Summary of Patrol
This was the second patrol of the 2021/2022 year. The patrol took place in mid November 2021 and occurred after some major weather events in Point Clark. There were incidents.
Weather seen at time of patrol
During the patrol dates, the weather was snowing and overcast one day, sunny with moderate winds the remainder.
All properties have yellow cards displayed now. The patrol was partially completed between Nov 17 – 20th, but it was decided to re-do the patrols because there were significant weather conditions Nov 21 – Nov 23. The second patrol was scheduled for right after the snow squall warning that took place Monday (Nov 22) and Tuesday (Nov 23). Also, in the middle of the night Sunday November 21, strong winds were noted and a power outage took place.
It should be noted that for every incident, the patrollers identify the issue as best they can, take pictures, contact the owners, and, if requested, sends photos to the owners. All of the information is kept/saved both by the patroller and by the Association.
Incident #1 — Lake Range Drive
Multiple trees fell on the property. One tree fell over the garbage bin and the stump remains leaning on the garbage bin. It appears that the tree was cut up by the township. Another large tree has fallen on the property. There was no damage to the structures on the property.
Incident #2 — Lakeside Trail
Entire cottage was burned down to the ground. The incident took place around 10pm the night before (Nov 22), as patrollers saw the firefighters/ambulances/police active in the area. Provided photos to owners, who had not seen the damage up to that point.
Incident #3 — Huron Road
Although the property was patrolled on Nov 23, the patroller drove by and noticed a fallen tree on Nov 24th. The tree was cut up by a third party. The fallen tree had no obvious damage to structures.
The Weather Network 14 day forecast as of December 2 2021