National Weather Service Confirms Tornado Touched Down In NE Montgomery County Saturday – KPRC Click2Houston

Strong storm downs trees, power lines in Montgomery County (KPRC 2)

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Texas – The National Weather Service confirmed a brief tornado touched down in northeast Montgomery County Saturday as a line of storms moved through the region.

The twister touched down east of FM 1484, uprooting several trees along an approximately 1.75 mile-long path, the National Weather Service said.

The tornado was given an EF-1 rating.

After conducting a storm survey, we can confirm that a tornado occurred within the warned storm in NE Montgomery County earlier today. The tornado has been given a preliminary rating of EF-1, with an approximate path length of 1.75 miles and width of 100 yards. #houwx #txwx pic.twitter.com/mQ51d34bRE

— NWS Houston (@NWSHouston) December 19, 2021

These images of the storm damage in Cut and Shoot, Texas, located near Conroe, offer a glimpse of the storm damage seen in northeast Montgomery County.

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Strong storm downs trees, power lines in Montgomery County (KPRC 2)
Strong storm downs trees, power lines in Montgomery County (KPRC 2)
Strong storm downs trees, power lines in Montgomery County (KPRC 2)
Strong storm downs trees, power lines in Montgomery County (KPRC 2)
Strong storm downs trees, power lines in Montgomery County (KPRC 2)
Strong storm downs trees, power lines in Montgomery County (KPRC 2)

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