To review each storm, just click on the dates below and you'll get to some great data!
|Storm Dates||Flake Scale||
Highlights of the Event
|December 10-12, 2009||*****||Classic WSW event, all ingredients prime. Well inland extent.
Max snowfall: Lake Erie - Springville 27", Lake Ontario - Highmarket 40"
|December 16-17, 2009||*||Marginal NW flow event with good Georgian Bay connection.
Max snowfall: Lake Ontario - Scriba 15"
|December 28-29, 2009||**||Evolution from synoptic event, pre-frontal backing flow. Bad timing.
Max snowfall: Lake Erie - Alden-Millgrove 11", Lake Ontario - Copenhagen 14"
|January 1-4, 2010||***||Hybrid rare long lasting NW flow event. Near record totals off western Lake Ontario into the Niagara Frontier. Little impact/weekend.
Max snowfall: Lake Erie - Mayville 31", Lake Ontario - Fulton 42"
|January 27-29, 2010||*||Marginal multi-day event with frontal impact.
Max snowfall: Lake Erie - Buffalo SE 12", Lake Ontario - Hooker 18"
|January 31-February 1, 2010||*||Relatively brief, but intense WSW Lake Ontario band.
Max snowfall: Lake Erie - <2", Lake Ontario - Adams 16"
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