The weather had just about everybody talking in the city of Toronto on Friday, and for good reason.
While there was wet snow in the early morning hours, the heavy snow that was forecast to fall throughout the day ended up falling as rain.
So, what went wrong?
According to Chris Scott, a meteorologist at The Weather Network, it was all because of the temperature.
"We saw more rain than snow in southern Ontario. The temperature this morning in Toronto [was] one degree. It was just too warm to get a lot of snow to fall and to stick," he explains.
Originally, a snowfall warning stated that sections of Ontario could get 5 - 15 cm of snow. Environment Canada cancelled the snowfall warning at 9 a.m. on Friday for the Toronto, Halton-Peel, York-Durham and surrounding areas.
While the precipitation continued to fall as mainly rain in Toronto itself, areas further north and east managed to pick up significant amounts of snow. In the Ottawa Valley, snow is expected to continue through Friday night.
Gusty winds will also be present across the region, so this could trigger localized reports of blowing and drifting snow.
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