Muskoka Has Received 39 Millimetres Of Rain As Of 1 pm

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Photo From Michael Kirkpatrick on Twitter

A moisture laden low from Texas brought significant rainfall along with mild temperatures this morning.

Record high temperatures for Saturday, January 11 are in the following table.

 

Toronto Pearson Airport

New record 11.9

Old record 11.7 (set in 1975)

 

London Airport

New record 11.7

Old record 11.1 (1975)

 

Toronto Buttonville Airport

New record 11.3

Old record 7.4 (2008)

 

Oshawa Airport

New record 11.3

Old record 10.0 (1975)

 

Waterloo-Wellington

New record 11.6

Old record 11.5 (2018)

 

Sarnia Airport

New record 11.8

Old record 11.7 (2018)

 

Welland-Pelham

New record 14.5

Old record 14.0 (2018)

 

Burlington Pier

New record 13.6

Old record 12.9 (2018)

 

Delhi

New record 13.9

Old record 11.2 (2017)

 

Peterborough Airport

New record 12.0

Old record 11.0 (1975)

 

Cobourg

New record 10.8

Old record 10.0 (2018)

 

Summary of total rainfall amounts as of 2.00 AM Sunday, January12 in millimetres:

University of Waterloo 81.8

King City 75.0

Guelph 65.2

London 64.2

Sarnia 63.0

Windsor 60.9

Toronto Billy Bishop Airport 60.4

Trenton 60.2

Toronto Pearson Airport 59.0

Oshawa 57.3

Peterborough Trent University 56.1

Toronto City 55.3

Peterborough Airport 53.4

Point Pelee 52.6

Goderich 52.2

Moose Creek Wells 49.6

Waterloo Airport 48.3

Delhi 45.4

Harrow 43.8

Bancroft 42.4

Muskoka 39.0

Kingston 38.1

Ridgetown 37.9

Ottawa Airport 34.1

Beatrice 25.6

 

Summary of total rainfall amounts received from Grand River 
Conservation Authority as of 2.00 AM Sunday, January 12 in 
millimetres: 
 
Wellesley 81.8 
Arthur 77.4 
Elora 75.2 
Paris 60.6 
 
Summary of freezing rain accretion in millimetres: 
 
Shelburne 20 to 22 
Hopeville 20 
Melancthon 17 
Orangeville 6

 

 

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