Severe thunderstorm warning ended for Ottawa

Friday will see temperatures in the high 20s, with significant humidity.

The storms are now moving out of the area

A thunderstorm has now moved past the area. (Giacomo Panico/CBC)

A thunderstorm warning that had been issued for Ottawa has now been lifted.

Environment Canada ended the warning Thursday evening, along with a heat warning that had been in place.

Less humid air will arrive in the region as Friday moves along, with a high of 28 C that could feel closer to 36 in Ottawa with a slight risk of afternoon thundershowers.

There's a 40 per cent chance of rain Saturday and not much of a chance of rain for Sunday.



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