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8 Feb 2017
This is looking better every day on the GFS. They have been rock solid with this, as were they with yesterdays storm, so feel this one may well lift our spirits:

Friday evening:

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Total snowfall...looks like a solid 5-10 cms for many in southern and central Ontario.

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5 Feb 2017
Will be a very nice squall tonight that crosses areas South East of GB- north of Orillia through Angus where most will see 1-3 hours of heavy snow between the hours of 4pm and 2am roughly, with accumulations of 5-15 cms as winds go from WNW through NNW, with a long period of NW.

Similar squall coming off Huron north of Goderich.

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Then after Tuesdays storm is a longer event of 24-36 hours affecting similar areas, but also those affected by the squalls from last with a westerly flow at times. Still uncertainty about the target zones:

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1 Feb 2017
Will it be like the 00Z GFS, or the 06Z. CMC a bit of a mix of the two. Definitely one to follow, and I think for many of us, how this storm pans out may determine how we feel about this winter.

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19 Jan 2017
After a pretty rough ride for much of January, it looks like the forecasted change in pattern is pretty much baked in now, and after an interesting looking storm mid-week next week, it looks as though there will be a sustained period of a maybe about a week with a NW flow of air bringing multiple rounds of LES and the odd clipper. The change will be most welcome, and since the lakes will be open for a considerable while longer, and the winds will be very cold, we could see some great falls of snow. Next Thursday and Friday look very promising round these parts, but of course, very early doors, so much could change in terms of areas that will be hit:

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1 Jan 2017
Thought I would kick this one off. This looks like a prolonged event with the potential for some very large accumulations (70cms+). Not nailed down yet as each run sees the winds align differently. Initially looked to just be confined to cottage country, but latest GFS shows more NW flow to start with. Could be the biggest event of the season for some parts of the snow belt.

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