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Glorious snowy weather
for spring

By Liz Dadson

www.kincardinetimes.com

Out 'n' About/Weather

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Residents of Kincardine were clearing a hefty amount of snow off their vehicles Saturday morning after four inches of snow fell overnight



Clearing the sidewalk beside Forbes Lambton Court, Kincardine, Saturday morning



A huge mountain of snow remains in the parking lot at Forbes Lambton Court, Kincardine



Blowing and drifting snow along Highway 21, north of Tiverton, Thursday morning
photo by Geoffrey Dadson

The warm, sunny, spring-like weather seems to be a bit spotty this year.

Thursday, the actual first day of spring, brought blowing and drifting snow and cold temperatures.

Friday was mild with some sunshine, but Saturday morning saw residents of the Kincardine area digging out from under about four inches of snow.

The cold weather is set to continue through to Monday, with some sunshine.

 

Driveways and vehicles coated in snow Saturday morning, along Olde Victoria Street, Kincardine

White-out conditions on Highway 21, north of Tiverton, Thursday morning
photo by Geoffrey Dadson



Snowblowers were back in use Saturday morning after the Kincardine area was blanketed with about four inches of snow


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