Article update: The National Weather Service confirmed a tornado touched down in Howard County on Thursday afternoon (May 30th). It was the second tornado to hit Howard County within a week. This time, the tornado touched down in Glenelg around 3:22 p.m.
I have been scanning social media for images and video of the weather captured during the tornado warning in Howard County on May 30th…here is some of what I have found:
— Scott Guzewich (@SGuzewich) May 30, 2019
Old Annapolis road in Columbia/Ellicott City, heading towards Centennial
Justin Berk, Meteorologist
Submitted by Diana Kavadias
Insanity in Elkridge pic.twitter.com/Uvx21PxpSX
— Kellie Adamson (@kellieadamson_) May 30, 2019
These downed trees on 32, along with a downed power line pole over Ten Oaks and a downed tree on Linthicum are in a line east to west. I’m no meteorologist, but that’s the path of a tornado.
— Khaled Omar (@kbalajam) May 30, 2019
— Courtney Watson (@courtneywatson1) May 30, 2019
As seen at Veterans Elementary in Ellicott City, MD. I was in a shelter in place here, and this was the view out the front window. Video credit: Tim Viets @nbcwashington @wbaltv11 pic.twitter.com/zNVUTAuWgy
— Rebecca Vanover (@SingingMiniVan) May 30, 2019
I’m sure these homeowners in #HowardCounty are glad this massive tree fell away from their house. @NWS_BaltWash confirms a tornado touched down yesterday in Glenelg at 3:22p, no EF rating given yet. #GMM2 @WMAR2News pic.twitter.com/Rr7Rk2khFz
— Megan Knight (@KnightWMAR) May 31, 2019
I am sure we will see more on social media…If I see more public posts that I can share here…I will.