Canada: Widespread warnings due to cold and stormy weather hitting these areas

Canada's weather agency has issued a warning to residents about extreme cold in parts of Alberta, where wind chills approached -40 on Monday morning before tapering off significantly on Tuesday.

The Meteorological Agency also announced snowfall in areas of northern Manitoba of up to 15 cm, where heavy snow accompanied by strong winds may reduce visibility at times.

The agency explained that this weather condition is also affecting many areas in northwestern British Columbia, in addition to Terrace and Kitimat, and these areas will be more vulnerable to strong winds and wind chill values approaching -20 as part of what is described as the “Arctic flow,” according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Environment Canada.

The Weather Agency of Canada issued a wind warning for Omeaux Jack, Que., where easterly winds reached about 90 km/h. Environment Canada warned that loose objects could be blown away by the wind and cause injury or damage.

For its part, Environment Canada confirmed that temperatures are scheduled to reach 13 degrees Celsius in Toronto on Monday afternoon.

CP24 meteorologist Bill Coulter also explained that after a very cold snap in the middle of the week, we are looking forward to brighter and warmer skies on Friday.

Many parts of northern Saskatchewan are also expected to experience snowfall, with less than 10 centimeters of snow expected during the evening.

It is noteworthy that Canada witnessed bad weather last Sunday, as the snow in Brandon reached 29 cm, according to Environment Canada, and other totals in southwestern Manitoba also ranged between 21 to 24 cm, and the Red River Valley and Winnipeg region witnessed a total of between 21 and 24 cm. Between five and ten centimetres.

Yesterday, snow removal teams in Winnipeg were already clearing snow plowing roads, and the order in which streets, sidewalks and active transit routes are dealt with depends on the city's street priority system.

Winnipeg also issued a winter road parking ban in effect as well, meaning there will be no parking between 2 a.m. and 7 a.m. on streets designated for winter roads, and anyone parked in violation is expected to be ticketed and towed.

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