National Weather Service in Columbia Confirms Tornado Touchdown


The estimated winds for the Johnson county tornado reached 105 miles per hour, according to the National Weather Service.

Police departments in Richmond and the surrounding counties of Henrico, Hanover and Chesterfield said that there were relatively few problems from the storm and that they were not aware of any storm-related injuries.

A watch is the less serious form of weather alert and signals that you should be prepared for a possible tornado or flash flood, according to the National Weather Service.

The National Weather service in Columbia says prelminary information from storm survey confirms tornado touchdown from Lexington to Irmo.

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According to the Carolinas Emergency Incident Notification Network, there have been reports of apartments with missing roofs, trees that feel on structures, gas leaks, and other forms of significant damage.

In Jackson County, a tornado touched down in St. Martin, just south of Lemoyne Boulevard and tracked to the northeast ending near I-10 and MS Highway 609. A storm survey confirmed another tornado blew through Richland Parish near Rayville, Louisiana, on Sunday afternoon. However, the spotters are reporting that there was no funnel, and there was no tornado. All of this damage was was located near US HWY 82 at the Ashley/Chicot County line.

As storms exited Arkansas, colder weather entered the state.

The tornadoes largely occurred in rural or uninhabited places, lessening the damage.

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In Michigan, where snowfall was expected to reach 18 inches in some areas, about 310,000 homes and businesses were without power because of an ice storm, a lot of them in the southeast of the state.

But the confirmation of whether it was an actual tornado will come Monday when teams are able to look at the damage on the ground.

Straight-line wind damage was found in Mountain Home, located in Baxter County.

The line of storms did cause minor damage across the Lowcountry and knocked out power to as many as 4,500 earlier in the day. This type of damage was consistent with wind speeds of 85-90 miles per hour.

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