Chambers County F1 Tornado - November 15, 2006

National Weather Service meteorologists surveyed the storm damage that affected central Chambers County. It has been determined that the damage was the result of a tornado. The tornado has been rated an F1 on the Fujita Damage Intensity Scale.

The tornado damage path was located about three-quarters of a mile north of Lafayette. The tornado damage path was three-quarters of a mile long and was seventy-five yards wide at its widest point. Numerous large trees were knocked on a home at the intersection of US 431 and State Highway 77. Several sheds were destroyed and a large trailer was blown over.

The tornado touched down at approximately 1202 PM CST. A Tornado Warning was in effect for Chambers County from 1140 AM CST to 1245 PM CST.

 

 

Tornado near Lafayette
Tree snapped
Tornado near Lafayette
Trees fallen around home
Tornado near Lafayette
More trees down around home
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Tree damage
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Tree falls on home
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Shingle damage
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Shingle debris
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Carport damage
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Large tree downed
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Porch damage
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Barn damage
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Uprooted large tree
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Tornado Damage Path

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