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EF-0 tornado confirmed in Coweta County

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MORELAND, GA (CBS46) -

The National Weather Service said an EF-0 tornado touched down just east of Moreland in Coweta County near Martin Mill Road and Windom Drive on Sunday.

The storm's maximum winds reached 85 mph.

The majority of the damage occurred off Windom Drive where a 35x35 ft. outbuilding used as a workshop was destroyed.

A 20 ft. pontoon boat and 30 ft. camper trailer were thrown about 50 yards.

The adjacent home sustained minor damage to its roof. Light debris was thrown up to 150 yards.

Six medium size trees were snapped or uprooted.

No warnings were issued ahead of the tornado.

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