Toronto and the rest of the GTA had a significant amount of snow on Saturday. Snow began to fall in the GTA around 9:30 a.m. and continued into the evening, leading to snow-covered roads and poor driving conditions. The OPP (Ontario Provincial Police) reported over 250 crashes were reported in the Greater Toronto Area since the region started to be hit by a snowstorm, which was the first significant snowfall of year 2020. As per Environment Canada, 16 cm of snow fell in Toronto and across the GTA including Mississauga, Brampton, Vaughan.

Many areas also saw blowing snow as a result of strong wind gusts.

1. Summary of total snowfall amounts received from Environment
Canada and NAV CANADA sources in centimetres:

Marathon Airport 30
Lake Superior Provincial Park 23*
Thunder Bay Airport 21
Wiarton Airport 22
Ottawa Airport 20 storm total (new daily snowfall record of 14.3 for
January 18)
Chapleau Airport 19
Egbert 18*
Toronto Pearson Airport 17.2 (new daily snowfall record for January
18)
London Airport 17
Wawa 16
Ontario Storm Prediction Centre 16
Kenora Airport 15
Fort Frances 15*
Bancroft 15*
Red Lake Airport 14 as of 6:00 pm CST Saturday
Parry Sound 14*
Pembroke 14*
Peterborough Trent University 13*
Big Trout Lake 13*
Pukaskwa 13*
Atikokan 13*
Trenton 12
Sudbury Airport 12
Harrow 11*
Mount Forest 11*
Sault Ste. Marie Airport 10.6
Kingston Airport 9 as of 11:00 p.m. EST Saturday
Hamilton Airport 7 as of 1:00 p.m. EST Saturday