Ottawa, ON (DONE)

Tornado tracks through west end, causes high-end F0 damage to trees & buildings

The tornado touched down at 7:30pm and travelled for 5km through the west end of Ottawa, from Brittania Park to Carlington Heights. Along its path that was between 50m and 150m wide, the tornado snapped and uprooted trees, knocked down power poles and peeled the roofing from a few apartment complexes, earning it a high-end F0 rating. People reported witnessing a funnel cloud with swirling debris.

This was one of five tornadoes that touched down across the province on April 25; the others were an F0 at Round Lake Centre, an F1 at Breslau, an F0 at Guelph, and an F0 at Windsor.