The rain has been a constant the past couple of days but with the rain... came the storm.
A tornado touchdown caused significant damage in Jackson County Sunday night... and surprised many.. .it may have been the fourth of July but this jolt was not planned.
Down trees....power outages...damaged homes..all in the path of an EF 0 tornado that traveled for two miles and stretched 75 yards wide at one point in Jackson County.
The National Weather Service says there was no warning because there were dozens of storms demonstrating the same characteristics but were not producing a tornado.
This one did.
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