Thunderstorms could be heavy if they develop overnight

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Warmer weather always brings unsettled weather with it. With a push of more humid air into the region in advance of a cold front, Environment Canada has issued the following for the Sault Ste. Marie Algoma area. The same front triggered a tornado warning Saturday evening in North Western Ontario.

Thunderstorms will move across the region tonight as a cold front moves through. Some of the thunderstorms will bring very heavy downpours giving local rainfall amounts of 25 mm in an hour or less. Wind gusts to 70 km/h, frequent lightning and small hail are also to be expected with the strongest thunderstorms.

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  1. Craig…I think the t storms died out when they hit the cold waters of Lake Superior. We do need a bit of rain though.

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