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Environment Canada Has Issued A Tornado Warning For Montreal

Oh 'Hail' No!
Environment Canada Has Issued A Tornado Warning For Montreal

I hope you have your umbrella with you, because we're in for a rough day.

Early this morning, at around 3:30 am, Enviroment Canada issued a thunderstorm and hail warning for Montreal, but in the last hour that alert has been increased to "Severe Thunderstorm" with a chance of tornados!

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Via theweathernetwork

According to Environment Canada, conditions are favourable for severe thunderstorms, large hail, damaging winds and torrential rainfall.

And as if that wasn't bad enough there is also a risk of tornadoes.

"Remember, severe thunderstorms can produce tornadoes" - Environment Canada

If you can remember last year, tornados and microburst caused a lot of damage in Girouard Park: 

Hopefully things won't get so bad this year.

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