"Residents should expect moderate to heavy snowfall this weekend. Muskoka, Minesing and parts of Midland and Massey will be hit the hardest. The storm will arrive on Friday night to Saturday morning as flurries. By the time it moves out of our region on Monday night we will receive accumulations up to thirty centimetres, that's a foot for our American folks.
Monday, Halloween night, will be cold around minus two Celsius, twenty-eight Fahrenheit, and flurries" reported Stormy Waters of the Lloydminster Abbey Weather Service. "That's Halloween Night in Canada, cold, flurries, and winter is knocking on your door with a trick for everyone" Stormy said. The flurries are expected to begin late Friday night to Saturday morning. It's coming folks, bundle up!
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