Soggy, potentially stormy weather returns to Ontario as we approach the halfway mark of September.
A low will bring a hefty soaking to parts of Ontario through Tuesday, with some areas potentially seeing up to 50 mm of rain. Rainfall warnings are in place for northeastern sections of the province.
Tuesday to Wednesday
Timing: Through Wednesday
Location: northeastern, central and southern Ontario
Weather: Persistent rain is expected for northeastern and central Ontario through Tuesday as a low-pressure system moves into the province. These areas could see 30-50 mm of rain once it is all said and done on Wednesday, which will be a lighter day.
In southern areas, it’ll be a bit more scattered with the heaviest time period being Tuesday morning and afternoon. Once the front moves out, there will still be the risk for some scattered precipitation but the heaviest will have finished. There will also be the chance for a few rumbles of thunder embedded with this rain, as well.
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