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20101129's Storm Report (1200 UTC - 1159 UTC)
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Map of 101129_rpts's severe weather reports
Note: All data are considered preliminary
Tornado Reports (CSV) (Raw Tornado CSV)(?)
TimeLocationCountyStateLatLonComments
2113 1 NW ATLANTA WINN LA3182 9275 3 HOMES DESTROYED NEAR 705 GUM SPRINGS ROAD JUST NORTHWEST OF ATLANTA. PRELIMINARY DAMAGE PATH ABOUT 100 YARDS WIDE. NUMEROUS TREES SNAPPED OFF ABOUT 15 FEET OFF THE GR (SHV)
2210 3 NNW MOORESVILLE LIVINGSTON MO3979 9374 (EAX)
221812 SSW RICHWOOD OUACHITA LA3229 9215 EF1 TORNADO BEGAN IN WOODS WEST OF QUACHITA RIVER AND TRAVELED E INTO FIELD OFF OF HOOTER ROAD WEST. NUMEROUS TREES AND BRANCHES SNAPPED AND TORNADO WEAKENED AS IT MOVE (SHV)
0119 4 NNW HOLLY BLUFF SHARKEY MS3288 9074 US FOREST SERVICE REPORTS TORNADO TRACK IN DELTA NATIONAL FOREST. TORNADO TRACKED NNE THROUGH FOREST SECTIONS 16 ... 9 ... 4 ... 3. DAMAGE CONSISTED OF A NUMBER OF LARGE TREE (JAN)
0125 1 NNE VALLEY PARK ISSAQUENA MS3265 9086 A MOBILE HOME HAD SHINGLE AND SKIRTING DAMAGE WITH THE AWNING BLOWN AWAY. TIN AND SHINGLES WERE BLOWN OFF A FEW OUTBUILDINGS AND A LARGE WOODEN SWIND WAS BLOWN OVER. SE (JAN)
0200 5 SW YAZOO CITY YAZOO MS3281 9047 3-4 MILE LONG PATH OF DAMAGE ALONG EAGLE BEND ROAD. LIKELY TORNADO DAMAGE. (JAN)
0204 3 NE VICKSBURG WARREN MS3236 9083 A TORNADO DOWNED TREES ALONG CULKIN ROAD ... FREETOWN ROAD ... AND IN A NEARBY SUBDIVISION INCLUDING A LARGE TREE THAT FELL ACROSS CULKIN ROAD. THE TORNADO ALSO DOWNED POWE (JAN)
0205 3 SW YAZOO CITY YAZOO MS3283 9045 EF2 TORNADO TRACKED SOUTHWEST OF YAZOO CITY ALONG EAGLE BEND ROAD. PRELIMINARY MAXIMUM WINDS ARE 125 MPH. TIME AND EXACT LOCATION ARE APPROXIMATE. (JAN)
0210 YAZOO CITY YAZOO MS3286 9041 STRUCTURAL AND TREE DAMAGE REPORTED IN YAZOO CITY, UNKNOWN MAGNITUDE KNOWN AT THIS TIME AND WILL UPDATE. (JAN)
0230 4 NW PORT GIBSON CLAIBORNE MS3200 9103 THIS TORNADO BRIEFLY TOUCHED DOWN WEST-NORTHWEST OF PORT GIBSON ALONG WATERLOO ROAD. NUMEROUS TREES WERE SNAPPED AND LARGE BRANCHES WERE SCATTERED BY THE TORNADO. ESTIM (JAN)
0309 2 S NEWMAN HINDS MS3221 9070 SPORADIC TREES AND LIMBS WERE BLOWN DOWN ALONG A NARROW PATH. AN OUTBUILDING HAD SOME TIN REMOVED FROM THE ROOF. PATH LENGTH WAS 7 MILES ... 50 YDS WIDE ... WINDS 80 MPH. T (JAN)
0325 6 NNE PORT GIBSON CLAIBORNE MS3204 9094 DAMAGE FROM THIS SECOND TORNADO INCLUDED SCATTERED LARGE TREES UPROOTED AND NUMEROUS TREE LIMBS SNAPPED ACROSS A PORTION OF SHILOH ROAD. ESTIMATED MAXIMUM WINDS OF 90 M (JAN)
0340 4 ESE NEWPORT LEAKE MS3292 8971 A HOME ALONG ROME RD WAS BLOWN OFF OF ITS FOUNDATION. ANOTHER HOME RECEIVED MINOR DAMAGE ALONG SHILOH RD. SEVERAL TREES DOWNED IN THE AREA. (JAN)
0350 4 SW KOSCIUSKO ATTALA MS3302 8964 MOBILE HOMES BLOWN OFF BLOCKS WITH REPORTED NUMEROUS INJURIES ALONG SUDDUTH ROAD/COUNTY ROAD 4045 AND COUNTY ROAD 4171. MAGNITUDE AND NUMBER OF INJURIES IS UNKNOWN AT T (JAN)
0508 STARKVILLE OKTIBBEHA MS3346 8882 *** 15 INJ *** A NUMBER OF BUILDINGS DAMAGED. A NUMBER OF MOBILE HOMES DESTROYED. DAMAGE TO STARKVILLE H.S. ATHLETIC FIELDS. BUSINESS SIGN AND TRAFFIC LIGHTS BLOWN DOWN (JAN)
0526 3 NNW WEST POINT CLAY MS3364 8866 THE TORNADO STARTED NEAR HIGHWAY 45 ALTERNATE NORTH-NORTHWEST OF WEST POINT ... WHERE A FEW TREES WERE SNAPPED AND A ROAD SIGN WAS TWISTED. A BILLBOARD WAS BLOWN APART WI (JAN)
0550 6 SSE AMORY MONROE MS3391 8844 *** 5 INJ *** NUMEROUS HOMES DESTROYED AND POWER LINES DOWN IN THE BECKER COMMUNITY EAST OF THE MONROE COUNTY AIRPORT. (MEG)
0638 3 E CHURCH POINT ST. LANDRY LA3040 9216 NWS STORM SURVEY TEAM CONFIRMS AN EF 0 TORNADO TOUCHDOWN. THE TORNADO PRODUCED A DAMAGE PATH ONE MILE LONG AND 25 YARDS WIDE. THE TORNADO DOWNED TREES ALONG HIGHWAY 178 (LCH)
0646 4 WNW SUNSET ST. LANDRY LA3043 9212 NWS STORM SURVEY TEAM CONFIRMED AN EF 0 TORNADO TOUCHDOWN. THE TORNADO PRODUCED A DAMAGE PATH ONE MILE LONG AND 25 YARDS WIDE. THE TORNADO DAMAGED THE ROOF OF A BARN AL (LCH)
0743 1 WSW MILLPORT LAMAR AL3356 8809 UPDATED - PREVIOUSLY ISSUED AS POSSIBLE TORNADO, NOW CONFIRMED TORNADO - SEVERAL HOUSES WITH MINOR DAMAGES, OUT-BUILDINGS DESTROYED, TRACTOR TRAILOR RIG ROLLED, NUMEROU (BMX)
0855 2 W RALEIGH SMITH MS3203 8956 INITIAL REPORTS BY SMITH SO INDICATE NUMEROUS REPORTS OF DAMAGE ASSOCIATED WITH POSSIBLE TORNADO. (JAN)
0901 6 ESE LIBERTY AMITE MS3113 9071 SPORADIC TREE AND LIMB DAMAGE. MAX WIND SPEED 65 MPH. MAX WIDTH 25 YARDS. LENGTH 5 MILES. (LIX)
0912 5 SW NEWTON NEWTON MS3227 8922 EMERGENCY MANAGER REPORTS PATH OF DAMAGE IN THE AREA AROUND 505 SW OF NEWTON ... AND THAT DAMAGE APPEARS TO HAVE BEEN PRODUCED BY A TORNADO. (JAN)
1015 6 W MARION PERRY AL3263 8742 SEVERAL LARGE PINE TREES SNAPPED AND SEVERAL LARGE HARDWOOD TREES UPROOTED. (BMX)
1150 TUCKERS CROSSING JONES MS3163 8909 A TORNADO WAS CONFIRMED NEAR TUCKERS CROSSING BY AN NWS STORM SURVEY TEAM. THE ROOF WAS TORN OFF A WORKSHOP ... A FLAG POLE WAS BENT OVER ... A POWER POLE WAS SNAPPED NEAR (JAN)
Hail Reports (CSV) (Raw Hail CSV)(?)
Time Size LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
0354100 4 S ETHEL ATTALA MS3306 8946 QUARTER SIZED HAIL REPORTED SOUTH OF ETHEL ALONG COUNTY ROAD 5053. (JAN)
0507100 4 S STARKVILLE OKTIBBEHA MS3340 8882 QUARTER SIZED HAIL REPORTED SOUTH OF STARKVILLE. (JAN)
0644100 LITTLE ROCK NEWTON MS3253 8903 QUARTER HAIL REPORTED IN LITTLE ROCK (JAN)
Wind Reports (CSV) (Raw Wind CSV)(?)
Time Speed LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
1504UNK10 NNE ZAMA WINSTON MS3310 8932 POWER LINES AND TREE LIMBS DOWN DUE TO THUNDERSTORM WINDS. (JAN)
2311UNK 1 N GOODWILL WEST CARROLL LA3279 9156 POWER LINES DOWN REPORTED OFF ROUNDHILL RD NORTH OF GOODWILL. (JAN)
2341UNK11 SW MANY SABINE LA3145 9361 POWERLINE DOWNED AT WALKERVILLE RD AND HWY 191 S NEAR THE COMMUNITY OF NEGREET (SHV)
2351UNK 1 E START RICHLAND LA3249 9184 REPORT OF A LARGE TREE HAVING FALLEN ON A ROAD DUE TO THUNDERSTORM WINDS. (JAN)
0120UNK 9 ENE ROLLING FORK SHARKEY MS3294 9073 SEVERAL TREES BLOWN DOWN. (JAN)
0125UNK 2 NE LAKE BRUIN TENSAS LA3201 9123 A TREE FELL NEAR LAKE BRUIN. TIME ESTIMATED. (JAN)
0125UNK VALLEY PARK ISSAQUENA MS3263 9087 TREES DOWNED AROUND VALLEY PARK. ESTIMATED WIND GUSTS OF 50 TO 70 MPH. POSSIBLE TORNADO. (JAN)
0204UNK 5 NE VICKSBURG WARREN MS3238 9081 POWER LINES WERE DOWNED ALONG CULKIN RD. SEVERAL POWER OUTAGES REPORTED IN THE AREA. (JAN)
0210UNK 1 NE YAZOO CITY YAZOO MS3287 9040 STRAIGHT-LINE WINDS IN A SMALL AREA ON BROADWAY HILL. TEN POWERPOLES SNAPPED. ESTIMATED WINDS OF 100 TO 115 MPH. TIME IS APPROXIMATE. (JAN)
0242UNK 6 NNE PORT GIBSON CLAIBORNE MS3204 9094 TREES DOWN ON SHILO ROAD. POSSIBLE TORNADO. (JAN)
0245UNK 2 E LEXINGTON HOLMES MS3312 9001 A COUPLE OF TREES DOWN WITH ONE DOWN ACROSS HIGHWAY 12. (JAN)
0250UNK 3 SE MYRLEVILLE YAZOO MS3268 9025 LARGE LIMBS AND A FEW TREES DOWN (JAN)
0255UNK 2 SW REGANTON CLAIBORNE MS3212 9077 STRONG REAR FLANK DOWNDRAFT WINDS DOWNED SEVERAL TREES ALONG OLD PORT GIBSON ROAD. (JAN)
0304UNK10 NNE ZAMA WINSTON MS3310 8932 POWER LINES AND TREE LIMBS DOWN DUE TO THUNDERSTORM WINDS. (JAN)
0327UNK 3 E BOLTON HINDS MS3235 9041 A FEW TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN ALONG I-20 AT THE NORRELL RD EXIT. (JAN)
0341UNK 2 NNW THOMASTOWN LEAKE MS3289 8968 SEVERAL TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS HWY 429 AND GALILEE-THOMASTOWN LN. THIS OCCURRED 1-2 MILES SE OF THE PARENT TORNADO AND WAS FROM THE REAR FLANK DOWNDRAFT WINDS. (JAN)
0355UNK 8 SSE KOSCIUSKO ATTALA MS3295 8954 MOBILE HOME BLOWN OFF BLOCKS 3 MILES WEST OF HWY 43. (JAN)
0400UNK 3 NNE FERRIDAY CONCORDIA LA3168 9154 TREES WERE DOWNED ... PARTIALLY BLOCKING LA HWY 15. (JAN)
0400UNK 6 NNW MADISON MADISON MS3252 9016 TWO TREES WERE DOWNED ACROSS DEWEES ROAD JUST WEST OF GLUCKSTADT. (JAN)
0403UNK 3 E PORT GIBSON CLAIBORNE MS3196 9093 TREES DOWN ON OLD HWY 18 (JAN)
0426UNK 3 NW THOMASTOWN LEAKE MS3289 8971 HOUSE DAMAGED ON ROME RD. (JAN)
0458UNK PEARL RANKIN MS3227 9011 POWER LINES DOWN DUE TO THUNDERSTORM WINDS IN THE PEARL AREA. (JAN)
0505 63 1 W STARKVILLE OKTIBBEHA MS3346 8884 63MPH WIND GUST MEASURED AT MISSISSIPPI STATE CAMPUS. (JAN)
0507UNK 2 E STARKVILLE OKTIBBEHA MS3346 8879 70 MPH WIND GUST REPORTED AT THE HWY 25 AND HWY 82 INTERCHANGE WITH DEBRIS FLYING THROUGH THE AIR (JAN)
0525UNK 3 NNW WEST POINT CLAY MS3364 8867 ALONG ALT US HIGHWAY 45 SEVERAL LARGE TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN ... CAR WINDOWS WERE SHATTERED ... AND ROAD SIGNS WERE BLOWN AWAY. (JAN)
0530UNK 6 WSW ABERDEEN MONROE MS3380 8865 TREES DOWN IN THE TOWN OF PRAIRIE. (MEG)
0535 90 8 S ABERDEEN MONROE MS3371 8855 OUTBUILDING RIPPED OFF ITS FOUNDATION AND THROWN INTO TREES. OUTBUILDING WAS BOLTED TO CONCRETE FOOTERS. ONE OF THE FOOTERS WAS LODGED 30 FEET HIGH IN A TREE. TIME ESTI (MEG)
0544UNK 4 SSW COLUMBUS AFB LOWNDES MS3358 8847 POWER LINES DOWN DUE TO THUNDERSTORM WINDS. (JAN)
0615UNK 1 NW FOREST SCOTT MS3237 8949 THE ROOF OF A HOUSE WAS DAMAGED ALONG ANDERSON ST. (JAN)
0640 68 5 SW OPELOUSAS ST. LANDRY LA3047 9214 STORM CHASER MEASURED 68 MPH WIND GUST AND REPORTED LARGE TREE LIMBS DOWN. (LCH)
0647UNK 2 NNW SUNSET ST. LANDRY LA3043 9208 ROOF TORN OFF OF BARN ALONG HWY 178 BETWEEN SUNSET AND BELLEVUE. RELAYED BY ST. LANDRY SHERIFF DEPT. EVENT TIME ESTIMATED BY RADAR. (LCH)
0715UNK FORT ADAMS WILKINSON MS3109 9155 TREES DOWN. TIME ESTIMATED. (LIX)
0715UNK DOUBLE SPRINGS WINSTON AL3415 8740 ARLEE TO DOUBLE SPRINGS FEW LARGE HARDWOOD TREES DOWN. JB (BMX)
0715UNK LITTLEVILLE COLBERT AL3459 8768 TREES AND POWERLINES DOWN IN LITTLEVILLE. (HUN)
0730UNK DOLOROSA WILKINSON MS3131 9136 TREES DOWN. TIME ESTIMATED. (LIX)
0743UNK 1 WSW MILLPORT LAMAR AL3356 8809 NUMEROUS TREES AND POWERLINES DOWN ALONG WELCH ST ... POSSIBLE TORNADO. (BMX)
0750UNK 3 NE SPILLMAN WEST FELICIANA LA3096 9125 TREES BLOWN DOWN NEAR INTERSECTION OF LOUISIANA HIGHWAY 421 AND WHITESTOWN ROAD. TIME ESTIMATED. (LIX)
0815UNK 5 ESE PINOLA SIMPSON MS3184 8988 TREES WERE DOWNED ... PARTIALLY BLOCKING MS HWY 13 JUST NORTH OF THE MS HWY 28 INTERSECTION. (JAN)
0845UNK MADISON MADISON AL3470 8675 TREES DOWN ON GILLESPIE ROAD IN MADISON. (HUN)
0912 80 5 SW NEWTON NEWTON MS3227 8922 A STORM SURVEY INDICATES THAT THIS DAMAGE WAS CAUSED BY STRAIGHT LINE WINDS ESTIMATED TO BE AROUND 80 MPH. NUMEROUS TREES WERE UPROOTED AND SNAPPED AND A ROOF WAS BLOWN (JAN)
0912UNK 5 SW NEWTON NEWTON MS3227 8922 A STORM SURVEY INDICATES THAT THIS DAMAGE WAS CAUSED BY STRAIGHT LINE WINDS ESTIMATED TO BE AROUND 80 MPH. NUMEROUS TREES WERE UPROOTED AND SNAPPED AND A ROOF WAS BLOWN (JAN)
0925UNK 1 E MCCOMB PIKE MS3125 9045 A TREE WAS BLOWN ONTO A HOUSE. (LIX)
0944UNK 3 NW MIZE SMITH MS3190 8959 NUMEROUS LARGE LIMBS DOWN ACROSS CR 73 AND 106. (JAN)
1020UNK 6 W MARION PERRY AL3263 8742 TREES DOWN AND ROOF DAMAGE TO SEVERAL HOMES ALONG AND NEAR CR 3, WEST OF MARION. POSSIBLE TORNADO. (BMX)
1110UNK COLUMBIA MARION MS3126 8983 WINDOWS BLOWN OUT OF A FEW BUSINESSES AND SOME AWNINGS DAMAGED IN DOWNTOWN COLUMBIA. (JAN)
1114 85 MERIDIAN LAUDERDALE MS3238 8871 A 20X20 SECTION OF FLAT ROOF WAS PEELED OFF OF A BUILDING AND THE DOORS WERE BLOWN IN. A BUILDING ACROSS THE STREET RECEIVED MINOR ROOF DAMAGE. (JAN)
1114UNK MERIDIAN LAUDERDALE MS3238 8871 ROOF DAMAGED AT GEOFFERYS TOY STORE. (JAN)
1129UNK 4 NNE ELLISVILLE JONES MS3165 8918 ROOFS OFF SOME BUILDINGS ... TREE DOWN ... AND POWER OUTAGES REPORTED NEAR THE ANTIOCH COMMUNITY SOUTHWEST OF LAUREL. POSSIBLE TORNADO. (JAN)
1155UNK CURRY WALKER AL3396 8721 A FEW TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN AND BLOCKING SMITH LAKE DAM ROAD NEAR CURRY. (BMX)
1157UNK YORK SUMTER AL3250 8830 A FEW TREES AND POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN IN YORK. (BMX)
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