(WLTX) -- An investigative team out of the Greenville-Spartanburg National Weather Service office has confirmed a tornado touchdown Tuesday, June 16 in York County.
Terry Benthall, a meteorologist with that office, told us the tornado hit some 3 miles northwest of the town of York.
Benthall said that investigators determined it was an EF-1 on the Enhanced Fujita scale, which goes from EF-0 to EF-5. Wind gusts of up to 90 mph were possible with this twister.
It traveled about a mile and a half, with a damage width of 85 yards. This was in rural areas, along Highway 5 and Beersheba Road, so no injuries or property damage was reported from this tornado.