F1 tornado travels 12km through Lac Seul area, destroys forest in wide swath
The same supercell that produced the Dryden tornado went on to produce this other F1 to the northeast near Lac Seaul. Its path was 12km long and 400m wide, with a swath of forest destroyed.
Witnesses watched and took photos and video from lakeside cottages as the cone tornado touched down and then morphed into a large stovepipe.
This was one of four tornadoes that touched down on August 16, 2011. The others occurred at Wenasaga Lake (F1), Gerry lake (F1) and Dryden (F1).