Saturday, October 26th 2019, 7:54 pm - While the heavy rain is expected to taper off, high wind gusts are expected for parts of Ontario.
The remnants of tropical storm Olga are making for a rainy Sunday for most of Southern Ontario, including the Greater Toronto Area.
A flood warning was issued for the GTA early Sunday morning, after 24 to 44 mm of rain fell through the region overnight. Heavy rain can be expected to continue through Sunday morning, but is expected to taper off in the afternoon.
For timing and details on the forthcoming soggy weather, as well as a look at the tricky Halloween forecast that could bring snow, read below.
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- Soaking rain continues into Sunday morning; an additional 15 mm expected
- Gusty winds pick up into Sunday, strongest in Lake Erie and Niagara region
- Halloween forecast still up in the air
- Flood warning in effect for Southern Ontario; stay on top of the ALERTS in your area
Southern and Eastern Ontario saw between 24 to 44 mm of rainfall overnight and an additional 15 mm is expected to fall throughout Sunday morning in some parts of the region.
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The Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TCRA) issued a flood warning early Sunday morning, warning residents to expect high water levels and slippery banks along all area rivers through till Monday.
Rivers within the GTA will be continuing to experience higher flows and water levels, resulting in hazardous conditions, according to the TRCA.
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The good news is Sunday won’t be a complete washout, with clearing expected for the southwest in the morning and through the afternoon hours in southern areas. Temperatures will remain on the mild side Sunday, with many areas hitting the mid-teens.