Tornado season is in full swing in Alberta. 

On Wednesday, July 8, CBC News reported that four Alberta tornadoes touched ground near the towns of Keoma, Acme, Trochu, and Brooks.




These tornadoes didn't last for a long time and are said to have caused no damage. 

The first of the four tornadoes was reported to have occurred just after 5 p.m. near Keoma whereas the last of them ripped through near the town of Brooks just after 8 p.m. 

The less-intense tornadoes took up the form of funnel clouds, with debris blowing through around them. 

Via CBC News

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