Sudbury Daystarter: Snow changing to rain today
TODAY: Most of the region can expect a mix of light snow and showers. Wawa could get up to 2 cm of snow. Daytime highs will range from 2 C to 7 C. Sunshine is expected for the James Bay coast with highs near zero.
TONIGHT: A few more showers or flurries. Lows from 1 C to -3 C. Along James Bay lows from -6 C to -8 C.
TOMORROW: Mainly cloudy with the chance of showers or flurries. Some afternoon clearing for Sault Ste Marie and Manitoulin Island. Highs from 3 C to 9 C. Attawapiskat can expect a mix of sun and cloud with a high of zero.
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FLOODING: Some areas in the region, including Sudbury, have been dealing with heavy rain this week resulting in flooding. Homes and businesses in the large marshland section between Lasalle Boulevard and Notre Dame were hit exceptionally hard. Paul Sajatovic with the conservation authority says there are no imminent plans to change water flows in that area.
NICKEL PRICE: A new commodity report projects nickel prices to increase over the next three years and that will impact mining companies in Sudbury. The price hike is connected to what’s happening overseas in Indonesia.
SEGUIN FAMILY: Three children who were struck by a vehicle in North Bay in February are all home from hospital. The Seguin children — Francis, Alexina and Calyx — were all injured in the incident. The family says it hopes all three will be back in school after Easter.
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Highways in the Sault Ste Marie area, on St. Joseph Island, and in the Chapleau disctrict are snow covered. Other highways will be wet today, with light snow and showers in the forecast. Highway 546 is closed 54 km north of Ironbridge from Junction 17/546 due to flooding. Highway 537 remains closed at Jumbo Creek due to flooding.
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See problems on the roads at highways? Send a note to @Sudburytraffic on Twitter, or phone the CBC Sudbury traffic line 705-670-3191.
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