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Issued by NWS Cleveland, OH

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CLEVELAND OH
1100 AM EDT THU SEP 11 2014

...AN EF0 TORNADO CONFIRMED IN SUMMIT COUNTY OHIO...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS CONFIRMED AN EF0 TORNADO IN SUMMIT
COUNTY OHIO.

LOCATION...SUMMIT COUNTY (STOW)
DATE...SEPTEMBER 10 2014
ESTIMATED TIME...5:22 PM EDT
MAXIMUM EF-SCALE RATING....EF0
ESTIMATED WIND SPEED...85 MPH
MAX PATH WIDTH...25 TO 50 YARDS
PATH LENGTH...0.6 MILES
BEGINNING LAT/LON 41.170/-81.400
ENDING    LAT/LON 41.175/-81.394

SUMMARY...
THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN AS AN EF0 AT THE STOW-MUNROE FALLS HIGH
SCHOOL PROPERTY BUT CAUSED NO NOTABLE DAMAGE. THE TORNADO CONTINUED
ABOUT A HALF MILE NORTHEAST INTO THE QUAL HIGHLANDS NEIGHBORHOOD NEAR
THE INTERSECTION OF BERWIN DRIVE AND BUNKER LANE. ALONG THE NEARLY
HALF MILE PATH OF THE TORNADO MUCH OF THE DAMAGE WAS TO TREES THAT
WERE KNOCKED DOWN OR UPROOTED. THE TORNADO ALSO CAUSED DAMAGE TO
FIVE HOMES. SOME SHINGLE AND MAINLY MINOR STRUCTURE DAMAGE OCCURRED
TO FOUR OF THE HOMES. ONE HOME SUSTAINED NOTABLE DAMAGE TO THE ROOF
AND CHIMNEY. THE MAX PATH WIDTH WAS 50 YARDS AND THE MAXIMUM
ESTIMATED WIND SPEED WAS 85 MPH. THE TORNADO WAS ON THE GROUND FOR
LESS THAN 2 MINUTES.

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