Tornado hits Bruce Peninsula, snaps trees, moves combine & tears apart pole barn
Touching down at 12:00pm, the tornado demolished a pole barn, scattering debris for more than 1km, leaving some caught in fences and hanging from trees. In addition, timber poles were snapped in two and left impaled in the ground. Trees were snapped and uprooted, farm equipment and a tractor were thrown around, and a heavy combine was moved 15m.
The tornado travelled for 1km and had a path that was 100m wide. It was one of two tornadoes to touch down in Southern Ontario on June 2; the other was an F0 near Maple.