Tornado confirmed near Hurlock as an EF-0 on Wednesday

Hurlock Tornado

HURLOCK, Md. – The National Weather Service surveyed the confirmed tornado that touched down near Hurlock on Wednesday as an EF-0.


The tornado touched down about 1.6 miles southwest of Hurlock at 4:45 mph near East New Market-Hurlock Road. It eventually moved north-northeast with damage observed of a 40 foot hole on a roof of a metal building structure. Several irrigation systems were overturned, along with minor tree damage and damages to soybean and corn fields. The tornado lifted up 2.7 miles north of Hurlock near Bobtown Road at 4:58 PM. Peak winds of the tornado are estimated at 75 mph; with a path of 4 miles and a width of 50 yards.

Tornado Radar

No injuries or fatalities were reported. You can also find our original story by clicking here and a video of the tornado here.

Tornado Velocity


Irrigation Damage

Metal Roof Damage


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