A map released by the National Weather Service shows the paths of the two tornadoes that touched down on Cape Cod Tuesday.
Here's a look at the both damage paths. pic.twitter.com/7Y9Ut3qlEx
— NWS Boston (@NWSBoston) July 24, 2019
After the damage was assessed, the organization also shared more information on what happened Tuesday. Here are the main takeaways:
- Two EF-1 tornadoes touched down on Cape Cod.
- Both were produced by a long-lived supercell thunderstorm.
- Their winds reached 110 mph.
- The first tornado moved onshore in Barnstable and lifted in Yarmouth. The second touched down in Harwich and moved east.
- The roof of a motel was ripped off, at least 150 trees were snapped or uprooted, and shingles were blown off several houses.
- No injuries have been reported.