Tornado warning lifted for Shawinigan, parts of Mauricie

Environment Canada has lifted a tornado warning for parts of the Mauricie region.

Environment Canada telling residents to go indoors if dangerous weather sets in

Environment Canada has lifted the tornado warning for Quebec regions. (Environment Canada)

Environment Canada has lifted a tornado warning for Shawinigan, Lac-aux-Sables, Trois-Rivières and Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pérade in the Mauricie region in Quebec.

The weather advisory has been downgraded to a severe thunderstorm warning for La Tuque and the Mauricie.

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Residents are being asked to take cover immediately and stay indoors if threatening weather approaches.

Environment Canada also advises that if you have to take cover inside, stay in a room on the lowest floor such as a basement. It's also best to stay away from windows.