There was not a tornado in Saint-Adolphe-d'Howard, in the Laurentians, last Saturday, but three, confirmed Environment Canada on Tuesday evening.
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"The EF2 tornado that affected the municipality of Saint-Adolphe-d'Howard on July 23 was accompanied by 2 satellite tornadoes that affected regions adjacent to the main tornadic circulation", can we read in a published meteorological summary early Tuesday evening.
It was after a field investigation that the federal agency was able to determine the presence of the two other tornadoes of force EF0 and EF1.
“The first affected the area around Chemin du Village between Gratton Beach and Chemin du Mont Howard. [...] The second affected an area further west of Lake Saint-Joseph and north of Long Lake,” said Environment Canada.