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Alerts for: Mauricie

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3:47 PM EST Wednesday 07 November 2018
Special weather statement in effect for:

  • Lac-aux-Sables area
  • Louiseville area
  • Matawin - Mauricie National Park area
  • Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pérade area
  • Shawinigan area
  • Trois-Rivières area

Snow is knocking on the door!

A major low pressure system from the Southern United States will bring precipitation in the form of snow over several Quebec regions during the next few days. The snow is expected to begin Friday afternoon in Western Quebec and will gradually spread eastward on Friday night.

In addition, the development of a second low pressure system along the Eastern American seaboard, will allow snow to intensify mainly over Central and Eastern Quebec on Saturday. Given the uncertainty that reigns regarding the track of this second system, snowfall amounts could be quite varied from one region to another. For the moment, all areas north of St Lawrence River could get snowfall accumulations. Over higher grounds, amounts could easily exceed 15 centimetres and possibly reach 30 centimetres.

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4 hours ago, NHTOM said:

Alerts for: Mauricie

Statements

3:47 PM EST Wednesday 07 November 2018
Special weather statement in effect for:

  • Lac-aux-Sables area
  • Louiseville area
  • Matawin - Mauricie National Park area
  • Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pérade area
  • Shawinigan area
  • Trois-Rivières area

Snow is knocking on the door!

A major low pressure system from the Southern United States will bring precipitation in the form of snow over several Quebec regions during the next few days. The snow is expected to begin Friday afternoon in Western Quebec and will gradually spread eastward on Friday night.

In addition, the development of a second low pressure system along the Eastern American seaboard, will allow snow to intensify mainly over Central and Eastern Quebec on Saturday. Given the uncertainty that reigns regarding the track of this second system, snowfall amounts could be quite varied from one region to another. For the moment, all areas north of St Lawrence River could get snowfall accumulations. Over higher grounds, amounts could easily exceed 15 centimetres and possibly reach 30 centimetres.

I’ll believe it when I see it. 

 

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