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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CLEVELAND OH
1250 PM EDT TUE JUN 24 2014

...EF1 TORNADO CONFIRMED IN MEDINA COUNTY OHIO...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS CONFIRMED AN EF1 TORNADO
IN MEDINA COUNTY OHIO.

LOCATION...MEDINA COUNTY (BRUNSWICK)
DATE...JUNE 23 2014
ESTIMATED TIME...6:55 PM TO 7:00 PM EDT
MAXIMUM EF-SCALE RATING....EF1
ESTIMATED WIND SPEED...110 MPH
MAX PATH WIDTH...120 YARDS
PATH LENGTH...1.7 MILES
BEGINNING LAT/LON 41.230/-81.830
ENDING    LAT/LON 41.248/-81.808

SUMMARY...
THE TORNADO STARTED IN THE VICINITY OF DIANA DRIVE AND MARIA
DRIVE IN THE CITY OF BRUNSWICK AROUND 6:55 PM. THE STORM TRAVELED
NORTHEAST FOR 1.7 MILES CROSSING STATE ROUTE 303 AND ENDED NEAR
CLOVER DR AND CARPENTER ROAD. IT IS ESTIMATED AT LEAST FOURTY FIVE
HOMES AND BUSINESS WERE AFFECTED BY THE TORNADO. TWO HOMES SUSTAINED
MAJOR DAMAGE NEAR OAK TREE DRIVE AND ROYAL OAK DRIVE. THE PATH WAS
INTERMITTENT WITH A COMBINATION OF EF0 AND EF1 DAMAGE.  IT IS
ESTIMATED THAT THE MOST SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE WAS CREATED FROM WINDS OF
110 MPH.

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GARNET
...CORRECTED DATE OF TORNADO...





















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