Alabama Tornado Database


2001 Summary

 

2001 Tornado Occurrences (55)
Tornado # of Year Year Month Day Time (CST) County Damage Scale Path Length (Miles) Maximum Path Width (Yards) Fatalities Injuries Location
55
2001 12 14 0348 Elmore

Small Risk
F0 0.1 30 0 0

0.3 E Kent
A few homes with moderate roof damage and motor home blown over. The damage occurred along CR 44 in the Kent community.

Start: 32.6200/-85.9500
End:  32.6200/-85.9500

54
2001 11 25 0030 Dale

Event Report

News Story

Moderate Risk
F1 0.1 100 0 2

Ewell
An F1 tornado touched down just south of Ewell and destroyed a double wide mobile home. Its two occupants were seriously injured.

Start: 31.4000/-85.5800
End:  31.4000/-85.5800

53
2001 11 25 0012 Dale

Event Report

News Story

Moderate Risk
F1 2.0 100 0 25

Daleville
A strong F1 tornado touched down just southwest of Daleville, near the northwest corner of Cairns Army Airfield at Fort Rucker. Several maintenance buildings sustained minor roof damage. One aircraft suffered minor damage from flying sheet metal. The tornado tracked northeast into Daleville and damaged 25 businesses along Highway 85, including a church, gas station, two supermarkets, a bank and several homes. It destroyed a restaurant and two industrial park buildings. The tornado lifted the roof off of the Daleville Inn and Landing Zone Lounge, causing its walls to collapse. Of the 125 patrons inside, 23 suffered minor injuries and two serious injuries. One restaurant was destroyed. Nearly 40 businesses and 1,000 residential customers lost power after the tornado toppled numerous power poles. The intersection of Highways 85 and 134 in Daleville was closed and a curfew was imposed for 24 hours.

Start: 31.2800/-85.7300
End:  31.3200/-85.7000

52
2001 11 24 2127 Pike

Storm Survey

Event Report


News Story

Moderate Risk
F1 11.8 75
0 0

3.9 S Spring Hill-0.7 S Brundidge
Numerous trees and power lines were damaged. Several homes had roof damage. Damage occurred in Spring Hill, Mims Creek, and Brundidge.

Start: 31.6300/-85.9500
End:  31.7000/-88.8200

51
2001 11 24 2042 Pike

Storm Survey

Event Report


News Story

Moderate Risk
F0 0.2 50 0 0

0.3 NW Ansley-0.4 NE Ansley
A few trees blown down on along short path in the Ansley community.

Start: 31.8800/-86.1200
End:  31.8800/-86.1200

50
2001 11 24 2030 Covington

Event Report

News Story

Moderate Risk
F0 0.2 60 0 0

Rose Hill
A weak tornado produced a path of damage to trees in a wooded area southwest through south of the community.

Start: 31.4500/-86.3300
End:  31.4500/-86.3300

49
2001 11 24 1928 Covington

Event Report

News Story

Moderate Risk
F0 0.1 20 0 0

River Falls
Trees and power lines were blown down in the community as a weak tornado briefly touched down. Dime sized hail was also reported.

Start: 31.3500/-86.5500
End:  31.3500/-86.5500

48
2001 11 24 1910 Escambia

Event Report

News Story

Moderate Risk
F0 0.1 20 0 0

Brewton
A weak tornado produced some minor roof damage to a few houses in East Brewton. A few trees and power lines were blown down as well.

Start: 31.1200/-87.0700
End:  31.1200/-87.0700

47
2001 11 24 1830 Butler

Event Report

News Story

Moderate Risk
F0 0.1 20 0 0

Garland
A weak tornado briefly touched down, uprooting a few trees near the community of Grace, which is to the northwest of Garland.

Start: 31.5500/-86.8300
End:  31.5500/-86.8300

46
2001 11 24 1742 Butler

Event Report

News Story

Moderate Risk
F1 6.0 150 0 3

McKenzie
A tornado touched down in a wooded area just north of Odom Crossroads, which is to the west of McKenzie. The tornado then crossed County Road 29, where a mobile home was destroyed. Three occupants of the mobile home were injured. The tornado continued to move toward the northeast over mostly wooded areas, but crossed over County Roads 28 and 8. Tree damage occurred along this portion of the storms path. The tornado eventually crossed US Highway 31 and into a mainly wooded area south of Georgiana. The damage path of the tornado, which was again mostly to trees north of Highway 31, ended near Rocky Creek, where the tornado lifted back into the clouds.

Start: 31.5300/-86.7200
End:  31.5300/-86.7200

45
2001 11 24 1710 Clay-Randolph

Storm Survey

Event Report

News Story

Moderate Risk
F1 6.1 300 0 0

4.1 NE Lineville-12.1 NW Wedowee
Widespread tree damage, one church damaged, and several barns destroyed. Damage occurred at Black's Chapel, Ingram Rd, Wakefield Rd, Foster's Bridge Rd, Mt Moriah Rd, and Monroe.

Start: 33.3700/-85.7000
End:  33.4200/-85.6200

44
2001 11 24 1708 Butler

Event Report

News Story

Moderate Risk
F0 3.0 100 0 0

Georgiana
A weak tornado moved nearly 3 miles across mostly wooded areas to the west of Georgiana. Most of the damage along the path of the tornado was to trees. The tornado first touched down near County Road 16 near Panther Creek. From there the tornado moved northeast, crossing State Road 106, at which point some minor structural damage occurred to a church. The tornado then passed near the intersection of County Roads 25 and 37. Shortly thereafter, the tornado lifted back up into the cloud.

Start: 31.6300/-86.7500
End:  31.6300/-86.7500

43
2001 11 24 1642 Conecuh

Event Report

News Story

Moderate Risk
F0 0.1 20 0 0

Evergreen
A weak tornado downed trees and power lines around the community.

Start: 31.4300/-86.9700
End:  31.4300/-86.9700

42
2001 11 24 1603 Calhoun

Storm Survey

Event Report

News Story

Moderate Risk
F1 7.7 250
0 5

2.6 S Alexandria-1.8 W Jacksonville
10 to 20 homes damaged, numerous outbuildings and barns destroyed, and several mobile homes damaged. The damage occurred from just west of US 431 near Cane Creek to Broadwells Mill.

Start: 33.7300/-85.8800
End:  33.8200/-85.8000

41
2001 11 24 1559 Talladega

Storm Survey

Event Report


News Story

Moderate Risk
F2 9.1 200
0 0

4.1 SE Winterboro-7.0 SE Talladega
The tornado tracked across Germany Mountain damaging several homes, a few mobile homes, and downed numerous trees.

Start: 33.2700/-86.1500
End:  33.3700/-86.0200

40
2001 11 24 1554 Autauga

Storm Survey

Event Report

News Story

Moderate Risk
F1 9.8 50 0 0

9.4 SW Pine Level-4.6 NW Pine Level
Several homes and mobile homes were damaged in and around Poseys Crossroads.

Start: 32.4800/-86.5800
End:  32.6300/-86.5200

39
2001 11 24 1542 Talladega

Storm Survey

Event Report

News Story

Moderate Risk
F2 3.1 400 0 15

3.6 W Sylacuaga-2.6 NW Sylacauga
40 to 50 homes damaged, 10 mobile homes destroyed, numerous outbuildings destroyed. The main damage occurred in Oak Grove and Odena.

Start: 33.1700/-86.3200
End:  33.2000/-86.2800

38
2001 11 24 1510 St. Clair

Storm Survey

Event Report

News Story

Moderate Risk
F2 4.5 100 0 2

0.5 SW Pell City-3.7 NE Pell City
Numerous buildings damaged in Pell City.

Start: 33.5800/-86.2800
End:  33.6200/-86.2300

37
2001 11 24 1501 Cherokee

Storm Survey

Event Report

News Story

Moderate Risk
F2 8.2 200 2 4

2.7 SSW Sand Rock-5.5 NE Sand Rock
Several homes damaged or destroyed. Two fatalities occurred in a mobile home just east of Sand Rock.

Start: 34.2500/-85.7700
End:  34.3300/-85.6800

36
2001 11 24 1425 Dekalb

Storm Survey

Event Report

News Story

Moderate Risk
F2 7.1 100 0 0

S Fyffe-SE Rainsville
The tornado first touched down at 2:25 pm along CR 65 southwest of Peaks Corner causing tree damage. The tornado tracked northeast to CR 52 where a small barn was destroyed. As the tornado continued northeastward, several chicken barns received heavy damage, and many trees were snapped off at mid-trunk. A narrow path of damage continued northeast removing the roof from a cinder-block building, knocking down a wall, and moving a small pickup truck several feet. The tornado continued northeast destroying a trailer home, snapping off trees, and damaging more chicken barns along CR 44. The tornado descended a steep hill into the Pine Ridge community damaging a church before it ended. The width of the tornado was approximately 100 yards wide with a track length of 7.1 miles. There were no injuries reported with this tornado.

Start: 34.3800/-85.9200
End:  34.4500/-85.8200

35
2001 11 24 1350 Madison

Storm Survey

Event Report

News Story

Moderate Risk
F2 2.6 300
0 0

New Hope
The same storm that spawned the Union Grove Tornado moved northeast across the Tennessee River and produced another tornado in southeastern Madison County. This tornado, rated an F2 on the Fujita scale, touched down around 1:50 pm about 3.6 miles west-southwest of the city of New Hope near the base of Lemley Mountain where it downed trees and produced light damage to some homes. The tornado then strengthened as it moved northeast through a mobile home community where several mobile homes were thrown and demolished. After crossing US 431 and damaging several businesses, the tornado lifted about three-quarters of a mile northeast of the US 431/Old US 431 intersection around 1:54 pm. Despite damage to at least 21 homes, including eight that were completely demolished, there were no known injuries. In the mobile home community where the greatest damage occurred, residents stated they heard the Tornado Warning on televison and through NOAA Weather Radio and took cover in underground storm shelters.

Start: 34.5000/-86.4500
End:  34.5500/-86.4300

34
2001 11 24 1341 Marshall

Storm Survey

Event Report

News Story

Moderate Risk
F2 2.0 300
0 7

Union Grove
A supercell thunderstorm produced a tornado in the Union Grove area. The tornado began at 1:41 pm, 5.3 miles northwest of Union Grove, near Shumate Mountain. The tornado moved northeast crossing CR 240 and ending at 1:44 pm near the base of Benton Round Mountain. The heaviest damage occurred southwest of CR 240. Ten to 15 mobile homes were destroyed, 5 homes suffered varying degrees of damage, several outbuildings and barns were destroyed, an ultra-lite hangar was destroyed, 2 hunting cabins were destroyed, and 7 people received minor injuries.

Start: 34.4500/-86.5200
End:  34.4500/-86.5200

33
2001 11 24 1331 Jefferson-St. Clair

Storm Survey

Event Report

Tornado Video

News Story

Moderate Risk
F2 13.4 125 0 1

2.8 SW Argo-1.5 ENE St. Clair Springs
Several homes and homes were damaged along Interstate 59. Numerous trees were downed. The damage occurred from near the Deerfoot Parkway on I-59 to near Argo.

Start: 33.6500/-86.5700
End:  33.7700/-86.3800

32
2001 11 24 1319 Blount-Etowah

Storm Survey

Event Report

News Story

Moderate Risk
F4 10.1 500 0 22

2.9 SE Oneonta-1.0 N Altoona
Numerous homes and mobile homes were destroyed along with extensive tree damage. The damage occurred from near the Mt Carmel Church to Altoona.

Start: 33.9200/-86.4300
End:  34.0300/-86.3000

31
2001 11 24 1302 Cullman

Storm Survey

Event Report

News Story

Moderate Risk
F0 0.2 50 0 0

Goodhope
At the rest area on Interstate 65, south of Cullman, a funnel cloud had been reported at 1257 pm. At the Shell Station just off I-65, a witness reported another funnel cloud off to the west around 1 pm. Another witness reported a brief touchdown in a rural area with only a few trees blown down.

Start: 34.1000/-86.8800
End:  34.1000/-86.8700

30
2001 11 24 1300 Choctaw

Event Report

News Story

Moderate Risk
F0 0.1 20 0 0

Toxey
A weak tornado downed trees and power lines, and produced some minor roof damage, just northeast of Toxey.

Start: 31.9000/-88.3000
End:  31.9000/-88.3000

29
2001 11 24 1259 Cullman

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Event Report


News Story

Moderate Risk
F1 2.1 200 0 0

SW Vinemont-W Vinemont
North of Cullman damage was reported at Terri Pines Country Club and in the town of Vinemont. At Terri Pines several tall trees were damaged, either uprooted or snapped off at mid-trunk. One witness at the golf course reportedly saw a funnel; another witness reported a sudden end to a downpour, the sky turning black, then a sudden return of the downpour with the sky becoming lighter. From the golf course, the storm moved northeast. The tornado appeared to have lifted or weakened as it crossed I-65 with only minimal debris from the trees along the road. The tornado continued northeasterly to Vinemont just west of US 31 and south of CR 1292. The tornado reached F1 strength destroying 2 chicken barns and severely damaging a third, scattering debris at least a mile away. A mobile home downhill from the chicken barns had parts of it's roof torn off, and there were several holes in the side of the mobile home caused by debris projectiles. The final damage along the track was to a frame garage which was shifted off it's slab in a twisting motion causing it to collapse on itself. Witnesses at this location reported hearing a load roaring noise similar to a jet aircraft.

Start: 34.2300/-86.9000
End:  34.2500/-86.8700

28
2001 11 24 1256 Marengo

Storm Survey

Event Report

News Story

Moderate Risk
F0 0.6 50 0 0

4.3 SE Myrtlewood-4.0 SE Myrtlewood
Several trees and power lines were downed in Half Acre.

Start: 32.2200/-87.9000
End:  32.2300/-87.9000

27
2001 11 24 1237 Tuscaloosa

Storm Survey

Event Report


News Story

Moderate Risk
F0 0.2 30 0 0

6.1 E Abernant-6.3 E Abernant
Brief touchdown near mile marker 100 on I-59 near Bucksville.

Start: 33.2800/-87.1000
End:  33.2800/-87.0800

26
2001 11 24 1235 Choctaw

Event Report

News Story

Moderate Risk
F0 0.1 20 0 0

Gilbertown
A weak tornado downed several trees near Griffins Mills.

Start: 31.8700/-88.3200
End:  31.8700/-88.3200

25
2001 11 24 1234 Hale

Storm Survey

Event Report

News Story

Moderate Risk
F0 2.9 75
0 0

1.3 SW Cedarville-1.7 NW Cedarville
A few trees were downed and a few buildings were damaged.

Start: 32.6000/-87.6800
End:  32.6300/-87.6500

24
2001 11 24 1210 Lawrence-Morgan

Storm Survey

Event Report


News Story

Moderate Risk
F2 4.9 300
0 2

6 N Five Points-SE Trinity
The same supercell thunderstorm that produced the tornado in Haleyville produced another tornado near the Lawrence-Morgan county line. The tornado began at 12:10 pm 1 mile southwest of Caddo near CR 214. The tornado moved northeast through Caddo and into Morgan County. The tornado ended at 12:15 pm near North Mountain Road in Trinity. Emergency Management officials estimated that around 25 homes sustained varying degrees of damage including 3 homes that were totally destroyed, one mobile home demolished, and 2 homes received significant damage. Additional damage was reported to several businesses and one church. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted and numerous outbuildings were destroyed. Two minor injuries were reported in Caddo.

Start: 34.5500/-87.0500
End:  34.6200/-87.0800

23
2001 11 24 1145 Choctaw

Event Report

News Story

Moderate Risk
F0 0.1 20 0 0

Butler
A small and weak tornado move through the area just southwest of Butler. Trees and power lines were reported down in the area. In addition, golfball sized hail was also observed in Jachin.

Start: 32.0800/-88.2200
End:  32.0800/-88.2200

22
2001 11 24 1139 Tuscaloosa

Storm Survey

Event Report

News Story

Moderate Risk
F1 2.0 75
0 0

5.8 SW Samantha-3.8 SW Samantha
Several trees were downed and one home was damaged. The damage occurrd near the intersection of Rue Road and CR 90.

Start: 33.3500/-87.6800
End:  33.3800/-87.6700

21
2001 11 24 1121 Marion-Winston

Storm Survey

Event Report

News Story

Moderate Risk
F2 1.9 70 0 13

8.4 NE Whitehouse-0.7 NE Haleyville
Extensive damage occurred in downtown Haleyville.

Start: 34.2200/-87.6300
End:  34.2300/-87.6000

20
2001 11 24 1102 Hale

Storm Survey

Event Report

News Story

Moderate Risk
F0 0.2 50 0 0

0.8 NE Moundville-0.6 NE Moundville
A few trees downed and minor damage to a nursery and a mobile home.

Start: 33.0000/-87.6000
End:  33.0000/-87.6200

19
2001 11 24 1055 Pickens-Lamar-Fayette-Walker

Storm Survey

Event Report

News Story

Moderate Risk
F3 38.9 300 2 1

5.7 SW Kennedy-1.0 S Carbon Hill
Extensive structural damage occurred along the path. 2 fatalities occurred in a mobile home just southwest of Kennedy.

Start: 33.5300/-88.0500
End:  33.8700/-87.5300

18
2001 10 13 1345 Baldwin

Storm Survey

Event Report

Research Article

High Risk
F0 0.3 30 0 0

Spanish Fort
An F0 tornado touched down along the eastern portions of Meaher Park on the Causeway just west of Spanish Fort. The tornado jumped across the Causeway and touched down in the Pineda Island subdivision. Several trees were damaged along the tornado path.

Start: 30.6800/-87.9000
End:  30.6800/-87.9000

17
2001 10 13 1338 Perry

Event Report

Research Article

High Risk
F1 1.5 50 0 0

0.6 SW Uniontown-1.0 NNW Uniontown
Several trees and power lines downed along with minor roof damage. One apartment building had its roof torn off.

Start: 32.4500/-87.5200
End:  32.4700/-87.5200

16
2001 10 13 1244 Baldwin

Storm Survey

Event Report

Research Article

High Risk
F2 0.7 200 0 0

Robertsdale
An F2 tornado touched down southeast of Robertsdale. The tornado first touched down just south of County Road 83 and Hubard road intersection where it tracked north and damaged seventeen manufactured homes and completely destroyed three others. Several large Pecan trees were also blown down. No injuries were reported.

Start: 30.5500/-87.7200
End:  30.5500/-87.7200

15
2001 10 13 1240 Baldwin

Storm Survey

Event Report

Research Article

High Risk
F0 0.2 30 0 0

Foley
Another tornado briefly touched down, about 20 minutes after the first one, near the Grove Home Park. The F0 blew down several trees and a large fence near the Park along County Road 65.

Start: 30.4200/-87.6800
End:  30.4200/-87.6800

14
2001 10 13 1235 Marengo

Event Report

Research Article

High Risk
F1 7.1 450
0 0

3.6 NNE Dixons Mill-5.5 SW Hugo
Numerous trees and power lines downed. The damage path was from near Dixons Mill to near Octagon.

Start: 32.1000/-87.7700
End:  32.2200/-87.7500

13
2001 10 13 1225 Baldwin

Storm Survey

Event Report

Research Article

High Risk
F3 1.0 440
0 0

Foley
An F3 tornado initially touched down just south of the Grove Home Park on County Road 16. The tornado then tracked north just east of County Road 65 to County Road 12, just southwest of Foley. The tornado blew down numerous trees, destroyed a manufactured home and damaged several others in the Grove Home Park. The tornado destroyed two large cement block buildings and damaged another three near County Road 12. A large panel truck filled with heavy tools was picked up and carried about 60 feet, and several other cars were thrown 15 to 25 feet. No injuries were reported.

Start: 30.4200/-87.6800
End:  30.4200/-87.6800

12
2001 10 13 1200 Baldwin

Storm Survey

Event Report

Research Article

High Risk
F0 0.2 30 0 0

Gulf Shores
A strong waterspout moved ashore in Gulf Shores near State Highway 59 where it damaged several small booths associated with the Shrimp Festival. The tornado tracked north and damaged some roofs to homes along 6th avenue.

Start: 30.2800/-87.6800
End:  30.2800/-87.6800

11
2001 10 13 0635 Baldwin

Storm Survey

Event Report

Research Article

High Risk
F0 0.1 20 0 0

Montrose
An F0 tornado briefly touched down along U. S. Highway 98 near Montrose. The tornado blew several trees down.

Start: 30.5700/-87.9000
End:  30.5700/-87.9000

10
2001 10 13 0630 Baldwin

Storm Survey

Event Report

Research Article

High Risk
F1 0.1 30 0 0

Fairhope
An F1 tornado touched down for a short time near Fairhope. The tornado caused major damage to a warehouse roof and two large metal doors were blown in. Several trees and a fence were also blown down.

Start: 30.5200/-87.9000
End:  30.5200/-87.9000

9
2001 8 31 1702 Talladega

Event Report

Small Risk
F1 3.5 30 0 0

3.0 WSW Lincoln-1.6 NNW Lincoln
Several trees downed and several mobile homes damaged or destroyed. The tornado touched down near Exit 165 on I-20 producing damage in and around Lincoln.

Start: 33.6000/-86.1700
End:  33.6300/-86.1300

8
2001 6 11 1705 Covington

Tropical Storm
Allison Information


Event Report

More Allison
Information


Tropical Storm Allison Information

2001 Tropical Map

Slight Risk
F0 3.5 50 0 0

Libertyville
An F0 tornado first touched down on State Road 55 several miles south of Libertyville, near the Stanley community. Six homes, and a church sustained some minor roof damage, and two outbuildings were also damaged. The tornado tracked northeast, crossing County Roads 32 and 34, and passing just east of the New Shady Grove Church. Trees were blown down at these locations. The tornado then lifted back into the cloud just north of County Road 34.

Start: 31.2300/-86.4500
End:  31.2300/-86.4500

7
2001 6 11 0640 Mobile

Tropical Storm
Allison Information


Event Report

Tropical Storm Allison Information

More Allison
Information


2001 Tropical Map

Slight Risk
F0 2.5 75
0 0

Mobile Bates Field
An F0 tornado first touched down in southwest Mobile county about 8 miles southwest of the Mobile Regional Airport. The initial touchdown was near Jeff Hamilton Road, just to the east of Newman Road. The weak tornado moved across open fields and forest, moving across Newman Road near the Branson subdivision. The tornado then moved through the subdivision, blowing down several trees. Some homes were damaged as a result of the fallen trees, while other homes suffered roof damage due to the high winds. The tornado then moved north and crossed Airport Boulevard just west of Newman Road. More trees were blown down here, and several more homes suffered damage, mainly to roofs, from either fallen trees or high winds. The tornado then lifted back into the cloud, about 5 miles southwest of the Mobile Airport. The line of thunderstorms that produced the tornado was associated with the remnants of Tropical Storm Allison, which were moving east across the region.

Start: 30.6800/-88.2300
End:  30.6800/-88.2300

6
2001 5 24 1802 Blount

Storm Survey

Event Report

Slight Risk
F0 1.0 30 0 0

6.4 NW Oneonta-6.2 NW Oneonta
A brief touchdown with no damage near Rosa. The tornado was observed and photgraphed.

Start: 34.0200/-86.5500
End:  34.0200/-86.5500

5
2001 5 24 1648 Jackson

Storm Survey

Event Report


Slight Risk
F1 0.5 80 0 0

Aspel
A tornado caused damage about 1 mile north of the town of Aspel, near the intersection of County Roads 11 and 101. The tornado path was approximately ½ mile long, 100 yards wide, beginning on the west side of County Road 11. The path began behind a home located on CR11. No damage was noted to the home, but several trees within 50 yards of the home were snapped off or blown down. Across CR11, two homes were struck and both received minor damage. One of the residents was asleep when the tornado struck. He said the storm was loud, rousing him from his sleep, and it was over by the time he realized what was happening. A window on the right front of his home was sucked out, a large Cedar tree just to the left of the home was broken off just above the ground and found by a back fence, approximately 300 yards northeast. Several large trees were knocked over in the backyard, and a fallen tree killed two cows. A large barn was heavily damaged, and another smaller barn had its tin roofing pulled off. The second home sustained some roof damage due to a fallen tree along with a few shingles being torn off. Several trees were also knocked down in the front yard.

Start: 34.6200/-86.1700
End:  34.6200/-86.1700

4
2001 3 12 1300 Covington

Storm Survey

Event Report

Moderate Risk
F1 3.2 75
2 1

Red Level
A tornado touched down along the leading edge of a bow echo in the Pigeon Creek area just north of Red Level. The tornado destroyed a manufactured home with three people inside. Two of the occupants were killed and one was injured. The tornado appeared to have first touched down where the home was located. All totaled throughout the county, twelve homes were destroyed, nineteen had major damage and five had minor damage. Eleven vehicles were also destroyed.

Start: 31.4000/-86.6200
End:  31.4000/-86.6200

3
2001 3 2 1829 Montgomery

Storm Survey

Event Report

Small Risk
F1 2.2 100 0 0

East Montgomery
Numerous trees downed and roof damage to many homes. The tornado damage occurred in the Woodmere area, Beauvoir subdivision, and over to Taylor Rd.

Start: 32.3800/-86.3000
End:  32.3800/-86.3000

2
2001 2 16 1339 Madison

Storm Survey

Event Report

Moderate Risk
F0 4.4 30 0 0

NW Huntsville
A small tornado described by eye witnesses as a smooth funnel touched down in northwest Huntsville. The damage began near the intersection of Capshaw Road and Wall Triana Highway. The tornado damage path extended nearly due east for some distance before turning east-northeast and ending just west of Rideout Road. A damage survey was conducted of this event by meteorologists from UAH who described the damage path as narrow, focused, and convergent. Additional damage occurred in northeast Huntsville in the Chase area and may possibly have been another weak tornado touchdown.

Start: 34.7800/-86.7700
End:  34.8000/-86.6800

1
2001 1 19 0922 Montgomery

Storm Survey

Event Report

Slight Risk
F0 2.3 100 0 4

2.1 E Montgomery-4.0 ENE Montgomery
Trees downed and minor structure damage. The damage occurred from Greenwood Cemetary through the Forest Hills area and into the Johnstown area and Gunter Industrial Park.

Start: 32.3800/-86.2700
End:  32.4000/-86.2300


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