Man uses a snowblower in Timmins, ON, 12 May 2013 (Timmins Press)
An unseasonably late winter storm dumped heavy snow over Northeastern Ontario on Sunday.
This storm resulted in quite the white Mother’s Day with conditions more typical of winter rather than mid-May.
Snowfall warnings have since ended as the heavy snow has moved away into Western Quebec.
Timmins received 26 cm, Chapleau had 32 cm, Kapuskasing had 8 cm and even somewhat southerly Sault Ste. Marie picked up 7 cm of snow.