The remnants of Tropical Storm Olga were felt across Southern Ontario on the weekend with rainy and windy conditions.
Environment Canada says between 30 and 60 mm of rain fell across the region including the Greater Toronto Area.
Wind gusts were up to 80 km/h in some locations with a peak of 104 km/h recorded at Port Colborne on Lake Erie.
Olga formed in the Gulf of Mexico several days ago and made landfall in Louisiana before quickly churning northward toward the Great Lakes.
Forecasters are calling for more wet weather and cooler conditions by Halloween.