SPECTRUM NEWS VIDEO: When the rains came last April, they hit several areas along Lake Ontario -- both north and south of the border -- particularly hard. That, combined with snowmelt from a 3-foot blizzard in March, led to a very saturated ground and an unsually high level of percipitation through the first half of the year. Director of Meteorology Michael Gouldrick walks you through the historical data and how it impacted floodwaters along the lake in 2017.