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DarkSky
08-25-2009, 02:42 PM
<table id="table1" border="1" bgcolor="#d8d8d8" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="100%"><tbody><tr><td rowspan="11" align="middle">Aug.20</td> <td align="middle">1</td> <td colspan="2" align="justify">(F2) 5km SW of DURHAM to MARKDALE - Significant house and trailer damage, tree damage, etc.</td> </tr> <tr> <td align="middle">2</td> <td colspan="2" align="justify">(F2) S of THORNBURY to SE of THORNBURY - </td> </tr> <tr> <td align="middle">3</td> <td colspan="2" align="justify">(F2) WOODBRIDGE/VAUGHAN - several KM long, 50+ meters wide. Houses destroyed beyond repair, cars and trucks flipped upside down, hundreds of houses damaged.</td> </tr> <tr> <td align="middle">4</td> <td colspan="2" align="justify">(F1) NEWMARKET - hockey arena almost destroyed</td> </tr> <tr> <td align="middle">5</td> <td colspan="2" align="justify">(F0) GRAVENHURST - Path about 10km long and up to 1km wide</td> </tr> <tr> <td align="middle">6</td> <td colspan="2" align="justify">(F1) MILTON - damage to roofs</td> </tr> <tr> <td align="middle">7</td> <td colspan="2" align="justify">(F1) HALIBURTON - forest and wildlife damage, large swath of trees damaged</td> </tr> <tr> <td align="middle">8</td> <td colspan="2" align="justify">(F?) REDSTONE LAKE - roofs off, trees down in all directions and witnesses all reporting tornado</td> </tr> <tr> <td align="middle">9</td> <td colspan="2" align="justify">(F?) ARNSTEIN TO RESTOULE TO NORTH BAY - waterspout tornado</td> </tr> <tr> <td align="middle">10</td> <td colspan="2" align="justify">(F?) CARLOW MAYO area - large area of tree damage</td> </tr> <tr> <td align="middle">11</td> <td colspan="2" align="justify">(F?) TURNIFF (SE OF BANCROFT) - large swath of tree damage, hunting cabin damaged</td> </tr> </tbody></table> <!-- / message -->

AWCN11 CWTO 251345
WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ALL OF SOUTHERN ONTARIO AND
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION
ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA TORONTO AT 9:13 AM EDT TUESDAY 25
AUGUST 2009.
SUMMARY OF THE TORNADO OUTBREAK OVER ONTARIO ON AUGUST 20.
-------------------------------------------------------------
==WEATHER EVENT DISCUSSION==
..YET ANOTHER DAMAGE SURVEY TEAM HEADS OUT TO THE KENISIS LAKE AREA
NEAR HALIBURTON TODAY..
A TRIPLE BARRELLED SEVERE WEATHER OUTBREAK STRUCK ONTARIO LAST
THURSDAY.
SHORTLY AFTER NOON A SUPERCELL STORM DEVELOPED JUST SOUTH OF LAKE
HURON. THIS CELL TRACKED NORTHEASTWARD FOR A REMARKABLE 200 KM
PRODUCING THE DURHAM AND THORNBURY TORNADOES. THE STORM CELL
FINALLY WEAKENED OVER GEORGIAN BAY TOWARD EVENING.
AT THE SAME TIME A SQUALL LINE DEVELOPED OVER LOWER MICHIGAN THEN
TRACKED ACROSS SOUTHERN ONTARIO DURING THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING
HOURS. THIS FEATURE PRODUCED STRAIGHT LINE WIND DAMAGE TO SEVERAL
LOCALES FROM WINDSOR TO WELL NORTHEAST OF TORONTO AS WELL AS THE
DESTRUCTIVE VAUGHAN AND NEWMARKET TORNADOES.
FINALLY IN THE EARLY EVENING ISOLATED SUPERCELL STORMS TRACKED
TO THE EAST OF GEORGIAN BAY. ONE TRACKED NORTHEASTWARD TO PRODUCE A
PROBABLE TORNADO OVER THE AREA BETWEEN ARNSTEIN AND NORTH BAY AS
WELL AS A WATERSPOUT OVER LAKE NIPISSING.
ANOTHER TORNADO TRACKED THROUGH THE GRAVENHURST AREA BEFORE LIFTING.
IT APPEARS THIS STORM OR ONE NEAR IT PROBABLY SPAWNED A TORNADO THAT
WENT THROUGH THE REDSTONE LAKE AND KENNISIS LAKE DISTRICT. THIS
BRINGS THE TOTAL THUS FAR FOR THE AUGUST 20 STORMS TO 5 CONFIRMED
TORNADOES, 2 PROBABLE TORNADOES AND 1 POSSIBLE TORNADO.
THERE WAS ONE FATALITY WITH THE TORNADO IN THE SOUTH END OF DURHAM.
SEVERAL OF THE TORNADOES WERE RATED AS F2 DAMAGE ON THE FUJITA
SCALE. F2 DAMAGE IS EQUIVALENT TO WIND STRENGTH OF 180 TO 250 KM/H.
THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF TORNADOES AND ASSOCIATED DAMAGE ASSESSED
BY A TOTAL OF FIVE SEPARATE ENVIRONMENT CANADA STORM DAMAGE TEAMS.
-------------------------------------------------------------
DATE
TORNADO LOCATION/PATH DAMAGE OVERVIEW
TORNADO 1 5 KM SW OF DURHAM TO MARKDALE F2 TORNADO DAMAGE
(CONFIRMED) (ROUGHLY 20 KM) (SIGNIFICANT HOUSE
+ TRAILER DAMAGE,
TREES DOWN)
TORNADO 2 FROM SOUTH OF THORNBURY TO THE F2 TORNADO DAMAGE
(CONFIRMED) SOUTHEAST OF THORNBURY (PATH (MANY TREES SNAPPED,
LENGTH UNKNOWN) GEORGIAN PEAKS SUSTAINED
DAMAGE, ROOFS REMOVED,
HOMES DAMAGED)
TORNADO 3 WOODBRIDGE/VAUGHAN F2 TORNADO DAMAGE
(CONFIRMED) (SEVERAL KM LONG (HUNDREDS OF HOMES
+ 50 METRES WIDE) DAMAGED, TREES DOWN,
CARS FLIPPED)
TORNADO 4 NEWMARKET AREA F1 TORNADO DAMAGE
(CONFIRMED) (HOCKEY ARENA ALMOST
DEMOLISHED, ROYAL
CANADIAN RIDING ACADEMY
SUSTAINED DAMAGE)
TORNADO 5 GRAVENHURST AREA F0 TORNADO DAMAGE
(CONFIRMED) (PATH ABOUT 10 KM LONG (SHALLOW ROOTED
AND UP TO 1 KM WIDE) TREES DOWN)
TORNADO 6 MILTON F1 TORNADO DAMAGE
(CONFIRMED) (LIGHT STANDARDS DOWN,
ROOF DAMAGE OF MEDICAL
CENTRE AND NEARBY HOTEL,
TREES AND FENCES DOWN,
MINOR HOME DAMAGE)
TORNADO 7 ARNSTEIN TO RESTOULE TO NORTH WATERSPOUT/TORNADO
(PROBABLE) BAY (PATH LENGTH UNKNOWN AT SIGHTINGS (DAMAGE DETAILS
THIS TIME) UNCERTAIN AT THIS TIME)
TORNADO 8 REDSTONE LAKE / KENNISIS LAKE TORNADO SIGHTINGS (TREES
(PROBABLE) (NORTH OF HALIBURTON) DOWN/COTTAGES DAMAGED)
(INTENSITY UNCERTAIN AT
THIS TIME)
ENVIRONMENT CANADA CONTINUES TO EVALUATE THE DAMAGE FROM THE STORMS
AND WILL UPDATE THIS MESSAGE AS NECESSARY.
END/OSPC

DarkSky
08-25-2009, 02:43 PM
LOTS of video were shot during these tornados

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZgXjcdiNcGw
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AW77B0X6Cq0

DarkSky
08-25-2009, 02:45 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TTxTWc0ShAg

DarkSky
08-25-2009, 02:46 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1QtwBbvbhEY

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qNGohf5GU5A

BoredComputerNerd
08-25-2009, 06:53 PM
WARNING: PROFANITY USED IN VIDEOS BELOW [-admin]

A couple videos of the storm passing to the south of Stratford.

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Itchy
08-25-2009, 09:32 PM
Intercepted a couple cells ahead of the big squall Line , they showed some rotation and great shear but were swallowed up by the line eventualy. if I went north through the cell I would have seen alot more, but I left before things were really going and I had to guess. So I'm happy with my results , I skipped out on chasing the durham supercell for that reason , when i saw it around Sarnia , when I drove north i'd have to guess for the intercept and with visibility bad, and the storms extremely fast I decided to opt out.
After the southern cell took off and the Northern one bledning into the main storm I decided to ride it out and head home.

Here is the cell to my south http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3468/3857478148_fc7fa3caa6_b.jpg

Here is the Northern one, it's taller and faster with rotation as well but it winds up being swallowed by the trailing squall

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2488/3843574788_5c4603131c_b.jpg

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2516/3857480966_d794d89e51_b.jpg

Here's an image of the farmer clearing a tree, on the way home I noticed a small aread with alot of healthy mid sized branches laying around and the tree pictured here. I wonder how strong the winds were....

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3424/3842808963_c0bd9263e8_b.jpg

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7uneA7XuZVI

DarkSky
08-26-2009, 12:34 PM
Good shots Itchy.

Here's a CityTV news article with a lot of pictures and some video:

http://www.citytv.com/toronto/citynews/news/local/article/51803--your-pictures-violent-storm-suspected-tornadoes-cause-widespread-damage

DarkSky
08-26-2009, 12:36 PM
AWCN11 CWTO 260848
WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ALL OF SOUTHERN ONTARIO AND
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION
ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA TORONTO
AT 4:48 AM EDT WEDNESDAY 26 AUGUST 2009.
SUMMARY OF THE TORNADO OUTBREAK OVER ONTARIO ON AUGUST 20.
-------------------------------------------------------------
==WEATHER EVENT DISCUSSION==
A TRIPLE BARRELLED SEVERE WEATHER OUTBREAK STRUCK ONTARIO LAST
THURSDAY.
SHORTLY AFTER NOON A SUPERCELL STORM DEVELOPED JUST SOUTH OF LAKE
HURON. THIS CELL TRACKED NORTHEASTWARD FOR A REMARKABLE 200 KM
PRODUCING THE DURHAM AND THORNBURY TORNADOES. THE STORM CELL
FINALLY WEAKENED OVER GEORGIAN BAY TOWARD EVENING.
AT THE SAME TIME A SQUALL LINE DEVELOPED OVER LOWER MICHIGAN THEN
TRACKED ACROSS SOUTHERN ONTARIO DURING THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING
HOURS. THIS FEATURE PRODUCED STRAIGHT LINE WIND DAMAGE TO SEVERAL
LOCALES FROM WINDSOR TO WELL NORTHEAST OF TORONTO AS WELL AS THE
DESTRUCTIVE VAUGHAN AND NEWMARKET TORNADOES.
FINALLY IN THE EARLY EVENING ISOLATED SUPERCELL STORMS TRACKED
TO THE EAST OF GEORGIAN BAY. ONE TRACKED NORTHEASTWARD TO PRODUCE A
PROBABLE TORNADO OVER THE AREA BETWEEN ARNSTEIN AND NORTH BAY AS
WELL AS A WATERSPOUT OVER LAKE NIPISSING.
ANOTHER TORNADO TRACKED THROUGH THE GRAVENHURST AREA BEFORE LIFTING.
THIS STORM OR ONE NEAR SPAWNED A TORNADO THAT WENT THROUGH THE
REDSTONE LAKE AND KENNISIS LAKE DISTRICT. THIS BRINGS THE TOTAL THUS
FAR FOR THE AUGUST 20 STORMS TO 8 CONFIRMED TORNADOES, 1 PROBABLE
TORNADO AND 2 POSSIBLE TORNADOES.
THERE WAS ONE FATALITY WITH THE TORNADO IN THE SOUTH END OF DURHAM.
SEVERAL OF THE TORNADOES WERE RATED AS F2 DAMAGE ON THE FUJITA
SCALE. F2 DAMAGE IS EQUIVALENT TO WIND STRENGTH OF 180 TO 250 KM/H.
THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF TORNADOES AND ASSOCIATED DAMAGE ASSESSED
BY A TOTAL OF FIVE SEPARATE ENVIRONMENT CANADA STORM DAMAGE TEAMS.
-------------------------------------------------------------
DATE
TORNADO LOCATION/PATH DAMAGE OVERVIEW
TORNADO 1 5 KM SW OF DURHAM TO MARKDALE F2 TORNADO DAMAGE
(CONFIRMED) (ROUGHLY 20 KM) (SIGNIFICANT HOUSE
+ TRAILER DAMAGE,
TREES DOWN)
TORNADO 2 FROM SOUTH OF THORNBURY TO THE F2 TORNADO DAMAGE
(CONFIRMED) SOUTHEAST OF THORNBURY (PATH (MANY TREES SNAPPED,
LENGTH UNKNOWN) GEORGIAN PEAKS SUSTAINED
DAMAGE, ROOFS REMOVED,
HOMES DAMAGED)
TORNADO 3 WOODBRIDGE/VAUGHAN F2 TORNADO DAMAGE
(CONFIRMED) (SEVERAL KM LONG (HUNDREDS OF HOMES
+ 50 METRES WIDE) DAMAGED, TREES DOWN,
CARS FLIPPED)
TORNADO 4 NEWMARKET AREA F1 TORNADO DAMAGE
(CONFIRMED) (HOCKEY ARENA ALMOST
DEMOLISHED, ROYAL
CANADIAN RIDING ACADEMY
SUSTAINED DAMAGE)
TORNADO 5 GRAVENHURST AREA F0 TORNADO DAMAGE
(CONFIRMED) (PATH ABOUT 10 KM LONG (SHALLOW ROOTED
AND UP TO 1 KM WIDE) TREES DOWN)
TORNADO 6 MILTON F1 TORNADO DAMAGE
(CONFIRMED) (LIGHT STANDARDS DOWN,
ROOF DAMAGE OF MEDICAL
CENTRE AND NEARBY HOTEL,
TREES AND FENCES DOWN,
MINOR HOME DAMAGE)
TORNADO 7 HALIBURTON FOREST AND WILDLIFE F1 TORNADO DAMAGE (VERY
(CONFIRMED) CENTRE(NORTHWEST OF HALIBURTON) LARGE SWATH OF TREES
DAMAGED)
TORNADO 8 REDSTONE LAKE F0 TORNADO DAMAGE
(CONFIRMED) (MINOR ROOF DAMAGE)
TORNADO 9 ARNSTEIN TO RESTOULE TO NORTH WATERSPOUT/TORNADO
(PROBABLE) BAY (PATH LENGTH UNKNOWN AT SIGHTINGS (DAMAGE DETAILS
THIS TIME) UNCERTAIN AT THIS TIME)
TORNADO 10 CARLOW MAYO AREA (EAST OF FUNNEL CLOUD SIGHTING
(POSSIBLE) BANCROFT) (LARGE AREA OF TREE
DAMAGE)
TORNADO 11 TURNIFF (SE OF BANCROFT) LARGE SWATH OF TREE
(POSSIBLE) DAMAGE, AND HUNTING CABIN
DAMAGE.
ENVIRONMENT CANADA CONTINUES TO EVALUATE THE DAMAGE FROM THE STORMS
AND WILL UPDATE THIS MESSAGE AS NECESSARY.
END/OSPC

DarkSky
09-01-2009, 12:52 PM
Some damage photos from Durham

Tom Stefanac
09-01-2009, 09:43 PM
Damage Photos from Woodbridge, full gallery here (http://www.vaughanweather.com/woodbridge_tornado/)

http://www.vaughanweather.com/woodbridge_tornado/images/tornado_damage208.jpg

http://www.vaughanweather.com/woodbridge_tornado/images/tornado_damage168.jpg

http://www.vaughanweather.com/woodbridge_tornado/images/tornado_damage167.jpg

http://www.vaughanweather.com/woodbridge_tornado/images/tornado_damage169.jpg

http://www.vaughanweather.com/woodbridge_tornado/images/tornado_damage141.jpg

http://www.vaughanweather.com/woodbridge_tornado/images/tornado_damage280.jpg

http://www.vaughanweather.com/woodbridge_tornado/images/tornado_damage283.jpg

http://www.vaughanweather.com/woodbridge_tornado/images/tornado_damage49.jpg

http://www.vaughanweather.com/woodbridge_tornado/images/tornado_damage44.jpg

http://www.vaughanweather.com/woodbridge_tornado/images/tornado_damage94.jpg

DarkSky
09-06-2009, 01:10 PM
Wikipedia section on this outbreak:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Central_Ontario_and_GTA_Tornado_Outbreak,_August_20_2009

Derecho
09-09-2009, 03:22 PM
WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ALL OF SOUTHERN ONTARIO AND
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION
ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA TORONTO
AT 4:33 AM EDT FRIDAY 4 SEPTEMBER 2009.
-------------------------------------------------------------
==WEATHER EVENT DISCUSSION==
..ANOTHER TORNADO CONFIRMED FROM AUGUST 20TH OUTBREAK..
AN ENVIRONMENT CANADA DAMAGE SURVEY TEAM CONDUCTED A GROUND AND
AERIAL SURVEY THURSDAY IN PORTIONS OF THE OTONABEE - SOUTH MONAGHAN
TOWNSHIP. THE TEAM HAS CONFIRMED THAT AN F1 TORNADO BEGAN ON THE
NORTH SIDE OF RICE LAKE NEAR THE INDIAN RIVER AND THEN MOVED
NORTHEASTWARDS TOWARDS THE BLEZARD AREA. THIS AREA IS ABOUT 15 KM
SOUTHEAST OF PETERBOROUGH. THE DAMAGE TRACK WAS INTERMITTENT AND
APPROXIMATELY 12 KM LONG. AN F1 TORNADO HAS PEAK WINDS BETWEEN 120
AND 170 KM/H.
THE TOTAL NUMBER OF TORNADOES FOR AUGUST 20TH IS NOW 13 WITH 11
CONFIRMED AND TWO PROBABLE TORNADOES. FOUR OF THESE TORNADOES
WERE RATED F2. WITH THE ADDITION OF THESE 13 CONFIRMED/PROBABLE
TORNADOES THE TOTAL NUMBER OF TORNADOES FOR THE SEASON SO FAR STANDS
AT 22. IN AN AVERAGE YEAR ONTARIO HAS 11 TORNADOES. THE LAST TIME WE
HAD MORE THAN 2 TORNADOES ON ONE DAY THAT WERE F2 OR HIGHER WAS MAY
31, 1985. ON THAT DAY, THERE WERE 12 F2 TORNADOES OR HIGHER. THE
GREATEST NUMBER OF TORNADO EVENTS IN ONE YEAR IS 29 IN 2006. THE
SUMMER SEVERE WEATHER SEASON NORMALLY BEGINS IN LATE APRIL AND
CONTINUES UNTIL EARLY OCTOBER.
ENVIRONMENT CANADA CONTINUES TO RECEIVE REPORTS CONCERNING THE
EVENTS OF AUGUST 20TH. FUTURE STORM SUMMARIES WILL BE ISSUED AS
REQUIRED OVER THE COURSE OF THE COMING DAYS.
---------------------------------------------------------------
DATE
TORNADO LOCATION/PATH DAMAGE OVERVIEW

TORNADO 1 14 KM SW OF DURHAM TO MARKDALE F2 TORNADO DAMAGE
(CONFIRMED) (ROUGHLY 36 KM) (SIGNIFICANT HOUSE
+ TRAILER DAMAGE,
TREES DOWN)

TORNADO 2 FROM SOUTH OF THORNBURY TO THE F2 TORNADO DAMAGE
(CONFIRMED) SOUTHEAST OF THORNBURY (MANY TREES SNAPPED,
(INTERMITTENT DAMAGE PATH OF GEORGIAN PEAKS SUSTAINED
OF 9 KM) DAMAGE, ROOFS REMOVED,
HOMES DAMAGED)

TORNADO 3 WOODBRIDGE (SOUTHWESTERN F2 TORNADO DAMAGE
(CONFIRMED) VAUGHAN) (DOZENS OF HOMES
(3.5 KM LONG & 100 METRES WIDE) SIGNIFICANTLY DAMAGED,
TREES DOWN, CARS FLIPPED)

TORNADO 4 MAPLE (NORTHEASTERN VAUGHAN) F2 TORNADO DAMAGE
(CONFIRMED) (2.7 KM LONG & 100 METRES WIDE) (DOZENS OF HOMES
SIGNIFICANTLY DAMAGED,
TREES DOWN)

TORNADO 5 NEWMARKET AREA F1 TORNADO DAMAGE
(CONFIRMED) (HOCKEY ARENA ALMOST
DEMOLISHED, ROYAL
CANADIAN RIDING ACADEMY
SUSTAINED DAMAGE)

TORNADO 6 GRAVENHURST AREA F0 TORNADO DAMAGE
(CONFIRMED) (PATH ABOUT 10 KM LONG (SHALLOW ROOTED
AND UP TO 1 KM WIDE) TREES DOWN)

TORNADO 7 MILTON F1 TORNADO DAMAGE
(CONFIRMED) (LIGHT STANDARDS DOWN,
ROOF DAMAGE OF MEDICAL
CENTRE AND NEARBY HOTEL,
TREES AND FENCES DOWN,
MINOR HOME DAMAGE)

TORNADO 8 HALIBURTON FOREST AND WILDLIFE F1 TORNADO DAMAGE (VERY
(CONFIRMED) CENTRE(NORTHWEST OF HALIBURTON) LARGE SWATH OF TREES
DAMAGED)

TORNADO 9 REDSTONE LAKE F0 TORNADO DAMAGE
(CONFIRMED) (MINOR ROOF DAMAGE)

TORNADO 10 NEW LOWELL TO EDENVALE F1 TORNADO DAMAGE
(CONFIRMED) (WEST OF BARRIE) (TWO ROOFS PARTIALLY
(PATH 12.6 KM LONG) REMOVED, FARM SHED
COLLAPSED, 1000 POUND
TRAILER MOVED 300 FT)

TORNADO 11 ARNSTEIN AREA F1 TORNADO DAMAGE
(PROBABLE) WATERSPOUT/TORNADO
SIGHTINGS (LARGE SWATH
OF TREE DAMAGE, SHED
MOVED, MINOR HOUSE
DAMAGE)

TORNADO 12 BANCROFT/CARLOW MAYO AREA F1 TORNADO DAMAGE
(PROBABLE) (SE OF BANCROFT) FUNNEL CLOUD SIGHTING
(LARGE AREAS OF TREE
DAMAGE)

TORNADO 13 RICE LAKE F1 TORNADO DAMAGE
(CONFIRMED) (SE OF PETERBOROUGH) (ROOF, TREE DAMAGE)
END/OSPC

DarkSky
09-16-2009, 10:48 PM
Tornado at The Georgian Bay Club :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bLHDE9dNM2c

In Vaughan:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=31t1cAPSvrE&NR=1

BoredComputerNerd
09-16-2009, 10:59 PM
Thayne Hallyburton, you call your self a chaser? They're stolen from Extremeinstability.com.

DarkSky
09-16-2009, 11:08 PM
Thayne Hallyburton, you call your self a chaser? They're stolen from Extremeinstability.com.

Thank you BCN. I have found some of the pictures he posted on that site after checking just now. His post has been deleted, account banned. Thanks.

NOTE TO ALL: Posting fake images or images without a link to where you got them from is NOT allowed. Posts will be removed, accounts deleted, if you do so.

carlesbad
09-17-2009, 12:51 PM
I wilkl obnly post this once, I just feel I have to defend myself

I SAID, i go them in an EMAIL, i can forward it to u if u want proof...never said they were mine....

that is all.

DarkSky
09-17-2009, 01:41 PM
I wilkl obnly post this once, I just feel I have to defend myself

I SAID, i go them in an EMAIL, i can forward it to u if u want proof...never said they were mine....

that is all.

Doesn't matter. Every user is responsible for anything he/she posts on here. If you're unsure of something, don't post it. And to make it REALLY simple, only post your OWN material, never post someone else's. You're "friend" is a rip-off artist taking other people's hard work and passing it off as his own. End of discussion (any more posts related to this will be deleted)

Itchy
09-17-2009, 05:59 PM
that georgian bay tornado is wild, everything was moving so fast this day. Kudos to whoever shot that, I still have somany pics to post to this site but I just fractured my hand . Takes to long to type things out now

davefootball123
07-25-2010, 07:31 PM
This as the storm was in the Hamilton just after it produced the vaughan tornado. All i can say is wow i want another one cause we got smacked

Itchy
09-09-2010, 04:48 PM
never saw this video of the Durham F2 and thought it was worth sharing. Really shows how dangerous the tornado was. Poor visibility, fast moving and very undefined........

I was watching a news report on August 20th this year the they made a mistake that really bugged me, they said the Vaughn f2 caused the fatality...Imagine if that family was watching

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3HtCCipBI0