NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – An EF-0 tornado was confirmed in Franklin, Tennessee, from Saturday’s storms. The confirmed tornado can be scene in the above video from News 2 viewer Michael Gomez.
It had winds of 75 mph and did mostly tree damage. It had a path width of 40 yards and a path length of 1.90 miles. It touched down at 11:47 a.m. and was on the ground intermittently for three minutes.
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This is what it looked like in Franklin during the storm courtesy of News 2’s Andy Cordan.
This brings our tornado count for the year up to 14; we normally only get nine per year in Middle Tennessee.
Last year, we only saw one tornado, but in 2021 we saw 46 tornadoes reported in the area.