Alabama Tornado Database


1984 Summary

 

1984 Tornado Occurrences (42)
Tornado # of Year Year Month Day Time (CST) County Damage Scale Path Length (Miles) Maximum Path Width (Yards) Fatalities Injuries Location
42
1984 11 10 1550 Randolph F1 5.0 50 0 0 Woodland-Bethel
The unoccupied high school building in Woodland was heavily damaged. 3 large chicken houses were damaged or destroyed and some 3,500 chickens were killed in Bethel. Several trees and power lines were downed along the path.
41
1984 11 10 1540 Clay F1 9.5 100 0 0 Harkins Crossroads-NE Lineville
One small plane was destroyed and another damaged at the airport. Several buildings were also damaged at the airport.
40
1984 11 10 1422 Morgan F1 1.5 40 0 0 10 E Hartselle
Several trees were blown down and some sheds were destroyed. Some homes had roof damage.
39
1984 11 10 1306 Pickens-Tuscaloosa F2 14.0 400 0 0 SW Elrod-Northport
At least 50 homes and farm structures were damaged between Buhl and Coker. A mobile home was destroyed and a church damaged south of Buhl. Numerous trees and utility poles were snapped along the path.
38
1984 11 10 1220 Lamar F0 1.5 50 0 0 Hightogy
Some power lines and trees were downed along the path.
37
1984 10 15 1130 Conecuh F2 3.5 400 0 0 Range-Lenox
6 homes, 2 mobile homes, 2 barns, one truck, and some farm equipment were damaged. Thousands of trees were blown down.
36
1984 9 15 1515 Covington F1 2.0 33
0 0 Opp
Damage was mainly to trees, utility lines, and outbuildings. Some homes were damaged by falling trees.
35
1984 7 5 0130 Marshall F1 2.5 40 0 0 Guntersville
Damage was mainly to trees, boathouses, piers, and power lines.
34
1984 6 13 1515 Covington
Tropical Depression 1
Information
F1 0.2 70 0 0 Florala
A high school was damaged and several trees were blown down.
33
1984 5 7 2300 Talladega F1 0.1 50 0 0 Sycamore
One store was destroyed and some adjacent buildings were damaged.
32
1984 5 7 2115 Jefferson F1 1.0 100 0 2 Jefferson-Walker County Line
Several mobile homes were damaged or destroyed. One injury occurred in a mobile home park off US 78. Numerous trees were downed along the path.
31
1984 5 3 1330 Lee F2 0.4 100 0 1 Smiths
A grocery store, a restaurant, a hardware store, a several mobile homes were destroyed. One person was injured in a mobile home. Hundreds of trees were downed.
30
1984 5 3 1300 Macon F2 3.5 100 0 0 Pleasant Hill-Little Texas
A 30K gallon tank was pulled off its foundation and moved 10 ft. 3 buildings were destroyed, 4 homes were damaged, and numerous trees were downed.
29
1984 5 3 1240 Cleburne F2 5.0 400 0 0 S Hightower-SE Ranburne
3 barns and 2 chicken houses were destroyed. 10 other homes sustained roof damage and numerous trees were downed.
28
1984 5 3 1235 Randolph F1 5.0 80 0 0 Morrisons Crossroads-Newell-Pine Hill
One barn was destroyed and one home damaged at Morrisons Crossroads. Outbuildings were damaged at Newell. Several trees downed in the Pine Hill community.
27
1984 5 3 1222 Cleburne F1 1.0 100 0 0 Heflin-SW Edwardsville
Some homes sustained roof damage, one mobile home was destroyed, and many trees were blown down.
26
1984 5 3 1218 Cleburne F2 8.4 400 0 0 Taylor-Beason Mill-Arbacoochee
6 homes were damaged, 2 mobile homes were destroyed, and numerous trees were blown down.
25
1984 5 3 1215 Clay-Randolph F2 13.0 300 0 2 Union-Folsom
Several mobile homes or outbuildings were damaged or destroyed along the path.
24
1984 5 3 1156 Dale F2 5.5 200 0 0 Midland City
A high school campus was heavily damaged and a few buildings were actually destroyed. Several other buildings and homes suffered damage along the path.
23
1984 5 3 1149 Dale F0 0.1 10 0 0 SE Daleville
A small tornado briefly touched down in an open field with little or no damage.
22
1984 5 3 1140 Dallas F2 7.5 50 0 0 Selma
A 300 foot TV tower was leveled and it caused extensive damage to the building below. One manufacturing plant was heavily damaged.
21
1984 5 3 1135 Shelby-Talladega F2 12 200
0 0 W Childersburg-Winterboro
Several structures were damaged or destroyed along the path. Numerous trees were blown down.
20
1984 5 3 1130 Shelby F1 1 60 0 0 Vincent
Most of the damage was confined to downed trees.
19
1984 5 3 1048 Sumter F0 0.1 30 0 0 6 S York
Tornado briefly touched down and uprooted some trees.
18
1984 5 3 0810 Henry F1 0.5 400 0 0 Lake Eufaula
Several mobile homes were damaged and many trees were blown down.
17
1984 5 3 0710 Macon F1 7.5 80 0 0 S Milstead
Two homes were damaged and trees were knocked down.
16
1984 5 3 0600 Montgomery-Elmore F3 7.0 800
5 37 Montgomery area
4 fatalities and several injuries occurred as the violent tornado overturned 25 cars and a few trucks on the northern bypass. Damage was extensive along the entire path of the tornado. At least 20 homes were destroyed, 36 homes sustained major damage, 157 homes had minor damage, 9 mobile homes were destroyed, 8 businesses were destroyed, and numerous vehicles were destroyed.
15
1984 5 3 0030 Limestone F1 3.5 100 0 0 Clements High School
One barn was destroyed, one home was unroofed, and hundreds of trees were blown down.
14
1984 5 2 1333 Jefferson F0 1.0 80 0 0 Fultondale
The high school sustained moderate damage and some homes received minor damage.
13
1984 4 22 1114 Chambers F1 10.0 60 0 0 Waverly-Moorefield
Damage was confined mainly to downed trees but 4 homes and a store received minor damage.
12
1984 4 22 0920 Montgomery F1 0.2 10 0 0 Montgomery area
Roof and porch damage occurred on a few homes in the Hunters Station area and a lumber business suffered some damage.
11
1984 4 22 0551 Bibb F2 1.0 80 0 0 Brent-Centreville
One home was demolished. Several buildings sustained roof and window damage.
10
1984 4 19 1910 Tallapoosa F1 0.1 10 0 0 Reeltown
A small tornado demolished a game room and trees were blown down.
9
1984 4 19 1657 Bibb F0 0.1 10 0 0 Brent area
A barn was damaged and some tree limbs were snapped off.
8
1984 3 28 0119 Jefferson F1 0.1 60 0 0 Cahaba Heights
Trees were blown down and some landed on homes.
7 1984 3 28 0008 Fayette F1 0.5 100 0 0 NE Fayette County
Trees were blown down and 2 barns were heavily damaged near SR 13.
6
1984 3 24 1938 Clarke F3 4.0 60 0 0 Jackson area
A large part of a school was destroyed and several automobiles were destroyed. At least 40 homes and businesses were damaged or destroyed. Numerous trees were blown down.
5
1984 3 24 1930 Washington F2 2.0 80 0 0 Saint Stephens
One unoccupied home was destroyed and several staorage buildings were destroyed.
4
1984 3 20 1130 Houston F1 0.1 30 0 0 Between Ashford & Pansey
Several trees were blown down, one barn was destroyed, 2 mobile homes were damaged, and several other buildings were damaged.
3
1984 3 5 1250 Dale F2 8.0 50 0 14 Fort Rucker-Ozark
One mobile home park was heavily damaged. A shopping center was severely damaged and several cars were damaged. Several buildings in downtown Ozark were damaged. Numerous homes were damaged or destroyed.
2
1984 3 5 1245 Coffee F2 0.9 50 0 4 Enterprise area
A few mobile homes were destroyed, a small concrete building was destroyed, a home and barn were destroyed, and several other buildings were damaged.
1
1984 2 12 1628 Hale F1 0.1 30 0 0 Greensboro
A small store was unroofed and some trees were uprooted.


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