The National Weather Service released its report about the tornadoes in Lynn County that occurred on Sunday, May 5th.

KAMC News reports that the first tornado formed around 5:45 p.m. 8 miles northwest of Tahoka, and traveled southeast. It had peak winds of 120 mph, a length of 17 miles and a width of 1.2 miles.

This tornado was designated as an EF-2, and reached wind speeds of 120 mph. For context, an EF-1 is the weakest tornado on the scale, whereas an EF-5 is the strongest.

Tahoka Tornado, Tornado Damage Path - NWS Lubbock Damage Survey

The second tornado touched down around 7:10 p.m. near O'Donnell. This tornado had peak winds of 90 mph, a length of 5 miles and a half-mile width. It was also rated an EF-1.

Tornado East of O'Donnell, Tornado Damage Path - NWS Lubbock Damage Survey

No injuries were reported as a result of either tornado.