Special Weather Statement for Jan. 11 & Jan. 12

Posted by Michelle Idzenga on Thursday, January 9th, 2020

 

Port Colborne is currently under a special weather statement with significant rainfall totaling 50 mm expected Saturday, Jan. 11 and strong southwest winds expected Sunday, Jan. 12.

With this projected forecast both flooding and power outages are possible. The City of Port Colborne and Canadian Niagara Power Inc. have already met and are preparing for this weekend's storm.

Are you prepared for 72 hours?

Click here to read your 72-hour emergency preparedness guide: https://www.getprepared.gc.ca/cnt/rsrcs/pblctns/yprprdnssgd/yprprdnssgd-eng.pdf

A few reminders:

Experience a power outage? Call 1-844-501-9473 (WIRE) to report. For additional power outage information, visit https://www.cnpower.com/power-outage/power-outage-information%20 for power outage information.

Need to report a municipal tree down and/or a downed tree blocking a road allowance? Call our Operations Centre at 905-835-5079.

 
 
 

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