By The Ottawa Sun, October 5, 2018
The massive tornado that smashed into Dunrobin was the most powerful wind storm to strike Eastern Ontario in more than a century, according to an Environment Canada report.
In its September Ontario Review, the weather agency says the Dunrobin storm did not match the intensity of a twister that smashed into Chesterville in 1902. A slightly less powerful tornado hit Rockland a year later.
The report adds a caveat: The powerful 1978 Masson-Angers, Que., tornado crossed over briefly into rural Eastern Ontario between Cumberland and Rockland).https://ottawasun.com/news/local-news/dunrobin-tornado-was-regions-most-power-in-116-years-environment-canada-says/wcm/6789bd9e-106c-4d85-8ec5-730c24024d4e