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montreal waterspout





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Published on Jul 23, 2008

Environment Canada confirms reports of a funnel cloud in east-end Montreal on Wednesday afternoon.
Witnesses sent several pictures into CTV News that show a cloud over the St. Lawrence River.
Media reports say the cloud produced a waterspout, a phenomenon where the high, swirling winds suck water hundreds of feet into the air.
Storm alert
Environment Canada issued a storrm alert for 1:23 p.m. for Montreal and Laval.
They said there was a possibility of winds of at least 90 km/h and hail up to 2 cm in diameter.

more of the waterspout pictures can be found here


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