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Tornado rips through Star Valley | Destroys homes.

Its not clear if the community of Star Valley received a tornado waring from the National Weather Service. Mountain Daily Star searched on social media and reached out to officials and they did not say a warning was issued. However, Officials with the NWS Flagstaff are headed to the areas to survey the damage.

The main damage seems to be in the Quail Hollow neighborhood.

Roofs were ripped of homes, trees were snapped in half and windows blown out.

Tornado Star Valley Quail Hollow
Tornado Star Valley Quail Hollow

Weather experts at Mountain Daily Star have expressed serious concerns to Congress, National Weather Service Flagstaff, and Navajo County Emergency Preparedness about damaging weather impeding local areas. All efforts have resulted in no action taken by Eli Crane or any mentioned above.

Whats it gonna take for them to listen?

Early storm warning systems should be created in areas North and South of the Mogollon Rim.

This will not be the last tornado we will see. Please prepare for tornados and damaging microbursts in your area.

Tornado in Star Valley Arizona.
Tornado in Star Valley Arizona.

Molly K Ottman Executive Editor/Journalist for Mountain Daily Star


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