RealWeatherWatch: Drew Lerner Says Ontario Winter Will Get Off To A Roaring Start

Farmers trying to get their fall tillage completed before winter sets in have had their efforts frustrated over the past few weeks. Cold, rainy conditions have been less than ideal when it comes to fieldwork. You can get sick of these unstable weather patterns pretty quick. It’s at this point that most people just want winter to make up its mind and settle in. Living on the edge between seasons can be difficult, especially when being barraged by a stream of unstable weather.  Will the lake effect bring mountains of snow?  Will this be the winter to remember?  Now that harvest is completed will winter bring significantly cold weather and will it last all season?

This week on the Real Weather Watch, talked to Drew Lerner of World Weather Inc. and asked him about what this winter will be like in Ontario.


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Shaun Haney

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