Residents take photos & videos as tornado touches down, does damage N of London
Several witnesses captured photos and video of this tornado, a large funnel with a debris plume at its base that occasionally condensed all the way to the ground. It struck at about 7:00pm, just north of London, and had a path that was 3.2km long and 50m wide. The tornado downed trees, caused damage to crops, and tore the roof and some walls off of a large pig barn. It is possible that this tornado was underrated by Environment Canada; aerial footage along the damage path showed the scattered remains the the destroyed barn, indicative of damage that may well have met the threshold for an F1 rating.