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Okanagan forecast

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Okanagan forecast

Monday, April 24, 2017  – Weather forecast update at 4:30pm:Typical spring unsettled weather is ahead over the next few days.Tuesday will be drier to start with sunny breaks, however when the next system advances into BC by Tuesday evening, we will see an increasing risk of showers.Showers will linger Wednesday and Thursday, but signs point…

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April in Metro Vancouver is on track to be one of the wettest in the record books

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April in Metro Vancouver is on track to be one of the wettest in the record books

It appears Metro Vancouver is on track to be one of the wettest Aprils in the record books.Global BC meteorologist Mark Madryga says rainfall totals for the month include 173 millimetres in West Vancouver, 150 millimetres in Stanley Park and 121 millimetres in White Rock.At the Vancouver Airport, 125 millimetres of rain has already fallen so…

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Saskatoon weather outlook: winter wonderland of snow blankets Saskatchewan

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Saskatoon weather outlook: winter wonderland of snow blankets Saskatchewan

Story highlights Snowy start to the week Cool weather lingers Tuesday Cloud cover sticks around Warm up into the weekend Winter wonderland returns to Saskatchewan, but how long will it last?Winter WonderlandA winter wonderland returned to Saskatoon, central and southern Saskatchewan this morning with up to 14 centimetres of snow falling in parts of the…

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Snow storm rolls across Manitoba, leaving behind up to 25 cm of snow

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Snow storm rolls across Manitoba, leaving behind up to 25 cm of snow

Up to 25 centimetres of snow could be seen hitting parts of southeastern Manitoba as a spring storm rolls through the province Monday.Environment Canada issued a snowfall warning for the southeastern corner of Manitoba as a low pressure system from the Dakotas brings heavy snow to the area. Snowfall accumulation for the affected areas will likely…

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Winnipeg expected to get hit with 5-10 cm of snow this week

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Winnipeg expected to get hit with 5-10 cm of snow this week

WINNIPEG — Old Man Winter isn’t giving up yet; more snow is on the way for southern Manitoba.The snow is expected to start falling Monday morning and will continue throughout the evening.Around 5-10 cm of snow is expected to hit Winnipeg. Monday will see a high of 0°C.There is also a chance of flurries on Tuesday,…

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Winnipeg covered with a blanket of snow Saturday morning

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Winnipeg covered with a blanket of snow Saturday morning

WINNIPEG — Winnipeggers hoping for another taste of summer, will have to put their dreams on hold.The city was covered with a blanket of thick snow Saturday morning. The thick snow flakes are causing some hazardous driving conditions on the roads, so drivers be careful.The snow is expected to fall until this afternoon. The city…

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Rain, snow, cool weekend ahead in southern Manitoba

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Rain, snow, cool weekend ahead in southern Manitoba

WINNIPEG– Southern Manitoba is in for a cool weekend and a mix of rain and snow Friday night and Saturday.A cold front moving in from the north will cool things down starting Friday night. Day time temperatures will stay just above the freezing mark throughout Saturday as a mix of rain and snow falls across the…

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Fog advisory in effect for London and surrounding area

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Fog advisory in effect for London and surrounding area

A fog advisory has been issued for London, St. Thomas, Parkhill, Strathroy and Komoka Friday morning.Environment Canada says near-zero visibility is expected or occurring throughout the region.READ MORE: London traffic mapTravel is expected to be hazardous in areas where visibility is limited. Drivers are being cautioned to make sure their lights are on and to…

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Snowfall warning issued for parts of west-central Alberta with up to 15 cm expected to fall

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Snowfall warning issued for parts of west-central Alberta with up to 15 cm expected to fall

Environment Canada issued a snowfall warning for parts of west-central Alberta on Thursday afternoon and warned some areas could see snowfall totals reach up to 15 centimetres overnight.“Precipitation will begin as rain this evening before changing over to snow,” the weather agency said on its website. “Snow is expected to accumulate quickly after midnight when…

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Hamilton area dealing with flash flooding after heavy rainfall

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Hamilton area dealing with flash flooding after heavy rainfall

Several streets in Hamilton’s west end have been flooded after intense rainfall hit the area Thursday.The flooding comes after parts of Hamilton received around 75 millimetres of rain throughout the day, meteorologists said.A City of Hamilton spokesperson told Global News Thursday evening that city staff were responding to reports of flooding in the community of…

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