Map – Path Of The Hannibal Tornado

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keyHANNIBAL, MO (KTVI) – The National Weather Service has released storm damage results for a storm that hit Hannibal Missouri on Monday. An EF-1 Tornado touched down at around 7:24pm. The path of the small tornado was about 1.15 miles and the width was 50 yards. They estimate wind speeds were at 90 mph.

The tornado touched down about one mile South of the Hannibal Regional Medical Center. It part of a tin roof off a farm building and damaged some trees. It dissipated as it crossed Highway MM.

The storm associated with the tornado had extremely high wind speeds. Some gusts were likely around 100mph. The storm damaged many homes and trees.


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