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Tuesday August 26th, 2014

Posted at 6:57pm

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No work for husband tonight tweeted to us by AngelaH ‏@TheLoneWolf_17

One week after a tornado touched down in South Windsor, and another in Harrow, the city and county were again hit by a violent thunderstorm with strong winds that toppled trees and power lines.

Several readers reported seeing what they believed were funnel clouds.

One man was rushed to hospital after being hit by a falling tree in Downtown Windsor.

Windsor airport recorded a wind gust of 35km/h during the storm.

A branch covers the sidewalk on Randolph Avenue

Branches in the roadway on Rankin Avenue

Parts of a tree down on Rankin Avenue

A tree is uprooted on Rankin Avenue

A tree was split in half on University Avenue under the Ambassador Bridge

Firefighters watch over a scene after a fallen tree branch took out hydro wires

Photo by reader Stephanie Labord

Possible “Funnel cloud. Tecumseh and lauzon rd around 4 30pm” by reader Candace Robin Doherty

Tecumseh rd & Chandler westbound lane by reader Theresa Kamrad Batista

By Jocelyn Q

No damage here (Tecumseh & Lauzon), but the clouds were incredible by Colleen McDonald

By Tanya Joyce

Branch down in my neighbours yard….from the wind by Michelle Gosselin-Girard

West windsor by Lisa Valente

In emeryville on the lake by Tabatha Rose-Heaton

Pic from my back yard in Belle River by Adam Hooper

Possible Elephant trunk Funnel cloud spotted in Colchester by Daughnte Steptoe

this was above my house in the east end by Janet Douglas

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