Tornado warning, severe thunderstorm watch ends in Windsor-Essex
A truck splashes through a puddle on Riverside Drive in Windsor, Ont., on Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015. (Melanie Borrelli / CTV Windsor)
WINDSOR, ONT. -- A tornado warning and severe thunderstorm watch issued by Environment Canada Sunday has ended for Windsor Essex.
Environment Canada has not received any reports of a tornado being sighted or touching down in our region.
However, due to the potential rainfall up to 30mm Sunday evening and overnight, a Watershed Conditions Statement was issued by the Essex Region Conservation Authority until Monday at 10 a.m.
The Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority also issued a Shoreline Condition Statement for possible flooding including a storm surge, shoreline damage and erosion due to strong winds along western Lake Erie. The outlook remains in effect until Tuesday.
A few showers with thunderstorms ending Monday morning then mainly cloudy with 40 percent chance of showers. Winds gusting upwards of 60 km/h. High 26 C. Low 10 C.
Sunny Tuesday. High of 19 C. Low of 12 C.
A mix of sun and cloud Wednesday. High of 24 C. Low of 17 C.
A similar forecast Thursday. High of 29 C. Low of 20 C.
A 40 per cent chance of showers on Friday. High of 29 C. Low of 20 C.
Increasing to a 60 per cent chance of should on Saturday and Sunday.
The normal High for this time of year is 26 C while the average low is 16 C.