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AWCN11 CWTO 300114
Updated weather summary for all of Southern Ontario and the
National Capital Region issued by Environment Canada
At 8:15 PM EST Tuesday 29 November 2011.

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==weather event discussion==

A moisture laden low pressure area that originated over the
southeastern states will move across Eastern Ontario into Southern
Quebec by Wednesday morning. This system brought a large and well
organized area of rain with it. Southwestern Ontario was soaked the
most with rainfall amounts as high as 81.2 mm at Windsor airport.
Freezing rain has appeared as expected over areas east of
Northern Georgian Bay into Algonquin Park.

Below are some unofficial total rain amounts as of 7.00 PM today
unless otherwise noted.

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Location rainfall amount (mm)

Windsor 81.2
Harrow 67.7
Sarnia 57.3
Thedford (S Grand Bend) 21.0 (as of 8 AM)
Goderich 31.1
Mount Forest 43.8
Ridgetown 72.2
New Glasgow (se Rodney) 47.0
London 58.8
Tillsonburg 25.6 (as of 8 AM)
Dorchester 24.6 (as of 8 AM)
Delhi 49.5
Waterloo intl airport 53.1
Elora 44.9
Hamilton 44.0
Hamilton botanical gardens 42.3
Grimsby mountain 46.1
Beamsville 35.4 (as of 6 PM)
Port Weller 28.4
Welland 22.4
Toronto Pearson 45.6
Buttonville airport 41.4
Toronto Island 44.9
Toronto city 42.5
Toronto East York 39.4 (as of 6 PM)
Oshawa 39.8
Cobourg 27.7
Peterborough 43.6
Trenton 28.7
Collingwood 38.3
Orillia 39.8 (as of 5 PM)
Barrie 38.1
Muskoka 32.9
Beatrice 24.2
Parry Sound 20.8 (possible freezing rain)
Algonquin Park 34.6 (freezing rain since 5 PM)
Bancroft 39.6
Petawawa 23.0
Pembroke 29.3
Ottawa airport 21.2
Ottawa city 19.9

This weather summary contains preliminary information
And may not constitute an official or final report.

END/OSPC

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