southern Ontario on flood watch
MONTREAL With heavy rain expected to fall in Quebec and Ontario, many rivers in both provinces rivers are at risk of overflowing and flood warnings have been issued.
On Sunday, Environment Canada forecasted that southern Ontario would receive between 25 to 50 mm by Monday morning, adding that “a swath from the Bruce Peninsula across Georgian Bay to Parry Sound and Huntsville could mulberry outlet see amounts of 40 to 60 mm by Monday morning.”
Water resources manager Bryon Keen told QMI Agency that the Moira River was rising at an average of about 13 cm per day and would continue to rise over the next few days, likely to reach its peak early in the week.
The Weather Network said up to 25mm of rain w mulberry outlet ould fa mulberry outlet ll in southern and central Quebec on Sunday, resulting in a flood warning for at least nine rivers in the province. Fifty homes and 80 residents in the town of Saint Lambert de Lauzon were evacuated after the Chaudiere River spilled its banks.
And if you thought you’d seen the last of winter, think again.
Ontario’s Ministry of Natural Resources said Sunday that “southern sections of the northeast may receive a mix o mulberry outlet f rain, freezing rain and snow Sunday evening and could see 5 to 15cm of snow through to Monday.”