Snowfall Amounts Received by Environment Canada as of 12 pm

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A large disturbance tracking northeastward across the Great Lakes brought an early season snowfall to much of Southern and Eastern Ontario last night, turning a previously green landscape into a winter wonderland. Snowfall amounts of 5 to 10 cm were common in many areas, with amounts reduced to a trace of slush near Lakes Erie and Ontario where most of the precipitation fell as a cold December Rain. The highest snowfall amounts were observed in a swath from the Dundalk Highlands across Simcoe County into parts of Eastern Ontario, and at Sault Ste. Marie. Many thanks to all volunteer reports from Cocorahs, email, and social media. Snowfall amounts received by Environment Canada as of 12 PM are found in the table below.

Location and Snowfall Amount in Centimetres

Wiarton 14

Durham (volunteer) 10

Mount Forest (estimated) 10

Markdale (volunteer) 8

Milverton (volunteer) 6

Kitchener Stanley Park (meteorologist) 8

Waterloo Airport 6

Guelph (volunteer) 5

Fergus (volunteer) 10

Orangeville (volunteer) 10

Shelburne (volunteer) 10

Aurora (meteorologist) 14

Vaughan (volunteer) 8

Buttonville Airport 6

Markham (volunteer) 7

Oak Ridges (volunteer) 12

7 km NW Bradford (volunteer) 10

Orillia (volunteer) 17

Barrie (meteorologist) 12

Barrie 15

Phelpstown (volunteer) 15

Shanty Bay (volunteer) 13

Muskoka (estimated) 10

Peterborough (estimated) 10

7 km N of Peterborough 19

Lakefield (volunteer) 14

Grafton (volunteer) 9

Tapley (volunteer) 14

Trenton 7

Kingston 8

Brockville 9

Bancroft (estimated) 7

Petawawa (estimated) 7

Pembroke (estimated) 10

Ottawa Airport 8

Ottawa (Volunteer) 7

Gatineau Airport 7

Stittsville (volunteer) 11

Richmond (volunteer) 13

Kemptville (volunteer) 3.5

Drummond Centre (volunteer) 12

Cornwall (Volunteer) 13

Algonquin Park (estimated) 9

Sudbury 10

Sault Ste. Marie 22

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