It was reported that a tornado touched down in Howard County, MD earlier this June. Reports say wind speeds possibly reached up to 95 mph as thunderstorms swept across the area producing massive winds.
According to the report, the National Weather Service confirmed the tornado as a possible EF-1, stating that the tornado touched down in Howard County at about 3:30 p.m. Based on the damage it is estimated that the path of the tornado was about 5.5 miles with a width of 150 yards.
One person was reportedly injured and some damage to roofs and other structures were also observed. It is unclear how much other damage may have been caused.