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> Florence's track through the Great Lakes
kush61
post Sep 13 2018, 01:18 AM
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Anyone reading this have any input towards Monday's Noon arrival of Florence into SW Ontario?
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post Sep 13 2018, 04:18 AM
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Anyone reading this have any input towards Monday's Noon arrival of Florence into SW Ontario?

With the impending closure of the Accuweather forums later this year, most people here have migrated to https://wxdisco.com

The Canadian forum is at https://wxdisco.com/forums/forum/18-canada/ and there's a Florence thread in the Canadian Great Lakes sub-forum https://wxdisco.com/forums/forum/20-great-l...rence-lowlands/

Parts of southern Ontario could get an inch or two. There was supposed to be a totally separate front passing through on the 18th/19th giving us a bit of rain. If Florence's remnants get entrained in it, we'll get a "two-for-one" rainfall event. Check the new forum for more details.
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