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Special weather summary for parts of Ontario

ONTARIO

AWCN10 CWTO
Weather summary
for Ontario and the National Capital Region
updated by Environment Canada
at 4:05 p.m. EDT Friday 28 April 2017.

Discussion.

A line of thunderstorms raced east across Southern and Northeastern 
Ontario Thursday. They brought strong winds, heavy downpours and 
frequent lightning to many areas, along with pea to marble sized 
hail in a few localities. 

Reports of strong winds and thunderstorm related damage are listed 
below. 

Location and Report 

Southern Ontario: 

London Airport: 81 km/h wind gust near 3.15 PM Thursday. 

In Perth County from 3.30 to 4.00 PM Thursday there were several 
reports of damage as follows: 

Trees down in Sebringville area. 
Barn damage reported in Milverton, Lakeside, and Poole. 
South of Stratford trees and hydro poles down. 

Arthur: Old barn knocked down. Tree limbs down. 

Northeastern Ontario: 

Sudbury Airport: 100 km/h wind gust near 4.48 PM Thursday. 

Sudbury Area: Trees and power lines down. Power outages affecting 
over 20000 customers. Camper van flipped on its side in Chelmsford. 
Pickup crushed by a tree in Garson. 

South Porcupine area of Timmins: Roof torn off home. Several wind 
related emergency calls in the area. 

Earlton Airport: Wind gust of 83 km/h at 6:22 PM. 

Cochrane: Many trees, shingles and signs down. Between 6:30 and 7:00 
PM.

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial 
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

End/OSPC

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