WARNER ROBINS, Ga. (AP) – The National Weather Service confirms a tornado left a 4.2 mile trail of damage in middle Georgia.
The Macon Telegraph reports the weather service confirmed Sunday night that an EF-1 tornado struck Warner Robins on Friday. A survey team’s report says the twister packing 90 mph winds touched down at 7:42 a.m. Friday.
Most homes in the area were spared major damage, though some were struck by falling trees.
The weather service was still working to determine whether a tornado hit Robins Air Force Base, where an 84 mph wind gust was recorded at the north end of the air field.
The same violent storms Friday caused another EF-1 tornado to touch down in eastern Twiggs County, where it snapped trees along a 2.4-mile path toward Allentown.
Meteorologists Ed Bloodsworth and Rich Rogers contributed to this story.
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