A man examines property damage after Worcester's EF0 tornado on Sunday night. Photo: Globe staff A man examines property damage after Worcester's EF0 tornado on Sunday night. Photo: Globe staff

 

A weak tornado touched down in Worcester Sunday night, the National Weather Service confirmed on Monday.

 

 

The tornado, which happened a little after 8 p.m. and only lasted about four minutes, was determined to be an EF0, the lowest rating on the tornado scale.

 

Winds whipped at about 85 miles per hour, the weather service reported.

 

Regardless the tornado still managed to damage some property and cars, snap trees, and bring down power lines. The path of damage was 1.7 miles long and was only one-tenth of a mile wide, the service reported.

There were no reports of injury.

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