An F3 tornado—Winds roaring at 280 km/h., and just 12 minutes for Goderich residents to find shelter.
Weather patterns that developed Ontario recognized the most beautiful city in ruins in a flash on Lake Huron with a pattern of problems, meteorologists quickly Tornado.
But if the same storm had taken 10 years ago, before Doppler radar was installed at the weather station Exeter, Goderich may have received no warning at all, said Environment Canada meteorologist.
”It’s certainly a possibility,” said Jean-Paul Cragg. “You would not have the same level of security we have today.”
The echo c-hook that takes the movement of moisture “rain, hail or even dirt” in a storm cell, and a circular pattern, the air movement caused by moisture.
Sunday, the two signatures appeared on the radar, said Cragg, the system worked as it should, although the further from the coast and the radar station in Exeter, which is less specific detailed or reliable.