Winter Won’t Let Go – Up to 20cm of Snow for Kenora Dryden

Regional Weather - Winter Storm Expected


DRYDEN – WEATHER – It might be March, and spring is in sight. However “Old Man Winter” seems to have a determined grip on the region.

Environment Canada says a Colorado Low is tracking toward Northwestern Ontario and that up to twenty centimetres of snow is possible between Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning.

The weather service is tracking this storm system.

NetNewsLedger will keep you up-to-date. This is update one.

2:43 PM EST Friday 08 March 2019
Special weather statement in effect for:

Dryden – Vermilion Bay
Ignace – English River

Significant snowfall possible late Saturday and Saturday night.

Snow associated with a Colorado Low is expected to move into portions of Northwestern Ontario Saturday afternoon and taper off by Sunday morning.

At this point, it appears that some areas will receive 10 to 20 cm of snowfall. However, the locations that may receive the higher end of this range are still somewhat uncertain. The area is being monitored for potential snowfall warnings.

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