Over the weekend, parts of Southern Ontario experienced some damaging winds.
In Toronto, Environment Canada issued a wind warning for Sunday as frequent gusts of 100 to 110 km/h were expected throughout the region, and gusts of 120 km/h were likely along the shores of Lake Ontario.
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The damaging winds were evident in the Niagara Region, where someone captured a dramatic video of high winds forcing ice over a bridge along a pedestrian pathway.
The video, posted on Sunday, has already had over 125,000 views.
Posted by “Superman,” the videographer’s description reads, “high winds force ice over ice boom then crashes over brick wall at Mathers Arch in Fort Erie, On.”
Mather Arch is located near the Canada/US border in Fort Erie.