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Old 06-17-2014, 09:52 PM
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weather summary from E.C.

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AWCN11 CWTO

Weather summary for Southern Ontario and the
National Capital Region issued by Environment Canada
At 8:50 P.M. EDT Tuesday 17 June 2014.

A cold front spawned a number of strong to severe thunderstorms 
Tuesday across Southern Ontario.  Based upon video evidence, a 
tornado was observed in Angus near 5.20 PM Tuesday.

A survey team will be on site in Angus on Wednesday to assess the 
nature and severity of the damage associated with the tornado and 
other winds.

The following is a summary of weather event information received by 
Environment Canada.

Location                       event

Angus                     confirmed tornado near 5.20 PM.
                          Significant damage to at least 30 homes
                          According to media reports.
                          Roofs removed.
                          Truck flipped on its side.

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial 
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

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Angus, ON:

Video credit to: Tina Forgét, Brash Photo Grafix.


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Longer version of video. Credit to Tina Forgét:

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At least my kids know what to do in tornadoes...we were in the basement in Burlington on Aug. 24, 2011 and then yesterday.

It was a very humbling experience to walk down the streets of Angus last night looking for family members...my kids have a new appreciation for my weather interests. I am so glad no one was seriously hurt.

I wish I had a better camera to capture the storm... I saw rotation and saw debris (even though my video on youtube isn't as clear as original) the sky turned greenish - then we went downstairs. Close call. There was even damage in my neighborhood in Barrie (southwest area).
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Default Re: Tues. June 17, 2014

Code:
AWCN11 CWTO
Updated weather summary for Southern Ontario and the
National Capital Region issued by Environment Canada
At 12:08 P.M. EDT Wednesday 18 June 2014.

Third tornado of the season with a track from Angus to Barrie.

A cold front spawned a number of strong to severe thunderstorms 
Tuesday across Southern Ontario.  A tornado was confirmed to have 
occurred in Angus near 5:20 PM Tuesday. Based on weather radar 
information, this tornado tracked from Angus east to the mapleview 
drive area south of kempenfelt bay in Barrie by about 5:35 PM.

Survey teams returned to Angus and Barrie today and rated the worst 
damage as consistent with a high end ef-2 tornado, having estimated 
wind speeds of 200 to 220 km/h.

In addition, the thunderstorms brought sudden very heavy downpours, 
strong, gusty winds, and frequent lightning to many areas. There
Were also reports of funnel clouds from trained spotters in the 
highway 401 and 403 areas near Woodstock Tuesday afternoon. Another 
trained spotter reported a possible tornado north of Walkerton and 
Hanover early Tuesday afternoon, but to date no damage reports have 
been received.

The following is a summary of weather event information received by 
Environment Canada as of 11:00 AM.

Location                       event

Angus to south            confirmed tornado near 5.20 PM Angus.
End of Barrie             significant damage to 100 homes.
                          At least half a dozen roofs removed.
                          Trees down.
                          Truck flipped on its side.
                          Media reports of 1 injury.

Bradford                  greenhouse damaged

Holland landing           trees down
                          Power outages

Brampton                  hydro poles down (Heart Lake road)

Markham                   hydro poles down (near warden north of
                          Steeles).

Toronto Pearson Airport   85 km/h wind gust

Toronto rexdale           tree damage
                          Shingles removed from roof

Toronto bloor and jane    tree branches down

Hamilton Airport          87 km/h wind gust

Trenton Airport           104 km/h wind gust
                          Trees and hydro lines down

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial 
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

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Radar shot of the hook echo:

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Video shot from inside the circulation of the Angus tornado:

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Default Re: Jun.17, 2014: Angus -> Barrie tornado

A storm with possibility dissolved before it got to me, but the front was fairly photogenic as it passed.







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Default Re: Jun.17, 2014: Angus -> EF2 Barrie tornado + Stroud EF1 tornado

Time-lapse I shot of some of the lower clouds passing over...

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Default Re: Jun.17, 2014: Angus -> EF2 Barrie tornado + Stroud EF1 tornado

Some images from just east of Mount Forest around the same time as the Angus incident:

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