NWS confirms 2 tornadoes caused damage in SE Mo. - KFVS12 News & Weather Cape Girardeau, Carbondale, Poplar Bluff

NWS confirms 2 tornadoes caused damage in SE Mo.

Butler County damage (Source: Mike Mohundro) Butler County damage (Source: Mike Mohundro)
Butler County damage (Source: Mike Mohundro) Butler County damage (Source: Mike Mohundro)
STODDARD COUNTY, MO (KFVS) -

The National Weather Service in Paducah has confirmed two tornadoes caused damage in Stoddard and Butler Counties on Wednesday.

According to NWS reports, an EFO tornado removed metal roofing and damaged rafters of at least four chicken houses two miles northwest of Dudley, Missouri.

Officials say debris was carried up to a mile or more. The damage path width was about 40 yards by about one mile. Peak winds were around 70 mph.

Weather officials say an EFO tornado ripped the roofs and some rafters and walls of two sheds and barns six miles southeast of Poplar Bluff.

The debris was blown several hundred yards. The damage path was 50 yards wide by 1.5 miles long. Peak winds were around 85 mph.

About 100-200 trees blown in different directions and a 12-inch diameter cedar tree was broken off and moved in Ripley County around Poynor.

A barn was also destroyed with debris blown up into trees. NWS says the damage have been from a possible tornado there.

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