The National Weather Service says a tornado touched down in Todd County during Sunday night’s severe weather.
A survey team was in the northern part of the county yesterday and determined an EF0 tornado touched down two miles southwest of Clifty and went back into the clouds about a half mile northeast of Clifty.
The tornado had peak winds of 80 miles per hour and was about 150 yards wide. The survey team says several trees were downed, a camper trailer destroyed, shingles were blown off houses and a roof was blown off a business.
Thankfully, no one was injured in the tornado, which touched down just before midnight.