The good news is that we won’t get much rain today, maybe a few showers.
The bad news is that high water levels will be around for some time.
Quinte Conservation has issued a flood warning for all rivers and streams and the rivers will
continue to rise through tomorrow or Tuesday even if we receive no rain today.
Parts of several roads in the region are blocked due to spot flooding. County Road 28, east of Rossmore is closed from Highway 62 to Weatherhead Road.
The City of Belleville is contacting some residents of Foxboro in flood-prone areas and is ready to help sandbag their properties. Anyone with issues should call the Belleville Fire Department.
Streets and trails around Meyers Pier and South George Street remain closed.
Lake Ontario and Bay of Quinte water levels are almost at one in a hundred year levels and won’t recede significantly until early or mid-summer.
Significant portions of the beaches at the Sandbanks, North Beach, and Presquile Provincial Parks are under water.