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October 31 - November 1, 2013
Strong Winds and Tornadoes


Strong surface low pressure moved northeast from the Mississippi Valley into the Great Lakes during the evening of October 31, 2013. A cold front moved quickly east through the Ohio Valley, with several broken lines of strong showers developing along and ahead of it. Very strong winds in the atmosphere led to wind gusts of 40-50 MPH even before the cold front arrived. Severe winds of over 60 MPH occurred with the strong showers along the front, even with the near-complete absence of thunder and lightning. Circulations developed in several locations along and ahead of the front, enhancing the wind damage in some places, and leading to the development of short-lived tornadoes in other instances.


Storm Map - Plotted Locations are Preliminary and Approximate

NOTE: Marker locations are approximate and are not accurate to street level
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Page last modified: November 1, 2013.
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