It's quite the change from what most Ontarians have been used to this summer. Cool and wet weather has dominated the region this week and it looks like more wet weather is on tap this weekend.
For many, the first day back to school was a little unpredictable. The day started on a hot note with temperatures pushing the 30 degree mark. By the early afternoon hours though, a cold front swept through bringing heavy rain and damaging winds with it.
While conditions have improved significantly, temperatures have struggled to reach the 20 degree mark all week. Temperatures will continue to climb into Saturday, but another low pressure system will begin to move in late Saturday night.
While most of the rain is expected to fall during the overnight hours, the unsettled conditions will continue on Sunday. Most places across the region can expect some scattered showers throughout the day.
Meanwhile, residents in northern Ontario are already feeling the stormy weather. A rainfall warning was issued earlier today for areas including Thunder Bay, Dryden, Fort Frances and Sioux Lookout. Some places could see upwards of 35 mm of rain through the evening and overnight hours.
To stay up-to-date on the weather in your area head to our Ontario Cities Index.
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