Severe thunderstorms that have spawned suspected tornadoes swept across southern and central Ontario on Wednesday night.
Environment Canada says meteorologists were tracking several dangerous thunderstorms that were capable of producing tornadoes.
Storm spotters have reported several tornadoes associated with the thunderstorms and pictures of funnel clouds were posted on Twitter.
There were no reports of major damage as of 8:30 p.m. as the tornado warnings moved into eastern Ontario, covering communities such as Renfrew, Barry’s Bay, Arnprior, Calabogie and Peterborough.
However, Environment Canada has since cancelled the warnings for Petawawa, Pembroke, Cobden, Barry’s Bay and Killaloe and for the Belleville, Cobourg, Lindsay and Peterborough areas.
Emergency Management Ontario recommends anyone in the storm areas take cover immediately if threatening weather approaches.