National Weather Service survey teams investing a possible tornado in Ada, Lowell and Lake Odessa have determined damage there was produced by straight-line winds of 70 to 80 miles per hour.
In Grand Rapids’ Belknap Neighborhood, a tornado has not been ruled out. That’s where WGVU’s Patrick Center assessed damage from 100 mile per hour winds.
“They were calling them gustnados. So, I don’t know if it was quite a tornado, but the winds were something I’d never seen before.”
“I’m Sidney Jones and I live in one of the houses that got destroyed.”