STORM WATCH: Severe Weather Risk Sunday
Updated: Jul 25, 2022
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LAST UPDATE: 8:00 PM, July 24 2022
NEXT UPDATE: 11:30 PM, July 24 2022
Severe thunderstorms are expected to develop across Southern Ontario this afternoon and evening. Some thunderstorms may produce damaging wind gusts up to 100 km/h, large hail, and the potential for an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out.
Have a plan in place and know where to take shelter in the event that severe weather strikes.
Environment Canada Thunderstorm Outlook
Environment Canada's Thunderstorm Outlook shows most of Southern Ontario under the Moderate/Yellow threat. They say that the main threat with the severe thunderstorms will be damaging winds, and large hail will be a lesser threat. They also mention that the development of tornadoes with these thunderstorms is not out of the question.
Severe Weather Outlook
Our Severe Weather Outlook for today highlights a large area of Southern Ontario under the Moderate/Orange category, and the remainder of the province under the Elevated/Yellow category.
Under the Moderate/Orange category, the main threats will be damaging winds up to 100 km/h, heavy rainfall, the potential for large hail, and the risk of an isolated tornado.
Under the Elevated/Yellow category, the main threats will be damaging winds up to 90 km/h, heavy rainfall, and the potential for small hail.
Weather Alerts in Effect
Environment Canada has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for Southern Ontario. More details are available here.