Weather: The risk of thunderstorms will re-emerge for Ontario and Quebec on Sunday as our warm, pleasant air is locked in.
Scattered thunderstorms are possible during the afternoon and evening as the daytime heat reaches its peak. Some storms may become more intense, with the potential for strong winds, large hail, and heavy rain. It should be noted that some rotations are at risk in southern Quebec.
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However, as is the nature of pop-up summer storms, confidence is slightly lower where the strongest storms pop up.
Keep the Weather Network’s app handy on your phone to peek at the radar and keep up with watches and warnings as the days progress.
Stay near a safe shelter in case storms threaten your location. Remember, the greatest danger in any thunderstorm is lightning. If you can hear thunder, you’re close to being struck by lightning.
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Stay tuned to The Weather Network for the latest updates on conditions in Ontario and Quebec.
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