April 15-16 Tornado Outbreak - Surveys (Updated 4/20)
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Date/TimeEventMagnitudeLocationCountyStateSourceFatalitiesInjuries Data by NWS. Story @ WeatherMatrix.AccuWeather.com Last Update: 4/20/2011 3 PM Eastern
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04/16/2011 23:00 ZTORNADOF3ASKEWVILLE BERTIENCNWS STORM SURVEY1150NWS STORM SURVEY DETERMINED DAMAGE CONSISTENT WITH AN EF-3 TORNADO. PATH WIDTH 1/2 TO 3/4 MILES WIDE...18.8 MILES IN LENGTH. NUMEROUS HOMES WERE DESTROYED...WITH EXTENSIVE DAMAGE TO TREES AND WOODED AREAS WITHIN THE DAMAGE PATH.
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04/15/2011 21:58 ZTORNADOF35 SW MYRTLEWOOD MARENGOALNWS STORM SURVEY14AN EF-3 TORNADO WAS SURVEYED WHERE SEVERAL DOZEN SINGLE FAMILY AND MOBILE HOMES WERE HEAVILY DAMAGED OR DESTROYED. ONE MAN WAS KILLED IN HIS DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE HOME AS IT WAS TOSSED SEVERAL HUNDRED FEET ACROSS STATE HIGHWAY 69. TWO INJURIES OCCURED IN HILLTOP AS A TWO STORY HOME HAD THE ENTIRE ROOF AND SEVERAL WALLS DESTROYED. ADDITIONAL INJURIES OCCURED IN MOBILE HOMES AS THEY ROLLED AND WERE TOSSED ALONG THE PATH. THE TORNADO DAMAGE PATH/WIDTH/SPEED WAS 11.8 MILES/800 YARDS/150 MPH.
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04/15/2011 20:16 ZTORNADOF33 SE RALPH GREENEALNWS STORM SURVEY AN EF-3 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR RALPH IN NORTHEAST GREENE COUNTY AND MOVED NORTHEAST TO NEAR 1.5 MILES EAST OF UNIVERSITY MALL IN TUSCALOOSA. HUNDREDS OF TREES WERE SNAPPED OR UPROOTED AND A POWER TRANSMISSION TOWER WAS CRUSHED. MANY HOMES AND BUSINESSES WERE DAMAGED. WINDS WERE ESTIMATED AT 140 MPH. THE PATH LENGTH WAS 19 MI AND PATH WIDTH AT ITS WIDEST WAS 500 YDS.
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04/15/2011 18:50 ZTORNADOF3GEIGER SUMTERALEMERGENCY MNGR TREE FALLING ON HOME CAUSED ROOF AND CEILING TO COLLAPSE...PINNING HOME OWNER.
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04/15/2011 18:45 ZTORNADOF3GEIGER SUMTERALNWS STORM SURVEY AN EF-3 TORNADO CONTINUED FROM KEMPER COUNTY MS MOVING JUST SOUTH OF GEIGER TRAVELING EAST NORTHEAST TO NEAR THE TOMBIGBEE RIVER. ONE HOUSE WAS DESTROYED OTHERS WERE DAMAGED. AT ITS WIDEST...THE PATH WAS A MILE WIDE EAST OF GEIGER WHERE THOUSANDS OF TREES WERE SNAPPED OR UPROOTED. THE PATH LENGTH WAS 8.6 MILES. MAXIMUM WIND SPEEDS WERE ESTIMATED AT 150 MPH.
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04/15/2011 17:53 ZTORNADOF33 ESE TUCKER NESHOBAMSNWS STORM SURVEY 5TORNADO MAX WINDS ESTIMATED AT 140 MPH. PATH LENGTH 38.5 MILES WITH A MAX WIDTH OF .75 MILES. TORNADO STARTED JUST WEST OF CR 450 AND DOWNED NUMEROUS TREES. THE TORNADO INTENSIFIED AS IT CROSSED STATE HIGHWAY 491 DESTROYING TWO CHICKEN HOUSES DOWN TO THE GROUND AND CAUSING EXTENSIVE TREE DAMAGE. THE TORNADO REACHED EF3 DAMAGE AT LITTLE ROCK ROAD AND STATE HIGHWAY 495 WHERE IT CAUSED EXTENSIVE DAMAGE TO TWO FRAME HOUSES AND COMPLETELY DESTROYED TWO MOBILE HOMES CARRYING REMAINS SOME DISTANCE.
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04/15/2011 15:51 ZTORNADOF34 SW CLINTON HINDSMSNWS STORM SURVEY 10EF3 DAMAGE SURVEYED WITH MAXIMUM WINDS OF 140 MPH ESTIMATED...PATH LENGTH 17 MILES AND A MAX WIDTH OF .3 MILES. TORNADO BEGAN ALONG AIRPORT ROAD SE OF CLINTON AND MOVED NE ACROSS I-20...HIGHWAY 80...I-220 AND I-55. EXTENSIVE TORNADO DAMAGE...NUMEROUS BUSINESSES AND HOMES WITH SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE...CARS FLIPPED...TREES AND POWERLINES DOWN. EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND MEDIA REPORTS INDICATE AT LEAST 10 INJURIES WITH ONE CRITICAL.
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04/15/2011 00:23 ZTORNADOF3TUSHKA ATOKAOKNWS STORM SURVEY2 NUMEROUS STORM CHASER AND MEDIA REPORTS THAT A LARGE TORNADO BEGAN 5 MILES WEST SOUTHWEST OF TUSHKA AND CONTINUED NORTHEAST THROUGH THE SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST PORTIONS OF ATOKA. SIGNFICANT DAMAGE OCCURRED IN AND AROUND THE TOWN OF TUSHKA. THE TIME IS APPROXIMATE.
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04/16/2011 23:05 ZTORNADOF23 E GLOUCESTER COURTHOU GLOUCESTERVANWS STORM SURVEY NWS STORM SURVEY DETERMINED DAMAGE CONSISTENT WITH AN EF-2 TORNADO. THE TORNADO DAMAGE WAS ALONG A NEARLY CONTINUOUS DAMAGE PATH FROM NEAR COKE TO WARE NECK IN GLOUCESTER COUNTY. A MORE DETAILED PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT...INCLUDING ESTIMATION OF WIND STRENGTH AND MORE SPECIFIC AND COMPLETE DAMAGE PATH...WILL BE COMPLETED ON MONDAY 4/17.
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04/16/2011 04:17 ZTORNADOF23 NE TEN CEDAR ESTATES ELMOREALNWS STORM SURVEY AN EF-2 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN 6.4 MILES WEST OF CENTRAL ALONG COUNTY ROAD 334 IN NORTHERN ELMORE COUNTY.THE TORNADO TRAVELED NORTHEAST CROSSING STATE HIGHWAY 9 IN SOUTHERN COOSA COUNTY CAUSING STRUCTURE DAMAGE TO AT LEAST ONE HOME IN EQUALITY...WHERE THE ROOF AND REAR WALL WERE DESTROYED. THE TORNADO CONTINUED NORTHEAST INTO TALLAPOOSA COUNTY WHERE TREES WERE SNAPPED IN WIND CREEK STATE PARK. THE PATH LENGTH WAS 22.4 MILES WITH A WIDTH OF 800 YARDS. THE MAX ESTIMATED WINDS WERE 130 MPH.
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04/15/2011 23:39 ZTORNADOF22 NNW SURGINER MARENGOALNWS STORM SURVEY AN EF-2 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN FOR THE SECOND TIME NEAR NANAFALIA. TWO DOZEN HOMES WERE SIGNIFICANTLY DAMAGED DUE TO FALLEN TREES AND LARGE SECTIONS OF ROOFING MATERIAL WERE REMOVED BY THE TORNADIC WINDS. THE MOST CONCENTRATED DAMAGE OCCURED IN NANFALIA...ALONG HIGHWAY 7 NORTH OF SWEET WATER...AND IN THE OCTAGON/CALVARY AREAS. THE TORNADO DAMAGE PATH WAS 20.9 MILES LONG AND WAS 800 YARDS WIDE AT ITS WIDEST POINT. THE MAX WIND WAS 135 MPH.
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04/15/2011 23:27 ZTORNADOF25 SSE MARION PERRYALNWS STORM SURVEY AN EF-2 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN 2.7 MILES NORTH OF HAMBURG JUST WEST OF COUNTY ROAD 45. THERE WAS SOME DAMAGE TO THE ROOF OF A BARN AND SEVERAL DOZEN HARD AND SOFTWOOD TREES UPROOTED AND SNAPPED. THE TORNADO CROSSED COUNTY ROAD 45 WHERE A SIGNIFICANT NUMBER OF HARDWOOD TREES WERE ALSO UPRROTED AND SNAPPED. THE LENGTH OF THE DAMAGE PATH WAS 1 MILE WITH A MAX WIDTH OF 500 YARDS. THE MAX ESTIMATED WIND SPEED WAS ESTIMATED AT 115 MPH.
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04/15/2011 22:36 ZTORNADOF24 ESE LINDEN MARENGOALNWS STORM SURVEY AN EF-2 TORNADO TOUCHDOWN NEAR DAYTON. THE MOST CONCENTRATED DAMAGE OCCURED TO SEVERAL HOMES THAT HAD SIGNIFICANT ROOF DAMAGE. THERE WERE SEVERAL HUNDRED HARD AND SOFTWOOD TREES SNAPPED AND UPROOTED. THE TORNADO DAMAGE PATH WAS 10.9 MILES LONG AND WAS 600 YARDS WIDE AT ITS WIDEST POINT. THE MAX ESTIMATED WIND SPEED WAS 125 MPH.
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04/15/2011 22:22 ZTORNADOF24 W LINDEN MARENGOALNWS STORM SURVEY AN EF-2 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR PINHOOK.THE MAJORITY OF DAMAGE SUSTAINED WAS TO HARD AND SOFTWOOD TREES BEING SNAPPED AND UPROOTED. ONE BRICK HOME HAD THE ENTIRE ROOF AND SEVERAL EXTERIOR WALLS DESTROYED. SEVERAL OTHER HOMES SUSTAINED SIGNIFICANT ROOF DAMAGE...AS WELL. THE TORNADO DAMAGE PATH WAS 5.4 MILES LONG AND WAS 575 YARDS WIDE AT ITS WIDEST POINT. THE MAX ESTIMATED WIND SPEEDS WERE 130 MPH.
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04/15/2011 21:44 ZTORNADOF21 ESE FORKLAND GREENEALNWS STORM SURVEY AN EF-2 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ABOUT 2.2 MILES EAST OF FORKLAND ALONG COUNTY ROAD 20. THE TORNADO MAINLY TRAVELED IN FOREST LAND SNAPPING AND UPROOTING THOUSANDS OF TREES. JUST NORTH OF GREENSBORO THE TORNADO SEVERELY DAMAGED THREE MOBILE HOMES ALONG COUNTY ROAD 21. THE TORNADO LIFTED NORTH OF STATE HIGHWAY 25...2.4 MILES WEST OF THE BIBB COUNTY LINE. THE TRACK WAS 24 MILES WITH A WIDTH OF 880 YARDS. THE MAX ESTIMATED WIND SPEED WAS 130 MPH.
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04/15/2011 20:58 ZTORNADOF23 E CUBA SUMTERALFIRE DEPT/RESCUE AN EF-2 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR US HIGHWAY 80 AROUND MILE MARKER 3 MOVING NORTHEAST TO NEAR 7 MILES SOUTH OF LIVINGSTON. SEVERAL HUNDRED HARD AND SOFTWOOD TREES WERE EITHER SNAPPED...UPROOTED...OR SHEARED. TWO HOMES WERE SEVERELY DAMAGED AND TWO OUTBUILDINGS WERE DESTROYED. WINDS WERE ESTIMATED AT 115 MPH...THE MAX WIDTH WAS 200 YDS...AND THE PATH LENGTH WAS 8.9 MILES.
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04/15/2011 20:31 ZTORNADOF22 NNW GREENSBORO HALEALNWS STORM SURVEY AN EF-2 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR STATE HIGHWAY 14 AND LIFTED NEAR STATE HIGHWAY 69. THERE WERE NO KNOWN INJURIES...BUT ONE PERSON WAS TRAPPED IN AN OVERTURNED MOBILE HOME FOR SEVERAL HOURS. THERE WAS SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE TO WINDOWS AND THE ROOF OF A CHURCH AND MODERATE ROOF DAMAGE OCCURED TO SEVERAL HOMES AND BUSINESSES. SEVERAL HUNDRED TREES WERE SNAPPED AND UPROOTED. THE DAMAGE PATH WAS 2.2 MILES AND THE MAX WIDTH WAS 700 YARDS. THE MAX WIND SPEEDS WERE 115 MPH.
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04/15/2011 20:03 ZTORNADOF26 WSW GAINESVILLE SUMTERALNWS STORM SURVEY AN EF-2 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN SOUTH OF STATE ROUTE 116...SIX MILES WEST SOUTHWEST OF GAINESVILLE...AND MOVED EAST TO NEAR STATE ROUTE 39...ONE MILE SOUTH OF GAINSVILLE. DOZENS OF TREES WERE SNAPPED OR UPROOTED AND SEVERAL HOUSES SUSTAINED DAMAGE. WINDS WERE ESTIMATED AT 115 MPH. PATH LENGTH WAS 4.5 MILES WITH A PATH WIDTH OF 200 YDS.
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04/15/2011 19:22 ZTORNADOF21 SW POSSUMNECK ATTALAMSNWS STORM SURVEY 2AN EF-2 TORNADO STARTED FROM 1 MILE SOUTHWEST OF TOWN TO 2 MILES EAST OF TOWN. A MOBILE HOME WAS DESTROYED AND PARTS OF THE HOME WAS SPREAD OUT FOR 150 YARDS. THE TRACK WAS 3 MILES LONG. NUMEROUS TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN. TWO INJURIES WERE REPORTED. PATH WIDTH WAS 200 YDS. MAX WINDS 120 MPH.
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04/15/2011 18:48 ZTORNADOF2GEIGER SUMTERALNWS STORM SURVEY AN EF-2 TORNADO STARTED ONE MILE WEST SOUTHWEST OF GEIGER AND MOVES EAST NORTHEAST TO NEAR THE TOMBIGBEE RIVER. ONE HOUSE WAS DESTROYED. AT ITS WIDEST...THE PATH WAS A MILE WIDE EAST OF GEIGER WHERE THOUSANDS OF TREES WERE SNAPPED OR UPROOTED. THE PATH LENGTH WAS 8.6 MILES. MAXIMUM WIND SPEEDS WERE ESTIMATED AT 135MPH.
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04/15/2011 07:17 ZTORNADOF23 SSW PETTUS LONOKEARNWS STORM SURVEY A TORNADO DAMAGED OR DESTROYED 50 LARGE STEEL POWER TRANSMITTER TOWERS...WITH POWER LINES...POWER POLES AND TREES DOWNED AS WELL. THE TORNADO WAS RATED EF2...AND HAD A PATH WIDTH OF 200 YARDS. THE TORNADO TRACKED 7 MILES BEFORE DISSIPATING 6.3 MILES SOUTH-SOUTHEAST OF LONOKE.
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04/17/2011 01:35 ZTORNADOF1WNW POWELLS POINT CURRITUCKNCEMERGENCY MNGR TREES DOWN. 5 HOUSES DAMAGED. BOATS BLOWN ACROSS ROAD...IN VICINITY OF 8500 BLOCK OF CARATOKE HWY.
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04/17/2011 01:30 ZTORNADOF1HARBINGER CURRITUCKNCNWS STORM SURVEY NWS STORM SURVEY DETERMINED DAMAGE CONSISTENT WITH AN EFI TORNADO. PATH LENGTH OF 2.2 MILES. THE TORNADO APPARENTLY MOVED INLAND OFF THE ALBEMARLE SOUND AND CONTINUED EAST-NORTHEAST ACROSS RT. 158...AND THEN TOWARD CURRITUCK SOUND. NUMEROUS TREES DOWN OR SNAPPED OFF. DAMAGE TO SEVERAL COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS AND A FEW HOMES. VEHICLES WERE OVERTURNED...AND SEVERAL BOATS WERE LIFTED ACROSS RT. 158.
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04/16/2011 20:37 ZTORNADOF14 WNW DINWIDDIE DINWIDDIEVANWS STORM SURVEY 4RATED AS A HIGH-END EF1 TORNADO WITH APPROXIMATE PATH LENGTH OF 8 MILES...PATH WIDTH VARIABLE...ABOUT 300-400 YARDS AT ITS GREATEST EXTENT. TORNADO PATH STARTED ON DOYLE ROAD...WEST OF GLEBE ROAD...THEN TRACKED ENE TO THE FIVE FORKS AREA OF DINWIDDIE COUNTY. HUNDREDS OF TREES WERE EITHER DOWNED OR SNAPPED OFF...WITH NUMEROUS POWER LINES DOWN AND SEVERAL HOMES WITH MINOR TO MODERATE DAMAGE. MOST SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE WAS ON PATILLO ROAD AT WOODED LANE, AND ON WILKINSON ROAD NEAR SHANNON DRIVE.
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04/16/2011 19:45 ZTORNADOF11 E VICTORIA LUNENBURGVATRAINED SPOTTER WIND DAMAGE TO TREES.
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04/16/2011 19:35 ZTORNADOF1REHOBOTH LUNENBURGVATRAINED SPOTTER WIND DAMAGE. GOLF BALL SIZE HAIL.
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04/16/2011 19:30 ZTORNADOF1KELLS CORNER LUNENBURGVANWS STORM SURVEY NWS STORM SURVEY DETERMINED THE DAMAMGE WAS CONSISTENT WITH A LONG TRACK EF1 TORNADO. THE TORNADO INITIALLY TOUCHED DOWN WITHIN THE LUNENBURG COUNTY LIMITS NEAR KELLS CORNER AND TRACKED IN THE N-NE DIRECTION ON THE GROUND OVER THE COUNTY TO AROUND 3-4 MILES NORTH OF VICTORIA JUST SOUTH OF THE NOTTOWAY LINE. MAINLY TREE DAMAGE OCCURRED WITH RELATIVELY MINOR DAMAMGE TO A FEW HOMES AND OUTBUILDINGS.
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04/16/2011 10:02 ZTORNADOF15 NW MACON BIBBGANWS STORM SURVEY A NWS STORM SURVEY TEAM DETERMINED THAT A EF1 TORNADO WITH WINDS AROUND 110 MILES AN HOUR TOUCHED DOWN 5 MILES NW OF MACON. THE TORNADO LIFTED 2.6 MILES LATER AROUND 5 MILES NNW OF MACON. THE PATH WIDTH WAS AROUND 500 YARDS WIDE. 20 TO 25 HOUSES SUSTAINED DAMAGE AND TWO BUSINESSES ALSO HAD ROOF DAMAGE. AROUND 200 TREES WERE DOWNED BY THE TORNADO.
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04/16/2011 08:50 ZTORNADOF17 ENE FORT BENNING CHATTAHOOCHEEGANWS STORM SURVEY A NWS DAMAGE SURVEY TEAM DETERMINED THAT A EF1 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN IN FORT BENNING. WINDS WERE ESTIMATED TO BE AROUND 100 MPH. THE TORNADO TORE DOWN PORTIONS OF A DORMITORY WALL AND REMOVED ONE FOURTH OF THE ROOF. THE TORNADO MOVED CARS AND CAUSED TREE DAMAGE. THE WIDTH OF THE TRACK WAS 50 YARDS AND HAD A LENGTH OF A QUARTER OF A MILE.
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04/16/2011 08:50 ZTORNADOF17 ENE FORT BENNING CHATTAHOOCHEEGANWS STORM SURVEY A NWS DAMAGE SURVEY TEAM DETERMINED THAT A EF1 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN IN FORT BENNING. WINDS WERE ESTIMATED TO BE AROUND 100 MPH. THE TORNADO TORE DOWN PORTIONS OF A DORMITORY WALL AND REMOVED ONE FOURTH OF THE ROOF. THE TORNADO MOVED CARS AND CAUSED TREE DAMAGE. THE WIDTH OF THE TRACK WAS 50 YARDS AND HAD A LENGTH OF A QUARTER OF A MILE.
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04/16/2011 08:47 ZTORNADOF13 SE SAND HILL CHATTAHOOCHEEGANWS STORM SURVEY A NWS DAMAGE SURVEY TEAM DETERMINED THAT A EF1 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ON THE EAST PORTION OF FORT BENNING. WINDS WERE ESTIMATED TO BE AROUND 100 MPH. THE TORNADO TORE DOWN PORTIONS OF A DORMITORY WALL AND REMOVED ONE FOURTH OF THE ROOF. THE TORNADO MOVED CARS AND CAUSED TREE DAMAGE. THE WIDTH OF THE TRACK WAS 50 YARDS AND HAD A LENGTH OF A QUARTER OF A MILE.
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04/16/2011 04:42 ZTORNADOF15 SE ALEXANDER CITY TALLAPOOSAALNWS STORM SURVEY AN EF-1 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN IN A WOODED AREA ON THE EAST SIDE OF LAKE MARTIN...OR 4 MILES SOUTHWEST OF JACKSONS GAP. MOST OF THE DAMAGE CONSISTED OF UPROOTED AND SNAPPED HARD AND SOFTWOOD TREES. AS THE TORNADO CONTINUED NORTHEAST AND CROSSED HIGHWAY 280...3 HOMES WERE DAMAGED DUE TO FALLING TREES AND A TRAMPOLINE WAS TOSSED 30 FEET. THE TORNADO LIFTED NORTH OF HIGHWAY 280...3.1 MILES NORTH OF JACKSONS GAP. THE PATH LENGTH WAS 6.4 MILES WITH A WIDTH OF 200 YARDS. THE MAX WINDS WERE 100 MPH.
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04/16/2011 02:34 ZTORNADOF1WSW MULBERRY AUTAUGAALNWS STORM SURVEY AN EF-1 TORNADO WAS SURVEYED NEAR MULBERRY. THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR HIGHWAY 14 AND LIFTED NORTHEAST OF CR 9. SEVERAL DOZEN HARDWOOD TREES WERE UPROOTED. THE TORNADO PATH LENGTH/WIDTH WAS 2.0 MILES AND 300 YDS WIDE. THE MAX WIND SPEEDS WERE ESTIMATED AT 90 MPH.
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04/16/2011 01:13 ZTORNADOF15 WSW SELMA DALLASALNWS STORM SURVEY AN EF-1 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN WEST OF SELMA AND JUST SOUTH OF HIGHWAY 22 TRAVELING NORTHEAST TO WILDWOOD DR. THE BRIEF DAMAGE INCLUDED SOFT AND HARDWOOD TREES SNAPPED AND DAMAGE TO ONE HOME NEAR WILDWOOD DR DUE TO THE TREES. THE DAMAGE PATH LENGTH WAS 0.8 MILES WITH A MAX WIDTH OF 100 YARDS. THE MAX WIND SPEED WAS 90 MPH.
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04/16/2011 00:48 ZTORNADOF14 WNW CAHABA RIVER AT M DALLASALNWS STORM SURVEY AN EF-1 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NORTH OF MARION JUNCTION ALONG COUNTY ROAD 58 TRAVELING NORTHEAST TO COUNTY ROAD 944. HEAVY DAMAGE WAS SUSTAINED TO THE ROOF AND WALLS OF A METAL WAREHOUSE. THE PATH LENGTH WAS 0.2 MILES AND MAX WIDTH WAS 100 YARDS. THE WINDS WERE ESTIMATED AT 90 MPH.
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04/16/2011 00:05 ZTORNADOF16 NNW VALLEY GRANDE DALLASALNWS STORM SURVEY AN EF-1 TORNADO BRIEFLY TOUCHED DOWN ALONG COUNTY ROAD 272 UPROOTING SEVERAL SOFT AND HARDWOOD TREES. SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE WAS SUSTAINED TO A MOBILE HOME FROM UPROOTED TREES. THE DAMAGE PATH LENGTH WAS 0.1 MILES AND THE MAX WIDTH WAS 75 YARDS WIDE. THE MAX ESTIMATED WINDS WERE 90 MPH.
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04/15/2011 22:45 ZTORNADOF12 NW WILSONVILLE SHELBYALNWS STORM SURVEY AN EF-1 TORNADO TOOUCHED DOWN NEAR ON LARGIN ROAD...LIFTING JUST NORTH OF HWY 25 NEAR LAY LAKE INLET. SEVERAL TREES WERE SNAPPED AND UPROOTED AND THERE WAS ROOF DAMAGE TO A HOME ALONG WITH A HORSE TRAILER. THE PATH LENGTH/WIDTH...4.25 MILES/100 YDS AND THE MAX ESTIMATED WIND SPEED WAS ESTIMATED AT 90 MPH.
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04/15/2011 22:40 ZTORNADOF13 NW LINDEN MARENGOALNWS STORM SURVEY AN EF-1 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN FOR A SECOND TIME NEAR PINHOOK. THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR STATE HIGHWAY 28...RIGHT AT THE CHICKASAW BOGUE...OR 2 MILES NORTHWEST OF LINDEN. THE TORNADO DID SIGNIFICANT TREE DAMAGE...BY EITHER UPROOTING OR SNAPPING LARGE HARDWOODS. THE ENTIRE DAMAGE PATH REMAINED IN SWAMP LAND. THE TORNADO DAMAGE PATH WAS 1.5 MILES LONG AND WAS 150 YARDS WIDE AT ITS WIDEST POINT. THE MAX ESTIMATED WIND SPEED WAS 105 MPH.
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04/15/2011 21:59 ZTORNADOF12 NE BAY SPRINGS JASPERMSNWS STORM SURVEY THIS TORNADO MOVED JUST NW OF ANOTHER TORNADO TRACK ALMOST TWO HRS LATER...MOVING FROM CR 1519 TO CR 1537. A ROOF WAS BLOWN OFF A BARN AND NUMEROUS TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN. ONE TREE WAS ON HOME AND WELL-HOUSE. THIS LOCATION WAS IMPACTED BY BOTH TORNADOES. PATH LENGTH WAS 2 MILES...WIDTH 0.5 MILE...MAX WINDS 90 MPH.
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04/15/2011 21:08 ZTORNADOF111 ENE QUITMAN CLARKEMSNWS STORM SURVEY THIS TORNADO FIRST TOUCHED DOWN ALONG HIGHWAY 18 AND TRACKED EAST-NORTHEAST TO AT LEAST COUNTY ROAD 421. IT IS POSSIBLE THAT THIS TORNADO TRACKED INTO ALABAMA SINCE IT WAS STILL SNAPPING TREES ABOUT A HALF MILE FROM THE STATE BORDER. HUNDREDS OF TREES WERE SNAPPED AND UPROOTED...A HOUSE ROOF WAS DAMAGED...TWO OUTBUILDINGS WERE HEAVILY DAMAGED AND A DEER STAND WAS DESTROYED. THIS EF1 TORNADO HAD MAX WINDS OF 110 MPH...HAD A PATH LENGTH OF 4.5 MILES IN MS AND HAD A MAX WIDTH OF 0.3 MILES.
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04/15/2011 20:59 ZTORNADOF11 E MERTZ BIBBALNWS STORM SURVEY AN EF-1 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ALONG STATE HIGHWAY 25...3 MILES WEST OF COUNTY ROAD 16...WHERE THOUSANDS OF TREES WERE SNAPPED AND UPROOTED ALONG THE PATH. THERE WAS SOME STRUCTURE DAMAGE AS THE TORNADO CROSSED HIGHWAY 5 SOUTH OF WEST BLOCTON. THERE WAS MODERATE ROOF DAMAGE TO SEVERAL HOMES AND TREES ON A MOBILE HOME. THE TORNADO CONTINUED NORTHEAST LIFTING ALONG COUNTY ROAD 24...3 MILES EAST OF WEST BLOCTON. THE TRACK LENGTH WAS 21.8 MILES WITH A WIDTH OF 880 YARDS. THE MAX WIND SPEED WAS 105 MPH
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04/15/2011 20:04 ZTORNADOF13 NE BAY SPRINGS JASPERMSNWS STORM SURVEY THIS TORNADO MOVED ALONG CR 1519 DOWING TREES ALONG THE PATH. A SECOND TORNADO MOVED JUST NORTH OF THIS LOCATION TWO HRS LATER CAUSING OVERLAPPING DMG. ONE HOME HAD A TREE DOWNED WITH THIS TORNADO AND ANOTHER WITH THE SECOND STORM. PATH LENGTH 1.5 MILES...WIDTH 0.25 MILE...MAX WINDS 90 MPH.
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04/15/2011 19:23 ZTORNADOF16 NNE PINEVILLE SMITHMSNWS STORM SURVEY TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ALONG SUN ROAD JUST SOUTH OF SCOTT/SMITH COUNTY LINE WHERE IT DOWNED LIMBS AND SNAPPED A TREE. TORNADO TRACKED INTO EXTREME SOUTHEAST SCOTT COUNTY WHERE IT UPROOTED AND SNAPPED NUMEROUS TREES ACROSS COX CAMP ROAD. TORNADO DOWNED TREES ALONG LOGAN AND GORY RDS IN NEWTON COUNTY. MAX ESTIMATED WINDS 100 MPH. PATH LENGTH 6.7 MILES. MAX PATH WIDTH 150 YARDS.
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04/15/2011 18:54 ZTORNADOF15 SSE LEXINGTON HOLMESMSNWS STORM SURVEY TORNADO DOWNED TREES AND SNAPPED LARGE LIMBS ALONG YATES AND SPRINGHILL RDS. INTENSIFIED OVER HIGHWAY 17 SNAPPING NUMEROUS PINES. AT INTERSECTION OF CASTIAN SPRINGS AND OWENS CUTOFF RDS NUMEROUS HARDWOOD AND SOFTWOOD TREES WERE SNAPPED AND UPROOTED INTO THE ROAD. EF-1 TORNADO WITH MAX ESTIMATED WINDS 105 MPH. PATH LENGTH 5.6 MILES. MAX WIDTH 150 YARDS.
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04/15/2011 18:47 ZTORNADOF12 SE PUCKETT RANKINMSNWS STORM SURVEY TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN JUST SOUTH OF HIGHWAY 18 NEAR RANKIN/SMITH COUNTY LINE WHERE SEVERAL TREES WERE SNAPPED. NORTH OF HIGHWAY 18 A LARGE BARN HAD PART OF ROOF TAKEN OFF AND SEVERAL HARDWOOD TREES UPROOTED AND SNAPPED JUST WEST OF WHITE OAK COMMUNITY. MAX ESTIMATED WINDS 90 MPH. PATH LENGTH 3.7 MILES. MAX PATH WIDTH 100 YARDS.
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04/15/2011 17:15 ZTORNADOF1E NANAFALIA MARENGOALNWS STORM SURVEY AN EF-1 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR NANAFALIA. THIS SMALL DAMAGE PATH CONSISTED OF MAINLY TREE DAMAGE...HOWEVER...THE DAMAGE PATH WAS COMPLETELY OBSCURED BY THE NANAFALIA 2 TORNADO THAT OCCURED AROUND 639 PM. THERE WERE SEVERAL EYEWITNESS ACCOUNTS OF THE TREE AND MINOR ROOF DAMAGE...WHERE SEVERAL HARDWOOD TREES WERE UPROOTED. THE TORNADO DAMAGE PATH WAS 0.5 MILES LONG AND WAS 60 YARDS WIDE AT ITS WIDEST POINT. THE MAX WIND WAS 100 MPH.
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04/15/2011 16:58 ZTORNADOF12 S LUDLOW SCOTTMSNWS STORM SURVEY TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN WEST OF MS HWY 483...CROSSING THE HIGHWAY THEN CROSSING THROUGH THE NORTHERN PORTION OF THE BIENVILLE NF BEFORE MOVING INTO SW LEAKE CO. TORNADO LIFTED NEAR MS HWY 13 NW OF LENA. SEVERAL TREES WERE DOWNED...A BARN WAS DESTROYED...AND MOBILE HOMES WERE DAMAGED. MAX EST WINDS 100 MPH. PATH LENGTH 6.5 MILES. MAX PATH WIDTH 200 YDS.
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04/15/2011 16:44 ZTORNADOF1PISGAH RANKINMSNWS STORM SURVEY A STORM SURVEY FOUND AN EF1 TORNADO IN THE PISGAH AREA OF RANKIN COUNTY. THE SURVEY HAS NOT BEEN COMPLETED SO ADDITIONAL INFORMATION WILL BE ISSUED LATER.
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04/15/2011 16:43 ZTORNADOF11 NW PISGAH RANKINMSNWS STORM SURVEY TORNADO BEGAN ALONG MS HIGHWAY 25....TRACKING ACROSS THE PISGAH AREA AND ENDING AT THE RANKIN/SCOTT COUNTY BORDER ALONG PAT HOLMES RD. THE ROOF OF A HOME WAS DAMAGED...TWO OUTBUILDINGS WERE HEAVILY DAMAGED...TWO 18 WHEELER TRAILERS WERE OVERTURNED...AND MINOR DAMAGE OCCURRED TO A MOBILE HOME. NUMEROUS TREES WERE SNAPPED AND UPROOTED. MAX ESTIMATED WIND SPEED 95 MPH. PATH LENGTH 7.5 MILES. MAXIMUM PATH WIDTH 200 YARDS.
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04/15/2011 16:22 ZTORNADOF12 E RIDGELAND MADISONMSNWS STORM SURVEY THIS TORNADO DEVELOPED OVER THE ROSS BARNETT RESERVOIR AND TRAVELED NORTHEAST COMING ASHORE IN RANKIN COUNTY TO THE WSW OF GOSHEN SPRINGS. TREES AND LARGE LIMBS WERE DOWN...SOME OF WHICH FELL ON TRAILERS IN A HUNTING CAMP. THERE WERE ALSO SEVERAL SOURCES OF VIDEO AND PHOTOGRAPHIC EVIDENCE FOR THE PATH OF THE TORNADO OVER THE RESERVOIR. THE MAX WINDS WERE LIKELY HIGHER THAN 90 MPH BUT ARE LIMITED TO EF1 DUE TO THE LACK OF DAMAGE OVER THE WATER. PATH LENGTH WAS 8 MILES AND ESTIMATED WIDTH 200 YARD
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04/15/2011 07:09 ZTORNADOF17 SSW SCOTT PULASKIARNWS STORM SURVEY 1AN EF1 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN 7.4 MI SSW OF SCOTT IN PULASKI CO. AND LIFTED 2.3 MI NW OF KEO IN LONOKE CO. WITH A PATH LENGTH OF 6.9 MI. NUMEROUS TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN AND A TRAILER OF AN 18-WHEELER WAS ALSO BLOWN OVER. A COTTON TIN WAS DESTROYED...WITH A 150 YR OLD PECAN FARM RECIEVING SEVERE DAMAGE...NEARLY DESTROYED. AN OCCUPANT OF A MOBILE HOME RECIEVED CRITICAL INJURIES WHEN THEIR MOBILE HOME WAS DESTROYED. SEVERAL OTHER MOBILE HOMES WERE DAMAGED WITH ONE KNOCKED OFF ITS FOUNDATION.
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04/15/2011 07:00 ZTORNADOF13 SW SWEET HOME PULASKIARNWS STORM SURVEY AN EF1 TORNADO TRACKED FROM 3.5 SOUTHWEST OF SWEET HOME TO 2.2 E OF COLLEGE STATION...WITH A PATH LENGTH OF 6.6 MILES. TREES AND POWER POLES WERE DOWNED...WITH AN INDUSTRIAL BUILDING DESTROYED. A ROOF OFF OF ANOTHER INDUSTRIAL BUILDING WAS DAMAGED.
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04/15/2011 06:57 ZTORNADOF14 NNW GEYER SPRINGS PULASKIARNWS STORM SURVEY2 TORNADO TRACKED FROM JUST SOUTHWEST OF INTERSECTION OF WEST MARKHAM STREET AND JOHN BARROW ROAD TO THE SHERRILL HEIGHTS NEIGHBORHOOD...ENDING ABOVE REBSAMEN PARK. THIS TORNADO OCCURED ENTIRELY WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS OF LITTLE ROCK. WHILE THERE WAS SHINGLE DAMAGE...MUCH OF THE DAMAGE CONSISTED OF TREES FALLING ONTO HOUSES...VEHICLES AND POWER LINES. THIS TORNADO WAS RATED AN EF-1...WITH A PATH LENGTH OF 3.9 MILES.
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04/15/2011 06:47 ZTORNADOF15 SW SARDIS SALINEARNWS STORM SURVEY AN EF1 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN 5 MI SW OF SARDIS IN SALINE COUNTY TO 3 MI SSE OF WRIGHTSVILLE IN PULASKI COUNTY WITH A PATH LENGTH OF 16.6 MI. NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES WERE DOWNED. DAMAGE WAS SUSTAINED TO A MOBILE HOME THAT LOST ITS ROOF AND PORCH. SEVERAL HOUSES HAD ROOF DAMAGE FROM FALLING TREES. ROOF AND CHIMNEY OF A HOUSE WAS DAMAGED...COINCIDENTALLY THIS SAME HOUSE ON U.S. HIGHWAY 167 WAS HIT BY A TORNADO ABOUT 30 YEARS AGO. THE ROOF WAS TAKEN OFF OF A COUNTRY CLUB.
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04/15/2011 04:35 ZTORNADOF11 WNW CHICKALAH YELLARNWS STORM SURVEY AN EF1 TORNADO TRACKED FROM 1 WNW OF CHICKALAH TO 1 ENE SULPHUR SPRINGS...WITH A PATH LENGTH OF 1.8 MILES. A MOBILE HOME WAS DESTROYED...AND NUMEROUS TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN.
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04/15/2011 04:07 ZTORNADOF11 SW MENA POLKARNWS STORM SURVEY A TORNADO DESTROYED A WAREHOUSE USED BY A SNACK FOOD COMPANY. NUMEROUS TREES WERE BLOW DOWN...AND ONE OF THE TREES FELL ON A HOUSE. A BARN WAS DAMAGED AS WELL. THE TORNADO WAS RATED EF1...AND TRACKED ONLY HALF A MILE BEFORE DISSIPATING 1.4 MILES SOUTHWEST OF MENA.
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04/16/2011 02:28 ZTORNADOF01 NNE TITUS ELMOREALNWS STORM SURVEY AN EF-0 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN JUST WEST OF GRAYS FERRY RD...0.7 MILES NORTHEAST OF TITUS. FROM THERE IT TRAVELED NORTHEAST CROSSING GRAYS FERRY ROAD LIFTING IN A WOODED AREA ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE ROADWAY. FOUR BARNS WERE DAMAGED. HARDWOOD TREES HAD LARGE LIMBS SNAPPED OFF...ALTHOUGH NO TREES WERE TOTALLY SNAPPED OR UPROOTED. A CARPORT WAS ALSO DESTROYED ALONG WITH THE CARS UNDERNEATH. THE DAMAGE PATH WAS 0.36 MILES AND 50 YARDS WIDE. THE MAX ESTIMATED WIND SPEED WAS 75 MPH.
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04/15/2011 23:50 ZTORNADOF05 SSE HAMILTON HARRISGANWS STORM SURVEY A NWS STORM SURVEY TEAM DETERMINED THAT A BRIEF TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN 5 MILES SSE OF HAMILTON IN HARRIS COUNTY. THERE WERE ABOUT 10 TREES WITH CLIPPED CANOPIES ALONG WITH A DESTROYED GAZEBO AND STORAGE SHED. THE TORNADO HAD ESTIMATED WIND SPEEDS OF 75 MPH. THE LENGTH OF DAMAGE WAS ABOUT .43 MILES AND THE WIDTH WAS 50 YARDS.
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04/15/2011 21:59 ZTORNADOF0ALABASTER SHELBYALNWS STORM SURVEY AN EF-0 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN IN ALABASTER NEAR EVANGEL CHURCH ON THOMPSON RD LIFTING A FEW MINUTES LATER NEAR CITY HALL ON HWY 31. SEVERAL TREES WERE KNOCKED DOWN...SOME ON HOMES. THE PATH LENGTH WAS 1.36 MILES LONG WITH A MAX WIDTH OF 50 YDS. MAX ESTIMATED WIND SPEED WAS 70 MPH.
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04/15/2011 19:33 ZTORNADOF03 E HESTERVILLE ATTALAMSNWS STORM SURVEY AN EF0 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN 3 MILES EAST OF HESTERVILLE ALONG COUNTY ROAD 3232 AND UPROOTED A FEW TREES. AS IT TRACKED NORTHEAST IT CROSSED OVER HIGHWAY 43 AND UPROOTED 8 TREES. THE DAMAGE PATH ENDED 6 MILES NORTHWEST OF ETHEL. THE PATH WAS 75 YARDS WIDE AND 4 MILES LONG. MAX WIND SPEED WAS ESTIMATED AT 75 MPH.
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04/15/2011 18:39 ZTORNADOF04 SSE HAZLEHURST COPIAHMSNWS STORM SURVEY TORNADO DOWNED A NUMBER OF TREES AND LARGE LIMBS IN A CONVERGENT PATTERN ALONG JAMES ROAD AND TILLMANTOWN LANE. PATH LENGTH 1 MILE...MAX WIDTH 200 YD
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04/15/2011 11:26 ZTORNADOF03 NNE MAYERSVILLE ISSAQUENAMSNWS STORM SURVEY TORNADO DOWNED TREES AND SNAPPED LARGE LIMBS JUST SOUTH OF HOPEWELL ROAD. TOOK A LARGE AMOUNT OF TIN ROOFING OFF A MOBILE HOME AND BLEW SHINGLES OFF ANOTHER HOME AND DOWNED TREES. SNAPPED A FEW TREE TOPS JUST WEST OF GRACE ROAD. EF-0 TORNADO WITH MAX ESTIMATED WIND WINDS OF 80MPH. PATH LENGTH WAS 1 MILE AND THE WIDTH WAS 75 YARDS.
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04/15/2011 03:33 ZTORNADOF04 WSW SMITHVILLE MCCURTAINOKNWS STORM SURVEY AN EF0 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR SMITHVILLE OKLAHOMA. THE STORM FIRST TOUCHED DOWN ALONG US 259 WHERE SEVERAL TREES WERE SNAPPED. SOME MINOR ROOF DAMAGE OCCURRED TO A HOME NEARBY. THE TORNADO LIFTED ALONG HWY 4 EAST OF SMITHVILLE. MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS WERE ESTIMATED AT 65 TO 70 MPH. PATH LENGTH WAS 2.5 MILES WITH A PATH WIDTH OF 75 YARDS.
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