Quebec : Apna Punjab Media : An intense thunderstorm that moved across the national capital region Monday afternoon brought strong rain, reports of hail and localized flooding, and warnings of possible tornadoes. Environment Canada issued a tornado warning for Gatineau shortly after 4 p.m., saying a severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado was located near Buckingham, moving north at 30 km/h. An emergency alert went to phones in Ottawa as well, but no formal tornado warning was issued for the city. By 4:30 p.m.,
the tornado warning was no longer in effect in Gatineau. Environment Canada meteorologist Peter Kimbell tells CTV News Ottawa the warning in Gatineau was issued based on radar observations. “It was brief. There was a radar signal that led to the warning but nothing is confirmed,” he said. “The system is now well into Quebec.