NWS: Tornado paths found in Henderson, Union Counties

NWS: Tornado paths found in Henderson, Union Counties

UNION CO., KY (WFIE) - The National Weather Service survey team says they found tornado damage during their search on Friday.

Just west of Morganfield, the survey team says they found damage from an EF-1 tornado.

They say it had peak winds of 110 MPH, was 125-yards wide, and had a more than 9-mile track.

Officials say it started near Highway 109 near Henshaw and ended northwest of Morganfield.

Dennis Cheatham lives along Highway 947. The NWS team checked out damage at a neighboring property.

Cheatham tells 14 News he saw the twister.

“This one snuck up on me,” Cheatham recalled.

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The NWS confirmed another tornado path was found in Henderson County.

Officials say it was west of Smith Mills. They are calling it an EF-0 with peak winds of 75 MPH. They say it was estimated to be 100 yards at the widest.

No major damage or significant injuries have been reported.

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