le Jeudi 19 mai 2022
le Mercredi 19 janvier 2022 13:41 | mis à jour le 8 avril 2022 19:21 Tribune-Express (Hawkesbury)

Surprise Snow Day

Eastern Ontario was buried under a thick covering of snow as a winter storm swept through the region. Environment Canada warned of the storm a few days in advance, including the expected 40 to 60 centimetres of snow, but the warning was insufficient notice for some people. Schools across the region closed for the day, delaying the return to in-person classes, and several car accidents were reported throughout the day. — Photo Gregg Chamberlain
Eastern Ontario was buried under a thick covering of snow as a winter storm swept through the region. Environment Canada warned of the storm a few days in advance, including the expected 40 to 60 centimetres of snow, but the warning was insufficient notice for some people. Schools across the region closed for the day, delaying the return to in-person classes, and several car accidents were reported throughout the day.
Photo Gregg Chamberlain
Eastern Ontario was buried under a thick covering of snow as a winter storm swept through the region. Environment Canada warned of the storm a few days in advance, including the expected 40 to 60 centimetres of snow, but the warning was insufficient notice for some people. Schools across the region closed for the day, delaying the return to in-person classes, and several car accidents were reported throughout the day.