Freezing rain possible for Timmins and area

Freezing rain possible for Timmins and area

Freezing rain possible for Timmins and area

Flooding was expected Friday morning in Drayton, primarily near the fairgrounds, with peak water levels expected during the early afternoon hours.

Environment Canada is warning that following the passage of a cold front this afternoon, rain will change to snow and there will be a hard freeze as temperatures plummet.

Environment Canada has issued a flash freeze warning for the entire province, rainfall warnings for Queens and Prince counties and a freezing rain warning for Prince County. There may also be a brief period of freezing rain during the changeover from rain to snow.


There's a snowfall warning for areas along the St. Lawrence River such as Kingston, Brockville and Cornwall, with up to 20 centimetres possible by Saturday afternoon.

A high of -10 C is in the forecast for Toronto on Saturday and the city will see a high of -11 C on Sunday.

"With the much colder air moving in on Friday, icy conditions on roads and sidewalks are likely due to the freezing of residual water from either melted snow or rain".

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