According to weather Canada there is a warning for substantial rainfall in the Windsor, Essex County and Chatham-Kent areas.
The Forecasters have issued a special weather statement, saying a warm front with a low-pressure area is moving through the region tonight.
There is going to be 15 to 25 mm of rain to fall by Tuesday night.
It might cause those areas still frozen to be very dangerous for the water to enter.
On the other hand, the Essex Region Protection Authority has reduced a flood warning to a watch.
The authority says the water is going back to the sea and the levels are down, which seems to be a good sign for now so the watch is being kept.
The flood watch is activated by estimated winds out of the east, southeast at 30 km/hour gusting to 50 km/hour. It covers the east shoreline areas of Leamington and the shoreline areas of Kingsville, Essex and Amherstburg.
There is risk for damage to docks and other shoreline infrastructure on private lands and within marinas.
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