Cottagers snap photos as F0 tornado tracks 3.5km, causes damage at Kasshbog Lake
On its 3.5 kilometre long, 50 metre wide path, the tornado snapped and uprooted trees which caused subsequent damage to vehicles and cottages. The supercell storm and the tornado itself were exceptionally photogenic for Ontario; eyewitness photos show a classic cone tornado with a large debris cloud at the base of a large, bowled wall cloud and a well structured mesocyclone.
This was one of two tornadoes to touch down on July 28, 2002. The other was a powerful F2 tornado that caused extensive damage at Halfway Lake Provincial Park, injuring campers.