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Take a look back at all the Weather Snapshots featured on CTV London in June 2015.
Thunder and lightning put on a show as powerful wind and heavy rain knocked down trees and caused several streets to be flooded in the London area
A natural gas leak prompted the evacuation of a dozen homes on Gabor Court in west London, Ont.
A group of protesters greeted Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne as she was set to speak to the Sarnia Chamber of Commerce.
Hundreds gathered to see the torch for the 2015 Pan Am Games in Toronto make its stop in London, Ont.
Former workers of the Bluewater Youth Centre picket outside of the closed facility.
mobEE Eco-Friendly officials show what is used to make their mobile buildings in Durham, Ont.
Amazing vintage and modern vehicles are gathering in London, Ont. for one of the biggest annual automotive events on June 6-7.
Singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran performed at Budweiser Gardens Friday, and on Thursday hit a local bar, Barney's, and took some selfies with excited fans.
Take a look back at all the Weather Snapshots featured on CTV London in May 2015.
Some trees were uprooted as a storm brought strong winds to London.
City of London inside workers hit the picket lines after failed talks to reach a new collective agreement.
It's that time of year when the beautiful trilliums - the official flower of Ontario - are in bloom.
The G2G Rail Trail, which stretches over 127 km between Guelph and Goderich, hopes to become Ontario's longest off-road trail system.
A mother duck and her 11 ducklings have invaded the pond of an east London, Ont. home.
One of Ontario's most famous ferries is set to start its 2015 season on Georgian Bay with a new look.
An undercover investigation involving the London Police Service and the RCMP has ended with a dozen people facing over 90 charges.
Take a look back at all the Weather Snapshots featured on CTV London in April 2015.
A spring snowfall brought several crashes and traffic delays in London and across southwestern Ontario.
A pair of geese have chosen a nesting site right where thousands of Cami workers head into the Ingersoll, Ont. plant every day.