Strong to severe thunderstorms affected parts of Central and Eastern Ontario on Friday, July 1st. A previous investigation allowed Environment Canada to confirm the second tornado of the season, in Ontario, over Buckhorn Lake north of Peterborough. Further damage areas from Sunderland to Lindsay were attributed to downbursts. A more recent investigation has centered on funnel cloud reports received near Swift Rapids, southwest of Gravenhurst. Eyewitnesses report seeing a funnel cloud in the area at around 3:30 PM on July 1st and there was video evidence. The on-site investigation confirmed a narrow damage path about 30 metres wide, along the lakeshore. This permits Environment Canada to confirm the third tornado of the season in Ontario, which is being ranked as a EF-0 (Enhanced Fujita Scale zero) tornado, with estimated winds less than 120 kilometres per hour. Environment Canada encourages anyone with further information including pictures and videos to send them to email@example.com or tweet reports to #onstorm.