Looks like a classic deformation snow band set up this morning/early afternoon in Ontario between Sarnia-Toronto-Oshawa-Kingston.
This band produced snowfall rates of 2-5 cm per hour right along the 401 corridor. Obviously, many places within this region ended up with more snowfall and we thus adjusted heavier snow ranges farther north on our map below....
Snow will continue to taper off over southern and eastern Ontario from SW to NE this afternoon as the storm tracks rapidly toward the east.
Still like a general 15-30 cm over a good chunk of Nova Scotia, with many places in the southern and eastern third of Nova Scotia getting closer to 30 cm.
We had about 12 cm of snow with some sleet at my place followed by a thin covering of freezing rain this morning. Had to shovel two pathways to get my car out of our driveway this morning only to find that our local street was completely untouched by the plow. It was a long drive in to work and it has been a long day at the office.
I will have another update later this afternoon and will discuss snow potential this weekend for SW BC and in the east.
An update on the snow potential over the Maritimes and for southern Ontario. February looking cold in the East and mild in the far West.
Major storm will bring heavy snow to New Brunswick. Big change coming for Alberta and Saskatchewan Friday and Saturday.
A storm will bring light to moderate snow to eastern Canada Thursday/Thursday night then will intensify and possibly bring heavier snow to New Brunswick Friday night.
A snow and wind recap of the blizzard which impacted the Canadian Maritimes.
Snow will overspread Ontario late Wednesday night or early Thursday then reach Quebec later Thursday and Thursday night.
Monday afternoon update on the impending snowstorm for Atlantic Canada and the next system for midweek in eastern Canada.