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Compact System to Bring 10-15cm of Snow to Northeastern Ontario

Updated: Dec 13, 2019

We are closely watching a small system which is expected to cross portions of Northeastern Ontario stretching from Sault Ste. Marie through to Sudbury and the Quebec border.


Snowfall Forecast, for Central Ontario. Issued December 12th, 2019.

Areas in the orange and marked with a '4' can expect snowfall totals between 10 and 15cm. This includes Sault Ste. Marie through to St. Joseph Island, Wharncliffe, Elliot Lake, and Thessalon. Snowfall totals will have the best chance to reach upwards of 15cm in this region with a few locations recording some slightly higher snowfall totals between 15 and 18cm.


Areas in the yellow and marked with a '3' can expect snowfall totals between 10 and 15cm. This includes Heyden through to Cartier, Sudbury, and Killarney including Northern Manitoulin Island (Little Current) and Espanola. Snowfall amounts closest to 10cm are likely with amounts towards 15cm scattered through the area. The best chance at amounts towards 15cm are for areas near the orange region.


Areas in the green and marked with a '2' can expect snowfall totals between 5 and 10cm. This includes much of Manitoulin Island towards Britt, Bayfield Inlet, Port Loring and North Bay where totals closest to 5cm are likely. Towards the north, areas between Montreal River Harbour, Batchawana Bay, Metagama, and Ruel also will likely see around 5cm. Areas in between such as Ranger Lake, Marten River, West Nipissing and Central Manitoulin Island will likely see amounts closer to 10cm, especially near the yellow regions.


Elsewhere, areas in blue and marked with a '1' can expect snowfall totals at or under 5cm of snow.


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