Beginning early on Monday, several rounds of severe thunderstorms will arrive for Ontario. While initially on radar, it may look like only certain regions will be encompassed by Severe Weather, there will be a few rounds throughout the day.
The initial round looks to be from Sarnia to Windsor, with a secondary and tertiary line of storms for the rest of Southern and Eastern Ontario mid to late day.
A few severe thunderstorms are also possible early on due east of Georgian Bay.
– The best chance of severe thunderstorms near the Canada/USA border from a line including Sarnia SW to Windsor; primary risk is wind gusts up to or above 100km/h
– Some indications of isolated cluster cells SE of Georgian Bay, and all along the GTA, as well as, much of Eastern Ontario; primary risks are winds up to 90km/h, small hail and torrential rain
– Elsewhere, a few isolated severe thunderstorms are likely
Remember, summer thunderstorm forecasts – severe and/or non-severe – represent a plausible scenario based on extensive weather calculations, parameters and up-to-date atmospheric data. Nothing is for certain, but outlines a possible or likely scenario based on the aforementioned points.
Please stay tuned, as we at TCW are monitoring this situation attentively.
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