SALISBURY, MD (WUSA9) - An EF1 tornado hit Salisbury, Md. on Monday afternoon, the National Weather Service confirmed Tuesday.
NWS conducted a survey in Salisbury, Md. and confirmed a tornado hit the area.
EF1 Tornado with peak winds near 105 mph confirmed in Salisbury MD. Tornado tracked 3/4 mi just north of Salisbury University.— NWS Wakefield (@NWSWakefieldVA) August 8, 2017
According to NWS, the tornado was very quick with winds up to 105 miles per hour. Officials say it was most intense when it touched down at a shopping center just north of Salisbury University.
The NWS is still surveying two possible tornadoes in Ocean City, Md. and Nassawadox, Va.
Tornado just ripped right passed my house pic.twitter.com/q5cffFDVxl— Steven Fisher⚓️⛵️ (@Steven__Fisher) August 7, 2017
Some pictures of the damage by the tornado pic.twitter.com/BJ5cL4uhHb— Luke Faulkner (@FaulknerLucas) August 7, 2017
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