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Old 10-26-2012, 04:21 PM
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Default Re: Tropical Cyclone Information Statement for Southern Ontario

There's also a special weather statement.

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WOCN11 CWTO 261719
Special weather statement issued by Environment Canada at 1:19 PM
EDT Friday 26 October 2012.
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Special weather statement for:
=new= City of Toronto
=new= Windsor - Essex - Chatham-Kent
=new= Sarnia - Lambton
=new= Elgin
=new= London - Middlesex
=new= Simcoe - Delhi - Norfolk
=new= Dunnville - Caledonia - Haldimand
=new= Oxford - Brant
=new= Niagara
=new= City of Hamilton
=new= Halton - Peel
=new= York - Durham
=new= Huron - Perth
=new= Waterloo - Wellington
=new= Dufferin - Innisfil
=new= Grey - Bruce
=new= Barrie - Orillia - Midland
=new= Belleville - Quinte - Northumberland
=new= Kingston - Prince Edward
=new= Peterborough - Kawartha Lakes
=new= Stirling - Tweed - South Frontenac
=new= Bancroft - Bon Echo Park
=new= Brockville - Leeds and Grenville
=new= City of Ottawa
=new= Gatineau
=new= Prescott and Russell
=new= Cornwall - Morrisburg
=new= Smiths Falls - Lanark - Sharbot Lake
=new= Parry Sound - Muskoka
=new= Haliburton
=new= Renfrew - Pembroke - Barry's Bay
=new= Algonquin
=new= Burk's Falls - Bayfield Inlet.

Wet, windy and wild weather possible beginning Monday night.

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==discussion==

The remnants of hurricane Sandy may arrive on Monday night as a large
and powerful post tropical fall storm over Southern Ontario.
Latest indications show a significant chance that the storm may
follow an unusual northwest track towards the Lower Great Lakes from
the mid Atlantic states.

There is the potential for a significant rainfall event for Southern
and Eastern Ontario beginning Monday night and continuing through
Tuesday and possibly into Halloween. Strong and gusty winds will
also accompany this storm if it takes this unusual track.

The remnants of hurricane Sandy may also draw in enough cold air for
some wet snow to fall especially over higher ground over southcentral
Ontario to areas northeast of Georgian Bay. There is some potential
for the first measurable snowfall of the season if temperatures near
the ground get close enough to the zero degree mark.

There is still uncertainty as to the track and intensity of this
storm.

More information can be found in the WOCN31 CWHX tropical cyclone
information statement updated by the Canadian Hurricane Centre of
Environment Canada.

The public is advised to monitor future forecasts and warnings as
warnings may be required or extended.

END/OSPC
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