JOHNSTON CITY, IL (KFVS) - Preliminary damage survey results from the National Weather Service show an EF0 tornado hit near Johnston City, Ill. on June 28.
The tornado with 1.25 miles east of town.
Estimated time was around 7:12 p.m. The twister packed winds of 85 mph. The path was for a quarter mile and the width 75 yards. There were no injuries.
NWS Survey Summary:
A softwood tree was snapped in front of a single
story house on Peterson Avenue, and several shingles were blown off of the roof.
Two garage buildings were blown off their foundation, and debris was scattered a couple hundred yards downstream.
A tree fell onto power lines, causing a wooden power pole to snap at the base.
An eyewitness reported watching a tornado destroy the two garage buildings.
It continued on the ground a few hundred yards onto his property, where he saw a cedar tree that was briefly lifted and other numerous trees snapped.