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Severe thunderstorm warning ends for London and surrounding area

Environment Canada is warning drivers of reduced visibility and water pooling on roadways.
Environment Canada is warning drivers of reduced visibility and water pooling on roadways. File Photo

UPDATE: The severe thunderstorm warning has ended, according to Environment Canada. 


Environment Canada has issued a severe thunderstorm for London, Parkhill and eastern Middlesex County.

The national weather agency says its meteorologists are tracking a slow-moving cluster of severe thunderstorms capable of producing heavy rain.

Drivers are advised to use caution on roadways as the storms may cause reduced visibility and water pooling.

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A similar warning was issued for Strathroy, Komoka and western Middlesex County, but that warning has since ended.

Forecasters are calling for Saturday morning’s rain to taper off closer to noon.

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