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Winter weather advisory in place for Timmins and the surrounding area
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Winter weather advisory in place for Timmins and the surrounding area

Heavy snowfall, up to 2-4 cm per an hour, possible tonight; freezing drizzle also possible

Weather advisory in force for:

  • Little Abitibi – Kesagami Lake
  • Timmins-Cochrane-Iroquois Falls

This winter weather travel advisory will be in effect tonight.

Snow that is heavy and sometimes heavy is expected to move in from west this evening, before reaching Quebec overnight. It is possible to get snowfall rates of between 2 and 4 cm per hour. Snowfall amounts of around 10 cm are possible. From west, snow will begin to recede around midnight.

Also, it is possible to experience freezing drizzle overnight until Christmas morning. A freezing drizzle advisory could be issued later.

Winter driving conditions can be dangerous and motorists should adjust their travel plans accordingly. The accumulation of snow can make it difficult for vehicles to navigate roads, sidewalks, parking lots, and highways. In heavy snow, visibility may be reduced abruptly.

Visit the Ministry of Transportation to find out more information about road conditions or other travel information., 5-1-1 or email

Keep checking Environment Canada’s alerts and forecasts. Send an email to [email protected] to report severe weather. You can also tweet your reports using #ONStorm


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