Record June snowfall in northwestern Ontario

A northwestern Ontario township lost electricity for much of the day Thursday and saw several downed trees after a June snowstorm. The power outage was community-wide.

Pickle Lake, more than seven hours north of Thunder Bay, saw about 10 cm of snow, township clerk-treasurer Jamie Hussey told Global News. Global News called it a record June snowfall.

Thanks to Clay Olson for this link

Note: I posted about this earlier, but at the time didn’t realize that the snowfall had set a new record.

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