When all is said and done, the region could see another 10 centimetres of snow by tomorrow morning. Welcome to Northern Ontario!
Last night, the city, on average, received about two centimetres of snow, though some parts of the city woke up to more and other parts to less.
Based on images shared on social media, Coniston and New Sudbury, for instance, received a good three centimetres, while Lively and Copper Cliff received almost none.
A further two centimetres is expected to fall today, but the real fun begins tonight. Environment Canada is calling for flurries, at times heavy, and is expecting between five and 10 centimetres to fall overnight.
Sudbury.com has reached out to Environment Canada to see if any records were broken.Did you snap any photos of the snow? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org or post them in the comments below, and we’ll share the best ones on the website.