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Guelph area, Waterloo Region in for a windy Tuesday afternoon: Environment Canada

If you are headed out on Monday, don’t forget your umbrella as Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for Guelph, Waterloo Region and Wellington County. Getty Images

Mother Nature isn’t quite done messing around after dropping snow on Easter Monday as Environment Canada says the Guelph area and Waterloo Region are in for a windy Tuesday afternoon.

The weather office released a special weather statement that also covers a large portion of southern Ontario from London to Durham Region.

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The agency said northwesterly winds gusting between 70 and 80 km/h should develop early Tuesday afternoon and continue throughout the day before weakening in the evening.

“Gusty winds may toss loose objects or cause tree branches to break,” Environment Canada said. Local power outages will also be possible.”

According to the weather office’s forecast, typical spring conditions should return later this week with a mix of sun and cloud predicted for Wednesday and a high of 8 C followed by rain and a high of 16 C on Thursday.

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