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Street EF-0

 

...EF-0 TORNADO CONFIRMED NEAR STREET MARYLAND...

LOCATION...NORTH CENTRAL HARFORD COUNTY NEAR STREET MARYLAND
DATE...JUNE 12 2011
ESTIMATED TIME...4:07 PM TO 4:10 PM EDT
MAXIMUM EF-SCALE RATING...EF-0
MAXIMUM WIND SPEED...70 MPH
MAXIMUM PATH WIDTH...75 YARDS
LENGTH...1.7 MILES
BEGINNING LAT/LON...39.674N / 76.375W
ENDING LAT/LON...39.649N / 76.378W
* FATALITIES...NONE
* INJURIES...NONE

* THE INFORMATION IN THIS STATEMENT IS PRELIMINARY AND SUBJECT TO 
CHANGE PENDING FINAL REVIEW OF THE EVENT/S/ AND PUBLICATION IN NWS 
STORM DATA.

...SUMMARY...

A GROUND SURVEY CONDUCTED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DETERMINED
AN EF-0 TORNADO WITH MAXIMUM WINDS ESTIMATED AT 70 MPH PRODUCED
TREE DAMAGE ALONG A 1.7 MILE LONG PATH. INITIAL DAMAGE OCCURRED
JUST NORTH OF STREET ALONG STREET ROAD...AND CONTINUED SOUTH
PRODUCING SCATTERED TREE DAMAGE ALONG MILLERS ROAD. TREES WERE
UPROOTED AND SNAPPED IN SPOTS ALONG THE PATH. NO DAMAGE TO ANY
STRUCTURES WAS OBSERVED.

THE TORNADO LIFTED SHORTLY AFTER CROSSING MILLERS ROAD JUST EAST
OF GRIER NURSERY ROAD AND WAS ESTIMATED TO HAVE LASTED FOR ABOUT
THREE MINUTES.