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LONDON & SARNIA, in ONTARIO, CANADA.

Discussion in 'Storm Pictures' started by pmorrissette, Dec 14, 2010.

  1. pmorrissette

    pmorrissette Senior Member
    Messages: 175

    London got wallopped by over 5' of snow in one storm late last week, and Sarnia got hammered yesterday & today.

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  2. tailboardtech

    tailboardtech Senior Member
    Messages: 140

    that stuff is insane, i was watching it on the weather channel this afternoon. i wouldn't wish it on anyone
     
  3. pmorrissette

    pmorrissette Senior Member
    Messages: 175

  4. maverjohn

    maverjohn Senior Member
    Messages: 902

    That will take weeks to clean up, I like the one with the trunk lid open
     
  5. S-205

    S-205 Senior Member
    from Ontario
    Messages: 357

    Yea I was in London a couple days ago, they are running out of places to put the snow.
     
  6. STIHL GUY

    STIHL GUY Senior Member
    from CT
    Messages: 663

    thats gonna take some time to clear out
     
  7. dellwas

    dellwas Senior Member
    Messages: 369

    Last I heard was that the Military at CFB Trenton were going to send in heavy vehicles to aid in clearing the highways. Anyone confirm?

    We don't have snow in the Maritimes but we got nailed by wind and rain. The big "winner" was St. Stephen, NB. 174mm in less than 24 hours. River at one point rose 5 ft. in 30 minutes. Cape Breton was hit really bad last nite, particularly Dingwall. Over 600 are stranded because the bridge and road are gone. The Annapolis Valley got hit the day before. Wouldn't be surprised if the Premier declares a state of emergency to get Federal Aid.
     
  8. toby4492

    toby4492 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,513

    All I can say is WOW. Thanks for posting the pix
     
  9. Shoreline

    Shoreline Member
    Messages: 59

    Military did come, but not to clear highways. Payloaders were used for that. Military was here for search and rescue operations. 237 vehicles stranded/abandoned on a 40 mile stretch of highway. Not to mention all the vehicles stuck on all the arterial roads. It was quite the storm.