Bus cancellations in Muskoka, Wellington, and Grey-Bruce


There are several bus cancellations this morning across portions of southern Ontario.


Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

  • School buses in the NORTH zone have been cancelled. Schools remain open for student learning.


Wellington Catholic District School Board

  • Zone 3 Buses Cancelled. Schools Remain Open

  • School Buses Cancelled for November 22. St. Mary, Mount Forest and St. John, Arthur Remain Open.


In Grey-Bruce the following busses are cancelled:

  • 097 Kunkel Bus Lines Mary Immaculate

  • 208 First Student - Kincardine Northport Elementary,Port Elgin-Saugeen Central,Saugeen District Elementary,Saugeen District Secondary

  • 236 First Student - Owen Sound Amabel-Sauble Community School

  • 257 First Student - Owen Sound Peninsula Shores District,Peninsula Shores Secondary

  • 259 First Student - Owen Sound Peninsula Shores District,Peninsula Shores Secondary

  • 264 First Student - Owen Sound Bruce Peninsula District School - Elementary,Bruce Peninsula District School - Secondary

  • 537 First Student - Owen Sound Hepworth Central School

  • 833 First Student - Owen Sound East Ridge Community School

 

There are also several weather alerts in effect:


Snow squall warning for

  • Barrie - Orillia - Midland

  • Grey - Bruce


Snow squalls expected beginning early this morning.


Strong northwesterly wind gusts up to 70 km/h will also aid in reducing visibilities due to localized blowing snow.


Local snowfall accumulations of 15 to 25 cm are expected by Tuesday morning with areas experiencing persistent snow squalls possibly reaching 30 cm.


Snow squall watch for

  • Dufferin - Innisfil

  • Grey - Bruce

  • Huron - Perth

  • Waterloo - Wellington


Snow squalls expected today through Tuesday morning.


Snow squalls will develop off Lake Huron early this morning continuing through Tuesday morning. These snow squalls will bring rapidly accumulating snowfall resulting in near zero visibilities at times. Strong northwesterly winds will also aid in reduced visibilities due to localized blowing snow.


The strongest snow squalls are expected through the day and will gradually push south across the region through the evening.


Local snowfall accumulations of 15 to 25 cm are expected by Tuesday morning with areas experiencing persistent snow squalls possibly reaching 30 cm.


Weather advisory for

  • Barrie - Orillia - Midland

  • Haliburton

  • Parry Sound - Muskoka

  • Peterborough - Kawartha Lakes


Snow squalls will develop off Georgian Bay and Lake Huron early this morning and persist through the morning commute.


Snowfall accumulations of 5 to 10 cm are expected with locally up to 15 cm possible in areas experiencing the most intense squalls. The squalls will move out through the afternoon.