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Grab your umbrellas. Ontario's weather forecast is predicting an onslaught of heavy rain and strong winds to hit parts of the province today.

According to The Weather Network, several southern Ontario regions will be darkened by thunderstorms on Thursday with a chance for things to get severe.  

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At the moment, Windsor-Essex County stands the most risk for its weather crossing the "severe threshold" with a possibility for strong winds and torrential rains.

The cloudy conditions will carry over into Friday with light showers expected.

However, sunshine will return by the weekend with daytime temperatures reaching into the 20s.

Parts of Ontario are under threat of tornadoes again, after intense storms touched down in Ontario last night.

Environment Canada put out a severe thunderstorm warning at 3:25 p.m. this afternoon for Renfrew, Pembroke and Barry's Bay, saying, "a tornado is also possible." Other risks for the area include dime-sized hail and 80 km/h wind gusts.

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According to The Weather Network, an approaching cold front will bring a series of non-severe thunderstorms to large chunks of the province today thanks to a sudden shift to chilly temperatures.

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Fall weather in Ontario is on its way, and chilly temperatures are coming along with it!

According to The Weather Network, temperatures in the Golden Horseshoe are "expected to be near or slightly below seasonal for the middle and end of next week."

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Ontario Storm Is Getting So Bad Today That Environment Canada Is Warning Of Funnel Clouds

"Conditions will be favourable for the development of funnel clouds today."

A nasty Ontario storm is expected to sweep through parts of the province on Tuesday with conditions potentially turning dangerous this afternoon.

According to Environment Canada, a mix of swampy conditions and heat are expected to create thunderstorms today, which could lead to the development of funnel clouds in several southern regions.

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