Tornado In New York
As we all know, coronavirus pandemic is prevailing across the globe. Unfortunately, natural calamities were also creating financial imbalance to the people. Recently, a Tornado was observed in Saratoga Country, which is in New York. Also, This Tornado was confirmed by National Weather Service, which occurred on Friday evening. The Tornado was expected to have a wind speed of about 85-90 mph. Thus, it has a path length at 1.8 miles.
So, officials gave clarity about the tornado on Saturday. The tornado is near the meeting of Nichols Road and Woodard Road, which is at 6 pm. Also, this spread to two miles before lifting. So, it reached to the connection of Wilton-Gansevoort Road and Blanchard Road. However, this effect will be on many lands, trees, and houses. So, it snapped and uprooted many trees and created fear for the people.
Affects Of Tornado
Badly, some trees were found on houses and changed the signs of the streets with the wind. Fortunately, everyone was safe after the tornado has come. Tornado has not affected the humankind. So, this made people could breathe safely. Tornado has not shown any dangerous effects on the people. Although people are staying at home during the ongoing issues of coronavirus pandemic.
So, this lockdown has made people of New York be safe from the Tornado. Also, on Friday people experienced severe storms, strong wind, hail, and heavy rainfall in the northeast. This affected the people of Massachusetts by destroying the homes. Thus, it made trees to collapse and created several problems in power issues.
However, the National Weather Service of New York warned people to be safe in taking all the necessary precautions. Also, they said that the changes in the atmosphere made the conditions prone to a tornado.
Lipman, who is the meteorologist of National Weather Service said: “We had very strong winds aloft, strong winds above the ground that interacted with that warm moist air”. Unfortunately, 36,000 people lost their electricity in their homes. Also, 2,362 were still not getting power in Saratoga country. In Washington, 747 people were prone to power loss.