Snow will be done in a couple hours or so....But so far:
Weather summary for Southern Ontario and the National Capital Region issued by Environment Canada At 6:51 A.M. EST Wednesday 27 November 2013.
The following is a summary of weather event information received by Environment Canada.
An early season winter storm has brought the first Major snowfall to much of Eastern Ontario as expected, with much of Eastern Ontario receiving 15 cm or more by early this morning. Snow fall warnings will likely be discontinued later today as the snow moves away with the storm centre into Quebec.
The Greater Toronto area was on the edge of this storm, with western portions receiving 2 cm or less, and 4 to 8 cm falling inland from Lake Ontario from about Yonge street and east.
The table below contains total snowfall amounts received by Environment Canada as of 6.00 AM.
Location snowfall amount
Ottawa Airport 20
Richmond (sw part of Ottawa) 18
Pembroke (estimated) 6
Brockville (estimated) 14
Bancroft (estimated) 7
Peterborough (estimated) 7
Whitby (estimated) 6
Toronto Highway 401/Yonge 7
Buttonville Airport 4
Pearson Airport 2
St Catharines south end 8
Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial information and does not constitute a complete or final report.