Where did the tornado hit in Seneca SC?

Where did the tornado hit in Seneca South Carolina?

The tornado touched down near Keowee School Road (SC188) and traveled toward Lake Keowee. The storm’s estimated peak wind was 90 miles per hour with the tornado moving along a path estimated to be 1.2 miles long and 15 yards (45 feet) wide at its maximum width.

Where did the tornado hit today in SC?

COLUMBIA, S.C. — The National Weather Service has confirmed a tornado touched down near Lake Murray Tuesday afternoon. The weather service says the funnel touched down about 3:50 p.m. near Dreher Island State Park. There are reports of some damage in that area, including downed power lines and trees.

When was the tornado in Seneca SC?

EF1 tornado touches down in Seneca

The National Weather Service has confirmed an EF1 tornado touched down in Seneca around 5:50 p.m. on April 10, with estimated high wind speed around 90 mph.

How big was the tornado that hit Seneca South Carolina?

Seneca Tornado Facts:

Estimated Peak Wind: 90 mph. Path Length: 1.2077 miles. Path width: 15 yards.

Did tornadoes touch down in Mauldin SC?

MAULDIN, SC (FOX Carolina)- The National Weather Service confirmed that an EF-1 tornado touched down in Mauldin on Tuesday near the intersection of Brooks Rd. and Hwy 276.

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What was the high temperature today in Seneca South Carolina?

High 79F. Winds light and variable. Partly cloudy.

Did a tornado touchdown in SC?

The National Weather Service has confirmed at least one tornado touched down in the Upstate Tuesday. The EF1 tornado touched down at 2:53 p.m. and was 2.3 miles long and 75 yards wide, the NWS said.

Where did tornado hit today?

A late-night tornado that hit the regional New South Wales city of Armidale has caused significant damage after wild weather ripped through much of the state. The tornado hit about 10pm on Thursday, leaving a trail of destruction.

Where is Tropical Storm Fred?

Tropical Depression Fred — which was once Tropical Storm Fred — is moving across eastern Cuba and near the southeastern part of the Bahamas, according to The Weather Channel. Heavy rainfall and massive winds are expected to hit Hispaniola, the Bahamas and Cuba through the rest of this week and even into next week.