By Rod Hill on 2019-07-03
Monday July 1, 2019
National Weather Service confirms EF0 tornado, Sunday at 5:24 pm, lasting 6 minutes, 3 miles N/NE of downtown Portland. Winds estimated at 80 mph, a 1 mile storm path width max width of 40 yards. No injuries, storm survey below:
Survey Summary: Tree damage observed, with several large branches down. A few large trees with shallow roots were uprooted along Going St. between 16th Ave. and 21st Ave. Power pole was leaning over on Going St. and 21st Ave. Some shingles torn off roofs at 13th Ave. and Wygant St. as well as 18th Ave. and Going St. Gutter was also torn off house at 18th Ave. and Going St. A few bricks came off of a chimney at 25th between Prescott St. and Skidmore Street.
Public Information Statement National Weather Service Portland OR 339 PM PDT Tue Jul 2 2019 ...NWS STORM SURVEY OF EF-0 TORNADO IN NORTHEAST PORTLAND... New information has extended the damage path to 38th Avenue and Shaver Street. No changes to rating or strength of tornado. EF Scale Rating: EF-0 Estimated Peak Wind: 80 mph Path Length: 1.60 miles Path Width (Maximum): 40 yards Fatalities: 0 Injuries: 0