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  1. 2025 Polaris Snowmobiles revealed at 7pm tonight EST.
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    February 15th Snowstorm Update ( The system will approach from the west during late Thursday morning, initially impacting areas around Lake Huron before spreading eastward through the afternoon. Deep Southwestern Ontario, including Windsor, Chatham, and the Lake Erie shoreline, might start the day with mixed precipitation, including freezing rain, before transitioning to rain as temperatures rise. By the afternoon, heavy snow will extend across Central Ontario and into the Golden Horseshoe. There remains some uncertainty regarding the extent of mixed precipitation to the north. Consequently, areas closer to the shoreline, such as Hamilton, Burlington, Brampton, and Toronto, may see some mixed precipitation which would reduce the snowfall totals here. Central and Eastern Ontario will continue to experience snowfall into Thursday evening. The most challenging conditions are expected during the late afternoon and early evening when both wind and snowfall rates will be at the strongest. The system is anticipated to gradually exit the province shortly after midnight. However, lake effect snow may develop off Lake Huron and Georgian Bay, with a particularly strong squall likely between Owen Sound and Kincardine overnight. Although expected to weaken by Friday morning, lake-effect snow may still linger throughout the day, especially in Huron, Wellington, Grey, and Bruce counties. This system will also impact southern parts of Northeastern Ontario, with Elliot Lake, Sudbury, and North Bay set to receive 15 to 25cm of snow. The rest of Northeastern Ontario, including Sault Ste. Marie, Chapleau, Timmins, and Cochrane, can anticipate 5 to 15cm. Northwestern Ontario, including Thunder Bay, is expected to see less than 5cm of snow. https://instantweatherinc.com/ontario/forecast/2024/2/14/snow?fbclid=IwAR0rfk9m-KadpH2BdmxOQP_qvMwodw1bYtw9MX5qjlLxY1Aym_HKLZLoaxQ
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    And Swifties on the forum?
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    There's two types of people in the world..... people who admit they like Nickelback, and people who are liars
  5. Unless you're being attacked by a moose or bear and your riding buddy has one in his bag
  6. And the 80s were even blurrier !!!! I miss those days..
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    I would agree with you but then we'd both be wrong
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    There might be some good news for the middle of February pattern change. How weather patterns are expected to change across the United States in February The Weather Will Be VERY Different In February... Max Velocity - Severe Weather Jan 27, 2024 In this weather forecast, we are breaking down a DIFFERENT weather pattern that will change the weather for February comparably to January. Arctic blasts, winter storms, and severe weather will all be possible throughout the month, but exactly when will these events ramp up? This weather pattern is a part of El Nino, which has led to more active weather in the Southern Tier of the USA, while the Northern Tier has been less active. This will lead to some snow events, showers and storms, and perhaps severe weather. Find the latest details of the weather across the United States in our latest weather forecast. .
  9. And I thought it was something I said lol. Welcome back!! Great to see you return!!!
  10. I've been looking for you...
  11. My guess is he was doing drug deals using his snowmobile and the trail system. The whole world's going crazy.. Crazy crazy ya ya..
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    OMG Ski used the P word on a Snowmobile Forum!!!!
  13. Thanks for the report and pics. Nice to see someone having fun!!!
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    Update ❄️ Relentless Snow Squalls to Bury Parts of Ontario’s Snowbelt in Up to a METRE (100cm) of Snow by Wednesday 📅 Monday, January 15 - Wednesday, January 17, 2024 ⤵️ FULL FORECAST AND REGIONAL MAPS (FREE) https://instantweatherinc.com/ontario/forecast/2024/1/16/squall ——— 🔒 AD-FREE FORECAST (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY): https://www.facebook.com/InstantWeatherON/posts/pfbid02RhaZ8pEVw8c5kqLajxycsGqHAr28Vo9GJ5A7PBboBexbhnQdWemWNNDUqKJD7mTKl If you would like to access our ad-free forecasts, you can do so by subscribing to our sister page, Instant Weather Ontario for $2.49/month: https://www.facebook.com/becomesupporter/InstantWeatherON/ - Brennen
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    Update: ❄️ Relentless Snow Squalls to Bury Parts of Ontario’s Snowbelt in Up to a METRE (100cm) of Snow by Wednesday 📅 Monday, January 15 - Wednesday, January 17, 2024 ⤵️ FULL FORECAST AND REGIONAL MAPS (FREE) https://instantweatherinc.com/ontario/forecast/2024/1/16/squall ——— 🔒 AD-FREE FORECAST (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY): https://www.facebook.com/InstantWeatherON/posts/pfbid02RhaZ8pEVw8c5kqLajxycsGqHAr28Vo9GJ5A7PBboBexbhnQdWemWNNDUqKJD7mTKl If you would like to access our ad-free forecasts, you can do so by subscribing to our sister page, Instant Weather Ontario for $2.49/month: https://www.facebook.com/becomesupporter/InstantWeatherON/ - Brennen
  16. You're off the hook
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    ❄️ Multi-Day Snow Squall Event Could Dump Up to 50cm of Snow on Parts of Ontario’s Snowbelt by Monday 📅 Saturday, January 13 - Monday, January 15, 2024 ⤵️ FULL FORECAST AND REGIONAL MAPS (FREE) https://instantweatherinc.com/ontario/forecast/2024/1/13/squall ——— 🔒 AD-FREE FORECAST (SUBSCRIBERS ONLY): https://www.facebook.com/InstantWeatherON/posts/pfbid02EwLGifFRrXaTyAVmrDoPVUTQvXXb2hhz9uvBXXxw3VJVz7vCwfFKX6Ed6HQoHz68l If you would like to access our ad-free forecasts, you can do so by subscribing to our sister page, Instant Weather Ontario for $2.49/month: https://www.facebook.com/becomesupporter/InstantWeatherON/ - Brennen
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    Update: Parts of Southern Ontario are in for a multi-day heavy snow squall event. Ares in red are under a snow squall warning from Environment Canada. The hardest hit areas will be the Bruce Peninsula, Pont Clark/Kincardine over to Shelburne, Meaford and Collingwood, and over to Gravenhurst, Bracebridge, Huntsville and Port Carling, where 25-50 cm can be expected through Tuesday. Heavy snow and strong winds will create blizzard conditions. Expect road closures. On Sunday areas along the Lakes Erie and Ontario are also under snow squall warnings for today, with 15-25 cm expected today. Visibility will be very poor in warned areas and non-essential travel should be postponed if possible. Go to https://weather.gc.ca/index_e.html?zoom=7&center=44.89095969%2C-83.85151192 for current weather warnings for your area. The second map is the snow radar as of 8:40 Am on Sunday.
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    Soon they will be hyping/forecasting 100cm plus storms (Kitchener). I hope some areas got good snow from this storm
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    BIG Flakes spotted coming down on my deck in Kitchener!!!! This is how I feel now
  21. Thanks.. Great update! I think this should be in the Main Clubhouse forum. Mind if I move it there?
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    ⚠️ BLIZZARD RISK TONIGHT 📅 Friday, January 12, 2024 FULL FORECAST: https://instantweatherinc.com/ontario/forecast/2024/1/11/snowstorm We've received many inquiries about the expected start times for the upcoming blizzard in different regions. Here's a region-based breakdown of the estimated timing. Please note that these are estimates, and actual start times may vary by a few hours. However, this should give you a general idea of when to expect the worst conditions. The blizzard is expected to begin in Deep Southwestern Ontario in the late afternoon or early evening. Areas like Windsor, Chatham, and Sarnia will likely see conditions worsen between 5-7 PM. Once the blizzard conditions arrive, they will last for one or two hours before gradually reducing in intensity with moderate snow continuing into Saturday. Although the wind will remain a concern throughout the night so expect some blowing snow. As the heavy snow band moves northeast, it will reach the London, Kitchener, and Goderich area shortly after dinner. The GTA, Hamilton, and Niagara regions should brace for the blizzard around 8-9 PM. Note that some of these areas might have mixed precipitation, which could reduce the severity of the blizzard. Later in the evening, Central Ontario, including Simcoe County, Kawartha, Peterborough, and Muskoka, will experience heavy snow and strong winds. This is expected to start between 9-10 PM in the south and around 11 PM in the northern areas. Eastern Ontario, including Kingston and the Ottawa Valley, will likely see the blizzard start around 10 PM and around midnight, respectively. Since it's not feasible to include every location in our graphic, we recommend using the closest listed location for guidance. Stay safe! We'll continue to provide updates throughout today and the night. - Brennen
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    Friday Night storm update. ❄️ SNOWSTORM PREVIEW: Widespread Significant Snowfall of Up to 30cm on the Way for Most of Southern & Northeastern Ontario 📅 Friday, January 12 - Saturday, January 13, 2024 —— After reviewing the latest model data from this evening, it appears increasingly likely that Southern Ontario will experience its first widespread significant snowstorm of the season starting Friday. We'll publish a detailed forecast article in the morning. For now, here's an early look at the forecast maps based on this evening's model runs. Remember, this forecast is preliminary, as the storm is still about 36 hours away. Although there's time for model adjustments, any changes should be minor given the high confidence in this event. Before Friday's main event, a weaker system will pass through Southern Ontario on Thursday morning and afternoon. While significant accumulation isn't expected, a few centimetres may cover Central and Southwestern Ontario, including the Greater Toronto Area. Lake enhancement east of Lake Huron could increase totals to 3-6cm in the Owen Sound to London corridor, tapering off by late afternoon. The main storm is expected to start between 2-5 PM on Friday, beginning in Extreme Southwestern Ontario. Initial bands could bring heavy snowfall, with rates of 5-10cm per hour, and the potential for thundersnow, a phenomenon we haven't seen since last winter's major blizzard. ⚡️ Strong wind gusts of 60-80km/h, locally reaching up to 90km/h, will likely create treacherous driving conditions. Areas might experience localized blizzard conditions, especially in Southwestern Ontario, the Golden Horseshoe, and parts of Central Ontario. These heavy snowfall rates will move through Southwestern Ontario, affecting London, Kitchener, and Hamilton by early evening. The Greater Toronto Area will experience this intense snow later in the evening, eventually spreading northeast to Central and Eastern Ontario, continuing overnight into early Saturday. While the heaviest snowfall will be brief, moderate snow will persist behind the initial band throughout the night into Saturday. Around the Lake Ontario and Erie shorelines, a brief surge of warmer air Friday night into Saturday morning could lead to a temporary changeover to rain, potentially reducing snowfall totals in the Niagara region and parts of the Greater Toronto Area near the lakeshore. A sharp cooldown early Saturday morning will bring temperatures back below freezing, switching precipitation back to snow and creating a risk of flash freezing. Icy road conditions are likely on Saturday morning. By Saturday's end, most of Southern Ontario, excluding Deep Southwestern Ontario and the Niagara region, can expect 15-30cm of snow. The Lake Erie shoreline and Niagara region are projected to receive 5-15cm, while the Greater Toronto Area could see 10-20cm, with higher amounts further from the lakes. This event will also affect Northeastern Ontario with over 20cm of snow on tap for Sudbury, North Bay and Temiskaming Shores starting late Friday evening and continuing through Saturday. As the system exits, lake effect snow will intensify late Saturday around Lake Huron and Georgian Bay, with snow squalls likely into next week. This could result in substantial snowfall over the week in areas like Goderich, Kincardine, Hanover, Owen Sound, Wiarton, Barrie, Orillia, Midland, Bracebridge, Huntsville, Parry Sound, Britt and Sundridge We'll provide more details in our full forecast article on Thursday morning and a final forecast with precise totals either Thursday evening or Friday morning. - Brennen
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