Likely Tornado in Western New Brunswick, Canada on Tuesday

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8 Aug 2018 3:27 AM
According to the National Weather Service Caribou office, there was likely a tornado yesterday in Western New Brunswick, with debris showing up in dual-pol radar correlation coefficient. This was in the remote logging country, about 40 miles northeast of Houlton, Maine. Tornadoes are rare this far north. For instance, Maine has 2 tornadoes per year on average (SPC). Over the last 24 hours, there were a number of severe storm reports across the northeastern United States. For WeatherNation, I am Meteorologist Marcus Walter.
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