Severe Weather Affects UCAHS


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By Chris Lash

Union City Area High School students began yesterday without power. Students stayed in school, and power was finally restored around noon. A few hours later, faculty, and parents were made aware, that students would stay longer after hours, due to the severe storms that moved through the area yesterday afternoon.

Parents were sent the following message: A message from UNION CITY AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT.  This is the Union City Area School District, there is a tornado warning in our area. We are holding the students until the storm passes. Another message will follow when the students will be released.

A tornado warming was issued for Crawford County first, followed by a tornado watch for Erie County. The National Weather Service (NWS) has confirmed an EF-2 tornado touched down in the Conneautville area Tuesday, damaging a nursing home. The tornado was about 50 yards wide and contained winds of 115 mph. It touched down at 2:45 p.m. The NWS will determine how far it traveled on the ground Wednesday morning. The Rolling Fields Nursing Home was hit directly by the tornado, leaving several injuries.

The NWS also plans to investigate potential tornado(s) from Centerville, PA to Townville, PA along Armstrong Rd. Wednesday. So far no other damage has been reported in the Union City area.