Start Time: 9:13 am EDT End Time: Unknown Rating: EF1 Estimated Peak Winds: 107 mph Path length: 2.85 miles Width: 50
Start Time: 9:13 am EDT
End Time: Unknown
Estimated Peak Winds: 107 mph
Path length: 2.85 miles
Width: 50 yards
State: North Carolina
Start Lat/Lon: 34.4215 / -77.9833
End Lat/Lon: 34.4577 / -77.9453
This summary has been updated based on analysis of Pender County Emergency Management drone footage. It replaces the previous report of a single Pender County tornado, which was issued at 5:26 PM EDT on 4/13/20. Additional analysis indicates that four distinct tornadoes impacted Pender County on the morning of April 13, 2020.
A tornado touched down along Clarks Landing Road near Misty Meadows Lane. It snapped a power pole and several trees, on both sides of the road, and caused minor roof damage to a few homes on the east side of Clarks Landing Road. The tornado moved northeast and crossed Highway 210 where it snapped numerous medium to large hardwood and softwood trees on the north side of the highway behind the Rocky Point General Store. It continued northeast, causing minor tree damage up to Little Kelly Road. It crossed Little Kelly Road approximately one-half mile south of the other tornado. Numerous large trees were snapped on both sides of the road, and there was minor structural damage to the roof of a home. The tornado moved northeast and dissipated in forest land as it approached Kellyville Road.