Saturday, October 31, 2009

Windy & Spooky

A windy, very spooky and mild Halloween is in store across Ontario, Quebec and New England. Very strong low pressure is moving north across central Ontario and into Quebec. It will draw a potent cold front across the region today. Along the front heavy rain is falling, but the big story is the wind. Wind Advisories are in effect for the Richelieu Valley and south shore in Quebec as well as Prince Edward County in Ontario and northern New York and Vermont. South winds are gusting to 60km/h and will increase to gusts to 90km/h as the front approaches. It will be mild with temperatures in the upper teens (60' F). Once the front passes temperatures will drop down to more seasonable values with clearing skies and diminishing winds. The shower activity will become more spotty for the trick or treaters in Montreal and Kemptville tonight. Please drive safely.

Remember to put your clocks back one hour tonight to standard time.

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