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Thunderstorms continue to rumble across northern Ontario, push south Monday evening

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Sunday, May 25, 2014, 5:27 PM -

The same low pressure system that brought isolated thunderstorm watches and warnings to southern parts of the Prairies Saturday, is bringing showers and thunderstorms to southern Manitoba and northwestern Ontario Sunday. 

"Like yesterday, there is a slight chance for isolated severe thunderstorms, with heavy downpours and hail to northwestern Ontario," said Weather Network meteorologist Brian Dillon.

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Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for Sioux Lookout, Red Lake and Ear Falls, but no watches or warnings are in place at this time. 

This system will continue to bring showers to parts of northern Ontario through the day Monday. 

Meanwhile, the trailing cold front will bring warm temperatures and humidex values near 32 to southwestern Ontario.

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"The cold front will trigger scattered thunderstorms in southern Ontario Monday night into Tuesday," adds Dillon. "However, even with the system arriving into the region, temperatures will remain above seasonal through the week." 

Be sure to visit our Alerts page for watches and warnings.

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