Our Changing World; A Tornado Outbreak in Canada // Sep 26, 2018
After an outbreak of 6 tornadoes in Ontario and Quebec on Friday September 21, 2018 there have been many questions. In Ontario, there was an EF1 near Calabogie, an EF3 that destroyed much of Dunrobin, then tracked through Ottawa and went across the Ottawa River to damage Gatineau in Quebec, and an EF2 in the southern part of Ottawa. There were 3 additional tornadoes in northern regions of Quebec. Is this a freak of nature or part of a worrying new trend?
This video is the first of four where I discuss the science, properties, and changing nature of tornadoes in our rapidly warming world.
Parliament Buildings in Canada, Friday September 21st, with storm carrying tornado behind. Just to left and right of tower (Peace Tower) you can see rotation of Supercell.
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