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National Weather Service: Storm wasn't a tornado

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The National Weather Service has determined that Thursday's winds were not from a tornado, but were instead “straight line” winds that maxed out at 100 mph and traveled 30 miles, from West Winfield in Herkimer County west to Minden in Montgomery County. The winds left behind pockets of snapped and uprooted trees, downed power lines, and overturned a Tractor Trailer and toppled a barn on Fordsbush Road. Thursday night’s storms left nearly 20,000 National Grid ...


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