Two Tornadoes Touchdown in Meadow Lake Provincial Park
Environment and Climate Change Canada has confirmed that two tornadoes touched down in Meadow Lake Provincial Park on Saturday.
There were reports of golf ball sized hail and 2 tornadoes, one that traveled just north of the Murray Doell Campground, and another that passed south.
The northern track tornado occurred at 4:30 pm CST roughly 15 kilometres northwest of Goodsoil. Numerous trees were down or snapped, one camping trailer was rolled, many camping trailers damaged by fallen trees, many sheds/outhouse structures rolled and one severely damaged, damage to roofing and shingles.
This tornado was given a preliminary rating of an EF-1 with estimated wind speed between 135 and 175 km/h.
The southern track tornado touched down at 4:30 pm CST about 10 kilometers northwest of Goodsoil.
There was damage to trees.
This tornado has been given a peliminary rating of EF-0 with estimated wind speed between 90 and 130 km/h
Based on ECCC Data