That is the question Sylvain Lauwers asked when he submitted this photo he took in Casselman in the early afternoon of Tues., Aug. 22. In Chesterville, a brief but intense storm brought high winds and rain that fell in sheets, then continued northeast. By the time it reached Casselman it was possibly forming into a tornado, and vehicles between Casselman and St. Isidore on Hwy. 417 had to stop due to almost no visibility. After considerable damage to trees, signs, siding and power lines in Ontario, the storm hit Lachute and Environment Canada confirmed that an EF-1 tornado with winds reaching 175 km/h had caused damage to up to 300 residences.    Photo courtesy Sylvain Lauwers