Additional thunderstorm warnings issued in southern Ontario
Tuesday, June 17, 2014, 7:27 PM -
Severe storms roared through southern Ontario Tuesday prompting tornado watches and warnings.
The line of strong to severe thunderstorms fired up in the mid afternoon, impacting the evening commute in several places.
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A lot of rain was dumped over a short period of time along with strong, damaging winds that tore the roofs off of houses in Angus and spurred about 30,000 power outages across the region.
The storms impacted a wide area with communities experiencing varying degrees of severity.
Tornado pic at Owen Sound airport, and Lightning strike at Bruce Power sent by listeners to Bayshore news. pic.twitter.com/uVfULJIJCR— Bayshore News (@NewsBayshore) June 17, 2014
The first round of storms to impact southern Ontario pushed into the Bruce Peninsula area Tuesday morning. York Regional Police said four people were injured at Bethesda Grange Golf Course as lightning struck the area early afternoon.
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