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Family Day Snow Coverage

By Joey Coleman
Published February 20, 2011

Hamilton is expecting snow tonight and into Family Day.

The snow is expected to bring up to 15 centimetres of snow. While the total accumulation is not as significant as past storms, the brisk east-to-northeast winds will create brief localized whiteout conditions.

As the storm is occurring during a long weekend, the impact of cancellations should be minimal.

Our #HamOntSnow coverage on Groundhog Day was very popular and we're facilitating crowd-sourcing of this event.

On Twitter, use the hashtag #HamOntSnow to share your experiences, add your photos or video, and help us inform each other of what's happening in our neighbourhoods. Your contribution will be cultivated in the box below.

At the bottom of the page, we've listed important links that you can follow for more storm information.

Links

Weather conditions

Hamilton cancellation listings and updates:

Power Utilities

City of Hamilton "Snow Advisory" and "Snow Emergency" information

Road conditions

Other news sources

Joey Coleman covers Hamilton Civic Affairs.

Read more of his work at The Public Record, or follow him on Twitter @JoeyColeman.

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By Twit (anonymous) | Posted February 20, 2011 at 20:01:43

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By Hatshag (anonymous) | Posted February 21, 2011 at 07:45:08 in reply to Comment 60076

You split your infinitive. #badgrammar

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By jason (registered) | Posted February 20, 2011 at 22:29:51 in reply to Comment 60076

by all means, go buy a newspaper tomorrow and enjoy 'real' journalism as you read articles from 4 days ago.

Thx for the snow links RTH. Bring on the snow!

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