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Even More Ontario Storms Are Hitting The Province Today & It Will Be Chaotic

Even more hail and heavy rain is on the way.

Even More Ontario Storms Are Hitting The Province Today & It Will Be Chaotic

A mess of chaotic Ontario storms had residents running for cover on Tuesday evening, and it seems that the brutal conditions aren't over just yet.

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.

In fact, the isolated storms will once again bring a threat of heavy rain, small hail and lightning to parts of Southern Ontario.

"Not everyone will be caught by one of these cells today, but those that do could see heavy downpours, small hail, and lightning as the main hazards," Michal Carter, a meteorologist at The Weather Network, said.

Areas like Toronto, Barrie, Sudbury and Ottawa are all expected to get hit with these thunderstorms.

On the bright side, temperatures are set to heat up by the weekend, also bringing another stretch of showers and thunderstorms through the province on Saturday evening.

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