July 10 Weather: Remnants of Hurricane Beryl to drench southern Ontario


Published July 9, 2024 at 10:12 pm

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Here comes the rain and more rain, and then some more rain in Mississauga and southern Ontario.

The remnants of Hurricane Beryl will hit the area hard as a torrential downpour of the wet stuff is expected overnight and throughout Wednesday (July 10) as a rainfall warning has been issued for most of the southern part of the province according to the latest weather forecast by Environment Canada.

Rains, which could amount to 30 to 40 mm, will be heavy throughout the day with the risk of a thunderstorm. Winds will become east at 20 km/h late in the morning.

The temperature will dip a fair bit as a high of 23 degrees Celsius is expected, through it will feel more like 30 degrees with the humidity.

The UV index will be 2 or low.

Periods of rain will continue into the evening with another 10 to 15 mm expected to fall. Winds will be east at 20 km/hr gusting to 40 km/hr before becoming lighter closer to midnight.

The overnight low will be 19 degrees Celsius.

The sun will rise at 5:47 a.m. in the morning and then set in the evening at 9:01 p.m., giving us 15 hours and 14 minutes of daylight time.

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