Early Spring Storm Brings Rain, Strong Winds, and Snow: Special Weather Statement

Early Spring Storm Brings Rain, Strong Winds, and Snow: Special Weather Statement

A special weather statement is currently in effect, heralding a mix of weather conditions for the upcoming early spring storm.

Environment Canada’s Forecast

According to Environment Canada, the region may experience between 15 to 25 mm of rainfall from Tuesday into Wednesday. Additionally, strong winds are anticipated to develop by Tuesday night, with gusts potentially exceeding 80 km/h.

Impact and Precautions

While the winds are expected to ease by Wednesday night, there is a possibility of isolated power outages during this period. Residents are advised to take necessary precautions.

Transition to Snow and Accumulation

As the storm progresses, the rain is forecasted to transition into snow late on Wednesday. This transition may lead to several centimetres of snow accumulation by Thursday morning.

River Conditions

The Grand River Conservation Authority has noted that while significant flooding is not expected, water flows throughout the watershed will remain elevated.

Stay informed and prepared for varying weather conditions as this early spring storm approaches.

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