Posted 746 days ago – Environment Canada

Severe thunderstorms have weakened or moved out of the area.

What is a Severe Thunderstorm Warning?


A Severe Thunderstrorm Warning is issued when there is evidence based on radar , satellite pictures, or from a reliable spotter that any one or more of the following three weather conditions is imminent or occurring:

  • Wind gusts of 90 km/h or greater, which could cause structural wind damage;
  • Hail of two centimeters (cm) or larger in diameter; or
  • Heavy rainfall, as per rainfall criteria, excluding those for winter and during thaw (see above).