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YET ANOTHER TORNADO LAST WEEK

LAST TUESDAY’S EXTREME WEATHER IS STILL MAKING HEADLINES TODAY IN THE REGION.  THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OUT OF STATE COLLEGE HAS CONFIRMED THAT A TORNADO DID IN FACT TOUCH DOWN IN WARREN COUNTY NEAR THE VILLAGE OF LOTTSVILLE.  THIS STORM IS CLASSIFIED AS AN EF-1 THAT LEFT A PATH OF DESTRUCTION ABOUT A MILE LONG AND 75 YARDS WIDE.  THIS STORM, ADDED TO THE REST, MAKES  13 TORNADOES THAT WERE REPORTED TO HAVE TOUCHED DOWN LAST TUESDAY.  THE 4TH WORST TORNADO DAY IN THE STATE’S HISTORY. 



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