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NWS Confirms Seven Tornadoes In Maryland, Virginia & West Virginia


The National Weather Service confirmed that seven tornadoes touched down across parts of Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia on Wednesday, June 5. These tornadoes resulted from severe thunderstorms that developed along a warm front. They caused significant damage and led to several injuries.

The most severe tornado was rated EF-1, with peak winds reaching 105 mph. This tornado traveled 12 miles from Poolesville to Gaithersburg, Maryland, between 7:14 p.m. and 7:42 p.m. It caused extensive damage to trees and structures and resulted in five injuries.

Another EF-1 tornado, also with peak winds of 105 mph, struck Southern Baltimore County, Maryland. It carved a 2.4-mile path between Arbutus and Halethorpe from 7:45 p.m. to 7:52 p.m., causing tree damage and impacting structures. Fortunately, no injuries or fatalities were reported.

In Leesburg, Virginia, an EF-1 tornado with peak winds of 95 mph caused damage to trees and minor structural damage along a 1-mile path from 6:42 p.m. to 6:43 p.m. There were no reported injuries or deaths from this event.

Columbia, Maryland, experienced an EF-1 tornado with peak winds of 95 mph that traveled 1 mile from 8:31 p.m. to 8:33 p.m. This tornado caused damage to trees and vehicles, particularly in the Long Reach village area. No injuries or deaths were reported.

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