This map shows the paths of the 2 Cape Cod tornadoes

And the National Weather Service released more details on the storm.

Harwich 07/23/19-A telephone pole is snapped in two as it lies across Lothrop Ave. Many trees and power lines were down in Harwich, hit hard by a tornado. Photo by John Tlumacki/Globe Staff(metro)
The scene on Lothrop Avenue in Harwich on Tuesday afternoon. –John Tlumacki / The Boston Globe

A map released by the National Weather Service shows the paths of the two tornadoes that touched down on Cape Cod Tuesday.

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.
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