Showers and non-severe thunderstorm risk for Ontario this weekend
Saturday, May 3, 2014, 7:08 AM -
All told, it's been a gloomy week in Ontario.
While the at-times heavy rain of Tuesday and Wednesday is a memory, glimpses of the sun have been few and far between this week, with showers here and there throughout the province.
Saturday will be no different, with scattered showers expected to continue throughout the day, with heavier amounts of rain in eastern Ontario, including the national capital region.
"The rain will continue through the overnight, becoming more isolated through Sunday morning and clearing through the afternoon," Weather Network meteorologist Matt Grinter said Saturday morning.
There will also be a risk of isolated, non-severe thunderstorms for parts of southern Ontario in the afternoon and early evening.
And after the showers, Grinter says the start of next week will be rosier than the start of the past one.
"Once the rain clears out Sunday, fair and calm conditions will be present early to mid next week," he said.
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