872  
AWCN15 CWWG 151636  
WEATHER SUMMARY  
FOR ALBERTA  
ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA  
AT 10:36 A.M. MDT MONDAY 15 JULY 2019.  
 
DISCUSSION.  
 
SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED ACROSS PORTIONS OF SOUTHERN AND  
CENTRAL ALBERTA DURING THE AFTERNOON OF SUNDAY, JULY 14. BELOW IS A  
SUMMARY OF REPORTS RECEIVED BY ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE CANADA  
AS OF 10 AM MDT ON JULY 15:  
 
CONFIRMED TORNADO:  
TIME: APPROXIMATELY 2:15 PM MDT  
LOCATION: ROUGHLY 2 KM NORTHEAST OF CROSSFIELD  
DAMAGE: FLIPPED / DESTROYED HOLIDAY TRAILER; ECCC CONTINUES TO  
INVESTIGATE  
PRELIMINARY RATING: EF0  
ESTIMATED WIND SPEED IN KILOMETRES PER HOUR: 90 - 130  
 
ECCC METEOROLOGISTS AT THE STORM PREDICTION CENTRE EDMONTON CONTINUE  
TO INVESTIGATE THIS TORNADO. IF YOU OR ANYONE YOU KNOW HAS PHOTOS,  
VIDEOS OR ANY OTHER INFORMATION REGARDING THIS EVENT, PLEASE EMAIL  
ABSTORM@CANADA.CA OR CALL 1-800-239-0484.  
 
FUNNEL CLOUDS REPORTED SOUTH OF GULL LAKE AND OVER GRIMSHAW  
 
STRONG WIND GUSTS (IN KILOMETRES PER HOUR):  
 
- RECEIVED FROM ALBERTA 511 WEATHER STATION:  
 
HWY 9 AND 56 SE OF MORRIN: 131  
 
- RECEIVED FROM ENVIRONMENT CANADA WEATHER STATIONS:  
 
WEST OF HANDHILLS LAKE: 102  
SHEERNESS: 94  
DRUMHELLER: 78  
 
HAIL REPORTS (IN MILLIMETRES):  
 
EAST OF CROSSFIELD: 24  
NEAR BIG STONE: 23  
 
RAIN REPORTS (IN MILLIMETRES):  
 
BODO: 25  
 
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS SUMMARY MAY CONTAIN PRELIMINARY OR UNOFFICIAL  
INFORMATION AND DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A COMPLETE OR FINAL REPORT.  
 
END/PASPC  
 
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