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National Weather Service confirms 2 EF-0 tornadoes in Lafayette County Tuesday

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LAFAYETTE COUNTY — The National Weather Service on Wednesday, June 27 confirmed two tornadoes in Lafayette County Tuesday.

The first happened around 11:30 a.m. near Rewey. The NWS rated this an EF-0, with an estimated wind speed of 70 miles-per-hour. It caused damage in a cornfield, and took down large branches. NWS officials said the path and width were TBD.

The second happened around 2:30 p.m. near Argyle. The NWS rated it an EF-0, with an estimated wind speed of 80 miles-per-hour. It had a width of 47 yards, and the timing and path was TBD, NWS officials said.



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