From the Environment Canada web site:
OTTAWA MACDONALD-CARTIER INT’L A, HAMILTON A, DEER LAKE A, GANDER INT’L A, ST.JOHN’S A, SASKATOON DIEFENBAKER INT’L A, LONDON INT’L A, SAULT STE. MARIE A, EDMONTON INT’L A, YARMOUTH A, THUNDER BAY A, CHURCHILL A and SMITHERS A weather reporting stations have switched over to new NAV CANADA sensors and reporting tools. Due to some unanticipated data processing issues related to the new data flow, the display of daily data from these stations is not available on our website at present. However, hourly data is now being displayed for the new stations: OTTAWA INT’L, HAMILTON, DEER LAKE, GANDER INT’L, ST. JOHN’S INT’L, SASKATOON DIEFENBAKER INT’L, LONDON, SAULT STE MARIE, EDMONTON, YARMOUTH, THUNDER BAY, CHURCHILL and SMITHERS. For more information, please click here and expand the message. Thank you for your patience while we work to fix these current issues.
So no data for the forseeable future.
Environment Canada has changed the data collection process and has not provided an update to Ottawa since Dec 14, 2011 which is the same as the table above. There appears to be a new table for Ottawa International. It is not known how long it will be before additional data will be available. The originating data is a mess, the December total is a partial figure from 2 different tables with a large hole in the middle of the data. Basically December’s data is unreliable. January data is full of gaps as is February.
I won’t be updating this as often as I had in previous years, I will probably update it a couple of times a month depending upon the snow activity. I was finding it a lot of effort for minor changes, I had received requests for detailed analysis of the data but it’s only a compilation from the Environment Canada weather information available to anyone.
It’s looking like we might get back to normal snowfall by January, we need the moisture don’t need the shovelling.