Environment Canada has confirmed that a tornado developed "about 10 km southeast of Gatineau Airport" around 6 PM on this past Sunday evening.\nThe tornado then moved along the Ottawa River, crossed it, and eventually came ashore on the Ontario side of the river.\nVideos and photos below show the extensive wind damage that occurred in several locations around Ottawa's east end and along the Ottawa River.\nEnvironment Canada has also confirmed that there was one injury related to the tornado that was seen tearing through the Ottawa River area this weekend.\nResidents witnessed the tornado tear through Orleans ripping shingles off rooftops and toppling trees along nearby 10th line road @ctvottawa pic.twitter.com/71r6iGs5rn— Mike Arsalides (@MArsalidesCTV) June 3, 2019\nMore viewer video of what may have been a tornado touching down in East Ottawa pic.twitter.com/aXyQz0T4ci— Annie BergeronOliver (@AnnieClaireBO) June 2, 2019\nThis was from our place in Rockland #tornado @weathernetwork @BlacksWeather @CTV pic.twitter.com/OrbFFG5VF2— Leslie S (@leslielscott) June 2, 2019\nAreas notably affected include Orleans, where a funnel cloud was seen. Damage included trees that were blown down and shingles that were torn from the tops of people's homes.\nThe CBC also indicated that the weather systems moving through the area provided the perfect recipe for this kind of weather event. It was cool early in the day but then warmed up radically later in the day, jumping from 12°C or 13°C to 21°C right before the tornado began.\nREAD ALSO: Montreal is Set To Break A 122-Year Cold Weather Record Today\nSeveral roads in the Orleans area were closed due to the extensive damage. There were also reports of a funnel in the Rockland area later on in the evening, closer to 7 PM.\n@BlacksWeather Ottawa Tornado! Captured by my husband Joshua Bastian. Ek! He was even hit by a mattress. @CBCOttawa @cbcotttraffic @CBCAlerts @ctvottawa @CTVOttMornLive pic.twitter.com/F1j2CIsHDP— Olenka (Reshitnyk) Bastian (@OlenkaKrystyna) June 2, 2019\nFootage of tornado in Cumberland. My sister took from her window. You see it touch town in river. #ottawa #tornado #onweather pic.twitter.com/04EvA5MT67— Christine Trudeau (@ott4ever) June 2, 2019\nAccording to Environment Canada, the "preliminary strength" of the tornado was a "low-end EF-1" which indicates peak winds reached somewhere around 135 km/h.\nI can only imagine how terrified people in the area must have been, and I'm glad that they are only reporting one injury at this time.\nThis tornado 🌪 pic is something. pic.twitter.com/6fGNaIQshB— Stephen Blais (@StephenBlais) June 3, 2019\nA confirmed tornado touched down in Orleans, Ontario this afternoon as severe thunderstorms fired up along the Quebec and Ontario border: https://t.co/oYmw6uncMd #ONstorm pic.twitter.com/1rrDIhgQx3— The Weather Network (@weathernetwork) June 3, 2019\n@BlacksWeather 😯 pic.twitter.com/lo2RpJKc5U— Kawhi not us? (@sneakersqueaks) June 2, 2019\nEnvironment Canada has indicated that this is just a summary of notable events and they will likely do a full report once a damage surveyor has assessed the noted areas when they go out to investigate today.\nTo read the full Environment Canada report, head to their Weather Summaries page here. To read CBC's article about the events, head to their page here.\nGatineau, Quebec and the Ottawa area in Ontario faced a frightening event this weekend, with Environment Quebec confirming that a tornado reached "low-end EF-1" status this past Sunday evening.