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20181010's Storm Reports (20181010 1200 UTC - 20181011 1159 UTC) (Print Version)
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Note: All Reports Are Considered Preliminary
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Tornado Reports (CSV) (Raw Tornado CSV)(?)
TimeLocationCountyStateLatLonComments
1839 2 NW LAKE GENEVA Clay FL2980 8203 A TORNADO WAS CONFIRMED ON THE GROUND BY A JAX NWS EMPLOYEE IN LAKE BROOKLYN. (JAX)
1905 2 NW LAKE GENEVA CLAY FL2980 8203 A TORNADO WAS CONFIRMED ON THE GROUND BY A JAX NWS EMPLOYEE IN LAKE BROOKLYN. (JAX)
1905 5 NNW LAKE GENEVA Bradford FL2984 8205 A TORNADO WAS CONFIRMED ON THE GROUND BY CLAY COUNTY EMERGENGY MANAGEMENT. (JAX)
1920 1 NNW KINGSLEY Clay FL2998 8201 BRADFORD COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE REPORTED AN UNCONFIRMEND TORNADO TOUCHDOWN NEAR CAMP BLANDING THAT MOVED NORTHBOUND AT APPROXIMATELY 30 MPH TOWARDS STARKE. THE TORNADO (JAX)
2005 4 W HORNS CRAWFORD GA3268 8408 MULTIPLE STRUCTURES DAMAGED ALONG WITH TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN ON FLINT RIVER ESTATES RD ON HWY 128 WEST OF ROBERTA. (FFC)
2230 2 SW SARASOTA SARASOTA FL2731 8257 PUBLIC VIDEO SHOWS A WATERSPOUT MOVE ASHORE NEAR LIDO BEACH AS A BRIEF TORNADO BEFORE DISSIPATING. TIME ESTIMATED BY RADAR. (TBW)
0317 1 W BRANCHVILLE ORANGEBURG SC3325 8083 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR EDWARD ST AND TRAVELED ABOUT 1 MILE NORTHWARD TO CALHOUN ST CAUSING MINOR DAMAGE TO TREES. (CAE)
0328 3 S ROWESVILLE ORANGEBURG SC3333 8085 A SECOND TORNADO TOUCHDOWN OCCURRED ALONG THE PATH OF THE STORM BEGINNING ON HOLLYHOCK RD. THIS TORNADO PRODUCED NON-CONTINUOUS DAMAGE TO TREES AS IT MOVED NORTHWARD TH (CAE)
0348 1 WNW ORANGEBURG ORANGEBURG SC3350 8088 A THIRD TORNADO TOUCHDOWN OCCURRED NEAR THE CITY OF ORANGEBURG ... SC ON BROOKSIDE DRIVE AND PINEHILL ROAD. THIS TORNADO CAUSED NON-CONTINUOUS DAMAGE TO LARGE TREES AS I (CAE)
0822 6 SSE EASTOVER RICHLAND SC3381 8064 THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR JOE COLLINS ROAD ... UPROOTING SEVERAL TREES ALONG THE ROAD. IT CONTINUED NORTHWARD TO REYNOLDS ROAD CAUSING A LARGE HARDWOOD TREE TO UPROO (CAE)
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The Storm Reports page is organized based on reports received from 1200 UTC to 1159 UTC the next day. For example, storm report page for 20150430 covers reports from 20150430 at 1200 UTC to 20150501 at 1159 UTC.
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All Times UTC.
Wind Gusts in MPH.
Hail Sizes in 1/100 of an Inch (175 = 1.75")
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