Environment Canada confirmed a tornado touched down Tuesday at a small community in eastern Ontario.

Officials said the tornado occurred around 4 p.m. in Bourget, about 40 kilometres east of Ottawa.

The tornado was short-lived and had peak winds of about 110 kilometres per hour. It caused minor roof damage and uprooted a few trees, according to Environment Canada.

The tornado was part of the second major storm in five days that rolled through Ottawa and eastern Ontario, bringing heavy rain, high winds and multiple tree downings, as well reports of hail and hydro outages in several areas.

This is expected to be another of many severe storms in eastern Ontario this summer. A severe thunderstorm also hit Ottawa Monday.