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UPDATE: Tornado warning issued for Grey and Bruce counties after tornados reported in the area

Updated as of 4:51 p.m., September 7th, 2021

Environment Canada has issued a tornado warning for Huron, Grey and Bruce counties following numerous tornado reports.

A tornado was reported in Port Elgin and west of Point Clark this afternoon. It was shared via Twitter by Instant Weather Ontario, which shares local tornado information province wide. The Northern Tornados Project also logged 4 tornados in the area in recent days. There were 3 non-supercell EF0s entirely over Lake Huron on the evening of September 5th, and 1 EF0 from a supercell that moved from Lake Huron onshore north of Goderich near 4 am the next day.

If you are in the path of a tornado, get to the lowest area possible, preferably a basement of a sturdy structure and get to the most interior room that has as many walls between you and the outside as possible.

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