‘Wet, dull and dreary day’ expected in Hamilton and Niagara Region

A special weather statement is in effect for Hamilton and Niagara regions as significant rainfall heads toward the Golden Horseshoe.

Environment Canada says a “large and moisture laden Texas low” is expected to track towards the Great Lakes Tuesday, crossing Lake Huron and Georgian Bay into Central Ontario.

Hamilton, Niagara Falls, Welland, St. Catharines and Grimsby will likely get about 20 to 30 millimetres of rain, resulting in a “wet, dull and dreary day”, according to the weather agency.

Kelly Noseworthy got some tips on how to protect yourself from flooding as we head into the spring season.


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Sandra says:

Couple days to lead us into a hmm week of some sort.