Researchers said the tornado happened in the area west of Ottawa at roughly 4:10 p.m. on Thursday, June 16.
Researchers with Western University’s Northern Tornadoes Project confirmed a tornado passed through Carleton Place on Thusday, June 16.
Experts said the tornado happened in the area west of Ottawa at roughly 4:10 p.m.
“Witnesses captured video of a circulation lofting dust and debris beneath a supercell with visible rotation at cloud base,” a blog posed by researchers stated. “The tornado persisted for several minutes in an open field and caused no damage according to witnesses. Further investigation is pending, including satellite imagery review.”
The EF-scale rating defaults to EF0 due to the fact the tornado caused no damage.
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NTP investigations of the severe storms of June 16th in ON & QC have resulted in the confirmation of two supercell tornadoes in ON – an EF0 at Brooklin and an EF0-Default at Carleton Place.
— Northern Tornadoes Project 🇨🇦 (@westernuNTP) June 21, 2022