Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site
All Environment Canada weather offices offer a 24 hour-a-day automated telephone service that provides the most recent forecast information. Their locations include: Peterborough 705-743-5852
All Environment Canada weather offices offer a 24 hour-a-day automated telephone service that provides the most recent forecast information.
Their locations include:
Wind, water and weather combine to test your skill as a boater. Checking the latest marine weather forecast for your area should always be a priority before heading out on the water.
Marine Weather Warnings
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Radio station weather broadcasts
Many commercial FM and AM radio stations along the Trent–Severn Waterway broadcast marine weather forecasts during the navigation season.
Weatheradio Canada is operated by Environment Canada and transmits over three dedicated VHF-FM bands: 162.400 MHz, 162.475 MHz and 162.550 MHz.
Canadian Coast Guard radio stations broadcast on VHF frequencies 161.65 MHz and 161.775 MHz (ch.21B, ch.83B). They also broadcast information on aids to navigation.
Lake Simcoe and Lake Couchiching
Sudden storms are frequent on lakes Simcoe and Couchiching. Every possible caution should be observed before heading out on these two lakes.
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