National Weather Service Storm Surveys Show 7 Tornadoes Touched Down Monday

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The National Weather Service in Huntsville finalized its damage surveys, and it determined that 7 tornadoes touched down across north Alabama on Monday. The tornadoes impacted Colbert, Lawrence, Lauderdale, Limestone and Madison counties the evening of Monday, December 16. Below is information regarding each tornado.

Monrovia EF-1: An EF-1 tornado touched down west of the middle school near Harbin road and moved northeast, lifting near Douglas road.

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HUNTSVILLE AL
426 PM CST TUE DEC 17 2019


...NWS DAMAGE SURVEY FOR 12/16/19 TORNADO EVENT UPDATE #2...

.UPDATE...FOR MONROVIA TORNADO 

.OVERVIEW...EF-1 TORNADO CONFIRMED IN NORTHERN MADISON COUNTY 

.MONROVIA TORNADO...

RATING:                 EF1
ESTIMATED PEAK WIND:    105 MPH
PATH LENGTH /STATUTE/:  1.25 MILES
PATH WIDTH /MAXIMUM/:   25.0 YARDS
FATALITIES:             0
INJURIES:               0

START DATE:             12/16/2019
START TIME:             05:54 PM CST
START LOCATION:         4 SSE HARVEST / MADISON COUNTY / AL
START LAT/LON:          34.7904 / -86.7366

END DATE:               12/16/2019
END TIME:               06:00 PM CST
END LOCATION:           4 SSE HARVEST / MADISON COUNTY / AL
END LAT/LON:            34.8013 / -86.7194

SUMMARY: 

MINOR TREE DAMAGE WAS NOTED JUST NORTH OF HARBIN RD ON 
SUMMER COVE CIRCLE. THE TORNADO STARTED PRODUCING SPORATIC TREE 
DAMAGE ON PETTUS RD AS IT APPROACHED THE SUMMERFIELD SUBDIVISION. 
IT SKIPPED ALONG A PATH PRODUCING MAJOR STRUCTURAL DAMAGE OFF OF 
RUNNING BROOK CT, REMOVING NEARLY TWO THIRDS OF A ROOF HERE. MINOR
ROOF AND SIDING DAMAGE OCCURRED TO SURROUNDING HOMES HERE AS 
WELL. IT WAS THIS DAMAGE THAT WAS RATED EF-1, WITH WIND SPEEDS OF 
105MPH. ALONG SARAH JANE DR. WINDS LIFTED UP AN AWNING AND CAUSED 
DAMAGE TO A HOME, WINDOWS WERE BROKEN AND FENCES WERE NOT ONLY 
BLOWN OVER BUT BROKEN APART AND LOFTED ONTO AND INTO A HOUSE 
BEHIND THEM ON JASMINE DRIVE. THIS HOUSE EXPERIENCED DAMAGE FROM 
ADDITIONAL DEBRIS ALONG WITH FENCE SEGMENTS AND POSTS THAT 
IMPALED THE HOME. MINOR DAMAGE WAS NOTED AS THE TORNADO PROCEEDED
TO MOVE NORTHEAST WITH SMALL BRANCHES AND SHINGLE DAMAGE WAS 
OBSERVED IN THE LEGACY NEIGHBORHOOD. A SMALL OUTDOOR METAL SHED
WAS DAMAGED AND SEVERAL TREES WERE SNAPPED OR UPROOTED ALONG 
DOUGLASS NEAR GOLDEN OAK DRIVE BEFORE IT LIFTED. AT THIS POINT, 
THE TORNADO CYCLED AND PRODUCED ANOTHER TORNADO TRACK 6.7 MILES 
NORTHEAST, BEGINNING WEST OF MERIDIANVILLE, BUT BETWEEN THE TWO 
TRACKS, VERY SPORADIC TREE DAMAGE WAS FOUND. NO CLEAR PATH COULD 
BE DETERMINED, LINKING THE TWO TRACKS TOGETHER, THEREFORE, THE 
MERIDIANVILLE TRACK WILL BE A SEPARATE TORNADO TRACK. 
**More damage between US 231 and Pulaski Pike just west of Meridianville. 
Numerous trees were downed in a wooded area on a farm.**


EF SCALE: THE ENHANCED FUJITA SCALE CLASSIFIES TORNADOES INTO
THE FOLLOWING CATEGORIES.

EF0...WEAK......65 TO 85 MPH
EF1...WEAK......86 TO 110 MPH
EF2...STRONG....111 TO 135 MPH
EF3...STRONG....136 TO 165 MPH
EF4...VIOLENT...166 TO 200MPH
EF5...VIOLENT...>200MPH

NOTE:
THE INFORMATION IN THIS STATEMENT IS PRELIMINARY AND SUBJECT TO
CHANGE PENDING FINAL REVIEW OF THE EVENTS AND PUBLICATION IN
NWS STORM DATA. 

$$

SAARI/AMIN

Colbert Heights EF-2: An EF-2 tornado has been confirmed in Colbert Heights.  Survey information is below.

.COLBERT HEIGHTS TORNADO...UPDATED...

RATING:                   EF-2

ESTIMATED PEAK WIND:      115 MPH

PATH LENGTH /STATUTE/:    8.18 MILES

PATH WIDTH /MAXIMUM/:     250 YARDS

FATALITIES:               0

INJURIES:                 0

START DATE:               12/16/2019

START TIME:               04:52 PM CST

START LOCATION:           2 SW COLBERT HEIGHTS / COLBERT COUNTY / AL

START LAT/LON:            34.6400 / -87.7331

END DATE:                 12/16/2019

END TIME:                 05:01 PM CST

END LOCATION:             4 WSW LEIGHTON / COLBERT COUNTY / AL

END LAT/LON:              34.6881 / -87.6051

SURVEY SUMMARY: THE DAMAGE PATH BEGAN ON UNDERWOOD MOUNTAIN ROAD WHERE SEVERAL SMALL HARDWOOD TREES WERE SNAPPED. TREE DAMAGE CONTINUED ON A NORTHEAST TRACK ONTO COUNTY FARM ROAD WHERE SEVERAL LARGE HARDWOOD TREES WERE BOTH SNAPPED AND UPROOTED. MORE EXTENSIVE DAMAGE WAS SEEN ALONG LYNN DRIVE, THOMAS ROAD, AND WOODMONT DRIVE WHERE SEVERAL RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURES SUSTAINED AT LEAST MINOR ROOF DAMAGE AND MANY LARGE HARDWOOD TREES WERE UPROOTED AND SNAPPED. AT LEAST THREE SHEDS WERE HEAVILY DAMAGED AND METAL ROOFING MATERIALS WERE LIFTED INTO TREES OR BLOWN DOWNSTREAM. TREE DAMAGE CONTINUED ON A PATH TO FOSTER NOLEN ROAD, WHERE THE MOST EXTENSIVE DAMAGE OCCURRED. SIGNIFICANT ROOF DAMAGE WAS OBSERVED ON AT LEAST 3 SINGLE FAMILY HOMES. A ROOF WAS COMPLETELY BLOWN OFF OF A BRICK SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE, WHERE BRICKS WERE BLOWN OFF THE WESTERN FACING WALL AND SEVERAL WINDOWS WERE BLOWN OUT. A CAMPING TRAILER WAS OVERTURNED AND SEVERAL SMALL SHEDS WERE DESTROYED. EXTENSIVE TREE DAMAGE WAS SEEN WITH MANY LARGE HARDWOOD TREES UPROOTED AND SNAPPED NEAR THE BASE. THERE WAS EVIDENCE SUGGESTING THE TORNADO CYCLED AROUND THIS LOCATION BEFORE CONTINUING EAST.

TREE DAMAGE CONTINUED ALONG US-43 WHERE SEVERAL HARDWOOD TREES WERE SNAPPED. FOUR TRAILERS WERE OVERTURNED AT THE LONGHORN R ARENA OFF OF 3 MILE LANE AND SEVERAL LARGE HARDWOOD TREES WERE UPROOTED. EXTENSIVE SHINGLE DAMAGE OCCURRED AT ONE BRICK SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE ON THE EASTERN SIDE OF 3 MILE LANE. TREE DAMAGE CONTINUED ALONG THE PATH THROUGH GARGIS LANE, WHERE BRANCHES WERE SNAPPED ON A FEW SMALLER HARDWOOD TREES.

UPDATE: ADDITIONAL DAMAGE WAS FOUND ALONG AL 20 NORTH AND EAST OF THE ORIGINAL STORM TRACK. A TIN BARN WAS DESTROYED BEHIND A HOUSE, AND SOME SHINGLE/ROOF DAMAGE AND TREE DAMAGE WAS OBSERVED. THANKS TO THE COLBERT COUNTY EMA FOR THEIR ASSISTANCE IN COMPLETING THIS SURVEY.

CARCIONE/RAVENSCRAFT/CRAMER/MCCOY

Meridianville EF-0: The same storm that produced the tornado in Monrovia also produced a weak tornado in Meridianville.

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HUNTSVILLE AL
422 PM CST TUE DEC 17 2019


...NWS DAMAGE SURVEY FOR 12/16/19 TORNADO EVENT UPDATE #1...

.UPDATE...FOR MERIDIANVILLE TORNADO

.OVERVIEW...EF-0 TORNADO CONFIRMED IN NORTH CENTRAL MADISON COUNTY

.MERIDIANVILLE TORNADO...

RATING:                 EF0
ESTIMATED PEAK WIND:    85 MPH
PATH LENGTH /STATUTE/:  3.16 MILES
PATH WIDTH /MAXIMUM/:   37.0 YARDS
FATALITIES:             0
INJURIES:               0

START DATE:             12/16/2019
START TIME:             06:05 PM CST
START LOCATION:         3 WSW MERIDIANVILLE / MADISON COUNTY / AL
START LAT/LON:          34.8593 / -86.6252

END DATE:               12/16/2019
END TIME:               06:12 PM CST
END LOCATION:           1 S MERIDIANVILLE / MADISON COUNTY / AL
END LAT/LON:            34.8622 / -86.5706

SUMMARY: 
AFTER CYCLING, THE STORM PRODUCED A SECOND AND WEAKER 
TORNADO NORTHEAST OF LIBERTY HILL ROAD, DOWNING NUMEROUS TREES IN
A WOODED AREA ON A FARM. FROM THERE, IT APPROACHED MONROE ROAD, 
WITH SPORADIC TREE DAMAGE NOTED AS THE TORNADO AGAIN SKIPPED 
THROUGH THE SPENCER LAKE AND SPENCER ESTATES SUBDIVISIONS. MINOR 
ROOF DAMAGE WAS NOTED TO A COUPLE OF HOMES IN SPENCER LAKE, WITH 
ONE HOME ON MADELYN DRIVE SUSTAINING MODERATE ROOF DAMAGE, 
SPLAYING SHINGLES AND DEBRIS NORTHEAST INTO A FIELD. IT WAS AT 
THIS POINT THAT THE TORNADO WAS RATED EF-0, WITH WIND SPEEDS OF 
80MPH. ADDITIONAL MINOR TREE AND ROOF DAMAGE WAS NOTED IN SPENCER 
ESTATES, UPROOTING A LARGE MAGNOLIA TREE, BEFORE SKIPPING TOWARD 
HIGHWAY 231 AND DAMAGING A BILLBOARD BEFORE DISSIPATING ON THE EAST
SIDE OF THE HIGHWAY. THE TORNADO TRACK ENDED ON THE EAST SIDE OF 
HIGHWAY 231 WITH LITTLE/NO ADDITIONAL DAMAGE FOUND BEYOND THIS 
POINT. 

EF SCALE: THE ENHANCED FUJITA SCALE CLASSIFIES TORNADOES INTO
THE FOLLOWING CATEGORIES.

EF0...WEAK......65 TO 85 MPH
EF1...WEAK......86 TO 110 MPH
EF2...STRONG....111 TO 135 MPH
EF3...STRONG....136 TO 165 MPH
EF4...VIOLENT...166 TO 200MPH
EF5...VIOLENT...>200MPH

NOTE:
THE INFORMATION IN THIS STATEMENT IS PRELIMINARY AND SUBJECT TO
CHANGE PENDING FINAL REVIEW OF THE EVENTS AND PUBLICATION IN
NWS STORM DATA. 

$$

Lawrence County EF-2: A strong EF-2 tornado impacted the communities of Town Creek and Courtland in northern Lawrence county. This tornado tragically claimed 2 lives.

.TOWN CREEK TORNADO...

RATING:                 EF-2
ESTIMATED PEAK WIND:    134 MPH
PATH LENGTH /STATUTE/:  18.58 MILES
PATH WIDTH /MAXIMUM/:   370.0 YARDS
FATALITIES:             2
INJURIES:               3

START DATE:             12/16/2019
START TIME:             05:08 PM CST
START LOCATION:         2 S TOWN CREEK / LAWRENCE COUNTY / AL
START LAT/LON:          34.6445 / -87.4126

END DATE:               12/16/2019
END TIME:               05:13 PM CST
END LOCATION:           9 ESE ROGERSVILLE / LIMESTONE COUNTY / AL
END LAT/LON:            34.7739 / -87.1283

SUMMARY:
NWS, LAWRENCE COUNTY EMA, AND AN AUBURN UNIVERSITY STRUCTURAL
ENGINEERING SURVEY TEAM DETERMINED THE DAMAGE IN NORTHERN LAWRENCE
COUNTY WAS ATTRIBUTED TO A STRONG EF-2 TORNADO.

DAMAGE WAS FIRST OBSERVED ALONG CR 101 NORTH OF CR 143. LARGE-
LIMB TREE DAMAGE WAS THE PRIMARY DAMAGE INDICATOR OBSERVED IN THIS
AREA, WITH ESTIMATED WINDS OF 107 MPH CLOSE TO TOUCHDOWN.

AS OBSERVED ON RADAR, THE CIRCULATION OF THE TORNADO TIGHTENED
EAST OF CR 101 AND INTENSIFIED SIGNIFICANTLY AS IT APPROACHED CR
265. CR 265, APPROXIMATELY 1 MILE SOUTH OF HIGHWAY 20, OBSERVED
MAJOR DAMAGE TO THREE STRUCTURES. STRUCTURE DAMAGE INDICATORS WERE
A COMBINATION OF SINGLE WIDE AND DOUBLE WIDE MANUFACTURED HOMES.
IT SHOULD BE NOTED THAT ONE OF THE STRUCTURES LISTED AS A DOUBLE
WIDE WAS A PREFABRICATED HOME WITH NO ANCHOR SYSTEM. THE
TRADITIONAL DOUBLE WIDE MANUFACTURED HOME INCLUDED AN AUGER ANCHOR
SYSTEM WHILE THE SINGLE WIDE HOME HAD A PAN ANCHOR SYSTEM.
REGARDLESS OF THE ANCHOR, EACH SYSTEM FAILED DUE TO INTENSE
LIFTING FORCE, WHICH LED TO THE STRUCTURE TO ROLL OFF ITS PLOT,
CAUSING TOTAL DESTRUCTION. TWO FATALITIES AND AN INJURY WERE
REPORTED AT THE DOUBLE WIDE HOME, WITH ADDITIONAL INJURIES AT THE
OTHER DESTROYED STRUCTURES.

THANKS TO PRELIMINARY FOOTAGE FROM ALABAMA EMA DRONE TEAM, THE
TORNADO WAS OBSERVED TO TAKE A SLIGHT RIGHT TURN AND CONTINUE
TOWARD THE COURTLAND AREA. ALONG AND SOUTH OF HIGHWAY 20 IN
COURTLAND, UPROOTED AND LARGE SNAPPED TREE BRANCHES WERE THE MAIN
DAMAGE INDICATORS. A SMALL MOBILE HOME WAS SLIGHTLY SHIFTED OFF
ITS PLOT, DENOTING MID-RANGE EF-0 WINDS. THE PATH CONTINUED EAST-
NORTHEAST AND CROSSED HIGHWAY 72, CAUSING MORE TREE DAMAGE ON CR
150. ALONG CR 150, SOUTH OF CR 400, THE STRONGEST DAMAGE INDICATOR
WAS A SMALL AND WELL-BUILT BLOCK OUTBUILDING. THIS STRUCTURE WAS
MOSTLY DESTROYED, EXCEPT FOR A BACK WALL.

THE TORNADO CONTINUED TO WEAKEN AS IT APPROACHED AND CROSSED CR
389. LARGE TREE BRANCHES WERE DOWNED AND MINOR ROOF DAMAGE WAS
OBSERVED AT THREE RESIDENCES. MINOR TREE DAMAGE CONTINUED TOWARD
THE RIVER IN THE VICINITY OF CR 400.

THE TORNADO CONTINUE TO CROSS THE TENNESSEE RIVER AND LAID DOWN 
AGAIN ON THE LIMESTONE COUNTY SHORE NEAR BRIGADOON DR. AT THIS 
LOCATION, A HOME ON THE RIVER WAS OBSERVED TO HAVE METAL ROOFING 
BLOWN OFF. ADDITIONALLY, DAMAGE INDICATORS IN THE FORMS FORM OF 
HARDWOOD TREES BEING UPROOTED WERE OBSERVED IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD. 
THE TORNADO CONTINUED TOWARD THE RIPLEY RD AND BATTS RD. 
INTERSECTION WHERE IT CAUSED MINOR ROOF DAMAGE TO A SINGLE- FAMILY
HOME, UPROOTED TREES, AND DESTROYED A SMALL SHED. THE TORNADO 
CONTINUED TO CROSS RIPLEY RD WHERE A COUPLE MORE TREES WERE 
UPROOTED AND LARGE BRANCHES DOWN BEFORE IT LIFTED MOVING TOWARD 
THE SOUTHERN AREA OF SNAKE ROAD WHERE THE TORNADO LIFTED. 

BARRON/MAGEE

Joe Wheeler State Park EF-1:  A high-end EF-1 tornado with 110 mph winds damaged hundreds of trees and destroyed part of the campground at the state park.  No injuries were reported because park rangers moved campers to safety as soon as a warning is was issued.

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HUNTSVILLE AL
355 PM CST THU DEC 19 2019

.JOE WHEELER STATE PARK TORNADO...

RATING: EF-1
ESTIMATED PEAK WIND: 110 MPH
PATH LENGTH /STATUTE/: 2.9 MILES
PATH WIDTH /MAXIMUM/: 500 YARDS
FATALITIES: 0
INJURIES: 0

START DATE: 12/16/2019
START TIME: 05:20 PM CST
START LOCATION: JOE WHEELER STATE PARK / LAUDERDALE COUNTY / AL
START LAT/LON: 34.8017 / -87.3322

END DATE: 12/16/2019
END TIME: 05:24 PM CST
END LOCATION: 1 MI S OF ROGERSVILLE / LAUDERDALE COUNTY / AL
END LAT/LON: 34.8064 / -87.2809

SURVEY SUMMARY:
AT APPROXIMATELY 5:20 PM CST, AN EF-1 TORNADO FORMED NEAR THE
BORDER OF JOE WHEELER STATE PARK AND THE TENNESSEE RIVER. ALMOST
IMMEDIATELY, A LARGE SWATH OF TREES WERE EITHER SNAPPED OR
UPROOTED. BOTH HARDWOOD AND SOFTWOOD TREES WERE TOPPLED, THEREFORE
LEADING TO A RATING OF HIGH-END EF-1. PARK OFFICIALS ESTIMATE
THOUSANDS OF TREES FELL AS A RESULT OF THIS TORNADO. THE PEAK
WIDTH WAS 500 YARDS, WITH EVIDENCE OF MULTIPLE VORTICES PRESENT
BOTH TO THE EAST AND WEST OF THE BAY. THERE WERE MULTIPLE SWATHS
OF CONVERGENT TREE DAMAGE, AS WELL AS GAPS OF STANDING TREES IN
BETWEEN THESE SWATHS. IT IS WORTH NOTING THAT SEVERAL STRUCTURES
REMAINED STANDING IN THE MIDDLE OF THESE SWATHS AND ALL DAMAGE TO
THOSE STRUCTURES WAS THE RESULT OF FALLING TREES.

CONTINUOUS TREE DAMAGE WAS OBSERVED ACROSS THE REMAINDER OF JOE
WHEELER STATE PARK. SPORADIC DAMAGE WAS THEN NOTED WITH TREES
ALONG MCLEAN DRIVE, ACROSS LOVER'S LANE, AND OVER TO BRADEN COVE
WHERE AN RV WAS TOPPLED, SEVERAL HOUSES HAD MINOR ROOF DAMAGE, AND
A FEW TREES WERE SNAPPED. THE TORNADO THEN SHRANK CONSIDERABLY
AND UPROOTED A FEW PINE TREES AND THEN LIFTED JUST EAST OF TIPTON
ROAD AT 5:24 PM CST.

THANKS TO LAUDERDALE COUNTY EMA AND JOE WHEELER STATE PARK
ADMINISTRATION FOR THEIR ASSISTANCE IN COMPLETING THIS SURVEY.

CARCIONE/MAGEE/LYBRAND

Limestone County/Tanner tornado:  A second high-end EF-1 tornado developed near Brown's Ferry Nuclear and traveled northeast to Tanner; winds touched 110 miles per hour in a 50-yard-wide tornado.  The surface area impacted by this tornado was essentially the size of Downtown Huntsville bounded by Williams Avenue, Monroe Street and Lincoln Street: about 0.2 square miles in all.  An amazingly small but powerful tornado.

.LIMESTONE-TANNER TORNADO...

RATING: EF-1
ESTIMATED PEAK WIND: 110 MPH
PATH LENGTH /STATUTE/: 9.47 MILES
PATH WIDTH /MAXIMUM/: 50.0 YARDS
FATALITIES: 0
INJURIES: 0

START DATE: 12/16/2019
START TIME: 05:30 PM CST
START LOCATION: 2 SSE ATHENS / LIMESTONE COUNTY / AL
START LAT/LON: 34.7603 / -86.9522

END DATE: 12/16/2019
END TIME: 05:43 PM CST
END LOCATION: 6 NE HILLSBORO / LIMESTONE COUNTY / AL
END LAT/LON: 34.6997 / -87.1010

SURVEY SUMMARY: A TORNADO STARTED RIGHT ONSHORE JUST EAST OF THE
BROWNS FERRY POWER PLANT. THE TORNADO SKIPPED UP AND DOWN AS IT
MOVED NORTHEAST MOVING UP NORTH OF TANNER BEFORE IT FINALLY LIFTED
FOR GOOD. THE WORST DAMAGE WAS WHERE IT TOUCHED DOWN EAST OF THE
POWER PLANT, WITH SNAPPED TREE TRUNKS, AND ALSO NEAR NEELY HILL
LOOP, WHERE THE ROOF WAS MOSTLY TAKEN OFF A HOUSE.

KULA/MCCOY

Red Rock Road Tornado: The National Weather Service in Huntsville determined that an EF-1 tornado touched down in Colbert County near Red Rock Road.

 

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HUNTSVILLE AL
451 PM CST FRI DEC 20 2019

...NWS DAMAGE SURVEY FOR 12/16/2019 TORNADO EVENT - UPDATE #5...

.UPDATE...EXTENDED COLBERT HEIGHTS TORNADO TRACK BY ALMOST THREE-
QUARTERS OF A MILE. ALSO ADDED ANOTHER TORNADO ALONG RED ROCK
ROAD IN COLBERT COUNTY. THIS MAKES A TOTAL OF 7 TORNADOES FOR THIS
EVENT. NO ADDITIONAL SURVEYS ARE PLANNED AT THIS TIME.

.RED ROCK ROAD TORNADO...

RATING: EF-1
ESTIMATED PEAK WIND: 95 MPH
PATH LENGTH /STATUTE/: 0.68 MILES
PATH WIDTH /MAXIMUM/: 75 YARDS
FATALITIES: 0
INJURIES: 0

START DATE: 12/16/2019
START TIME: 04:50 PM CST
START LOCATION: 6 ESE CHEROKEE / COLBERT COUNTY / AL
START LAT/LON: 34.7043 / -87.8715

END DATE: 12/16/2019
END TIME: 04:52 PM CST
END LOCATION: 7 ESE CHEROKEE / COLBERT COUNTY / AL
END_LAT/LON: 34.7079 / -87.8604

SURVEY SUMMARY: A BRIEF TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ALONG PATRICK LANE
JUST WEST OF RED ROCK ROAD, CROSSED NORTHEAST AND LIFTED BACK UP
IN A GROVE OF TREES JUST BEHIND A HOUSE. THE WORST DAMAGE WAS IN
THIS GROVE OF TREES, WHERE SOME TREE TRUNKS WERE SNAPPED.

THANKS TO THE COLBERT COUNTY EMA FOR THEIR ASSISTANCE IN
COMPLETING THIS SURVEY.

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