GREENSBORO, N.C. — Friday's tornado outbreak was one of the biggest on record in North Carolina. Thirteen tornadoes touched down across the state, ranking sixth all time for most tornadoes in a single day.

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Most of the tornadoes were fairly weak. Of the 13 confirmed twisters, eight tornadoes ranked EF-1 strength, with winds of 86-110 mph. Four tornadoes ranked EF-0 strength, with winds less than 86 mph. 

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The strongest tornado was an EF-2 with 115 mph winds which hit Orange County. No one was killed, and only 1 injury was reported as of the writing of this report. 

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Tornado Graph
Most tornadoes were EF-1 or EF-0 on Friday. Only 1 was an EF-2 strength. (In Orange County)
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It was a long day of severe weather. The first tornado of the day hit around 10:30am in McDowell County; the last hit Northhampton County around 6:45pm. 

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According to the North Carolina State Climate Office, this was the busiest tornado day for the state since the record-breaking outbreak of April 16, 2011. A whopping 30 tornadoes touched down that day.

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Here in the Triad, we didn't have any confirmed tornadoes, but there was still damage. Many downed trees were reported in Winston-Salem, Greensboro, and elsewhere in the Triad. 

NC Tornado Map - April 19
Map of the April 19th tornadoes in North Carolina.
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