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20080901's Storm Report (1200 UTC - 1159 UTC)
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Map of 080901_rpts's severe weather reports
Note: All data are considered preliminary
Tornado Reports (in CSV format)
TimeLocationCountyStateLatLonComments
132610 W KILN HANCOCK MS3042 8960 REPORTED BY HAM RADIO OPERATOR N5WLW AT STENNIS SPACE CENTER MOVING NORTHWEST. (LIX)
1355 GULF BREEZE SANTA ROSA FL3036 8720 A POSSIBLE TORNADO WAS REPORTED BY LAW ENFORCEMENT IN GULF BREEZE. TREE DAMAGE REPORTED. (MOB)
1419 2 NW PICAYUNE PEARL RIVER MS3055 8970 POSSIBLE TORNADO AT HIGHWAY 43 AND INSIDE ROAD NORTH OF PICAYUNE. LARGE TREE UPROOTED. (LIX)
1500 EGLIN AFB OKALOOSA FL3046 8655 A POSSIBLE TORNADO WAS REPORTED AT EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE. (MOB)
1702 PURVIS LAMAR MS3114 8941 BRIEF TOUCH DOWN FOR ABOUT 2 MILES. MINOR SCATTERED DMG TO LIMBS AND A FEW TREES. SOME MINOR STAIGHT LINE WIND DMG OUTSIDE THE NARROW 25 YD PATH AS WELL. (JAN)
1706 5 SE BATON ROUGE EAST BATON ROUGE LA3040 9107 POSSIBLE TORNADO SNAPPED 4 LARGE TREES NEAR BLUE BAYOU WATER PARK. (LIX)
1805 2 N ELSANOR BALDWIN AL3057 8758 TORNADO REPORTED ON COUNTY ROAD 87 NEAR ELBERTA. A TRAILER WAS DAMAGED. (MOB)
1818 BROOKLYN FORREST MS3106 8918 BRIEF TORNADO TOUCHDOWN WITH A FEW TREES DOWN ACROSS HWY 49 AT HWY 13. SOME BLOCKED THE SOUTHBOUND LANE. PATH LENGTH .5 MI AND 25 YDS WIDE. (JAN)
1834 PURVIS LAMAR MS3114 8941 AT LEAST A BRIEF TOUCHDOWN...FUNNEL CLOUD WITH DEBRIS REPORTED NEAR SHERIFF OFFICE. FUNNEL CLOUD ALSO SPOTTED ABOUT 1 MILE NW. (JAN)
1845 6 SSW SUMRALL LAMAR MS3134 8959 EFO TORNADO WITH MAX WINDS OF 65 MPH. PATH LENGTH OF 3 MILES AND WIDTH OF 50 YARDS. STARTING POINT WAS IN OLOH. TREES AND LARGE LIMBS DOWN. MINOR DAMAGE TO THE ROOF AND (JAN)
1900 1 N BUNKER HILL MARION MS3140 8980 A MILE LONG PATH OF TREES AND LIMBS BLOWN DOWN FROM NEAR BUNKER HILL IN MARION COUNTY TO JUST ACROSS THE BORDER WITH JEFFERSON DAVIS COUNTY NEAR J L ROBBINS ROAD. TORNA (JAN)
1920 2 NW OAK VALE LAWRENCE MS3146 8999 TREES DOWN ALONG RIVER ROAD. LIKELY CAUSED BY A WEAK TORNADO. (JAN)
1931 2 NE STRINGER JASPER MS3189 8924 TREES DOWN ON CR 10. PROBABLE TORNADO BASED ON RADAR. (JAN)
1940 3 SW BAY SPRINGS JASPER MS3195 8932 A BRIEF TORNADO TOUCHDOWN WITH A FEW TREES DOWN ON HWY 531. PATH LENGTH .5 MI AND PATH WIDTH 25 YDS. (JAN)
1958 3 SW BAY SPRINGS SMITH MS3195 8932 TREES DOWN ON HWY 531. PROBABLE TORNADO BASED ON RADAR. (JAN)
2003 PENSACOLA NAVAL BASE ESCAMBIA FL3036 8727 TORNADO REPORTED AT THE NAVAL AIR STATION IN PENSCOLA. (MOB)
2018 PENSACOLA NAVAL BASE ESCAMBIA FL3036 8727 TORNADO REPORTED AT THE PENSACOLA NAVAL AIR STATION. (MOB)
2030 2 SE PACHUTA CLARKE MS3202 8886 EFO TORNADO WITH MAXIMUM WINDS OF 85 MPH. TRACK BEGAN 7 MILES WEST SOUTHWEST OF QUITMAN AND ENDED 2 MILES SOUTHEAST OF PACHUTA. PATH LENGTH WAS 1.25 MILES AND PATH WIDT (JAN)
2045 PENSACOLA NAVAL BASE ESCAMBIA FL3036 8727 ANOTHER TORNADO REPORTED AT THE PENSACOLA NAVAL AIR STATION. (MOB)
2135 4 NNE FOREST SCOTT MS3241 8945 THIS TORNADO STARTED 5 SE OF HILLSBORO TO 2 W HILLSBORO. 6.5 MI LONG AND 100 YDS WIDE. EF1 WITH 100 MPH MAX WINDS. SEVERAL TREES WERE UPROOTED AND SNAPPED. MINOR SHINGL (JAN)
2140 6 NNW FANNIN MADISON MS3250 9000 ROSS BARNETT RESERVOIR PATROL REPORTS TORNADO ON THE GROUND NEAR HWY 43 AT THE RESERVOIR (JAN)
0045 GREENSBURG ST. HELENA LA3083 9067 REPORT OF A TORNADO IN GREENSBURG THROUGH HAM RADIO. (LIX)
0055 MARKSVILLE AVOYELLES LA3113 9206 (LCH)
0107 4 SSW EFFIE AVOYELLES LA3116 9218 (LCH)
0114 LAKE CATHERINE ORLEANS LA3011 8971 REPORT OF TORNADO NEAR LAKE CATHERINE THROUGH HAM RADIO. (LIX)
0823 6 N TAYLORSVILLE SMITH MS3192 8943 BRIEF TOUCHDOWN WITH TREES DOWN NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF COUNTY ROAD 80 AND COUNTY ROAD 19. PATH LENGTH .5 MI WITH A WIDTH OF 25 YDS. (JAN)
Hail Reports (in CSV format)
Time Size LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
1805 75 MCHENRY STONE MS3071 8914 HAIL REPORTED 1 MILE WEST OF THE WLOX TV TOWER. (MOB)
2345100 9 N ALLIANCE BOX BUTTE NE422310287 THE 1 INCH DIAMETER HAIL LASTED FROM 545 TO 550 PM. (CYS)
0005 7512 NW ANTIOCH BOX BUTTE NE421910279 (LBF)
0035 7527 SSE RUSHVILLE SHERIDAN NE423510226 (LBF)
Wind Reports (in CSV format)
Time Speed LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
2040UNK PACHUTA CLARKE MS3204 8888 A FEW TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN AROUND PACHUTA...POSSIBLE TORNADO. (JAN)
2235UNK MORRILL SCOTTS BLUFF NE419610392 TREE UP ROOTED POWER POLE BROKEN OVER (CYS)
2248 81 SCOTTSBLUFF AIRPORT SCOTTS BLUFF NE418710360 (CYS)
2251UNK 2 SSW TERRYTOWN SCOTTS BLUFF NE418210368 40 MPH GUST TO 62MPH DIME HAIL SHINGLES BLOWN OFF TREE DAMAGE (CYS)
2252 61 6 SE HARRISBURG BANNER NE414910366 (CYS)
2303UNK 9 N MINATARE SCOTTS BLUFF NE419410350 EST 80 MPH TREES BROKEN OFF OLD TRAILER MOVED OFF BLOCKS (CYS)
2318 60 BRIDGEPORT MORRILL NE416710310 (CYS)
2321UNK18 SW ALLIANCE MORRILL NE419210312 EST 75 MPH TREE DOWN 15 IN DIAMETER (CYS)
2349 68 3 SW SCOTTSBLUFF SCOTTS BLUFF NE418410370 (CYS)
0000UNK25 SW HEMINGFORD SIOUX NE420610342 THE WIND BROKE 2 LARGE TREE LIMBS. (CYS)
0000UNK ALLIANCE BOX BUTTE NE421010287 NUMEROUS TREES DOWNED AND UPROOTED IN ALLIANCE BY STRONG THUNDERSTORM OUTFLOW WINDS. ALSO THREE QUARTER INCH TO ONE INCH DIAMETER HAIL FELL. THE EVENT TOOK PLACE FROM 5 (CYS)
0823UNK 6 N TAYLORSVILLE SMITH MS3192 8943 TREES DOWN NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF COUNTY ROAD 80 AND COUNTY ROAD 19...POSSIBLE TORNADO. (JAN)
1031UNK 2 SE MORTON SCOTT MS3233 8963 A FEW TREES DOWN...POSSIBLE TORNADO (JAN)
Full report in comma-separated values (CSV) format and in KML 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
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