Following EF2 at Angus, second tornado causes high-end EF1 damage at Stroud
Touching down at Stroud, southeast of Angus, this EF1 tornado caused considerable damage at a rural property there. Its path was 750m long and 300m wide, along which a large drive shed was removed from its foundation and thrown several dozen metres, its debris damaging a farmhouse. Several mature trees were also snapped or uprooted. The tornado was rated as a high-end EF1, with winds estimated at between 155 and 175 kilometres per hour.
MT @dave_sills: 2nd Jun 17 tornado confirmed: short track EF-1 east of Stroud, ON. pic.twitter.com/SQ1ZOtDccW
— Ian Archibald ツ (@MajorTwister) June 20, 2014
This was one of two tornadoes to touch down on June 17, 2014. The other:
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