UPDATE: Tornado Warning For Chatham-Kent
UPDATE: All tornado watches and warnings have been ended in Windsor-Essex, Chatham-Kent, Monroe County and Wayne County. A severe thunderstorm warning remains for northeastern Wayne County and southern Macomb County.
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A tornado watch has been issued by Environment Canada for Windsor-Leamington-Essex County.
The weather agency reports severe thunderstorms capable of producing tornadoes are developing west of Windsor and moving north.
Stateside, the National Weather Service has issued a tornado warning for Wayne County, advising severe thunderstorms could develop near Dearborn and Lincoln Park. A tornado warning for north central Monroe County, just west across the river from Amherstburg, appears to have been replaced with a flash flood warning as heavy rains could move into the region.
Environment Canada has ended a tornado warning for Chatham-Kent-Rondeau Park after earlier advising Doppler radar showed the potential for a tornado just south of North Buxton with the storm moving north at 30 km/h.
The weather agency called the storm "a dangerous and potentially life-threatening situation" — advising residents take immediate cover if threatening weather approaches.
The region has seen a number of funnel cloud sightings reported since yesterday.