Residents watch, film & photograph as white cone tornado touches down near town
After developing and producing an earlier tornado near Lucan, this small low-topped supercell continued eastward just to the north of Highway 401. It maintained a rapidly-rotating wall cloud for its duration and produced funnel clouds near Granton and Embro. It then passed north of Woodstock and produced this second tornado near Drumbo. Like the Lucan tornado, this one appeared as a white tapered cone that briefly became fully condensed to the ground. Witnesses captured photos and videos as it spun harmlessly by, without producing any known damage.
7:40pm EDT Storm still showing rotation. Possible tornado or funnel report earlier near #Lucan & #Wellburn #onstorm pic.twitter.com/REmNa14Ohg
— Dayna Vettese (@daynavettese) July 12, 2017
Embro 743pm #onstorm pic.twitter.com/BrnusGrDz2
— MikeChambers (@perthcountywx) July 12, 2017
#onstorm Incredible photo from Drumbo, ON @ 8:25pm Wow! What a photo taken by Jackie M. in Drumbo, ON at 8:25pm…. https://t.co/MjAiTgUawy pic.twitter.com/n8QJb8jddh
— OntarioTornadoWatch (@ontariotornado) July 13, 2017
#Onstorm Funnel cloud in drumbo @ 8:45pm. Photo credit: Lori Hoard. #Ostwx pic.twitter.com/WGIZHoxDQN
— OntarioStormTracker (@ontario_storm) July 13, 2017
#onwx #ONstorm @weathernetwork same photo, better colour pic.twitter.com/dIueuBCx9x
— MMX (@marymaryx) July 13, 2017
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