The Toronto and Region Conservatory Authority warns Toronto of potential flooding and hazardous conditions as double digit temperatures and steady rainfall are set for today.
Environment Canada predicts 15 to 20 millimeters of rain will fall on the city with temperatures spiking as high as 12 degrees.
The TRCA says that since many rivers and streams are still covered in ice. The melting combines with the rain could lead to floods.
Ice jams have already been reported in the Humber River near Old Mill and Duffins Creek near Brock Road in Pickering.
The flood outlook is in effect until Saturday.