Weather alert ends for our region
You had only your own vehicle to dig out this morning, imagine a whole car lot. Centennial Chrysler Dodge Jeep's Derek Templeton pushes the snow off of a Jeep at the Barrie dealership, Wednesday. J.T. MCVEIGH/QMI AGENCY/BARRIE EXAMINER
Environment Canada has cancelled the special weather alert for Barrie after about 10 centimetres of heavy wet snow fell over night, cancelling school buses in Simcoe County and closing a few schools.
Also, a snowfall warning has now been lifted for Angus, Innisfil and New Tecumseth where another five centimetres of wet snow was expected to fall today as the low pressure system from Lake Erie moves east.
Ottawa is expected to get walloped with around 15 centimetres of the cold stuff.
Environment Canada says 14 cm of snow has now fallen in the Barrie area.