Probable tornado takes part of roof off house, unroofs barns near Mount Brydges
Around 4:45am on August 25, residents of Mount Brydges awoke to a loud roar as well as a high-pitched howling noise as a severe storm passed through. When daylight came, it revealed a path of damage nearly 15km in length consisting of unroofed farm buildings and large trees snapped off and uprooted. After the area was surveyed by Environment Canada, their team concluded a probable F1 tornado had struck the community. No witnesses could ascertain whether a funnel cloud was present due to lack of daylight at the time.