Originally posted on Metro News:
The clean up has begun after a s storm that blew through southern Manitoba produced 150 km/h winds and toonie-sized hail Sunday evening.
The larger hail was spotted in the Rural Municipalities of Cartier, MacDonald and others, and in several Winnipeg neighbourhoods, including Charleswood and St. James as the storm blew through Winnipeg.
Twitter users were blaming a tornado for flattening a home near St. Laurent, Man. St. Laurent is about 100 km northwest of Winnipeg. However, Brad Vrolijk, meteorologist with Environment Canada, said the damage was more likely caused by plow winds.