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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
522 PM CDT THU OCT 16 2014

...Updated damage survey results for Posey County, Indiana...

The following is the preliminary damage assessment for Posey County,
Indiana.

 * Event Type.........EF1 Tornado

 * Event Date.........Monday October 13th, 2014

 * Event Time.........Began at 525 PM CDT (Exact time TBD)
                      Ended at 531 PM CDT (Exact time TBD)

 * Event Location.....Path began about 2 miles southeast of New
                      Harmony and ended about 3 miles northeast of
                      New Harmony

 * Peak Wind..........100 MPH

 * Avg. Path Width....150 Yards

 * Path Length........4 Miles

 * Injuries...........None

 * Fatalities.........None

 * Damage Detail......The damage path started at a farmhouse, where
                      a large tree was uprooted and another large
                      tree was snapped. A tin roof was blown off a barn.
                      The path was mostly through corn and soybean
                      fields for the first couple miles. The strongest
                      winds occurred near the end of the damage path.
                      About one-half mile southeast of the intersection
                      of Indiana Highways 68 and 69, the tornado passed
                      through a heavily wooded area. Numerous large trees
                      were snapped in this area. The tornado ended at
                      Highway 68, where a tree and limbs were blown
                      down.

Surveyors.......RRS/MY

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