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Tuesday, 25 March 2014

Kawartha Lakes Weather Advisory 6:20pm Tuesday March 25,2014 - Drive Safely!

Kawartha Lakes Mums -  March Lion Roars - Blowing Snow!

Updated: 6:20pm  March 25, 2014  Weather update: Snow squall warning ended for Kawartha Lakes. Gusts up to 50km/h are still expected. Drive carefully.
4:55 March 25, 2014 Kawartha Lakes - Peterborough areas just received a snow squall weather advisory posting at Environment Canada. http://adf.ly/4009826/weather-canada There are sudden whiteouts occurring.
Though today was warmer than yesterday with south-westerly winds, we are receiving a wintry blast of snow from north-west winds now. This snow was not expected until 7pm, but started early.
Here is a screen shot of the radar map showing more snow headed our way.
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Kawartha Lakes Weather Radar Map
4:55 PM EDT Tuesday 25 March 2014
Special weather statement in effect for:
  • Apsley - Woodview - Northern Peterborough County
  • Fenelon Falls - Balsam Lake Park - Northern Kawartha Lakes
  • Lindsay - Southern Kawartha Lakes
  • Peterborough City - Lakefield - Southern Peterborough County
Brief bursts of heavy snow likely into early this evening.
Yet another Arctic cold front is moving in from the northwest and is generating flurries and a few embedded narrow and heavier bands of snow across Southern Ontario. A few web cams are showing brief very low visibility as the heavier snow bands move through. One report from the OPP indicated very low visibility in a burst of heavy snow on highway 11 south of Powassan late this afternoon.
Snowfall amounts of 2 to 5 cm are quite possible in the heaviest flurries, along with visibilities less than 250 metres.
Motorists should be prepared for sudden very low visibility in bursts of heavy snow, as well as accumulating snow on untreated roads. Hazardous winter driving conditions are quite possible.
Snow squall watches have been issued for most of the regions where a fairly solid band of brief heavy snow along with potential for near zero visibility will blast through late this afternoon or early this evening.
The cold front will move to the southeast of the regions by early this evening.
Check for weather updates at Environment Canada http://adf.ly/4009826/weather-canada

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