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20210317's Storm Reports (20210317 1200 UTC - 20210318 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
1707 4 WSW WHISTLER WAYNE MS3168 8887 REPORT OF HOMES DAMAGED NEAR STRENGTHFORD COOLEY ROAD. NO DETAILS AT THIS TIME. (MOB)
1731 4 NNE WARD SUMTER AL3241 8824 A NWS SURVEY TEAM CONFIRMED DAMAGE FROM A BRIEF EF-0 TORNADO IN SOUTHERN SUMTER COUNTY. THE TORNADO BEGAN AND ENDED NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF WALKER ROAD AND HIGHWAY 17. (BMX)
1732 4 ENE SELMA DALLAS AL3242 8695 *** 2 INJ *** AN EF2 TORNADO PRODUCED DAMAGE FOR 5.08 MILES AND WAS 1000 YARDS WIDE AT ITS WIDEST POINT. TWO PEOPLE SUFFERED MINOR INJURIES. THE TORNADO BEGAN JUST EAST (BMX)
1732 1 NNW BURNSVILLE DALLAS AL3249 8690 *** 2 INJ *** EF2 TORNADO DAMAGE PATH WAS 5.08 MILES LONG AND 1000 YARDS WIDE AT ITS WIDEST POINT. TWO MINOR INJURIES WERE SUFFERED AS HOME WAS DESTROYED NEAR SR 14. DA (BMX)
1757 4 N LILITA SUMTER AL3254 8813 A NWS SURVEY TEAM CONFIRMED DAMAGE FROM AN EF1 TORNADO THAT BEGAN ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF HIGHWAY 28E JUST EAST OF LIVINGSTON AND ENDED NEAR PORT OF EPES HIGHWAY ON APPROA (BMX)
1816 6 WSW SONTAG LINCOLN MS3161 9030 TORNADO DAMAGED TREES FROM NOLA RD TO AUTREY TO SANDIFER TO COTTEN. A ROOF WAS OFF A STRUCTURE ON COTTEN. TDS WAS ALSO NOTED DURING THIS TIME. (JAN)
1824 2 ENE BILLINGSLEY AUTAUGA AL3267 8667 AN EF1 TORNADO PRODUCED DAMAGE FOR 2.87 MILES AND WAS 150 YARDS WIDE AT ITS WIDEST POINT. DAMAGE WAS OBSERVED FROM TOM MINER ROAD EAST OF BILLINGSLEY TO JUST NORTH OF C (BMX)
1826 2 ENE BILLINGSLEY AUTAUGA AL3267 8667 MULTIPLE TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN AND AT LEAST ONE STRUCTURE WAS DAMAGED NEAR HIGHWAY 24 AND HIGHWAY 34. ADDITIONAL DAMAGE WAS REPORTED ALONG HIGHWAY 53. (BMX)
1856 4 W HIGGINS FERRY PARK CHILTON AL3285 8652 AN EF1 TORNADO PRODUCED DAMAGED FOR 3.04 MILES AND WAS 500 YARDS WIDE AT ITS WIDEST POINT. THE TORNADO WAS EAST OF CLANTON AND PRODUCED SOME STRUCTURAL DAMAGE AND KNOCK (BMX)
1901 4 W HIGGINS FERRY PARK CHILTON AL3285 8652 TORNADO REPORTED ON THE GROUND AND CAUSING DAMAGE EAST OF CLANTON ON HIGHWAY 491. RADAR ALSO HAD A TDS AT THIS LOCATION. (BMX)
1903 2 ESE MCDOWELL MARENGO AL3251 8789 A NWS SURVEY TEAM CONFIRMED A BRIEF EF0 TORNADO THAT CROSSED LOCK AND DAM ROAD JUST WEST OF FOSCUE PARK ... OUTSIDE OF THE CITY OF DEMOPOLIS. DAMAGE CONSISTED OF UPROOTE (BMX)
1905 2 WNW DEMOPOLIS SUMTER AL3253 8787 TORNADO OBSERVED VIA TV STATION WEBCAM BROADCAST WITH POWER FLASH AND STORM CHASER DRONE VIDEO. (BMX)
1912 1 E MOUND STATE PARK HALE AL3300 8762 AN EF1 TORNADO PRODUCED DAMAGE FOR 22.03 MILES AND WAS 550 YARDS WIDE AT ITS WIDEST POINT. THE TORNADO STARTED IN MARTIN SLOUGH EAST OF THE WARRIOR RIVER AND LIFTED NNW (BMX)
1922 3 SW SWEET WATER MARENGO AL3207 8790 NWS METEOROLOGISTS SURVEYED DAMAGE SOUTH OF SWEET WATER AND DETERMINED THAT IT WAS CONSISTENT WITH AN EF1 TORNADO. THE TORNADO BEGAN ALONG MARENGO COUNTY 6. IT CONTINUE (BMX)
1922 1 SSW STEWARTVILLE COOSA AL3307 8625 TORNADO LIKELY FROM TDS ON LOCAL RADAR NEAR WEOGUFKA. (BMX)
1926 6 W FARMERVILLE UNION LA3276 9250 AN EF1 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ALONG EDMONDS CREEK AND MOVED NORTHEASTWARD ... SNAPPING AND UPROOTING HUNDREDS OF TREES ALONG ITS 2.7 MILE PATH. SEVERAL HOMES ... AWNINGS ... (SHV)
1929 1 E MOUND STATE PARK HALE AL3300 8762 ROOF DAMAGE TO A NUMBER OF HOUSES IN THE CITY ON BOTH SIDES OF THE COUNTY LINE. SEVERAL BUSINESSES DAMAGED IN MOUNDVILLE. (BMX)
1929 UNITY COOSA AL3301 8635 NWS METEOROLOGISTS SURVEYED DAMAGE AROUND COOSA COUNTY 56 AND DETERMINED THAT IT WAS CAUSED BY A BRIEF EF0 TORNADO. DAMAGE WAS LIMITED TO AN UPROOTED PINE TREE AND SEVE (BMX)
1929 3 WSW MILLER STEAM PLAN JEFFERSON AL3362 8711 TORNADO REPORTED BY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT NEAR BIRMINGPORT. (BMX)
1931 5 W FARMERVILLE UNION LA3279 9248 EMERGENCY MANAGER FOR UNION PARISH CONFIRMED AT LEAST A SHORT TREE DAMAGE PATH JUST WEST OF FARMERVILLE ... CROSSING HIGHWAY 2. AN NWS STORM SURVEY WILL FINALIZE DAMAGE (SHV)
1931 2 ENE MOUND STATE PARK TUSCALOOSA AL3301 8761 MULTIPLE HOMES DAMAGED IN THE WATERBURY SUBDIVISION. (BMX)
2009 LAKE WILDWOOD TUSCALOOSA AL3319 8737 AN EF1 TORNADO PRODUCED DAMAGE FOR 0.53 MILES AND WAS 150 YARDS WIDE AT ITS WIDEST POINT. MINOR STRUCTURE AND TIMBER DAMAGE OCCURRED ALONG THE PATH. (BMX)
2010 LAKE WILDWOOD TUSCALOOSA AL3319 8737 DAMAGE REPORTED IN THE WILDWOOD COMMUNITY. DETAILS UNKNOWN. (BMX)
2025 1 NW EAST BROOKWOOD TUSCALOOSA AL3329 8730 THE TORNADO PRODUCED DAMAGE FOR 3.51 MILES AND WAS 650 YARDS WIDE AT ITS WIDEST POINT. THE TORNADO PRODUCED SIGNIFICANT TIMBER DAMAGE ... SOME STRUCTURE DAMAGE AND DAMA (BMX)
2047 4 SSE GRETNA WAYNE MS3171 8847 THREE STRUCTURES DAMAGED. REPORT VIA EMA. (MOB)
2056 4 W SILAS CHOCTAW AL3176 8839 INCREASING DEBRIS SIGNATURE ON RADAR. CONFIRMED VIA DRONE FOOTAGE AND SEVERAL PHOTOS/VIDEOS OF A TORNADO MOVING THROUGH THE SILAS COMMUNITY ON SOCIAL MEDIA. (MOB)
2106 4 SSE DOLOROSA WILKINSON MS3126 9133 A ONE MILE LONG ... 100 YARD WIDE ... EF0 TORNADO WITH MAX WINDS OF 85 MPH TOUCHED DOWN JUST WEST OF HIGHWAY 61 NORTH IN WILKINSON COUNTY ... MS. THE TORNADO WAS RECORDED (LIX)
2107 1 SE BULL CITY JEFFERSON AL3341 8725 REPORTED BY SPOTTER WHO WAS SE OF THIS LOCATION ... LOOKING NW. (BMX)
2111 1 E CENTRAL MILLS DALLAS AL3228 8743 NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE METEOROLOGISTS SURVEYED DAMAGE JUST EAST OF CENTRAL MILLS AND FOUND IT CONSISTENT WITH A TORNADO. THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR AL HIGHWAY 66 W (BMX)
2120 4 N WEST BEND CLARKE AL3188 8813 SEVERAL HOMES ON STILTS WERE SEVERELY DAMAGED IN THE WEST BEND COMMUNITY FROM TORNADO AT 4:20PM. EMERGENCY MANAGER REPORTED. (MOB)
2130 CAMPBELL LANDING RD. CLARKE AL3196 8807 *** 2 INJ *** CAMPBELL LANDING RD. IN CLARKE COUNTY ... ALABAMA. TORNADO DAMAGE TO FOUR HOMES ... ONE HOME IS DESTROYED ... TWO PEOPLE INJURED. TORNADO ESTIMATED AT 4:30PM (MOB)
2130 MORVIN CLARKE AL3199 8799 SIGNIFICANT TREE AND POWER LINE DAMAGE ON HIGHWAY 69 IN MORVIN ... ALABAMA FROM TORNADO AT 4:30PM. VERIFIED BY A TRAINED SPOTTER. (MOB)
2130 1 W MAYTOWN JEFFERSON AL3354 8702 CORRECTS PREVIOUS TORNADO REPORT FROM 1 W MAYTOWN. A NWS SURVEY TEAM CONFIRMED EF-1 TORNADO DAMAGE IN THE MAYTOWN AREA OF JEFFERSON COUNTY. TREES WERE SNAPPED AND UPROO (BMX)
2134 2 SSE PUTNAM MARENGO AL3199 8802 THIS LONG TRACK TORNADO BEGAN IN THE NWS MOBILE FORECAST AREA AND TRAVELED ALMOST 35 MILES THROUGH WAYNE ... CHOCTAW ... AND CLARKE COUNTIES AS AN EF2 TORNADO. IT WEAKENE (BMX)
2137 1 SE MCGEHEE DESHA AR3362 9138 A VERY BRIEF ... ROPE-LIKE TORNADO OCCURRED IN A FARM FIELD ABOUT A MILE SOUTHEAST OF MCGEHEE. NO VISIBLE STRUCTURE DAMAGE WAS OBSERVED. TIME IS BASED ON RADAR. (LZK)
2139 2 SE PUTNAM MARENGO AL3200 8801 MULTIPLE TREES DOWN ALONG HWY 69. (BMX)
2154 SWEET WATER MARENGO AL3209 8787 NWS METEOROLOGISTS SURVEYED DAMAGE IN AND NORTH OF SWEET WATER AND DETERMINED THAT IT WAS CONSISTENT WITH AN EF0 TORNADO. THE TORNADO BEGAN NEAR 3RD AVENUE IN SWEET WAT (BMX)
2155 1 SSW SWEET WATER MARENGO AL3209 8787 DAMAGE REPORTED ALONG NICHOLSVILLE RD. TREES DOWN AND 1 MOBILE HOME DAMAGED. (BMX)
2156 1 SSE MOUNT OLIVE JEFFERSON AL3366 8685 *** 1 INJ *** CORRECTS PREVIOUS TORNADO REPORT FROM 1 SSE MOUNT OLIVE. A NWS SURVEY TEAM CONFIRMED EF-0 TORNADO DAMAGE IN THE MOUNT OLIVE AREA OF JEFFERSON COUNTY. DAMA (BMX)
2158 1 E MOUNT OLIVE JEFFERSON AL3367 8684 POWER LINES/POLES DOWN IN THE 2400 BLOCK OF MT. OLIVE RD. (BMX)
2212 2 WNW BILLINGSLEY CHILTON AL3267 8674 THE TORNADO PRODUCED DAMAGE FOR 5.84 MILES AND WAS 400 YARDS WIDE AT ITS WIDEST POINT. THE TORNADO STARTED NEAR THE SWAMPY AREA ALONG LITTLE MULBERRY CREEK NORTHWEST OF (BMX)
2218 2 S POOLES CROSSROADS CHILTON AL3272 8672 HOMES DAMAGED IN THE POOLS CROSSROADS AREA. (BMX)
2230 5 NW EAGLE ROCK BARRY MO3660 9382 INTERMITTENT TORNADO PATH 5 MILES NORTHWEST OF EAGLE ROCK TO 3 MILES SOUTH OF HURLEY. HARDWOOD TREES UPROOTED ... SHINGLES REMOVED FROM SINGLE WIDE MOBILE HOME AND OUTBU (SGF)
2243 2 S FAIRVIEW BLOUNT AL3392 8656 A NWS SURVEY TEAM CONFIRMED DAMAGE FROM AN EF-1 TORNADO THAT AFFECTED LOCATIONS JUST NORTHWEST OF ONEONTA IN BLOUNT COUNTY. THE TORNADO BEGAN NEAR TIM KING ROAD ALONG H (BMX)
2316 5 NNW BAXTERVILLE LAMAR MS3115 8961 THIS BRIEF EF0 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR CARROLL AND CANEY CHURCH ROAD. A FEW TREES WERE DOWN AND A COUPLE SHEDS WERE DESTROYED. DAMAGE WAS BLOWN ACROSS A FIELD IN A NO (JAN)
2337 ELSEY STONE MO3686 9354 CORRECTS PREVIOUS TSTM WND DMG REPORT FROM ELSEY. TREES WERE REPORTED DOWN AND ROAD BLOCKED ON HIGHWAY 413. SPOTTER CONFIRMED TORNADO ON THE GROUND. DAMAGE REPORTED TO (SGF)
2345 2 ESE WHEELERVILLE STONE MO3683 9359 DAMAGE REPORTED TO A HOUSE AND TREES DOWN AT 248 AND BUTTONWOOD ROAD JUST EAST OF BARRY/STONE LINE. MULTIPLE REPORTS OF POWER LINES AND TREES DOWN. GOLF BALL HAIL WAS R (SGF)
0025 5 SW OKOLONA CHICKASAW MS3395 8882 EF0 TORNADO DEVELOPED WEST OF COUNTY RD 410 SOUTHWEST OF OKOLONA. THE TORNADO DAMAGE A BARN AND UPROOTED TREES. (MEG)
0031 3 WNW OKOLONA CHICKASAW MS3403 8880 EF0 TORNADO DEVELOPED NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF HIGHWAY 41 AND CR 413. TORNADO PATH WAS INTERMITTENT AND DAMAGE WAS LIMITED TO TREES. (MEG)
0039 1 SW NETTLETON MONROE MS3408 8863 EF0 TORNADO DEVELOPED JUST SOUTHWEST OF NETTLETON IN EXTREME NORTHWEST MONROE COUNTY. PATH WAS INTERMITTENT. MOST OF THE DAMAGE WAS CONFINED TO TREES WITH THE TORNADO L (MEG)
0056 3 W PORTERVILLE KEMPER MS3269 8852 THIS BRIEF EF0 TOUCHED DOWN NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF FIRE TOWER AND CHAPEL HILL ROAD. GROUND SURVEY AND DRONE FOOTAGE SHOWED SOME TREES DAMAGED BY BEING UPROOTED OR HAV (JAN)
0135 5 ENE VIDA JUNCTION AUTAUGA AL3260 8661 NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE METEOROLOGISTS SURVEYED DAMAGE SOUTH OF WHITE CITY AND FOUND IT CONSISTENT WITH A TORNADO. THE TORNADO BRIEFLY TOUCHED DOWN ALONG COUNTY ROAD 4 (BMX)
0343 4 NNW PINE LEVEL MONTGOMERY AL3213 8608 A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN BRIEFLY ON THE EAST SIDE OF HIGHWAY 231 ON THE NORTH SIDE OF PINE LEVEL IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY WEDNESDAY EVENING. THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ON A FAR (BMX)
0908 1 NE BRANTLEY CRENSHAW AL3159 8624 EF-1 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN FROM .52 MILES 1 MILE NORTHEAST OF BRANTLEY ALABAMA. PATH WAS 150 YARDS WIDE AT ITS WIDEST AND DAMAGE OCCURRED ALONG NELVIN WALLACE RD. (MOB)
0908 1 NE BRANTLEY CRENSHAW AL3159 8625 BARN DESTROYED. (MOB)
1032 1 WNW W. MAIN/BRANNON S HOUSTON AL3124 8549 SEVERAL TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN. (TAE)
1051 2 NW KINSEY HENRY AL3132 8537 TDS OBSERVED ON RADAR IN FORESTED AREA WITH TREE DAMAGE. NO STRUCTURAL DAMAGE REPORTED. (TAE)
1102 2 ESE RED HEAD WASHINGTON FL3047 8581 TDS OBSERVED ON RADAR OVER A FORESTED AREA WITH TREE DAMAGE. NO STRUCTURAL DAMAGE REPORTED. (TAE)
1103NW FLORIDA BEACHES INTL BAY FL3035 8580 EF0 TORNADO CONFIRMED FROM STORM SURVEY. (TAE)
1125 BAYOU GEORGE BAY FL3026 8553 EF1 TORNADO CONFIRMED FROM STORM SURVEY. (TAE)
1144 3 SSE EARLY CO A/P EARLY GA3136 8488 TDS OBSERVED ON RADAR IN A FORESTED AREA WITH TREE DAMAGE. NO STRUCTURAL DAMAGE REPORTED. (TAE)
Hail Reports (CSV) (Raw Hail CSV)(?)
Time Size LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
1305100 KLIEVER MONITEAU MO3870 9250 (LSX)
1310100 2 ESE CENTERTOWN COLE MO3861 9237 VIA TWITTER WITH PICTURE. (LSX)
1314100 1 WNW SAINT MARTINS COLE MO3860 9235 REPORT FROM MPING: QUARTER (1.00 IN.). (LSX)
1610100 2 E HILSHIRE VILLAGE HARRIS TX2979 9546 SOCIAL MEDIA PHOTO POST OF 1 INCH HAIL . (HGX)
1719100 1 ENE LAMAR COUNTY AIRP LAMAR AL3386 8810 MOSTLY DIME SIZE HAIL ... BUT A FEW TO QUARTER SIZE NEAR THE LAMAR COUNTY AIRPORT. HAIL LASTED ONLY A MINUTE OR TWO. (BMX)
1723100 1 ENE LAMAR COUNTY AIRP LAMAR AL3386 8810 CORRECTS PREVIOUS HAIL REPORT FROM 1 ENE LAMAR COUNTY AIRPORT. MOSTLY DIME SIZE HAIL ... BUT A FEW TO QUARTER SIZE NEAR THE LAMAR COUNTY AIRPORT. HAIL LASTED ONLY A MINU (BMX)
1731100 1 ENE LAMAR COUNTY AIRP LAMAR AL3386 8810 MOSTLY DIME SIZE HAIL ... BUT A FEW TO QUARTER SIZE NEAR THE LAMAR COUNTY AIRPORT. HAIL LASTED ONLY A MINUTE OR TWO. (BMX)
1853100 3 SSE BROKEN ARROW TULSA OK3602 9577 OFF DUTY METEOROLOGIST 1 MILE WEST OF NSU BA. (TSA)
1857275 GORDO PICKENS AL3332 8790 BASEBALL AND GOLFBALL SIZE HAIL IN GORDO. RELAYED THROUGH SOCIAL MEDIA PICTURES. (BMX)
1942100 4 SSE GRAY TULSA OK3608 9605 REPORT FROM MPING: QUARTER (1.00 IN.). (TSA)
2045125 2 W LANAGAN MCDONALD MO3660 9449 PUBLIC REPORT RELAYED BY LAW ENFORCEMENT. (SGF)
2054100 ANDERSON MCDONALD MO3665 9444 (SGF)
2055175 PINEVILLE MCDONALD MO3660 9438 (SGF)
2057100 2 NW ANDERSON MCDONALD MO3667 9447 (SGF)
2058175 ANDERSON MCDONALD MO3665 9444 (SGF)
2059100 2 NW PINEVILLE MCDONALD MO3662 9441 (SGF)
2101200 ANDERSON MCDONALD MO3665 9444 DAMAGE REPORTED TO VEHICLE WINDOWS. (SGF)
2110100 1 S OAK GROVE WASHINGTON AR3618 9419 DELAYED REPORT: RESTAURANT EMPLOYEE REPORTS UP TO 1 HAIL NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF HIGHWAY 412 AND I-49. HAIL ALSO COVERED THE GROUND. (TSA)
2123100 4 W STELLA NEWTON MO3676 9426 (SGF)
2201125 GATEWAY BENTON AR3649 9394 DELAYED REPORT: STORE OWNER REPORTS HAIL UP TO 1.25 IN DIAMETER WITH HAIL COVERING THE GROUND. HAIL WAS STILL ON THE GROUND THE FOLLOWING MORNING. TIME ESTIMATED FROM R (TSA)
2205100 1 N STELLA NEWTON MO3678 9419 (SGF)
2207175 GATEWAY BENTON AR3649 9393 RELAYED VIA SOCIAL MEDIA (TSA)
2210100 3 NW TROY PONTOTOC MS3420 8893 QUARTER SIZE HAIL IN BLACK ZION (MEG)
2213100 3 SSW SHILOH SUMTER GA3211 8432 HAIL UP TO A QUARTER SIZED IN DIAMETER WAS REPORTED ALONG HWY 30 IN BETWEEN BUCHANAN RD AND YOUNGS MILL RD. (FFC)
2218125 SELIGMAN BARRY MO3652 9394 (SGF)
2220100 5 NNE FURRS PONTOTOC MS3429 8883 QUARTER SIZE HAIL IN CHESTERVILLE COMMUNITY. (MEG)
2221100 2 SE CASSVILLE BARRY MO3666 9384 (SGF)
2223150 4 SW SHERMAN PONTOTOC MS3432 8888 ESTIMATED 1 1/2 INCH SIZED HAIL REPORTED IN ENDVILLE COMMUNITY. CORRECTED TIME AND LOCATION. (MEG)
2225175 4 SE SHERMAN LEE MS3432 8879 GOLF BALL SIZE HAIL IN BELDEN. (MEG)
2225100 SHERMAN PONTOTOC MS3436 8884 NEAR OLD HIGHWAY 9 (MEG)
2230100 4 WNW EAGLE ROCK BARRY MO3657 9382 (SGF)
2234125 5 NW EAGLE ROCK BARRY MO3659 9383 HALF DOLLAR SIZED HAIL REPORTED VIA MPING. (SGF)
2235125 7 SW SALTILLO LEE MS3431 8878 QUARTER TO HALF DOLLAR SIZED HAIL NEAR BELDEN. (MEG)
2236125 3 ENE PURDY BARRY MO3684 9387 (SGF)
2242100 1 SE MONETT BARRY MO3691 9392 (SGF)
2243150 ENDVILLE PANOLA MS3432 8988 ESTIMATED 1 1/2 INCH SIZED HAIL REPORTED IN ENDVILLE. (MEG)
2243100 4 WSW STOTTS CITY LAWRENCE MO3708 9402 QUARTER SIZED HAIL REPORTED VIA MPING. (SGF)
2252200 5 NW EAGLE ROCK BARRY MO3659 9383 TWO INCH HAIL REPORTED VIA MPING. (SGF)
2304125 MOUNT VERNON LAWRENCE MO3711 9382 (SGF)
2305100 3 SSW SHILOH SUMTER GA3211 8432 HAIL UP TO A QUARTER SIZED IN DIAMETER WAS REPORTED ALONG HWY 30 IN BETWEEN BUCHANAN RD AND YOUNGS MILL RD. (FFC)
2306175 2 ENE HOBERG LAWRENCE MO3708 9382 (SGF)
2306100 1 SE MOUNT VERNON LAWRENCE MO3709 9381 QUARTER SIZED HAIL REPORTED VIA MPING. (SGF)
2316100 1 SE MOUNT VERNON LAWRENCE MO3710 9381 (SGF)
2327200 WHEELERVILLE BARRY MO3684 9363 HEN EGG SIZED HAIL REPORTED VIA MPING. (SGF)
2356100 2 N BOAZ CHRISTIAN MO3704 9340 QUARTER SIZED HAIL REPORTED VIA MPING. (SGF)
2358100 1 WSW NIXA CHRISTIAN MO3704 9331 (SGF)
0000150 1 S HIGHLANDVILLE CHRISTIAN MO3692 9328 PING PONG BALL SIZED HAIL WAS REPORTED. (SGF)
0010100 1 W OZARK CHRISTIAN MO3702 9323 QUARTER SIZED HAIL REPORTED VIA MPING. (SGF)
0058100 SEYMOUR WEBSTER MO3715 9277 REPORT OF QUARTER SIZED HAIL. (SGF)
Wind Reports (CSV) (Raw Wind CSV)(?)
Time Speed LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
1208UNK 8 NW OMAHA TITUS TX3325 9485 SHERIFF OFFICE REPORTS MULTIPLE HIGHWAY SIGNS DOWN ON I-30 AS WELL AS A FEW TREES ALSO DOWN IN THE SAME NORTHERN PART OF THE COUNTY ALONG I-30. SMALL HAIL WAS ALSO REPO (SHV)
1213UNK MOUNT PLEASANT TITUS TX3317 9497 MANY TREES AND POWER LINES REPORTED DOWN IN CITY OF MOUNT PLEASANT BY PD. (SHV)
1215UNK 1 NW MOUNT PLEASANT TITUS TX3317 9498 CORRECTS PREVIOUS TSTM WND DMG REPORT FROM 1 NW MOUNT PLEASANT. PUBLIC SENT PICTURES VIA NWS SHREVEPORT TWITTER OF WIND DAMAGE TO FENCES AND SCOREBOARD AT SOFTBALL FIEL (SHV)
1215UNK 1 WNW MOUNT PLEASANT TITUS TX3317 9500 CORRECTS PREVIOUS TSTM WND DMG REPORT FROM 5 NE MOUNT PLEASANT. MCDONALDS SIGN BLOWN OVER AND GAS PUMP BLOWN OVER AT CONVENIENCE STORE E-Z MART ... AT I-30 AND BUS 271. (SHV)
1215UNK 5 NE MOUNT PLEASANT TITUS TX3321 9491 MCDONALDS SIGN BLOWN OVER AND GAS PUMP BLOWN OVER AT CONVENIENCE STORE ... WINDS ESTIMATED AT 60-75 MPH. (SHV)
1228UNK 6 SSW DE KALB BOWIE TX3342 9466 TREE IN THE SOUTH BOUND LANE OF US 259 AT THE INTERSECTION OF CR 4235. (SHV)
1230UNK BATESVILLE PANOLA MS3432 8994 TREE DOWN ON ROOF ... CAUSING MINOR ROOF DAMAGE. (MEG)
1252UNK 1 WNW ARP SMITH TX3224 9508 MULTIPLE TREES REPORTED DOWN IN THE SOUTH EAST PART OF THE COUNTY. (SHV)
1338UNK10 NW NESBITT HARRISON TX3268 9458 TREES REPORTED DOWN. (SHV)
1347UNK NASHVILLE HOWARD AR3395 9385 SEVERAL TREES REPORTED DOWN IN THE NASHVILLE AREA. (SHV)
1352UNK 4 SW UNCERTAIN HARRISON TX3267 9417 TREES DOWN IN KARNACK ... TROOPER VEHICLE DAMAGED WITH FALLING TREE ... NO INJURIES. (SHV)
1355UNK 6 S SCOTTSVILLE HARRISON TX3245 9424 TREES DOWN IN ELYSIAN FIELDS AND A TREE FELL ON A TROOPERS VEHICLE DAMAGING THE VEHICLE ... NO INJURIES. (SHV)
1415UNK 2 W CARTHAGE PANOLA TX3216 9437 SEVERAL TREES DOWN. (SHV)
1737UNK 4 NNE WARD SUMTER AL3242 8824 CORRECTS PREVIOUS TSTM WND DMG REPORT FROM 4 NNE WARD. 20 TO 30 TREES BLOWN DOWN AND MINOR STRUCTURAL DAMAGE NEAR HIGHWAY 17 AND WALKER ROAD. POSSIBLE TORNADO. (BMX)
1744UNK 1 NNW BURNSVILLE DALLAS AL3249 8690 SEVERAL TREES AND POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN ALONG HIGHWAY 83 ... HIGHWAY 84 ... HIGHWAY 528 ... AND HIGHWAY 26. AT LEAST ONE STRUCTURE WAS DAMAGED. POSSIBLE TORNADO. (BMX)
1802UNK BLUFFPORT SUMTER AL3259 8812 SEVERAL TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN AND AT LEAST 4 STRUCTURES WERE DAMAGED IN BLUFFPORT. DAMAGE WAS REPORTED AT HIGHWAY 21 AND VALLEY ROAD. POSSIBLE TORNADO. (BMX)
1829UNK 2 NW SONTAG LAWRENCE MS3167 9023 TIN BLOW OFF 2 SHEDS ... A LARGE METAL CARPORT FLIPPED AND SEVERAL LARGE LIMBS DOWN. (JAN)
1853UNK MEDON MADISON TN3546 8887 TREES DOWN AND LIKELY POWER LINES TOO ALONG RIVERSIDE AND ROCHELL ROAD IN MEDON. (MEG)
1914UNK 4 ENE DUBACH LINCOLN LA3272 9259 SEVERAL TREES SNAPPED AND UPROOTED ALONG HWY 151 DUE TO DOWNBURST WINDS OF AROUND 85 MPH. (SHV)
2030UNK 3 SE LYLE COOSA AL3286 8631 REPORT FROM MPING: 3-INCH TREE LIMBS BROKEN; POWER POLES BROKEN. (BMX)
2047 69 4 WNW NEW IBERIA IBERIA LA3003 9188 KARA MEASURED A 60KT PEAK WIND GUST. (LCH)
2052UNKN FORT ADAMS WILKINSON MS3109 9155 PUBLIC REPORTED TREE DEBRIS ON ROAD 61 VIA SOCIAL MEDIA IN WILKINSON COUNTY. POSSIBLE TORNADO. (LIX)
2100UNK SILAS CHOCTAW AL3178 8832 FOUR HOMES DAMAGED AND TREES DOWN ON SILAS BRANCH RD IN THE SILAS COMMUNITY. (MOB)
2127UNK 1 S DENHAM SPRINGS LIVINGSTON LA3047 9096 PUBLIC REPORTED VIA SOCIAL MEDIA ABOUT A FALLEN TREE IN DENHAM SPRINGS ON HWY 447/WALKER S RD AND BOTH NB/SB OF HAMMACK RD/HOOD RD. (LIX)
2132UNK 3 ENE OAK HILLS PLACE EAST BATON ROUGE LA3039 9104 REPORT FROM EAST BATON ROUGE PARISH ABOUT POWER LINE DOWN AND TREE ON VEHICLE NEAR JEFFERSON AND STUMBERG BY TIGER BEND. (LIX)
2139UNK 2 SW KIRBY FRANKLIN MS3149 9101 TREE LIMBS DOWNED ALONG US 84. (JAN)
2154UNK 2 ESE VICKSBURG WARREN MS3234 9085 UTILITY POLE AND LINES DOWNED ON CLAY ST NEAR I-20. (JAN)
2205UNK 2 N GARDENDALE JEFFERSON AL3369 8682 DAMAGE REPORTED ALONG HWY 31. POSSIBLE TORNADO. (BMX)
2208UNK 3 N UTICA HINDS MS3215 9063 TREES DOWNED IN UTICA AND ALONG THE NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY. (JAN)
2216UNK BOLTON HINDS MS3235 9046 TREES DOWNED. (JAN)
2217UNK BROWNSVILLE HINDS MS3245 9044 TREES DOWNED. (JAN)
2218UNK 5 W PHOENIX YAZOO MS3258 9065 SMALL TO MEDIUM SIZED LIMBS DOWNED ALONG MS HIGHWAY 3. (JAN)
2243UNK WALKER LIVINGSTON LA3048 9087 CAJUN NAVY VIA SOCIAL MEDIA REPORTS ROOF DAMAGE TO A HOME. TIME ESTIMATED BY RADAR. (LIX)
2244UNK CANTON MADISON MS3261 9004 SCATTERED TREES AND TREE LIMBS DOWNED ACROSS MADISON COUNTY. (JAN)
2247UNK 2 NE TOPEKA LAWRENCE MS3144 9016 A FEW TREES DOWN AND MULTIPLE LARGE LIMBS WERE BROKEN. A LARGE SECTION OF TIN WAS TORN OFF A LARGE CARPORT TYPE STRUCTURE. (JAN)
2248UNK 3 NE FRANKLINTON WASHINGTON LA3088 9011 NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN ... AND SOME ROOF DAMAGE TO SOME HOMES. DAMAGE WAS REPORTED PARSH-WIDE ... BUT OCCURRED MOSTLY NORTH AND EAST OF FRANKLINTON. (LIX)
2250 59 JAN AIRPORT RANKIN MS3232 9008 MEASURED AT THE JAN ASOS. (JAN)
2251UNK GOSS MARION MS3136 8989 POWERLINES DOWN AT THE CORNER OF HWY 13 AND RIVERBEND ROAD. (JAN)
2252UNK ROSA BLOUNT AL3399 8651 TREES DOWN NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF HWY 231 AND CR 33. POSSIBLE TORNADO. (BMX)
2254UNK 5 WNW SHELL KNOB BARRY MO3666 9371 LARGE TREE WAS REPORTED DOWN ON HIGHWAY 76 BLOCKING TRAFFIC. (SGF)
2258UNK 3 ENE CAMERON MADISON MS3285 8983 TREE DOWNED ON A HOUSE ON HARPER RD. (JAN)
2301UNK 2 SW SANDY HOOK MARION MS3101 8982 ONE HOME DAMAGED AND TREES DOWN ON MILITARY RD. (JAN)
2301UNK 2 E LUCAS JEFFERSON DAVIS MS3158 8993 TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN ON BUDDY PRICE RD. (JAN)
2302UNK 1 ESE HENDRIX BLOUNT AL3403 8644 STRUCTURAL DAMAGE ALONG PROMISE LANE. POSSIBLE TORNADO. (BMX)
2303UNK 3 ENE SANDY HOOK MARION MS3105 8975 POSSIBLE TORNADO ... REPORT RECEIVED VIA SM OF CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE TO A FEW HOMES ALONG HIGHWAY 43 ABOUT 15 MILES SOUTH OF COLUMBIA. (JAN)
2303UNK PROGRESS JEFFERSON DAVIS MS3154 8993 CORRECTS PREVIOUS TSTM WND DMG REPORT FROM PROGRESS. A FEW TREES DOWN ON PROGRESS RD. (JAN)
2305UNK 3 NE PRENTISS JEFFERSON DAVIS MS3162 8984 TREES AND POWERLINES DOWN ON MT. ZION RD. NEAR HWY 84. (JAN)
2305UNK 3 NE PRENTISS JEFFERSON DAVIS MS3163 8983 TREES DOWN ON HALL RD. (JAN)
2308 75 2 SSE SPRING COTTAGE MARION MS3107 8975 A SWATH OF WIND DAMAGE OCCURRED ACROSS SOUTHERN MARION COUNTY GENERALLY FROM THE SANDY HOOK COMMUNITY ... THEN ON THE E SIDE OF THE RIVER AND S OF HWY 13. SOME OF THE MO (JAN)
2310UNK 2 NNW PURDY BARRY MO3685 9394 SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE REPORTED TO A BARN AND GARAGE. A TRAMPOLINE WAS REPORTED TO HAVE IMPALED INTO A HOME. (SGF)
2312 75 3 ESE PINE BURR LAMAR MS3111 8965 SWATH OF THUNDERSTORM WIND DAMAGE CONTINUED INTO WESTERN LAMAR COUNTY. MANY UPROOTED AND SNAPPED TREES. (JAN)
2318UNK 6 ENE PINE BURR LAMAR MS3118 8961 SCATTERED DOWNED TREES AND LIMBS ALONG PURVIS TO COLUMBIA RD. (JAN)
2318UNK CARTHAGE LEAKE MS3274 8954 SEVERAL TREES AND LIMBS DOWNED ON ROADS ACROSS LEAKE COUNTY. (JAN)
2323UNK 3 WSW STANDING PINE LEAKE MS3265 8949 TREES DOWNED ACROSS LEAKE COUNTY. (JAN)
2323UNK KOSCIUSKO ATTALA MS3306 8959 SCATTERED TREES DOWNED AROUND ATTALA COUNTY. (JAN)
2324UNK 3 NE PINE GROVE LAMAR MS3122 8945 TREE DOWNED ON MS HIGHWAY 589 AT LUTHER LEE RD. (JAN)
2324UNK COLLINS COVINGTON MS3164 8956 SCATTERED DOWNED TREES ACROSS COVINGTON COUNTY. (JAN)
2327UNK 1 NNW ELSEY STONE MO3686 9354 MANY TREES REPORTED DOWN NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF HIGHWAY 413 AND WHEELER BRANCH ROAD. (SGF)
2331UNK 1 WSW ARNOLD LINE LAMAR MS3133 8939 SEVERAL PINE TREES SNAPPED AT SHADOW RIDGE GOLF COURSE. (JAN)
2332UNK 6 ENE PROVIDENCE WINSTON MS3307 8931 SIX TREES DOWNED AND DAMAGE TO THE ROOF OF A HOME ALONG MS HIGHWAY 14 NEAR THE WINSTON/ATTALA COUNTY LINE. (JAN)
2336UNK 2 N HATTIESBURG FORREST MS3133 8930 TREE BLOWN DOWN ONTO A HOUSE. (JAN)
2337UNK 3 SE DIXIE FORREST MS3119 8927 TREES DOWN ON OLLIE WILLIAMS RD. (JAN)
2337UNK ELSEY STONE MO3686 9354 TREES WERE REPORTED DOWN AND ROAD BLOCKED ON HIGHWAY 413. (SGF)
2338UNK 3 WNW MCLAURIN FORREST MS3118 8926 TREES DOWN ON ANDERSON RD. (JAN)
2342UNK 5 S BOAZ STONE MO3695 9339 SEVERAL LARGE TREES WERE REPORTED DOWN BLOCKING HIGHWAY U NEAR LAKE BRANCH ROAD. (SGF)
2345UNK STRINGER JASPER MS3186 8926 TREE DOWNED ON MS HIGHWAY 15. (JAN)
2345UNK 1 NNW ACKERMAN CHOCTAW MS3332 8918 A LARGE TIN SHED WAS DESTROYED. REPORT RELAYED VIA SOCIAL MEDIA. (JAN)
2352UNK 2 W STURGIS OKTIBBEHA MS3334 8909 TREES DOWNED BLOCKING BOTH LANES OF MS HIGHWAY 12 NEAR THE OKTIBBEHA/CHOCTAW COUNTY LINE. (JAN)
2353 70 5 SSE BOAZ STONE MO3696 9337 WINDS WERE ESTIMATED AT 65-70MPH ALONG WITH NICKLE SIZED HAIL. (SGF)
2357UNK 2 SSW REFORM CHOCTAW MS3341 8916 TREE DOWNED ON A POWER LINE ALONG MS HIGHWAY 15. (JAN)
0005UNK 3 W ADATON OKTIBBEHA MS3349 8897 MULTIPLE TREES DOWNED ACROSS SELF CREEK RD. REPORTED VIA SOCIAL MEDIA. (JAN)
0006UNK 3 W ROCK HILL OKTIBBEHA MS3353 8886 TREE DOWNED ALONG MS HIGHWAY 389 NORTH OF STARKVILLE. (JAN)
0007 60 2 ENE STARKVILLE OKTIBBEHA MS3345 8879 REPORTED BY METEOROLOGY STUDENTS ON THE CAMPUS OF MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY. (JAN)
0017UNK 3 NW WEST POINT CLAY MS3364 8868 A SHED WAS DESTROYED ... AND SEVERAL TREE SNAPPED. (JAN)
0019UNK 2 SSE SILOAM CLAY MS3361 8874 TREES DOWNED ALONG MS HIGHWAY 50 NEAR MS HIGHWAY 47. (JAN)
0020UNK 1 WNW WEST POINT CLAY MS3361 8865 PORTION OF A TIN ROOF WAS REMOVED FROM A BUILDING. (JAN)
0021UNK WEST POINT CLAY MS3361 8865 TREES DOWNED ON HOUSES IN WEST POINT. (JAN)
0021UNK 3 NW WEST POINT CLAY MS3363 8869 SIX TREES BLOWN DOWN. ONE TREE FELL ONTO A HOUSE. (JAN)
0030UNK 7 S OKOLONA CHICKASAW MS3390 8873 LARGE TREE SNAPPED AT THE TRUNK NEAR EGYPT COMMUNITY. (MEG)
0032UNK 1 WSW COLUMBUS LOWNDES MS3350 8843 TREE DOWNED ALONG 5TH ST N. (JAN)
0032UNK 3 W FAIRVIEW CULLMAN AL3425 8674 TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN ON CR747 NEAR CR1514 INTERSECTION NORTH OF SIMCOE. REPORT RELAYED FROM EMA. (HUN)
0039UNK 3 S STEENS LOWNDES MS3352 8832 TREE DOWNED ALONG TABERNACLE RD. (JAN)
0039 60 NEW HAMILTON MONROE MS3374 8845 WINDS ESTIMATED AT 60 MPH. FEW POWER OUTAGES IN THE AREA. (MEG)
0042UNK NETTLETON LEE MS3409 8862 SEVERAL TREES DOWN ON A FEW ROADS IN NETTLETON.MAPLE ROAD AND BENTON STREET AND A FEW OTHER ROADS. (MEG)
0045UNKNE NETTLETON LEE MS3409 8862 SEVERAL TREES DOWN BETWEEN NETTLETON AND RICHMOND ON HIGHWAYS 452 AND 1411. (MEG)
0048UNK AMORY MONROE MS3399 8848 TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN IN AMORY. TIME IS RADAR ESTIMATED. (MEG)
0048UNK 4 E VERONA LEE MS3419 8865 SEVERAL TREES DOWN IN RICHMOND. (MEG)
0055UNK 4 S HIGHTOGY LAMAR AL3363 8810 ROOF BLOWN OFF OF TRACTOR BARN. (BMX)
0055UNK FULTON ITAWAMBA MS3426 8840 A FEW TREES DOWN IN FULTON ON SOUTH AND NORTH CUMMINGS STREETS. (MEG)
0100UNK 3 NNW FAIRVIEW CULLMAN AL3428 8672 POSSIBLE STRUCTURE DAMAGE IN THE GOLD RIDGE AREA NORTH OF SIMCOE ON CR1524. (HUN)
0124UNK 4 E VERONA LEE MS3419 8865 TREES DOWN IN RICHMOND (MEG)
0126UNK PROGRESS JEFFERSON DAVIS MS3154 8993 A FEW TREES DOWN ON PROGRESS RD. (JAN)
0313UNK 2 NE NEW PROSPECT AUTAUGA AL3269 8651 A FEW TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN ALONG CR 20. (BMX)
0316UNK 3 NW PRATTVILLE AUTAUGA AL3249 8648 A FEW TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF GARDNER ROAD AND UPPER KINGSTON ROAD. (BMX)
0341UNK 2 NW CECIL MONTGOMERY AL3232 8603 SHINGLES BLOWN OF ROOFS AND FENCES BLOWN DOWN IN BOYKIN LAKES NEIGHBORHOOD. (BMX)
0344UNK 4 NNW PINE LEVEL MONTGOMERY AL3213 8608 MULTIPLE TREES DOWN OFF OF HIGHWAY 231. (BMX)
0825 60 ORIOLE BEACH SANTA ROSA FL3038 8710 52 KNOT WIND GUST OVER SANTA ROSA SOUND. (MOB)
1055UNK ABBEVILLE HENRY AL3157 8525 TREES REPORTED DOWN IN ABBEVILLE. (TAE)
1104 82NW FLORIDA BEACHES INTL BAY FL3036 8580 AT 1100Z ... ASOS REPORTED A GUST TO 64 KT (74 MPH). FOLLOW UP WITH TOWER OBSERVER INDICATED A PEAK WIND OF 71 KT (82 MPH) AT 1104Z FOR A 2 MINUTE DURATION. (TAE)
1120UNK BAYOU GEORGE BAY FL3026 8554 REPORT OF FENCES DOWN AND ROOF DAMAGE NEAR BAYOU GEORGE. (TAE)
1130UNK CHIPLEY WASHINGTON FL3078 8554 A FEW TREES DOWN IN CHIPLEY ... ONE ON A POWERLINE. (TAE)
1135UNK 3 SE CHIPLEY MUNICIPAL WASHINGTON FL3072 8549 TREE REPORTED DOWN ON MOBILE HOME NEAR CORBIN RD. (TAE)
1135UNK 4 ENE CEDAR SPRINGS EARLY GA3121 8499 A FEW TREES REPORTED DOWN BETWEEN BLAKELY AND JAKIN IN EARLY COUNTY. (TAE)
1142UNK CAMPBELLTON JACKSON FL3095 8540 A FEW TREES REPORTED DOWN IN JACKSON COUNTY NEAR CAMPBELLTON. (TAE)
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