Monday, November 21, 2016
Major Winter Storm to Hit Ottawa Ontario on Sunday November 20, 2016
Major Winter Storm is on its way for Ottawa Ontario on Sunday November 20, 2016 and it will bring 20 to 30+ cm of Snow and the Winds will be Very Strong Coming from the North that will Cause Blowing and Drifting Snow Including Cornwall Ontario, Brockville Ontario, Kingston and Belleville Ontario and it will be Stormy Conditions and It will Bring Whiteout Conditions and Reduced Visibility and Driving will be Treacherous and Dangerous Driving Conditions and Roads will be Very Slippery and The Low Pressure System will be Intense and The Major Winter Storm will also be Hitting Hawkesbury Ontario and 1st Half of Sunday November 20, 2016 will Start off as Rain and 2nd Half of Sunday the Rain will Change over to Snow in Ottawa and Cornwall Ontario. People in Ottawa Ontario and The Surrounding Areas Be Prepared Have your Winter Boots, Winter Jackets, Hats, Gloves, Scarfs and Ski Pants Ready. Order your Pizzas and Chinese Food and Buy Cases of Pepsi and Coke. Do your Grocery Shopping Don’t Wait until the Last Minute Do it Right Now. Buy your Hefts at Home Hardware Stores. Have your iPads, iPods, Cell Phones, Laptops and Tablets Charged and Have your 3G and 4G Internet Ready. When you are Driving your Car Take your Time Driving your Car and Slow Down so you Don’t Get in the Car Accident. When you are Walking Be Very Careful while you are Walking so you Don’t Slip and Fall. Make Sure to Have your Furnaces Ready and Turn on the Furnaces to Keep the House Warm. Drink Lots of Green Tea, White Tea, Red Tea and Drink Lots of Green Tea to Keep you Warm. Have your Extra Blankets Ready to Keep you Warm. When you are Walking Don’t Walk too Far. Make Sure to Have your Shovels, Hefts, Snow Scoops, Snow Blowers, Snow Plows and Salt Trucks Ready. If you Have anybody Living in Ottawa Ontario and The Surrounding Areas. Be Prepared for the Major Winter Storm on Sunday November 20, 2016. Take Care and Stay Safe and Don’t Get Caught in the Major Winter Storm Stay Warm and Be safe.