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Toronto Raptors buckets aren’t the only thing that will be raining tonight.
Sports enthusiasts are now preparing for what could be the biggest night in Toronto Raptors history, and eager fans have been lining up for Jurassic Park since Saturday.
But unfortunately, those planning on watching the game at either Jurassic Park or at one of the many outdoor viewing parties are in for a wet and stormy evening, as there’s a risk of rain and thunderstorms tonight, according to Environment Canada.
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Around 2 pm, the chance of showers and thunderstorms will begin, and the rainfall amounts could reach up to 15 mm. The rain will also be accompanied by winds of up to 40 km/h.
Environment Canada says the showers will taper off around 8 pm, but there’s still a chance of more rain later in the evening. However, the wind will stick around and will reach up to 60 km/h.
Regardless of where you end up watching the big game tonight, make sure to dress appropriately, and pack a poncho or an umbrella.
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