UPDATE: Sarnia-Lambton escapes worst of early season snowstorm
Much of southern Ontario got an early taste of winter Sunday.
A low pressure system from the American Midwest resulted in winter travel advisories and snowfall warnings being issued from Windsor to Ottawa.
An advisory for Sarnia-Lambton ended just after 5:30 p.m.
Environment Canada said the system dumped about eight centimetres, three inches, of snow in Sarnia.
London received 13 centimetres, five inches, while further east in Toronto a record for November 22 of 19 centimetres, seven-and-a-half inches, of snow fell.
Brampton got 24 centimetres, over nine inches.