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One City Near Toronto Got More Record-Breaking Snow Than Anywhere Else Yesterday

A whopping 24.5 cm of snow fell yesterday. 🥶
One City Near Toronto Got More Record-Breaking Snow Than Anywhere Else Yesterday

Over the course of the day on Sunday, Ontario's snowstorm managed to break records.

Just over 19 centimetres fell at the Toronto Pearson Airport, shattering the previous record for November 22, which was 7.6 centimetres set in 2007.

However, the heaviest snowfall was actually in Brampton, reports The Weather Network.

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24.5 cm Brampton's record-breaking Sunday snowfall 

Kitchener got around 21 cm, according to The Weather Network.

The dense and heavy snow made for perfect snowman-building material, and Ontarians have been taking to Twitter to show off their creations.

Toronto was originally expecting 7 to 14 centimetres on Sunday — that number was surpassed by a long shot.

According to Ontario's December weather predictions, the province could be getting its White Christmas a few days early. The holiday may see a mixture of freezing rain and ice.

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Environment Canada has issued special weather statements for so many areas. ❄️🌧

Southern Ontario is in for a wild day of weather with strong winds, freezing rain, and possible snow squalls across the province.

As of Monday morning, Environment Canada has issued 22 special weather statements for heavy rain and strong winds across southern Ontario.

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December is here and the holiday season is bringing snow along with it.

The Weather Network predicts a wet and snowy weekend across Ontario, with some areas set to receive up to 15 centimetres of snow.

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One region will experience frigid conditions, while others are in for toasty temps! 🥶🥵👇

If you’ve been feeling prepared for the upcoming season, think again! Canada’s latest winter weather forecast has warned that we’re in for a "winter weather whiplash" and temperatures are going to be turbulent. Eek!

On Monday, November 29, The Weather Network shared its official predictions for the upcoming season, which includes December, January and February.

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It's beginning to look a lot like winter everywhere you go in Ontario, and some spots are in for a snowy treat.

The Weather Network predicts that Ontario's weather will blast the province with some snow from Thursday into Sunday, with some areas getting up to 15 centimetres on the weekend.

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