Franklin County Tornado Damage Pictures
Hurrican Ivan Sepetember 17, 2004

Pictures of damage from tornados across Fulton County Pictures of damage from tornados across Fulton County Pictures of damage from tornados across Fulton County Pictures of damage from tornados across Fulton County
Pictures of damage from tornados across Fulton County Pictures of damage from tornados across Fulton County Pictures of damage from tornados across Fulton County Pictures of damage from tornados across Fulton County
Pictures of damage from tornados across Fulton County Pictures of damage from tornados across Fulton County Pictures of damage from tornados across Fulton County Pictures of damage from tornados across Fulton County
Pictures of damage from tornados across Fulton County Pictures of damage from tornados across Fulton County Pictures of damage from tornados across Fulton County Pictures of damage from tornados across Fulton County

Tornado Tracks near Greencastle and St Thomas, Franklin County
September 17, 2004
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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
425 PM EDT MON SEP 20 2004

...TWO TORNADOES CONFIRMED IN FRANKLIN COUNTY...

A SURVEY TEAM FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CONFIRMED TWO
TORNADOES IN FRANKLIN COUNTY FROM THE STORMS LAST FRIDAY.

THE FIRST TORNADO OCCURRED NEAR THE TOWN OF GREENCASTLE WHERE AN F1
TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN. WIND SPEEDS WERE ESTIMATED TO BE NEAR 80 MPH.
THE TORNADO FIRST HIT THE GROUND ABOUT 2 MILES TO THE SOUTHWEST OF
GREENCASTLE AND MOVED TO THE NORTH-NORTHWEST FOR ABOUT 2 MILES. THE
WIDTH OF THE STORM WAS APPROXIMATELY 30 YARDS WIDE. THE TORNADO
TOUCHED DOWN AT APPROXIMATELY 715 PM AND LIFTED AT APPROXIMATELY 718
PM. THE TORNADO CAUSED MANY TREES TO FALL AND DAMAGED SEVERAL
STRUCTURES.

THE SECOND TORNADO OCCURRED NEAR THE TOWN OF SAINT THOMAS WHERE AN F1
TORNADO OCCURRED AND HAD WIND SPEEDS OF ABOUT 85 MPH. THE PATH WAS
2.5 MILES LONG AND BEGAN 3 MILES SOUTH-SOUTHWEST OF SAINT THOMAS. THE
WIDTH OF THIS TORNADO WAS ALSO 30 YARDS. THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN
APPROXIMATELY AT 728 PM AND LIFTED AT 732 PM. THIS TORNADO ALSO
CAUSED MANY TREES TO FALL AND DAMAGED SEVERAL STRUCTURES.

MORE TORNADO SURVEYS ARE BEING CONDUCTED IN PARTS OF SOUTH CENTRAL
AND SOUTHEAST PENNSYLVANIA. ANOTHER STATEMENT WILL BE ISSUED WHEN
THAT DATA IS AVAILABLE.

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ONDREJIK/BUDD