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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CLEVELAND OH
825 PM EDT TUE JUL 8 2014

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

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

LOCATION...MEDINA COUNTY (VALLEY CITY)
DATE...JULY 8 2014
ESTIMATED TIME...1:33 PM EDT
MAXIMUM EF-SCALE RATING....EF1
ESTIMATED WIND SPEED...94 MPH
MAX PATH WIDTH...200 YARDS
PATH LENGTH...7.3 MILES
BEGINNING LAT/LON 41.243/-82.003
ENDING    LAT/LON 41.260/-81.865

SUMMARY...
THE TORNADO STARTED AS AN EF0 IN EXTREME EAST CENTRAL LORAIN COUNTY
AND THEN QUICKLY BECAME AN EF1 IN MEDINA COUNTY AND TRACKED AROUND 7
MILES BEFORE LIFTING UP NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF GRAFTON AND MARKS
ROADS. EAST OF THIS LOCATION THE DAMAGE...DOWNED TREES AND LIMBS
WERE CAUSED BY THUNDERSTORM STRAIGHT LINE WINDS.

ALONG THE 7.3 MILE PATH OF THE TORNADO MUCH OF THE DAMAGE WAS TREES
THAT WERE KNOCKED DOWN OR UPROOTED. SOME SHINGLE AND MAINLY
MINOR STRUCTURE DAMAGE ALSO OCCURRED. A BARN ON STATION ROAD WAS
MODERATELY DAMAGED. THE MAX PATH WIDTH WAS 200 YARDS AND THE MAXIMUM
ESTIMATED WIND SPEED WAS 94 MPH.

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