Local Storm Reports from April 15, 2011
1100 AM     HAIL             2 SSE BIRMINGHAM        33.50N 86.79W
04/15/2011  E0.88 INCH       JEFFERSON          AL   BROADCAST MEDIA

            DIME SIZED HAIL ON RED MOUNTAIN.

1102 AM     HAIL             BIRMINGHAM              33.53N 86.80W
04/15/2011  E1.00 INCH       JEFFERSON          AL   AMATEUR RADIO  

            QUARTER SIZED HAIL IN DOWNTOWN BIRMINGHAM.

1215 PM     TORNADO          E NANAFALIA             32.11N 87.98W
04/15/2011  F1               MARENGO            AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-1 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR NANAFALIA. THIS SMALL
            DAMAGE PATH CONSISTED OF MAINLY TREE
            DAMAGE...HOWEVER...THE DAMAGE PATH WAS COMPLETELY
            OBSCURED BY THE NANAFALIA 2 TORNADO THAT OCCURED AROUND
            639 PM. THERE WERE SEVERAL EYEWITNESS ACCOUNTS OF THE
            TREE AND MINOR ROOF DAMAGE...WHERE SEVERAL HARDWOOD TREES
            WERE UPROOTED. THE TORNADO DAMAGE PATH WAS 0.5 MILES LONG
            AND WAS 60 YARDS WIDE AT ITS WIDEST POINT. THE MAX WIND
            WAS 100 MPH.

1230 PM     TSTM WND DMG     HIGHTOGY                33.69N 88.09W
04/15/2011                   LAMAR              AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

            FEW TREES DOWN FROM FERN BANK TO HIGHTOGY.

1230 PM     TSTM WND DMG     HIGHTOGY                33.69N 88.09W
04/15/2011                   LAMAR              AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

            FEW TREES DOWN FROM FERN BANK TO HIGHTOGY.

1234 PM     HAIL             2 N BLOUNTSVILLE        34.12N 86.58W
04/15/2011  E1.00 INCH       BLOUNT             AL   AMATEUR RADIO  

            QUARTER SIZE HAIL ALONG HWY 49.

1243 PM     HAIL             CLAY                    33.70N 86.60W
04/15/2011  E0.75 INCH       JEFFERSON          AL   AMATEUR RADIO  

            DIME SIZE HAIL ALONG HAPPEY HOLLOW ROAD.

0118 PM     TSTM WND DMG     5 SW UNIONTOWN          32.39N 87.56W
04/15/2011                   MARENGO            AL   TRAINED SPOTTER

            TREES DOWW 3 WSW OF FREETOWN. POSSIBLE TORNADO.

0132 PM     FLASH FLOOD      VERNON                  33.76N 88.11W
04/15/2011                   LAMAR              AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

            WATER OVER ABERDEEN ROAD IN THREE LOCATIONS CLOSING ROAD.
            2 OTHER ROADS IN THE AREA ALSO CLOSED.

0145 PM     TORNADO          GEIGER                  32.87N 88.31W
04/15/2011  F3               SUMTER             AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-3 TORNADO CONTINUED FROM KEMPER COUNTY MS MOVING
            JUST SOUTH OF GEIGER TRAVELING EAST NORTHEAST TO NEAR THE
            TOMBIGBEE RIVER. ONE HOUSE WAS DESTROYED OTHERS WERE
            DAMAGED. AT ITS WIDEST...THE PATH WAS A MILE WIDE EAST OF
            GEIGER WHERE THOUSANDS OF TREES WERE SNAPPED OR UPROOTED.
            THE PATH LENGTH WAS 8.6 MILES. MAXIMUM WIND SPEEDS WERE
            ESTIMATED AT 150 MPH.

0150 PM     TORNADO          GEIGER                  32.87N 88.31W
04/15/2011  F3               SUMTER             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

            HOUSES DAMAGED ON PAYNE STREET.

0150 PM     TORNADO          GEIGER                  32.87N 88.31W
04/15/2011  F3               SUMTER             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

            SEVERAL HOMES AND CHURCHES DAMAGED.

0150 PM     TORNADO          GEIGER                  32.87N 88.31W
04/15/2011  F3               SUMTER             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

            TREE FALLING ON HOME CAUSED ROOF AND CEILING TO
            COLLAPSE...PINNING HOME OWNER.

0156 PM     TSTM WND DMG     2 S GEIGER              32.84N 88.31W
04/15/2011                   SUMTER             AL   FIRE DEPT/RESCUE

            CUBA VFD REPORTS NUMEROUS TREES DOWN AND BLOCKING OLD
            BODKA ROAD NEAR GEIGER. WINDS ESTIMATED 90 MPH.

0156 PM     TSTM WND DMG     GEIGER                  32.87N 88.31W
04/15/2011                   SUMTER             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

            PROBABLE TORNADO. MULTIPLE HOMES DAMAGED, SEVERAL
            DEMOLISHED. PAYNE STREET, OLD BAXTER ROAD, KIRKLAND
            AVENUE, AND MARTIN LUTHER KING CIRCLE ALL HAVE DAMAGE.

0203 PM     TSTM WND DMG     GEIGER                  32.87N 88.31W
04/15/2011                   SUMTER             AL   FIRE DEPT/RESCUE

            CUBA VFD REPORTS MANY TREES DOWN IN THE GEIGER AREA...
            POSSIBLE TORNADO.

0220 PM     FLASH FLOOD      VERNON                  33.76N 88.11W
04/15/2011                   LAMAR              AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

            HEAVY FLOODING ON ABERDEEN ROAD IN VERNON.

0230 PM     FLASH FLOOD      VERNON                  33.76N 88.11W
04/15/2011                   LAMAR              AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

            FLOODING ON SPRINGFIELD ROAD...TOWER ROAD...AND STEELY
            ROAD IN VERNON.

0245 PM     FLASH FLOOD      VERNON                  33.76N 88.11W
04/15/2011                   LAMAR              AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

            HWY 17 SOUTH OF VERNON AT STEEDLEY ROAD FLOODED ALONG
            WITH NUMEROUS OTHER STREETS AND ROADS FLOODING ACROSS THE
            COUNTY.

0302 PM     FLASH FLOOD      WINFIELD                33.93N 87.80W
04/15/2011                   MARION             AL   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            WINFIELD PD REPORTS HWY 118 FLOODED UP TO A FOOT DEEP IN
            SPOTS.

0303 PM     TORNADO          6 WSW GAINESVILLE       32.78N 88.25W
04/15/2011  F2               SUMTER             AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-2 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN SOUTH OF STATE ROUTE
            116...SIX MILES WEST SOUTHWEST OF GAINESVILLE...AND MOVED
            EAST TO NEAR STATE ROUTE 39...ONE MILE SOUTH OF
            GAINSVILLE. DOZENS OF TREES WERE SNAPPED OR UPROOTED AND
            SEVERAL HOUSES SUSTAINED DAMAGE. WINDS WERE ESTIMATED AT
            115 MPH. PATH LENGTH WAS 4.5 MILES WITH A PATH WIDTH OF
            200 YDS.

0305 PM     FLASH FLOOD      JASPER                  33.85N 87.27W
04/15/2011                   WALKER             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

            25TH STREET IN DOWNTOWN JASPER FLOOED UP TO A FOUR DEEP.
            HWY 78 JUST NORTH OF BRIDGE PARTIALLY FLOODED.

0316 PM     TORNADO          3 SE RALPH              33.01N 87.73W
04/15/2011  F3               GREENE             AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-3 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR RALPH IN NORTHEAST
            GREENE COUNTY AND MOVED NORTHEAST TO NEAR 1.5 MILES EAST
            OF UNIVERSITY MALL IN TUSCALOOSA. HUNDREDS OF TREES WERE
            SNAPPED OR UPROOTED AND A POWER TRANSMISSION TOWER WAS
            CRUSHED. MANY HOMES AND BUSINESSES WERE DAMAGED. WINDS
            WERE ESTIMATED AT 140 MPH. THE PATH LENGTH WAS 19 MI AND
            PATH WIDTH AT ITS WIDEST WAS 500 YDS.

0331 PM     TORNADO          2 NNW GREENSBORO        32.73N 87.61W
04/15/2011  F2               HALE               AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-2 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR STATE HIGHWAY 14 AND
            LIFTED NEAR STATE HIGHWAY 69. THERE WERE NO KNOWN
            INJURIES...BUT ONE PERSON WAS TRAPPED IN AN OVERTURNED
            MOBILE HOME FOR SEVERAL HOURS. THERE WAS SIGNIFICANT
            DAMAGE TO WINDOWS AND THE ROOF OF A CHURCH AND MODERATE
            ROOF DAMAGE OCCURED TO SEVERAL HOMES AND BUSINESSES.
            SEVERAL HUNDRED TREES WERE SNAPPED AND UPROOTED. THE
            DAMAGE PATH WAS 2.2 MILES AND THE MAX WIDTH WAS 700
            YARDS. THE MAX WIND SPEEDS WERE 115 MPH.

0338 PM     TORNADO          TUSCALOOSA              33.24N 87.54W
04/15/2011                   TUSCALOOSA         AL   AMATEUR RADIO  

            OLD DAYCARE CENTER ON HWY 69 SOUTH RECIEVED MAJOR
            STRUCTUAL DAMAGE. HILLCREST CENTER RECIEVED STRUCTURAL
            DAMAGE TO SIGNS.

0338 PM     TORNADO          TUSCALOOSA              33.24N 87.54W
04/15/2011                   TUSCALOOSA         AL   AMATEUR RADIO  

            SEVERAL TREES DOWN AND STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO HOMES ON LOOP
            ROAD IN THE CIRCLEWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH VICINITY. HEAVY
            SMELL OF NATURAL GAS IN THE AIR.

0339 PM     TORNADO          TUSCALOOSA              33.24N 87.54W
04/15/2011                   TUSCALOOSA         AL   PUBLIC         

            DAMAGE AT THE TOKYO RESTAURANT ON 69 SOUTH. SEVERAL
            TRAILER HOMES AT A DEALERSHIP TURNED OVER AND SPEEDY OIL
            CHANGE NORTH OF DEALERSHIP WAS HEAVILY DAMAGED. ON 82
            SEVERAL TREES DOWN AND MOTEL 6 WAS HEAVILY DAMAGED.

0342 PM     TORNADO          TUSCALOOSA              33.24N 87.54W
04/15/2011                   TUSCALOOSA         AL   AMATEUR RADIO  

            STUCTURAL DAMAGE TO SEVERAL HOMES IN THE BEACH HILL AREA.


0345 PM     TORNADO          9 N GREENSBORO          32.83N 87.59W
04/15/2011                   HALE               AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

            PUBLIC REPORTS TORNADO ON THE GROUND CROSSING HIGHWAY 25
            NORTH OF GREENSBORO. AT LEAST 50 HOMES DAMAGED AND 10
            DESTROYED PER EMA.

0348 PM     TORNADO          2 SW WATEROAK           32.84N 87.48W
04/15/2011                   HALE               AL   TRAINED SPOTTER

            TORNADO CROSSED RTE 69 AND CR 53...TREES DOWN OR
            SNAPPED...POWER LINES DOW.

0358 PM     TORNADO          3 E CUBA                32.44N 88.33W
04/15/2011  F2               SUMTER             AL   FIRE DEPT/RESCUE

            AN EF-2 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR US HIGHWAY 80 AROUND
            MILE MARKER 3 MOVING NORTHEAST TO NEAR 7 MILES SOUTH OF
            LIVINGSTON. SEVERAL HUNDRED HARD AND SOFTWOOD TREES WERE
            EITHER SNAPPED...UPROOTED...OR SHEARED. TWO HOMES WERE
            SEVERELY DAMAGED AND TWO OUTBUILDINGS WERE DESTROYED.
            WINDS WERE ESTIMATED AT 115 MPH...THE MAX WIDTH WAS 200
            YDS...AND THE PATH LENGTH WAS 8.9 MILES.

0359 PM     TORNADO          1 E MERTZ               32.90N 87.36W
04/15/2011  F1               BIBB               AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-1 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ALONG STATE HIGHWAY 25...3
            MILES WEST OF COUNTY ROAD 16...WHERE THOUSANDS OF TREES
            WERE SNAPPED AND UPROOTED ALONG THE PATH. THERE WAS SOME
            STRUCTURE DAMAGE AS THE TORNADO CROSSED HIGHWAY 5 SOUTH
            OF WEST BLOCTON. THERE WAS MODERATE ROOF DAMAGE TO
            SEVERAL HOMES AND TREES ON A MOBILE HOME. THE TORNADO
            CONTINUED NORTHEAST LIFTING ALONG COUNTY ROAD 24...3
            MILES EAST OF WEST BLOCTON. THE TRACK LENGTH WAS 21.8
            MILES WITH A WIDTH OF 880 YARDS. THE MAX WIND SPEED WAS
            105 MPH

0403 PM     HAIL             YORK                    32.50N 88.30W
04/15/2011  E0.50 INCH       SUMTER             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

0403 PM     TORNADO          TUSCALOOSA              33.24N 87.54W
04/15/2011                   TUSCALOOSA         AL   AMATEUR RADIO  

            STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO SKYLAND PARK AREA. TREES DOWN.
            HOUSES IMPACTED ON 10TH AVENUE EAST.

0405 PM     FLOOD            VERNON                  33.76N 88.11W
04/15/2011                   LAMAR              AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

            FLOODING ON COUNTY LAKE RD. MOLLOY FIRE HAS BEEN
            DISPATCHED TO CLOSE ROAD.

0409 PM     FLASH FLOOD      NORTHPORT               33.27N 87.56W
04/15/2011                   TUSCALOOSA         AL   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            BRIDGE CLOSED ON HUNTER CREEK ROAD NEAR 28TH STREET DUE
            TO WATER OVERFLOWING IT.

0423 PM     TORNADO          EOLINE                  33.00N 87.23W
04/15/2011                   BIBB               AL   AMATEUR RADIO  

            TREES AND POWERLINES DOWN ON HWY 82.

0424 PM     TORNADO          EOLINE                  33.00N 87.23W
04/15/2011                   BIBB               AL   TRAINED SPOTTER

            LINES AND TREES SNAPPED AND SHREDDED. HWY 82 BLOCKED.

0424 PM     TORNADO          MAGNOLIA                32.14N 87.67W
04/15/2011                   MARENGO            AL   AMATEUR RADIO  

            MULTIPLE STRUCTURAL DAMGE IN MAGNOLIA AREA AND SOUTH
            RIDGE.

0438 PM     TORNADO          3 S WEST BLOCTON        33.10N 87.13W
04/15/2011                   BIBB               AL   PUBLIC         

            NUMEROUS TREES DOWN ON HWY 5.

0438 PM     HAIL             W VERNON                33.76N 88.11W
04/15/2011  E1.00 INCH       LAMAR              AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

0440 PM     HAIL             W VERNON                33.76N 88.11W
04/15/2011  E1.00 INCH       LAMAR              AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

0444 PM     TORNADO          1 ESE FORKLAND          32.64N 87.85W
04/15/2011  F2               GREENE             AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-2 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN
            ABOUT 2.2 MILES EAST OF FORKLAND ALONG COUNTY ROAD 20.
            THE TORNADO MAINLY TRAVELED IN FOREST LAND SNAPPING AND
            UPROOTING THOUSANDS OF TREES. JUST NORTH OF GREENSBORO
            THE TORNADO SEVERELY DAMAGED THREE MOBILE HOMES ALONG
            COUNTY ROAD 21. THE TORNADO LIFTED NORTH OF STATE HIGHWAY
            25...2.4 MILES WEST OF THE BIBB COUNTY LINE. THE TRACK
            WAS 24 MILES WITH A WIDTH OF 880 YARDS. THE MAX ESTIMATED
            WIND SPEED WAS 130 MPH.

0450 PM     HAIL             HELENA                  33.29N 86.85W
04/15/2011  E1.00 INCH       SHELBY             AL   AMATEUR RADIO  

            QUARTER SIZE HAIL IN ROCKY RIDGE AT JCT HWYS 17 AND 58.

0458 PM     TSTM WND DMG     HOOVER                  33.38N 86.82W
04/15/2011                   JEFFERSON          AL   AMATEUR RADIO  

            LARGE MAGNOLIA TREE DOWN ALONG AL HWY 150 NEAR THE HOOVER
            MET.

0458 PM     TORNADO          5 SW MYRTLEWOOD         32.19N 88.01W
04/15/2011  F3               MARENGO            AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            *** 1 FATAL, 4 INJ *** AN EF-3 TORNADO WAS SURVEYED WHERE
            SEVERAL DOZEN SINGLE FAMILY AND MOBILE HOMES WERE HEAVILY
            DAMAGED OR DESTROYED. ONE MAN WAS KILLED IN HIS DOUBLE
            WIDE MOBILE HOME AS IT WAS TOSSED SEVERAL HUNDRED FEET
            ACROSS STATE HIGHWAY 69. TWO INJURIES OCCURED IN HILLTOP
            AS A TWO STORY HOME HAD THE ENTIRE ROOF AND SEVERAL WALLS
            DESTROYED. ADDITIONAL INJURIES OCCURED IN MOBILE HOMES AS
            THEY ROLLED AND WERE TOSSED ALONG THE PATH. THE TORNADO
           
            DAMAGE PATH/WIDTH/SPEED WAS 11.8 MILES/800 YARDS/150 MPH.

0459 PM     TORNADO          ALABASTER               33.25N 86.82W
04/15/2011  F0               SHELBY             AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-0 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN IN ALABASTER NEAR EVANGEL
            CHURCH ON THOMPSON RD LIFTING A FEW MINUTES LATER NEAR
            CITY HALL ON HWY 31. SEVERAL TREES WERE KNOCKED
            DOWN...SOME ON HOMES. THE PATH LENGTH WAS 1.36 MILES LONG
            WITH A MAX WIDTH OF 50 YDS. MAX ESTIMATED WIND SPEED WAS
            70 MPH.

0500 PM     HAIL             MYRTLEWOOD              32.25N 87.95W
04/15/2011  E4.25 INCH       MARENGO            AL   BROADCAST MEDIA

0505 PM     TSTM WND DMG     GREENSBORO              32.70N 87.59W
04/15/2011                   HALE               AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

            POSSIBLE TORNADO. 20 TO 25 HOMES DAMAGED. ROADS CLOSED
            DUE TO MAJOR DAMAGE NORTH OF GREENSBORO. SEVERAL HUNDRED
            TREES DOWN IN THE COUNTY.

0506 PM     FUNNEL CLOUD     PELHAM                  33.30N 86.79W
04/15/2011                   SHELBY             AL   AMATEUR RADIO  

            HAM ALERT TEAM MEMBER REPORTS A FUNNEL OVER HY 11 IN
            PELHAM.

0510 PM     HAIL             ALABASTER               33.25N 86.82W
04/15/2011  E1.00 INCH       SHELBY             AL   NWS EMPLOYEE   

            QUARTER SIZE HAIL IN ALABASTER.

0511 PM     HAIL             HOOVER                  33.38N 86.82W
04/15/2011  E0.50 INCH       JEFFERSON          AL   AMATEUR RADIO  

0517 PM     FLASH FLOOD      HOOVER                  33.38N 86.82W
04/15/2011                   JEFFERSON          AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

            ROAD FLOODING AT 1777 CHASE DRIVE IN HOOVER.

0517 PM     HAIL             PELHAM                  33.30N 86.79W
04/15/2011  E1.00 INCH       SHELBY             AL   PUBLIC         

0517 PM     HAIL             MYRTLEWOOD              32.25N 87.95W
04/15/2011  E2.75 INCH       MARENGO            AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

0517 PM     HAIL             2 NW HALF ACRE          32.21N 87.94W
04/15/2011  E2.50 INCH       MARENGO            AL   TRAINED SPOTTER

0520 PM     HAIL             PELHAM                  33.30N 86.79W
04/15/2011  E1.00 INCH       SHELBY             AL   AMATEUR RADIO  

            QUARTER SIZE HAIL OFF CR 52 IN DEERING DOWNS SUBDIVISION.


0522 PM     TORNADO          4 W LINDEN              32.31N 87.87W
04/15/2011  F2               MARENGO            AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-2 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR PINHOOK.THE MAJORITY OF
            DAMAGE SUSTAINED WAS TO HARD AND SOFTWOOD TREES BEING
            SNAPPED AND UPROOTED. ONE BRICK HOME HAD THE ENTIRE ROOF
            AND SEVERAL EXTERIOR WALLS DESTROYED. SEVERAL OTHER HOMES
            SUSTAINED SIGNIFICANT ROOF DAMAGE...AS WELL. THE TORNADO
            DAMAGE PATH WAS 5.4 MILES LONG AND WAS 575 YARDS WIDE AT
            ITS WIDEST POINT. THE MAX ESTIMATED WIND SPEEDS WERE 130
            MPH.

0525 PM     HAIL             2 S ALABASTER           33.22N 86.82W
04/15/2011  E1.00 INCH       SHELBY             AL   AMATEUR RADIO  

            NICKLE TO QUARTER SIZE HAIL REPORTED IN THE SCOTTSDALE
            SUBDIVISION.

0527 PM     TSTM WND DMG     CHELSEA                 33.33N 86.64W
04/15/2011                   SHELBY             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

            DAMAGE TO SIDING ON FIRE STATION BUILDING.

0530 PM     TORNADO          EOLINE                  33.00N 87.23W
04/15/2011                   BIBB               AL   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS

            TREE ON HOUSE ON RAGLAND ROAD. POWER LINE DOWN ON HWY 82
            AND LINE DOWN ON RAGLAND ROAD. TREES DOWN ON HOUSE ON
            EOLINE ROAD. TREE DOWN ON HOUSE ON TRUMAN ALDRICH.

0530 PM     TORNADO          EOLINE                  33.00N 87.23W
04/15/2011                   BIBB               AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

            ROOF OFF OF HOUSE ON TRUMAN ALDRICH. TREE ON HOUSE
            DESTROYED HALF OF ROOF ON TRUMAN ALDRICH.

0530 PM     HAIL             CHELSEA                 33.33N 86.64W
04/15/2011  E1.00 INCH       SHELBY             AL   NWS EMPLOYEE   

0534 PM     HEAVY RAIN       BIRMINGHAM              33.53N 86.80W
04/15/2011  E0.00 INCH       JEFFERSON          AL   AMATEUR RADIO  

            I65 NORTHBOUND AT ALFORD AVE, 6 INCHES DEEP WATER CAUSING
            TRAVEL PROBLEMS

0534 PM     FLASH FLOOD      HOOVER                  33.38N 86.82W
04/15/2011                   JEFFERSON          AL   AMATEUR RADIO  

            US 31, BRADDICK DRIVE HAS 8 INCHES OF WATER ACROSS
            ROADWAY.

0536 PM     TORNADO          4 ESE LINDEN            32.29N 87.74W
04/15/2011  F2               MARENGO            AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-2 TORNADO TOUCHDOWN NEAR DAYTON. THE MOST
            CONCENTRATED DAMAGE OCCURED TO SEVERAL HOMES THAT HAD
            SIGNIFICANT ROOF DAMAGE. THERE WERE SEVERAL HUNDRED HARD
            AND SOFTWOOD TREES SNAPPED AND UPROOTED. THE TORNADO
            DAMAGE PATH WAS 10.9 MILES LONG AND WAS 600 YARDS WIDE AT
            ITS WIDEST POINT. THE MAX ESTIMATED WIND SPEED WAS 125
            MPH.

0540 PM     TORNADO          3 NW LINDEN             32.33N 87.84W
04/15/2011  F1               MARENGO            AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-1 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN FOR A SECOND TIME NEAR
            PINHOOK. THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR STATE HIGHWAY
            28...RIGHT AT THE CHICKASAW BOGUE...OR 2 MILES NORTHWEST
            OF LINDEN. THE TORNADO DID SIGNIFICANT TREE DAMAGE...BY
            EITHER UPROOTING OR SNAPPING LARGE HARDWOODS. THE ENTIRE
            DAMAGE PATH REMAINED IN SWAMP LAND. THE TORNADO DAMAGE
            PATH WAS 1.5 MILES LONG AND WAS 150 YARDS WIDE AT ITS
            WIDEST POINT. THE MAX ESTIMATED WIND SPEED WAS 105 MPH.

0540 PM     HEAVY RAIN       BIRMINGHAM              33.53N 86.80W
04/15/2011  U0.00 INCH       JEFFERSON          AL   AMATEUR RADIO  

            18 WHEELER HYDROPLANED...JACK KNIFED AND LEFT THE ROAD ON
            SOUTHBOUND I-65 IN DOWNTOWN BIRMINGHAM AT MILE MARKER
            258.

0545 PM     TORNADO          2 NW WILSONVILLE        33.26N 86.50W
04/15/2011  F1               SHELBY             AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-1 TORNADO TOOUCHED DOWN NEAR ON LARGIN
            ROAD...LIFTING JUST NORTH OF HWY 25 NEAR LAY LAKE INLET.
            SEVERAL TREES WERE SNAPPED AND UPROOTED AND THERE WAS
            ROOF DAMAGE TO A HOME ALONG WITH A HORSE TRAILER. THE
            PATH LENGTH/WIDTH...4.25 MILES/100 YDS AND THE MAX
            ESTIMATED WIND SPEED WAS ESTIMATED AT 90 MPH.

0554 PM     HAIL             AUBURN                  32.59N 85.48W
04/15/2011  E1.75 INCH       LEE                AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

            UNIVERSITY DRIVE

0558 PM     HAIL             OPELIKA                 32.65N 85.38W
04/15/2011  E0.50 INCH       LEE                AL   PUBLIC         

            PEA TO MARBLE SIZE HAIL IN OPELIKA AND SOME MINOR STREET
            FLOODING.

0600 PM     TORNADO          3 S UNIONTOWN           32.41N 87.51W
04/15/2011                   PERRY              AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            DAMAGE WAS CONSISTENT WITH AN EF-0 TORNADO. WINDS WERE
            AROUND 95 MPH. THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN JUST NORTH OF
            COOPER ROAD OFF HIGHWAY 65 TRAVELING EAST-NORTHEAST TO
            JUST SOUTH OF HIGHWAY 80 OFF OF TAYLOE ROAD. THIS
            TOUCHDOWN UPROOTED AND SNAPPED NUMEROUS TREES AND DID
            SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE TO 2 OUTBUILDINGS. THE DAMAGE PATH WAS
            4.6 MILES LONG AND WAS 150 YARDS WIDE.

0620 PM     TORNADO          ALPINE                  33.36N 86.22W
04/15/2011                   TALLADEGA          AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

            TREE DOWN ACROSS RENFROE ROAD.

0625 PM     TSTM WND DMG     AUBURN                  32.59N 85.48W
04/15/2011                   LEE                AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

            ROOF REMOVED FROM MOBILE HOME. TREES AND POWERLINES DOWN.


0627 PM     TORNADO          5 SSE MARION            32.57N 87.29W
04/15/2011  F2               PERRY              AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-2 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN 2.7 MILES NORTH OF HAMBURG
            JUST WEST OF COUNTY ROAD 45. THERE WAS SOME DAMAGE TO THE
            ROOF OF A BARN AND SEVERAL DOZEN HARD AND SOFTWOOD TREES
            UPROOTED AND SNAPPED. THE TORNADO CROSSED COUNTY ROAD 45
            WHERE A SIGNIFICANT NUMBER OF HARDWOOD TREES WERE ALSO
            UPRROTED AND SNAPPED. THE LENGTH OF THE DAMAGE PATH WAS 1
            MILE WITH A MAX WIDTH OF 500 YARDS. THE MAX ESTIMATED
            WIND SPEED WAS ESTIMATED AT 115 MPH.

0632 PM     TORNADO          TALLADEGA               33.43N 86.10W
04/15/2011                   TALLADEGA          AL   FIRE DEPT/RESCUE

            TALLADEGA RESCUE SQUAD REPORTED A TORNADO ON HWY 77 FROM
            TALLADEGA FIRE STATION.

0636 PM     TORNADO          S MARION                32.63N 87.32W
04/15/2011                   PERRY              AL   PUBLIC         

            POWER LINES DOWN. CR 45 CLOSED.

0639 PM     TORNADO          2 NNW SURGINER          32.08N 87.73W
04/15/2011  F2               MARENGO            AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-2 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN FOR THE SECOND TIME NEAR
            NANAFALIA. TWO DOZEN HOMES WERE SIGNIFICANTLY DAMAGED DUE
            TO FALLEN TREES AND LARGE SECTIONS OF ROOFING MATERIAL
            WERE REMOVED BY THE TORNADIC WINDS. THE MOST CONCENTRATED
            DAMAGE OCCURED IN NANFALIA...ALONG HIGHWAY 7 NORTH OF
            SWEET WATER...AND IN THE OCTAGON/CALVARY AREAS. THE
            TORNADO DAMAGE PATH WAS 20.9 MILES LONG AND WAS 800 YARDS
            WIDE AT ITS WIDEST POINT. THE MAX WIND WAS 135 MPH.

0700 PM     TSTM WND DMG     5 E HAMBURG             32.53N 87.20W
04/15/2011                   PERRY              AL   AMATEUR RADIO  

            SPOTTER OBSERVED 75 MPH WINDS ON A HAND HELD ANEMOMETER 1
            MILE SOUTHEAST OF SUTTLE...WITH SEVERAL TREES DOWN.

0705 PM     TORNADO          6 NNW VALLEY GRANDE     32.60N 87.01W
04/15/2011  F1               DALLAS             AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-1 TORNADO BRIEFLY TOUCHED DOWN ALONG COUNTY ROAD
            272 UPROOTING SEVERAL SOFT AND HARDWOOD TREES.
            SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE WAS SUSTAINED TO A MOBILE HOME FROM
            UPROOTED TREES. THE DAMAGE PATH LENGTH WAS 0.1 MILES AND
            THE MAX WIDTH WAS 75 YARDS WIDE. THE MAX ESTIMATED WINDS
            WERE 90 MPH.

0726 PM     TSTM WND DMG     MARION                  32.63N 87.32W
04/15/2011                   PERRY              AL   BROADCAST MEDIA

            TREE DOWN ON BALLARD ROAD.

0737 PM     FUNNEL CLOUD     MONTGOMERY              32.35N 86.28W
04/15/2011                   MONTGOMERY         AL   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            OVER MONTGOMERY AIRPORT.

0748 PM     TORNADO          4 WNW CAHABA RIVER AT M 32.47N 87.23W
04/15/2011  F1               DALLAS             AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-1 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NORTH OF MARION JUNCTION
            ALONG COUNTY ROAD 58 TRAVELING NORTHEAST TO COUNTY ROAD
            944. HEAVY DAMAGE WAS SUSTAINED TO THE ROOF AND WALLS OF
            A METAL WAREHOUSE. THE PATH LENGTH WAS 0.2 MILES AND MAX
            WIDTH WAS 100 YARDS. THE WINDS WERE ESTIMATED AT 90 MPH.

0804 PM     TORNADO          5 SSE CAHABA RIVER AT M 32.38N 87.16W
04/15/2011                   DALLAS             AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            DAMAGE NORTH OF BELOIT WAS CONSISTENT WITH AN EF-1
            TORNADO. WINDS WERE AROUND 105 MPH...TOUCHED DOWN EAST OF
            COUNTY RD 189 AND NORTH OF COUNTY RD 205 TRAVELING
            EAST-NORTHEAST FOR A PATH LENGTH OF 1.6 MILES OVER
            PASTURE LAND. IT UPROOTED AND SNAPPED HUNDREDS OF
            HARDWOOD TREES AND DESTROYED A LARGE CATTLE FEEDER. THE
            PATH WIDTH WAS 250 YARDS WIDE AT ITS WIDEST POINT.

0812 PM     HAIL             SELMA                   32.42N 87.02W
04/15/2011  E1.00 INCH       DALLAS             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

            DOWNTOWN SELMA

0813 PM     TSTM WND DMG     5 WSW SELMA             32.38N 87.09W
04/15/2011                   DALLAS             AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            SEVERAL TREES DOWN INCLUDING ONE ON A HOUSE. DAMAGE TO
            AWNING OF OLD GAS STATION.

0817 PM     HAIL             VALLEY GRANDE           32.52N 86.98W
04/15/2011  E0.88 INCH       DALLAS             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

0850 PM     TSTM WND DMG     5 SSW VIDA JUNCTION     32.51N 86.71W
04/15/2011                   AUTAUGA            AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

            TREES DOWN AT HWY 82 AND CR 40 IN INDEPENDENCE. POSSIBLE
            TORNADO.

0915 PM     TSTM WND DMG     MARBURY                 32.70N 86.47W
04/15/2011                   AUTAUGA            AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

            TREES DOWN AT CR56 AND CR43. POSSIBLE TORNADO.

0928 PM     TORNADO          1 NNE TITUS             32.72N 86.31W
04/15/2011  F0               ELMORE             AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-0 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN JUST WEST OF GRAYS FERRY
            RD...0.7 MILES NORTHEAST OF TITUS. FROM THERE IT TRAVELED
            NORTHEAST CROSSING GRAYS FERRY ROAD LIFTING IN A WOODED
            AREA ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE ROADWAY. FOUR BARNS WERE
            DAMAGED. HARDWOOD TREES HAD LARGE LIMBS SNAPPED
            OFF...ALTHOUGH NO TREES WERE TOTALLY SNAPPED OR UPROOTED.
            A CARPORT WAS ALSO DESTROYED ALONG WITH THE CARS
            UNDERNEATH. THE DAMAGE PATH WAS 0.36 MILES AND 50 YARDS
            WIDE. THE MAX ESTIMATED WIND SPEED WAS 75 MPH.

0934 PM     TORNADO          WSW MULBERRY            32.46N 86.78W
04/15/2011  F1               AUTAUGA            AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-1 TORNADO WAS SURVEYED NEAR MULBERRY. THE TORNADO
            TOUCHED DOWN NEAR HIGHWAY 14 AND LIFTED NORTHEAST OF CR
            9. SEVERAL DOZEN HARDWOOD TREES WERE UPROOTED. THE
            TORNADO PATH LENGTH/WIDTH WAS 2.0 MILES AND 300 YDS WIDE.
            THE MAX WIND SPEEDS WERE ESTIMATED AT 90 MPH.

1049 PM     TORNADO          4 S NEW PROSPECT        32.61N 86.54W
04/15/2011                   AUTAUGA            AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

            TREES DOWN AND HOME DAMAGED AT CR 57 SOUTH OF CR 49.

1050 PM     TORNADO          6 N BOOTH               32.59N 86.57W
04/15/2011                   AUTAUGA            AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

            WINDOWS BROKEN...PORCHES TORN...AND TREES DOWN IN MOBILE
            HOME PARK ON CR94.

1055 PM     TORNADO          6 NW PRATTVILLE         32.52N 86.52W
04/15/2011                   AUTAUGA            AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

            *** 3 FATAL, 4 INJ *** CR 40 SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE. HOMES
            DESTROYED. EMA REPORTS SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE IN THE ENTIRE
            AREA.

1117 PM     TORNADO          3 NE TEN CEDAR ESTATES  32.69N 86.21W
04/15/2011  F2               ELMORE             AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-2 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN 6.4 MILES WEST OF CENTRAL
            ALONG COUNTY ROAD 334 IN NORTHERN ELMORE COUNTY.THE
            TORNADO TRAVELED NORTHEAST CROSSING STATE HIGHWAY 9 IN
            SOUTHERN COOSA COUNTY CAUSING STRUCTURE DAMAGE TO AT
            LEAST ONE HOME IN EQUALITY...WHERE THE ROOF AND REAR WALL
            WERE DESTROYED. THE TORNADO CONTINUED NORTHEAST INTO
            TALLAPOOSA COUNTY WHERE TREES WERE SNAPPED IN WIND CREEK
            STATE PARK. THE PATH LENGTH WAS 22.4 MILES WITH A WIDTH
            OF 800 YARDS. THE MAX ESTIMATED WINDS WERE 130 MPH.

1142 PM     TORNADO          5 SE ALEXANDER CITY     32.87N 85.88W
04/15/2011  F1               TALLAPOOSA         AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-1 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN IN A WOODED AREA ON THE EAST
            SIDE OF LAKE MARTIN...OR 4 MILES SOUTHWEST OF JACKSONS
            GAP. MOST OF THE DAMAGE CONSISTED OF UPROOTED AND SNAPPED
            HARD AND SOFTWOOD TREES. AS THE TORNADO CONTINUED
            NORTHEAST AND CROSSED HIGHWAY 280...3 HOMES WERE DAMAGED
            DUE TO FALLING TREES AND A TRAMPOLINE WAS TOSSED 30 FEET.
            THE TORNADO LIFTED NORTH OF HIGHWAY 280...3.1 MILES NORTH
            OF JACKSONS GAP. THE PATH LENGTH WAS 6.4 MILES WITH A
            WIDTH OF 200 YARDS. THE MAX WINDS WERE 100 MPH.

1145 PM     TSTM WND DMG     2 NNE DAVENPORT         32.09N 86.39W
04/15/2011                   MONTGOMERY         AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

            TREES AND POWERLINES DOWN NEAR HWY 31.

1213 AM     TSTM WND DMG     WADLEY                  33.12N 85.57W
04/16/2011                   RANDOLPH           AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

            SIGNS IN A SHOPPING CENTER BLOWN DOWN IN THE WADLEY AREA.


1227 AM     TSTM WND DMG     1 W ROANOKE             33.15N 85.39W
04/16/2011                   RANDOLPH           AL   EMERGENCY MNGR 

            LARGE TREE FELL ON HOME.

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