ALMAGUIN – (12:00 pm, Sunday, November 25): A special weather statement issued by Environment Canada for the Burk area of Falls, South River, Powassan, North Bay and East Parry Sound shows that there is significant snowfall estimated for the beginning of the work week.
According to the statement, it was issued at 5:18 am on Sunday, November 25, a low-pressure system from Oklahoma tracking northeast towards the Great Lakes and is expected to bring snowfall which accumulates to the Northeast and Central Ontario parts of Monday.
The latest indications show that near five centimeters of snow will fall in most areas Monday with additional snow Monday night bringing the total amount of snow to a range of 10 to 15 centimeters Tuesday morning.
There is uncertainty with forecast lines and low strength, which will affect the total amount of snow in the entire region.
For updates and information about road conditions and traffic delays, including tweets directly from OPP and MTO, visit our LIVE: North Bay, Almaguin traffic and road conditions. For the latest short and short term weather forecasts, visit our weather page. To let us know how you drive, tweet with #MyAlmaguinDrive or #MyNorthBayDrive.
People in and around the area above are advised to double-check for updates and continue to monitor alerts and estimates issued by Environment Canada. To report bad weather, send an email to [email protected] or tweet the report using #ONStorm.