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07-18-2010, 12:29 PM
WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ALL OF SOUTHERN ONTARIO AND
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION
ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA TORONTO
AT 12:24 PM EDT SUNDAY 18 JULY 2010.

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==WEATHER EVENT DISCUSSION==

SCATTERED SEVERE WEATHER ACROSS A WIDE SWATH OF SOUTHERN AND
EASTERN ONTARIO ON SATURDAY.
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A COLD FRONT CROSSED SOUTHERN AND EASTERN PORTIONS OF ONTARIO
SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING, TRIGGERING SEVERAL CLUSTERS OF
SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS. THERE WERE SEVERAL REPORTS OF HAIL AND HEAVY
RAIN AND STRONG WINDS.
THERE WAS A SIGHTING OF A FUNNEL CLOUD NEAR BERWICK. HOWEVER,
ENVIRONMENT CANADA DAMGE SURVEY TEAM HAS CONFIRMED THAT THE DOWNED
TREES WERE NOT CAUSED BY A TORNADO.
THE FOLLOWING ARE A FEW OF THE MORE SIGNIFICANT PRELIMINARY REPORTS.

DATE

LOCATION EVENT DESCRIPTION

FOREST (EAST OF SARNIA) GOLF BALL SIZED HAIL

BERWICK (SOUTHEAST OF OTTAWA) SIGHTING OF A FUNNEL CLOUD
A FEW DOWNED TREES

FROM NEAR BRANTFORD TO THE RADAR ESTIMATES OF 50 TO 100 MM
NORTH OF WOODSTOCK OF RAIN

FROM NORTH OF CAMPBELLFORD TO RADAR ESTIMATES OF 50 TO 80 MM
TAMWORTH) OF RAIN

SPRING BROOK (NORTHEAST OF DOWNED TREES ACROSS HIGHWAY
CAMPBELLFORD)

KINGSTON AIRPORT 81 KM/H WIND GUST

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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