Monday’s Storm Drops 3 Tornados On Robertson County
ROBERTSON COUNTY TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn Information) In response to the Robertson County Emergency Administration Company Director Probability Holmes, a crew from the Nationwide Climate Service has been analyzing injury left behind by Monday’s storm. The crew’s conclusion is that there have been three potential touchdowns inside Robertson County on Monday.
In response to Dir Holmes, Monday’s storm dropped as many as 10 tornados in center Tennessee with 2 or 3 potential touchdowns in Robertson County. In response to Dir Holmes, the three will get an EF0 score, in line with the Nationwide Climate Service. An EF0 is the weakest numerical classification a twister may be given.
In response to Dir. Holmes, the first space thought-about for potential tornadic exercise in Robertson County was an space close to Gideon Highway & Outdated Distillery Highway. MAP On this space, not less than two houses have been broken by toppling timber alongside a path of injury that included uncommon tree injury described by Dir Holmes as a twisting of the treetops.
A map (left) despatched over by Krissy Hurley on the Nashville Climate Service by way of Holmes at EMA, reveals 3 paths of rotation. The strains don’t point out touchdowns, simply higher rotation. Spots throughout the three strains are the areas that the Nashville Climate Service is confirming spots of tornadic exercise on the bottom.
Beneath is a video adopted by some pictures despatched into Smokey Barn Information by Jeff Jordan up on State Line Rd on the prime of the county. It’s a location not addressed in Hurley’s map however as you possibly can see within the video and pictures beneath one thing pretty sturdy landed on Jordan’s property. For extra pictures on FB CLICK HERE