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Old 09-28-2009, 07:38 PM
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Default Rumor has it a funnel cloud was seen in Bowmanville today.

I was at Canadian Tire tonight (Monday Sept 28 09) and the casher said a funnel cloud was spotted just north of the store around 5:00 this afternoon. The store is located on Hwy 2, km west of Regional road 57 (Waverly). Anyone hear more about this? Or is it just Rumor?
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Default Re: Rumor has it a funnel cloud was seen in Bowmanville today.

I've heard talk of this today. Nothing confirmed though (as far as touchdowns go).

Apparently there's been a lot of high winds in southern Ontario today. Nothing here in St. Kitts though. Just some rain this morning.
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Default Re: Rumor has it a funnel cloud was seen in Bowmanville today.

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ALL OF SOUTHERN ONTARIO AND THE NATIONAL CAPITAL
REGION ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA TORONTO AT 3:23 PM EDT TUESDAY
29 SEPTEMBER 2009.
TORNADO CONFIRMED IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF CLARINGTON FROM
THUNDERSTORMS ON MONDAY.
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==WEATHER EVENT DISCUSSION==
A SHARP COLD FRONT WHICH RACED ACROSS SOUTHERN ONTARIO ON MONDAY
SPAWNED A LINE OF THUNDERSTORMS WHICH RACED FROM OSHAWA EAST ALONG
THE LAKE ONTARIO SHORELINE TOWARDS TRENTON EARLY MONDAY AFTERNOON.
AN ENVIRONMENT CANADA STORM DAMAGE TEAM INVESTIGATED THE DAMAGE IN
THE MUNICIPALITY OF CLARINGTON TODAY LOCATED IN EASTERN PORTIONS OF
PICKERING-OSHAWA-SOUTHERN DURHAM REGION. THE DAMAGE WAS ASSESSED AS
AN F1 TORNADO. F1 WINDS RANGE FROM 120 TO 170 KM/H.
THE UPDATED TOTAL NUMBER OF TORNADOES FOR THE 2009 SEASON NOW STANDS
AT 27. THIS IS JUST SHY OF 2006 WHEN A RECORD 29 TORNADOES OCCURRED.
IN AN AVERAGE YEAR ONTARIO HAS 11 TORNADOES.
THE FOLLOWING HIGHLIGHTS THE DAMAGE FROM THIS TORNADO.
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DATE
TIME(LCL) LOCATION EVENT DESCRIPTION
NEAR NOON EAST OF ORONO DAMAGE TO THREE BARNS EAST OF ORONO
SEPT 28 (PATH 8 KM LONG) TO KENDAL, INCLUDING ONE COMPLETELY
COLLAPSED. TREES DOWN. FUNNEL CLOUDS
SIGHTED
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS SUMMARY CONTAINS THE OBSERVATIONS AT THE TIME
OF BROADCAST AND DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN OFFICIAL AND FINAL REPORT OF
THE WEATHER EVENTS OR THE HIGH IMPACT EVENTS ATTRIBUTED TO THE
WEATHER EVENTS.
END/OSPC
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