Ontario snow breaks record


Ontario is seeing a reprieve from the relentless snow squalls today. The snow squalls may have let up but not before dumping large amounts of snow across parts of Ontario.


Wiarton Airport received 53.4 cm of snow on Sunday. That snowfall broke the previous record of one-day snowfall of 51.4 cm that was set on January 31, 1982.


Below are snowfall amounts from Thursday evening to Monday morning.

  • Wiarton Airport: 123 cm

  • St. Catharines Airport: 31 cm

  • Coldwater 43 cm

  • Orillia 40 cm

  • Brockville 35 cm

  • Port Colborne 34.4 cm

  • Thornbury 33.5 cm

  • Monetville 31.6 cm

  • Glen Allan 25 cm

  • Shanty Bay 23 cm

  • Udora 23 cm

  • Tapley 22.8 cm

  • Haliburton 15.8 cm

  • Fergus 15.6 cm

  • Centreville 10.4 cm

  • Grimsby Mountain 10 cm

  • Drummond Centre 9.4 cm

  • Markdale 63 cm

  • Flesherton 57.9 cm

  • Milverton 42.2 cm

  • Oro Park 41.5 cm

  • Kingston 22.1 cm

  • Consecon 19.3 cm

  • Tamworth 19.1 cm

  • Cayuga 17.3 cm

  • Fisherville 13.7 cm


Data Source: Environment and Climate Change Canada