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THROUGH TUESDAY: WIDESPREAD WARNINGS IN EFFECT FOR HEAVY RAIN AND THUNDERSTORM THREAT
Widespread rainfall and patchy fog will continue from Windsor through the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and towards Ottawa through Tuesday. A low-pressure system moved into Ontario Monday afternoon, bringing heavy rainfall across the region and a heightened risk for localized flooding. Special weather statements and rainfall warnings remain in place.
By late morning, rain will have departed the shores of Lake Huron and southwestern Ontario and the rain will come to an end by early afternoon in the GTA, though hanging on for eastern Ontario through the majority of the day.
A few embedded thunderstorms are still possible within the swath of rain as well.
LOOK AHEAD: UNSETTLED CONDITIONS PERSIST WITH NO SIGNS OF HIGH HEAT
Conditions will largely improve by Tuesday night, though with the threat for a passing rain shower at times lingering into the end of the week. Widespread fog is likely to develop Thursday morning as well.
An upper level trough will continue to keep unsettled conditions nearby into the weekend across Ontario, as temperatures also remain seasonably cool into the weekend.
A flashback to this time last year and Toronto’s Pearson Airport had already recorded three days of temperatures over 30°C just a week into June. A couple of warmer days are expected during the middle of next week, though followed by cooler temperatures once again for next weekend.
Stay tuned to The Weather Network for all the latest on conditions across Ontario.
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