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2014-03-26 at 11:21

Environment Canada snowfall warning issued for city

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Expect snow.

That’s the gist of a special weather statement - upgraded recently to a snowfall warning - issued by Environment Canada for the Thunder Bay area Wednesday morning.

The government weather agencies says parts of Northwestern Ontario, between Atikokan to Marathon , could be hit by 10 to 15 centimetres of snowfall between Wednesday night and Thursday morning.

If the system develops, it could mean worse news for Northeastern Ontario, where snowfall is expected to exceed 15 centimetres.


You can monitor the latest forecasts and warnings from Environment Canada at www.weatheroffice.gc.ca.


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cm punk says:
With the snow removal budget already spent, the city will be deeper in the red.
Use money from the dwindling renewal fund
This council is pathetic and their agendas will make Thunder Bay the next Detroit very soon.
3/26/2014 12:05:22 PM
Shane Caker says:
Then I can only assume that you'll be selling your house and moving out of town soon? See ya...
3/26/2014 9:05:38 PM
aj147 says:
Look on the positive side. Less time spent mowing the lawn this year.
3/26/2014 12:28:59 PM
rootbear says:
NO-O-O-O-O-O!!!
3/26/2014 12:38:48 PM
Citizen Peace says:
A few more of these and the City's budget may be in deeper trouble than they have suggested.
3/26/2014 12:56:16 PM
Arch Stanton says:
Snow! GREAT!!!!!
3/26/2014 2:21:54 PM
lori says:
That's okay, as I posted on the other article, the plow was out on the sidewalks today making sure they are completely clear of snow before the fall, even though the sidewalks were completely clear already. LOL
3/26/2014 2:55:22 PM
ring of fire dude says:
Panic at the sewage treatment plant !!!
3/26/2014 3:17:01 PM
woofwoof says:
Lori, In my area all the sidewalks are ice.Maybe they were sanding them befor the snow comes. Once it snows you can't see the ice.
3/26/2014 4:02:41 PM
lappeboy says:
Anyone else remember last april 19? Welcome to the north! Braaap
3/26/2014 4:14:19 PM
progress now says:
I understand The City of Thunder Bay Corporate Communications department is contacting you for permission to use your photo for their next advertising blitz in Chicago.

Its tentatively being named: "With Enough Shovels".



3/26/2014 10:52:58 PM
pc says:
last April we got a video of the garbage truck being pulled out of a drift on the road back of our house by the front end loader.
Was thinking about starting seeds for my garden this week.
had another think and will wait a week or 2 more.
Just surprised nobody has blamed the gov. fed or provincial for the weather. You know it is all that global warming. :)
3/27/2014 7:51:36 AM
grs says:
I blame the event centre.
3/27/2014 8:54:11 AM
Tbaybmkr says:
Nice pic lappeboy!!
How soon we forget every year!
3/26/2014 6:25:52 PM
canada101 says:
This is the winter that keeps on giving. Sigh. Thanks a lot winter. No go away.
3/26/2014 8:41:32 PM
Watchful says:
Gee my sidewalk got pillowed this afternoon before the snow started. Nothing new, they have plowed in the spring when it is raining out..no surprise here
3/26/2014 9:49:40 PM
rootbear says:
WE DODGED THAT BULLET....but alas, they are calling for 20 cm this Monday....ENVIROMENT CANADA....WHY DO YOU KEEP TOYING WITH US!!!!!
3/28/2014 9:01:58 AM
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