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Most of the damage was to trees. Several trees in the narrow path were damaged between Garfield and Victoria. In general, young trees with a diameter of under 1ft were uprooted, larger trees, diameter greater than 1.5ft, appeared snapped off about halfway up. The snapped off tree tops appear to have caused a significant portion of the roof damage in the area. It appeared that only two or three houses sustained roof damage directly tied to the tornado. The uprooted/snapped off trees gave us the best indication of convergence and in one instance, we actually have two trees, on opposite sides of a pathway both converging into the path. . . Due to the sheds being moved, Scott and I think this is an F1 (low range) tornado.

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