Toronto watched by severe thunderstorm as tornadoes approach Ontario
Despite deceptively beautiful sunny weather in Toronto right now, the city has just been put on severe thunderstorm warning, with “dangerous” weather expected to hit the region in the late afternoon and early evening.
The Weather Network warns of “a complex of storms” that could include high winds and even tornadoes for parts of the province, particularly those just west of Toronto bordering Lake Huron.
Meteorologists predict heavy showers, lightning and hail of up to 2 cm everywhere from Thunder Bay to Ottawa, including the cottages, Barrie, the GTA, London and Windsor.
From South #Ontario, pack your garden items, stay indoors and be informed of weather alerts from 5 p.m. Our environment is favorable for tornadoes and destructive winds in a straight line in several turns, I will follow live @weathernetwork # ONstorm #ONwx pic.twitter.com/s47xxagQCl
– Rachel Modestino TWN (@ThatMetGirl) September 7, 2021
Some areas will experience 20 to 40 mm of precipitation and winds of 100 km / h, with the Toronto area expected to be affected just after sunset until shortly after midnight, when the systems weaken and move towards the North. is.
But, a second wave should arrive a few hours later, just before dawn tomorrow morning.
It’s currently a summery 25C in the city, which looks like 29 with humidity, with only a few clouds – but as anyone who has lived here for a while will know, that can easily change on the fly. , as we have seen throughout most of July.
So if you were planning on going out at all today, try to enjoy it for the next few hours while you can, and keep your fingers crossed that the weather conditions change or pass quickly.