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Wawa - White River - Pukaskwa


Sault Ste. Marie - Superior East


Special weather summary for parts of Ontario


Weather summary
for Ontario and the National Capital Region
updated by Environment Canada
at 2:12 a.m. EDT Tuesday 25 July 2017.


A moisture laden low pressure system soaked parts of Northeastern 
Ontario Sunday, then parts of Eastern Ontario Monday. 

In addition, thunderstorms soaked the Mount Forest area Sunday. 

Total rainfall amounts of 25 millimetres or more received by 
Environment Canada as of 2.00 AM are shown below. 
Location and Total Rainfall Amount in millimetres 

Environment and Climate Change Canada Measurements 
Wawa 32.4 
Lake Superior Provincial Park 44.8 
Sault Ste. Marie 47.8 
Sudbury 40.4 
North Bay 34.3 
Pembroke 43.7 
Brockville 102 
Kingston 102.4 
Ottawa Airport 79.0 
Kemptville 71.3 
Mount Forest 36.6 

CoCoRaHS Measurements (as of 6.00 PM Monday) 
Elliot Lake 35.3 
Key Harbour (NE corner of Georgian Bay) 32.0 
Hilton Beach on St. Joseph Island 33.5 
Godfrey (north of Bellrock) 104.6 
Chaffeys Lock 71.9 
Portland 43.7 
Plevna 29.7 
South Mountain (near Hainsville) 33.0 
NE of Mount Forest 46.7 

CoCoRaHS (Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow) is a network 
of volunteer weather observers. 

Other Volunteer Measurements 
Near Gananoque 134

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial 
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.


Wawa, Chapleau, Hornepayne, White River Bus Cancellations

All bussing for Wawa, Chapleau and Hornepayne areas are running as per schedule.
national advisories National Advisory Legend

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