Snow squall warning ends in Ottawa

A snow squall warning for Ottawa issued Tuesday morning has ended.

A snow squall warning for Ottawa issued Tuesday morning has ended.

Flurries were expected to be heavy at times, according to the warning posted on Environment Canada's website Tuesday morning.

About 10 to 15 centimetres of snow were expected to fall, Environment Canada said at the time.

The warning ended at noon, by which time about four centimetres of snow was recorded to have fallen at the Ottawa airport.

Winds were blowing west at about 20 kilometres per hour in Ottawa Tuesday morning.

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