First Major Winter Storm of Season

By: Winterstormsblog , 2:01 PM GMT on February 08, 2010

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MAJOR WINTER STORM TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY


I made this Map yesterday....i might have to bump up snow totals a bit...




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4. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
8:18 PM GMT on February 21, 2010
WOCN11 CWTO 212010
Special weather statement
Issued by Environment Canada Ontario region. 3:10 PM EST Sunday
21 February 2010.

Special weather statement issued for..
City of Toronto
Windsor - Essex - Chatham-Kent
Sarnia - Lambton
Elgin
London - Middlesex
Simcoe - Delhi - Norfolk
Dunnville - Caledonia - Haldimand
Oxford - Brant
Niagara
City of Hamilton
Halton - Peel
York - Durham
Huron - Perth
Waterloo - Wellington
Dufferin - Innisfil
Grey - Bruce
Barrie - Orillia - Midland.

A developing low pressure system over Oklahoma will track slowly
northeastward toward the lower Great Lakes tonight and tomorrow.

Snow in advance of this system is forecast to reach the Windsor area
after midnight, spread through the rest of Southwestern Ontario on
Monday morning, then reach the Toronto to Barrie area by early
afternoon.

The snow is expected continue into the evening hours on Monday, then
taper off from west to east overnight and Tuesday morning.
For regions in Southwestern Ontario, especially near the Lake Erie
shoreline, the precipitation will likely change to wet snow or rain
before ending. Some freezing rain is also probable in this area.

Total snowfall amounts for most regions are expected to be in the 10
to 15 cm range.

At this time, snowfall or freezing rain warning criteria are not
expected to be reached. However, some uncertainty still exists and
Environment Canada continues to closely monitor this developing
situation.

Listen for further statements. Additional information may also be
found by consulting the latest public forecast. The next public
forecast will be issued by 3.30 PM.

END/OSPC


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3. cerqs
10:42 PM GMT on February 08, 2010
Hey finally something huh?

Looks like DTX back it with there old tricks. I think 4-7 inches for Oakland County is totally incorrect and extremely conservative. Im going with a widespread 7-11 inch amounts for the Detroit area.
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2. Winterstormsblog
6:45 PM GMT on February 08, 2010
Hey!

Yes I am pumped...NAM bulkfit gives me 12 inches, south - central Lower michigan 12+, and Detroit area 10 inches, with 7 towards the ohio border.
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1. Zeusflier
5:39 PM GMT on February 08, 2010
so sweet :) finally something to track!! and a big one to make up for the long lasting drought :) i am soooo snow dancing...
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