A severe thunderstorm watch is in force for areas of eastern Ontario.
Thunderstorm clouds move through Ottawa's west end in this file shot.
Just after 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, a new severe thunderstorm warning was issued for areas of eastern Ontario.
At 7:54 p.m., Environment Canada issued an online alert for Ottawa North-Kanata-Orléans.
A line of severe thunderstorms moved southeast at 50 km/h from Glen Almond to Pakenham.
The alert also affected the following cities: Ottawa, Thurso, Carp, Kanata, Chelsea, Nepean, Gloucester, Orléans, Mayo, Rockland, Parc national de Plaisance, Marathon, Dunrobin, Malwood, Mud Pond, South March, Stittsville, Hazeldean, Shirleys Bay, and Hollow Glen.
Another storm warning was issued for the Plevna-Sharbot Lake-Western Lanark County region. Environment Canada meteorologists were watching a severe thunderstorm "capable of delivering extremely high wind gusts and up to nickel size hail," according to the report.
Thunderstorm warnings were also in effect for locations west and east of the national capital region, including Smiths Falls and Cornwall.