Wednesday, October 13th 2021, 7:49 pm - As the moisture is nearly 4,000 kilometres away from southern Ontario, this is a story that'll come to fruition as we push towards the weekend.
As Pamela's structure dissolved over the mountainous terrain of Mexico on Wednesday, its moisture feed did not, tracking through the country through the day.
As the moisture is more than 3,000 kilometres away from southern Ontario, this is a story that'll come to fruition as we push towards the weekend.
Texas felt the sting of that storm's remnants Wednesday, with excessive rainfall triggering flash flood watches over a swath of the state running from the border with Mexico northeastward into Oklahoma and Arkansas.
Ontario, meanwhile, carries some non-severe storm risk Thursday, but that's unrelated to the incoming deluges, which will still be a couple of days away.
By Friday, we get another low developing across the central U.S., near the Mississippi Valley. This is the final baton pass that will bring a heavy round of rain across Ontario through Saturday.
Rainfall amounts are still murky, but the highest rainfall amounts might exceed 40 mm through Saturday, but check back for some sensible forecast revision(s) over the coming days.