Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Additional Tornado Reports

MONROE COUNTY, MI



A NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STORM SURVEY TEAM ALSO CONFIRMED THAT A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN AT 233 AM AT THE SOUTHWEST PORTION OF DETROIT BEACH. THE TORNADO TRACKED 5 MILES TO THE NORTHEAST...REACHING ESTRAL BEACH AT 239 AM BEFORE MOVING INTO LAKE ERIE. BASED ON THE CURRENT FACTS AND KNOWN DAMAGE...THE PATH WIDTH WAS 500 YARDS WITH ESTIMATED MAXIMUM WINDS OF 90 MPH...WHICH IS CLASSIFIED AT AN EF1. THIS TORNADO IMPACTED THE FERMI NUCLEAR POWER FACILITY.



MONROE COUNTY, MI



A NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STORM SURVEY TEAM HAS CONFIRMED THAT A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN AT 211 AM AT COUNTY LINE ROAD AND RANKIN ROAD IN MONROE COUNTY. THIS TORNADO THEN TRACKED EAST SOUTHEAST...MOVING THROUGH DUNDEE AT 217 AM. MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS OF 130 TO 135 MPH WHERE ESTIMATED JUST WEST OF DUNDEE...WHICH IS CLASSIFIED AT A HIGH END EF2. THE WIDTH OF THE TORNADO AT THAT TIME WAS 800 YARDS. AS IT PASSED THROUGH DUNDEE...THE TORNADO WAS STILL CLASSIFIED A LOW END EF2 WITH MAXIMUM WINDS OF 115 MPH. THE TORNADO THEN TRACKED ANOTHER 7 MILES ALONG HIGHWAY 50 BEFORE LIFTING AT 227 AM AT THE DIXON ROAD INTERSECTION...CAUSING GENERALLY EF0 DAMAGE TO THE EAST OF DUNDEE. THE TOTAL PATH OF THIS TORNADO REACHED 13.5 MILES.



LENAWEE COUNTY, MI



A NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STORM SURVEY TEAM CONFIRMED THAT A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN AT 148 AM AT SOUTHARD HIGHWAY AND WOERNER ROAD IN LENAWEE COUNTY. THE TORNADO THEN TRACKED 2.5 MILES EAST SOUTHEAST TO SPRINGVILLE HIGHWAY BEFORE LIFTING AT 152 AM. THE PATH WIDTH WAS 250 YARDS WITH MAXIMUM WINDS OF 90 MPH AS IT CROSSED US 223...WHICH IS CLASSIFIED AT AN EF1. SEVERAL BUILDINGS WERE DESTROYED AND NUMEROUS TREES WERE DOWNED BY THIS TORNADO.


FULTON COUNTY, OH




AN EF2 TORNADO BEGAN ALONG HIGHWAY 109 JUST NORTH OF COUNTY ROAD A AND CONTINUED NORTHEAST FOR 7.5 MILES WEAKENING AS IT PASSED INTO LUCAS COUNTY, OH. MAXIMUM WINDS WERE ESTIMATED AT 135 MPH.