Tag Archives: ENVIRONMENT CANADA

Snow Squall Warning for: St. Thomas – Aylmer – Eastern Elgin County

Issued By Environment Canada At 12:32 Pm Est Saturday 2 February 2013 Snow squalls with near zero visibility today. Snow squalls have developed in the strong and gusty west to southwest flow off the Great Lakes. Radar indicates intense snow squall bands across the regions. Snowfall amounts will be highly …

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Heat Alert Issued for Elgin County

Date: August 3, 2012 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Elgin County – Acting Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Franklin Warsh, has issued a seventh HEAT ALERT in 2012 for Elgin County. Based on the Environment Canada forecast, the combination of increased humidity and higher temperatures will push the humidex levels into the low 40’s …

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Severe Thunderstorm Watch

Severe Thunderstorm Watch for: St. Thomas – Aylmer – Eastern Elgin County Issued By Environment Canada At 1:59 Pm Edt Friday 27 July 2012 Summary Conditions are favourable for heavy thunderstorms to develop this afternoon and linger into early this evening. Some of these storms could reach severe limits. The …

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Heat Alert Issued For Elgin County

Date: July 23, 2012 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Elgin County – the Acting Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Franklin Warsh, has issued the sixth HEAT ALERT in 2012 for Elgin County, based on the Environment Canada forecast of humidex levels reaching 40 degrees Celcius today. The Alert will be in effect …

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HEAT ALERT ISSUED FOR ELGIN COUNTY

Date: May 28, 2012 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Elgin County – the Acting Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Franklin Warsh, has issued a HEAT ALERT for Elgin County. Based on the joint smog advisory issued by both Environment Canada and the Ministry Of the Environment, the alert is in effect for …

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Humidex Advisory Predicted

The St. Thomas Blog - Follow The ElephantPlease note that Environment Canada is predicting a hot and humid air mass to settle over Southwestern Ontario beginning Sunday. Temperatures are forecast to reach the low thirties, and associated humidex values...

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Humidex Advisory Predicted

Please note Environment Canada is predicting a hot and humid air mass to settle over Southwestern Ontario beginning Sunday.  Temperatures are forecast to reach the low thirties and with high dew points, associated humidex values are likely to be in the range 38 to 40 in many locales.  The exception …

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