Lyndsay Morrison, staff writer
June 25, 2010 — One year ago today, tornadoes ripped through the communities of Avon and Leamington, Ontario. We look back at this significant weather event.
On June 25th, 2009, a cold front moved across Ontario, triggering fierce thunderstorms. Hail, powerful winds and intense rainfall were reported.
Environment Canada confirmed two tornadoes: an F1 in Leamington, and an F2 in Avon. It was one of the strongest tornadoes to hit the province in years.
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