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NWS confirms EF-2 tornado hit Graysville

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Damage in Graysville after tornado touchdown late Monday night, April 28, 2014. (Source: FOX6 weather watcher Debbie Alexander) Damage in Graysville after tornado touchdown late Monday night, April 28, 2014. (Source: FOX6 weather watcher Debbie Alexander)
Damage in Graysville after tornado touchdown late Monday night, April 28, 2014. (Source: FOX6 weather watcher Debbie Alexander) Damage in Graysville after tornado touchdown late Monday night, April 28, 2014. (Source: FOX6 weather watcher Debbie Alexander)
GRAYSVILLE, AL (WBRC) -

National Weather Service meteorologists surveyed the damage in Jefferson County between Adamsville and Brookside on Tuesday and they say that damage is consistent with an EF-2 tornado.

According to the NWS, maximum winds in the storm were at 115 miles per hour.

They say the tornado touched down near Oak Leaf Circle, traveling to the northeast. It intensified as it went south of Graysville where multiple homes received damage.

The storm then continued on to the northeast taking out hundreds of trees, crossing I-22 near Cherry Avenue.

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