Jan 30What a soft, fine snowfall. That gives us 25 cm of snow cover. It's a lovely cushion on top of the icy snow.
|THAT was a storm!|
|33 cm January|
Jan. 26 blizzards out east, 17+ out west!
Jan. 7The cold came in for a few days. Bitterly cold. Only 1cm of snow.
|Record snowfall in Dec. 2014|
Jan. 4 still bad out there
There are weather watches or warnings for 9 of 10 provinces.
Jan. 3 Warning
Hazardous winter conditions are expected. A low pressure system will intensify as it tracks over Southern Ontario this weekend and will bring a wintery mix of precipitation to the region. Snow ahead of the system is forecast to begin this afternoon and could be heavy at times, partcularly this evening. Snowfall amounts of 10 to 15 cm will be possible before the snow changes to freezing rain overnight. The freezing rain is expected to persist for several hours before temperatures rise above zero. The change to rain is expected to occur early Sunday morning for most locales. The Renfrew, Pembroke and Petawawa areas may be the exception as freezing rain could persist until near midday Sunday. After the rain comes to an end, a cold front will sweep through the region Sunday night, bringing a return to cold temperatures.