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Weather in Metro Vancouver: Heavy snow prompts travel advisory

Environment Canada is urging British Columbians to avoid non-essential travel with another snowstorm forecast for the Lower Mainland this week. Most of the province is under winter storm warning, and the already icy road conditions left by previous storms could become even more dangerous. Heavy snowfall and freezing rain are …

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Over 14 million people are on watch and warnings as winter storm crosses eastern US – Boston News, Weather, Sports

(CNN) – More than 14 million people are on winter storm watches and warnings Monday, as a powerful storm system sweeps through the eastern United States. The federal government in Washington, DC is closed Monday and weather-related disruptions are being felt across the country. Several schools have canceled classes and …

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The snow takes over, the trips will get more difficult

Update at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday January 1 Travel has become very easy in Walworth, Racine and Kenosha counties. A regular band of snow reinforced by the lake remained stable over the areas causing snow. This band has now moved to southern Milwaukee County. There is a hole where much …

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Delhi Weather, Cold Snap Today, Delhi-NCR Omicron Covid-19 Case Latest Live Update, Delhi Airport Travel Rules, Air Quality, New Year Celebration Updates An in Delhi, Delhi Night Curfew Rules, NEET PG Council Protest News

Delhi: upset by seats, commuters damage DTC buses; 6 orders A group of commuters who were unable to board DTC buses due to the 50% seat cap reportedly vandalized 4 to 5 buses and blocked MB Road around 8 a.m. on Thursday. Police said they arrested four men, two women …

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Aruba tightens entry requirements for US and Canada due to Omicron issues

Share the article Last update 16 minutes ago Starting Monday, December 27, 2021, residents of the United States, Canada and other high-risk countries traveling to Aruba will be required to take a COVID-19 molecular test two days (48 hours) before departure and no longer have the possibility to test on …

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After the storm: Delays, closures and a lot of shoveling and snow removal

Heavy snowfall and wind gusts on Sunday delayed the normal start of the work week today. As residents of the area shovel their sidewalks and driveways as the city and contract snow plows open up streets and parking lots, many businesses, churches and services have either canceled operations for today …

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This is what it is at Toronto Pearson right now

Traveling to Toronto Pearson Airport can be stressful even at the best of times, but long lines and increasing COVID-19 cases are making things even more difficult right now. Many people planned their trip for Christmas long before the rapid spread of the Omicron variant and the reinstatement of travel …

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Canadians frustrated with long wait times and cancellation policies as COVID-19 travel restrictions remain unclear

An Air Canada plane heads for a runway at Vancouver International Airport as a WestJet flight takes off on March 20, 2020.DARRYL DYCK / The Canadian Press Canadians scrambling to change their air travel plans in response to the latest wave of the pandemic face clogged call center phone lines …

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MassDOT issues vacation travel advisory

December 21, 2021 7:10 P.M. BOSTON, Mass. (WLNE) – MassDOT advises those traveling this holiday season to plan ahead for the next few weeks. The highways division is trying to help with the heavy travel expected. There will be no construction on main roads from 5 a.m. on December 24 …

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Travel advisory on the winter weather in effect north of the Sault

Motorists should expect dangerous winter driving conditions and adjust their travel plans accordingly. Up to 14 cm of snow accumulation is possible, according to Environment Canada WEATHER ALERTENVIRONMENT CANADA*************************Weather warning in effect for: Agawa – Lake Superior Park Searchmont – Montreal River Port – Batchawana Bay Wawa – Pukaskwa Park …

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