Sudbury and Ottawa Under Winter Storm Warnings
THUNDER BAY – WEATHER – For the City of Thunder Bay this is day five without weather alerts or warnings, which also extends to all of Northwestern Ontario. The forecast is calling for clearing skies early this morning. There will be however increasing cloudiness late this afternoon, which will bring snow in the amounts of 2-4 cm. Winds of up to 15 km/h. Wednesday’s high is forecast for minus 5. The wind chill will be minus 24 in the morning and minus 11 in the afternoon.
There are still some weather warnings out in Ontario however. Ottawa remains under a snowfall warning. There are also warnings out in Northeastern Ontario.
No surprise this morning! Many flights are delayed/cancelled due to #ONstorm. Check the status of your flight with the airline, at https://t.co/g9XJULlkCf or on our mobile app before coming to the airport. Give yourself extra time to get here. #OttCity #YOW #Snowmageddon
— Ottawa Airport (@FlyYOW) February 13, 2019
Sudbury is under a Winter Storm Warning.
Winter storm warning in effect for:
- Greater Sudbury and vicinity
Hazardous winter conditions are expected.
Snow will continue today with an additional amount near 5 cm expected, bringing total accumulations to the 20 to 30 cm range from this winter storm.
Gusty northerly winds will result in reduced visibility in blowing snow in exposed areas today.