EF1 Tornado Confirmed On The Eastern Shore

July 24th, 2014 at 6:05 pm by under Weather

A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for all of the yellow counties and cities until 11pm.

Severe TStorm Watch Until 11pm

Severe TStorm Watch Until 11pm

The storms may contain damaging wind gusts in excess of 60mph and also quarter sized hail. Keep your television set tuned to WAVY TV for more information.

Tornado Recap:

The strong storm that moved across the Chesapeake Bay was able to create a tornado and straight-line wind damage.

Super Doppler 10 Radar

Super Doppler 10 Radar

Severe Storm On Radar

Severe Storm On Radar

Tornado Path

Tornado Path

Here are the details:

  • EF1 Tornado with winds up to 100mph
  • 150 yards wide
  • 8 mile path length (Some was over water)
  • 2 Fatalities
  • 36 Injuries

There was also reports of baseball sized hail near the Cherrystone Campground and 75mph straight line wind damage.

2 Responses to “EF1 Tornado Confirmed On The Eastern Shore”

  1. bonnie says:

    good morning,

    Wow! That was some wild weather we had today!
    How come we had no warnings of the severe weather heading our way?

    Don’t we have a tornado siren warning or hurricane warning of some kind for a heads up to the danger ?

    I mean if you don’t see it on your radar screens until its right on us how are we supposed to protect ourselves

    Don’t get me wrong you all do a great job! I would just like to know why
    bonnie

    1. Jeff Edmondson WAVY says:

      Some communities do not have sirens. Remember sirens are designed to be heard if you are outside, not inside. We had the warnings scrolling along the bottom of our channel as always.

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