National Weather Service confirms EF-0 tornado touched down in Troy

TROY, Ohio (WDTN) – The National Weather Service has confirmed that a weak, EF-0 tornado touched down in Troy Saturday night.

The investigation by the NWS shows that the tornado touched down on the southwest edge of Troy. The tornado was on the ground for approximately 3 minutes, crossing the city center and Great Miami River before lifting on the northeast edge of the city.

High temperatures delay arrival of ice storm, but it’s on its way

A winter storm bringing freezing rain into much of the state arrived later than expected Sunday but a winter storm warning remained in effect until early afternoon for most of Maine.

As of 8 a.m., snow, sleet and ice were falling primarily north of a line running from Dexter to Calais, according to the National Weather Service in Caribou.

Heavy rain fell on the Bangor area in the early morning hours but let up around sunrise as the thermometer hovered around 36 degrees.

The 70 mph speed limit on Interstate 95 was lowered to 45 mph north of Old Town.

Much colder today as winds relax

What a difference a day makes! After reaching a new record high on Saturday of 67 degrees, today we will only be in the low 40s. Maximum wind gusts on Saturday reached 83 mph at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. Today winds will subside rather quickly as high pressure builds into the area.

TODAY: Winds diminish, mix of clouds and sun, much colder. High 41

Officials: 3 dead in Alabama, bringing storm death toll to 7

BENTON, La. (AP) — Authorities say at least seven people have died as severe storms sweep across parts of the U.S. South, bringing high winds and unrelenting rain.

The National Weather Service in Birmingham, Alabama, said Saturday via Twitter that three people have been confirmed killed near Carrollton in Pickens County. The Alabama Emergency Management Agency said that an “embedded tornado within a long line of intense thunderstorms” caused the deaths.


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