It’s a wet start to the summer.
After a dryer than usual Spring, Environment Canada Meteorologist Peter Kimball says we should see lots of precipitation this week and heading into next in Leeds & Grenville, and surrounding areas.
“We’ve had some heavier rainfalls lately so we are actually catching up,” Kimball said. “We’re up to 58 milimetres in the Ottawa area so far this month, so while it has been dry, it has been catching up.”
Kimball says there is a cold front that’s anticipated for Tuesday, but we should get back to average temperatures along with more rain for the rest of the week.
According to Kimball, Tuesday should be the last of the cold weather for the foreseeable future.
“We should bounce back to warmer temperatures by the end of the week, the weather is constantly changing,” Kimball said. “It’s been warmer than average so far this month, but we are seeing this cold front which is just an example of that change.”
To check the latest weather forecasts, head to Environment Canada’s website.