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20080418's Storm Report (1200 UTC - 1159 UTC)
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Map of 080418_rpts's severe weather reports
Note: All data are considered preliminary
Tornado Reports (in CSV format)
TimeLocationCountyStateLatLonComments
2040 8 E CARPENTER COPIAH MS3203 9054 ROOF OF A HOME HEAVILY DAMAGED AND NUMEROUS TREES AND LARGE LIMBS DOWN. POSSIBLE TORNADO. (JAN)
2100 2 NW TERRY HINDS MS3212 9032 POSSIBLE TORNADO AROUND MIDWAY ROAD...DELANEY ROAD... AND LEBANON-PINE RD. HOUSES DAMAGED...TREES DOWN... POWER LINES DOWN. (JAN)
2152 9 SE CAMDEN MADISON MS3269 8973 THE TORNADO BEGAN ABOUT 9 MILES SE OF CAMDEN AND LIFTED ABOUT 9 MILES W OF CARTHAGE. THE TORNADO WAS ON THE GROUND FOR 5 MILES AND HAD A MAXIMUM WIDTH OF 150 YARDS. IT (JAN)
2153 3 SE CAMDEN MADISON MS3275 8980 THIS TORNADO BEGAN ABOUT 3 MILES SE OF CAMDEN AND LIFTED AROUND 4 MILES SW OF THOMASTOWN. IT HAD A PATH LENGTH OF 7.5 MILES AND WAS 75 YARDS WIDE. IT WAS GIVEN A RATING (JAN)
221813 N CARTHAGE LEAKE MS3293 8953 THIS TORNADO BEGAN ABOUT 13 MILES N OF CARTHAGE AND ENDED ABOUT 9 MILES SSE OF KOSCIUSKO. IT WAS ON THE GROUND APPROXIMATELY ONE MILE AND HAD A MAXIMUM WIDTH OF 75 YARD (JAN)
222814 NE CARTHAGE LEAKE MS3289 8936 THE TORNADO BEGAN ABOUT 14 MILES NE OF CARTHAGE AND ENDED AROUND 14 MILES WSW OF NOXAPATER. THE TORNADO WAS ON THE GROUND FOR 7 MILES AND HAD A MAXIMUM WIDTH OF 75 YARD (JAN)
2304 3 SSW LOUISVILLE WINSTON MS3308 8907 *** 1 INJ *** DAMAGE WAS OBSERVED ALONG A 10 MILE LONG PATH FROM 3 SSW OF LOUISVILLE AT 604 PM...TO 6 NE OF LOUISVILLE AT 620 PM...AND THE MAXIMUM WIDTH WAS 500 YARDS. (JAN)
Hail Reports (in CSV format)
Time Size LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
2115 88 MCCOMB PIKE MS3125 9047 INITIALLY REPORTED AS ACORN SIZED HAIL. (LIX)
2300100 6 N BAXTERVILLE LAMAR MS3117 8959 (JAN)
Wind Reports (in CSV format)
Time Speed LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
2145UNK 3 N CAMDEN MADISON MS3283 8984 TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN ALONG HIGHWAY 43. TOPS OF SOME TREES WERE SNAPPED. (JAN)
2150UNK11 ENE CANTON MADISON MS3267 8986 TREES DOWN AND TREE TOPS SNAPPED AT THE INTERSECTION OF MILLVILLE ROAD AND THE NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY NEAR THE FARMHAVEN COMMUNITY. (JAN)
2200UNK 3 S OFAHOMA LEAKE MS3266 8970 MANY TREES DOWN ON SWAMP ROAD. TREE DOWN ACROSS ROAD ALSO JUST WEST OF CARTHAGE AND TREE DOWN ACROSS A ROAD IN THE NORTHWEST PART OF THE COUNTY. (JAN)
2210UNK MORTON SCOTT MS3236 8966 A COUPLE TREES AND SEVERAL LARGE LIMBS DOWNED A FEW POWER LINES AROUND MORTON. (JAN)
2218UNK 6 NE THOMASTOWN LEAKE MS3293 8960 SEVERAL TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN AROUND THE DOSSVILLE COMMUNITY. POSSIBLE TORNADO. (JAN)
2230UNK EDINBURG LEAKE MS3280 8934 MULTIPLE TREES DOWN ON MARTIN DRIVE AND MARS HILL ROAD NEAR EDINBURG. (JAN)
2235UNK 6 SSW COLUMBIA MARION MS3118 8987 A FEW TREES AND LIMBS WERE DOWN ON POWER LINES IN THE PICKWICK COMMUNITY ON HWY 35 S. (JAN)
2242UNK 5 ESE ZAMA WINSTON MS3295 8930 SEVERAL TREES SNAPPED AND HIGHWAY SIGN BLOWN DOWN. POSSIBLE TORNADO SPOTTED FROM PUBLIC WITNESS. (JAN)
2246UNK HOMEWOOD SCOTT MS3224 8951 A LARGE TREE AND POWER LINE WERE TAKEN DOWN AROUND HOMEWOOD. (JAN)
2320UNK LOUISVILLE WINSTON MS3312 8905 NUMEROUS TREES DOWN AROUND THE LOUISVILLE AREA. (JAN)
2336UNK 8 SSE HATTIESBURG FORREST MS3121 8926 TWO TREES DOWN AT THE NORTH GATE OF CAMP SHELBY. (JAN)
2342UNK 6 NW FORESTDALE NESHOBA MS3284 8902 A FEW TREES DOWN IN NORTHEAST NESHOBA COUNTY NEAR BOND AND SPRING CREEK. (JAN)
0040 70 AVERA GREENE MS3130 8874 ESTIMATED WIND GUST OF 70 MPH AND HAIL OF UNKNOWN SIZE IN AVERA. (MOB)
0115UNK 1 SE FRUITDALE WASHINGTON AL3133 8839 TWO PINE TREES WERE SNAPPED ALONG US HIGHWAY 45 SOUTH OF FRUITDALE. TIME ESTIMATED. (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")
LAT/LON in decimal degrees to two decimals, see SPC FAQ for more info
List of Weather Forecast Office 3-letter IDs appear in the report comments section
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