Another Fall Severe Weather Episode
Central Alabama Severe Weather - November 15, 2006

A strong storm system brought a round of severe thunderstorms to several locations across Central Alabama on Wednesday, November 15, 2006. The hardest hit area was Montgomery County, especially on the eastern side of Metro Montgomery. Tornadoes were confirmed in Lowndes, Montgomery, Elmore, Tallapoosa, Chambers, Pike and Barbour Counties. Of the 8 tornadoes...2 tornadoes were rated F2, 5 were rated F1 and one was rated F0. Additionally, straight line wind damage was reported in a few more counties.

 

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Day 2 Convective Outlook 

Day 1 Convective Outlook 

6 AM Surface Analysis November 15 

6 AM 500 mb Analysis November 15 

Storm Reports November 15 

 

A preliminary Local Storm Report (LSR) can be found Here.

A Public Information Statement (PNS) can be found Here.

 

The National Weather Service in Birmingham would like to send out a special thanks to the following organizations for their continued support concerning damage assessment...Alabama State Troopers, Alabama State Emergency Management Agency, Lowndes County EMA, Montgomery County EMA, Elmore County EMA, Tallapoosa County EMA, Chambers County EMA, Pike County EMA, and Barbour County EMA.


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