Canada 50-100 mm of rain en route to Atlantic Canada, flooding risk for some

06:40  30 november  2020
06:40  30 november  2020 Source:   theweathernetwork.com

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Monday: flooding risk as rain continues. Between 50 to 75 mm of rain is expected for parts of cottage country. Parry Sound, Bancroft and Kingston will see between 30 A blocking pattern in the North Atlantic and a slow-moving subtropical storm offshore of the U.S. will cause a system to

Burton, I., Floods in Canada (2015). In The Canadian Encyclopedia. The main cause of river flooding is excessive runoff following heavy rains . The rate of runoff can be increased by Some 300 locations throughout Canada were mapped and these documents were made available to flood -plain

A storm that will bring a swath of heavy snow, rain and strong winds across Ontario and Quebec is also targeting Atlantic Canada. Rain will infiltrate the western Maritimes Monday night, becoming widespread through the region Tuesday, along with intense wind gusts. Effects from the Texas low will makes its way into Newfoundland Wednesday afternoon. Meanwhile, Labrador will see a swath of heavy snow and an extended period of freezing rain from the system. Details and timing, below.


  • Rain pushes into the Maritimes Monday evening, 50-100 mm for some
  • Winds to pick up Tuesday, with 60-80 km/h gusts in Maritimes
  • Precipitation reaches Newfoundland Wednesday afternoon
  • Heavy snow, prolonged freezing rain in Labrador


Rain from the low will edge its way into New Brunswick and Nova Scotia Monday evening, picking up in intensity in the overnight hours. The rain will be widespread across the Maritimes on Tuesday morning.

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Atlantic Canada remains the target of an active storm track, as a shift in the atmospheric pattern across the country places an upper trough over Heavy rain continues into early Monday for much of Newfoundland. Amounts in excess of 100 mm possible for some . Wind gusts in excess of 100 km/h

Many Maritimers can expect power outages or flooding this weekend as the Atlantic season's first named storm approaches Atlantic Canada , bringing heavy rain and high winds. Chris Fogarty, with the Canadian Hurricane Centre, said much of New Brunswick could get 50 to 100 mm of rain , with

Because of the near stationary nature of the system, rain will persist in the Maritimes until Wednesday afternoon. When all is said and done, sustantial amounts are expected to accumulate in parts of the region.

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The heaviest rain will fall over cental and southern New Brunswick, where 50-100 mm is expected. Southwestern Nova Scotia may pick up 50 mm, with less as you head east, where pockets of central and eastern sections seeing 20-30 mm of rain.

“Flash flooding and localized flooding are a near certainty,” says The Weather Network meteorologist Tyler Hamilton.

Meanwhile, Newfoundland won't see the effects of the low until Wednesday afternoon, with rain pushing into the island. Rainfall amounts will also be considerable for portions of the province, with the heaviest expected in southwestern Newfoundland. Parts of this region could see 50-100 mm by the time the system pushes out Thursday.

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20 km north of Deer Lake. Heavy rains in Atlantic Canada lead to flooding and power outages. As per Environment Canada , frozen ground has a reduced ability to absorb the moisture, which, combined with unseasonably mild temperatures in some areas, lead to flooding and runoff.

The history of flooding in Canada includes floods caused by snowmelt runoff or freshet flooding , storm- rainfall and "flash flooding ", ice jams during ice formation and spring break-up, natural dams

As well, winds will be quite blustery Tuesday across the Maritimes. Gusts of 60-80 km/h are expected in New Brunswick, P.E.I, and southern Nova Scotia. They may even hit 100 km/h in extreme southern portions of New Brunswick and southwestern Nova Scotia.

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While most of Atlantic Canada will see precipitation manifest as rain from the low, Labrador is in line to get a hefty shot of snow and possibly 8-12 hours of freezing rain. Special weather statements are in place.

Snow will move in Monday evening and continue Tuesday, with accumulations expected to hit 15-20 cm by the time the system moves out.

The freezing rain will pick up Tuesday with the peak of it occurring in the overnight. The wintry mix of snow, freezing rain and rain is expected to persist over much of Labrador into later this week.

Beyond, temperatures will trend cooler in Atlantic Canada late-week, but still above seasonal.

Check back as we continue to monitor the approach of these systems.

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