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“Gusts up to 100km/h or more, heavy downpours and small hail are all possible and of course when there's severe thunderstorms there's always a chance for tornadic activity as well,” notes Dillon.
The risk of severe weather extends from southwestern Ontario, north to the Bruce Peninsula and across the Greater Toronto Area.
Originally posted by DrumsRfun
reply to post by JourPolaire
A good meal,a good laugh and a cigar!!
No stress people,it was just one of THOSE days.
[edit on 23-6-2010 by DrumsRfun]
Originally posted by anothersilentobserver
Does anyone else find it as odd as I do just how far spread this earthquake was felt?
Originally posted by Daivuk
As I already posted in this thread, I work in Ottawa and I felt it very strong.
This is a bit strange:
I called my mom later today to ask her if she felt it, in Mauricie (That's a bit further than Montreal, to the East). And she said she felt vibrations for 1 mins there.
They live in another house, and just got there today. And they said the house was infested by Ants when they got there. The floor in the basement bathroom was BLACK of ants. And they never saw Ants in the house before.
Do you think that might have something to do with the earthquake? Ants might have felt it coming or something, and rush into in the house. They don't know if the invasion started this morning or couple days before.