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KCCA warns warmer weather means thinner ice and faster flowing water

Kettle Creek Conservation Authority is issuing a watershed conditions statement—flood outlook for residents of the Kettle Creek Watershed, with specific concerns for the Port Stanley area. Warmer temperatures this week and forecasted rain this weekend may cause minor flooding in low lying areas and possible ice jams. Ice jams may …

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KCCA News: Watershed Conditions Statement—Flood Outlook

St. Thomas –The Environment Canada Weather Forecast has indicated that a low pressure system originating in the southern US that will bring with it approximately 15-35 mm of rainfall, beginning this afternoon and continuing into tomorrow. Combined with this rain, daytime highs of around 12 degrees Celsius are expected. Warm temperatures …

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Melting Ice Warning

St. Thomas –While spring brings with it longer days and warmer weather, it also brings melting ice and rains that can make rivers and lakes even more dangerous than normal. “March Break is approaching and KCCA is warning of the dangers of fast flowing water,” says Luiza Moczarski, public relations …

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Potential for High Water

St. Thomas – Kettle Creek Conservation Authority (KCCA) is warning residents of the potential for high water in the Kettle Creek watershed this evening. The Ministry of Natural Resources has issued a Provincial Flood Watch for Southern Ontario based on the following information: A surface low will travel into Southwestern …

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Kettle Creek Watershed Conditions

Watershed Conditions Current Coditions: High Water Bulletin  KCCA is responsible for issuing flood warnings to watershed residents when conditions suggest that a flood is imminent. The Authority utilizes state of the art technology to assist the KCCA staff in providing as much lead-time and accuracy as possible to affected municipalities to …

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