Potential ice storm could hit London-Middlesex
- Author: Jill Young Apr 15, 2018,
Apr 15, 2018, 0:50
In fact, at 3:29 p.m., the weather agency said "a potentially historic and ice storm expected this weekend" (which is something everyone has likely noticed and signed repeatedly over).
Power outages and tree damage are likely, according to the National Weather Service, due to the wind and ice.
The precipitation was expected to shift to rain on Sunday as temperatures warmed.
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Wind gusts to 40 miles per hour today and tonight teamed up with freezing rain late today and tonight could cause power outages.
Utility outages, which have already taken place in Chatham-Kent Saturday as the weather system moves across, may occur.
The ice storm will contain huge gusts of wind up to 85 km/h, freezing rain, flooding, fallen debris and slippery roads. Travellers are being warned to check their flights online before heading out. "Closer to the shores of lake Ontario is expected only rain".
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It says the wintry weather is expected to continue into Sunday, and will likely lead to unsafe driving conditions.
"We've got cars in the ditches, we've got cars on the concrete wall, we've got cars facing the wrong way", he said. Freezing rain and sleet will gradually develop this afternoon into tonight.
Another round of appreciable rain and potential thunderstorms is likely again later on Sunday. By early Saturday afternoon, about 8,000 people were without power.
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The combination of heavy freezing rain and strong winds could bring down power lines and tree limbs around the area.