Ottawa·Weather

Not as much rain as Sunday, but it'll still be wet

We likely won't come close to Sunday night's deluge, but it'll still be a wet Monday in Ottawa and Gatineau.

The good news: after today, it starts to warm up

Didn't get enough rain Sunday? Well, good news for you, because there's more on the way today. (Tina Lovgreen/CBC)

We likely won't come close to Sunday night's deluge, but it'll still be a wet Monday in Ottawa and Gatineau.

Environment Canada expects a few showers to end late this afternoon, giving way to cloudy skies and a slim chance of some more showers.

It'll be windy, and the daytime high will reach about 5 C, well below normal for this time of year.

Overnight, expect cloudy skies, another chance of showers and a low of –2 C with a wind chill of –8.

After today, things warm start to warm up. Expect sunshine on both Tuesday and Wednesday, with daytime highs in the low double digits.

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