Last week there was the risk that a Tornado was going to touch down somewhere in the southern half of Ontario due to a massive storm.\nThankfully, nothing actually happened and there was no tornado activity at all in the province last week.\nThat is not the case this week, with multiple videos appearing online showing what appears to be small tornados touching down in the province.\n@CTVNews @CTVBarrieNews @IWeatherCanada brief tornado sighting in Guthrie just N of Barrie. #ONStorm pic.twitter.com/3nEW0ECJjC\n— Jordan Coros (@Jordancoros512) August 28, 2018\nThe tornado in the video above was apparently spotted in Guthrie, just north of Barrie, Ontario where several tornadoes were spotted throughout the evening yesterday.\nSomeone also saw and filmed a tornado in the area of Barrie last night before posting it on social media.\nIt's hard to tell whether or not both videos are of the same tornado, but the footage is very intense.\n#onstorm #onwx Woah! 😮 Up close video of the tornado earlier north of Barrie.Courtesy of Ray D. pic.twitter.com/U4o8FebLHw\n— Instant Weather ON (@IWeatherON) August 28, 2018\nSomeone else managed to capture an image of a tornado in the Barrie area yesterday. According to their tweet, they actually followed the tornado - something we don't recommend anyone do.\nOnce again, we can't tell if these are all different tornadoes or the same one seen multiple times by different people. The tweets say that "there may have in fact been two tornadoes here," but we don't know for sure.\nBut if it is the same one as the others then it looks quite menacing here.\nAnd thanks to my dash cam, I have proof (it was so tough keeping up with this thing that I never did get any camera shots of the tornado). This is taken heading S on Line 7 in Oro E of Barrie. There may have in fact been two tornadoes here - will be investigating this... #onstorm pic.twitter.com/66EbcJLS7P\n— Dave Sills (@dave_sills) August 28, 2018\nThere's also another video of a tornado in the province, right behind someone's house.\nThe poster of this tweet doesn't say where it was so we can't give you an idea of where this happened.\nBut it looks very frightening.\nTornado behind my house tonight. Never thought I'd see one #ONStorm @IWeatherCanada pic.twitter.com/1DhMi5aywm\n— Chris Dennie (@Cdennie24) August 28, 2018\nOf course, it doesn't seem that everyone near a tornado yesterday was as scared as we would have been. At least one person's father just took the whole thing in stride.\nA tornado touched down 20 minutes from my parents house in Barrie. Called my Dad to tell him to go to the basement and he goes "nah, enjoying my scotch on the deck". Wild.\n— Andre Apperley (@andreapperley) August 28, 2018\nClearly, some people just aren't scared of anything.