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Ontario receives Freezing Rain Warnings

By Bodhisattva Banerji     Jan 5, 2009 in Environment
Ontario receives fresh warnings that warned about a freezing rain in the city. The warning arrived just after an extreme cold weather alert in Toronto.
Soon after the city of Toronto got an extreme cold weather warning, Ontario, too, has received a freezing rain warning. As reported by various news agencies the Environment Canada is warning the city of Ontario of a freezing rain. Environment Canada has even warned that situation will prevent the citizens to drive and walk in some parts of the city.
Environment Canada has warned that some parts of Ontario will face severe problem as the freezing rain will hamper on even day-to-day activities. The warning are in place from Windsor to the southern tip of Georgian Bay, as the reports suggested. The warning has also been sounded in the area of Sault Ste. and Marie area.
According to further reports, the forecasters say that a prolonged period of four to six hours of continuous freezing rain could make numerous roads and walking surfaces more treacherous. The warning has been reportedly offered for the part of northwestern Ontario, as well. The area includes a long area of Thunder Bay, where at least 15 to 20 centimeters of snow is expected, as the experts suggested. The warning has also been given to that region that lies in the east of Lake Superior.
In the region, strong west winds are reportedly expected to gather in the evening.
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