2017 163.4 mm
2016 67.6 mm
2015 71 mm
2014 186 mm
2013 131.5 mm
July 24 – So far: 97.663 mm
Warning: Dalton Av is shut down between Division St and Sir John A MacDonald Blvd due to flooding. Please find alternate route. #ygk
A Bed Bath & Beyond employee paddle boards in the parking at Riocan to assist a stuck vehicle. #ygk pic.twitter.com/cHacLEyQJC— Make It Home YGK (@YGKTraffic) July 24, 2017
still power out, due to flooding...🚓 Just witnessed this driver bypass a clearly marked closure and get stuck on Gardiners Rd underpass. Unreal! pic.twitter.com/ePTIUWRWqk— Make It Home YGK (@YGKTraffic) July 24, 2017
|Well, there is a storm front!|
|Lots of fields still have standing water from|
June and July.(Photo: July 20/17)
July 17 –We're wet while B.C. burns
#BCfires - 40,000 evacuated. $80,000,000 spent. 160+ fires burning. Courage of firefighters & volunteers: without measure— Nathan Cullen (@nathancullen) July 17, 2017
July 14 – farmers are having issues around Ottawa, trying to harvest hay.
July 12Fires continue out west. The community, about two hours west of Williams Lake, isn't far from the 5,000-hectare Gustafsen fire. It's also near several out-of-control fires in the Hanceville area.
We began the day, again, with fog. More showers on the way. You can see how the moisture built up!
July 11 We had 4.6 mm
B.C. Wildfires – in contrast to wet Ontario
Interactive map of active wildfires in B.C.
July 9 – 1.778 mm!
July 8 - We had 10 mm in the wee hours of the morning, resulting in a long line of power outages across Muskoka. Hail in southern Ontario
B.C. has forest fires: There were 178 wildfires larger than 0.01 hectares around B.C. on Friday, according to the B.C. Wildfire Service. The service said there were 138 confirmed wildfire starts in one day across the province, mostly in the central Interior.
July 1 – more rain: 12.7 mm for Canada Day celebrations!
It was a pond on Parliament Hill.
Ottawa's Canada Day 2017 in pictures https://t.co/whEdXyb39h #ottnews #ottawa pic.twitter.com/m8iMfJ6BJD— CBC Ottawa (@CBCOttawa) July 2, 2017