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20110314's Storm Report (1200 UTC - 1159 UTC)
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Map of 110314_rpts's severe weather reports
Note: All data are considered preliminary
Tornado Reports (CSV) (Raw Tornado CSV)(?)
TimeLocationCountyStateLatLonComments
1906 5 SSE BRANDON RANKIN MS3221 8997 THE TORNADO SNAPPED AND UPROOTED TREES AND CAUSED ROOF DAMAGE TO TWO BARNS ALONG THE 1.6 MILE PATH. THE TORNADO FIRST TOUCHED DOWN IN THE ROBINHOOD SUBDIVISION AND TRAC (JAN)
2100 COLUMBIA MARION MS3126 8983 THREE EYEWITNESSES OBSERVED A SMALL TORNADO TOUCHDOWN IN A FIELD ... TRAVEL ABOUT 100 YARDS AND TAKE OFF THE ROOF OF A MOBILE HOME BEFORE LIFTING BACK UP. ESTIMATED PATH (JAN)
Hail Reports (CSV) (Raw Hail CSV)(?)
No reports received
Wind Reports (CSV) (Raw Wind CSV)(?)
Time Speed LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
1750UNK 1 S BOWLING GREEN HOLMES MS3315 8991 LARGE LIMBS DOWN (JAN)
1840 60 2 SE MADISON MADISON MS3243 9008 A LARGE TREE WAS DOWNED IN THE WRIGHTS MILL SUBDIVISION (JAN)
1852UNK 2 E FLORENCE RANKIN MS3215 9009 MULTIPLE LARGE TREES AND LIMBS DOWN IN THE MAGNOLIA SPRINGS SUBDIVISION (JAN)
1852UNK 1 N FLORENCE RANKIN MS3217 9013 TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN ACROSS HIGHWAY 49.INITIALLY REPORTED BY HAM RADIO AND CONFIRMED BY FLORENCE POLICE (JAN)
1854UNK 1 NE FLORENCE RANKIN MS3217 9012 TREES DOWN ACROSS HIGHWAY 469. REPORT FROM FLORENCE POLICE RELAYED THROUGH MEDIA. (JAN)
1905UNK 5 SSE BRANDON RANKIN MS3221 8997 NUMEROUS TREES SNAPPED WITH HEIGHTS GETTING CLOSER TO THE GROUND TO THE NORTHWEST. PORTION OF A ROOF PEELED OFF TO A SMALL SHED LYING 75 YARDS TO THE NORTHEAST OF THE S (JAN)
1945UNK 1 W NEW HEBRON LAWRENCE MS3173 9000 UTILITY LINES WERE DAMAGED NEAR TOWN OF NEW HEBRON. (JAN)
2010UNK LAWRENCE NEWTON MS3233 8923 A TREE AND UTILITY LINES WERE DOWNED NEAR LAWRENCE (JAN)
2039UNK 6 S CHUNKY NEWTON MS3224 8893 TREE DOWN ON POWER LINES ON GRIFFIS-FOUNTAIN ROAD. THE LINES CAME DOWN FROM THE IMPACT. (JAN)
2055UNK 2 NNW MERIDIAN LAUDERDALE MS3241 8872 TREES WERE DOWNED AT KING RD AND N HILLS ST. (JAN)
2200UNK NORTHPORT TUSCALOOSA AL3324 8759 A FEW TREES AND POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN IN NORTHPORT. WINDS WERE ESTIMATED AROUND 40 MPH. (BMX)
2224UNK REMLAP BLOUNT AL3384 8661 ONE TREE DOWN IN ROADWAY. WINDS ESTIMATED AROUND 40 MPH. (BMX)
2224UNK BLOUNTSVILLE BLOUNT AL3410 8658 TREE DOWN ON WIRES. WINDS ESTIMATED AROUND 40 (BMX)
2344UNK 3 W CENTREVILLE BIBB AL3297 8718 TREE FELL ON TRAILOR. WINDS ESTIMATED AROUND 40 MPH. (BMX)
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