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Wednesday October 30th, 2013

Posted at 8:51pm

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You will need to bring an umbrella when you take the kids trick or treating this year.

Environment Canada says that a developing ‘Colorado low’ pressure area will make its way towards Ontario tonight, ushering in a wet windy but warmer Thursday.

Periods of rain are slated to begin tonight across Southwestern Ontario reaching Western Lake Ontario just before dawn Thursday and Eastern Ontario near noon.

Environment Canada warns that trick or treaters may have a rather wet time during the evening hours especially in a swath extending from Southwestern Ontario northeast through Georgian Bay and the Nickel Belt.

General rainfall amounts of 20 to 40 millimetres are expected across much of Southern Ontario by the time the rain tapers off Friday.

Overnight Thursday, winds are expected to strengthen and gusts to 80 km/h will be possible for areas near the shores of the Great Lakes.

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