2 tornadoes exceeding 100 miles per hour strike the Hudson Valley

Remigio Civitarese
Mag 17, 2018

Both are in Putnam County.

The EF-0 tornado, with estimated peak winds of 85 miles per hour, left a path of destruction within minutes, according to the National Weather Service. An EF2 tornado with estimated peak winds of 110 miles per hour moved through a path of 100 yards in Kent. This tornado reached wind speeds of 110 miles per hour.

It could take days to fully restore power in Newburgh after a tornado slammed the city during Tuesday's powerful and deadly weather, the mayor says.

The first report that came out on Wednesday evening said that an EF1 tornado moved along a 9.5 mile path between Beacon Falls and Hamden.

Above reports are filtered to display the events within the News 12 viewing area
Above reports are filtered to display the events within the News 12 viewing area

At the height of the storm, over 200,000 utility customers were without power, mainly in the Mid-Hudson Region.

In Orange County, police said at 11-year-old girl was killed when the auto she was in was crushed by a tree on Robinson Avenue in Newburgh.

Around them were downed trees and power lines, darkened homes and intersections without working traffic lights.

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