Sep 25, 2018 11:48:31 AM
When you think of windstorms and tornados, images of Dorothy, Toto, and living in Kansas come to mind! However, these storms do happen in our neck of the woods and can be a destructive reality. In Canada, tornado season typically runs between March and October, with activity peaking in late June or early July. Accompanied by thunder, lightning and high winds, the average wind storm causes a damage swath of approximately six kilometres in length.