Officials: EF-0 tornado confirmed in Paulding County, crossed into Cobb County during storms

On Sunday morning, weather officials were on the scene in Paulding County, where they say they believe a tornado passed through during the storm. The National Weather Service confirmed Sunday afternoon that a EF-0 tornado crossed from Paulding County and into Cobb County during the storms. Officials with the National Weather Service say data Saturday…

2-day severe weather outbreak leaves widespread destruction across southern US

Intense winds, flooding downpours and tornadoes left behind a trail of destruction as the first severe weather outbreak of 2020 roared through the southern United States. From Friday morning to Saturday night, the storms turned deadly and left a long recovery process in its wake. During the two-day span, a total of over 650 wind…

2 EF0 tornadoes touch down in Townville

TOWNVILLE, S.C. (WSPA) – The National Weather Service released information Monday morning about two tornadoes that touched down in Townville Saturday evening. According to the NWS, the first EFO tornado touched down at about 8:02 p.m. It had 85 mph wind speeds and was 30 yards wide. The tornado traveled about 0.44 miles. The tornado…

NWS: 2 tornadoes touched down in Ohio Saturday night

CINCINNATI — Heavy damage is being reported across the Greater Cincinnati area and all across Ohio after a powerful storm brought strong gusts, rain and two weak tornadoes. Strong winds knocked out power to 11,000 people overnight in the Cincinnati area. Crews were able to restore power to almost every home by Sunday morning. Heavy…

NWS confirms tornadoes touched down Saturday in Lake, Volusia counties

OKAHUMPKA, Fla. — The National Weather Service confirmed Monday that tornadoes touched down Saturday in Volusia and Lake counties. The tornado in Volusia County was a EF-1, while the twister in Lake County was an EF-0. Preliminary information from the National Weather Service Melbourne survey team said the tornado in Lake County occurred at approximately…

The Airport Road Tornado: 30 Years Later

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – On November 15, 1989, an F-4 tornado carved an 18.5 mile path through south Huntsville and parts of eastern Madison County. Three decades later, it remains the deadliest tornado in Huntsville’s history. The events of that day resulted in 21 deaths and 463 injuries. The tornado also destroyed 259 homes, 80 businesses…