Local News & Weather Forecast - Goderich, Kincardine, Inverhuron & Saugeen Shores

MONDAY July 28 2014

ENVIRONMENT CANADA INVESTIGATING REPORTS OF A TORNADO IN GRAND BEND
7/28/2014
Last night's wild weather may have seen a tornado touch down in Grand Bend. While Environment Canada officials say reports about a tornado in the area have yet to be confirmed, the storm, which passed through just after 7 p.m.
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BRUCE POWER BUS TOURS VERY POPULAR THIS SUMMER
7/24/2014
Bruce Power has announced that their bus tours of the site in Tiverton this summer are in high demand so they have now added Tuesday tours along with the Wednesday and Thursday tours which leave the visitors centre at 1 and 2 pm.

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THERE IS A RACE FOR THE MAYOR'S CHAIR IN SAUGEEN SHORES
7/24/2014
Saugeen Shores has its first challenger to oppose incumbent Mayor Mike Smith in the Municipal Election. Greg Schmalz, the spokesperson for Saugeen Turbine Operation Policy which opposes the Unifor Wind Turbine located in Port Elgin, has filed his papers to oppose Smith in the election.
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HIGHWAY 9 CONSTRUCTION TO TAKE PLACE NEXT WEEK
7/23/2014
Beginning next week, it might be a little trickier going to and coming from Kincardine.
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OPP REMIND DRIVERS ABOUT BICYCLES ON OUR LOCAL ROADS
7/22/2014
OPP are putting out a friendly reminder to motorists share the road. Constable Ed. Sanchuk tells myFM people love to go cycling this time of year and the scenic views in Kincardine and surrounding area make it a great destination for bikers. He has this advice when you go to pass the bikes.
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GAS TAX FUNDING FOR GODERICH,SOUTH HURON, KINCARDINE AND CENTRAL HURON
7/18/2014
Bruce and Huron Counties will be getting 1.4 million dollars thanks to the first instalment of the federal gas tax fund. Nationally, nearly 22 billion dollars will be handed out to municipalities all over Canada by 2024.
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OPP REMIND DRIVERS DON'T VEER FOR DEER
7/18/2014
Huron County OPP are sending out a reminder to drivers, don't veer for deer. Police say that despite July not being peak season for motor vehicle collisions involving deer, there has been 17 reported crashes involving the animals in Huron County this month as of Thursday.
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THREE DAY WEATHER FORECAST as of 5:00 AM EDT 28 July 2014

TODAY - Rain ending this morning then clearing. Wind northeast 30 km/h. High 18. UV index 8 or very high.

TONIGHT - Clear. Wind north 20 km/h becoming light late this evening. Low 11.

TUESDAY - Increasing cloudiness. 60 percent chance of showers in the afternoon and early in the evening with risk of a thunderstorm. High 18.

WEDNESDAY - A mix of sun and cloud with 40 percent chance of showers. Low 12. High 17.

 

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