Tornado travels for 7km north of Amherstburg, damages trees, houses, properties
The tornado touched down at 8:45 pm and had a path that was 7 kilometres long and 150 metres wide. Trees were snapped and uprooted, falling on and causing damage to houses and vehicles, and the copula was torn off of a church. The tornado passed just north of Amherstburg. Damage from this tornado, and another at Malden Centre, was estimated by Environment Canada surveyors to be around $60,000.
This was one of two tornadoes that struck Southwestern Ontario, near Windsor on this day; the other, an F1 at Malden Centre, caused tree and property damage.