Tornadoes and Large Hail - February 13, 2007

Severe thunderstorms moved across central Alabama on Tuesday February 13th. The thunderstorms crossed the Mississippi and Alabama state line around 330 PM CST...and continued eastward before weakening in southeastern Alabama around 9 PM CST. Several instances of large hail (up to the size of baseballs) and damaging winds were reported. During this severe weather episode, 4 tornado (2 EF1s and 2 EF0s) damage paths were discovered.

A Severe Thunderstorm Watch was in effect from 12:50 PM CST until 8 PM CST for counties along and west of Interstate 65. The watch was later upgraded to a Tornado Watch, adding the rest of central Alabama, valid from around 5 PM CST until 10 PM CST.

Click the tornado path on the map below for the survey details.

Map of Central Alabama Tornadoes

Preliminary Local Storm Report...Click Here


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