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Ontario’s March 2018 Outlook – The Deep Freeze if Over (for most)

We are halfway through February and the colder than normal conditions forecasted here at ShieldsWeather (see here) most of the province have played out as expected. It’s now time to look forward to next month to see if the cold will last or we make our way towards a warmer start to spring. There is Read more about Ontario’s March 2018 Outlook – The Deep Freeze if Over (for most)[…]

Cold Air Brings Continued Opportunities for Lake Effect Snow in the Great Lakes Region

The return of a cold air mass to Ontario is bringing the occurrence of lake effect snow. This phenomenon that is very common across the Great Lakes is responsible for extremely vast variabilities in snowfall over short distances, and often ‘busts’ the forecasts from apps on your smartphone. The development of lake effect snow usually Read more about Cold Air Brings Continued Opportunities for Lake Effect Snow in the Great Lakes Region[…]

Alberta Clipper Brings Snow to Northern Ontario to End January

A fast moving Alberta Clipper will move out of Manitoba Tuesday morning and into the Kenora region before noon.  The leading edge of snow then moves into the Thunder Bay region by nightfall and into the Sault Ste. Marie to Sudbury corridor on Wednesday morning.   Manitoba already has snowfall warnings in place for 10-20cm Read more about Alberta Clipper Brings Snow to Northern Ontario to End January[…]