Bond Head Snowdrifts
July 24, 2007
Summary authors & editors: David Wigglesworth
Persistent strong westerly winds dominated the weather pattern in southern Ontario during the first week of February, 2007. Even though there was not a great deal of snowfall in the small community of Bond Head (just North of Toronto), the wind and snow conspired to form some impressive and beautiful snowdrifts. At their best, snowdrifts are a beguiling interaction of snow and wind. At their worst, they can be a menace to transportation and may even prevent you from getting out your front door!