Straight Line Wind Damage in Madison County June 19

Madison county emergency management officials did a damage survey the evening of June 19th of an area where a possible tornado was reported. They found an approximate 2 mile path with trees and tree limbs down just southeast of Anderson, with all the trees and limbs pointing toward the southeast. This evidence suggests straight line wind damage. While several pictures of funnel clouds were received, there is no evidence of rotation in the damage on the ground.

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