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Severe 'Supercell' Storms Are Heading Into Ontario Today & Tornadoes Are Possible

It's going to feel almost 10 degrees hotter than forecasted.

Toronto Staff Writer

Ontario's weather forecast is predicting a soupy mess today, with hot temperatures and severe storms on the way.

According to The Weather Network (TWN), a wave of unbearable humidity and storm threats will sweep the province with daytime temperatures of over 30 degrees bringing a possibility of tornadoes in some areas.

"There's a fair bit of supercell potential for eastern Ontario as well, such that a tornado can't be completely ruled out, along with the chance of enough locally-heavy rain to trigger some flooding," a report from TWN reads.

The areas most likely to face extreme weather include Parry Sound, Bancroft, and the Ottawa Valley.

However, spots like Toronto, Niagara and Hamilton will still face a risk of severe storms throughout Tuesday, with a risk of strong winds, large hail and torrential rainfall.

This article's cover image was used for illustrative purposes only.

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