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Winter returns to Kincardine area with a blast
By Liz Dadson

Weather

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High wind causes waves to crash against the sculptured snowbanks on the shoreline of Lake Huron along Goderich Street in Kincardine, Thursday morning



Winter returned with a vengeance Thursday, bringing high wind and blowing snow as seen along the Lake Huron shoreline at Goderich Street



Waves crash into the banks of snow along the Lake Huron shoreline

Winter came back with a blast Thursday morning, bringing high wind and blowing snow which caused bus cancellations and road closures in the Kincardine area.

Elementary and secondary schools were open but there were no in-town or rural buses running.

A section of Highway 21, between Port Elgin and Southampton, was closed for most of the day. And Bruce County Road 86 from Amberley to Listowel was closed for part of the afternoon.

The wind gusted up to 60 km/h, sending the waves crashing against the Lake Huron shoreline all along Kincardine and Huron-Kinloss.

This is the fourth snow day in two weeks for local schools. Last year, there were no snow days at all.

 

Snow blows in from the shores of Lake Huron toward Goderich Street, Kincardine



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