Flooding warning continues in certain regions of Ontario
Parts of Ontario in the cottage country and Ottawa are in a state of emergency after a flood hit the town of Bracebridge earlier this week.
Environment Canada has issued a rainfall warning for Bracebridge which will receive 40 millimetres of rain. With the new onslaught of rain, lakes and the Muskoka River may rise to dangerous levels.
With high levels of water in the Ottawa river and the oncoming heavy rainfall, Ottawa officials have declared a state of emergency.
Environment Canada forecasts up to 35 millimetres of rainfall for Ottawa.
Other regions in Ontario that are bracing for possible flooding are areas between central Ontario and northern New Brunswick.