Post analysis of the #Oneonta/Allgood #tornado… Looking at the radar imagery from BMX, inbound velocities were as high as 74 mph at little more than half a mile above the ground (3500 feet) #ALwx #ValleyWx pic.twitter.com/7cCtLpMCjM— Christina Edwards (@ChristinaWHNTwx) March 15, 2019
This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.HUNTSVILLE, Alabama – Numerous storms moved through north Alabama Thursday, and a few were severe enough to produce structural damage. Cullman County Damage The White City Community Center in Cullman County sustained roof and structural damage after a possible tornado moved through the region. “It was sunny and calm before it hit. All of a sudden, it got dark and loud,” Matthew Howell said. His in-laws live around County Road 617 and went to the basement when the storm moved in. “Sirens were going off, we had plenty of warning,” Howell said. It doesn’t appear that anybody was seriously hurt. Several trees were uprooted and metal roofing was ripped off like tin foil.