Details

RATING: EF-1

MAXIMUM ESTIMATED WIND SPEED: 100 MPH

MAXIMUM ESTIMATED PATH WIDTH: 150 yards

PATH LENGTH: 0.81 miles

START TIME: Estimated around 3:07 PM EST

END TIME: Estimated around 3:08 PM EST

LOCATION: Northeast portion of White County. 1400 East between 400 North and 500 North

DESCRIPTION: A survey of damage in northeastern White county revealed damage consistent with a brief EF1 touchdown. The tornado touched down in an open field northeast of the intersection of County Road 400 North and 1350 East before flipping 4 sections of a center pivot irrigation system. As the tornado moved northeast a trailer was impacted removing the roof and taking down half of the walls (DI: MHSW DOD: 4). A woman was in the trailer home at the time it hit but made it to the bathroom as it was falling apart and survived with no injury. Debris from the trailer was thrown north and northwest into an adjacent field. The tornado continued northeast into a grove of trees where it continued less than 50 feet before lifting one quarter mile southwest of the intersection of County Roads 500 North and 1450 East. The maximum wind speed is estimated at 100 mph.

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