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Public Information Statement
Issued: 7:10 PM CDT Apr. 26, 2017 – National Weather Service

... NWS damage survey for 04/25/17 tornado event...

.Overview... Two tornadoes developed in Mayes County, Oklahoma,
during the late evening of April 25th. These tornadoes developed on
the leading edge of a bowing line segment that translated across the
County. A survey team from NWS Tulsa assessed the damage today and
the findings are detailed below.

.Adair Oklahoma tornado #1...

Rating: EF-1
estimated peak wind: 95 to 105 mph
path length /statute/: 6.4 miles
path width /maximum/: 550 yards
fatalities: 0
injuries: 0

Start date: April 25 2017
start time: 1133 PM CDT
start location: 5.3 NW Pryor / Mayes County / OK
start lat/lon: 36.3725 / -95.3729

End date: April 25 2017
end time: 1142 PM CDT
end location: 2.7 WNW Adair / Mayes County / OK
end lat/lon: 36.4476 / -95.3176

Survey summary: this tornado destroyed a Mobile home, damaged several
homes, destroyed outbuildings, snapped and uprooted numerous trees,
and blew down power poles.

.Adair Oklahoma tornado #2...

Rating: EF-1
estimated peak wind: 100 to 110 mph
path length /statute/: 4.1 miles
path width /maximum/: 600 yards
fatalities: 0
injuries: 0

Start date: April 25 2017
start time: 1134 PM CDT
start location: 7 SW Adair / Mayes County / OK
start lat/lon: 36.4000 / -95.3887

End date: April 25 2017
end time: 1141 PM CDT
end location: 3.1 WSW Adair / Mayes County / OK
end lat/lon: 36.4260 / -95.3273

Survey summary: this tornado snapped and uprooted numerous trees,
destroyed outbuildings, damaged homes, and blew down power poles.

Ef scale: the Enhanced Fujita scale classifies tornadoes into the
following categories:

EF0... weak... ... 65 to 85 mph
EF1... weak... ... 86 to 110 mph
EF2... strong... .111 to 135 mph
EF3... strong... .136 to 165 mph
EF4... violent... 166 to 200 mph
EF5... violent... >200 mph

Note:
the information in this statement is preliminary and subject to
change pending final review of the events and publication in NWS
storm data.


Ejc

710 PM CDT Wed Apr 26 2017

... NWS damage survey for 04/25/17 tornado event...

.Overview... Two tornadoes developed in Mayes County, Oklahoma,
during the late evening of April 25th. These tornadoes developed on
the leading edge of a bowing line segment that translated across the
County. A survey team from NWS Tulsa assessed the damage today and
the findings are detailed below.

.Adair Oklahoma tornado #1...

Rating: EF-1
estimated peak wind: 95 to 105 mph
path length /statute/: 6.4 miles
path width /maximum/: 550 yards
fatalities: 0
injuries: 0

Start date: April 25 2017
start time: 1133 PM CDT
start location: 5.3 NW Pryor / Mayes County / OK
start lat/lon: 36.3725 / -95.3729

End date: April 25 2017
end time: 1142 PM CDT
end location: 2.7 WNW Adair / Mayes County / OK
end lat/lon: 36.4476 / -95.3176

Survey summary: this tornado destroyed a Mobile home, damaged several
homes, destroyed outbuildings, snapped and uprooted numerous trees,
and blew down power poles.

.Adair Oklahoma tornado #2...

Rating: EF-1
estimated peak wind: 100 to 110 mph
path length /statute/: 4.1 miles
path width /maximum/: 600 yards
fatalities: 0
injuries: 0

Start date: April 25 2017
start time: 1134 PM CDT
start location: 7 SW Adair / Mayes County / OK
start lat/lon: 36.4000 / -95.3887

End date: April 25 2017
end time: 1141 PM CDT
end location: 3.1 WSW Adair / Mayes County / OK
end lat/lon: 36.4260 / -95.3273

Survey summary: this tornado snapped and uprooted numerous trees,
destroyed outbuildings, damaged homes, and blew down power poles.

Ef scale: the Enhanced Fujita scale classifies tornadoes into the
following categories:

EF0... weak... ... 65 to 85 mph
EF1... weak... ... 86 to 110 mph
EF2... strong... .111 to 135 mph
EF3... strong... .136 to 165 mph
EF4... violent... 166 to 200 mph
EF5... violent... >200 mph

Note:
the information in this statement is preliminary and subject to
change pending final review of the events and publication in NWS
storm data.


Ejc


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