Ontario Weather Center

Map of Ontario - south

Brockville - Leeds and Grenville York - Durham Renfrew - Pembroke - Barry's Bay Algonquin Parry Sound - Muskoka Windsor - Essex - Chatham-Kent Niagara Barrie - Orillia - Midland Oxford - Brant Grey - Bruce London - Middlesex Halton - Peel Kingston - Prince Edward Belleville - Quinte - Northumberland Burk's Falls - Bayfield Inlet Dunnville - Caledonia - Haldimand Bancroft - Bon Echo Park Sarnia - Lambton Waterloo - Wellington Simcoe - Delhi - Norfolk Huron - Perth City of Ottawa Smiths Falls - Lanark - Sharbot Lake Stirling - Tweed - South Frontenac Elgin Prescott and Russell City of Hamilton Cornwall - Morrisburg City of Toronto Haliburton Peterborough - Kawartha Lakes Dufferin - Innisfil

Environment Canada is the Canadian government source for weather data. EC publishes weather data, forecasts, maps, watches and advisories. This page is designed as a portal to access to that data.

The map at the top/right is from public alerts section of weather.gc.ca, the official weather website for Canada. While not a true “point forecast” it is the lower half of Ontario is broken into 33 subsections, so the forecast is pretty precise.

Weather Warnings will show in red, Watches in yellow, and gray indicates that a special weather statement has been issued for the area. Click on any section of the map for a precise forecast for that zone.

There are more than 30 ski areas in Ontario. Several fall roughly in the triangle bounded by Toronto, Ottawa and North Bay.

Mount St. Louis/Moonstone is and Horseshoe are relatively close to Toronto.

Sir Sam’s and Hidden Valley Highlands are farther north near Algonquin Park.

Calabogie Peaks is toward Ottawa. Antoine Mountain is close to North Bay and Searchmont is near Lake Superior in Sault-Ste Marie.

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