New data shows strength of tornadoes from Hurricane Isaias
WRAL's team of meteorologists was on the air around the clock as Hurricane Isaias marched through our state. We have brand new data on the intensity of the tornadoes that were spawned by the hurricane.
WON'T DO IT AGAIN. AMANDA LAMB, WRAL NEWS, OAK ISLAND. >>> WRAL'S TEAM OFMETEOROLOGISTS WERE ON AIR AROUND THE CLOCK. TONIGHT BRAND NEW DATA ON THE INTENSITY OF THE TORNADOES PRODUCED BY THIS STORM. MIKE? >> Reporter: GERALD, WE HAD NUMEROUS TORNADO WARNINGS ISSUED. IT ALL STARTED IN THE SOUTHERN COUNTIES. NOW THIS IS THE TRACK OF ISAIAS, JUST THE PERFECT TRAJECTORY TO BRING A STORM SURGE TO OUR SOUTHERN FACING BEACHES. THESE ARE ALL THE TORNADO REPORTS. AND THE SURVEYS CAME OUT RANGING FROM AN EF0 TORNADO TO AN EF1. RANGING FROM 104 MILES PER HOUR. NUMEROUS TREES WERE SNAPPED AND ROOF DAMAGES AS WELL AND THE STORM MADE ITS WAY UP TO THE NORTH AND EAST AND SOME TORNADO REPORTS, ESTIMATED WINDS UP TO 100 MILES PER HOUR. NOW THE BERTIE COUNTY TORNADOES, WE HAD NOT HAD A REPORT YET BECAUSE THEY HAD NOT MADE THEIR WAY TO BERTIE COUNTY. AND NOW IF THEY ARE OUT OF WAKEFIELD, VIRGINIA, SO BUSY WITH THE TORNADO DAMAGE UP THERE AND THE SURVEY WILL TAKE PLACE TOMORROW. A SLEW OF REPORTS AS FAR NORTH AS SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY AND THE LAST REPORTS WE SAW. NOW ISAIAS IS MOVING WELL INTO CANADA. COMING UP, WE'LL SHOW YOU WHERE