Severe thunderstorm warning ends for London, Middlesex –

A severe thunderstorm warning issued early Thursday afternoon for London and Middlesex County has ended.Officials with Environment Canada ended the advisory just before 4:50 p.m.Warnings have also ended for neighbouring regions, including Perth, Lambton, and Elgin counties. A severe thunderstorm warning remained for Oxford County as of 5 p.m.The advisory, which at one point stretched from Windsor to the Greater Toronto Area and the Muskokas, said a line of severe thunderstorms was making its way east through the region at 70 km/h.“Wind gust of 90 km/h may be associated with these storms as well as large hail,” the advisory said.Dangerous storm with damaging winds over 100km/h and large hail movind through the north side of #LdnOnt. Seek shelter now. #onstorm— Anthony Farnell (@AnthonyFarnell) July 26, 2018Storm moving into north London likely contains golfball sized hail or bigger.— Anthony Farnell (@AnthonyFarnell) July 26, 2018An earlier severe thunderstorm watch advisory spanning most of Southern Ontario said isolated damaging wind gusts could occur with the passing system, and small hail, torrential downpours, and frequent lightning may be associated.“Lightning kills and injures Canadians every year,” the advisory reads. “Remember, when thunder roars, go indoors!”