Cornwall Ontario – A humid front of hot liquid filled joy will burst over the Cornwall Ontario region today. Expect rains followed by Thunderstorms starting this morning and into tomorrow. Expect 10-15mm of rain before Sunday which will be even hotter with a humidex over 35. It’s a great weekend
Cornwall Ontario – Cold temperatures and mixed precipitation will make for a messy weekend in the River City. Expect rain, freezing rain, and snow depending on temperature fluctuations. Don’t venture out on long road trips to Toronto unless you’re driving a 4×4! Temps will hover around zero all of Saturday.
CORNWALL ONTARIO – Today will be a fine day to be a duck! Rain, Thunderstorms and even warnings of Tornadoes are featured in Eastern Ontario. The good news is that we should have another rare sunny rain free weekend! Expect highs in the mid 20’s c through early next
Cornwall Ontario – It’s raining. It’s storming. It’s Thundering and pouring. In Cornwall to Morrisburg, buy one umbrella or two if you splurge. The weekend is ruined. It’s wet as rats. Better to snuggle inside with cats. This is karma. This is what happens when you don’t eat bananas. Watch
Cornwall Ontario – Another thunder storm warning for the Cornwall Ontario region from Environment Canada for this afternoon and evening. Expect hail and high winds. A high of 24c is expected in the downtown area. The good news is that there’s not much rain expected overnight. Thursday 15-20mm of rain
Cornwall Ontario – Sinkholes, hail, and now possible Tornados. Just your average Summer day in 2017 Eastern Ontario. Our current sunshine will see clouds and rail start later this afternoon and early evening. Very little rain is expected Monday night. Thursday through the weekend are looking to be wet. Temperatures
Cornwall ONtario – A big drop from 20c to 5c today in the River City. It’s going to be a cool week with intermittent rain, but tonight’s low may hit -2c with a chance of that rain turning into snow. No bus alerts, and it won’t stick, but just
Cornwall Ontario – Spring clean up as over 25mm of heavy rain is expected to fall before Wednesday morning. Thursday a large mass is expected to bring over 50mm of rain to the area when a full rain alert will be posted. Full Spring temperatures are expected early next week