How strong was the tornado in Barrie in 1985?
1985 Barrie tornado
|Max. rating1||F4 tornado|
|Fatalities||≥ 8 fatalities, ≥ 155 injuries|
|Damage||$150 million (1985 CAD) $326 million (2022 CAD)|
|Part of the 1985 United States–Canada tornado outbreak and the tornadoes and tornado outbreaks of 1985 1Most severe tornado damage; see Fujita scale|
When was the worst tornado in Ontario?
This Day In Weather History is a daily podcast by Chris Mei from The Weather Network, featuring stories about people, communities and events and how weather impacted them. On Thursday, Aug. 20, 2009, 19 tornadoes touched down in southern Ontario, making it the largest single-day twister outbreak in Canadian history.
Are tornadoes common in Barrie Ontario?
Barrie has experienced two major tornados, in May 1985 and in July 2021.
What level was the tornado in Barrie?
EF-2 tornado confirmed in Barrie.
When was the last tornado that hit Barrie?
The EF-2 tornado hit a neighbourhood in the Prince William Way area in the afternoon of July 15 with 210km/h. The storm’s track was 12 km in length and 600 m wide.
Where was the tornado in Barrie in 1985?
The Barrie tornado of 1985 skipped its way from the west near Angus and smashed into homes in the Patterson and Crawford roads area, crossing into Highway 400 at Essa Road into what was then the fairgrounds, up into the Allandale residential area, over to the Brentwood Marina and moving westward at Kempenfelt Bay.
How many tornadoes did Canada have in 2021?
The NTP confirmed 81 tornadoes over land across Canada in 2021. While that’s above the yearly average of 61 tornadoes, more than half of those twisters took aim at Ontario.
What was the worst tornado in Canada?
the Regina Cyclone of
The deadliest tornado in Canadian history, the Regina Cyclone of June 30, 1912, killed 28 and injured 300. Urban centres are not immune from the threat of severe tornadoes.
Where did Barrie tornado hit 1985?
Where was the tornado in Barrie yesterday?
The EF-2 tornado hit a neighbourhood in the Prince William Way area in the afternoon of July 15 with 210km/h. The storm’s track was 12 km in length and 600 m wide. One hundred and ten homes were damaged, with 71 homes deemed unsafe.
Where did the 1985 Barrie tornado hit?