Historic winter storm in Churchill, Manitoba

Blizzard conditions to continue into Thursday morning, warns Environment Canada. “With Churchill at the epi-center, this will be a long-lived and historic event.”

Forecasts call for snow totals up to 50 cm and possible wind gusts of 120 km/h.

Early indications for this storm called for a possible 40-60 cm of snow but Churchill will be dealing with the worst of the winds. Recent forecasts are calling for another 25 cm snow by Wednesday night and winds gusting up to 110 km/h Tuesday evening or even into Wednesday morning.

March winter storm a ‘historic’ weather event for Churchill, Manitoba

Thanks to Glenn Cuthbert for this link

3 thoughts on “Historic winter storm in Churchill, Manitoba”

  1. Do residents of Churchill evacuate some how prior to a storm such as the current one? I log on twice a day to see what’s going on. I can’t believe the wind. I can’t imagine how serious the conditions. I’m somewhat spoiled…… I live in Sarasota. Florida however I grew up in Montreal so I do remember the winter, nothing like this….. I’ll pray for everyone’s safety.

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