Tornado reports keep residents on edge
July 9, 2020
Information regarding the tornado that touched down in Crook County on Monday evening makes it difficult for the National Weather Service to pin down exactly where it traveled, according to Susan Sanders, Warning Coordination Meteorologist. Reports have been received from spotters in several places.
It appears that the tornado touched down in a remote area of the county and did not do a lot of damage, other than to trees, says Emergency Management Coordinator Ed Robinson.
“Any other damage that has been reported, they believe to be wind related, not tornado activity,” he says.