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8 Feb 2011
This is my first thread started so if there is anything I need to change let me know.

I thought I would start this as it seems some areas in the snowbelts could be in for a good round of Lake effect/snowsqualls coming up starting tonight and intensifying tomorrow afternoon.

The winds here have already picked up and a section of Highway 21 is already closed between Kincardine and Amberly due to blowing snow and nil visibility.

There are snow squall watches out for Bruce/Grey counties and areas to the east of Georgian bay as well.

EC is currently calling for the potential for 15cm of snow every 12 hours starting tomorrow.

Saugeen Shores - Kincardine - Southern Bruce County
3:23 PM EST Tuesday 08 February 2011
Snow squall watch for
Saugeen Shores - Kincardine - Southern Bruce County issued

..Snow squalls with blowing snow and local heavy snow possible beginning Wednesday afternoon..

Lake effect flurries will affect the regions tonight with a few cm of snow expected in many areas as the flurries will be locally heavy at times.

However conditions will become more favourable for the lake effect snow machine to crank up into a higher gear beginning Wednesday afternoon. Snow squalls may develop giving local snowfall amounts of 15 cm per 12 hours along with local near zero visibility in whiteout conditions from blowing snow and bursts of heavy snow.

Driving conditions will deteriorate by Wednesday afternoon. Local nil visibility and accumulating snow may cause hazardous winter travelling conditions as a result.

Environment Canada is closely monitoring the situation and may issue snow squall warnings as the event draws closer.
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