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Toronto Could Be Hit With "Damaging Winds" And Power Outages Tonight

Our beautiful weather streak has come to an end. 🌧️
Toronto Could Be Hit With "Damaging Winds" And Power Outages Tonight

Hold those umbrellas tight, people, because it's going to get windy tonight.

According to Weather Canada, the latest Toronto storm could be a doozy, with winds up to 110 km/h on November 15.

The government is warning that buildings may be damaged and power outages may occur, too.

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Damage to buildings, such as to roof shingles and windows, may occur. Government of Canada

The strongest winds are expected along the shores of eastern Lake Erie and eastern Lake Ontario, blowing all through the night and into Monday morning.

Toronto's weather has been a real rollercoaster this month.

November started with a surprise blizzard before the city hit a high of 24º celsius on Tuesday, November 10.

But that warm weather couldn't last, unfortunately, and weather experts are predicting that Toronto might see more snow by as early as Monday.

We hope you got your Vitamin D while it was still out there!

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