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The Weather Network – Healthy Strip of Snow Threatens Difficult Travel in Parts of Ontario and Quebec

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The Weather Network - Healthy Strip of Snow Threatens Difficult Travel in Parts of Ontario and Quebec

Thursday, November 25, 2021, 10:12 AM – Don’t get too comfortable with the milder temperatures and rain on Thursday, as more wintery weather is coming soon, with widespread snow making for tricky travel on Friday.

A widespread blast of Arctic air pouring into the Great Lakes region will end the aforementioned seasonal temperatures and bring a healthy dose of snow to parts of northeastern Ontario and southern Quebec through Saturday. For some, this will be the first measurable snowfall of the season, so drivers are urged to brace themselves for deteriorating and rapidly changing conditions. While precipitation will remain as rain for much of Southern Ontario through Thursday, a drop in temperature by Thursday evening could cause rain to turn into sleet Friday morning. A shot of lake-effect snow is also forecast for the region, with cooler temperatures coming and Friday’s gusty northwest wind. More on the timing and impact below, plus a look at some more scattered snow on Sunday below.

THURSDAY TO SATURDAY: SYSTEM THREATS 20+CM OF SNOW ABOVE PART OF ONTARIO AND QUEBEC

Milder and higher seasonal temperatures will continue for another day in southern Ontario on Thursday, meaning precipitation will continue as rain for most of the day. A widespread 5-15mm is expected for most areas.

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However, for areas further north, the system will manifest as sometimes heavy snowfall, especially in northeastern Ontario and northwestern Quebec, thanks to colder temperatures with the arrival of Arctic air.

A winter weather travel advisory is in effect for parts of Northern Ontario, warning of icy road conditions as temperatures begin to drop.

“Prepare for rapidly changing and deteriorating travel conditions,” Environment and Climate Change Canada warns in the statement. “Be extra careful when walking or driving in affected areas. Drive slower if it’s slippery.”

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Late Thursday night in southern Ontario and Quebec, rain from earlier in the day will turn into mixed or sleet, along with gusty winds. Eastern Ontario and southern Quebec will see a transition from cold rain to mixing and snow Friday morning.

The combination of cooler temperatures and Friday’s northwesterly winds will also cause snow tires to form in the regions southeast of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay. The heaviest snowfall is expected in southern Ontario, and driving conditions could be difficult due to snow blows and reduced visibility.

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“Systemic snow will continue Friday in Eastern Ontario and Southern Quebec, with higher snowfall rates expected in the Eastern Townships and Gaspe,” said Kelly Sonnenburg, a meteorologist with The Weather Network. “Tempers will drop through Friday night with the arrival of much colder air for Saturday morning.”

In total, between 10-20+ inches of snow is expected through Saturday for the hardest hit areas, with areas like Ottawa and Montreal seeing their first measurable snowfall of the season, with about 5-10 inches expected.

Wet roads and sidewalks will be extra slippery early on Saturday and while conditions will improve during the day, much colder air will have settled.

SUNDAY: A WEAK CLIPPER IN THE EYE AND FIRST WIDE SNOW

A relatively weak clipper will move across the Great Lakes and southern Ontario on Sunday, with forecasters eyeing the chance of widespread light snow, which could bring in 2-5 inches. Currently, higher totals are predicted southwest of the GTA, with 5-8cm possible for places like London and Chatham. However, the exact storm path is still uncertain and that will have a major impact on who sees the heaviest snow.

Temperatures around or slightly below seasonal temperatures will continue into early and mid next week, with a few clippers still likely in the region. It is still too early to have confidence in the track and the effects of those systems.

Be sure to check back for the latest Ontario and Quebec weather updates.

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Deteriorating weather could freeze fans ahead of West Final, Environment Canada warns

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Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for Winnipeg, which could affect fans attending Sunday’s CFL West Final between the Blue Bombers and the Saskatchewan Roughriders, with rapidly deteriorating conditions expected from Sunday afternoon to Sunday evening.

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A low pressure area currently developing in Montana is expected to move southeast through the Dakotas and Minnesota Saturday night and Sunday night, Environment Canada said Saturday.

In southern Manitoba, snow is expected to fall 2-4 inches Sunday and Sunday night, with total snowfall along the US border reaching 4-8 inches, triggering a blizzard warning for much of the Pembina Valley. An Arctic cold front will move south through the southern half of the province on Sunday afternoon. With this front, winds will shift from east to north around noon and increase to 40 gusts to 60 gusts at 3 p.m. and to 50 gusts to 70 gusts at 6 p.m.

Combined with the recent and falling snow, visibility is expected to decrease briefly in the late afternoon and throughout Sunday night in drifting snow to less than 800m. Afternoon temperatures are expected to drop by about 10 degrees from near -5 Celsius to nearly -15 Celsius in the late afternoon to early evening.

Collisions will make travel more difficult as blowing snow reduces visibility. Drivers are advised to be prepared to adapt their driving style to changing road conditions.

Please refer to public forecasts and warnings on the WeatherCAN app or www.weather.gc.ca for updates. For highway and travel conditions, see www.manitoba511.ca.

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A man accidentally bought 2 identical tickets – and won 2 jackpots

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If you ever win the lottery, you need to quickly put together a plan to stay healthy and have rich money conversations. News recommends that you start by staying as anonymous as possible to avoid people, not to mention scammers coming out of the woodwork. To try and get a cut. Find a lawyer and advisor, preferably a certified financial planner who specializes in and works with people who suddenly find themselves in need of money. Consult your advisors before drawing the winning ticket. Hire a certified public accountant who can help you handle the taxes on your profits. Again, consult someone who handles large numbers. The lump sum or annual payments side is right for you, advises Forbes. You don’t make any major lifestyle changes during the 46 months after winning. Finally, get used to saying no, even to yourself.

A man from North Carolina accidentally bought 2 identical tickets – and won 2 jackpots

A man from North Carolina wasn’t sure if he had bought a ticket to the Lucky for Life lottery, so he filled out the online form. whether I filled it in or not,” said Scotty Thomas, 49, of Fayetteville, according to the North Carolina Education Lottery. Related video above: What to do after winning the lottery “I went ahead and filled it in again and the the next morning my son asked why there were two different amounts listed. I realized, ‘I think I filled it in twice.’ “It turned out that he had won $25,000 for life every year with every ticket in the November 27 drawing. That prize is the second largest prize in the Lucky for Life drawing, according to the lottery, after a payout of $1,000 for life.” Tomas said. “It’s just a blessing.” Thomas, a dump truck driver, chose a $780,000 lump sum for both tickets, according to the lottery, rather than annual payments, saying he wanted to invest in his company, wanted to pay bills, help his family and maybe buy a house.After taxes, he made $551,851, the lottery said.

A North Carolina man wasn’t sure if he’d bought a ticket to the state’s Lucky for Life lottery draw, so he filled out the online form.

“I was just in bed watching a basketball game on TV and I couldn’t remember if I had filled it in or not,” said Scotty Thomas, 49, of Fayetteville, according to the North Carolina Education Lottery.

Related video above: What to do after winning the lottery

“I went ahead and re-entered it and the next morning my son asked why there were two different amounts listed. I realized, ‘I think I entered it twice.’”

As it turned out, he had won $25,000 for life every year with every ticket in the November 27 drawing. That prize is the second largest prize of the Lucky for Life drawing, according to the lottery, after a payout of $1,000 for life.

“When I realized I had won, I had to lie down on the floor because I really couldn’t believe it,” said Thomas. “It’s just a blessing.”

Thomas, a dump truck driver, opted for a lump sum of $780,000 for both tickets instead of annual payments, according to the lottery, saying he wanted to invest in his business, pay bills, help his family and maybe buy a house.

After taxes, he made $551,851, according to the lottery.

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Agent investigating marijuana stock via Amazon had to sit in a sedan chair

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BHOPAL (Madhya Pradesh): Bhind Superintendent of Police Manoj Singh, who was recently transferred to Bhopal Police Headquarters, was given a warm farewell on Saturday night. He was asked to take a seat in a sedan chair, which the police officers carried on their shoulders. His video went viral on social media. Manoj Singh, a 2009 IPS officer, has been transferred to PHQ in Bhopal as an Assistant Inspector General of Police.

Police officials in Bhind district are reported to have organized a farewell party for Singh at a restaurant on the outskirts of Bhind late Saturday night. In addition to police officers, local residents, including journalists, were also invited.

When Singh reached the location, police officers had him sit in a sedan chair. They carried the palanquin on their shoulders to the slides. Newly appointed SP Bhind Shailendra Singh attended the farewell ceremony.

Although the state government said in its order it was an administrative transfer, the Confederation of All India Traders raised questions about Singh’s transfer, claiming that online shopping giant Amazon was behind the sudden transfer as Singh was about to take strict action against the transfer of Singh. Company.

Singh was investigating the marijuana smuggling case involving the online shopping website Amazon.

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Published on: Sunday 05 December 2021, 23:15 IST

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