More rain in the forecast for Ottawa
More rain is in the forecast for Ottawa today, one day after a severe thunderstorm left a trail of destruction across the capital.
Ottawa received 15 mm of rain on Saturday, and maximum wind speeds were clocked at 120 km/h.
Environment Canada's forecast calls for showers to begin near 12 p.m. and continue through the afternoon. High 20 C.
Tonight will be mainly cloudy with a chance of showers. Low 6 C.
Another cloudy day is in the forecast for Monday, with a high of 18 C.
The outlook for Tuesday is cloudy and a high of 19 C, with more rain in the forecast for Wednesday.
The normal temperatures for this time of year are a high of 21 C and a low of 10 C.
Ottawa Bylaw says another 22 vehicles were towed out of downtown Ottawa on Saturday and more than 150 parking tickets were issued as the city’s vehicle control zone remains in effect.
Environment Canada’s weather forecast for the capital calls for a mainly sunny sky, just a few clouds, and a high of 24 C with little humidex. The UV index is 8, or very high.
With Canada Day festivities in the books, it's time to look ahead to the many festivals and events happening in the Ottawa area throughout the summer.