Alabama Tornado Database


1986 Summary

 

1986 Tornado Occurrences (14)
Tornado # of Year Year Month Day Time (CST) County Damage Scale Path Length (Miles) Maximum Path Width (Yards) Fatalities Injuries Location
14 1986 11 26 0140 Coffee-Dale F1 21.0 150 0 2

2 SW Enterprise-Ozark
Numerous homes and mobile homes were damaged. Two people were injured in a mobile home. One helicopter was damaged at Fort Rucker.

Start: 31.3000/-85.8800
End: 31.4500/-85.6200

13 1986 11 26 0120 Pike F2 8.0 150 0 1

2.0 S Troy-Banks
One house, one mobile home, and three chickens houses were destroyed. One factory was damaged.

Start: 31.7700/-85.9700
End: 31.4500/-85.6200

12 1986 11 26 0100 Montgomery-Macon F1 5.0 100 0 2

Mathews-Chessom
One home and 2 mobile homes were destroyed. Several automobiles were heavily damaged. Several trees were downd along the path.

Start: 32.2700/-86.0000
End: 32.3000/-85.9200

11 1986 11 25 2120 Barbour-Coffee-Dale F3 44.0 200 0 4

Elamville-Clio-Clayton
Numerous homes and businesses sustained damage along the path.

Start: 31.3800/-85.9300
End: 31.8800/-85.4500

10 1986 7 28 2000 Madison F0 4.0 150 0 0

3 NW Owens Crossroads
A tornado touched down just east of Green Mountian. The tornado moved south-southeast through farm fields along Big Cove Road. Aerial and ground surveys revealed that the tornado left a cyclonic swirling pattern in a hayfield.

Start: 34.6300/-86.5000
End: 34.6000/-86.4500

9 1986 6 11 1720 Lauderdale F1 3.5 500 0 0

2.3 NW Killen
A weak tornado touched at Kendale Gardens six miles northeast of Florence and moved northeast through the town of Killen. Most of the property damage occurred in Killen where large trees fell on roofs of homes.

Start: 34.8700/-87.5800
End: 34.8800/-87.5200

8 1986 5 24 2125 Winston-Cullman F1 10.0 30 0 0

Jones Chapel
Several trees downed in a rural area.

Start: 34.1500/-87.1300
End: 34.2700/-87.0500

7 1986 3 19 0200 Blount F2 0.2 73 0 0

Remlap
Numerous trees were downed in mainly rural areas. One home was destroyed.

Start: 33.8200/-86.6000
End: 33.8200/-86.6000

6 1986 3 18 2300 Marion F1 6.8 140 0 0

Brilliant
Numerous trees were downed in mainly rural areas. Several small structures were damaged.

Start: 33.9700/-87.8200
End: 34.1000/-87.7700

5 1986 3 12 2020 Cullman-Marshall F2 7.0 200 0 5

Near Arab
5 members of one family were injured when their vehicles were hit by the tornado. 6 mobile homes and 5 homes were damaged. Numerous trees and power lines were blown down.

Start: 34.3000/-86.5000
End: 34.3800/-86.4200

4 1986 3 12 1535 Marion F2 7.5 200 0 0

1.0 WNW Winfield-7.6 NW Brilliant
Several trees were downed and minor to moderate structural damage occurred.

Start: 33.9300/-87.8200
End: 34.1200/-87.8800

3 1986 3 12 1525 Marion F3 2.5 200 0 0

Winfield
Several trees were downed and one home was destroyed. Several small structures were damaged.

Start: 33.9300/-87.8300
End: 33.9300/-87.8300

2 1986 3 12 1458 Lamar F3 6.0 500 0 0

2.0 SE Millport-3.0 NNW Kennedy
One school was damaged, one automobile was blown off the road, one railroad car was overturned, and a lumber yard was destroyed.

Start: 33.5500/-88.0500
End: 33.6300/-88.0000

1 1986 3 12 1415 Pickens F3 16.0 700 2 0

4.0 NW Aliceville-8.5 W Reform
Two fatalities occurred in a home that was destroyed. At least 5 homes were destroyed and 40 others damaged. Numerous trees were downed.

Start: 33.1800/-88.2000
End: 33.3800/-88.2000


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