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June 29, 2012 Derecho

It has been 10 years since the derecho impacted the Mid-Atlantic region. Widespread damage was observed across nearly the entire area. This included observed wind gusts up to 80-85 mph. Read More >

April 16, 2011 Severe Weather

 

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

Location Start/
End Time
Event Type Fatalities/
Injuries
Path Length Path Width
Augusta County
2 SW Stuarts Draft to 2 N Stuarts Draft
2:20 pm-
2:23 pm
EF-1 Tornado
95 mph
None 4.5 mi 200 yds
Northern Carroll County
1 NE Union Mills to 4 N Union Mills
7:56 pm-
7:59 pm
EF-0 Tornado
80 mph
None 3.1 mi 50 to 200 yds
Eastern Frederick/Northern Carroll Counties
2 NNE New Market to 2 WNW Winfield
7:37 pm-
7:51 pm
EF-1 Tornado
100 mph
None 9.5 mi 50 to 75 yds
Loudoun County
1 E Hughesville to Leesburg
7:12 pm-
7:16 pm
EF-0 Tornado
70 mph
None 4.2 mi 50 yds

 

 

Other Damage:

REPORTED TREE DAMAGE IN GREENE AND ALBEMARLE COUNTIES ALSO WAS
SURVEYED. OWING TO THE SPOTTY NATURE OF THE DAMAGE IN ALBEMARLE
COUNTY AND THE UNIDIRECTIONAL ORIENTATION OF THE DAMAGE IN GREENE
COUNTY...THE DAMAGE COULD NOT BE DETERMINED CONCLUSIVELY TO HAVE
BEEN CAUSED BY A TORNADO. PENDING ADDITIONAL INFORMATION...THE
DAMAGE IN THESE COUNTIES HAS BEEN ATTRIBUTED TO NON-TORNADIC
THUNDERSTORM WIND.