GLOCESTER, R.I. (WPRI) — The National Weather Service (NWS) has confirmed that damage from Wednesday’s storm was caused by four tornadoes.
The NWS said there was tornadic damage stretching from Killingly, Connecticut, to Attleboro, Massachusetts, including points in Foster, Glocester, and Lincoln, Rhode Island.
12 News Meteorologist T.J. Del Santo was also out surveying the damage in Glocester on Wednesday and Thursday.
In the above video, T.J. checks in from Bungy Road, where several trees were broken and uprooted.
Watch: Drone footage of Glocester damage (Story continues below.)
It came less than a month after Chief Meteorologist Tony Petrarca got an up-close look at damage from an EF-2 tornado in nearby Scituate.
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