Dec. 31 – freezing rain threatened, roads a mess
Data continues to roll in for the next 48 hours. There's more reason to suggest it won't be just snow, but freezing rain, ice pellets interspersed across #Ottawa for New Years Eve and early New Years Day. 10cm+ still possible. Plan travel accordingly, it will be a messy 12 hours. pic.twitter.com/QlOJkovS4R— Kyle Smith (@KylesWeather) December 30, 2018
Well, as New Years Eve draws closer, this whole "snow" thing is looking to be more and more likely for #Ottawa. Data holding strong for 10-15cm. Some freezing rain, mixing likely in the beginning. It all starts tomorrow around 8pm, continues until about 9am New Years Day. pic.twitter.com/E09Snd8xfb— Kyle Smith (@KylesWeather) December 30, 2018
Dec. 28 – hail, then rain on top of snow!
Crazy weather...#Gravenhurst Fire Department is warning of slippery side roads this morning in #Muskoka; take care https://t.co/Wz7OQEk90V— MuskokaRegion.com (@MuskokaRegion) December 28, 2018
Dec. 21 – rain (26mm) and snow (9 cm)
Dec. 16 – more on the way, how colourful!
|Predicted for 1:30 Sun., Dec. 16, afternoon|
It’s over 2000km wide .. #BCStorm more coming this week.. story on TheWeatherNetwork pic.twitter.com/WQcCc3cimY— Chris St.Clair (@cstclair1) December 16, 2018
Dec. 14 - rain snow sleet hail?
Apparently, about 5 mm!
When I got up, it was raining (8mm). A little later, 7:30, it started to snow.
Dec. 2 – It wasn't as bad as they thought!
Most (not all) of the wet snow will change to rain by Sunday afternoon.. details on TheWeatherNetwork pic.twitter.com/P4ndmlTQzk— Chris St.Clair (@cstclair1) December 1, 2018