Public Information Statement
Issued by NWS Mt. Holly, NJ

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOUNT HOLLY NJ
105 PM EDT TUE JUL 15 2014

..STRAIGHT LINE WIND DAMAGE (NO TORNADO) IN BURLINGTON COUNTY
YESTERDAY AS WELL AS CAMDEN COUNTY...

A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM TRACKED ACROSS BURLINGTON COUNTY NEW JERSEY FROM
NEAR MEDFORD TO SOUTHAMPTON BETWEEN 8:15 AND 8:30 PM LAST NIGHT
JULY 14TH. SCATTERED FALLEN TREES AND BRANCHES, POWER LINES, AND A
DISPLACED IRRIGATION PIPE WERE OBSERVED IN THE SOUTHAMPTON AREA.
THIS DAMAGE IS CONSISTENT WITH 60-70 MPH WINDS. EYEWITNESS REPORTS
DID NOT INDICATE A TORNADO TOUCHDOWN.

THE NWS THANKS BURLINGTON COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PERSONNEL
WHO HELPED WITH TODAY/S DAMAGE SURVEY AND THE EYEWITNESSES WHO
TALKED WITH US ALONG THE WAY.


MEANWHILE...THE SAME STORM...BUT UPSTREAM IN VOORHEES TOWNSHIP OF
CAMDEN COUNTY...OCCURRED SHORTLY AFTER 8 PM LAST EVENING AND PRODUCED
ESTIMATED 70 TO 80 MPH WIND GUSTS. NUMEROUS TREES WERE KNOCKED DOWN.

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