AWCN10 CWTO 231515
WEATHER SUMMARY
FOR ONTARIO AND THE NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION
ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA
AT 10:15 A.M. EST TUESDAY 23 JANUARY 2018.

DISCUSSION.

A STRONG COLORADO LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM IS BRINGING QUITE THE VARIETY
OF WEATHER TO ONTARIO. SIGNIFICANT AMOUNTS OF SNOW HAVE FALLEN IN
NORTHEASTERN ONTARIO. SEVERAL HOURS OF FREEZING RAIN WERE REPORTED
ACROSS CENTRAL AND EASTERN ONTARIO. ACROSS SOUTHWESTERN ONTARIO AND
THE GOLDEN HORSESHOE, MANY AREAS RECEIVED 10 TO 20 MM OF RAIN, ALONG
WITH A BRIEF THUNDERSTORM OR TWO MONDAY NIGHT. VERY MILD AIR PAID A
VISIT TO EXTREME SOUTHWESTERN ONTARIO, WITH TEMPERATURES GETTING UP
INTO THE DOUBLE DIGITS.

NEW RECORD MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES SET ON MONDAY ARE LISTED BELOW.

WINDSOR AIRPORT

NEW RECORD OF 11.3
PREVIOUS RECORD 10.0 SET IN 1972

TOTAL RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF 20 MM OR MORE AS OF 7 AM ARE SHOWN BELOW.

LOCATION AND RAINFALL AMOUNT IN MILLIMETRES

RIDGETOWN 26.1
LONDON 24.8
GODERICH 22.7
KITCHENER 28
ELORA 20.8
MONO CENTRE 38.8
MOUNT FOREST 25.4
WIARTON 20.3
BARRIE 27.8 (SOME WAS FREEZING RAIN)
ORILLIA 31

SNOWFALL AMOUNTS OF 10 CM OR MORE AS OF 7 AM ARE FOUND IN THE TABLE
BELOW.

LOCATION AND TOTAL SNOWFALL AMOUNT IN CENTIMETRES

SAULT STE. MARIE 15
HILTON BEACH 15
SUDBURY 21
COBALT 19
CHALK RIVER 15

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS SUMMARY MAY CONTAIN PRELIMINARY OR UNOFFICIAL
INFORMATION AND DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A COMPLETE OR FINAL REPORT.

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