||The tornado nearly paralleled U.S. Route 60 in a commercial district just north of downtown Dexter. At the beginning of the damage path, a Wal-Mart store and a car dealership were struck. The Wal-Mart sustained significant damage to its roof and auto shop bay doors. Between the Wal-Mart and the car dealership, light standards anchored by concrete three feet into the ground were pulled out. At the car dealership, about 50 cars were damaged by wind-blown debris and hail, with windows broken. At a mobile home dealership, an unsecured mobile home trailer was turned on its side and pushed next to another trailer. A church lost its steeple and 4 to 6 feet of its roof, and brick fascia was damaged. A second church near Highway 60 sustained damage to the upper portions of the front wall. A restaurant next to the church sustained structural damage when the upper portion of a wall was blown in. Two residences received moderate damage, and a heavy equipment shed was blown down. A motel reported that eight units lost parts of their roofs. Several billboards on Highway 60 were heavily damaged. A utility pole was snapped off. Peak winds were estimated near 80 MPH. Much of the damage occurred underneath the location of a funnel cloud that was photographed by a citizen. The condensation portion (or visible portion) of the funnel cloud was not touching ground in the photo. A second weaker and shorter-lived vortex touched down within a mile to the north-northwest, causing relatively slight damage to a few structures.