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Henry County experienced its second tornado in two months with the April 5 storm, but the hail that fell might have caused as much damage as the winds, said the director of the Henry County Emergency Management Agency.
“I had the National Weather Service come out, and they said it was an EF-1 tornado,” Jody Rucker said, after accompanying storm surveyors around eastern Henry County April 6.
Meteorologists typically consider an EF-1 tornado a moderate strength, but even at this level winds can reach around 110 mph, according to the NWS website.
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