Tornado Touched Down In Baltimore: National Weather Service

BALTIMORE, MD — An EF-1 tornado touched down in Baltimore City and Baltimore County Friday night, according to the National Weather Service. The storm ripped roofs from buildings, tipped over tractor-trailers, left two people dead and injured one, officials said. At peak intensity, authorities said the tornado packed 105 mph winds as it tore through…

Weather service confirms multiple Halloween tornadoes in the Houston area

The National Weather Service confirmed at least two tornadoes touched down in Colorado County and Chambers County on Wednesday as thunderstorms drenched the Houston area, causing high water rescues, power outages and the death of a Waller County sheriff’s deputy. Weather service meteorologists said one tornado touched down in Eagle Lake on Wednesday evening, while…

Three tornadoes confirmed for our area; one EF-2 in Grant Parish

ALEXANDRIA, La. (KALB) – Central Louisiana on Wednesday night and Thursday morning was hit hard by multiple tornadoes. In fact, there were three tornadoes, according to the Storm Prediction Center’s preliminary storm reports as of Friday morning on November 2. All three tornadoes were in Rapides Parish, however, one moved into Grant Parish. The tornado…

Tornado touches down in Newton County as storms leave damage across Southeast Texas

SOUTHEAST TEXAS — A tornado touched down in Newton County as storms moved through Southeast Texas Wednesday night leaving street flooding in Hardin County and a tree down on a residence in Evadale. The National Weather Service confirmed that a tornado touched down in the Old Salem community in Newton County just after 8 p.m.…

The 1979 Windsor Locks Tornado

The F4 tornado that hit Windsor, Windsor Locks, and Suffield on October 3, 1979 is arguably the most violent tornado in Connecticut history. The extraordinary and highly unusual circumstances that lead to the Windsor Locks tornado make the tornado not only one of the strongest but also one of most bizarre in New England history.…