The National Weather Service was in the tri-state to survey tornado damage for the second time in a week. The weather services Rick Shanklin was up bright and early to visit Muhlenberg county. He tells us the tornado peaked as an EF3, sustaining winds of up to 160 miles per hour. Shanklin isnt positive if the deadly twister spawned smaller tornadoes, but at this time, the weather service thinks the 350-400 yard wide path was most likely made by one single tornado. Shanklin says the tornados seven mile path had consistent damage throughout the entire county.