Aaron Lynett/Torstar News Service
Snow forecast for today promises to snatch third place for the current winter in Toronto’s snowfall record book.
With a light dusting early yesterday, total accumulation for this winter hit 189 centimetres, said senior Environment Canada climatologist David Phillips.
That locked in fourth place — ahead of the 188.9 centimetres in 1971-72.
A further five centimetres in today’s forecast would move the current winter into third place, ahead of 1964-65, which saw 190.6 centimetres.