Minneapolis damage map shows tornado’s path

A map released by the city of Minneapolis today offers a striking look at the damage caused by Sunday’s tornado and severe weather. Click here for the full map.

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The tornado’s path is shown with a thick diagonal line across north Minneapolis. Here’s a quick guide to what the different map colors means.

Red is for major damage. The city says these buildings sustained serious structural damage that requires extensive repairs. Officials have placarded many of these buildings, meaning they cannot be occupied.

Yellow is for minor damage. The city says these buildings were damaged and may have some structural damage, but none of these buildings have been placarded.

Minor – these buildings were damaged and may have some structural damage. None of these addresses have been placarded.

Pink is for affected buildings. The city says these buildings sustained minimal damage.

  • John Christensen

    Wow…My grandparents house at 3011 Knox was right in the path of the tornado. I spent many summers there in the50’s and 60’s.