Alabama Tornado Database
|1967 Tornado Occurrences (24)|
|Tornado # of Year||Year||Month||Day||Time (CST)||County||Damage Scale||Path Length (Miles)||Maximum Path Width (Yards)||Fatalities||Injuries||Location|
The tornado cut a path through mostly rural Madison County. Numerous trees were snapped off in these rural areas. One home was unroofed.
Tornado briefly touched down at municipal airport where it damaged 3 hangers and 8 aircraft.
At least 2 homes were destroyed and 7 homes were damaged. Two miles of power lines were wrecked and numerous trees were uprooted or twisted off.
|F2||22.9||300||2||27||Talucah-NW Laceys Spring-NW Gurley
the main tornado damage was in the southern portion of Huntsville. At least 22 homes were destroyed in southeast Huntsville. At least 16 trailers were destroyed where one death occurred. Over 100 homes sustained damage. There was extensive damage to automobiles, power lines, commercial and farm buildings.
A waterspout moved inland and unroofed or tore apart several homes. A boat works and a trailer were also damaged. Numerous trees were damaged.
A tornado moved northeast down Main Street. Many buildings downtown were damaged. Several trailers and a warehouse were destroyed. At least 20 homes were damaged near the high school.
|18||1967||11||24||1305||Madison||F2||6.6||83||0||7||Huntsville-Bailey Cove-Big Cove
Two homes and a garage were unroofed in southeast Huntsville. One home and two barns were destroyed in the Big Cove Community. Two trailers were overturned and the injuries occurred here.
At least 50 homes were damaged. A lumber yard and a foundry received extensive damage.
||1967||10||30||1500||Mobile||F2||0.1||10||0||0||7 SE Bayou La Batre
A waterspout moved onshore where it damaged a fishing pier and one home. Tree tops were blown out along the short path.
||1967||10||30||0930||Baldwin||F2||13.1||10||0||1||2.7 E Gulf Shores-Magnolia Springs
A waterspout moved onshore where it damaged two homes.
||1967||10||24||1900||Colbert-Lawrence||F3||15.0||10||0||3||E Colbert Heights-N Leighton-3 N Town Creek
One trailer was destroyed in the Cooks Lane Community. Numerous trees were blown down in rural locations along the path. At least 7 homes were destroyed and several farm buildings and a church were damaged near Town Creek.
||1967||10||24||1845||Lauderdale||F3||11.9||100||0||1||6 W Florence-Shoals Creek
At least 10 homes were destroyed with many almost completely leveled. A school and 10 other homes were heavily damaged. Numerous automobiles were overturned and many trees were uprooted.
|12||1967||7||19||1700||Mobile||F1||0.1||10||0||0||2 SW Mobile
Brief tornado caused minor damage to one home and one service station.
One block building was destroyed. One airport hangar and 2 aircraft were destroyed. Several trees were blown down and several homes were damaged.
Several trees were uprooted and a warehouse was damaged in this brief tornado.
||1967||5||7||0440||Talladega||F2||5.2||10||0||0||2.5 S Talladega-Grasmere Community-2.5 NE Waldo
One house was demolished and 2 others were damaged. Automobiles turned over and large trees were uprooted.
Major damage was sustained by at least 30 industrial buildings. At least 60 homes were damaged and many utility lines were blown down. A drive-in theater was destroyed.
One house was unroofed and several others received damaged. Numerous trees were blown down.
A service station and a house trailer were destroyed which injured the occupants. A house and garage nearby was unroofed.
|F2||0.1||10||0||0||5 NE Ashville
One house was destroyed and 2 were damaged. A section of roof was found 20 miles away near Glencoe.
1.7 SW Uniontown-1 E Uniontown
|F4||20.9||440||2||25||Sumiton-Rocky Hollow-Dilworth-Empire-N Warrior
At least 32 houses and approximately 50 barns or outbuildings were destroyed. An egg plant lost feed mill storage houses and 16 buildings housing 250,000 hens. One person was killed at Rocky Hollow and 1 at Empire when houses collapsed.
One person was injured when a house was destroyed. Several other homes were also damaged.
The tornado damaged several homes and barns. Many trees were also damaged.