Weather Statement in Effect for Mississauga
Significant rain possible from Sunday through to Monday in Mississauga.
The remnants of tropical depression Gordon are expected to affect parts of Southern Ontario Sunday and Monday.
Rain is forecast to begin over extreme Southwestern Ontario Sunday morning, reaching the Golden Horseshoe Sunday evening. The rain could be heavy at times with total rainfall amounts in the 30 to 60 mm range possible by Monday night.
These higher amounts will likely be just north of Lakes Erie and Ontario and along the St. Lawrence River valley.
There is still considerable uncertainty in the timing and track of this weather system. Rainfall warnings may be required for some areas as the event draws nearer.
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