NWS confirms tornadoes in Liberty, Long & Bryan counties on Monday

NWS confirms tornadoes in Liberty, Long & Bryan counties on Monday
(Source: WTOC)

LIBERTY COUNTY, Ga. (WTOC) - The National Weather Service has confirmed tornadoes did touch down in Long, Liberty and Bryan counties on Monday.

NWS provided a rating of EF-1 to Liberty and Bryan, while rating the Long County tornado an EF-0.

The EF-1 tornado in Liberty and Bryan counties started at about 8:11 a.m. near Seabrook in Liberty County. It took a path of 8.9 miles before ending in Bryan County.

The NWS says the tornado had max sustained winds of 100 mph. No injuries were reported.

According to NWS, the tornado started near Dorchester Village Road. It traveled across the Medway River into southern Bryan County and dissipated just east of Belle Island Road.

A church and a few homes sustained roof damage, according to NWS.

The tornado in Long County started at about 7:47 a.m. near Ludowici and reached estimated max winds of 80 mph. No injuries were reported.

The NWS says this tornado uprooted a few trees and caused damage to two barn buildings and a mobile home near Stafford Diary Road.

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