JOHNSON COUNTY, Iowa — National Weather service survey teams have given a tornado that touched down in Johnson County Friday a high end EF-1 rating after finding damaged rooftops, destroyed outbuildings, and uprooted trees.
This tornado carried an estimated peak wind speed of 110 mph, and was on the ground for about 27 minutes and traveled 11.5 miles.
Surveyors say the tornado's path was Southwest of the Iowa City airport to just east of the airport.
In Frytown, Iowa, trailers were flipped and mangled, and trees were snapped.
Amazingly there are no injuries or deaths reported from this tornado.