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June 5, 2010

Tornado Touchdown in Wood and Ottawa Counties

EF3 or greater

County:
Wood and Ottawa
Location:
East of Perrysburg to just west of Clay Center
Begin Time:
11:15 PM EDT
End Time:
11:30 PM EDT
EF Scale
EF3 or Greater
Wind Speed
136-165 MPH or Greater
Max. Path Width
200-300 yards
Path Length
8 to 10 miles
Fatalities:
7
Injuries:
Several

A tornado with a rating of EF3 or Greater first touched down near I-80 and Oregon Road (East of Perrysburg) at 11:15 PM EDT and then moved through the south side of Moline and then near Metcalf Airport. The tornado then crossed the northwest side of Millbury into Ottaway County following Trowbridge Road and lifted at 11:30 PM EDT just west of Clay Center. At least 50 buildings were damaged or destroyed.

The storm report information is preliminary and subject to change pending final review and publication in NWS StormData.

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