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20071022's Storm Reports
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Map of 071022_rpts's severe weather reports
Note: All data are considered preliminary
Tornado Reports (in CSV format)
TimeLocationCountyStateLatLonComments
2155 5 SE IRVINGTON MOBILE AL3046 8818 A TORNADO WAS REPORTED ON THE GROUND WITH UNSPECIFIED DAMAGE AT ROY E. RAY AIRPORT ROAD AND PADGETT SWITCH ROAD. (MOB)
2254 3 SW MOORHEAD SUNFLOWER MS3342 9054 TORNADO STARTED IN A FARM FIELD...LEVELING CROPS IN A PATH 100-150 YD WIDE. TORNADO THEN MOVED INTO THE SOUTHWEST SIDE OF MOORHEAD WHERE A NUMBER OF TREES SNAPPED OFF.. (JAN)
0344 4 NNE FAUNSDALE HALE AL3252 8758 *** 2 INJ *** A NWS STORM SURVEY TEAM SURVEYED THE AREA AND FOUND A PATH LENGTH OF 9.4 MILES WITH A WIDTH OF 50 YARDS. ESTIMATED WINDS WERE 100 MPH. OVER 20 HOMES AND 2 (BMX)
0352 NEWBERN HALE AL3259 8754 *** 2 INJ *** A NWS STORM SURVEY TEAM SURVEYED THE AREA AND FOUND A PATH LENGTH OF 9.4 MILES WITH A WIDTH OF 50 YARDS. ESTIMATED WINDS WERE 100 MPH. OVER 20 HOMES AND 1 (BMX)
0501 2 N ELLARDS BIBB AL3284 8727 A NWS STORM SURVEY TEAM DETERMINED THAT THE DAMAGE NEAR BRENT WAS THE RESULT OF A TORNADO. THE PATH LENGTH WAS 7.5 MILES LONG AND 200 YARDS WIDE AT ITS WIDEST POINT. AT (BMX)
0510 BRENT BIBB AL3294 8718 A NWS SURVEY TEAM FOUND EVIDENCE OF AN EF1 TORNADO JUST WEST OF THE TOWN OF BRENT. THE PATH WAS 7.5 MILES LONG AND 200 YARDS WIDE AT ITS LARGEST POINT. MINOR DAMAGE TO (BMX)
0634 5 NE HAYNEVILLE LOWNDES AL3223 8652 A SURVEY CREW FOUND EVIDENCE OF AN EF1 TORNADO NORTHEAST OF THE TOWN OF HAYNEVILLE. THE PATH LENGTH IS 3.25 MILES LONG AND 100 YARDS AT ITS WIDEST POINT. CREWS FOUND DA (BMX)
Hail Reports (in CSV format)
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Wind Reports (in CSV format)
Time Speed LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
2055UNK 5 W WATERPROOF TENSAS LA3181 9147 A TRACTOR SHED WAS DEMOLISHED AND A COUPLE OF LARGE TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN ABOUT A QUARTER OF A MILE WEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF ROUTES 566 AND 571. (JAN)
2310UNK MOORHEAD SUNFLOWER MS3345 9051 COVERED WALKWAY DESTROYED AT A SCHOOL...TOPS OF TREES SNAPPED OFF (JAN)
0339UNK 3 NNE MORGAN SPRINGS PERRY AL3279 8739 A FEW TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN IN FAR NORTHWESTERN PERRY COUNTY NEAR THE NORTH PERRY COMMUNITY. ONE HOME SUSTAINED ROOF DAMAGE. (BMX)
0352UNK NEWBERN HALE AL3259 8754 NUMEROUS TREES DOWN WITH SOME ON HOUSES ALONG COUNTY ROAD 16. POSSIBLE TORNADO. (BMX)
0430UNK 1 W MARION PERRY AL3263 8733 NUMEROUS TREES AND SEVERAL POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN ON THE WESTERN SIDE OF THE CITY OF MARION. (BMX)
0439UNK 3 NNE MORGAN SPRINGS PERRY AL3279 8739 A FEW TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN IN FAR NORTHWESTERN PERRY COUNTY NEAR THE NORTH PERRY COMMUNITY. ONE HOME SUSTAINED ROOF DAMAGE. (BMX)
0500UNK 2 E MARION PERRY AL3263 8729 SEVERAL TREES AND POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN ON THE EASTERN SIDE OF MARION. A FEW ADDITIONAL TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN IN THE TALLADEGA NATIONAL FOREST IN NORTHEASTERN PER (BMX)
0510UNK BRENT BIBB AL3294 8718 NUMEROUS TREES DOWN AS WELL AS POWER LINES AROUND THE BEAR CREEK ROAD AND COUNTY ROAD 5. (BMX)
0530UNK MARION PERRY AL3263 8732 TREES REPORTED DOWN WITH DAMAGE TO A HOME ON COUNTY ROAD 200 IN THE CITY OF MARION (BMX)
0535UNK SELMA DALLAS AL3242 8703 POWER POLES AND LINES DOWN AT THE 1600 BLOCK OF WASHINGTON STREET IN DOWNTOWN SELMA. (BMX)
0538UNK 1 S POOLES CROSSROADS CHILTON AL3273 8672 A FEW TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF COUNTY ROAD 24 AND COUNTY ROAD 37. (BMX)
0555UNK HENAGAR DEKALB AL3463 8574 PINE TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN BY THUNDERSTORM WINDS. (HUN)
0600UNK 4 W THORSBY CHILTON AL3292 8678 NUMEROUS 2-3 INCH TREE LIMBS DOWNED ACROSS ROADS. (BMX)
0600UNK 5 NE FORT PAYNE DEKALB AL3450 8562 A TALL PINE TREE WAS BLOWN DOWN AT THE DESOTO STATE PARK CAMPGROUND. (HUN)
0615UNK 3 W MOSSES LOWNDES AL3217 8673 NUMEROUS TREES DOWN BLOCKING ROADWAYS. (BMX)
0624UNK KELLYTON COOSA AL3298 8603 LARGE TREES DOWNED IN KELLYTON (BMX)
0627UNK 3 E COLUMBIANA SHELBY AL3318 8655 POWER POLE AND LINES DOWN ON COUNTY ROAD 28 IN EASTERN PORTION OF THE COUNTY. (BMX)
0630UNK AUTAUGAVILLE AUTAUGA AL3243 8666 NUMEROUS 2-3 INCH TREE LIMBS DOWN ACROSS ROADS. SCHOOLS IN AUTAUGAVILLE DELAYED UNTIL ROADS CLEARED. (BMX)
0707 80 WINTERBORO TALLADEGA AL3332 8619 DOWNBURST CAUSED OLD RADIATOR SHOP ROOF BUILDING COLLAPSE...ON STATE HIGHWAY 21...1/4 MILE SOUTH OF THE INTERSECTION OF STATE HIGHWAY 21 AND STATE HIGHWAY 76. (BMX)
0715UNK 3 NW LOWNDESBORO LOWNDES AL3231 8665 POSSIBLE TORNADO NEAR BURKVILLE. SEVERAL STRUCTURES DAMAGED INCLUDING A CHURCH. FIRE DEPARTMENT RESPONDED AND WILL FOLLOW UP WITH EMERGENCY MNGR IN THE MORNING. (BMX)
0715UNK SYLACAUGA TALLADEGA AL3318 8626 TREES AND POWERLINES DOWN ACROSS THE CENTRAL PORTIONS OF THE COUNTY INCLUDING SYLACAUGA, TALLADEGA, WINTERBORO AND CHILDERSBURG. (BMX)
0724UNK KELLYTON COOSA AL3298 8603 LARGE TREES DOWNED IN KELLYTON (BMX)
0745UNK 3 E FORT DEPOSIT LOWNDES AL3199 8653 A FEW TREES WERE DOWNED AS WELL AS SOME MINOR ROOF DAMAGE NEAR SANDY RIDGE. (BMX)
0830UNK GADSDEN ETOWAH AL3401 8601 SEVERAL TREES FELL THROUGH 2 HOUSES CAUSING SEVERE DAMAGE ON NORTH 33RD STREET IN DOWNTOWN GADSDEN. (BMX)
Full report in comma-separated values (CSV) format
Fields marked UNK are unknown
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Hail Sizes in 1/100 of an Inch (75 = 0.75")
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