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Environment Canada Forecast

FPCN13 CWTO 200219 AAE
UPDATED FORECASTS FOR FAR NORTHERN ONTARIO ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT
CANADA AT 10.19 PM EDT SATURDAY 19 APRIL 2014 FOR TONIGHT SUNDAY AND
SUNDAY NIGHT.
THE NEXT SCHEDULED FORECAST WILL BE ISSUED AT 5.30 AM SUNDAY.

WEBEQUIE.
TONIGHT..SNOW MIXED WITH RAIN. RISK OF FREEZING RAIN LATE THIS
 EVENING. SNOWFALL AMOUNT 2 TO 4 CM. LOCAL BLOWING SNOW. WIND
 SOUTHEAST 40 KM/H GUSTING TO 60. LOW MINUS 1.
SUNDAY..SNOW AT TIMES MIXED WITH RAIN CHANGING TO RAIN IN THE
 MORNING. LOCAL BLOWING SNOW EARLY IN THE MORNING. WIND SOUTH 30 KM/H
 GUSTING TO 50 BECOMING WEST 30 IN THE AFTERNOON. HIGH PLUS 5.
SUNDAY NIGHT..CLOUDY WITH 40 PERCENT CHANCE OF RAIN EARLY IN THE
 EVENING THEN 40 PERCENT CHANCE OF SNOW LATE IN THE EVENING AND AFTER
 MIDNIGHT THEN PARTLY CLOUDY. WIND WEST 30 KM/H BECOMING LIGHT AFTER
 MIDNIGHT. LOW MINUS 5.

MOOSONEE - FORT ALBANY.
TONIGHT..MAINLY CLOUDY. PERIODS OF SNOW BEGINNING AFTER MIDNIGHT.
 AMOUNT 2 CM. WIND BECOMING SOUTHEAST 20 KM/H AFTER MIDNIGHT. LOW
 MINUS 6 WITH TEMPERATURE RISING TO PLUS 1 BY MORNING.
SUNDAY..PERIODS OF SNOW CHANGING TO PERIODS OF RAIN IN THE MORNING.
 WIND SOUTH 20 KM/H BECOMING WEST 30 LATE IN THE AFTERNOON. HIGH 9.
SUNDAY NIGHT..PERIODS OF RAIN ENDING IN THE EVENING THEN PARTLY
 CLOUDY. WIND WEST 30 KM/H. LOW MINUS 2.

ATTAWAPISKAT.
TONIGHT..MAINLY CLOUDY. SNOW BEGINNING AFTER MIDNIGHT. AMOUNT 2 CM.
 WIND SOUTHEAST 30 KM/H GUSTING TO 50. LOW MINUS 8 WITH TEMPERATURE
 RISING TO ZERO BY MORNING.
SUNDAY..SNOW CHANGING TO RAIN LATE IN THE MORNING. SNOWFALL AMOUNT
 2 CM. WIND SOUTH 20 KM/H BECOMING WEST 20 IN THE AFTERNOON. HIGH 8.
SUNDAY NIGHT..RAIN ENDING IN THE EVENING THEN MAINLY CLOUDY WITH
 40 PERCENT CHANCE OF SNOW OR RAIN. WIND WEST 20 KM/H. LOW MINUS 3.

FORT SEVERN.
TONIGHT..CLOUDY. SNOW BEGINNING LATE THIS EVENING. AMOUNT 2 TO 4 CM.
 WIND SOUTHEAST 20 KM/H GUSTING TO 40. LOW MINUS 4.
SUNDAY..SNOW. AMOUNT 2 TO 4 CM. WIND EAST 20 KM/H BECOMING NORTH 20
 LATE IN THE AFTERNOON. HIGH MINUS 2.
SUNDAY NIGHT..MAINLY CLOUDY WITH 40 PERCENT CHANCE OF SNOW. WIND
 NORTH 20 KM/H BECOMING LIGHT NEAR MIDNIGHT. LOW MINUS 7.

PEAWANUCK.
TONIGHT..CLOUDY. SNOW BEGINNING AFTER MIDNIGHT. AMOUNT 2 CM. WIND
 SOUTHEAST 20 KM/H GUSTING TO 40. LOW MINUS 7 WITH TEMPERATURE RISING
 TO MINUS 2 BY MORNING.
SUNDAY..SNOW CHANGING TO RAIN IN THE AFTERNOON. SNOWFALL AMOUNT 2 TO
 4 CM. WIND SOUTHEAST 20 KM/H GUSTING TO 40 BECOMING LIGHT LATE IN
 THE MORNING. WIND BECOMING WEST 20 IN THE AFTERNOON. HIGH PLUS 5.
SUNDAY NIGHT..RAIN CHANGING TO PERIODS OF SNOW IN THE EVENING. WIND
 NORTHWEST 20 KM/H. LOW MINUS 5.

REMAINDER UNCHANGED.

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