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ALBERTA

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BRITISH COLUMBIA

AWCN11 CWVR
Weather summary for coastal British Columbia issued by Environment
Canada at 8:17 A.M. PDT Thursday 31 July 2014.

The following is a summary of weather event information received by 
Environment Canada.

Record high temperatures for July 30 2014:

Revelstoke      35.9  old record 35.6 set in 1965.

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial 
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

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MANITOBA

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NEW BRUNSWICK

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NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR

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NORTHWEST TERRITORIES

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NOVA SCOTIA

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NUNAVUT

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ONTARIO

AWCN11 CWTO
Updated weather summary for Southern Ontario and the
National Capital Region issued by Environment Canada
At 8:58 P.M. EDT Thursday 31 July 2014.

Four more tornadoes from earlier this month added to Ontario tornado 
list.

Continuing investigations on the part of Environment Canada personnel 
have led to the addition of four tornadoes to the list for this year.

Scattered thunderstorms rolled across Southwestern Ontario on the 
afternoon of Monday July 7. Photographic evidence was provided to 
Environment Canada indicating that one of these storms produced a 
brief tornado near the norwich area to the south of Woodstock at 
around 4 PM EDT. There was no evidence of damage from this tornado 
and so it has been rated as an enhanced Fujita scale zero (ef0) event 
with winds of at least 90 kilometres per hour.

Between 8 PM and 8:30 PM EDT on Wednesday July 15, two strong storm 
cells moved over the North Bay area. Based on photographic evidence, 
the first cell generated a waterspout over Eastern Lake Nipissing. A 
tornado over a body of water is known as a waterspout. Waterspouts 
which form in association with thunderstorms over smaller bodies of 
water are included in the tornado database. However, waterspouts that 
occur over the Great Lakes are not included in the database unless 
they come ashore. Based on video and photographic evidence, the 
second cell generated a brief tornado just to the south of North Bay
Airport. Neither event produced any notable impacts and so both have 
been rated as ef0 events with winds of at least 90 kilometres per 
hour.

At around 6:30 PM on Sunday July 27 near the community of millbank 
(about 30 kilometres northwest of Kitchener), a number of weather 
spotters reported a funnel cloud.  One of the spotter reports 
indicated the presence of swirling dust and debris beneath the funnel 
cloud. The presence of the swirling debris indicates that, at least 
briefly, this was a tornado. No damage was reported in the area after 
the sighting and so it has been rated an ef0 tornado with winds of at 
least 90 kilometres per hour.

This now brings the total count of tornadoes in Ontario this year to 
12. Ontario normally confirms 12 tornadoes each year in a season that 
runs from late April until early October.

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial 
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

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PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

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QUEBEC

AWCN11 CWUL
WEATHER SUMMARY FOR WESTERN QUEBEC ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA AT
09:05 PM EDT THURSDAY 31 JULY 2014.

AN INTENSE LINE OF THUNDERSTORMS FROM THE UNITED STATES MADE ITS WAY
OVER EXTREME SOUTHERN QUEBEC NEAR MIDDAY THURSDAY BEFORE TRACKING
TOWARD CENTRAL QUEBEC IN THE AFTERNOON. ALONG THIS LINE, LARGE
HAILSTONES, HIGH WINDS AND HEAVY RAINFALL WERE OBSERVED.

THREE LOCALITIES WERE ESPECIALLY AFFECTED BY THESE THUNDERSTORMS.

AT POINTE-DU-LAC AROUND 2:30 PM, A MICROBURST WITH WINDS BETWEEN 90
AND 130 KM/H CAUSED MANY DAMAGES. ABOUT TWENTY MATURE TREES WERE
UPROOTED, CATAMARANS WERE LIFTED AND A STRUCTURAL ELEMENT OF A
VIADUCT WAS BLOWN AWAY, FORCING THE CLOSURE OF HIGHWAY 40. HAILSTONES
OF 2,5 CENTIMETRES WERE OBSERVED IN LOUISEVILLE.

AROUND 3 PM, MANY BASEMENTS WERE FLOODED IN DRUMMONDVILLE WHERE 37
MILLIMETRES OF RAIN FELL IN 45 MINUTES. HAILSTONES OF 1 CENTIMETRE
WERE ALSO REPORTED.

AROUND 4:30 PM, AN EF-1 TORNADO WITH 150 KM/H WINDS CAUSED
SIGNIFICANT DAMAGES TO A RESIDENCE. A PART OF THE ROOF WAS BLOWN
AWAY, A SHED WAS PUSHED AND TREES WERE UPROOTED. THIS THUNDERSTORM
ALSO PRODUCED LARGE HAILSTONES OF BETWEEN 2,5 AND 3 CENTIMETRES OF
DIAMETER. THIS IS THE SIXTH TORNADO OF THE SEASON IN QUEBEC.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS SUMMARY MAY INCLUDE PRELIMINARY OR UNOFFICIAL
DATA AND DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A FINAL OR AN OFFICIAL REPORT.

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SASKATCHEWAN

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YUKON

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