What was the greatest single snowfall in Canada?

145 cm
On February 11, 1999, Tahtsa Lake, British Columbia recorded the highest single-day snowfall in Canada of 145 cm of snow in one day.

How much snow did PEI get in 2015?

597.0 cm
Snowfall – Annual data for Charlottetown

Year starting on Total
Jan 1 2016 316.0 cm
Jan 1 2015 597.0 cm
Jan 1 2014 367.5 cm
Jan 1 2013 240.2 cm

What was the worst blizzard in Canadian history?

Eastern Canadian blizzard of March 1971
The Eastern Canadian blizzard of March 1971 was a severe winter storm that struck portions of eastern Canada from March 3 to March 5, 1971. The storm was also nicknamed the “Storm of the Century” in Quebec….Eastern Canadian blizzard of March 1971.

Snow accumulations from 3rd to 5th of March
Lowest pressure 966 mb (966 hPa; 28.5 inHg)

What city in Canada gets the most snow?

St. John’s, Newfoundland
St. John’s, Newfoundland and Saguenay, Quebec top the lists as Canada’s snowiest large cities. St….Greatest Amount of Snow.

City Inches Centimetres
St. John’s, Newfoundland 131.9 335.0
Saguenay, Quebec 126.6 321.7
Québec City, Quebec 119.4 303.4

What is the average snowfall in Ontario?

Of note is the annual (or “winter seasonal”) average of 142.6 cm of total snowfall.

How much snow did Charlottetown get?

Thanks to yesterday’s 17-cm snowstorm, Charlottetown has cracked a weather record….Total since November reaches 549.6 cm, beating 539 cm in winter 1971-72.

Month Average
November 19 cm 57.6 cm
December 66 cm 13.4 cm
January 73 cm 90.2 cm

How much snow does Canada get in a day?

Only a handful of places in Canada have recorded over a metre of snow dumped in a single day. The deepest one-day snowfall measured is 145 centimetres (4.75 feet) at Tahtsa Lake, in BC’s Coast Mountains north of Tweedsmuir Park. That day, February 11, 1999, also left a record-setting snowfall of 113 cm at the small city of Terrace, BC.

What is the snowiest place in Canada?

Snowiest Places in Canada. Some of British Columbia’s mountains get far more snow than anywhere else in Canada. The highest average annual snowfall recorded at a weather station is 1388 centimetres (45.5 feet) on Mount Fidelity.

How are the snowfall totals calculated?

The snowfall totals are averages based on weather data collected from 1981 to 2010. The calculation of days includes those when at least 0.2 centimetres (0.08 inches) of snow fell.