The photo in the tweet is reminder of last week’s storm with a record 51.2 centimetre snowfall and it looks like Mother Nature is not done yet. We shouldn’t be surprised. It is February. Environment Canada has issued a Special Weather Statement for Ottawa-Gatineau, Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec as another storm will dump snow on the region on Wednesday and Thursday.
The Environment Canada statement reads…
‘A major storm system is expected to affect Ontario Wednesday and Thursday.
A low pressure system developing over the Southern States will track northeast to reach the regions Wednesday morning. This storm is expected to bring significant rain and snow, along with the possibility of freezing rain and ice pellets.
The location of the heaviest rain and snow and areas at risk of receiving freezing rain will depend on the track of the low, which is still uncertain at this time. Please refer to weather statements and local forecasts which will be updated with more details as the storm system evolves.
Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet reports to #ONStorm.’
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