The National Weather Service out of Binghamton has confirmed that at least one tornado touched down in Central New York through the recent storms. This one touched down in Georgetown, which is located in Madison County.

The National Weather Service office sent a survey team to check out some possible tornado damage . They confirmed that that at least one tornado touched down in Georgetown in a narrow path along Parker Hill Road.

The damage is consistent  with an EF-1 rating on the Enhanced Fujita Scale, which
corresponds to wind speeds between 86-110 mph. This is only a  preliminary look at the damage in one location. The overall  tornado track is still being determined, and the final rating of  the tornado characteristics may change."

Madison County Emergency Management confirmed a second tornado touched down in nearby Brookfield.



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