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Slow Moving Cold Front Moves into the Central U.S.

A slow moving cold front continues to move eastward across the U.S.. Behind the cold front is unseasonably cold weather and high elevation snows. Along the front, an area of heavy rain with the potential for flash flooding will extend from eastern New Mexico to portions of Minnesota. Post-tropical Jose will continue to meander offshore bringing high surf and rip currents to much of the east coast. Read More >


Storm Survey Results: - Click on the location in the table for more information!

Location Start/
End Time
Event Type Path Length Path Width
Orange County
2 NNE Nasons
Oct. 13
4:05 pm-
4:06 pm
EF-0 Tornado
70 mph
1.3 mi 50 yds
Fauquier County
3 SE Bealetown to Calverton
Oct. 13
4:58 pm-
5:11 pm
EF-0 Tornado
75 mph
6.3 mi 75 yds
Stafford County
Aquia Harbor
Oct. 13
5:22 pm-
5:29 pm
EF-0 Tornado
80 mph
2.7 mi 75 yds
Prince William County
Oct. 13
5:29 pm-
5:32 pm
EF-0 Tornado
65 mph
1.5 mi 75 yds
Fairfax County
2 NNE Clifton
Oct. 13
5:40 pm-
5:46 pm
EF-0 Tornado
65 mph
3.0 mi 50 yds

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