Saturday, December 20, 2008

Snowfall Warning!

the weatherman says!

"HEAVY SNOWFALL UP TO 30 CENTIMETRES (( more than 1 foot of snow ))
WITH STRONG WINDS AND AN EXTENDED PERIOD OF NEAR ZERO VISIBILITIES
IN BLOWING SNOW EXPECTED SUNDAY NIGHT. THIS IS A WARNING
THAT DANGEROUS WINTER WEATHER CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED IN THESE REGIONS.

MONITOR WEATHER CONDITIONS..LISTEN FOR UPDATED STATEMENTS.
AN INTENSIFYING WINTER STORM ORIGINATING IN THE SOUTHERN UNITED STATES WILL TRACK ACROSS SOUTHERN NEW BRUNSWICK OVERNIGHT SUNDAY.

SNOW AT TIMES HEAVY WILL BEGIN LATE IN THE DAY SUNDAY IN SOUTHERN
NEW BRUNSWICK AND SPREAD NORTHEASTWARD THROUGHOUT THE EVENING.
AMOUNTS OF 15 TO 30 CENTIMETRES ARE FORECAST ALTHOUGH
LOCALLY AMOUNTS OF UP TO 40 CENTIMETRES ARE POSSIBLE MAINLY IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN REGIONS.

ALONG WITH THE HEAVY SNOWFALL WILL BE HIGH WINDS REDUCING
VISIBILITIES IN BLOWING SNOW FOR AN EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME.
WINDS WILL BE ESPECIALLY STRONG ALONG BOTH THE FUNDY
AND GULF OF ST LAWRENCE COASTS WITH GUSTS POSSIBLY
EXCEEDING 90 KM/H (( 50mile/hour )) ALONG THE ACADIAN PENINSULA."

brrrr.....

1 comment:

  1. glad that waited until after we went through your area! We drove through on the 20th.

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