Alabama Tornado Database


1945 Tornado Occurrences (8)
Tornado # in Year Year Month Day Time (CST) County Damage Scale Path Length (Miles) Maximum Path Width (Yards) Fatalities Injuries Location
8 1945 2 22 0030 Coosa F2 4.0 150 0 0 Kellyton
17 homes and several barns damaged.
7 1945 2 12 2205 Jefferson F2 0.5 120 0 1 Birmingham-Shades Mountain
7 buildings were destroyed and 6 were heavily damaged. One roof was blown over a mile away.
6 1945 2 12 1945 Chilton F3 1.0 100 1 8 SE Stanton
One large home and barn were destroyed.
5 1945 2 12 1930 Lee F2 0.5 125 0 1 S Opelika
2 barns and 4 buildings were destroyed.
4 1945 2 12 1830 Macon F3 0.5 120 0 2 E Tuskegee
5 small homes were destroyed.
3 1945 2 12 1800 Bullock F2 8.0 100 0 9 9.0 W Union Springs-Thompson
4 homes were destroyed in Thompson and 4 others were damaged.
2 1945 2 12 1722 Montgomery F3 13.0 100 26 293 5.0 SW Montgomery-Chisholm
At least 100 homes were destroyed. 30 homes were demolished in Chisolm and deaths occurred in 15 different homes over a 20 block radius.
1 1945 2 12 1630 Sumter F4 18.0 400 11 63 York-Livingston
2 people were killed ina home in York. 5 people were killed in a home in Livingston. Other deaths occurred in 2 other homes. A 41 car train derailed over the Sucarnoochee River. The conductor and a fireman were killed.


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