There's a wet weekend a head of us in northwestern Ontario. Peter Kimbell from Environment Canada had the details.
"We've already had about 14 mm overnight. Then it becomes cool for the next couple of days. I dare say Saturday night, even Sunday morning, there is even the chance for a few snowflakes. I'm sorry to say it, but it's true,"
He added that there is also more rain on the horizon.
"We have more rain in store for Saturday. Ending probably Saturday afternoon, and then a bit of a break. Then we're looking for another area of precipitation, and there could be a few snow flurries in that band on Saturday night," he said.
Kimbell said we're expecting a low of zero fro Saturday, normal low for this time of year is plus 6, but the lowest temperature on record for September 22 in Kenora is minus 4.