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Alerts in Effect
Severe Thunderstorm WarningIssued at 13:58 Friday 27 May 2016
At 1:58 p.m. EDT, Environment Canada meteorologists are tracking a severe thunderstorm capable of producing very strong wind gusts, pea to dime size hail and heavy rain.
Scattered thunderstorms are developing to the north and west of Lake Ontario. These thunderstorms will be very slow moving this afternoon and are expected to produce rain amounts of 50 mm or more in some locations. Small hail and strong wind gusts are also possible with these thunderstorms.
Special Weather StatementIssued at 14:10 Friday 27 May 2016
A warm and humid airmass is settling into southern Ontario. While heat warning criteria is not expected to be reached in most places, this is the first very warm and humid weather of the season.
These conditions pose a health risk when you are not used to the heat. Everyone is a risk from heat, especially older adults, infants and young children, and people with chronic illnesses. You are advised to (1) drink plenty of cool liquids before feeling thirsty, and (2) keep cool by dressing for the weather and spending a few hours each day in a cool place.
Maximum temperatures will range from 28 to 30 across the regions today and from 29 to 32 Saturday. Overnight lows will range from 17 to 20 tonight and from 18 to 21 Saturday night.
Maximum temperatures Sunday and Monday are forecast to be in the high twenties with overnight lows in the mid to high teens.
Please monitor the latest forecasts and warning from Environment Canada at www.weather.gc.ca.
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