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Environment Canada has issued a winter travel advisory

Environment Canada has issued a winter travel advisory

Environment Canada reports that snowfall amounts of 10-20 cm are expected to rapidly accumulate by Wednesday night.

Weather advisory in force for:

  • Timmins – Cochrane Iroquois Falls
  • Chapleau – Missinaibi Lake
  • Gogama – Foleyet
  • Kirkland Lake – Englehart
  • Temiskaming Shores – Temagami

Winter weather travel advisory in place


Rapidly increasing snowfall. Snowfall amounts of 10-20 cm are expected by Wednesday night. At times, snowfall rates up to 3 cm per hour may be possible.


Through Wednesday evening


A developing low pressure system will bring large amounts snow to the area. Light snow is expected this afternoon and into the evening, before intensifying tonight. Wednesday night may see additional snowfall.


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If visibility is reduced while driving, slow down and look for tail lights ahead. The accumulation of snow can make it difficult to navigate surfaces such as roads, walkways, parking lots, and highways. In heavy snow, visibility may be affected suddenly. Road closures may be possible.

For road conditions and other traveller information from the Ministry of Transportation, visit,, or call 5-1-1.

Please continue to check Environment Canada’s alerts, forecasts, and other information. Send an email to to report severe weather. You can also tweet your reports using #ONStorm



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