National Weather Service confirms tornado in Coventry Township

National Weather Service confirms tornado in Coventry Township

Storms that rolled through Southeast Texas on early Saturday morning were classified as damage from a thunderstorm, the National Weather Service out of Lake Charles reported.

The National Weather Service assessment team confirms a tornado struck an area of Texas County Friday night.

He says their goal is to wrap things up late Monday night but miss that target if more outages erupt today.

Around the area, 22 inches of snow was reported in victor as of 3 p.m. Sunday, with 15.6 inches reported in Huron, 14.1 inches in Burke, along with 16.5 inches in Kennebec, according to the NWS.

An EF2 tornado would do considerable damage like roofs turn off well-constructed homes, mobile homes completely destroyed, large trees snapped or uprooted and cars lifted off the ground. The tornado packed wind speeds of 95 miles-per-hour.

White says heavy April snowfalls aren't unheard of in the region, where some areas average more than 300 inches (760 centimeters) of snow per year.

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Duke Energy reported about 37,000 customers without power in North Carolina.

Freezing rain is falling south of Interstate 96, but sleet falling north of the highway has dropped 2 inches (5 centimeters) of sleet in some areas.

Between 12:01 a.m. Friday and 10 a.m. Sunday, the Minnesota State Patrol reported 405 crashes, 51 of those involving injuries.

About 750 flights were canceled over the weekend at the Minneapolis-St.

Hays set three record lows in a row Saturday, Sunday and this morning.

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