Here Are All The Weather Statements – Rain And Snow On The Way

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Special weather statement continued for:
Midland – Coldwater – Orr Lake,
Barrie – Collingwood – Hillsdale,
Port Carling – Port Severn,
Bracebridge – Gravenhurst,
Orillia – Lagoon City – Washago,

First snowfall of the season expected overnight into Friday.

Periods of rain will continue today. Additional rainfall amounts of 15 to 30 mm are expected today for total amounts of 20 to 40 mm by this evening.

Rain may change over to snow overnight before tapering off Friday. Snowfall amounts of 2 to 4 cm are possible by later Friday morning, especially over higher ground inland from Georgian Bay.

There is uncertainty in the track of the low, which will affect how quickly the rain will change over to snow and subsequent snowfall amounts. This event will continue to be monitored.

Poor winter driving conditions are possible overnight and Friday morning.

Special weather statement continued for:
Haliburton,
Fenelon Falls – Balsam Lake Park – Northern Kawartha Lakes,
Lindsay – Southern Kawartha Lakes,

A wet Halloween with significant rain and gusty winds expected.

Rain, at times heavy, is expected this afternoon and into this evening. Rainfall amounts of 30 to 50 mm are possible, with the heaviest rain occurring late this afternoon and this evening. Rain will taper to scattered showers overnight.

In addition to the rainfall, strong westerly wind gusts of 70 km/h are possible Friday morning into Friday afternoon.

If visibility is reduced during driving, turn on headlights and maintain a safe following distance. Remember pedestrians are more difficult to see when it is dark and raining.

Special weather statement continued for:
Huntsville – Baysville,
Town of Parry Sound – Rosseau – Killbear Park,
Bruce Peninsula – Sauble Beach – Tobermory,
Owen Sound – Blue Mountains – Northern Grey County,

First significant snowfall of the season expected overnight into Friday.

Rain is expected today. Additional rainfall amounts of 15 to 25 mm are expected today for total amounts of 20 to 40 mm by this evening.

Rain is expected to change over to snow overnight and taper off Friday. Snowfall amounts of 5 to 10 cm are possible by later Friday morning, especially inland from the Great Lakes and over higher ground.

There is uncertainty in the track of the low, which will affect how quickly the rain will change over to snow and subsequent snowfall amounts. This event will continue to be monitored.

Consider postponing non-essential travel as poor winter driving conditions are expected.

Special weather statement continued for:
South River – Burk’s Falls,
Western Algonquin Park – Lake of Two Rivers,

First significant snowfall of the season tonight into Friday.

Rain or snow is expected today before changing to snow tonight. Snow will continue through the night before tapering off by Friday afternoon.

Snowfall amounts near 10 cm are possible.

Motorists should be prepared for poor winter driving conditions, and adjust travel plans accordingly.

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