Environment Canada has issued a warning for a possible tornado in Vancouver’s North Shore and Howe Sound.
The warning comes after video posted on social media shows a funnel-shaped cloud along Vancouver’s coastline.
The national weather agency called the situation “dangerous and potentially life-threatening” in a bulletin posted Saturday afternoon. “Conditions are favourable for the development of funnel clouds and possibly brief, weak tornadoes.”
God damn this huge tornado🌪
On YVR airport…#Vancouver #tornado #metrovancouver pic.twitter.com/a6qtyVrgZe
— 🇯🇵lil.INV🇨🇦 (@InvLil) November 7, 2021
Environment Canada said the tornado is weakening, but warned nearby residents to be vigilant for changes in storm behaviour.
Residents should be prepared for severe weather. Environment Canada said in the event of a tornado, people should take cover indoors on the lowest floor away from windows.
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