Strong winds expected for Mississauga and Brampton throughout Friday
Mississauga and Brampton residents might want to bring those garbage cans into the garage and make sure their hat is on properly when they head out this morning.
Strong winds that could bring down tree branches and cause power outages in Mississauga and Brampton are expected to develop Friday morning and carry into the evening.
The strong northwesterly winds will include gusts of 70 km/h up to 80 km/h across the area before easing tomorrow evening.
The winds will be strong enough they could toss loose objects and some isolated power outages could occur.
Environment Canada will continue to monitor conditions as the day progresses. To report severe weather, send an email to ONstorm [at] canada [dot] ca or tweet reports using #ONStorm.
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