Severe Thunderstorm Warning

St. Thomas – Aylmer – Eastern Elgin County
Issued By Environment Canada At 9:02 Am Edt Wednesday 4 July 2012

At 8:40 AM radar indicates a severe thunderstorm moving southeastward at 40 km/h. Winds up to 90 km/h and hail of 2 to 3 cm are possible with this storm. Up to this point the worst part of the thunderstorm seems to have tracked from Parkhill to Strathroy. Severe thunderstorms are imminent or occurring in the area. These storms may produce large hail, damaging winds or heavy rainfall. Remember that some severe thunderstorms can also produce tornadoes. Emergency management Ontario recommends taking cover immediately when threatening weather approaches.

At 8:40 AM radar indicates a severe thunderstorm moving southeastward at 40 km/h. Winds up to 90 km/h and hail of 2 to 3 cm are possible with this storm. Up to this point the worst part of the thunderstorm seems to have tracked from Parkhill to Strathroy. Severe thunderstorms are imminent or occurring in the area. These storms may produce large hail, damaging winds or heavy rainfall. Remember that some severe thunderstorms can also produce tornadoes. Emergency management Ontario recommends taking cover immediately when threatening weather approaches.

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