Windsor Locks Area Tornado Was Not The State’s First On Monday

Connecticut was hit by a tornado in Fairfield County Monday,  in addition to the tornado confirmed to have touched down near Windsor Locks about two and a half hours later.  The National Weather Service says a tornado measured at EF-0,  the lowest level on the scale, traveled 3.7 miled through Greenwich and Stamford.

The Hartford County storm was rated an EF-1.

The storm’s path was 150 yards at its widest.

The weather service says it found extensive tree damage from Taconic Road onto Skyridge Road,  continuing on Carrington drive to the Mead House Farm,  then started to weaken as it moved into Stamford.  No structural damage was visible.

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