The City of Drummondville, Quebec is contending with a flood risk.
Water levels in the Saint-François River are on the rise after precipitation combined with mild temperatures.
At this time the level is in the "Watch" phase.
A landslide also occurred at Mont-Blanc in the Laurentians following the overflow of a stream.
Drummondville was just one of many areas that saw significant rain from a low pressure system that moved through the province over the weekend.
Montreal Airport: 19 mm
Saint-Jovite: 58 mm
L'Assomption: 23 mm
Trois-Rivières: 25 mm
Shawinigan: 30 mm
Lemieux: 24 mm
Quebec City: 34 mm
Beauport: 36 mm
There were also several maximum temperature records broken on December 31.
Previous record of 6.1 in 2004
Records in this area have been kept since 1913
Previous record of 1.1 in 2003
Records in this area have been kept since 1947
Previous record of 5.2 in 2003
Records in this area have been kept since 1915
Data Source: Environment and Climate Change Canada