Central Alabama Tornadoes
November 28, 2005

 

A slow moving cold front crossed Central Alabama on Monday November 28, 2005. A negative-tilted upper level trough, a surface cold front, and a moist and unstable airmass combined to produce severe weather across parts of Central Alabama. National Weather Service Storm Assessment Teams determined that a total of 6 tornadoes occurred during the event. A few additional wind damage and large hail reports were also received.

Tornado locations below link to individual storm surveys:

 
Tornado Location Table
Location
County
Event
Rating
Autauga
Tornado
F0
Dallas
Tornado
F0
Coosa
Tornado
F1
Jefferson
Tornado
F0
Jefferson
Tornado
F0
Elmore
Tornado
F0
 

Severe Weather Episode Data 

Surface analysis 6 am
Surface Analysis
Nov 28 6 am
Surface Analysis 6 pm
Surface Analysis
  Nov 28 6 pm
500 mb Analysis 6 am
  500 mb Analysis
Nov 28 6 am
Surface Analysis 6 pm
  500 mb Analysis
Nov 28 6 pm
Day 1 Outlook 6 am
Day 1 Severe Weather Outlook
Issued Nov 28 at 6 am
Day 1 Outlook 1030 am
Day 1 Severe Weather Outlook
Issued Nov 28 at 1030 am
Storm Reports
Storm Reports 11/28/2005
Skew-T
12z Sounding from BMX
Courtesy of University of Wyoming
 

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