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Quebec and Ontario hit with heavy snow #qcwx #onwx



A Colorado Low tracked eastward over Lake Huron Saturday afternoon.


This low pressure system brought snow to just about all of Ontario starting Friday night through Saturday. Many areas also saw blowing snow as a result of strong wind gusts.


Quebec also saw some heavy snow


Ontario

Snowfall totals:

  • Marathon Airport 30 cm

  • Lake Superior Provincial Park 23 cm

  • Thunder Bay Airport 21 cm

  • Wiarton Airport 22 cm

  • Ottawa Airport 20 cm

  • Chapleau Airport 19 cm

  • Egbert 18 cm

  • Toronto Pearson Airport 17.2 cm

  • London Airport 17 cm

  • Wawa 16 cm

  • Ontario Storm Prediction Centre 16 cm

  • Kenora Airport 15 cm

  • Fort Frances 15 cm

  • Bancroft 15 cm

  • Red Lake Airport 14 cm

  • Parry Sound 14 cm

  • Pembroke 14 cm

  • Peterborough Trent University 13 cm

  • Big Trout Lake 13 cm

  • Pukaskwa 13 cm

  • Atikokan 13 cm

  • Trenton 12 cm

  • Sudbury Airport 12 cm

  • Harrow 11 cm

  • Mount Forest 11 cm

  • Sault Ste. Marie Airport 10.6 cm

  • Kingston Airport 9 cm

  • Hamilton Airport 7 cm


There were also some strong winds. Port Colborne recorded a gust of 94 km/h and Point Petre has a gust to 89 km/h


Quebec

  • Snowfall totals:

  • Gatineau: 21 cm

  • Cantley: 23 cm

  • Prévost: 15 cm

  • Oka: 17 cm

  • Montreal: 17 cm

  • Saint-Bruno: 15 cm

  • Sainte-Clotilde: 18 cm

  • L'Acadie: 18 cm

  • Frelighsburg: 15 cm

  • Saint-Armand: 15 cm

  • Sutton: 19 cm

  • Yamaska provincial park: 15 cm

  • Orford: 17 cm


Based on ECCC Data

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