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DarkSky
06-06-2010, 09:58 AM
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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ALL OF SOUTHERN ONTARIO AND
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION
ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA TORONTO
AT 9:40 AM EDT SUNDAY 6 JUNE 2010.

SOUTHERN ONTARIO THOROUGHLY SOAKED
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==WEATHER EVENT DISCUSSION==

AN UNSEASONABLY STRONG LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM TRACKING ACROSS THE LOWER
GREAT LAKES PROMPTED SEVERAL WARNINGS TO BE ISSUED FOR THE WINDSOR
AND CHATHAM AREAS INCLUDING TORNADO AND RAINFALL WARNINGS.
SIGNIFICANT RAINFALL AMOUNTS WERE RECORDED THROUGHOUT MUCH OF
SOUTHERN ONTARIO LAST NIGHT WITH AMOUNTS RANGING FROM ABOUT 20 TO
50 MM. THE RAIN IS EXPECTED TO TAPER OFF THIS MORNING IN
SOUTHWESTERN ONTARIO AND LATE THIS AFTERNOON IN EASTERN ONTARIO.

SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS IN THE WINDSOR AREA LEFT THEIR MARK ON THE AREA
WITH DAMAGE REPORTS RELAYED FROM THE OPP COVERING A SWATH FROM NEAR
KINGSVILLE TO LEAMINGTON. ENVIRONMENT CANADA HAS SENT OUT A DAMAGE
SURVEY TEAM TO ASSES THE IMPACTS OF LAST NIGHTS STORMS IN THE
WINDSOR TO LEAMINGTON AREA

A LIST OF RAINFALL AMOUNTS AS OF 8 AM APPEARS BELOW.
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DATE
LOCATION RAINFALL AMOUNT (MM)
WINDSOR 52 MM
HARROW 40 MM
RIDGETOWN 51 MM
LONDON 30 MM
SARNIA 23 MM
GODERICH 31 MM
DELHI 35 MM
WELLAND 39 MM
VINELAND 30 MM
HAMILTON AIRPORT 38 MM
HAMILTON (RBG) 26 MM
TORONTO 21 MM


PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS SUMMARY CONTAINS THE OBSERVATIONS AT
THE TIME OF BROADCAST AND DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN OFFICIAL
AND FINAL REPORT OF THE WEATHER EVENTS OR THE HIGH
IMPACT EVENTS ATTRIBUTED TO THE WEATHER EVENTS.

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