December 1 2020
Before the winter air arrived, severe storms moved through Maryland yesterday. We had the risk for some of those storms to produce large hail and low based circulation. I received numerous messages along with some photos and video. That will be included below.
The National Weather Service in Baltimore/Washington has it’s hands full with their 2 new Maryland Counties.
Doppler Radar at 2:35 PM
This split screen shows the Doppler Radar Surface Reflectivity (top) and Wind Velocity (bottom). There was a comma/hook shape, but the winds were marginal from this view.
At this time Doppler has estimated the winds to be 65 mph, but it appears to have increased with the brief touchdown just minutes later.
The National Weather Service Storm Report
- An EF-1 Tornado was confirmed in Port Deposit (Cecil County MD) by the National Weather Service on November 30, 2020.
- 2:37-2:42 PM
- Winds = 90 mph
- Length 5.5 miles
Video Of Damage
This was very compelling thanks to Andrew Patrick (shot in portrait mode)
Photos of Damage
Andrew Patrick also lost a band of shingles from his home.
The damage was worse to Larry Sickle’s roof, impaled by this large tree limb.
There was a very large tree this came from.
14 Local Maryland Pages (and York PA)
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