Local Storm Report for April 27, 2011


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

0405 AM     TSTM WND DMG     NW MILLPORT             33.56N 88.08W
04/27/2011                   LAMAR              AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            TREES DOWN ON HWY 96 WEST OF MILLPORT.

0416 AM     TORNADO          7 SW TOMBIGBEE RIVER NE 33.02N 88.33W
04/27/2011  F2               PICKENS            AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STORM SURVEY TEAM HAS
            DETERMINED THAT A TORNADO MOVED INTO DANCY FROM MS. THE
            TORNADO WAS WIDE AND DOWNED TREES AND AN OUTBUILDING. THE
            TORNADO CONTINUED TO THE ENE TO ST RD 14 WERE SEVERAL
            TREES WERE UPROOTED AND SNAPPED...ALONG WITH AN
            IRRIGATION SYSTEM THAT WAS DAMAGED. THE TORNADO BEGAN TO
            LIFT NEAR HAMILTON JR CRAFT ROAD.

0420 AM     TSTM WND DMG     3 SE SHOTSVILLE         34.24N 88.09W
04/27/2011                   MARION             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            NUMEROUS TREES REPORTED ACROSS COUNTY.

0428 AM     TSTM WND DMG     HAMILTON                34.14N 87.98W
04/27/2011                   MARION             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            A FEW TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN NEAR AND TO THE EAST OF
            HAMILTON.

0430 AM     TORNADO          3 SSE MCSHAN            33.35N 88.12W
04/27/2011  F2               PICKENS            AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-2 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR PHOENIX AVE NEAR MCSHAN
            AND UPROOTED OR SNAPPED THOUSANDS OF TREES IN A RURAL
            FORESTLAND AREA. THE TORNADO TRAVELED NORTHEAST CROSSING
            HIGHWAY 82 NORTHWEST OF REFORM AND LIFTED NEAR BIG HILL
            CHURCH ROAD. ALONG THE PATH...ADDITIONAL TREE DAMAGE AND
            MINOR ROOF DAMAGE TO SEVERAL HOMES AND OUTBUILDINGS
            OCCURRED. ONE HOME SUSTAINED MINOR WALL AND SIGNIFICANT
            ROOF DAMAGE. THE TRACK WAS 15.5 MI LONG...1000 YDS
            WIDE...WITH PEAK WINDS OF 120 MPH.

0430 AM     TSTM WND DMG     EMELLE                  32.73N 88.32W
04/27/2011                   SUMTER             AL   FIRE DEPT/RESCUE

            TREES DOWN ON HWY 17.

0438 AM     TSTM WND DMG     CARROLLTON              33.26N 88.10W
04/27/2011                   PICKENS            AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            TREES DOWN IN CARROLLTON ON HWY 86 AND HWY 82.

0438 AM     TSTM WND DMG     REFORM                  33.38N 88.02W
04/27/2011                   PICKENS            AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            TREES DOWN ON SEVERAL HOUSES IN REFORM.

0441 AM     TORNADO          5 SSE GORDO             33.24N 87.88W
04/27/2011  F3               PICKENS            AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF3 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN SOUTH OF HIGHWAY 82 IN FAR
            EASTERN PICKENS COUNTY...MOVED NORTHEAST CROSSING INTO
            TUSCALOOSA COUNTY NEAR HOLMAN AND CONTINUED NORTHEAST
            FINALLY LIFTING ENE OF SAMANTHA. THOUSANDS OF TREES WERE
            UPROOTED OR SNAPPED ALONG THE PATH. SEVERAL HOMES WERE
            DAMAGED DUE TO FALLING TREES. SEVERAL BARNS WERE DAMAGED
            OR DESTROYED. THE ROOF OF ONE HOME WAS TOSSED 200 YDS. A
            3500LB TRAILER WAS TOSSED 100 YDS. THE TRACK WAS 22.4 MI
            LONG...600 YDS WIDE...WITH PEAK WINDS OF 140 MPH.

0442 AM     TSTM WND DMG     N LIVINGSTON            32.60N 88.19W
04/27/2011                   SUMTER             AL   FIRE DEPT/RESCUE

            TREES DOWN AT THE UNIVERSITY IN LIVINGSTON.

0443 AM     TSTM WND DMG     2 ESE BENEVOLA          33.10N 87.94W
04/27/2011                   GREENE             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            TREES DOWN COUNTY WIDE.

0444 AM     TSTM WND DMG     YORK                    32.50N 88.30W
04/27/2011                   SUMTER             AL   FIRE DEPT/RESCUE

            TREES DOWN BLOCKING HWY 17 NEAR YORK.

0449 AM     TSTM WND DMG     BUHL                    33.26N 87.75W
04/27/2011                   TUSCALOOSA         AL   PUBLIC

            NUMEROUS TREES DOWN

0454 AM     TSTM WND DMG     SAMANTHA                33.42N 87.60W
04/27/2011                   TUSCALOOSA         AL   BROADCAST MEDIA

            STRUCTURE DAMAGE AND NUMEROUS TREES DOWN.

0500 AM     TSTM WND DMG     CORONA                  33.71N 87.47W
04/27/2011                   WALKER             AL   TRAINED SPOTTER

            TREES AND POWERLINES DOWNED. MINOR DAMAGE TO ONE HOME ON
            WOLF CREEK ROAD.

0502 AM     TSTM WND GST     TUSCALOOSA              33.24N 87.54W
04/27/2011  M71.00 MPH       TUSCALOOSA         AL   OFFICIAL NWS OBS

0504 AM     TSTM WND GST     TUSCALOOSA              33.24N 87.54W
04/27/2011  M78.00 MPH       TUSCALOOSA         AL   TRAINED SPOTTER

            REPORTED ON UA CAMPUS.

0505 AM     TSTM WND DMG     MOUNDVILLE              33.00N 87.63W
04/27/2011                   HALE               AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            TREES AND POWERLINES DOWN IN AND AROUND MOUNDVILLE AND
            AKRON

0506 AM     TSTM WND DMG     TUSCALOOSA              33.24N 87.54W
04/27/2011                   TUSCALOOSA         AL   BROADCAST MEDIA

            TREES DOWN ON THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA CAMPUS.

0506 AM     TSTM WND DMG     DUNCANVILLE             33.08N 87.46W
04/27/2011                   TUSCALOOSA         AL   BROADCAST MEDIA

            TREES AND POWERLINES DONW ON HOMES. HOMES DAMAGED OR
            DESTROYED.

0507 AM     TORNADO          3 SSE BANKSTON          33.63N 87.65W
04/27/2011  F1               FAYETTE            AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-1 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ALONG STATE ROAD 18...4 MI
            SOUTHWEST OF BERRY...DAMAGING SEVERAL BARNS AND SNAPPING
            OR UPROOTING SEVERAL TREES. THE TORNADO TRAVELLED
            NORTHEAST...CAUSING WALL AND ROOF DAMAGE TO SEVERAL
            BUSINESSES AND HOMES IN BERRY...RESULTING IN 4 INJURIES.
            THE TORNADO LIFTED NORTHEAST OF BERRY NEAR SIMMONS ROAD.
            THE TRACK WAS 7.5 MI LONG...200 YDS WIDE...WITH PEAK
            WINDS OF 100 MPH.

0507 AM     TSTM WND DMG     BERRY                   33.66N 87.61W
04/27/2011                   FAYETTE            AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            NUMEROUS TREES DOWN AND STRUCTURE DAMAGE INCLUDING THE
            ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. 30 TO 40 STRUCTURES DAMAGE. MAINLY
            ROOF DAMAGE. AT LEASE 2 MOBILE HOMES DESTROYED. NO
            INJURIES.

0510 AM     TSTM WND DMG     5 NNE EUTAW             32.91N 87.86W
04/27/2011                   GREENE             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            MINOR DAMAGE TO SEVERAL HOTELS AND STORES AT EXIT 45
            ALONG I-20.

0517 AM     TORNADO          2 W COALING             33.16N 87.37W
04/27/2011  F3               TUSCALOOSA         AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-3 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN JUST OUTSIDE OF COALING AND
            MOVED NE ACROSS E TUSCALOOSA COUNTY INTO FAR SW JEFFERSON
            COUNTY DAMAGING OR DESTROYING SEVERAL HOMES. THE MERCEDES
            PLANT SUSTAIN ROOF DAMAGE AND POWER POLES WERE BLOWN
            DOWN. NUMEROUS TREES WERE SNAPPED THROUGH THE TRACK WHICH
            WAS 18.3 MILES LONG AND 200 YARDS WIDE WITH PEAK WINDS OF
            UP TO 155 MPH.

0517 AM     TSTM WND DMG     DUNCANVILLE             33.08N 87.46W
04/27/2011                   TUSCALOOSA         AL   PUBLIC

            SEVERAL TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN AND SOME ON HOMES.

0519 AM     TSTM WND DMG     TOWNLEY                 33.83N 87.43W
04/27/2011                   WALKER             AL   CO-OP OBSERVER

            TREES DOWN AND DEBRIS IN THE ROAD.

0520 AM     TORNADO          3 ESE THE WYE           33.60N 87.33W
04/27/2011  F3               WALKER             AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-3...POSSIBLY HIGHER...TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN IN RURAL
            SOUTHWESTERN WALKER COUNTY AND RAPIDLY INTENSIFIED AS IT
            MOVED NNE THROUGH THE ALDRIDGE AND CORDOVA
            COMMUNITIES...DISSIPATING 2.5 MILES WSW OF SIPSEY. THE
            TORNADO DAMAGED AT LEAST 4 HOMES AND DESTROYED SEVERAL
            MOBILE HOMES. MANY BUILDINGS IN DOWNTOWN CORDOVA ALSO
            SUFFERED SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE. THE TRACK WAS 19 MI
            LONG...300 YDS WIDE...WITH PEAK WINDS OF AT LEAST 140
            MPH.

0521 AM     TSTM WND DMG     GREENSBORO              32.70N 87.59W
04/27/2011                   HALE               AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            TREES AND POWERLINES DOWN

0525 AM     TSTM WND DMG     1 SSW GORDO             33.31N 87.91W
04/27/2011                   PICKENS            AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            TREES AND POWERLINES DOWN ON SR 86 AT MILE MARKER 15 AND
            US 82 AT MILE MARKER 30.

0525 AM     TSTM WND DMG     COALING                 33.16N 87.34W
04/27/2011                   TUSCALOOSA         AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            NUMEROUS TREES AND STRUCTURES DAMAGED IN THE COALING
            AREA. AT LEAST 30 HOME DAMAGED, 15 OF THOSE HEAVILY
            DAMAGED AND POTENTIALLY UNINHABITABLE. SEVERAL INJURIES
            BUT NO DETAILS AT THIS TIME.

0526 AM     TSTM WND DMG     JASPER                  33.85N 87.27W
04/27/2011                   WALKER             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            NUMEROUS TREES DOWN AND STRUCUTRE DAMAGE IN JASPER.

0526 AM     TSTM WND DMG     VANCE                   33.17N 87.23W
04/27/2011                   TUSCALOOSA         AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            NUMEROUS TREES AND LARGE POWER POLES SNAPPED OFF AROUND
            VANCE. INTERSTATE 20/59 WAS TEMPORARILY BLOCKED.

0528 AM     TORNADO          CORDOVA                 33.76N 87.19W
04/27/2011                   WALKER             AL   CO-OP OBSERVER

            *** 2 INJ *** ROAD SIGNS BLOWN DOWN AND A TRUCK BLOWN
            INTO THE DITCH ALONG INTERSTATE 22 AND EXIT 70. NUMEROUS
            TREES AND STRUCTURES DAMAGED. AT LEAST ONE MOBILE
            DESTROYED.

0531 AM     TSTM WND DMG     WOODSTOCK JUNCTION      33.22N 87.17W
04/27/2011                   TUSCALOOSA         AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            NUMEROUS TREES DOWN AND ROADS CLOSED IN NORTHERN BIBB.
            SEVERAL STRUCUTRES ALSO DAMAGED.

0531 AM     TSTM WND DMG     3 N WOODSTOCK JUNCTION  33.26N 87.17W
04/27/2011                   TUSCALOOSA         AL   TRAINED SPOTTER

            TRACTOR TRAILERS OVERTURNED AND TREES UPROOTED NEAR MILE
            MARKER 93 ON INTERSTATE 20/59.

0535 AM     TSTM WND DMG     BUCKSVILLE              33.28N 87.09W
04/27/2011                   TUSCALOOSA         AL   PUBLIC

            TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN ON TINLGE SPRINGS CIRCLE NEAR
            EXIT 100 ON INTERSTATE 20/59.

0535 AM     TSTM WND DMG     SIPSEY                  33.82N 87.09W
04/27/2011                   WALKER             AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            OUTBUILDINGS DAMAGED NEAR SIPSEY.

0538 AM     TSTM WND DMG     3 S MCADORY             33.34N 87.01W
04/27/2011                   JEFFERSON          AL   PUBLIC

            NUMEROUS TREES DOWN IN THE MCCALLA AREA.

0540 AM     TSTM WND DMG     ENSLEY                  33.51N 86.89W
04/27/2011                   JEFFERSON          AL   BROADCAST MEDIA

            TWO LARGE BROADCAST RADIO TOWERS REPORTED DOWN NEAR THE
            FAIRGROUNDS.

0540 AM     TSTM WND DMG     7 S BESSEMER            33.27N 86.96W
04/27/2011                   JEFFERSON          AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            TREES AND POWERLINES DOWN NEAR SHADES CREST ROAD AND
            BLUFF RIDGE ROAD.

0540 AM     TSTM WND DMG     3 SE MONTEVALLO         33.08N 86.81W
04/27/2011                   SHELBY             AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            TREES DOWN AT THE INTERSECTION OF COUNTY ROAD 18 AND
            COUNTY ROAD 19

0540 AM     TSTM WND DMG     HUEYTOWN                33.44N 87.00W
04/27/2011                   JEFFERSON          AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            TREES DOWN ON HOUSES AND BLOCKING ROADWAYS.

0545 AM     TSTM WND DMG     MONTEVALLO              33.11N 86.85W
04/27/2011                   SHELBY             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            TREES DOWN ACROSS THE CAMPUS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF
            MONTEVALLO.

0546 AM     TSTM WND DMG     HELENA                  33.29N 86.85W
04/27/2011                   SHELBY             AL   BROADCAST MEDIA

            TREES DOWN ON HIGHWAY 261 IN HELENA.

0549 AM     TSTM WND DMG     VESTAVIA HILLS          33.43N 86.79W
04/27/2011                   JEFFERSON          AL   PUBLIC

            NUMEROUS TREES DOWN IN VESTAVIA. SEVERAL HOMES AND
            VEHICLES ARE DAMAGED.

0550 AM     TSTM WND DMG     PELHAM                  33.30N 86.79W
04/27/2011                   SHELBY             AL   PUBLIC

            A LARGE TREE ON A HOME IN PELHAM ON TRAIL RIDGE DRIVE.

0550 AM     TORNADO          5 E HOOVER              33.38N 86.73W
04/27/2011  F1               SHELBY             AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN JUST WEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF
            VALLEYDALE ROAD AND CALDWELL MILL ROAD. IT MOVED
            NORTH-NORTHEAST ACROSS A LARGE RESIDENTIAL AREA AND
            SNAPPED NUMEROUS TREES. THE TREES FELL ON POWER
            LINES...HOUSES...APARTMENTS...AND VEHICLES. THE HEAVIEST
            DAMAGE WAS ALONG AND JUST WEST OF CALDWELL MILL
            ROAD...NEAR THE CAHABA RIVER. THE TORNADO LIFTED AFTER
            SNAPPING A FEW TREE BRANCHES ON CAHABA RIVER ROAD. THE
            LENGTH OF THE TORNADO WAS 3.4 MILES WITH A MAX WIDTH OF
            100 YARDS.

0551 AM     TSTM WND DMG     ENE BRIERFIELD IRONWORK 33.04N 86.91W
04/27/2011                   BIBB               AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            WIDESPREAD TREES AND POWERLINES DOWN ACROSS COUNTY
            INCLUDING LOCATIONS NEAR BRIERFIELD ALONG ANTIOCH RD,
            BULLDOG BEND RD, AND MARVEL RD.

0553 AM     TSTM WND DMG     5 SE HOMEWOOD           33.42N 86.74W
04/27/2011                   SHELBY             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE IN THE ALTADENA LAKE AREA.. ALTADENA
            LAKE DR AT REDWING DR., CAMP HORNER RD AT CALDWELL MILL
            RD., AND CAHABA RIVER BRIDGE AT CALDWELL MILL RD.

0553 AM     TORNADO          1 N LOCUST FORK WARRIOR 33.83N 86.80W
04/27/2011  F2               JEFFERSON          AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            *** 3 INJ *** AN EF-2 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR OLD
            HAYDEN ROAD AND MABEL ROAD AND TRAVELED NORTHEAST ACROSS
            SIBLEYVILLE ROAD THEN ALONG THE WESTERN EDGE OF MOUNTAIN
            WOODS LAKE. ALONG THE PATH...HUNDREDS OF TREES WERE
            SNAPPED OR UPROOTED. APPROX 30 HOMES SUSTAINED DAMAGED
            AND 3 HOMES WERE DESTROYED. MULTIPLE GARAGES/SHEDS/BOAT
            DOCKS WERE ALSO DAMAGED OR DESTROYED. THE TORNADO LIFTED
            JUST NORTHEAST OF THE LAKE. THE TRACK WAS 3.2 MI
            LONG...200 YDS WIDE...WITH PEAK WINDS BETWEEN 125-135
            MPH.

0554 AM     TSTM WND DMG     5 E VESTAVIA HILLS      33.43N 86.70W
04/27/2011                   SHELBY             AL   PUBLIC

            SEVERAL TREES SNAPPED OFF AND HOME ROOF DAMAGE IN THE
            BROOKHIGHLAND SUBDIVISION OFF HIGHWAY 280. AT LEAST 100
            HOMES WITH TREES ON THEM IN THE CAHABA HEIGHTS AND
            VESTAVIA AREA.

0554 AM     TORNADO          3 SE HOMEWOOD           33.44N 86.76W
04/27/2011  F2               JEFFERSON          AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-2 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR GRESHAM HIGH SCHOOL IN
            THE MOUNTAIN BROOK/VESTAVIA HILLS AREA AND MOVED NE
            ACROSS SE JEFFERSON COUNTY ACROSS CAHABA HEIGHTS.
            HUNDREDS OF TREES WERE SNAPPED OR UPROOTED AND
            SIGNIFICANTLY DAMAGING SEVERAL HOMES. THE TRACK WAS 7.9
            MILES LONG AND 200 YARDS WIDE WITH PEAK WINDS OF UP TO
            120 MPH.

0554 AM     TSTM WND DMG     BIRMINGHAM              33.53N 86.80W
04/27/2011                   JEFFERSON          AL   PUBLIC

            MARQUEE SIGN AT THE BJCC BLOWN DOWN.

0555 AM     TSTM WND DMG     4 S HOMEWOOD            33.41N 86.81W
04/27/2011                   JEFFERSON          AL   NWS EMPLOYEE

            TREE DOWN ON HOUSE OF A NWS EMPLOYEE.

0556 AM     TSTM WND DMG     1 NE CAHABA HEIGHTS     33.47N 86.72W
04/27/2011                   JEFFERSON          AL   PUBLIC

            NUMEROUS TREES SNAPPED AND UPROOTED IN CAHABA HEIGHTS

0558 AM     TSTM WND DMG     HAYDEN                  33.92N 86.75W
04/27/2011                   BLOUNT             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            SEVERAL TREES DOWN AND STRUCTURE DAMAGE IN THE HAYDEN
            AREA ON OVERLOOK POINT.

0558 AM     TSTM WND DMG     4 NNE LOCUST FORK WARRI 33.86N 86.78W
04/27/2011                   BLOUNT             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO HOUSE IN THE MOUNTAIN WOODS LAKE
            COMMUNITY.

0558 AM     TSTM WND DMG     CENTER POINT            33.64N 86.68W
04/27/2011                   JEFFERSON          AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            TREES DOWN ACROSS CITY.

0600 AM     TSTM WND DMG     BIRMINGHAM              33.53N 86.80W
04/27/2011                   JEFFERSON          AL   CO-OP OBSERVER

            ROOF TORN OFF A LARGE HANGAR AT THE BIRMINGHAM
            SHUTTLESWORTH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.

0600 AM     TSTM WND DMG     IRONDALE                33.54N 86.71W
04/27/2011                   JEFFERSON          AL   NWS EMPLOYEE

            TREE DOWN ON A HOME NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF INTERSTATE
            20 AND INTERSTATE 459.

0600 AM     TSTM WND DMG     3 NE VESTAVIA HILLS     33.46N 86.75W
04/27/2011                   JEFFERSON          AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            *** 1 FATAL *** TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN ACROSS CITY.
            TREE FELL ON HOUSE AND CAUSED ONE FATALITY.

0600 AM     TSTM WND DMG     CALERA                  33.10N 86.75W
04/27/2011                   SHELBY             AL   NWS EMPLOYEE

            TREES DOWN ON CR 16.

0600 AM     TSTM WND GST     BIRMINGHAM              33.53N 86.80W
04/27/2011  E56.00 MPH       JEFFERSON          AL   OFFICIAL NWS OBS

0600 AM     TSTM WND DMG     BIRMINGHAM              33.53N 86.80W
04/27/2011                   JEFFERSON          AL   CO-OP OBSERVER

            2ND AVENUE NORTH IS IMPASSABLE DUE TO DOWNED TREES IN THE
            ROADWAY.

0602 AM     TSTM WND DMG     LEEDS                   33.55N 86.56W
04/27/2011                   JEFFERSON          AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            NUMEROUS TREES DOWN. TREES DOWN ON HOUSE.

0603 AM     TSTM WND DMG     NECTAR                  33.98N 86.64W
04/27/2011                   BLOUNT             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            NUMEROUS TREES DOWN AND HOMES DAMAGED.

0605 AM     TSTM WND DMG     3 E MOODY               33.60N 86.45W
04/27/2011                   ST. CLAIR          AL   BROADCAST MEDIA

            *** 1 FATAL *** TREES DOWN ON MOBILE HOME. ONE FEMALE
            FATALITY.

0608 AM     TSTM WND DMG     MOODY                   33.60N 86.49W
04/27/2011                   ST. CLAIR          AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            TREES DOWN NEAR MOODY AND DAMAGE TO NURSING HOME. OVER
            100 MOBILE HOMES DAMAGE OR DESTROYED.

0612 AM     TSTM WND DMG     SUSAN MOORE             34.09N 86.44W
04/27/2011                   BLOUNT             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            NUMEROUS TREES DOWN AND HOMES DAMAGED.

0613 AM     TSTM WND DMG     BLOUNTSVILLE            34.10N 86.58W
04/27/2011                   BLOUNT             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            SEVERAL TREES DOWN AND SOME STRUCTURE DAMAGE NEAR
            BLOUNTSVILLE.

0614 AM     TORNADO          6 NE MOODY              33.65N 86.42W
04/27/2011  F2               ST. CLAIR          AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-2 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN JUST SE OF BRANCHVILLE AND
            MOVED NE ACROSS CENTRAL ST. CLAIR COUNTY. THE TORNADO DID
            SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE TO TWO MULTI-STORY BRICK HOMES AMD
            BROUGHT DOWN SOME TREES BEFORE LIFTING JUST EAST OF
            ODENVILLE. THE TRACK WAS 3.9 MILES LONG...200 YARDS
            WIDE...WITH PEAK WINDS OF UP TO 120 MPH.

0616 AM     TSTM WND DMG     ODENVILLE               33.69N 86.40W
04/27/2011                   ST. CLAIR          AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            TREES DOWN AND DAMAGE TO NUMEROUS HOMES ON BLAIR FARM
            ROAD AND HICKORY LANE.

0620 AM     TSTM WND DMG     PELL CITY               33.56N 86.27W
04/27/2011                   ST. CLAIR          AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            TREES AND POWERLINES DOWN. STRUCTURE DAMAGE IN THE
            DOWNTOWN AREA. COMMS TOWER AT THE EOC BLOWN DOWN.

0620 AM     TSTM WND DMG     BROOKSVILLE             34.18N 86.47W
04/27/2011                   BLOUNT             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            SEVERAL TREES DOWN AND POSSIBLE STRUCUTRE DAMAGE IN THE
            AREA.

0622 AM     TSTM WND DMG     FAYETTEVILLE            33.15N 86.41W
04/27/2011                   TALLADEGA          AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN ON CEDAR CREEK ROAD.

0626 AM     TSTM WND DMG     WALNUT GROVE            34.06N 86.29W
04/27/2011                   ETOWAH             AL   BROADCAST MEDIA

            TREES DOWN ON HOUSE.

0626 AM     TSTM WND DMG     LINCOLN                 33.60N 86.14W
04/27/2011                   TALLADEGA          AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            STRUCTUAL DAMAGE ON EMBRY BEND ROAD IN LINCOLN.

0630 AM     TSTM WND DMG     ODENVILLE               33.69N 86.40W
04/27/2011                   ST. CLAIR          AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            ROOFS OFF, TREES DOWN, 18 WHEELER ROLLED.

0630 AM     TSTM WND DMG     RAGLAND                 33.75N 86.14W
04/27/2011                   ST. CLAIR          AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            TREES DOWN AND ROOD DAMAGE TO NUMEROUS HOMES.

0631 AM     TSTM WND DMG     TALLADEGA               33.43N 86.10W
04/27/2011                   TALLADEGA          AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            NUMEROUS TREES DOWN ACROSS CITY.

0633 AM     TSTM WND DMG     1 SSE TALLADEGA         33.42N 86.09W
04/27/2011                   TALLADEGA          AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            TREES AND POWERLINES DOWN ON LANCASTER AVE.

0633 AM     TSTM WND DMG     TALLADEGA               33.43N 86.10W
04/27/2011                   TALLADEGA          AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            TREES DOWN BLOCKING THE ROADWAY ON JACKSON TRACE NEAR
            BROADWAY.

0640 AM     TSTM WND DMG     OHATCHEE                33.78N 86.02W
04/27/2011                   CALHOUN            AL   PUBLIC

            SEVERAL TREES DOWN ON HIGHWAY 77.

0644 AM     TSTM WND DMG     GADSDEN                 34.01N 86.01W
04/27/2011                   ETOWAH             AL   PUBLIC

            A FEW TREES DOWN IN ETOWAH COUNTY.

0644 AM     TSTM WND DMG     7 NNW SAKS              33.81N 85.90W
04/27/2011                   CALHOUN            AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            PHONE LIN BLOCKING ALL FOUR LANES OF TRAFFIC ON HWY 431
            BETWEEN HWY 144 AND WELLINGTON RD.

0645 AM     TSTM WND DMG     GLENCOE                 33.96N 85.93W
04/27/2011                   ETOWAH             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            *** 2 INJ *** TREE FELL ON MOBILE HOME CAUSING 2 MINOR
            INJURIES. NUMEROUS TREES DOWN COUNTY WIDE. TREES ON HOMES
            AND BUSINESS. ESTIMATED WINDS OF 60 MPH.

0646 AM     TSTM WND GST     ANNISTON                33.66N 85.81W
04/27/2011  E55.00 MPH       CALHOUN            AL   OFFICIAL NWS OBS

0646 AM     TSTM WND DMG     OXFORD                  33.60N 85.83W
04/27/2011                   CALHOUN            AL   PUBLIC

            A FEW TREES DOWN IN OXFORD.

0647 AM     TSTM WND DMG     4 W JACKSONVILLE        33.81N 85.83W
04/27/2011                   CALHOUN            AL   PUBLIC

            LARGE TREE BLOWN DOWN ON HWY 204 AND THROWN INTO YARD
            SEVERAL HOUSES DOWN THE ROAD

0650 AM     TSTM WND DMG     HOKES BLUFF             34.00N 85.86W
04/27/2011                   ETOWAH             AL   PUBLIC

            NUMEROUS TREES DOWN AROUND THE AREA.

0655 AM     TSTM WND DMG     6 NW PIEDMONT           33.99N 85.67W
04/27/2011                   CHEROKEE           AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            *** 1 INJ *** HOME DAMAGED ON CR 6 IN THE GNATVILLE
            COMMUNITY.

0658 AM     TSTM WND DMG     5 ESE SLACKLAND         34.09N 85.76W
04/27/2011                   CHEROKEE           AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            TREE ON HOUSE ON COUNTY ROAD 5.

0700 AM     TSTM WND DMG     ASHLAND                 33.28N 85.84W
04/27/2011                   CLAY               AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            NUMEROUS TREES AND POWERLINES DOWN IN AND AROUND ASHLAND.
            TREE ON HOUSE IN THE SHIREYS MILL COMMUNITY IN ASHLAND.

0702 AM     TSTM WND DMG     3 NNW CENTRE            34.19N 85.69W
04/27/2011                   CHEROKEE           AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            TREES DOWN IN TEH TATES CHAPEL COMMUNITY.

0705 AM     TSTM WND DMG     3 NE HOKES BLUFF        34.03N 85.83W
04/27/2011                   ETOWAH             AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            SOME STRUCTURE DAMAGE REPORTED IN BALLPLAY. ONE PERSON
            TRAPPED.

0705 AM     TSTM WND DMG     ELLISVILLE              34.06N 85.61W
04/27/2011                   CHEROKEE           AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            TREES DOWN BLOCKING HWY 9.

0705 AM     TSTM WND DMG     CENTRE                  34.15N 85.67W
04/27/2011                   CHEROKEE           AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            A LARGE TREE FELL ON A HOME ALONG HIGHWAY 411 NORTH. ONE
            PERSON WAS TRAPPED. NUMEROUS TREES DOWN AROUND THE AREA.

0706 AM     TSTM WND DMG     5 ESE CENTRE            34.11N 85.59W
04/27/2011                   CHEROKEE           AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            SIGNIFICANT STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO NEW BETHEL CHURCH ON HWY
            411N.

0828 AM     HAIL             HACKLEBURG              34.27N 87.83W
04/27/2011  E1.75 INCH       MARION             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

0210 PM     TSTM WND DMG     5 NNW OAKMAN            33.79N 87.43W
04/27/2011                   WALKER             AL   NWS EMPLOYEE

            SEVERAL TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN ALONG COAL VALLEY ROAD.

0210 PM     TSTM WND DMG     2 SSE TOWNLEY           33.80N 87.42W
04/27/2011                   WALKER             AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            SEVERAL TREES UPROOTED ALONG PLEASANT HILL ROAD SOUTH AND
            WEST OF HIGHWAY 124.

0305 PM     TORNADO          5 NNE DETROIT           34.09N 88.13W
04/27/2011  F5               MARION             AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            *** 18 FATAL *** AN EF-5 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN SW OF
            HAMILTON AND MOVED NE ACROSS MARION COUNTY AND CONTINUED
            INTO FRANKLIN COUNTY...SEE LSR/S FROM WFO HUN. THE
            TORNADO WIDENED JUST SW OF HACKLEBURG. THOUSANDS OF TREES
            WERE DOWNED...SEVERAL HUNDRED STRUCTURES WERE
            DAMAGED...AT LEAST 100 OF THESE STRUCTURES WERE
            COMPLETELY DESTROYED...INCLUDING HACKLEBURG HIGH SCHOOL
            AND THE WRANGLER PLANT. MANY HOMES WERE LEVELED. THE
            TRACK WAS 25.2 MILES LONG IN MARION COUNTY AND 3/4 MILE
            WIDE WITH PEAK WINDS OF 200 MPH.

0314 PM     TORNADO          HAMILTON                34.14N 87.98W
04/27/2011                   MARION             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            TORNADO REPORTED ON THE GROUD JUST WEST OF THE MARION
            COUNTY AIRPORT IN HAMILTON.

0328 PM     TORNADO          HACKLEBURG              34.27N 87.83W
04/27/2011                   MARION             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            TORNADO ON GROUND JUST MOVED THROUGH DOWNTOWN HACKLEBURG.
            IN NOW NORTH OF 345.

0338 PM     TORNADO          3 ENE PICKENSVILLE      33.25N 88.22W
04/27/2011  F4               PICKENS            AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            *** 10 FATAL *** A LONG TRACK TORNADO STARTED 3 MILES
            NORTHEAST OF PICKENSVILLE. A CONTINUOUS PATH OF DAMAGE
            WASNOTED FROM HERE TO CORDOVA WITH MAXIMUM DAMAGE
            OBSERVED TO TREES AND MOBILE HOMES. FROM HERE THE STORM
            CROSSED CORRIDORX/FUTURE INTERSTATE 22 INTO THE SOUTHWEST
            SIDE OF CORDOVA. A 1/2 MILE WIDE SWATH OF EF-3 DAMAGE WAS
            NOTED IN DOWNTOWN CORDOVA. FROM THERE...THE TORNADO
            TRACKED TO THE NORTHEAST AND CONTINUED INTO BLOUNT COUNTY
            BEFORE EXITING THE BMX AREA INTO MARSHALL COUNTY.

0357 PM     TORNADO          9 W WESTON              34.16N 88.18W
04/27/2011  F3               MARION             AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            *** 6 FATAL *** THE TORNADO PATH IN AL STARTED IN MARION
            COUNTY NEAR COUNTY ROAD 93 AND DRY CREEK ROAD. A FEW
            STRUCTURES WERE DAMAGED AND NUMEROUS TREES WERE SNAPPED
            OFF AND UPROOTED IN THIS AREA. THE TORNADO CONTINUED NE
            AND CROSSED HIGHWAY 78/I-22 WEST OF HAMILTON NEAR THE
            BEXAR COMMUNITY.THE TORNADO STRENGTHENED TO EF3 INTENSITY
            AS IT CROSSED HIGHWAY 19 AND CO RD 20 WHERE SEVERAL HOMES
            WERE DESTROYED. THE TORNADO THEN MOVED ACROSS HIGHWAY 187
            NEAR THE FRANKLIN COUNTY LINE.

0405 PM     TORNADO          LUBBUB                  33.43N 87.87W
04/27/2011                   PICKENS            AL   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            LAW ENFORCEMENT REPORTS TORNADO ON THE GROUND IN PICKENS
            COUNTY MOVING TOWARD BROWNVILLE COMMUNITY.

0420 PM     TORNADO          N GEIGER                32.87N 88.31W
04/27/2011                   SUMTER             AL   FIRE DEPT/RESCUE

            DAMAGE PATH REPORTED JUST NORTH OF GEIGER. EMERGENCY
            RESPONDERS ENROUTE.

0420 PM     TORNADO          1 E MOORES BRIDGE       33.45N 87.78W
04/27/2011                   TUSCALOOSA         AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            DAMAGE IN THE OLD MOORES BRIDGE AREA.

0421 PM     HAIL             BERRY                   33.66N 87.61W
04/27/2011  E0.50 INCH       FAYETTE            AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

0427 PM     TORNADO          1 N BERRY               33.68N 87.61W
04/27/2011                   FAYETTE            AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            DEBRIS FALLING FROM SKY.

0433 PM     TORNADO          3 NW CLINTON            32.94N 88.03W
04/27/2011                   GREENE             AL   TRAINED SPOTTER

            SPOTTER REPORTS TORNADO ON THE GROUND NEAR THE COMMUNITY
            OF WEST GREENE.

0443 PM     TORNADO          2 SSW MANTUA            33.03N 87.93W
04/27/2011  F4               GREENE             AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            *** 65 FATAL, 1000 INJ *** NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
            METEOROLOGISTS HAVE SURVEYED THE MASSIVE DAMAGE
            ASSOCIATED WITH THIS LONG TRACK VIOLENT TORNADO, BY
            GROUND AND AIR. THE START POINT IS BASED ON AERIAL
            SURVEY, WHILE THE END LOCATION WAS DETERMINED BY A GROUND
            CREW. DETAILED DAMAGE INSPECTION HAS REVEALED A MAXIMUM
            OF EF-4 DAMAGE FROM EAST OF HOLT, NEAR CONCORD AND THE
            PLEASANT GROVE AREAS. CASUALTY INFORMATION IS BASED ON
            THE LATEST OFFICIAL RELEASES FROM THE ALABAMA EMERGENCY
            MANAGEMENT AGENCY.

0448 PM     HAIL             CORDOVA                 33.76N 87.19W
04/27/2011  E2.75 INCH       WALKER             AL   TRAINED SPOTTER

0507 PM     TORNADO          DORA                    33.73N 87.08W
04/27/2011                   WALKER             AL   TRAINED SPOTTER

            TORNADO ON THE GROUND IN DORA.

0509 PM     TORNADO          TUSCALOOSA              33.24N 87.54W
04/27/2011                   TUSCALOOSA         AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            TORNADO ON THE GROUND ALONG HWY 82 NEAR THE MCFARLAND
            MALL.

0510 PM     TORNADO          5 NNW GUIN              34.03N 87.94W
04/27/2011  F3               MARION             AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            *** 10 INJ *** THE TORNADO APPEARED TO TOUCHDOWN SOUTH OF
            HAMILTON NEAR HIGHWAY 278, COUNTY ROAD 2 AND PHILADELPHIA
            ROAD WHERE TREE DAMAGE WAS NOTED. THE TORNADO TRACKED
            NORTHEASTWARD AND STRENGTHENED NEAR THE PEA RIDGE AND
            WHITEHOUSE COMMUNITIES. SEVERAL HOMES WERE DESTROYED AND
            SEVERAL PEOPLE WERE INJURED. THE TORNADO PRODUCED
            SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE INTO THE THORNHILL COMMUNITY AND
            SOUTHERN AND EASTERN PARTS OF HALEYVILLE THE WINSTON
            FURNITURE COMPANY AND FONTAINE TRAILER COMPANY SUFFERED
            EXTENSIVE DAMAGE.

0512 PM     TORNADO          SMOKE RISE              33.89N 86.82W
04/27/2011                   BLOUNT             AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            TORNADO REPORTED ON THE GROUND NEAR EXIT 284 ON I-65 AT
            PHILADELPHIA ROAD.

0530 PM     TORNADO          3 WSW TISHABEE          32.62N 88.05W
04/27/2011  F3               GREENE             AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            *** 7 FATAL, 50 INJ *** TORNADO RATED EF-3 WITH MAX WINDS
            OF 145 MPH...PATH LENGTH OF 71.3 MILES. MAX PATH WIDTH 1
            MILE. MOVING FROM 3 WSW OF TISHABEE IN GREENE COUNTY NE
            INTO HALE COUNTY ACROSS SAWYERVILLE AND INTO BIBB COUNTY
            ACROSS EOLINE AND ENDING NEAR MARVEL. NUMEROUS MOBILE
            HOMES...SEVERAL SINGLE FAMILY HOMES...SOME
            OUTBUILDINGS...3 CHURCHES...1 BUSINESS...AS WELL AS THE
            EOLINE FIRE STATION...AND COUNTLESS TREES WERE DAMAGED OR
            DESTROYED.

0546 PM     TORNADO          BLOUNTSVILLE            34.10N 86.58W
04/27/2011                   BLOUNT             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            *** 1 INJ *** MULTIPLE HOMES DESTROYED IN BLOUNTSVILLE.
            ONE INJURY CONFIRMED AT THIS TIME.

0556 PM     TORNADO          HUEYTOWN                33.44N 87.00W
04/27/2011                   JEFFERSON          AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            MAJOR DAMAGE IN HUEYTOWN...HOUSES LEVELED.

0606 PM     TORNADO          5 E BLUFF               33.81N 87.81W
04/27/2011  F3               FAYETTE            AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF3 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR HIGHWAY 43 SOUTH OF BOBO
            AND TRAVELLED NORTHEAST PASSING JUST NORTH OF
            HUBBERTVILLE AND LIFTING NEAR COUNTY ROAD 24 SOUTH OF
            BAZEMORE. ALONG ITS PATH...THE TORNADO SNAPPED OR
            UPROOTED HUNDREDS OF TREES AND DESTROYED AT LEAST ONE
            HOME WHERE DEBRIS WAS TOSSED 100 YDS. SEVERAL BARNS AND
            OUTBUILDINGS WERE DAMAGED OR DESTROYED. THE TRACK WAS 7.4
            MI LONG...ONE HALF MILE WIDE...WITH PEAK WINDS OF 145
            MPH.

0609 PM     TORNADO          FULTONDALE              33.62N 86.80W
04/27/2011                   JEFFERSON          AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            TREES DOWN, ROOFS OFF OF HOUSES, AND POWERLINES DOWN
            ACROSS I65 AND US31.

0610 PM     TORNADO          S GLEN ALLEN            33.88N 87.74W
04/27/2011                   FAYETTE            AL   PUBLIC

            TREE AND STRUCTURAL DAMAGE ON HIGHWAY 129 FROM GLEN ALLEN
            TO HUBBERTVILLE NEAR THE TEXACO STATION.

0623 PM     TORNADO          3 NNE TRUSSVILLE        33.68N 86.57W
04/27/2011  F3               JEFFERSON          AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-3 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR ARGO...BETWEEN DEERFOOT
            PARKWAY AND ADVENT ROAD...TRAVELING NORTHEAST ACROSS
            SEVERAL COUNTIES INTO GA. THE COUNTIES AFFECTED WERE
            JEFFERSON...ST CLAIR...CALHOUN...ETOWAH...AND CHEROKEE.
            THERE WERE NUMEROUS FATALITIES AND INJURIES THAT ARE YET
            TO BE CONFIRMED BY LOCAL OFFICIALS. THE PEAK WINDS ARE
            POTENTIALLY UP TO 180 MPH...WITH A MAX WIDTH OF 1.25
            MILES. THE PATH LENGTH WAS 72 MILES BUT MAY BE LONGER
            INTO THE STATE OF GA.

0627 PM     TORNADO          MULGA                   33.55N 86.98W
04/27/2011                   JEFFERSON          AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            DAMAGE TO HOUSES ON AL 269.

0642 PM     HAIL             HAMILTON                34.14N 87.98W
04/27/2011  M4.00 INCH       MARION             AL   NWS EMPLOYEE

0650 PM     TORNADO          2 WSW WATEROAK          32.85N 87.48W
04/27/2011  F1               HALE               AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-1 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN 2 MILES SOUTHWEST OF
            WATEROAK IN HALE COUNTY AND PROCEEDED NORTHEAST INTO THE
            TALLADEGA NATIONAL FOREST ENDING IN SOUTHWEST BIBB COUNTY
            2 MILES SOUTHWEST OF MERTZ. 1 MOBILE HOME AND 1 BUSINESS
            WERE DAMAGED OR DESTROYED ALONG WITH NUMEROUS TREES. THE
            ENTIRE TRACK CONSISTED OF EF-1 DAMAGE. MAX WINDS WERE
            ESTIMATED UP TO 105 MPH AND WAS 150 YARDS IN WIDTH. THE
            LENGTH OF THE PATH WAS 5.5 MILES.

0700 PM     HAIL             PELHAM                  33.30N 86.79W
04/27/2011  M1.00 INCH       SHELBY             AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            QUARTER SIZE HAIL REPORTED AT THE INTERSECTION OF
            INDUSTRIAL ROAD AND HIGHWAY 31.

0714 PM     HAIL             GADSDEN                 34.01N 86.01W
04/27/2011  M1.00 INCH       ETOWAH             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            QUARTER SIZE HAIL REPORTED OVER THE CITY OF GADSDEN.

0715 PM     TORNADO          OHATCHEE                33.78N 86.02W
04/27/2011                   CALHOUN            AL   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            MULTIPLE DAMAGE LOCATIONS IN AND AROUND OHATCHEE.

0732 PM     TORNADO          2 S MARVEL              33.12N 87.01W
04/27/2011  F1               BIBB               AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-1 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN IN NORTHEAST BIBB COUNTY
            JUST SOUTH OF MARVEL AND MOVED NORTHEAST INTO SOUTHWEST
            SHELBY COUNTY SNAPPING OFF DOZENS OF PINE TREES. NO
            STRUCTURAL DAMAGE WAS NOTED ALONG THE PATH. THE TRACK WAS
            5.4 MILES LONG...50 YARDS WIDE...WITH PEAK WINDS OF 105
            MPH.

0755 PM     TORNADO          4 NE PELL CITY          33.60N 86.21W
04/27/2011  F0               ST. CLAIR          AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ABOUT 100 YARDS SOUTH OF THE
            INTERSTATE, MOVED ACROSS THE INTERSTATE ANDTHEN LIFTED
            ALONG U.S. HIGHWAY 78. ALONG THE DAMAGE PATH, SEVERAL
            TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN OR WERE SNAPPED OFF AT THE TOP.
            WIND SPEEDS WITH THIS BRIEF WEAK TORNADO WERE ESTIMATED
            TO BE NEAR 80 MPH.

0801 PM     TORNADO          NW JACKSONVILLE         33.81N 85.76W
04/27/2011                   CALHOUN            AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            MT GILEAD COMMUNITY IS COMPLETELY IMPASSABLE EVEN ON
            FOOT.

0802 PM     FUNNEL CLOUD     LINCOLN                 33.60N 86.14W
04/27/2011                   TALLADEGA          AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            IN THE CITY LIMITS OF LINCOLN.

0808 PM     TORNADO          N WILSONVILLE           33.24N 86.48W
04/27/2011                   SHELBY             AL   TRAINED SPOTTER

            SPOTTER REPORTED TORNADO STRUCK POWERLINES AND/OR
            TRANSFORMER. POWER IS OUT.

0812 PM     TORNADO          5 N WETUMPKA            32.62N 86.19W
04/27/2011  F4               ELMORE             AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            *** 9 FATAL *** THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ALONG COUNTY
            ROAD 209 NEAR MEADOWVIEW DRIVE WHERE A FEW SNAPPED TREES
            WERE NOTED. FROM THERE, THE TORNADO QUICKLY INTENSIFIED
            AS IT MOVED NORTHEAST THROUGH DEXTER WIDENING AND
            PRODUCING EF-2 DAMAGE TO SEVERAL HOMES. FROM THERE, IT
            CONTINUED ACROSS HIGHWAY 9 DAMAGING SEVERAL HOMES, THEN
            INTENSIFIED TO EF-3 STRENGTH AS IT MOVED THROUGH A MOBILE
            HOME PARK AT THE INTERSECTION OF MIDDLE ROAD AND AUCTION
            BARN ROAD COMPLETELY DESTROYING 10 MOBILE HOMES AND
            KILLING 4 PEOPLE.

0817 PM     TORNADO          2 ESE VINCENT           33.37N 86.38W
04/27/2011  F1               SHELBY             AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN EF-1 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ABOUT 2 MILES ESE OF VINCENT
            IN EASTERN SHELBY COUNTY AND MOVED NORTHEAST INTO WESTERN
            TALLADEGA COUNTY SNAPPING OFF AND/OR UPROOTING DOZENS OF
            HARD AND SOFT WOOD TREES ALONG THE PATH. THE ONLY HOME
            DAMAGE FOUND ALONG THE PATH WAS DUE TO FALLEN TREES. THE
            TRACK WAS 6.8 MILES LONG AND 200 YARDS WIDE AT ITS WIDEST
            POINT...WITH PEAK WINDS OF 105 MPH.

0824 PM     TORNADO          SANTUCK                 32.63N 86.13W
04/27/2011                   ELMORE             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            STRUCTURAL DAMAGE IN THE DEXTER ROAD AREA OF SANTUCK.

0848 PM     TORNADO          6 S MARION              32.55N 87.31W
04/27/2011  F1               PERRY              AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ABOUT 1 MILE WEST OF HIGHWAY 35
            ALONG COUNTY ROAD 38 WHERE IT PRODUCED SOME DAMAGE TO
            TREES IN A 50 YARD WIDE AREA. THE TORNADO INTENSIFIED TO
            EF-1 STRENGTH AS IT CROSSED HIGHWAY 45 WHERE IT WIDENED
            TO NEAR 200 YARDS AND THE WINDS INCREASED TO NEAR 90 MPH
            CLOSE TO THE FAITH CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH SNAPPING SEVERAL
            TREES IN HALF AND UPROOTING SEVERAL MORE. THE TORNADO
            THEN QUICKLY DISSIPATED AS IT MOVED EAST OF COUNTY ROAD 4
            AS A NARROW EF-0 TORNADO LESS THAN 50 YARDS WIDE.

0910 PM     TORNADO          DADEVILLE               32.83N 85.77W
04/27/2011                   TALLAPOOSA         AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            DADEVILLE TOOK A DIRECT HIT. MULTIPLE REPORTS OF
            EXTENSIVE DAMAGE.

0919 PM     TORNADO          5 NNE LAFAYETTE         32.97N 85.37W
04/27/2011  F1               CHAMBERS           AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ALONG COUNTY ROAD 225, UPROOTING
            AND SNAPPING SEVERAL HARD AND SOFTWOOD TREES, AS WELL AS
            DOING SIGNIFICANT ROOF DAMAGE TO A SINGLE FAMILY
            RESIDENCE. THE TORNADO CONTINUED EAST-NORTHEAST CROSSING
            COUNTY ROADS 178 AND 176 WHERE NUMEROUS HARD AND SOFTWOOD
            TREES WERE UPROOTED AND SNAPPED.THE TORNADO TRACKED
            FURTHER EAST-NORTHEAST BEFORE LIFTING NEAR COUNTY ROAD
            267 WHERE ADDITIONAL TREES WERE SNAPPED AND UPROOTED.

0929 PM     TORNADO          3 SE STROUD             33.02N 85.29W
04/27/2011  F1               CHAMBERS           AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ALONG COUNTY ROAD 267, JUST
            NORTH OF THE ENDING PATH OF THE WHITE PLAINS TORNADO. THE
            PATHS DID NOT JOIN UP AT ANY POINT AS BOTH DAMAGE WIDTHS
            WERE RELATIVELY SMALL. DAMAGE AT COUNTY ROAD 267 INCLUDED
            SEVERAL SHEARED SOFTWOOD TREE TOPS ALONG WITH SOME
            UPROOTED TREES. THE TORNADO CONTINUED NORTHEAST CROSSING
            COUNTY ROAD 270 WHERE ADDITIONAL TREES WERE SNAPPED AND
            AN OUTBUILDING HAD MINOR ROOF DAMAGE. THE TORNADO
            TRAVELED NORTHEAST LIFTING ALONG COUNTY ROAD 278.

0933 PM     TORNADO          5 S DADEVILLE           32.76N 85.77W
04/27/2011                   TALLAPOOSA         AL   TRAINED SPOTTER

            TREES DOWN AND BLOCKING HWY 49 NEAR THE COMMUNITY OF
            STILL WATERS.

0948 PM     TORNADO          2 NW VERBENA            32.78N 86.54W
04/27/2011  F0               CHILTON            AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN AT THE INTERSECTION OF U.S.
            HIGHWAY 31 AND COUNTY ROAD 24 JUST NORTHEAST OF VERBENA
            UPROOTING A FEW OAK TREES. THE TORNADO CONTINUED
            NORTHEASTAND CROSSED THE INTERSECTION OF COUNTY ROADS 59
            AND 24 DAMAGING A METAL CARPORT OF ONE HOME DAMAGING THE
            ROOF OF A SINGLE-WIDE MOBILE HOME AND UPROOTING TREES IN
            A 50 YARD WIDE PATH. THE TORNADO QUICKLY DISSIPATED EAST
            OF COUNTY ROAD 59.


 

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