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20061114's Storm Reports
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Map of 061114_rpts's severe weather reports
Note: All data are considered preliminary
Tornado Reports (in CSV format)
TimeLocationCountyStateLatLonComments
1732 GOLDEN BEACH MIAMI-DADE FL2597 8012 WATERSPOUT MOVED ONSHORE ON THE BEACH AND LIFTED AS IT REACHED THE DUNE LINE. OBSERVED FROM NEWS MEDIA VIDEO FOOTAGE. NO DAMAGE OBSERVED OR REPORTED. (MFL)
2200 MOUNT HERMAN WASHINGTON LA3096 9030 MOBILE HOME DAMAGED BY POSSIBLE TORNADO NEAR MOUNT HERMAN. (LIX)
222012 NE FRANKLINTON WASHINGTON LA3097 9000 POSSIBLE TORNADO DOWNED TREES NEAR THE COMMUNITY OF THOMAS. (LIX)
0005 CROSSROADS PEARL RIVER MS3078 8977 POSSIBLE TORNADO DOWNED TREES ON HIGHWAY 43 NORTH OF INTERSECTION WITH HIGHWAY 26 IN CROSSROADS. (LIX)
0035 MCNEIL PEARL RIVER MS3067 8964 POSSIBLE TORNADO DOWNED TREES AT MILE MARKER 17 ON INTERSTATE 59. (LIX)
0750 5 NNE MONTPELIER ST. HELENA LA3075 9062 *** 1 FATAL *** NWS GROUND SURVEY INDICATED A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF LOUISIANA HIGHWAY 441 AND 1046 AND MOVED NORTHEAST ON AN INTERMITTENT PATH F (LIX)
0805 2 NNW AMITE TANGIPAHOA LA3076 9052 *** 2 INJ *** TORNADO FROM ST HELENA PARISH CONTINUED NORTHEAST FOR ABOUT 2 MILES TO JUST WEST OF THE COMMUNITY OF ARCOLA. SEVERAL HOMES DAMAGED BY WIND AND FALLING TRE (LIX)
0830 7 SW SUMRALL LAMAR MS3135 8963 *** 6 INJ *** SIGNIFICANT STRUCTURAL DAMAGE ACROSS NW LAMAR AND AROUND THE SUMRALL AREA, PARTICULARLY IN THE ROCKY BRANCH COMMUNITY. 25 HOMES REPORTED HEAVILY DAMAGED W (JAN)
0835 SUMRALL LAMAR MS3142 8955 INJURIES AND STRUCTURAL DAMAGE IN THE ROCKY BRANCH COMMUNITY NEAR SUMRALL. (JAN)
0850 7 E SUMRALL FORREST MS3142 8943 END OF THE LAMAR CO TORNADO TRACK IN FAR NW FORREST COUNTY ALONG LOTT TOWN RD. (JAN)
085513 NE FRANKLINTON WASHINGTON LA3098 8999 SHERIFFS OFFICE REPORTED TORNADO TOUCHDOWN NEAR THE MISSISSIPPI STATE LINE...ABOUT 2 MILES NORTH OF THE THOMAS COMMUNITY.ONE HOUSE HEAVILY DAMAGED AND TWO OTHER DAMAGED (LIX)
0900 2 N AMITE TANGIPAHOA LA3076 9051 *** 2 INJ *** TORNADO DAMAGED TWO HOMES AND TRAPPED TWO PEOPLE IN HOMES. MANY TREES WERE DOWNED. (LIX)
0905 4 SE DEXTER WALTHALL MS3103 8994 *** 1 INJ *** NWS GROUND SURVEY INDICATED TORNADO TRACK EXTENDED ACROSS SOUTHEAST WALTHALL COUNTY FROM 5 MILES SSW OF DEXTER TO 10 MILES ESE OF DEXTER. ESTIMATED PATH A (LIX)
0910 MOUNT HERMAN WASHINGTON LA3096 9030 TORNADO TOUCHDOWN AND DAMAGED A MOBILE HOME. (LIX)
0915 4 SE DEXTER WALTHALL MS3103 8994 TORNADO DAMAGE RELAYED FROM WFO JACKSON. SEVERAL HOMES DAMAGED IN SOUTHEASTERN WALTHALL COUNTY NEAR HIGHWAY 48 AND THE STONGER ROAD AREA. 2 HOMES REPORTED TO HAVE ROOFS (LIX)
0918 2 NW SANDY HOOK MARION MS3106 8983 RETIRED NWS EMPLOYEE FOUND MANY TREES AND A COUPLE OF POWER POLES DOWN ALONG HIGHWAY 35...1/4 MILE WIDE DAMAGE AREA. THE TORNADO CROSSED HIGHWAY 35 AND DISSIPATED IN TH (JAN)
0920 FRANKLINTON WASHINGTON LA3085 9014 TORNADO TOUCHDOWN IN THE THOMAS COMMUNITY AND DAMAGED THREE HOMES. (LIX)
092510 S COLUMBIA MARION MS3111 8983 RETIRED NWS EMPLOYEE FOUND SEVERAL TREES AND A COUPLE OF POWER POLES DOWN ALONG HIGHWAY 35...1/4 MILE WIDE DAMAGE AREA...ANOTHER SURVEY MAY BE CONDUCTED AS TRACK COULD (JAN)
0931 6 SSE LAUREL JONES MS3161 8911 25 HOMES SUSTAINED SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE. TWO METAL HIGH TENSION ELECTRIC POWER TRUSS TOWERS WERE DESTROYED. THE MOST INTENSE DAMAGE OCCURRED WHERE HWY 15 INTERSECTS ORANG (JAN)
0936 4 SE LAUREL JONES MS3165 8910 SEVERAL HOMES NEAR TOWNSHIP ROAD AREA WITH SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE...AT LEAST ONE HOME REPORTED DESTROYED. PROBABLE TORNADO. (JAN)
0950 7 NW PURVIS LAMAR MS3121 8949 A BRIEF TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN OFF LOOKOUT TOWER ROAD AND DESTROYED AN OUTBUILDING AND TOOK THE ROOF OFF A LARGE SHED. NUMEROUS PINE TREES WERE ALSO SNAPPED OR BLOWN DOWN (JAN)
1057 SAND HILL GREENE MS3135 8876 POSSIBLE TORNADO. 8 OR 9 HOMES DAMAGED. 1 CHURCH DESTROYED. TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN. ESTIMATED TIME 0457 AM. NO INJURIES. (MOB)
Hail Reports (in CSV format)
Time Size LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
0515100 3 W HEIDELBERG JASPER MS3189 8904 QUARTER SIZE HAIL REPORTED BY JASPER CIVIL DEFENSE (JAN)
0525100 2 S MENA POLK AR3455 9424 (LZK)
0635 88 2 NE JOPLIN MONTGOMERY AR3456 9343 (LZK)
0739 75 1 S HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE GARLAND AR3466 9300 (LZK)
0745100 6 W DOWNTOWN LITTLE ROC PULASKI AR3473 9234 NICKEL AND QUARTER SIZE HAIL AT THE INTERSECTION OF INTERSTATE 630 AND SHACKLEFORD ROAD. (LZK)
0950 75 BRINKLEY MONROE AR3488 9119 (LZK)
1005 75 BRINKLEY MONROE AR3488 9119 (LZK)
Wind Reports (in CSV format)
Time Speed LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
2210UNK10 N FRANKLINTON WASHINGTON LA3099 9014 BARNS LEVELLED IN NORTHWEST PORTION OF PARISH REPORTED BY SHERIFFS OFFICE. POSSIBLE TORNADO. (LIX)
0015UNK POPLARVILLE PEARL RIVER MS3084 8953 TREES DOWN IN POPLARVILLE. (LIX)
0636UNK LAFAYETTE LAFAYETTE LA3022 9203 SHERIFFS DEPARTMENT REPORTS TREE DOWN IN THE 100 BLOCK OF PASCAL AVE. (LCH)
0705UNK PARKS ST. MARTIN LA3022 9183 SHERIFFS DEPARTMENT REPORTS TREES DOWN AT PARKS AND ST MARTINVILLE. (LCH)
0725UNK KAPLAN VERMILION LA3000 9228 TREE LIMBS AND LINES DAMAGED BY STRONG THUNDERSTORM WINDS. (LCH)
0815UNK COLUMBIA MARION MS3126 8983 TREES DOWN ACROSS HIGHWAY 43...HIGHWAY 35...AND OLD HIGHWAY 35. (JAN)
0850UNK 2 SW SANFORD COVINGTON MS3147 8945 A FEW TREES DOWN OFF HWY 49. (JAN)
0914UNK 5 SSW ELLISVILLE JONES MS3153 8924 ONE HOME DAMAGED BY A POSSIBLE TORNADO NEAR TOWNSHIP ROAD. (JAN)
0950UNK 4 WNW PURVIS LAMAR MS3116 8947 OUTBUILDING DESTROYED AND NUMEROUS TREES BLOWN DOWN. POSSIBLE TORNADO. NWS STORM SURVEY TEAM WILL INVESTIGATE ON MONDAY. (JAN)
0953UNK EUCUTTA WAYNE MS3181 8887 TREES DOWN NEAR EUCUTTA. (MOB)
0955UNK 2 E RINGGOLD BIENVILLE LA3233 9325 TREES DOWN NEAR RINGGOLD (SHV)
1000UNK PALESTINE ST. FRANCIS AR3497 9090 *** 1 INJ *** 5 TRUCKS WERE OVERTURNED ON INTERSTATE 40 BETWEEN THE WHEATLEY EXIT AND JUST WEST OF FOREST CITY. (MEG)
1017UNK PALESTINE ST. FRANCIS AR3497 9090 UNCONFORMED TORNADO BETWEEN I-40 MILE MARKER 221 TO 230. DEBRIS ON ROAD. SEMI TRAILER BLOWN OFF ROAD. (MEG)
1023UNK CAMP SHELBY FORREST MS3118 8925 A FEW TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN. (JAN)
1105UNK SAND HILL GREENE MS3135 8876 NUMEROUS TREES DOWN IN THE AVERA AND SAND HILL COMMUNITIES. TREES...TIN...AND OTHER DEBRIS BLOCKING ROADWAYS. (MOB)
1105UNK NEEDHAM CHOCTAW AL3199 8834 POWER LINES DOWN. (MOB)
1115UNK10 E CROSSETT ASHLEY AR3313 9179 TREES AND POWERLINES DOWN ACROSS THE COUNTY. (JAN)
1125UNK BASTROP MOREHOUSE LA3277 9191 TREE FELL ON HOUSE TRAILER. TREES DOWN. POWERLINES DOWN. (JAN)
1144UNK CHATOM WASHINGTON AL3146 8825 NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN ACROSS THE COUNTY. HOMES DAMAGED NEAR CHATOM. (MOB)
Full report in comma-separated values (CSV) format
Fields marked UNK are unknown
All Times UTC
Wind Gusts in MPH
Hail Sizes in 1/100 of an Inch (75 = 0.75")
List of Weather Forecast Office 3-letter IDs appear in the report comments section
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