The Greater Toronto Area is set to see another soggy and windy morning Friday, with more rain and strong winds in the forecast.

A rainfall warning issued by Environment Canada Thursday night has ended following accumulations of up to 50 mm in some areas, but an additional 10 to 15 mm of rain is expected throughout the day.

Heavy ponding was reported on some roads and highways around the city as a result. No serious collisions have been reported so far.

The city said early Friday that severe rain had caused a wastewater bypass at the Humber treatment plant.

“All wastewater is disinfected and treated per strict provincial and federal regulations,” the city said in a post on X.

A special weather statement remains in effect for the city and officials are advising of wind gusts of up to 70 to 80 km/h tonight. The winds are expected to ease off into Saturday morning as the low-pressure system moves out of the area.

"Strong wind gusts may toss loose objects or cause tree branches to break," Environment Canada said. The agency added that the high winds could also cause power outages.

In terms of temperature, a high of 12 C is expected in Toronto Friday, going down to a low of 4 C overnight.

There’s a 40 per cent chance of showers on Saturday, with partial sunshine and a high of 10 C expected. A high of 15 C is expected on Sunday with a 30 per cent chance of showers.

Next week is expected to start off warm and sunny, with highs of 16 C and 17 C Monday and Tuesday. More rain could be in store Wednesday and Thursday, but temperatures are expected to remain in the high teens.