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Windstorms Damage Homes and Commercial Properties in Eugene?

3/28/2023 (Permalink)

A windstorm has blown over trees in a neighborhood. We respond to wind damage emergencies 24 hours a day in Lane County.

Our South Eugene and Florence teams respond to calls from customers with wind damage emergencies every year in Lane County. The City of Eugene’s website offers the following helpful information about severe weather patterns that can cause wind damage:

Severe Storm Definition

A severe storm is an atmospheric disturbance that results in one or more of the following phenomena:

  • Strong winds and large hail
  • Thunderstorms
  • Tornadoes
  • Rain
  • Snow
  • Other mixed precipitation

Typically, severe storms impact transportation and cause utility loss. Most storms move into Oregon from the Pacific Ocean. The following are severe storm elements (using National Weather Service definitions):

High Winds

Storms with sustained winds of 40 mph or gusts of 58 mph or greater, not caused by thunderstorms, are expected to last for an hour or more.

Severe Thunderstorm

Storms that produce winds of 58 mph or greater or three-quarter inch or larger hail.


A storm with a violently rotating column of air that contacts the ground. Tornadoes usually develop from severe thunderstorms and can produce winds of 100 to 300 mph.


A storm with considerable falling and/or blowing snow combined with sustained winds or frequent gusts of 35 mph or greater which often reduces visibility to less than one-quarter mile.

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