SEVERE WEATHER ALERT — 01:35 PM EDT Oct 02 2016
This is an automated alert of potentially severe weather for the Golden Horseshoe/ Greater Toronto/Niagara Peninsula/South-Central Ontario Monitored Area, from Ephemerata Weather Radar. See attached scan image.

The alert triggered at 01:35 PM EDT on Oct 02 2016, from radar data analyzed
from NWS radar site KBUF in Buffalo, NY, operating in Short Range Composite Reflectivity (NCR), VCP mode 212.

This alert was issued because radar echo returns exceeding 55 dbZ have been detected in the alert zone. The maximum detected radar echo level in this alert
was equal to or greater than: 60 dbZ. These values are an indication of potentially severe weather occurring or developing within the alert scan zone:

*** “4” to 8″/hr very heavy rain: marble size hail possible” ***

and may include extremely strong storm related winds and tornadic activity. Go to http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/?prov=son for official weather reports and to assess your personal risk.

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SEVERE WEATHER ALERT — 01:28 PM EDT Oct 02 2016
This is an automated alert of potentially severe weather for the Golden Horseshoe/ Greater Toronto/Niagara Peninsula/South-Central Ontario Monitored Area, from Ephemerata Weather Radar. See attached scan image.

The alert triggered at 01:28 PM EDT on Oct 02 2016, from radar data analyzed
from NWS radar site KBUF in Buffalo, NY, operating in Short Range Composite Reflectivity (NCR), VCP mode 212.

This alert was issued because radar echo returns exceeding 55 dbZ have been detected in the alert zone. The maximum detected radar echo level in this alert
was equal to or greater than: 60 dbZ. These values are an indication of potentially severe weather occurring or developing within the alert scan zone:

*** “4” to 8″/hr very heavy rain: marble size hail possible” ***

and may include extremely strong storm related winds and tornadic activity. Go to http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/?prov=son for official weather reports and to assess your personal risk.

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SEVERE WEATHER ALERT — 12:28 PM EDT Oct 02 2016
This is an automated alert of potentially severe weather for the Golden Horseshoe/ Greater Toronto/Niagara Peninsula/South-Central Ontario Monitored Area, from Ephemerata Weather Radar. See attached scan image.

The alert triggered at 12:28 PM EDT on Oct 02 2016, from radar data analyzed
from NWS radar site KBUF in Buffalo, NY, operating in Short Range Composite Reflectivity (NCR), VCP mode 212.

This alert was issued because radar echo returns exceeding 55 dbZ have been detected in the alert zone. The maximum detected radar echo level in this alert
was equal to or greater than: 60 dbZ. These values are an indication of potentially severe weather occurring or developing within the alert scan zone:

*** “4” to 8″/hr very heavy rain: marble size hail possible” ***

and may include extremely strong storm related winds and tornadic activity. Go to http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/?prov=son for official weather reports and to assess your personal risk.

http://weather.gc.ca/data/warningmap/son_e.png

SEVERE WEATHER ALERT — 08:44 AM EDT Sep 27 2016
This is an automated alert of potentially severe weather for the Golden Horseshoe/ Greater Toronto/Niagara Peninsula/South-Central Ontario Monitored Area, from Ephemerata Weather Radar. See attached scan image.

The alert triggered at 08:44 AM EDT on Sep 27 2016, from radar data analyzed
from NWS radar site KBUF in Buffalo, NY, operating in Short Range Composite Reflectivity (NCR), VCP mode 212.

This alert was issued because radar echo returns exceeding 55 dbZ have been detected in the alert zone. The maximum detected radar echo level in this alert
was equal to or greater than: 60 dbZ. These values are an indication of potentially severe weather occurring or developing within the alert scan zone:

*** “4” to 8″/hr very heavy rain: marble size hail possible” ***

and may include extremely strong storm related winds and tornadic activity. Go to http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/?prov=son for official weather reports and to assess your personal risk.

http://weather.gc.ca/data/warningmap/son_e.png

SEVERE WEATHER ALERT — 05:30 PM EDT Sep 17 2016
This is an automated alert of potentially severe weather for the Golden Horseshoe/ Greater Toronto/Niagara Peninsula/South-Central Ontario Monitored Area, from Ephemerata Weather Radar. See attached scan image.

The alert triggered at 05:30 PM EDT on Sep 17 2016, from radar data analyzed
from NWS radar site KBUF in Buffalo, NY, operating in Short Range Composite Reflectivity (NCR), VCP mode 212.

This alert was issued because radar echo returns exceeding 55 dbZ have been detected in the alert zone. The maximum detected radar echo level in this alert
was equal to or greater than: 60 dbZ. These values are an indication of potentially severe weather occurring or developing within the alert scan zone:

*** “4” to 8″/hr very heavy rain: marble size hail possible” ***

and may include extremely strong storm related winds and tornadic activity. Go to http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/?prov=son for official weather reports and to assess your personal risk.

http://weather.gc.ca/data/warningmap/son_e.png

SEVERE WEATHER ALERT — 04:30 PM EDT Sep 17 2016
This is an automated alert of potentially severe weather for the Golden Horseshoe/ Greater Toronto/Niagara Peninsula/South-Central Ontario Monitored Area, from Ephemerata Weather Radar. See attached scan image.

The alert triggered at 04:30 PM EDT on Sep 17 2016, from radar data analyzed
from NWS radar site KBUF in Buffalo, NY, operating in Short Range Composite Reflectivity (NCR), VCP mode 212.

This alert was issued because radar echo returns exceeding 55 dbZ have been detected in the alert zone. The maximum detected radar echo level in this alert
was equal to or greater than: 55 dbZ. These values are an indication of potentially severe weather occurring or developing within the alert scan zone:

*** “2” to 4″/hr very heavy rain: pea to marble sized hail possible” ***

and may include extremely strong storm related winds and tornadic activity. Go to http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/?prov=son for official weather reports and to assess your personal risk.

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SEVERE WEATHER ALERT — 08:07 PM Sep 10 2016
This is an automated alert of potentially severe weather for the Eastern and Central Ontario Monitored Area, from Ephemerata Weather Radar. See attached scan image.

The alert triggered at 08:07 PM on Sep 10 2016, from radar data analyzed
from radar site KTYX in Watertown, NY, operating in Short Range Composite Reflectivity (NCR), VCP mode 212.

This alert was issued because radar echo returns equal to or exceeding 60 dbZ
have been reported in the alert zone. The maximum detected radar echo level is 60 dbZ.
These values are an indication of potentially severe weather occurring or developing within the alert scan zone:

*** “4” to 8″/hr very heavy rain: marble size hail possible” ***
Strong thunderstorms may include lightning, damaging gust front winds or tornado risk.
Go to http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/?prov=son to monitor official weather reports and assess your personal risk.


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SEVERE WEATHER ALERT — 07:17 PM Sep 10 2016
This is an automated alert of potentially severe weather for the Eastern and Central Ontario Monitored Area, from Ephemerata Weather Radar. See attached scan image.

The alert triggered at 07:17 PM on Sep 10 2016, from radar data analyzed
from radar site KTYX in Watertown, NY, operating in Short Range Composite Reflectivity (NCR), VCP mode 212.

This alert was issued because radar echo returns equal to or exceeding 60 dbZ
have been reported in the alert zone. The maximum detected radar echo level is 60 dbZ.
These values are an indication of potentially severe weather occurring or developing within the alert scan zone:

*** “4” to 8″/hr very heavy rain: marble size hail possible” ***
Strong thunderstorms may include lightning, damaging gust front winds or tornado risk.
Go to http://EOntario.ephemerata.ca or http://radar.ephemerata.ca for current radar views of the alert zones and monitor official weather reports at http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/?prov=son to assess your personal risk.


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SEVERE WEATHER ALERT — 07:08 PM EDT Sep 10 2016
This is an automated alert of potentially severe weather for the Golden Horseshoe/ Greater Toronto/Niagara Peninsula/South-Central Ontario Monitored Area, from Ephemerata Weather Radar. See attached scan image.

The alert triggered at 07:08 PM EDT on Sep 10 2016, from radar data analyzed
from NWS radar site KBUF in Buffalo, NY, operating in Short Range Composite Reflectivity (NCR), VCP mode 212.

This alert was issued because radar echo returns exceeding 55 dbZ have been detected in the alert zone. The maximum detected radar echo level in this alert
was equal to or greater than: 60 dbZ. These values are an indication of potentially severe weather occurring or developing within the alert scan zone:

*** “4” to 8″/hr very heavy rain: marble size hail possible” ***

and may include extremely strong storm related winds and tornadic activity. Go to http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/?prov=son for official weather reports and to assess your personal risk.

http://weather.gc.ca/data/warningmap/son_e.png

SEVERE WEATHER ALERT — 06:08 PM EDT Sep 10 2016
This is an automated alert of potentially severe weather for the Golden Horseshoe/ Greater Toronto/Niagara Peninsula/South-Central Ontario Monitored Area, from Ephemerata Weather Radar. See attached scan image.

The alert triggered at 06:08 PM EDT on Sep 10 2016, from radar data analyzed
from NWS radar site KBUF in Buffalo, NY, operating in Short Range Composite Reflectivity (NCR), VCP mode 212.

This alert was issued because radar echo returns exceeding 55 dbZ have been detected in the alert zone. The maximum detected radar echo level in this alert
was equal to or greater than: 60 dbZ. These values are an indication of potentially severe weather occurring or developing within the alert scan zone:

*** “4” to 8″/hr very heavy rain: marble size hail possible” ***

and may include extremely strong storm related winds and tornadic activity. Go to http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/?prov=son for official weather reports and to assess your personal risk.

http://weather.gc.ca/data/warningmap/son_e.png

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