A series of strong thunderstorms rolled through eastern Ontario Tuesday, leading to extensive tree and some structural damage.
Environment Canada also confirmed the province's second tornado of the year.
An F0 tornado touched down in the community of Bourget, about 40 km east of Ottawa, between 4:00 and 4:15pm. Some minor roof damage was reported and trees were uprooted.
Another severe thunderstorm produced damaging winds in the Dornie area near Alexandria. The winds were estimated to be around 110 km/h. Power outages were reported, trees were brought down and an old barn was flattened.
Ominous clouds over Alexandria, ON
Severe storms rolled through the Merrickville and Kemptville area, north of Brockville, Tuesday afternoon, as well. Sporadic tree damage was noted in the area.
The same series of storms brought torrential rain to southern Quebec, leaving roads and properties flooded in Montreal