NIAGARA – Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for Niagara and most of southern Ontario as heavy rains associated with a slow-moving low pressure system approach from the west.
The following is the full text of the statement issued Friday evening by Environment Canada’s Weather Office.
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City of Toronto
Windsor – Essex – Chatham-Kent
Sarnia – Lambton
London – Middlesex
Simcoe – Delhi – Norfolk
Dunnville – Caledonia – Haldimand
Oxford – Brant
City of Hamilton
Halton – Peel
York – Durham
Huron – Perth
Waterloo – Wellington
Dufferin – Innisfil
Saugeen Shores – Kincardine – Southern Bruce County
Hanover – Dundalk – Southern Grey County
Owen Sound – Blue Mountains – Northern Grey County
Barrie – Orillia – Midland
Belleville – Quinte – Northumberland
Kingston – Prince Edward
Peterborough – Kawartha Lakes
Stirling – Tweed – South Frontenac
Bancroft – Bon Echo Park
Brockville – Leeds and Grenville
City of Ottawa
Prescott and Russell
Cornwall – Morrisburg
Smiths Falls – Lanark – Sharbot Lake
Parry Sound – Muskoka
Renfrew – Pembroke – Barry’s Bay
Burk’s Falls – Bayfield Inlet.
A wet end to the summer of 2013
A slow-moving cold online canada pharmacy viagra front will be tracking across Southern Ontario bringing bands of rain at times heavy with isolated thunderstorms to the region.
Rain has begun over southwestern Ontario and iss forecast to begin late this evening over south-central Ontario and will move into eastern Ontario early Saturday morning.
General rainfall amounts are expected to be in the 20 mi,,i,etre to 40 millimetre range, however, locally higher amounts will be possible in areas that receive several bands of rain.
Meteorologists are watching the development of the system closely and will issue further statements or warnings as the situation warrants.
Please monitor the latest forecasts and warnings from Environment Canada at www.weatheroffice.gc.ca.
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