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National Weather Service confirms two EF1 tornadoes in Alabama

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National Weather Service confirms two EF1 tornadoes in Alabama


The National Weather Service in Birmingham has confirmed tornadoes in Jefferson County early Sunday morning. After a survey on Sunday, the NWS said that two short-lived tornado tracks were in those areas. The first was just north of Lakeshore Parkway, from the general area of Wildwood to Samford University, with a rating of EF1, reaching 100mph.A second track from generally Brookwood Mall into Mountain Brook and Cahaba Heights with a rating of EF1, reaching 90mph. >> DEADLY TORNADOES IN TENNESSEE: 6 dead, nearly 2 dozen injured after a tornado tears through neighborhoodWith high wind gusts reaching 60 mph, lightning and hail, damages were reported across our area.A look at damages within hours of the storm:A look at clean up the day after the storm:Details on the path, width, and distance are still to be determined.Additional surveys are planned for Lee and Barbour counties on Monday.

The National Weather Service in Birmingham has confirmed tornadoes in Jefferson County early Sunday morning.

After a survey on Sunday, the NWS said that two short-lived tornado tracks were in those areas.

The first was just north of Lakeshore Parkway, from the general area of Wildwood to Samford University, with a rating of EF1, reaching 100mph.

A second track from generally Brookwood Mall into Mountain Brook and Cahaba Heights with a rating of EF1, reaching 90mph.

>> DEADLY TORNADOES IN TENNESSEE: 6 dead, nearly 2 dozen injured after a tornado tears through neighborhood

With high wind gusts reaching 60 mph, lightning and hail, damages were reported across our area.

A look at damages within hours of the storm:

A look at clean up the day after the storm:

Details on the path, width, and distance are still to be determined.

Additional surveys are planned for Lee and Barbour counties on Monday.



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