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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CLEVELAND OH
400 PM EDT FRI JUN 19 2015

...EF-1 TORNADO CONFIRMED IN STARK COUNTY OHIO...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN CLEVELAND OHIO HAS CONFIRMED AN EF-1
TORNADO IN STARK COUNTY OHIO.

LOCATION...STARK COUNTY (UNIONTOWN...HARTVILLE...MARLBORO TWP)
DATE...JUNE 18 2015
ESTIMATED TIME...7:07 PM TO 7:18 PM EDT
MAXIMUM EF-SCALE RATING... EF-1
ESTIMATED WIND SPEED... 105 MPH
MAX PATH WIDTH...100 YARDS
MAX PATH LENGTH...9 MILES
START LOCATION...UNIONTOWN OHIO (LAT/LON 40.9768/-81.4045)
MIDDLE LOCATION...2 SSE HARTVILLE OHIO (LAT/LON 40.9327/-81.3202)
ENDING LOCATION...5 ESE HARTVILLE OHIO (LAT/LON 40.9317/-81.2526)

SUMMARY... AN EF-1 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN IN UNIONTOWN NEAR THE
UNIONTOWN FIRE DEPARTMENT AND TRAVELED EAST-SOUTHEAST ALONG AN
INTERMITTENT PATH FOR APPROXIMATELY NINE MILES. MOST OF THE DAMAGE
OBSERVED WAS TO TREES THAT WERE UPROOTED OR SNAPPED PART OF THE WAY
UP OFF OF THE GROUND. A NEWLY CONSTRUCTED DAIRY BARN IN MARLBORO
TOWNSHIP NEAR STATE ROUTE 44 AND ST. PETERS CHURCH ROAD HAD
SIGNIFICANT ROOF DAMAGE. MINOR ROOF AND SIDING DAMAGE WAS OBSERVED
ALONG THE TORNADO PATH.

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NWS CLEVELAND


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