Monday June 10, 2013
The severe thunderstorms Monday evening produced four confirmed tornados.
The first Tornado occured between 3:28 and 3:00. It was in Fork, MD which is in Baltimore County. This was an EF-0 with maximum winds at 80 MPH with a width of 100 yards. Damage was minimal with just a handful of trees being uprooted and a damaged fence.
The second tornado touched down at 3:44 PM in Baltimore City. This short lived tornado damaged a roof of a building and destroyed a small trailer. Again this was an EF-0 tornado with 80 mph winds and had a maximum width of 75 yards.
The third tornado touched down in Coltons point in St. Mary's County Maryland at 9:01 PM. This EF-0 tornado damaged several roofs and damaged outdoor recreational equipment such as trampolines and two large, wooden play sets were blown over. This tornado produced winds of only 65 mph with a maximum width of 50 yards.
The fourth tornado touched down in Woodbine, Maryland in Howard County around 7:00 PM. This, too was another EF-0 with maximum winds of 80 mph and was 100 yards wide. This tornado was on the ground for one half a mile.