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Ontario's weather has been hectic as a storm ripped through the province, causing damage in southern regions including Brampton, Scarborough, Markham, Ajax, London and Mississauga, just to name a few.

According to Environment Canada, the storm hit the province in the afternoon of Saturday, May 21, and brought winds as high as 130 km/h along with hail that ranged from the size of a nickel to the size of a toonie.

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Many parts of Ontario were almost blown away last weekend due to the heavy gusts of wind that swept across the province.

The Weather Network reported many regions in southern Ontario were blasted with mighty winds in the 70 to 100 km/h range on Saturday. The most powerful wind gusts apparently clocked in at 130 km/h in Point Petre and Port Colborne. Yikes.

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The province was slammed with a hefty storm this weekend that covered most cities in white. 

In fact, the snow in Ontario was so heavy that it even shattered records for some GTA cities. 

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The videos and photos of the Ontario storm that's tearing its way across the region are pretty remarkable.

The Canadian government made an announcement on Sunday morning warning of intense winds and rains sweeping their way through the province all day and all night.

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