A powerful and deadly storm swept through parts of Ontario on Saturday, which caused widespread power outages. In footage recorded in Orleans, Ont., which is just outside of Ottawa, heavy rains and winds could be seen. Read more:
Global News/Ryan BelgraveThere were widespread reports of fallen trees, hydro lines and power outages.Peel Regional Police said live hydro poles had fallen on a vehicle with its passengers still inside in Mississauga. The force also said hydro lines were down “and on fire” in Brampton.
Peel police also reported a tree had fallen on a house and truck in the Howden Boulevard and Hillpark Trail area of Brampton. “Numerous” traffic lights were reported as malfunctioning.CURRENT CALLS IN THE REGION– Traffic lights out Glen Erin/Battleford Msga & Steeles Ave E/Hurontario BramptonRead more: Globalnews.ca »
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Severe thunderstorm warnings roll out across Southern Ontario | Globalnews.caIn total, nine of Southern Ontario's 19 areas tracked by Environment Canada are under severe thunderstorm warnings , while all 19 are under a severe thunderstorm watch.
At least 2 dead after severe thunderstorm sweeps through southern Ontario | Globalnews.caThe storm, which cut through a wide swath of southern Ontario on the first day of the May long weekend, also left thousands without power, according to Hydro One. I didn't get one in Peterborough.
Uxbridge declares state of emergency in wake of severe damage from Ontario storm | Globalnews.caThe storm was severe enough for Environment Canada to issue a broadcast-intrusive emergency alert that goes out to television, radio stations and mobile phones.
At least 5 dead, thousands without power after severe storm sweeps Ontario, Quebec | Globalnews.caAs of early Sunday morning, about 269,000 Hydro One customers were without power, as trees and power lines were knocked down across a swath of the province.
Severe thunderstorm watch in effect for parts of New Brunswick - New Brunswick | Globalnews.ca Environment Canada said there is also a risk of a tornado. The alerts were issued at 11:39 a.m. on Sunday and cover western parts of the province. REALLY, WHO THE FUCK CARES ABOUT NEW BRUNSWICK?
Tornado and severe thunderstorm warning in effect in Quebec - Montreal | Globalnews.caConditions are favourable for the development of severe thunderstorm s that could produce tornadoes, says Environment Canada .