Alabama Tornado Database


1944 Tornado Occurrences (7)
Tornado # in Year Year Month Day Time (CST) County Damage Scale Path Length (Miles) Maximum Path Width (Yards) Fatalities Injuries Location
7 1944 4 11 2000 Houston F2 1.0 NA 0 0 Webb
5 homes were unroofed and several barns were destroyed just south of town.
6 1944 4 11 1100 Talladega F3 15.0 400 2 20 5.0 S Childersburg-Winterboro-Talladega
2 fatalities occurred in Kahatchee. At least 60 homes were damaged or destroyed.
5 1944 4 11 0830 Walker F2 2.0 400 0 1 Sumiton
At least 15 homes and 25 buildings were damaged.
4 1944 3 6 1615 Pike-Crenshaw F3 18.0 100 1 12 Luverne-W Troy
At least 75 homes were damaged or destroyed. One fatality occurred in the county school bus garage.
3 1944 3 6 1530 Mobile

**(started in Jackson Co, Ms)
F2 10.0 100 0 2 Big Point-Seven Mills
A large home, a large church, and several barns were destroyed near Big Point.
2 1944 3 6 1500 Blount-Marshall F2 10.0 100 2 40 2.0 SE Douglas-N Boaz
The upper story of the Pine Grove School was torn off. One student was killed and 20 were injured. 10 homes were destroyed. Another fatality occurred in a field.
1 1944 3 6 1015 Calhoun F2 5.0 300 2 35 Jacksonville
Several homes were destroyed and one cotton mill was demolished. 2 people were killed in the cotton mill. A school was unroofed.


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