NWS Investigating Possible Tornado in Tuckerton


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Eric Englund
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July 09, 2021
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The Nationwide Weather Services in Mount Holly is investigating if a tornado struck in the early-morning hours Friday in the Tuckerton-Minimal Egg Harbor Township location for the duration of Tropical Storm Elsa.
Nick Carr, workers meteorologist, stated that all around 4 a.m., radar picked up winds transferring from distinct directions. “That is commonplace with a tornado,” he said. “There were reviews of problems in the place, so we’re out there looking to see if that was prompted by tornadic exercise.”
Carr also reported Harvey Cedars and Beach front Haven recorded southeast gusts of 75 and 70 miles for every hour amongst 3:30 and 4 a.m.
“That was the peak time for the tropical storm,” he reported. “In the Southern Ocean (County) place, the wind and rain started off picking up about midnight, and it blew out of the location by 6. As far as winds go, they have been much stronger in the coastal regions than the mainland.”
Carr mentioned components of Ocean County gained up to 3 inches of rain.
“But that was far more in the northern regions of the county,” he mentioned. “On Extended Seashore Island, around 1½ inches fell on the southern end, whilst the north conclusion got about 2 inches.”  —E.E.

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