Microbursts, Tornadoes Damage Connecticut Homes
August 28, 2020
Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont (Governor Lamont Declares State of Emergency in Response To Significant Damage Caused by Thursday’s Severe Weather)
Associated County ZIP Code List (statewide)
Approximate locations (according to media outlets) sustaining structural damage:
– Bethany (New Haven County, 06524)
– Branford (New Haven County, 06405)
– East Haven (New Haven County, 06512, 06513)
– Guilford (New Haven County, 06437)
– Hamden (New Haven County, 06511, 06514, 06517, 06518)
– North Branford (New Haven County, 06471)
– North Haven (New Haven County, 06473)
– Waterbury (New Haven County, 06701, 06702, 06703, 06704, 06705, 06706, 06708, 06710, 06712, 06716, 06720, 06721, 06722, 06723, 06724, 06725, 06726, 06749)
NOTE: This has not yet been declared a FEMA Major Disaster.
Officials in some of the areas hit hardest by intense storms in Connecticut on Thursday said a tornado might have touched down in North Haven, Hamden and Bethany.
On Friday, National Weather Service office is is sending a team to survey storm damage. That survey will determine if any tornadoes touched down in the state. Survey teams determine whether damage may have been caused by straight line winds or a tornado.
The team will be assessing the damage in New Haven County, particularly the towns of Guilford, North Branford, Branford, East Haven, North Haven, Bethany, Hamden and Waterbury, the NWS said.
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