Southern Ontario Receives First Snow in Weeks


There is snow on the ground this morning. This is Don Valley Parkway & Lawrence Ave East.

Many areas of Southern Ontario received their first widespread snowfall in weeks on Tuesday. There were several alerts in effect.


Snowfall amounts varied across the area between 5 and 14 centimetres.


Below is a list of snowfall totals as received from Environment and Climate Change Canada


Snowfall totals:

  • Toronto Pearson Airport: 9 cm

  • Wiarton Airport: 9 cm

  • The Weather Network (Oakville): 8.5 cm

  • Trenton Airport: 8 cm

  • Ottawa Airport: 7.6 cm

  • Kingston Airport: 7 cm

  • Hamilton Airport: 7 cm

  • Ontario Storm Prediction Centre (north Toronto): 6 cm

  • London Airport: 4 cm

  • Port McNicoll: 14.5 cm

  • Caledon: 14 cm

  • Waubaushene: 12.5 cm

  • Orangeville: 12 cm

  • St. Catharines: 11.7 cm

  • Toronto: 6-11 cm

  • Newmarket: 11 cm

  • Brussels: 11 cm

  • Barrie: 11 cm

  • Midland: 10 cm

  • Milton: 10 cm

  • Ottawa: 11 cm (as of 9:27 P.M. EST January 26)

  • Etobicoke: 9 cm

  • Grimsby Mountain: 9 cm

  • Waterloo: 8 cm

  • Vaughan: 7.5 cm

  • Brampton: 7 cm

  • Guelph: 7

  • Winchester: 7 cm (as of 8:45 P.M. EST January 26)

  • Kitchener: 5-7 cm

  • Stoney Creek: 6 cm

  • Markham: 6 cm

  • London: 5 cm

Based on ECCC Data


A mix of sun and cloud with a risk of a few flurries is expected today across Southern Ontario with temperatures around seasonal. Tomorrow, while fair weather will prevail, temperatures will tumble to around minus 5 to minus 10.