Severe storms continue to ravage much of southern Ontario and Quebec.\nEnvironment Canada has issued several warnings for the region, including alerts for storng wind and rainfall.\nALSO READ: This Parks Canada Truck Was Literally Impaled By A Massive Elk Yesterday\nTwo hours ago, the meteorological agency also posted a "tornado watch" for the Ottawa-Gatineau area. That watch was upgraded to a warning in the next hour.\nNow it appears that at least one tornado has touched down in Gatineau.\nTwitter user Ryan Valley posted a video of what appears to be a funnel cloud just outside the capital. Clouds of dust below the funnel seem to indicate that it had, indeed, reached the surface and become a tornado.\nWatch the video below:\nYup @CFRAOttawa from Gatineau #tornado pic.twitter.com/hnvs7rkn5E\n— Ryan Valley (@rtvalley) September 21, 2018\nAnother user, Jon, also posted this video, which appears to confirm that a tornado did occur:\nJust passed Dunrobin - seemed to travel straight down Thomas Dolan Parkway...(Permission for any news to use - no worries) #ottweather #Ontweather pic.twitter.com/Q7OsOoXJfF\n— Jon (@_memorable2) September 21, 2018\nTwitter has erupted in footage of the storm from residents of the capital region.\nIn this video, a tornado can be seen causing explosions as it travels through the city:\nSmall explosions or ground strikes in the churn. Gatineau #Tornado pic.twitter.com/IgH2Tt5lE7\n— Mark Richardson (@slavetothehat) September 21, 2018\nDebris has littered the streets and several properties appear damaged.\nAlways heed #Tornado warnings! I hope everyone between my house and my parents is okay-- I just drove by and the damage is severe-- pic.twitter.com/MF11QIODFx\n— Lisa Sullivan (@LisaLjsullivan) September 21, 2018\nResidents of Ottawa and Gatineau should stay apprised of updates from Environment Canada.\nStay safe!