Published: Wed, February 06, 2019
Worldwide | By Lisa Hogan

Environment Canada issues freezing drizzle and freezing rain warnings for Sudbury

Environment Canada issues freezing drizzle and freezing rain warnings for Sudbury

The temperature had reached 63 degrees by 2 p.m.in Boston.

While the Upper Thames River, Lower Thames River, Ausable Bayfield, and St. Clair conservation authorities have issued water safety bulletins, both the Kettle Creek and Catfish Creek conservation authorities issued flood warnings Tuesday afternoon.

Freezing rain is expected to turn to plain rain as temperatures climb above freezing Wednesday night. Heavy freezing rain starts the week, followed by a quick blast of snow midweek, and then blowing snow and cold brings it to an end.

By the weekend, strong Canadian high pressure is anticipated to move over the region.

If you're looking for a warmup next week, keep looking.

The Poconos even has a chance to see some light icing, says meteorologist Ed Vallee of Empire Weather. Again it's going to be spotty so confidence is low on where impacts will be however confidence is somewhat high it'll be greatest in those under the winter weather advisory. Temperatures will drop across the region from the 30s into the 20s by late in the day.

Environment Canada said Wednesday morning commuters will likely be affected by icy, slippery surfaces. As the week proceeds, the chance of snow returns to the forecast, highest on Wednesday evening with a 70 per cent chance of snow.

TODAY: Mostly Cloudy High: 27 Wind: NE 10 miles per hour TONIGHT: Icy Mix.

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