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Weather Service Confirms 3 Tornadoes in Md.

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BALTIMORE (AP) - The National Weather Service says it has confirmed that three tornadoes touched down in Maryland.

In a statement posted on its website Tuesday afternoon, the weather service says the tornadoes touched down Monday in Fork, Baltimore and Coltons Point. All three were rated EF-0.

The tornado in Fork, which is in Baltimore County, touched down about 3:20 p.m. with estimated maximum winds of 80 mph.

In Baltimore, the tornado was reported about 3:44 p.m. at Locust Point. The Weather Service says a waterspout over the Patapsco River came onshore. Wind was estimated at 80 mph.

In Coltons Point in St. Mary's County, a tornado touched down about 9 p.m. with maximum winds of 65 mph.

No injuries were reported in any of the tornadoes.

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