Path of Destruction of the Putnam County Tornadoes
We've learned the path of all four tornadoes that touched down in the Hudson Valley.
The National Weather Service confirmed an EF-2 tornado tore through a path of 100 yards in Kent. While an EF-1 tornado moved through a discontinuous path of 75 yards in Patterson.
The Kent twister with winds around 115 mph started at 4:29 p.m. near apartments on Route 52 and continued along Route 52 lifting near Bowen Road.
The Patterson tornado touched on Route 22, north of Haviland Hollow Road at 4:32 p.m., lifting near the intersection of East Branch Road and Fairfield Drive. Winds peaked at 100 mph.
An EF-0 tornado with estimated peak winds of 85 mph moved through a path of 674 yards in Newburgh.
The Newburgh twister touched down at 4:16 p.m. near Albany Post Road, south of Bennet Road. The tornado lifted near the Hudson River behind Susan Drive.
A tornado was also confirmed that traveled from Ulster County to Dutchess County.
The EF-1 twister produced wides of 90 MPH. The tornado started along Route 212 between Woodstock and Saugerties and moved east through the western and southern part of Saugerties before crossing the Hudson River and ending in Tivoli, just south of the Clermont State Historic Site, according to the National Weather Service.
Below are photos from the storm from across the Hudson Valley:
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