NWS team: EF-0 tornado in Jasper County crossed into Barton County

Ef 0 Tornado Causes Damage Along Barton County Boulevard
EF-0 tornado causes damage along Barton County Boulevard
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JASPER COUNTY / BARTON COUNTY, Mo. – A tornado that dropped in Jasper County, Missouri was an EF-0. That’s according to the National Weather Service survey team.

Overnight storms moved through the midwest, causing damage in the 4-states.

(Related: Tornadoes cause damage in Oklahoma; storms rock central USEF-1 tornado in Newton County damages home, causes outages)

In Jasper County, an EF-0 tornado caused light damage, mostly to trees. There was at least one outbuilding damaged, reported power lines down, a tractor implement flipped over and damage to an irrigation system. There was also damage to property in Barton County.

The tornado ran south to north in northeastern Jasper County into southeastern Barton County, Missouri. The National Weather Service says its path was from about Sumac to Barton County Boulevard. It was west of Highway 37 but nearly parallel to County Road 40.

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Survey Results For Ef 0 Tornado Along The Jasper County And Barton County Line Oct 11 2021