Flood Advisories

Watershed Conditions Statement - Flood Outlook

Conservation Sudbury is maintaining a Watershed Conditions Statement – Flood Outlook for the Greater Sudbury watersheds effective 3:00 PM. today. This statement will remain in effect until 10:00 AM., April 19, 2022.

READ the statement carefully for more information. Updates will be provided as required.

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Watershed Conditions Statement - Flood Outlook

Conservation Sudbury is issuing a Watershed Condition Statement - Flood Outlook for all Greater Sudbury watersheds effective today April 6 at 10:00 a.m.,  This statement will remain in effect until 10:00 a.m., April 12, 2022.

READ the statement carefully for more information. Updates will be provided as required.

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Watershed Conditions Statement - Water Safety

Conservation Sudbury is maintaining a Water Safety statement for the Greater Sudbury watersheds effective 2:00 pm today. This statement will remain in effect until 10:00 a.m., April 6, 2021

READ the statement for more information. Updates will be provided as required.

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Watershed Conditions Statement - Water Safety

Conservation Sudbury is maintaining a Water Safety statement for the Greater Sudbury watersheds effective 3:00 pm today. This statement will remain in effect until 10:00 a.m., March 29, 2021

Over the next few days, Northeastern Ontario is forecast to receive mixed precipitation (rain, freezing rain, snow) equivalent to 10 – 25 mm of rain. This will be combined with temperatures hovering around the freezing mark. The upper reaches of our watersheds still have a significant to moderate snowpack that has matured, making it less capable of absorbing rainfall.

READ the statement for more information. Updates will be provided as required.

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Watershed Conditions Statement - Water Safety

Conservation Sudbury is issuing a Water Safety statement for the Greater Sudbury watersheds effective 3:00 pm today. This statement will remain in effect until 2:00 .m., March 22, 2021

The current Environment Canada forecast for the rest of the week and into early next week indicates warm temperatures nearing 10o C with light precipitation. Warmer temperatures will accelerate the rate of snowmelt resulting in sudden rise in water levels and flows. All watersheds within the City of Greater Sudbury still have a significant snowpack that holds anywhere between 100 and 150 mm of water content. Water levels and flows in area watercourses are currently within the seasonal range; however localized ponding on streets and other low lying areas is possible.

READ the statement for more information. Updates will be provided as required.

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