snowstormcanuck

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  1. Well, I'm going be official stats. Nov 2020 = 19.4cm or 7.7" at YYZ.
  2. Welcome to Toronto! If you love snow, turn around.
  3. lol, I know right? We grind like champs here. Except for the big dog on January 28-29, 2019, Toronto has not had an 8"+ snowstorm since the 2014-15 winter. By contrast, we've had 17 snowfalls in the 4-8" range in that same period.
  4. Heavier snow rates with this little guy than with the last two "storms." 1.5" between 11-12z and we may duplicate that again this hour. Unfortunately, a quick mover so that'll be all.
  5. Looks like 2-4" of plaster tomorrow morning. Pad the stats and looks pretty for about 2 hours before it melts. C'est la vie.
  6. Agreed. Thinking of going from a condo to a house in the next couple of years, and Burlington area is on my radar because of this.
  7. Was hoping this would be a northern redux of what happened to Burlington last week but instability was more marginal this time (delta-Ts 12-14?) and the transitory nature of the band didn't help either. Oh well, as you say at least it's a nice wintry feel. Sunday night we add a few more inches for peak winter and then we begin the slow ascent into spring!
  8. lol, thanks. Per Twitter, 3-4" seems to rule the realm. Haven't seen anything higher than that so far.
  9. Thinking 7-8. Here's a crappy shot from the breakfast table:
  10. Looks like it wiggled around too much for anyone to get smoked. YYZ up to 3.2". 3.5" call looks like money.
  11. Picked up under 1.5" as the lake band lifted north. Got into OB's backyard after all . Too transient to produce any heavy damage but HRRR/RUC indicate it may reorganize this evening.
  12. Saw some early signs that the band was trying to form on BUF radar but it's since fizzled. This was well ahead of schedule though anyway; once better moisture arrives and shear is reduced it should get going by early p.m.
  13. I think the synoptic will be able to deliver that. You're not out of the conversation with the LES either but it's not likely to get that far north.
  14. Thinking back to that "event" in mid-December when all the models were gung-ho on a major east wind LES event and nothing materialized. If you do this for a living, I don't envy you. At least this is more of a seeder-feeder/LEnhS event so I think it's more a question of where and not if.