AccuWeather Podcast: Tornado Outbreak of 1985
Everything Under the Sun – Episode 61
On the evening of May 31, 1985, an F-4 tornado formed and plowed up and down the mountains of Western and Central Pennsylvania for about 70 miles, downing 90,000 trees in a path nearly two-thirds of a mile wide, causing complete destruction of the forest and any structures in-between. This week, AccuWeather Meteorologists’ Bob Larson and Dave Dombek look back at the Great Pennsylvania Tornado of 1985 sharing their stories from forecasting the event. Plus, host Regina Miller is joined by a resident of one of the towns directly hit by the tornado.
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