CHATSWORTH, Ga. -- Officials with the National Weather Service have confirmed that one tornado touched down in northwest Georgia amid Wednesday's severe storms.
The tornado was classified as an EF 1 storm and touched down west of Chatsworth, Ga. with maximum speeds of 90 mph.
Crews confirmed that the storm traveled for 3 miles destroying a barn, peeling the roof off of an industrial building and severely damaging a baseball complex at a local school. The storm also caused some minor damage to a few homes along Chestnut Street and snapped and uprooted several trees.
Officials said the tornado was 150 yards wide.