Preliminary Local Storm Reports
Sunday, April 19, 2009


..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0247 PM     TSTM WND DMG     1 S FAYETTE             33.68N 87.83W
04/19/2009                   FAYETTE            AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            A TREE WAS BLOWN DOWN ON POWER LINES JUST SOUTH OF THE
            CITY.

0306 PM     TSTM WND DMG     ALICEVILLE              33.13N 88.16W
04/19/2009                   PICKENS            AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            A FEW TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN NEAR ALICEVILLE ON HIGHWAY
            14.

0335 PM     HAIL             11 SW TUSCALOOSA        33.13N 87.68W
04/19/2009  E0.75 INCH       TUSCALOOSA         AL   FIRE DEPT/RESCUE

            DIME TO PENNY SIZE HAIL WAS REPORTED AT THE INTERSECTION
            OF FOXFIRE ROAD AND SIPSEY VALLEY ROAD IN ROMULUS.

0340 PM     TSTM WND DMG     4 S SIPSEY RIVER        33.20N 87.77W
04/19/2009                   TUSCALOOSA         AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            A TREE WAS BLOWN DOWN ON SIPSEY VALLEY ROAD JUST NORTH OF
            KELLEYTOWN ROAD.

0458 PM     TSTM WND DMG     4 WSW LAKE WILDWOOD     33.16N 87.43W
04/19/2009                   TUSCALOOSA         AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            TREE DOWN ON CLEMENTS RD NEAR THE EASTERN HILLS
            SUBDIVISION.

0505 PM     HAIL             3 NE COALING            33.19N 87.30W
04/19/2009  E0.25 INCH       TUSCALOOSA         AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            PEA SIZE HAIL WAS REPORTED ALONG INTERSTATE 20 NEAR EXIT
            NUMBER 86.

0512 PM     HAIL             1 W BYRD                34.08N 88.15W
04/19/2009  E1.75 INCH       MARION             AL   TRAINED SPOTTER

            GOLF BALL SIZE HAIL WAS REPORTED ALONG THE ALABAMA
            MISSISSIPPI STATE LINE WEST OF THE BYRD COMMUNITY.

0523 PM     HAIL             HAMILTON                34.14N 87.98W
04/19/2009  E1.00 INCH       MARION             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            PENNY TO QUARTER SIZE HAIL WAS OBSERVED IN HAMILTON.

0528 PM     HAIL             BYRD                    34.08N 88.13W
04/19/2009  E1.00 INCH       MARION             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            QUARTER SIZE HAIL FELL IN THE BYRD COMMUNITY.

0530 PM     HAIL             HAMILTON                34.14N 87.98W
04/19/2009  E1.75 INCH       MARION             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            HAIL AT LEAST GOLF BALL SIZE WAS REPORTED IN HAMILTON.

0552 PM     TORNADO          3 W NEWBERN             32.59N 87.59W
04/19/2009  F0               HALE               AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            TWO BARNS SUSTAINED SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE, ONE HOME SUFFERED
            PARTIAL ROOF DAMAGE AND HUNDREDS OF TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN
            NORTH OF COUNTY ROAD 16 ALONG HIGHWAY 25 IN WHITSITT.

0604 PM     TORNADO          4 NE NEWBERN            32.64N 87.49W
04/19/2009  F1               PERRY              AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            EF-1. 50-100 SOFTWOOD TREES SNAPPED OR UPROOTED. ONE HOME
            SUSTAINED SHINGLE DAMAGE.

0610 PM     HAIL             NATURAL BRIDGE          34.09N 87.60W
04/19/2009  E0.88 INCH       WINSTON            AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            NICKEL SIZE HAIL WAS OBSERVED IN AND NEAR NATURAL BRIDGE.


0616 PM     TORNADO          2 NE ALABASTER          33.27N 86.79W
04/19/2009  F0               SHELBY             AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            MULTIPLE TREES WERE UPROOTED AND SNAPPED ALONG HIGHWAY 11
            NEAR INTERSTATE 65. SOME TREES LANDED ON MOBILE HOMES AND
            A GAS LEAK WAS CAUSED BY UPROOTED TREES. MINOR TO
            MODERATE STRUCTURAL DAMAGE IN MULTIPLE APARTMENT
            COMPLEXES

0616 PM     FUNNEL CLOUD     GUIN                    33.97N 87.91W
04/19/2009                   MARION             AL   PUBLIC

            A FUNNEL CLOUD WAS REPORTED JUST NORTH OF GUIN ON STATE
            HIGHWAY 43 NEAR COUNTY ROAD 45.

0628 PM     TORNADO          3 N MARION              32.67N 87.31W
04/19/2009  F1               PERRY              AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ABOUT 1/2 MILE WEST OF COUNTY ROAD
            7, NORTH OF THE COUNTY ROAD 7/24 SPLIT. THE TORNADO
            TRAVELED EAST-NORTHEAST CROSSING OVER COUNTY ROAD 5 AND
            LIFTING ABOUT 2 1/2 MILES SOUTH OF COUNTY ROAD 16. ALONG
            THE PATH, APPROXIMATELY 100 HARDWOODS WERE SNAPPED, AND
            NEAR THE END OF THE PATH, SEVERAL HARDWOODS WERE UPROOTED
            AND A HOME SUSTAINED MINOR DAMAGE TO SHINGLES AND FACEA.
            THE TORNADO PATH WAS 1.25 MILES AND 100 YARDS WIDE AT ITS
            WIDEST POINT.

0635 PM     HAIL             DOUBLE SPRINGS          34.15N 87.40W
04/19/2009  E0.75 INCH       WINSTON            AL   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            HAIL AT LEAST THE SIZE OF PENNIES FELL NEAR DOUBLE
            SPRINGS.

0653 PM     TORNADO          4 SW ALABASTER          33.20N 86.86W
04/19/2009  F0               SHELBY             AL   NWS EMPLOYEE

            BASED ON PHOTOS AND EYEWITNESS ACCOUNTS, ANOTHER TORNADO
            HAS BEEN DOCUMENTED IN ALABASTER. THE TORNADO WAS RATED
            AN EF-0 WITH THE HIGHEST WINDS BETWEEN 60 AND 65 MPH. A
            FEW TREES WERE DAMAGED ALONG THE PATH AND SOME MINOR
            SHINGLE DAMAGE OCCURRED. SEVERAL PEOPLE WITNESSED AND
            PHOTOGRAPHED THE WEAK TORNADO INCLUDING NATIONAL WEATHER
            SERVICE PERSONNEL. THE TORNADO TRACK WAS 3.3 MILES LONG
            AND 100 YARDS WIDE.

0718 PM     TSTM WND DMG     1 S MAPLESVILLE         32.77N 86.88W
04/19/2009                   CHILTON            AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            FEW TREES UPROOTED ALONG THE HWY 22 TRUCK ROUTE.

0743 PM     HAIL             JASPER                  33.85N 87.27W
04/19/2009  E0.75 INCH       WALKER             AL   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            PENNY SIZE HAIL WAS REPORTED BETWEEN PARRISH AND JASPER.

0750 PM     HAIL             WEDGEWORTH              32.81N 87.76W
04/19/2009  E0.25 INCH       HALE               AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            PEA SIZE HAIL WAS REPORTED ON THE CORNER OF HIGHWAY 14
            AND HIGHWAY 60 IN WEDGEWORTH.

0750 PM     FUNNEL CLOUD     VERBENA                 32.75N 86.51W
04/19/2009                   CHILTON            AL   PUBLIC

            A FUNNEL CLOUD WAS REPORTED NEAR THE TOWN OF VERBENA.

0805 PM     FUNNEL CLOUD     SAWYERVILLE             32.75N 87.73W
04/19/2009                   HALE               AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            A FUNNEL WAS REPORTED NEAR THE TOWN SAWYERVILLE.

0810 PM     TORNADO          3 WNW MEADVILLE         32.09N 86.19W
04/19/2009  F0               MONTGOMERY         AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            JUST WEST OF THE TOWN OF GIBSON, A TORNADO BRIEFLY
            TOUCHED DOWN TO THE WEST OF MT. LEBANON ROAD AND TRAVELED
            TO THE EAST FOR 0.15 MILES, LIFTING JUST TO THE EAST OF
            MT. LEBANON ROAD. DAMAGE ALONG THE PATH INCLUDED EIGHT TO
            TEN TREES SNAPPED OR UPROOTED, METAL ROOFING BLOWN OFF A
            BARN AND MINOR SHINGLE DAMAGE TO A HOME. AT ITS WIDEST
            POINT, THE TORNADO WAS 150 YARDS WIDE.

0812 PM     HAIL             2 SW BLOUNTSVILLE       34.07N 86.60W
04/19/2009  E0.75 INCH       BLOUNT             AL   PUBLIC

            DIME TO PENNY SIZE HAIL WAS REPORTED NEAR THE CULLMAN AND
            BLOUNT COUNTY LINE.

0820 PM     TORNADO          5 NE MEADVILLE          32.11N 86.07W
04/19/2009  F1               MONTGOMERY         AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN JUST WEST OF US HIGHWAY 231 ACROSS
            FROM OLD BARNES ROAD. THE TORNADO TRAVELED EAST-NORTHEAST
            FOR 0.20 MILES AND LIFTED ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE
            HIGHWAY. ALONG THE PATH, DAMAGE INCLUDED THREE HORSE
            TRAILERS BEING TOSSED OVER 50 FEET, ONE OF WHICH WEIGHED
            OVER 10000 LBS. AT THE WIDEST POINT, THE TORNADO WAS 50
            YARDS WIDE.

0825 PM     HAIL             SAYRE                   33.71N 86.97W
04/19/2009  E0.75 INCH       JEFFERSON          AL   PUBLIC

            DIME TO PENNY SIZE HAIL WAS REPORTED NEAR SAYRE.

0836 PM     TORNADO          3 N SHOPTON             32.16N 85.94W
04/19/2009  F0               BULLOCK            AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN 3 MILES NORTH OF THE TOWN OF
            SHOPTON. DAMAGE INCLUDED NUMEROUS TREES SNAPPED AND
            UPROOTED. THE LENGTH OF THE PATH WAS 0.10 MILES AND WAS
            50 YARDS WIDE.

0859 PM     TORNADO          6 SE ALLGOOD            33.86N 86.44W
04/19/2009  F2               BLOUNT             AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            EIGHTEEN STRUCTURES DAMAGED OR DESTROYED. FOUR STRUCTURES
            COMPLETELY DESTROYED. SEVEN CHICKEN HOUSES DESTROYED.

0921 PM     TORNADO          3 NE ASHVILLE           33.86N 86.22W
04/19/2009  F1               ST. CLAIR          AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN JUST NORTH OF COUNTY ROAD 25 ON
            JOSHUA DRIVE AND TRAVELED EAST-NORTHEAST PARALLELING
            COUNTY ROAD 25 FOR 2.92 MILES BEFORE LIFTING JUST TO THE
            WEST OF MOPAR DRIVE, SOUTH OF COUNTY ROAD 25. ALONG THE
            PATH, APPROXIMATELY 50 TREES WERE SNAPPED OR UPROOTED. AT
            ITS WIDEST POINT, THE TORNADO WAS 75 YARDS WIDE.

0930 PM     TSTM WND DMG     5 SSE TUSKEGEE NATIONAL 32.42N 85.56W
04/19/2009                   MACON              AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            COUPLE TREES DOWN ON COUNTY RD 71 BETWEEN RED RD AND
            LITTLE TEXAS...TIME ESTIMATED.

0945 PM     TSTM WND DMG     OHATCHEE                33.78N 86.02W
04/19/2009                   CALHOUN            AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            ONE TREE REPORTED DOWN IN THE CITY.

0945 PM     TSTM WND DMG     CREEK STAND             32.29N 85.48W
04/19/2009                   MACON              AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            COUPLE TREES DOWN NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF COUNTY RD 79
            AND COUNTY RD 10...TIME ESTIMATED.

1000 PM     TSTM WND DMG     TALLADEGA               33.43N 86.10W
04/19/2009                   TALLADEGA          AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            A TREE WAS BLOWN DOWN ON A HOUSE ON COFFEE STREET.
            ANOTHER TREE FELL ON HOUSE ON SOUTH STREET. A THIRD TREE
            LANDED ON A CAR ON LAYHE CIRCLE. NO INJURIES REPORTED AT
            THIS TIME...TIME ESTIMATED.

1004 PM     TSTM WND DMG     TALLADEGA               33.43N 86.10W
04/19/2009                   TALLADEGA          AL   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            TREES AND POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN IN THE CITY OF
            TALLADEGA.

1033 PM     TORNADO          1 SW PHENIX CITY        32.46N 85.02W
04/19/2009  F2               RUSSELL            AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            FIVE BUSINESSES SUSTAINED MAJOR ROOF DAMAGE. SEVEN HOMES
            WITH MINOR TO MAJOR ROOF DAMAGE. 100-200 TRESS SNAPPED OR
            UPROOTED.


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