Early Snow Comes To Parts Of Algoma


Check the calendar, it says September 17, but if you’re in the northern area of the district it just may look and feel like December.

Residents of Hornepayne Ontario woke up to a new blanket of snow Wednesday.  The cold air that helped produce the freak snow is slowly moving south that could leave the Sault with frost by Thursday morning. White River and Marathon also saw snow this morning.

Environment Canada is warning for frost for the area as temperatures tonight drop to the freezing mark or slightly beyond.

Temperatures are expected to be rebound to normal by the weekend. Expect the next three days to be on the chilly side before showers move in for the weekend bumping up temps slightly.

See more snowy pics at Wawa-News.com


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