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Cook County Experienced Tornado Touchdown on Sunday Night

By Carol A. Gasser Moore
ADEL, Georgia – There is confirmed tornado damage on the north side of Adel. A tornado did touchdown in Cook County Sunday evening. The National Weather Service (NWS), located in Tallahassee, has confirmed that a tornado touched down on the north side of Adel and again near Sparks.
The NWS has reported that a radar-observed tornado traveled through both Adel and Sparks. The tornado path included a touchdown near U.S.-41 and it continued east to Patterson Street. In Adel’s Kent Thomas Subdivision, there are reports of structural damage to both a residence and a fence.
The tornado was a radar-observed tornado with a “tornado debris signature” on the NWS radar.
Whereas, the Lanier County area was under a tornado warning until 5:30 p.m., Berrien County, was under a warning until 6:00 p.m. on Sunday evening.
No other reports have surfaced about other tornado activity.
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