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Low Risk for Severe Thunderstorms Targets Ontario, Quebec, and New Brunswick

We are watching an area of disturbed weather over portions of Northeastern Eastern Ontario, Southern Quebec and Northwestern New Brunswick.

Southern Ontario:

Thunderstorm Forecast, for Southern Ontario. Issued June 27th, 2019.

In Southern Ontario, we are watching the risk of some developing showers and thunderstorms over portions of Northeastern Ontario near North Bay and into Algonquin Park as these storms travel next to or over the Ottawa River. Some of these thunderstorms could be strong to briefly severe with wind gusts between 60 and 90km/h, moderate sized hail (1-1.5cm) and heavy rain.


We have highlighted a 'low' risk for severe thunderstorms in green or marked with a '2'. This extends from Alexandria and Hawkesbury through Ottawa and into Pembroke, Deep River, and Mattawa. Elsewhere, highlighted in blue or marked with a '1,' non-severe thunderstorms are possible. This includes areas between Cornwall and Brockville as well as Perth, Algonquin Park, and Manitoulin Island.


Northern Ontario:

Thunderstorm Forecast, for Northern Ontario. Issued June 27th, 2019.

In Northern Ontario, we are watching the risk of some isolated showers and thunderstorms to develop along and between portions of Highway 11 near Hearst and Kapuskasing and on Highway 101 near Foleyet. Thunderstorms may also develop between Gogama, Temagami and North Bay. The main threats with today's storms include strong to severe wind gusts between 70 and 90km/h, moderate to large hail between 1 and 2cm and heavy rain.


We have highlighted a 'low' risk for severe thunderstorms in green or marked with a '2'. This area extends from Mattawa and North Bay through to Ruel and Temiskaming Shores. This risk also extends from Hearst and Peterbell to the Quebec border. This includes Timmins and Cochrane. Elsewhere, highlighted in blue or marked with a '1,' non-severe thunderstorms are possible. This includes two different areas. The first area extends from Powassan and Monetville through to Manitoulin Island and Lake Superior. This risk also extends from Fraserdale and Smoky Falls through to Hornpayne and Lake Superior as well. This area includes Wawa, Sault Ste Marie, Sudbury, and Chapleau. The second region includes an area between Fort Frances, Atikokan, and the United States border.


Quebec:

Thunderstorm Forecast, for Southern Quebec. Issued June 27th, 2019.

In Southern Quebec, we are watching a large area of possible thunderstorms, some isolated severe. The thunderstorms will be quite scattered and isolated severe in nature. Most places may not see a thunderstorm, let alone a severe storm. The main threats in a severe thunderstorm would include wind gusts between 60 and 80km/h, isolated 90km/h, small to moderate sized hail (0.5 - 1.5cm) and heavy rain.


We have highlighted a 'low' risk for severe thunderstorms in green or marked with a '2'. This area includes everything south and between Lebel-Sur-Quévillon and Obedjiwan over towards Lac Pipmuacan and Micoua and than south towards Pessamit and Les Cages. This includes Val-d'Or, Gatineau, Quebec City, Montreal, La Tuque and Saguenay.


The best risk for severe storms will be in the Temiscaming and Lac-Cauginawana region as well as between Saguenay, La Tuque, Quebec City and the New Brunswick/Maine border.


Elsewhere, highlighted in blue or marked with a '1,' non-severe thunderstorms are possible. This includes a large strip of Quebec extending from the Labrador border over towards Lac Orillat than south towards Lac Hobier and Lac Gaillard. This area also includes areas between Joutel and Lac Beaucours as well as between Godbout and the New Brunswick border.


New Brunswick:

Thunderstorm Forecast, for New Brunswick. Issued June 27th, 2019.

In New Brunswick, we are watching the risk of some isolated showers and thunderstorms across much of the province including a little patch where an isolated severe thunderstorm could travel. The main threats in a severe thunderstorm would include wind gusts between 60 and 80km/h, isolated 90km/h, small to moderate sized hail (0.5 - 1.5cm) and heavy rain.


We have highlighted a 'low' risk for severe thunderstorms in green or marked with a '2'.

This area includes a small portion of Northwestern New Brunswick extending from Saint Leonard through to the Quebec Border, including La Suce and Edmundston. Elsewhere, highlighted in blue or marked with a '1,' non-severe thunderstorms are possible. This includes everything north and west of a line which extends from Saint Andrew through Piskahegan, Doaktown, Sevogle, and Bathurst.


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