Damage, power outages reported after severe thunderstorms hit Toronto area

Numerous power outages, damaged houses and trees are what’s left of a severe thunderstorm that took place Saturday afternoon.

Environment Canada issued at severe thunderstorm warning in Toronto and much of the GTA, which ended shortly after 3:15 p.m.

Toronto Hydro is reporting outages across the city that are impacting more than 6,800 customers.

They are advising anyone who encounters a downed wire to stay back and call Toronto Hydro.

Peel Regional Police have blocked off Dearbourne Blvd. and Deerfield Cres. in Brampton due downed tree branches on the roadway.

No injuries were reported but police say they are working to reopen the roadways.

Durham Regional Police is looking into possible tornado damage to homes and vehicles in Oshawa.

A tornado warning was issued briefly for areas north of the city in York region and east in Durham region for a brief period of time before being cancelled.

A heat warning and thunderstorm watch is still in effect for Toronto.

Temperatures could reach up to 40 C.

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