Over 195,000 without power in Southern Ontario


Winds have diminished across Southern Ontario but the damage remains. This morning there are still 195,956 customers without power.


Strong winds pushed through the area on Saturday associated with a low that brought snow, freezing rain, and rain to parts of Ontario.


Heavy rain also occurred over Southern Ontario Friday night and Saturday morning.


Peak wind gusts:

  • Point Petre 130 km/h

  • Port Colborne 130 km/h

  • Hamilton Airport 104 km/h

  • Windsor Airport 104 km/h

  • Kingston 98 km/h

  • St. Catharines 98 km/h

  • Buttonville Airport 96 km/h

  • Toronto Pearson Airport 96 km/h

  • Port Weller 96 km/h

  • Brantford Airport 95 km/h

  • Lagoon City 95 km/h

  • Cobourg 94 km/h

  • Brockville 93 km/h

  • Toronto Island Airport 93 km/h

  • Egbert 93 km/h

  • Borden Airport 91 km/h

  • Elora 91 km/h

  • London Airport 91 km/h

  • Chatham - Kent Airport 89 km/h

  • Barrie 87 km/h

  • Erieau 87 km/h

  • Mono Centre 87 km/h

  • Oshawa Airport 87 km/h

  • Sarnia Airport 87 km/h

  • Wiarton Airport 87 km/h

  • Goderich 85 km/h

  • Trenton 85 km/h

  • Vineland 85 km/h

  • Gore Bay 83 km/h

  • Ottawa Airport 83 km/h

Data Source: Environment and Climate Change Canada