(NORTHERN ONTARIO) – Following the Flood Statement issued yesterday, we are now expecting heavy ran to slam Thunder Bay and numerous towns east and west of here. Flooding is possible.
Below is a list of cities/towns that are effected. Yesterday’s flood statement is linked at the end of this article.
Special weather statement in effect for:
- City of Thunder Bay
- Cloud Bay – Dorion
- Kakabeka Falls – Whitefish Lake – Arrow Lake
- Marathon – Schreiber
- Nipigon – Rossport
- Beardmore – Jellicoe – Macdiarmid
- Gull Bay – Black Sturgeon Lake
- Atikokan – Shebandowan – Quetico Park
- Upsala – Raith
- Seine River Village – Mine Centre
- Ignace – English River
- Geraldton – Longlac – Caramat
- Manitouwadge – Hornepayne
- Wawa – Pukaskwa Park
- White River – Dubreuilville
Mild temperatures and potentially heavy rain this evening through Thursday night.
Rain, heavy at times, is forecast to begin this evening. With temperatures hovering just above the freezing mark, a brief period of freezing rain may occur. However, temperatures will slowly rise tonight ensuring only rain by Thursday morning.
Rainfall amounts in the 15 to 30 mm range are expected by the time the rain transitions to snow Thursday night. The heaviest rainfall amounts are forecast near the north shore of Lake Superior through this period.
The heavy rain will combine with mild temperatures in the high single digits to result in potentially significant snowmelt and localized ponding on streets and other low lying areas.
The heavy rain and mild temperatures are associated with a strong Colorado low that will transition across northern Ontario Thursday through Thursday night.
(THUNDER BAY, ON) - The Lakehead Region Conservation Authority has issued a Flood Outlook Statement for the Lakehead Region including: Thunder Bay Neebing Oliver Paipoonge Shuniah O'Connor Conmee Gillies Dorion Temperatures are expected to rise with light precipitation starting overnight on Tuesday. Approximately 20 to 35 millimetres of precipitation is…