Your question: Where was tornado in Ocean County NJ?

Did tornado touch down in NJ?

The remnants of Tropical Storm Fred brought a tornado to the Garden State early Thursday morning, officials said.

What size tornado hit NJ yesterday?

The EF-3 tornado that blasted Gloucester County with winds of up to 150 mph on Wednesday, obliterating homes and toppling farm silos, tore a more than 12-mile path from Harrisonville to Deptford Township over the course of 20 minutes, first touching down at 6:10 p.m., the National Weather Service reported.

Where did the tornado hit today?

A rare tornado has ripped through the NSW Central West, destroying property and causing multiple injuries. The tornado hit Clear Creek, north-east of Bathurst, this afternoon, whipping up debris and damaging homes.

Where was Mullica Hill tornado?

According to the National Weather Service in Mt. Holly, N.J., the tornado traveled a 13-mile path, beginning one mile southeast of Harrisonville before lifting one mile southeast of Deptford. The twister was 400 yards wide and traveled a diagonal line through Mullica Hill, Harrison Township, Mantua, and Wenonah.

Where did Mullica Hill tornado hit?

Folks on Salvatore Drive in Mullica Hill are still cleaning up more than one week after an EF-3 tornado devastated their neighborhood. “I’m cleaning through stuff.

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What was the worst tornado in New Jersey?

The 1835 New Brunswick, New Jersey, tornado of Friday, June 19, 1835, was the deadliest recorded in New Jersey history.

What county is Mullica NJ in?

Where were the three tornadoes in New Jersey?

The NWS office in Mount Holly, NJ issued a preliminary report Thursday afternoon from damage surveys, confirming six tornadoes spawned by what remained of Hurricane Ida — four in the Pennsylvania portion of its territory and three in Jersey (Mullica Hill, Princeton and Edgewater Park).

When did tornado hit New Jersey?

Tornadoes

Date EF# Location
May 28, 2019 EF1 Stanhope-Hopatcong, NJ
June 24, 2017 EF0 Howell, NJ
June 24, 2017 EF0 Howell, NJ
July 25, 2016 EF1 Readington-Branchburg, NJ

Was there a tornado in New Jersey?

MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. — A tornado that ripped through Mullica Hill, New Jersey, on Wednesday evening is believed to have had an EF-3 rating, with winds of up to 150 miles per hour (240 kph), according to the National Weather Service.