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Ontario's Weather Is About To Get Brutal With Severe Thunderstorms & Possible Tornadoes

A barrage of severe thunderstorms and possible tornadoes will have Ontarians taking shelter this evening as an approaching cold front prepares to wreak havoc on the province.

According to the Weather Network, regions such as London, Windsor, Sarnia and Kincardine will face the biggest risk for severe storms with everything from large hail to tornadoes possible.

The storms are also expected to bring a nasty combination of strong wind gusts and heavy downpours, so there's definitely going to be enough bad vibes to go around.

Meanwhile, the GTA will see a slightly weaker "line of storms" tonight. However, there is a possibility for the weather to turn more severe before weakening after midnight.

The rest of the week will be much calmer with cooler temperatures giving residents an early taste of fall as seasonal highs continue to drop.

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