More Parts Of Ontario Are Being Told To 'Take Cover Immediately' As Tornado Warning Extends
This follows a tornado touch down that left serious damage in Barrie.
An Ontario tornado has left severe damage behind in Barrie. While the warnings have been lifted in that area, new warnings have now been put into effect by The Weather Network.
Around 5 p.m. local time on Thursday, July 15, the Network issued a warning for Peterborough, Lakefield, Northern and Southern Peterborough County, Apsley, and Woodview. People in those areas are being told to "take shelter immediately."
Locals are also being advised to stay away from windows and glass doors, get to the basement or lowest part of whatever building they are in, cover themselves with a mattress or sleeping bag, and continually check for updates.
The Weather Network is constantly updating Ontarians on the current situation and either ending or implementing warnings for the area. There is also a thunderstorm watch in effect for Toronto and surrounding areas at present.