Alabama Tornado Database


1922 Tornado Occurrences (9) () Indicates Total Path Data Multi-State
Tornado # in Year Year Month Day Time (CST) County Damage Scale Path Length (Miles) Maximum Path Width (Yards) Fatalities Injuries Location
9 1922 3 31 0330 Madison

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F2 1.0 0 0 3 Near Paint Rock Bluff
3 homes were destroyed.
8 1922 3 31 0300 Cullman

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F2 15.0 100 0 8 Crane Hill-Cullman
Almost every home in Crane Hill was damaged or destroyed. 20 homes and 8 stores were destroyed in Cullman.
7 1922 3 31 0230 Colbert-Lawrence-Lauderdale

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F2 5.0 0 0 3 2 S Tennessee River-Near Town Creek
The tornado overturned a steam boat near Clark's Landing. Three homes were destroyed.
6 1922 3 30 2300 Cullman

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F2 0 0 0 0 Cullman
A store was leveled and several homes were unroofed on the west side of Cullman.
5 1922 3 19 1800 Lee

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F2 10.0 200 2 10 1 W Salem-2 N Goat Rock
12 homes and a church were destroyed near Goat Rock. Two women were killed in that location. Large transmission towers were also blown over.
4 1922 3 14 1700 Cullman

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F2 0 0 0 2 Crane Hill
One home was destroyed where two people were injured.
3 1922 3 14 1600 Limestone

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**(Moved into Giles Co, Tn)
F2
(F2)
1
(8)
100
(100)
0
(0)
0
(13)
Gilbertsboro-1 N Lester-Bunker Hill
3 homes and several barns were destroyed. 60 buildings were damaged.
2 1922 3 14 1330 Mobile

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F2 11.0 0 0 6 10 N Wilmer-1 NE Citronelle
At least 4 homes were destroyed and many acres of timber were leveled.
Additional information taken from Monthly Weather Review October 1925.
1 1922 2 5 0300 Coffee

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F2 2.0 200 1 12 Near Enterprise
One boy was killed and at least 40 families were left homeless as the tornado tracked across southeastern Coffee County.


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