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PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
1010 AM CDT SAT MAY 21 2022

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0733 PM     TORNADO          2 SSW CLARISSA          46.11N 94.96W
05/12/2022                   TODD               MN   NWS STORM SURVEY

            CORRECTS TIME OF PREVIOUS TORNADO REPORT
            FROM 2 SSW CLARISSA. HUNDREDS OF TREES WERE
            UPROOTED OR BROKEN. SEVERAL OUTBUILDINGS
            LOST ROOFS. THE DAMAGE PATTERN IN THIS PART
            OF TODD COUNTY WAS VERY COMPLICATED, BUT
            GROUND AND AERIAL SURVEYS REVEALED A TORNADO
            MOVED THROUGH PART OF CLARISSA. THE PATH
            LENGTH WAS 3.3 MILES. IT WAS RATED EF1 WITH
            ESTIMATED MAXIMUM WINDS OF 90 MPH.

0746 PM     TORNADO          6 WNW RANDALL           46.12N 94.61W
05/12/2022                   MORRISON           MN   NWS STORM SURVEY

            CORRECTS TIME OF PREVIOUS TORNADO REPORT
            FROM 6 WNW RANDALL. THIS TORNADO BROKE OR
            UPROOTED HUNDREDS OF TREES AND PARTIALLY
            TOOK THE ROOF OFF TWO BUILDINGS IN CUSHING.
            IT DISSIPATED JUST NORTHEAST OF CUSHING
            AFTER BEING ON THE GROUND FOR 2.9 MILES. THE
            TORNADO WAS RATED EF0 WITH ESTIMATED MAXIMUM
            WINDS OF 80 MPH.

0751 PM     TORNADO          6 N RANDALL             46.17N 94.52W
05/12/2022                   MORRISON           MN   NWS STORM SURVEY

            CORRECTS TIME OF PREVIOUS TORNADO REPORT
            FROM 6 N RANDALL. HUNDREDS OF TREES WERE
            UPROOTED OR SNAPPED AS IT MOVED ALONG THE
            EAST SIDE OF LAKE ALEXANDER. MANY TREES CAME
            DOWN ON VEHICLES, SHEDS AND CABINS. ITS PATH
            LENGTH WAS 3.6 MILES. THE TORNADO WAS RATED
            EF1 WITH ESTIMATED MAXIMUM WINDS OF 90 MPH.


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