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Hurricane Dorian was the strongest and most destructive storm of the 2019 hurricane season.  The northern Bahamas, the Abaco Islands and Grand Bahama Island, were devastated by Dorian's category five winds estimated to have reached over 180 mph with a storm surge greater than 18 feet.  The storm stalled across Grand Bahama Island on Sunday, September 2 through Monday, September 3.  The storm slowly weakened to category two strength as persistent rain and wind cooled the ocean beneath the slow-moving storm.

After leaving the Bahamas, Dorian turned northwestward and moved parallel to the Florida east coast on September 4. Bands of showers and thunderstorms ahead of the storm's center produced over a dozen tornadoes across northeastern South Carolina and eastern North Carolina during the morning of Wednesday, September 5.  Fortunately for South Carolina and southeastern North Carolina, Dorian continued to turn to the right and the center remained offshore as the storm approached Cape Fear that evening.  Dorian's eye missed Cape Fear by about 30 miles, however the storm made landfall on Ocracoke and Hatteras Islands during the early morning  hours of September 6, heavily damaging the southern Outer Banks with wind and a substantial storm surge produced by northwest winds behind the storm crossing the shallow waters of the Pamlico Sound.

 

 

Infrared satellite loop of Hurricane Dorian moving north from the Bahamas and affecting eastern South and North Carolina.  Higher, colder clouds tops are colored in yellow and red.  Loop runs from September 4-6, 2019.

Radar loop from the Wilmington/LTX Doppler radar of Hurricane Dorian moving along the coast of South and North Carolina on September 5-6, 2019.  Green-shaded boxes are flash flood warnings; red-shaded boxes are tornado warnings. 

 

Specific Storm Impacts by County

Georgetown County, SC

Power was knocked out to the entire city of Georgetown. Downed trees and power lines blocked multiple city streets. Water street in downtown Georgetown flooded due to a combination of heavy rain and storm surge on September 5. Water entered several businesses but damage was generally minor. Sand dunes were breached on Pawley`s Island during high tide, and media reports said water reached knee deep on at least one city street. Newspaper photos showed a number of private docks across the marsh were damaged by surge and waves. All utilities including power and water were lost to Pawley`s Island during the storm. City officials classified beach erosion as "severe," especially along the southern portion of the island where sand covered the entire length of Springs Avenue. The northern portion of Pawley`s Island suffered less beach erosion. No structural damage was noted to any homes. Storm surge pushed water onto streets in Debordieu Plantation south of Pawley`s Island during the afternoon high tide on September 5. Widely shared video on social media showed fast-flowing water moving through neighborhood streets. In Litchfield Beach, water covered many of the town`s roads during high tide, and many wooden walkways across the dunes were destroyed.

 

Horry County, SC

Storm surge flooding affected Garden City during the afternoon of September 5. Video shared by local media showed six inches of water covering Atlantic Avenue at least two blocks inland from the beach. Flash flooding affected a few Horry County neighborhoods including Grier Crossing and Jordan Estates near the city of Conway. Inlet Square Mall in Garden City had up to two feet of flood water standing in the parking lot. Flash flooding also affected the Surfside Beach Club community. In Cherry Grove, flood water was knee deep on 49th Avenue. North of Conway, Long Avenue Extension was closed as water from Grier Swamp covered hundreds of feet of the highway.

 

Brunswick County, NC

Heavy rain led to flash flooding in parts of Brunswick County. News video showed water flowing across roads in in the Stoney Creek neighborhood near Leland on September 5. Small creek near Varnamtown flooded and closed Baker Drive SW. U.S. Highway 17 was closed due to high water near Ocean Isle Beach early on September 6.

 

New Hanover County, NC

Carolina Beach experienced no overwash and only minor beach erosion. Sand dunes reconstructed after Hurricane Florence last year helped protect the town. In Wrightsville Beach, minor beach erosion occurred on the south end of the island but there was little impact elsewhere. At Fort Fisher State Recreation Area, Dorian`s waves destroyed 13 sea turtle nests on the beach. Relatively few trees were knocked down across the county, and there were no plans for the county to provide residential debris pickup. A 54-year old man was killed while cutting a fallen tree on September 7. Heavy rain on September 5 led to flash flooding in parts of New Hanover County. Highway 117 in Castle Hayne was covered with two feet of water. Water reached 12 inches deep on Rogersville Road. Several neighborhood streets along Gordon Road, North College Road, and Market Street were covered in water through part of the afternoon. After a lull during the late afternoon, additional heavy rain led to a second round of flash flooding during the late evening that closed highway 133 in Castle Hayne, Old Mill Road near Wrightsboro, Wrightsville Avenue in Wilmington, and East Bedford Road in Ogden. West Northchase Parkway flooded after midnight on September 6.

 

Pender County, NC

News reports indicated Surf City and most of Topsail Island actually gained sand during Hurricane Dorian. Wind damage to trees was minor and the county government did not plan to provide vegetative debris pickup. Local media reported that some county roads were closed due to flooding during Dorian, but water receded quickly and no significant issued occurred.

 

Columbus County, NC

A man fell from a ladder and died on September 2 while getting his home ready for the hurricane.

 

MRMS radar estimate of rainfall from Hurricane Dorian across eastern North and South Carolina, September 4-6, 2019

MRMS radar estimate of rainfall from Hurricane Dorian across eastern North and South Carolina, September 4-6, 2019.  Even with the gauge correction, this graphic underestimated rainfall amounts across southern Georgetown County, SC by up to nine inches.

 

Gauge-measured rainfall totals from local cities and volunteer observers from Hurricane Dorian

North Carolina Rainfall   South Carolina Rainfall
Wilmington 7.3 miles NE 13.07   Pawleys Island 5.6 miles NNE 15.21
Wilmington 8.0 miles ENE 12.25   Pawleys Island 2.6 miles N 14.80
Wilmington miles 6.7 NE 12.13   Litchfield by the Sea 13.44
Wilmington 7.3 miles NE 11.78   Georgetown NWS Cooperative observer 13.38
Castle Hayne 11.40   Myrtle Beach 5.2 miles SW 12.77
Smith Creek 0.8 miles E 11.36   Georgetown 11.2 miles SW 12.10
NWS Wilmington Office (not ASOS) 10.80   Pawleys Island 2.7 miles W 12.00
Wilmington Kings Grant neighborhood 10.24   Myrtle Beach 9.2 miles WSW 11.63
Wilmington ASOS 10.05   North Myrtle Beach ASOS 10.74
Wilmington 6.2 miles SSE 9.68   Myrtle Beach 2.4 miles ENE 10.62
Sunset Beach 1.7 miles WNW 9.55   Winyah Bay-Oyster Landing 10.49
Wilmington NWS cooperative observer 9.30   Surfside Beach 1.0 miles NE 10.25
Sunset Beach 8.93   Pawleys Island 0.8 miles WNW 10.20
Calabash 1.2 miles NNW 8.78   Socastee 3 mi miles NE 10.18
Hampstead 4.1 miles WNW 8.63   Murrells Inlet 0.9 miles NNE 10.13
Calabash 2 miles N 8.30   Myrtle Beach NWS Cooperative observer 10.00
Calabash 1.9 miles NNE 7.94   Conway 10 miles NE 9.96
Calabash Town Hall 7.62   Murrells Inlet 4.0 miles NE 9.76
Bolivia 7.8 miles SW 7.56   Little River 9.66
Bolivia 7.6 miles SW 7.52   Myrtle Beach 5.0 miles WNW 9.58
Ocean Isle Beach 3 miles NW 7.48   Myrtle Beach Prestwick neighborhood 9.54
Hampstead 0.3 miles NW 7.30   Myrtle Beach 8.4 miles WNW 9.19
Leland 5.7 miles WSW 7.19   Pawleys Island 1.8 miles W 9.10
Bolivia 8.0 miles SW 7.04   Myrtle Beach AWOS 8.87
Wilmington 4.1 miles SE 6.83   Myrtle Beach 7.4 miles NNW 8.15
Leland 3.5 miles SSW 6.79   Longs 1.3 miles NW 7.63
Wilmington 2.3 miles SE 6.77   Myrtle Beach 8.4 miles WNW 7.63
Elizabethtown 6.2 miles NW 6.65   Cherry Grove Beach 7.48
Topsail Beach 2.1 miles W 6.56   Conway 5 miles W 7.43
Burgaw 0.3 miles NE 6.40   Pawleys Island 3.9 miles WNW 7.25
Shallotte River 2 miles inland 6.25   Conway 9.2 miles NNE 7.11
Holly Shelter/Back Island RAWS 6.21   Black Creek near Longs 7.10
Green Swamp RAWS 6.09   Horry County RAWS 6.89
Lake Waccamaw 3.9 miles SE 6.05   Crabtree Swamp at Conway 6.72
Shallotte NWS Cooperative observer 6.01   Andrews NWS Cooperative observer 6.20
Surf City 2.8 miles WSW 5.81   Hemingway SC DOT 5.95
Hampstead 2.3 miles ENE 5.55   Loris 2 miles NW 5.82
Wilmington 3.7 miles S 5.53   Longs NWS Cooperative observer 5.39
Southport 5.9 miles W 5.46   Kingstree 6.9 miles SE 4.74
Wilmington 2.8 miles SE 5.43   Gallivants Ferry NWS Coop observer 4.56
Black River near Currie 5.42   Myrtle Beach 5.0 miles NNW 4.30
Oak Island 2.3 miles E 5.23   Loris 1.4 miles ENE 4.25
Carolina Beach 0.4 miles WSW 5.10   Loris Farm at Fox Bay 4.21
Kure Beach 5.06   Marion 2.2 miles S 4.11
Turnbull Creek RAWS 4.93   Marion RAWS 4.08
Carolina Beach St. Joseph St. 4.92   Mullins NWS Cooperative observer 4.04
Burgaw Edgewood 4.84   Green Sea 3.92
Lumberton 2.3 miles NE 4.80   Marion NWS Cooperative observer 3.88
Southport 1.0 miles NE 4.79   Kingstree 2.6 miles NNE 3.80
Carolina Beach 1.0 miles N 4.75   Coward 5.1 miles NNW 3.74
Long Beach 2.9 miles NE 4.74   Kingstree 7.9 miles NW 3.70
Bolivia 4 miles SSE 4.73   Dillon 3.8 miles NW 3.63
White Lake Marina 4.66   Kingstree 9.5 miles NW 3.63
St. Pauls 4.65   Scranton 7.4 miles W 3.53
Southport 2.7 miles NNW 4.60   Reaves Ferry 3.35
Bladenboro 2.0 miles NNW 4.59   Cades NWS Cooperative observer 3.30
Sunny Point RAWS 4.58   Marion AWOS 3.25
Topsail Beach Fire Dept 4.57   Florence 2.2 miles ESE 2.95
Oak Island 0.9 miles ENE 4.54   Florence Womack Gardens neighborhood 2.94
Southport 0.9 miles NE 4.50   Florence 2.1 miles SW 2.90
Whiteville NWS Cooperative observer 4.42   Florence West Lakes neighborhood 2.87
Wilmington State Port 4.27   Florence ASOS 2.68
Lumberton 8.6 miles SSE 4.20   Florence 1.2 miles NNE 2.67
Holden Beach West End 4.14   Florence Kingsgate neighborhood 2.55
Pembroke NWS Cooperative observer 4.09   Florence 6.1 miles W 2.46
Whiteville RAWS 4.09   Florence 5.1 miles W 2.43
William O Huske Lock & Dam 4.02   Darlington 7.3 miles SSW 2.20
Chadbourn 1.1 miles NNW 3.94   Darlington NWS Cooperative observer 1.97
Whiteville 6.1 miles NW 3.89   Clio 1.5 miles NW 1.92
Elizabethtown 6.6 miles NW 3.80   Clio 1.6 miles WNW 1.91
Cape Fear River Lock & Dam 1 3.79   Darlington 0.3 miles ENE 1.86
Lumberton RAWS 3.76   Clio 2 miles NE 1.80
Lumberton 2.6 miles ESE 3.67   Hartsville 7 miles NE 1.52
Carolina Beach-Myrtle Grove Sound 3.48   Bennettsville Emergency Ops Center 1.12
Lumberton 3 miles north 3.40   Hartsville NWS Cooperative observer 1.00
Caswell Beach 2.67   Bennettsville NWS Cooperative observer 0.97
Lumberton NWS cooperative observer 2.51   Kingstree NWS Cooperative observer 0.96
Pembroke 2.36   Hartsville 1.8 miles W 0.88
         

 

 

Peak Wind Gusts During Hurricane Dorian

North Carolina Peak Gust (mph)   Marine Peak Gust (mph)
Federal Point (Weatherflow) 75   41013-Frying Pan Shoals Buoy 89
Fort Fisher Battle Acre Rd (Weatherflow) 75   41037-Wrightsville Beach Offshore Buoy 78
Southport Waterfront Park 70   Johnnie Mercer Pier 69
Surf City Pier 70   41038-Wrightsville Beach Nearshore Buoy 67
Southport - Cape Fear Pilots 69   41024-Sunset Beach Nearshore Buoy 65
Sunset Beach 65      
Sunny Point RAWS 63   South Carolina Peak Gust (mph)
Caswell Beach 61   Winyah Bay (Weatherflow) 86
Oak Island 61   Murrells Inlet (Weatherflow) 64
Carolina Beach-Myrtle Grove Sound 61   Myrtle Beach Prestwick neighborhood 63
Kure Beach 60   Georgetown 63
Carolina Beach Publix (Weatherflow) 60   North Myrtle Beach ASOS 61
Bald Head Island 56   Georgetown AWOS 55
Wilmington ASOS 56   Socastee 3 mi NE 55
Calabash 2 mi N 54   Myrtle Beach AWOS 54
Shallotte River 2 mi inland 54   Cherry Grove Beach 54
Carolina Beach St. Joseph St. 54   Conway 5 mi W 53
Topsail Beach Fire Dept 53   Lake Arrowhead 52
Holly Shelter/Back Island RAWS 52   Little River 50
Green Swamp/Nature Conservancy RAWS 50   Florence ASOS 48
Ocean Isle Beach 3 mi NW 50   Marion AWOS 45
Wilmington State Port 48   Loris Farm at Fox Bay 43
Lumberton RAWS 48   Conway 10 miles NE 42
Burgaw Edgewood neighborhood 48   Kingstree AWOS 41
Holden Beach West End 47   Loris 2 miles NW 41
Castle Hayne 46   Conway AWOS 40
White Lake Marina 45   Horry County RAWS 40
Calabash Town Hall 45   Litchfield by the Sea 38
Whiteville 38   Marion RAWS 37
         

 

 

Minimum Barometric Pressure Observed during Hurricane Dorian

Location millibars in. Hg
41013-Frying Pan Shoals Buoy 958.5 28.30
41037-Wrightsville Beach Offshore Buoy 959.2 28.33
41038-Wrightsville Beach Nearshore Buoy 976.4 28.83
Bald Head Island 976.7 28.84
Federal Point (Weatherflow) 979.0 28.91
Fort Fisher Battle Acre Rd (Weatherflow) 980.0 28.94
Southport Cape Fear Pilots 981.7 28.99
Carolina Beach Publix (Weatherflow) 982.0 29.00
Winyah Bay Range A Rear Light (Weatherflow) 982.0 29.00
Carolina Beach St. Joseph St. 982.1 29.00
Caswell Beach 982.4 29.01
Kure Beach 982.7 29.02
Wrightsville Beach-Johnnie Mercer Pier 983.6 29.05
Topsail Beach Fire Dept 984.4 29.07
Wilmington-Kings Grant neighborhood 985.8 29.11
Bolivia 4 miles SSE 985.8 29.11
Holden Beach-West End 986.1 29.12
Ocean Isle Beach 3 miles NW 986.5 29.13
Shallotte River 2 miles inland 986.5 29.13
Wilmington ASOS 986.5 29.13
Sunset Beach 986.8 29.14
Winyah Bay-Oyster Landing 987.0 29.15
Castle Hayne 987.6 29.16
Socastee 3 miles NE 987.8 29.17
Myrtle Beach-Prestwick neighborhood 987.8 29.17
Georgetown AWOS 988.5 29.19
Little River 988.8 29.20
Cherry Grove Beach 988.8 29.20
North Myrtle Beach AWOS 989.5 29.22
Myrtle Beach AWOS 989.5 29.22
Calabash Town Hall 989.5 29.22
Litchfield by the Sea 989.8 29.23
BurgaweEdgewood neighborhood 991.2 29.27
White Lake Marina 992.9 29.32
Conway AWOS 993.2 29.33
Whiteville AWOS 994.9 29.38
Elizabethtown AWOS 997.6 29.46
Marion AWOS 998.6 29.49
Florence ASOS 1000.4 29.54
     

 

Confirmed Tornado Touchdowns on September 5, 2019

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(DIST)CITY/TOWN              COUNTY           DATE/         EF SCALE
LAT LON (DEG DECIMAL)                         TIME         (IF KNOWN)
DESCRIPTION
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5 NE BURGAW                  PENDER           1:10 PM           EF0  
34.60  -77.86

EF0/70MPH TREE DAMAGE.

1 NE ST. HELENA              PENDER           7:48 AM           EF0  
34.52  -77.91

ST. HELENA TORNADO. THE START OF THE TORNADO WAS INDICATED OFF OF
THE SHAW HIGHWAY SE OF BURGAW WITH APPARENT ISOLATED DAMAGE BETWEEN
THIS LOCATION AND THE LOCATION OF THIS REPORT. THE TORNADO MOVED NW
TOWARD THE ST. HELENA AREA. THE AREA WITH THE MOST SIGNIFICANT
DAMAGE WAS OFF OF US-117 IN ST. HELENA WHICH HAS BEEN LOCATED AS THE
SITE OF THE TORNADO. AN NWS STORM SURVEY TEAM RATED THIS TORNADO AS
AN EF0 WITH WINDS OF 70 MPH. TIME ESTIMATED VIA RADAR.

5 ESE CURRIE                 PENDER           12:19PM           EF0  
34.44  -78.01

LONG CREEK TORNADO. NWS STORM SURVEY TEAM FOUND DAMAGE CONSISTENT
WITH A TORNADO IN LONG CREEK, NC. DAMAGE DISCOVERED ON LONG CREEK
LOOP ROAD WAS DETERMINED TO BE CAUSED BY A EF0 TORNADO WITH WINDS
ESTIMATED AT 80MPH. REVISION: TIME EDITED BASED ON RADAR.

1 N WILMINGTON               NEW HANOVER      6:17 AM           EF0  
34.23  -77.91

A WEAK TORNADO (EF-0 65 MPH) TORNADO OCCURRED CAUSING MAINLY MINOR
DAMAGE ALONG A TRACK FROM NEAR WRIGHTSVILLE AVE TO THE BURNT MILL
CREEK AREA. THE TORNADO CAUSED MINOR TREE DAMAGE AS IT LIFTED JUST
NORTH OF THE WILMINGTON NATIONAL CEMETARY.

2 NE CALABASH                BRUNSWICK        6:55 AM           EF2  
33.92  -78.55

STORM SURVEY DETERMINED EF2 DAMAGE IN CAROLINA SHORES. STORM PATH
FOUR MILES. WINDS ESTIMATED AT 120 MPH. HUNDREDS OF TREES SNAPPED. A
DOZEN HOMES DAMAGED IN THE FOUR MILE PATH.

6 SW DELCO                   COLUMBUS         6:37 AM           EF0  
34.27  -78.30

MOBILE HOME ROOF SEVERELY DAMAGED. SEVERAL TREES DOWN. 85MPH WINDS
ESTIMATED.

1 ESE KELLY                  BLADEN           7:30 AM           EF0  
34.46  -78.30

NWS SURVEY TEAM CONFIRMED EF0/65MPH SPORADIC TREE DAMAGE ALONG
NATMORE RD

1 N NORTH MYRTLE BEACH       HORRY            6:50 AM           EF0  
33.84  -78.67

NWS SURVEY TEAM CONFIRMED AN EFO TORNADO WITH 75 MPH WINDS HIT
WATERWAY VIEW MOBILE HOME PARK IN NORTH MYRTLE BEACH. THE TORNADO
STARTED BY MOVING ENE ACROSS THE TRAILER PARK AND TOUCHED DOWN ON
GARDINIA AVE. THEN HEADED SW TOWARD CAROLINA KEYS CONDOS. THREE TO 4
TRAILERS HIT HARD IN THE WATERWAY VIEW MOBILE HOME PARK WITH ONE
TRAILER COMPLETELY DESTROYED. INITIAL PATH LENGTH IS 0.25 MILES WITH
A WIDTH OF 230 YARDS. TIME ESTIMATED BASED ON EYE WITNESS ACCOUNTS,
BUT MAY BE TWEAKED AFTER REVIEWING

3 ESE BAYSHORE               NEW HANOVER      11:48 AM           EF1  
34.28  -77.73

A WATERSPOUT MOVED ASHORE OVER THE NORTHERN END OF FIGURE EIGHT
ISLAND, CAUSING EF0 DAMAGE TO A COUPLE BEACHFRONT HOMES AND TREES.
THE TORNADO TRACK WAS EVIDENT ACROSS THE MARSH TOWARDS THE
INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY, WHERE IT AFFECTED BALD EAGLE LN. AT THE BALD
EAGLE LN AREA THERE WAS ONE INJURY, NUMEROUS TREES SNAPPED AND
UPROOTED, ALONG WITH MOSTLY MINOR HOME DAMAGE. THE TORNADO MOVED
NORTHWEST TOWARDS FAZIO DR WHERE IT CREATED ITS WIDEST DAMAGE,
INCLUDING SOME ROOF DAMAGE AND LARGE TREES SNAPPED

4 SW HAMPSTEAD               PENDER           6:56 AM           EF0  
34.33  -77.75

A TORNADO FORMED NEAR SCOTT`S HILL ANIMAL HOSPITAL AND MOVED
WEST-NORTHWEST ACROSS HIGHWAY 17. THE TORNADO CAUSED SOME STRUCTURAL
DAMAGE TO SCOTT`S HILL MARKET AND SOME MINOR DAMAGE TO HOMES
PRIMARILY ALONG THE WEST SIDE OF PANDY ANN LN. THERE WERE SEVERAL
TREES UPROOTED ALONG THE ROAD. THE TORNADO LIFTED AS IT ENTERED THE
WOODS NEAR THE END OF PANDY ANN LN. NWS STORM SURVEY RATED THE
TORNADO AN EF0 WITH 75 MPH WINDS.

1 S MYRTLE GROVE             NEW HANOVER      6:02 AM           EF0  
34.10  -77.88

A TORNADO INITIALLY IMPACTED THE SE HARBOR DR AREA WITH LARGE LIMBS
DOWN. THE TORNADO MOVED WEST-NORTHWEST BREAKING NUMEROUS LARGE
LIMBS. IT CROSSED MYRTLE GROVE RD BREAKING LARGE LIMBS AND UPROOTING
A FEW TREES UP TO 3 FEET DIAMETER. SHINGLES WERE ALSO BLOWN OFF A
SHED IN THIS AREA. THE TORNADO LIFTED ON THE NORTH SIDE OF GROVE
POINT RD. NWS STORM TEAM RATED THE TORNADO AN EF0.

4 ESE BOILING SPRING LA      BRUNSWICK        5:25 AM           EF0 
34.00  -78.00

NWS STORM SURVEY TEAM CONFIRMED EF0 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN BRIEFLY ON
THE MILITARY OCEAN TERMINAL SUNNY POINT COMPLEX. ABOUT A DOZEN PINE
TREES WERE SNAPPED. SEE PNS FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.

6 S BOLTON                   COLUMBUS         6:53 AM          EF0        
34.24  -78.39

LARGE SECTION OF HARDWOOD TREE BROKEN OUT AT PINEVIEW VETERINARY
HOSPITAL. A FEW ADDITIONAL HARDWOODS WERE BLOWN OVER ALONG EAST SIDE
OF HWY 211. ESTIMATED WIND SPEED 75 MPH EF-0.

4 NNW SUPPLY                 BRUNSWICK        5:26 AM          EF1
34.08  -78.30

TORNADO SNAPPED APPROXIMATELY 50 LARGE PINE TREES ON EAST SIDE OF
HWY 211 IN GREEN SWAMP PRESERVE. SEVERAL TREES FELL ACROSS 211 AND A
FEW WERE SNAPPED ON WEST SIDE OF ROAD. DAMAGE CONSISTENT WITH 105
MPH EF-1.

3 WSW SOCASTEE               HORRY            5:45 AM          EF0  
33.67  -79.06

A GENTLEMEN LIVING IN A CONDO WITNESSED A FUNNEL CLOUD BRIEFLY
TOUCHDOWN, ONLY MINIMAL DAMAGE TOOK PLACE. SEVERAL FASCIA BOARDS
WERE TORN OFF ONE OF THE CONDOS AND TWO 24" OAK TREES WERE PARTIALLY
UPROOTED AT THE BEGINNING OF THE PATH.


 

Page Author: Tim Armstrong

Last Updated:  September 23, 2019