ANGOLA – A National Weather Service assessment team confirmed Sunday two tornado tracks near Angola Saturday evening.
The first was a weak but multi-funnel EF0 that traveled seven-tenths of a mile with winds around 80 mile per hour. It started at 6:30 p-m and lasted only a minute. Witnesses said it touched down in a field then intensified as it moved east northeast and removed a portion of a roof. It damaged two barns and crossed 150 West where it snapped and uprooted numerous trees before lifting.
The second was a weak EF1 tornado that traveled nine-tenths of a mile causing extensive tree damage along a railroad and some minor roof damage. It started at 6:34 and lasted nearly six minutes with peak winds around 90 miles per hour.
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