As of 8 am On Friday Muskoka Airport Reported 38.5 mm of Rain

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A Colorado low that tracked over Northeastern Ontario on Thursday brought significant rainfall to North Bay and areas from Grey-Bruce northeastwards to Algonquin. Rain started Wednesday night and tapered off Friday.

Some roads in the region are washed out with some people having to be rescued by boat.

The following is a summary of total rainfall amounts received by Environment Canada by 8:00 am EDT on Friday in millimetres.

North Bay: 32.1

Muskoka Airport: 38.5

Collingwood: 27.7

Parry Sound: 47.0

Algonquin Park: 41.1

Bancroft: 45.4

Petawawa: 24.5

Wiarton Airport: 45.0

Barrie: 24.4

 

Following the Colorado low, several slow moving systems that tracked

over the lower Great Lakes Friday also brought significant rainfall

to Eastern Ontario. Rain started Thursday night and tapered off this

morning.

The following is a summary of total rainfall received by Environment

Canada by 8:00 am EDT on Saturday in millimetres.

Ottawa: 39.0

Ottawa climate station: 43.0

Moose Creek Wells: 35.8

Kemptville: 38.5

Brockville Climate: 36.9

Peterborough: 23.8

Kingston: 26.3

Cornwall: 41.4

Vankleek Hill: 40.1

Green Valley: 36.1

Stittsville: 35.6

Carleton Place: 34.3

Carp: 38.6

Drummond Centre: 47.8

Arnprior: 41.7

Pakenham: 35.8

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