Environment Canada confirms Ontario's tenth tornado
Tuesday, July 30, 2013, 7:03 -
Video evidence and a damage inspection has led Environment Canada to confirm Ontario's tenth tornado of the season.
The twister occurred during the dinner hour on Monday along the Blair road area of Ottawa.
The storm caused intermittent tree damage along a golf course over 100 metres. EC pegged it as a low-end EF-0, with maximum winds between 90 and 100 kph.
Ontario typically sees 12 tornadoes between late April and early October.