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20081008's Storm Report (1200 UTC - 1159 UTC)
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Map of 081008_rpts's severe weather reports
Note: All data are considered preliminary
Tornado Reports (in CSV format)
TimeLocationCountyStateLatLonComments
1325 PANAMA CITY BAY FL3017 8567 DAMAGE REPORTS TO BAYPOINT SUBDIVISION NEAR SAINT ANDREW STATE PARK. WINDOWS BLOWN OUT AT ONE OR MORE HOMES. ROOF DAMAGE TO A BUSINESS BUILDING. SEVERAL TREES AND POWER (TAE)
1325 PANAMA CITY BEACH BAY FL3017 8579 BRIEF TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN AT PANAMA CITY BEACH AND DISSIPATED AS IT MOVED INLAND. NO REPORTS OF DAMAGE OR INJURIES. (TAE)
1525 1 N RED OAK COVINGTON AL3115 8646 EMA ON SITE REPORTS DEBRIS TWISTED AROUND POWER POLES...NUMEROUS TREES DOWN IN A PATH AND DEBRIS BLOCKING THE ROADWAY JUST NORTH OF RED OAK. (MOB)
1652 ENTERPRISE COFFEE AL3131 8585 POSSIBLE TORNADO. EIGHT TO 10 BLOCKS NEAR DOWNTOWN FROM 1 SW TO .25 SE. ROOF DAMAGE...WINDOWS BLOWN OUT AT CIVIC CENTER. NUMEROUS TREES UPROOTED AND CAR WINDOWS BROKEN. (TAE)
1657 ENTERPRISE COFFEE AL3131 8585 SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE TO CIVIC CENTER...ROOF PEELED OFF AND WINDOWS BLOWN OUT. CAR WINDOWS BLOWN OUT TOO. SEVERAL TREES DOWN AND A LOT OF DEBRIS. (TAE)
1715 FORT RUCKER DALE AL3134 8572 POSSIBLE TORNADO TOUCHDOWN AT ANDREWS AVE AND AIRPORT RD. VEHICLES DAMAGED. NUMEROUS TREES DOWN. (TAE)
1733 5 S OZARK DALE AL3138 8564 POSSIBLE TORNADO TOUCHDOWN REPORTED NEAR LOGAN ROAD. A ROOF WAS PARTIALLY TAKEN OFF A RESIDENCE. THE POSSIBLE TORNADO CONTINUED TOWARD SR-123. TIME ESTIMATED BY RADAR. (TAE)
180512 W DOWNTOWN DOTHAN HOUSTON AL3122 8560 BARN DESTROYED (TAE)
1817 1 E PINCKARD DALE AL3131 8553 POSSIBLE TORNADO TOUCHDOWN NEAR PINCKARD WITH NO DAMAGE REPORTED. (TAE)
1828 6 NW CAPPS HENRY AL3156 8538 POSSIBLE TORNADO...MAJOR DAMAGE TO HOME. DEBRIS SCATTERED OVER SEVERAL ACRES. (TAE)
1833 6 NW CAPPS HENRY AL3156 8538 CONFIRMED TORNADO...MAJOR DAMAGE TO CARPORT ATTACHED TO HOME. DEBRIS SCATTERED OVER SEVERAL ACRES. TORNADO RATED AN EF-0 WITH MAXIMUM WINDS OF 85 MPH. (TAE)
2019 3 W WINFIELD MARION AL3393 8785 A WEAK TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN JUST WEST OF WINFIELD. THIS LOCATION WAS CLOSE TO THE INTERSECTION OF COUNTY ROAD 27 AND COUNTY ROAD 69. THE TORNADO WAS CAPTURED ON FILM BY (BMX)
2035 2 N FAYETTEVILLE FAYETTE GA3347 8446 BRIEF TOUCHDOWN AT FAYETTE PAVILLION SHOPPING CENTER. MODERATE STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO BUILDING WALL...HVAC UNIT BLOWN OVER...MINOR FACADE DAMAGE TO SEVERAL BUILDINGS...A (FFC)
2124 3 SSW LLOYD JEFFERSON FL3044 8404 CONFIRMED TORNADO TOUCH DOWN SOUTH SOUTHWEST OF LLOYD ON PAUL THOMPSON ROAD. SEVERAL LARGE PINE TREES WERE SNAPPED. A 12 FOOT BY 12 FOOT GAZEBO WAS DESTROYED. DAMAGE IN (TAE)
2140 1 S LLOYD JEFFERSON FL3046 8402 POSSIBLE TORNADO. 10 TO 15 TREES BLOWN DOWN...1 POWER POLE DOWN. (TAE)
Hail Reports (in CSV format)
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Wind Reports (in CSV format)
Time Speed LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
1445UNK PLEASANT HOME COVINGTON AL3116 8662 TREE DOWN ACROSS ROAD AT HIGHWAY 29 SOUTH AND COUNTY ROAD 25. (MOB)
1530UNK RED OAK COVINGTON AL3114 8646 TREE REPORTED DOWN IN RED OAK. (MOB)
1652UNK 1 S LLOYD JEFFERSON FL3046 8402 10 TO 15 TREES BLOWN DOWN...1 POWER POLE DOWN. (TAE)
2016UNK 2 E FAIRCHILD SEMINOLE GA3082 8487 DAMAGE TO TWO VACANT HOMES NEAR SEMINOLE STATE PARK. SEVERAL TREES UPROOTED IN THE AREA. WIND DAMAGE WAS FROM STRAIGHT LINE WINDS ESTIMATED BETWEEN 60 AND 70 MPH. (TAE)
2020UNK TYRONE FAYETTE GA3347 8460 TREE DOWN ACROSS MEADOWBROOK DRIVE...A COUPLE POWER LINES WERE ALSO BLOWN DOWN. (FFC)
2120UNK 4 ENE BRINN MARION AL3419 8773 SEVERAL TREES REPORTED DOWN AT THE INTERSECTION OF CR 48 AND HWY 241. (BMX)
2140UNK 1 S LLOYD JEFFERSON FL3046 8402 10 TO 15 TREES BLOWN DOWN...1 POWER POLE DOWN. (TAE)
2225UNK CLIMAX DECATUR GA3088 8443 ROAD SIGNS DOWN...STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO CONSTRUCTION COMPANY BUILDING ON HWY 262N NEAR CLIMAX (TAE)
2340UNK MOUNT CARMEL MCCORMICK SC3401 8251 SEVERAL TREES ON HIGHWAY 81 NEAR MT. CARMEL REPORTED BY THE SHERIFFS OFFICE. (CAE)
0010UNK 9 S GREENWOOD GREENWOOD SC3406 8215 COUNTY COMMS REPORTS TREES AND POWER LINES BLOWN DOWN ON ROADS...INCLUDING KATHY HILL AND WHITEHALL RD...IN THE SOUTHERN PART OF THE COUNTY. POSSIBLE TORNADO. (GSP)
0015UNK 8 N METTER CANDLER GA3251 8206 ROOF OVER A DECK BLOWN OFF AT A HOME NEAR ROSEMARY CHURCH ROAD. (CHS)
0126UNK 3 ENE NEWBERRY NEWBERRY SC3430 8156 TREES DOWN NEAR THE I-26 INTERSTATE AROUND THE 75 MILE MARKER. REPORTED FROM THE NEWBERRY COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE. (CAE)
1150UNK 3 W REIDSVILLE TATTNALL GA3209 8217 A 50 FOOT TALL PECAN TREE ABOUT 3 TO 4 FT IN DIAMETER WAS BLOWN DOWN. AN 8 BY 10 FOOT ALUMINUM SHED WAS BLOWN OVER. SHINGLES BLOWN OFF A PORCH ROOF WITH SMALL HAIL COVE (CHS)
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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