Big snow dump continues in Quebec – Lesser amounts elsewhere

Snow amounts between 25 and 50 cm (9.8″ to 19.7″) expected from Thursday through Friday.

QUEBEC

Winter storm warning for many, many areas – see link:

Snow amounts between 25 and 50 centimetres (9.8″ to 19.7″) are expected from Thursday through Friday.

A low pressure system developing over the American Eastern Seaboard will begin to track northward this evening. This weather system will become a major storm over Central and Eastern Quebec following its extremely rapid development.

Gradual improvement is expected Friday night.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?qc3#2016045081278104937201612280504ww1070cwul (also qc2, qc31, qc42, qc40, qc44, qc27, qc49, qc26, qc43, qc38, qc34, qc28, qc51, qc39, qc22, qc32, qc24, qc48, qc25, qc36, qc47, qc35, qc30, qc52, qc33, qc23 and qc29 in the address link for the other affected areas)

Snowfall warning for several other areas – see link:

Snowfall, with total amounts of 15 to 25 cm (5.9″ to 9.8″) is expected.

 

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?qc45#1929357611278104937201612280504ww1070cwul (also qc46 in the address link for the Mauricie warning)

MANITOBA

Snowfall warning for many, many areas – see link:

Heavy snow beginning Friday morning over eastern Saskatchewan and southern Manitoba with snowfall accumulations of 10 to 15 centimetres (3.9″ to 5.9″) expected by Friday evening.

Visibilities at times less than one kilometre in blowing snow.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?mb7#214442299289323575201612290501ww1171cwwg (also mb4, mb17, mb3, mb8, mb2 and mb6 in the address link for the other affected areas)

NEW BRUNSWICK

Winter storm for Acadian Peninsula, Bathurst and Chaleur Region and Campbellton and eastern half of Restigouche County regions

Snow at times heavy will develop this evening. Strong winds will develop after midnight giving frequent reduced visibilities in blowing snow, resulting in difficult driving conditions. Snowfall amounts of near 25 cm (9.8″) are expected. Conditions should improve early on Friday as the snow temporarily changes to rain.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?nb4#813286381703402267201612290506ww1474cwhx (also nb3 and nb2 in the address link for the other affected areas)

Snowfall warning for many areas – see link:

Snowfall, with total amounts of 15 to 20 cm (5.9″ to 7.9″) is expected.

Snowfall amounts of 15 to 20 cm are expected, however up to 25 cm (9.8″) are possible in some areas.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?nb2#185528645913001770201612280506ww1474cwhx (also nb1, nb12, nb5, nb14, nb10, nb11, nb7, nb6, nb13, nb19, nb9 and nb8 in the address link for the other affected areas)

NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR

Winter storm warning for Churchill Falls and vicinity, Churchill Valley and Labrador City and Wabush regions

Hazardous winter conditions are expected.

Snow, heavy at times, is forecast to begin near noon on Friday, and will combine with strengthening easterly winds to give reduced visibilities in blowing snow.

Total accumulations are expected to reach about 15 cm (5.9″) before the snow tapers to flurries Friday evening.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?nl27#194721503442716998201612290507ww1777cwhx (also nl36 and nl26 in the address link for the other affected areas)

Winter storm warning for Red Bay to L’Anse-au-Clair region

Snow, heavy at times, is forecast to begin early Friday afternoon, and will combine with strengthening east to southeasterly winds gusting up to 100 km/h (62.1 mph) to give poor visibilities in blowing snow.

Total accumulations are expected to range from near 15 cm (5.9″) in coastal communities along the Strait to as much as 30 cm (11.8″) inland and over higher elevations. The snow will taper to flurries or showers Friday evening.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?nl31#34507100807248711201612290507ww1777cwhx

NORTHWEST TERRITORIES

Blizzard warning for Paulatuk and Ulukhaktok regions

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?nt10#957102291171654105201612290501ww1272cwnt (also nt12 in the address link for the Ulukhaktok warning)

NUNAVUT

Blizzard warning for Chesterfield Inlet region

Blizzard continuing near midnight.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?nu24#201815480198176369201612280501ww1373cwnt

Blizzard warning for Grise Fiord and Resolute regions

Blizzard conditions with gusty winds and visibility frequently near zero in snow and blowing snow are expected or occurring.

Blizzard conditions will persist through the night Friday and through the day Saturday before conditions finally begin to improve Saturday evening as winds begin to ease.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?nu12#2020352491788107684201612290501ww1575cwnt (also nu11 in the address link for the Resolute warning)

ONTARIO

Snow squall warning for many areas – see link:

Under the snow squall bands, visibilities will be significantly reduced due to the heavy snow combined with blowing snow, and snow will quickly accumulate.

Snowfall accumulations of 10 to 15 cm (3.9″ to 5.9″) are possible under the heaviest snow squalls today.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?on18#2231359741631331940201612290503ww1171cwto (also on9, on20, on40 and on38 in the address link for the other affected areas)

 

SASKATCHEWAN

Snowfall warning for many, many areas – see link:

Heavy snow beginning Friday morning over eastern Saskatchewan and southern Manitoba with snowfall accumulations of 10 to 15 centimetres (3.9″ to 5.9″) expected by Friday evening.

Visibilities at times less than one kilometre in blowing snow. Regions surrounding the warned areas can expect 5 to 10 centimetres (2.0″ to 3.9″) of snow during this period with blowing snow in open areas.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?sk10#214442299289323575201612290501ww1373cwwg (also sk11 in the address link for the Yorkton – Melville – Esterhazy warning)

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/index_e.html

Thanks to Terry Homeniuk for this link


3 thoughts on “Big snow dump continues in Quebec – Lesser amounts elsewhere”

  1. Greece, December 30, 2016 with video: People are living closed in their homes people in Vilia, Attica, as the snow has reached 50 centimeters. Information indicates that older people can not get to the pharmacy on duty in order to procure their drugs.
    Dense snow continues to fall until this hour, and most of the roads have not been cleared.
    http://www.enikos.gr/society/427563,Sta-leyka-ta-Bilia-Attikhs-Stoys-50-pontoys-to-xioni-BINTEO.html
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSHlAV-xO6s

    Bad weather: Snow in Athens – NOW Heavy snowfall in the northern suburbs. Dense snow falls on Friday morning (30/12) in the northern suburbs of Athens which has already paved for good. Specifically snowing in Melissia, Vrilissia and the surrounding areas, such as features shown in the photos sent by reader Newsbomb.gr.
    http://www.newsbomb.gr/ellada/news/story/758484/ektakto-xionia-stin-athina-pykni-xionoptosi-tora-sta-voreia-proastia#ixzz4ULr9ΑΠγΠ

  2. Snowfall amounts reported for Quebec.

    QUEBEC
    AWCN10 CWUL
    Weather summary for Quebec issued by Environment Canada
    at 11:54 a.m. AST Friday 30 December 2016.

    Discussion.

    An intense low pressure system generated significant snowfall
    amounts over Southern and Central Quebec on Thursday.

    Over Eastern Quebec, snow will continue to accumulate today as the system moves towards the North Shore.

    The following is a summary of weather event information received by Environment Canada.

    1. Summary of snowfall amounts in centimetres

    Metro Montreal 15 to 20 (5.9″ to 7.9″)
    Richelieu Valley and Saint-Hyacinthe 10 to 15 (3.9″ to 5.9″)
    Lanaudière 10 to 15 (3.9″ to 5.9″)
    Lachute Saint-Jérôme 10 to 20 (3.9″ to .9″)
    Mont-Tremblant 10 (3.9″)
    Laurentians 10 to 20 (3.9″ to 7.9″)
    Upper Gatineau 10 (3.9″)

    Eastern Townships 10 to 25 (3.9″ to 9.8″)
    Drummondville 15 (5.9″)
    Québec 20 to 25 (7.9″ to 9.8″)
    Laurentians Park 20 (7.9″)
    Charlevoix 30 to 35 (11.8″ to 13.8″)
    Saguenay 10 to 20 and ongoing (3.9″ to 7.9″)

    Saint-Eusèbe 30 to 35 (11.8″ to 13.8″)
    Rimouski 25 and ongoing (9.8″)
    Gaspé Peninsula National Park 10 and ongoing (3.9″)
    Gaspé 35-40 (13.8″ to 15.7″)
    Sept-Îles 25 and ongoing (9.8″)

    2. Summary of wind speeds in kilometres per hour

    Gaspé 83 (51.6 mph)
    Sainte-Madeleine 104 (64.6 mph)
    Pointe-des-Monts 92 (57.2 mph)
    Port Menier 87 (54.1 mph)
    Sept-Îles 93 (57.7 mph)
    Havre-Saint-Pierre 93 (57.7 mph)
    Natashquan 96 (59.7 mph)

    Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

    End/QSPC

    http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/weathersummaries_e.html

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    I believe it is necessary to unmask the money power behind the environmentalists. At the lower levels of their organizations they are sincerely convinced by the propaganda. Those at the head of these organizations know of its falsity because they receive huge money and oversight from the same large banks and foundations who control oil and the media.

    This has been demonstrated by a Senate report which names the foundations involved and the recipient environmental organizations. The Report is called The Chain of Environmental Command http://leftexposed.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/2014-Senate-Billionaire-Club-Report.pdf

    The billionaires who have caused so many wars to try to control the global supply of energy have found this method to be easier. Many Americans understand that the big Banks and the billionaires are destroying our way of life. We need only connect the whole “human-caused global warming” to the billionaires.

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