Heavy rain expected in Windsor-Essex, prompting special weather statement

The Windsor-Essex region could see up to 55 mm of rain by Tuesday, according to Environment Canada. (Canadian Press File Photo - image credit)
The Windsor-Essex region could see up to 55 mm of rain by Tuesday, according to Environment Canada. (Canadian Press File Photo - image credit)

The Windsor-Essex region could see significant rainfall, prompting Environment Canada to issue a special weather statement Monday.

The weather authority predicts about  25 to 50 mm of rainfall by Tuesday morning in Windsor-Essex, Chatham-Kent and Sarnia-Lambton.

Rain and possible thunderstorms are expected Monday afternoon and into Tuesday morning.

Environment Canada said a cold front is moving through from the west, bringing precipitation with it.

Rainfall warnings may come later in the day.

Environment Canada
Environment Canada

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