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Storm Totals So Far in Manitoba and Ontario


Photo by Carole Chantler. Oct 11. Souris, MB.

Even though the storm rages on in Manitoba and northwestern Ontario, Environment and Climate Change Canada have released some snowfall, rainfall amounts, and wind gusts.


The historic storm was a large Colorado low. It brought rain along the Ontario border and wet snow elsewhere in southern Manitoba.


Snowfall totals:

  • Schanzenfeld: 23 cm

  • Winnipeg (Charleswood): 13 cm

  • Holland: 11 cm

  • Marquette: 9 cm

  • Near Portage la Prairie: 9 cm

  • Morden: 20 cm

  • Baldur: 20 cm

  • Morris: 19 cm

  • Argyle: 17 cm

  • Saint Pierre Jolys: 10 cm

  • Steinbach: 7 cm


Rainfall totals:

  • Sprague Lake: 40 mm

  • Flanders Lake: 39 mm

  • Falcon Lake: 36 mm

  • Elma: 34 mm

  • Hadashville: 33 mm

  • Woodridge: 32 mm

  • Great Falls: 32 mm

  • Sprague: 30 mm

  • Bunny Lake 45.5 mm

  • Clearwater Bay 41.4 mm

  • Red Lake Airport 41.0 mm

  • Kenora Airport 40.5 mm

  • Bak Lake 40.5 mm

  • Perrault Falls 38.7 mm

  • Vermillion Bay West 37.9 mm

  • Separation Lake 37.7 mm

  • Sioux Narrows 37.6 mm

  • Gameland Tower 36.5 mm


Peak wind gusts:

  • Windygates: peak wind gust of 85 km/h at 7 AM CDT

  • Winnipeg: peak wind gust of 80 km/h at 8:26 AM CDT


These totals will be updated as more information becomes available.


Based on ECCC Data

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