NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — The National Weather Service in Nashville said late Thursday that its preliminary survey found that four tornadoes hit Middle Tennessee early Tuesday morning.
Here’s the breakdown:
- Nashville EF-3 (165mph): 60.13 miles/800 yards
- Smith/Putnam EF-0 (75mph): 5.88 miles/50 yards
- Cookeville EF-4 (175mph): 8.21 miles/500 yards
- SE Cookeville/Goffton EF-0 (75mph): 0.23 miles/25 yards
The NWS further saying that all the information was preliminary and subject to change. Damage assessments had been concluded in Davidson, Wilson, Smith and Putnam counties.
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