Severe Thunderstorms &
Tornadoes - November 15, 2006

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT...SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BIRMINGHAM AL
613 PM CST FRI NOV 17 2006

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

0945 AM     TSTM WND DMG     1 N BEAVERTON           33.95N 88.02W
11/15/2006                   LAMAR              AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            TREES DOWN...BLOCKING COUNTY ROAD 29 JUST NORTH OF
            BEAVERTON.

1000 AM     TSTM WND DMG     1 S SULLIGENT           33.88N 88.13W
11/15/2006                   LAMAR              AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            LARGE TREE DOWN BLOCKING THE ROAD JUST SOUTH OF
            SULLIGENT.

1003 AM     TORNADO          PINTLALA                32.18N 86.37W
11/15/2006  F1               MONTGOMERY         AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            TEN BULDINGS DAMAGED NORTH OF PINTLALA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
            AND NUMEROUS TREES SNAPPED OFF JUST SOUTH OF SCHOOL.
            TOTAL PATH LENGTH WAS 6.01 MILES LONG AND 250 YARDS WIDE
            AT ITS WIDEST POINT.

1030 AM     FLASH FLOOD      9 N ALEXANDER CITY      33.06N 85.93W
11/15/2006                   TALLAPOOSA         AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            TWO RURAL COUNTY ROADS - RED BARN ROAD AND HAVEN PLACE -
            CLOSED DUE TO FLOODING FROM HEAVY RAINFALL.

1030 AM     FLASH FLOOD      18 W AUBURN             32.59N 85.79W
11/15/2006                   TALLAPOOSA         AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            MOSS FLAT ROAD AND HAYES MILL ROAD IN THE REELTOWN AREA
            CLOSED DUE TO FLOODING FROM HEAVY RAINFALL.

1030 AM     TORNADO          MONTGOMERY              32.35N 86.28W
11/15/2006  F2               MONTGOMERY         AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            *** 6 INJ *** IN EAST MONTGOMERY...FUN ZONE SKATING RINK
            AND SADDLEBACK RIDGE APARTMENTS RECEIVED MAJOR DAMAGE.
            DAMAGE TO ROOF OF MONTGOMERY POSTAL PROCESSING AND
            DISTRIBUTION CENTER. MULTIPLE OTHER HOMES RECEIVED ROOF
            DAMAGE. SEVERAL METAL POWER POLES EITHER SIGNIFICANTLY
            BENT OR DOWNED. SEVERAL CARS TOTALED AND NUMEROUS TREES
            DOWNED. TOTAL PATH LENTH WAS 6.8 MILES LONG AND 250 YARDS
            WIDE AT ITS WIDEST POINT. THREE CHILDREN AND THREE ADULTS
            RECIEVED ONLY MINOR INJURIES.

1039 AM     FLASH FLOOD      FORT DEPOSIT            31.99N 86.58W
11/15/2006                   LOWNDES            AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            SEVERAL ROADS FLOODED IN FORT DEPOSIT.

1045 AM     TORNADO          5 SE WETUMPKA           32.49N 86.14W
11/15/2006  F1               ELMORE             AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            WELL CONSTRUCTED HOME SUSTAINED SUBSTANTIAL ROOF
            DAMAGE...ENTIRE ROOF SHIFTED THREE INCHES...WITH SEVERAL
            TREES SNAPPED OFF OR DOWNED...IN THE EMERALD SUBDIVISION
            AREA. TRACK LENGTH OF 1.5 MILES LONG AND WIDTH OF 150
            YARDS WIDE.

1045 AM     TSTM WND DMG     2 W REFORM              33.38N 88.05W
11/15/2006                   PICKENS            AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            SEVERAL TREES DOWN JUST WEST OF REFORM.

1055 AM     FLASH FLOOD      MONTGOMERY              32.35N 86.28W
11/15/2006                   MONTGOMERY         AL   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            PERRY ROAD BETWEEN FELDER AND I-85 IN MONTGOMERY
            COMPLETELY FLOODED...CARS FLOATING WITH ONE CAR
            UNDERWATER.

1108 AM     TORNADO          5 ENE ECLECTIC          32.66N 85.95W
11/15/2006  F1               ELMORE             AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE TO A ROOF ON TWO STORY BRICK HOME.
            ROOF LIFTED OFF ONE END AND LARGE WOODEN CARPORT
            COMPLETELY BLOWN AWAY. NUMEROUS LARGE TREES SNAPPED AND
            BLOWN DOWN. TOTAL PATH LENGTH 5 MILES LONG AND 100 YARDS
            WIDE AT WIDEST POINT.

1111 AM     TORNADO          4 NNE TALLAPOOSA CITY   32.61N 85.83W
11/15/2006  F0               TALLAPOOSA         AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            DAMAGE TO TWO MOBILE HOMES. SEVERAL METAL SHEDS DESTROYED
            AND LARGE TREE BLOWN DOWN. TOTAL PATH LENGTH 100 YARDS
            AND 25 YARDS WIDE.

1121 AM     FLASH FLOOD      SHORTER                 32.40N 85.94W
11/15/2006                   MACON              AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            FIRST STREET CLOSED DUE TO EROSION OF BRIDGE AND HIGHWAY
            FROM HEAVY RAINFALL.

1130 AM     FLASH FLOOD      SELMA                   32.42N 87.03W
11/15/2006                   DALLAS             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            WATER AVENUE NEAR PLANT STREET CLOSED DUE TO FLOODING
            FROM HEAVY RAINFALL.

1138 AM     FLASH FLOOD      AUBURN                  32.59N 85.48W
11/15/2006                   LEE                AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            STREET FLOODING IN AUBURN AND OPELIKA.

1145 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 S WETUMPKA            32.53N 86.20W
11/15/2006                   ELMORE             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            SMALL SECTION OF ROAD WASHED OUT ON HWY 231 BETWEEN THE
            REST AREA AND JASMINE HILL ROAD.

1145 AM     FLASH FLOOD      ECLECTIC                32.64N 86.03W
11/15/2006                   ELMORE             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            ELMORE COUNTY ROAD 44 AND ECLECTIC METHODIST CHURCH
            FLOODED.

1145 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 S WETUMPKA            32.53N 86.20W
11/15/2006                   ELMORE             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            SMALL SECTION OF ROAD WASHED OUT ON HWY 231 BETWEEN THE
            REST AREA AND JASMINE HILL ROAD.

1145 AM     FLASH FLOOD      ECLECTIC                32.64N 86.03W
11/15/2006                   ELMORE             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            ELMORE COUNTY ROAD 44 AND ECLECTIC METHODIST CHURCH
            FLOODED. WATER OVER ROADWAY AT CHEROKEE TRAIL AND RUNT O
            DANIEL ROAD IN THE KENT COMMUNITY.

1202 PM     TORNADO          1 N LAFAYETTE           32.90N 85.41W
11/15/2006  F1               CHAMBERS           AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            NUMEROUS LARGE TREES ON HOME AT INTERSECTION OF US 431
            AND AL HWY 77. LARGE HORSE TRAILER BLOWN OVER AND SEVERAL
            SHEDS DESTROYED.

1203 PM     FLASH FLOOD      MONTGOMERY              32.35N 86.28W
11/15/2006                   MONTGOMERY         AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            BRENTWOOD AND BILTMORE ROADS UNDER 3 FEET OF WATER.

1203 PM     FLASH FLOOD      MONTGOMERY              32.35N 86.28W
11/15/2006                   MONTGOMERY         AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            18 INCHES OF WATER COVERING DELRADA AND PELZER ROADS IN
            MONTGOMERY.

1215 PM     HAIL             SHORTER                 32.40N 85.94W
11/15/2006  E0.75 INCH       MACON              AL   PUBLIC

            PENNY SIZED HAIL ON I-85 NEAR THE RACETRACK IN SHORTER.

1225 PM     TORNADO          5 S BRUNDIDGE           31.65N 85.82W
11/15/2006  F2               PIKE               AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            WATER TOWER DESTROYED...SEVERAL MOBILE HOMES
            DESTROYED...SIGNIFICANT ROOF DAMAGE TO SEVERAL
            HOMES...FIRE DEPARTMENT BUILDING COLLAPSED ON FIRE
            TRUCKS...ALL IN THE HAMILTON CROSSROADS COMMUNITY. TOTAL
            PATH LENGTH WAS 11.6 MILES LONG AND 650 YARDS WIDE AT ITS
            WIDES POINT.

1230 PM     FLASH FLOOD      ROANOKE                 33.15N 85.37W
11/15/2006                   RANDOLPH           AL   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            SATTERWHITE STREET CLOSED DUE TO FLOODING FROM HEAVY
            RAINFALL.

1245 PM     FLASH FLOOD      8 E BILLINGSLEY         32.66N 86.57W
11/15/2006                   AUTAUGA            AL   PUBLIC

            5.5 INCHES OF RAIN REPORTED IN WHITE CITY.

1255 PM     TORNADO          1 W MOUNT ANDREW        31.97N 85.54W
11/15/2006  F1               BARBOUR            AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            ONE HOUSE RECEIVED ROOF AND WALL DAMAGE. A NEARBY TREE
            WAS ALSO SNAPPED OFF 6 FEET OFF THE GROUND. TOTAL PATH
            LENGTH WAS 75 YARDS LONG AND 100 YARDS WIDE.

0105 PM     FUNNEL CLOUD     1 S AUBURN              32.58N 85.48W
11/15/2006                   LEE                AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            FUNNEL CLOUD REPORTED BETWEEN MILE MARKER 51 AND 54 ON
            I-85...NEAR THE MACON COUNTY LINE.

0115 PM     FLASH FLOOD      AUBURN                  32.59N 85.48W
11/15/2006                   LEE                AL   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            FOUR STREETS CLOSED DUE TO FLOODING FROM HEAVY RAINFALL.

0205 PM     FLASH FLOOD      5 N SELMA               32.49N 87.03W
11/15/2006                   DALLAS             AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            6.5 INCHES OF RAIN IN PLANTERSVILLE...AND 4.5 INCHES IN
            VALLEY GRANDE IN NORTH DALLAS COUNTY.

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