LEAMINGTON, Ont. — Environment Canada is confirming that two tornadoes touched down in southwestern Ontario Friday night. Meteorologist Mark Schuster says the tornadoes landed in the communities of Leamington and Hawkesville near Waterloo. . A video of damage at a farm in Hawkesville area shows snapped power lines and plenty of scattered debris in fields including damaged trees. There were also reports of barns that were destroyed as a result of the powerful storm that ripped through the area.
A screen capture from a video shot by Kaily Zack shows the funnel cloud beginning of a tornado in Wheatley, Aug. 11, 2017. At the time, an Environment Canada severe thunderstorm and tornado watch was in effect for the Windsor, Essex County and. Environment Canada is warning a severe thunderstorm could bring strong winds, heavy rain and large hail to southwestern Ontario Friday. Scattered storms are forecast throughout the afternoon, with sunny breaks adding "fuel to any thunderstorms that
The national weather service says an EF-0 tornado with maximum winds of 130 km/h touched down near Leamington, Ont., around 5:40 p.m., damaging solar panels and a greenhouse. Environment Canada's damage assessment team also confirms an EF-2
Environment Canada confirms 2 tornadoes touched down
Emergency personnel are responding to reports of damage near the Waterloo region after Environment Canada issued a tornado warning Friday evening. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any
Environment Canada says it appears a tornado touched down in the Leamington area late Friday afternoon. Meteorologists tracked a thunderstorm that moved from lower Michigan across Essex County and reached Leamington at about 5:40pm. The weather
Environment Canada has confirmed an EF-0 tornado with maximum wind speeds of 130 km/h hit Leamington Friday night. The tornado touched down about 5:40 p.m., while a Tornado Watch was in effect, damaging solar panels and a greenhouse.