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  • Writer's pictureKyle Sooley-Brookings

Southern Ontario snowfall totals


A Texas Low brought significant amounts of snow to southern Ontario on Wednesday and Thursday.


Some areas received nearly 30 cm of snow.


Across some areas, there were snowfall rates of 3 to 6 centimetres per hour. In addition to the intense snowfall, thundersnow was observed over portions of extreme southwestern Ontario, Niagara and the Kingston area.


Snowfall totals:

  • Ottawa International Airport 27 cm

  • North York (OSPC) 20.5 cm

  • Wiarton Airport 19 cm

  • Trenton Airport 18 cm

  • Hamilton Airport 17 cm

  • Toronto Pearson International Airport 14 cm

  • Kingston Airport 12 cm

  • Renfrew 25 cm

  • Merrickville 23 cm

  • Winchester 22.5 cm

  • Brampton 22 cm

  • Oak Ridges 22 cm

  • Pickering 22 cm

  • Whitby 22 cm

  • Snelgrove 21.5 cm

  • Kingston 21 cm

  • Vaughan 21 cm

  • Cambridge 20.5 cm

  • Milton 20.5 cm

  • Milverton 20.5 cm

  • Aurora 20 cm

  • Barrie 20 cm

  • Brighton 20 cm

  • Woodbridge 20 cm

  • Consecon 19 cm

  • King City 19 cm

  • Bradford 18.5 cm

  • Ancaster 18 cm

  • Kitchener Stanley Park 18 cm

  • Lindsay 18 cm

  • Millbrook 18 cm

  • Keene 17.5 cm

  • Toronto 11 to 17.5 cm

  • Parkhill 17 cm

  • Burlington 16 cm

  • Caledon 16 cm

  • Milford 16 cm

  • Saint Catharines 16 cm

  • Vankleek Hill 16 cm

  • Brampton 15 cm

  • Woodstock 14.5 cm

  • Brussels 14 cm

  • Huntsville 14 cm

Data Source: Environment and Climate Change Canada


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