Researchers from Western University have confirmed that a tornado touched down in Beachville on Sunday.
BEACHVILLE - Researchers from Western Univiserity have confirmed that a tornado touched down in Beachville on Sunday.
The Western Northern Tornado Project confirmed yesterday that a EFI tornado touched down on Sunday. The twister had maximum winds of 150 km/h with a length of 2.8 km and a width of a 100 m. You can see the damage done through drone photo's below. The twister had a very narrow path in Beachville before it died down.
Update 2 - @westernuNTP has confirmed a tornado in Beachville, near Woodstock, ON, from the July 19th storms. The NTP survey team assessed EF1 wind damage to trees (150 km/h max winds), prelim length of 2.8 km / width of 100 m. A narrow path is visible in drone imagery. #onstorm pic.twitter.com/BGK1IRut5E— Dave Sills (@dave_sills) July 21, 2020
The NTP also confirmed tornadoes in Belmont and Lucan on Sunday.
You can see damage from the storm on Sunday in Oxford County online here.