PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PEACHTREE CITY GA
443 PM EDT TUE MAY 01 2007

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
..REMARKS..

0123 AM TORNADO 1 W EASTMAN 32.20N 83.20W
04/15/2007 DODGE GA NWS STORM SURVEY

TOTAL PATH LENGTH WAS 4.5 MILES... MAXIMUM PATH WIDTH WAS
100 YARDS. THE TORNADO WAS RATED EF1 WITH A MAXIMUM WIND
SPEED WAS 90 MPH. RETAIL BUILDINGS ON U.S. 23 RECEIVED
MINOR DAMAGE. AN ADJACENT GREENHOUSE WAS DESTROYED. THE
ANNOUNCERS BOOTH AT THE EASTMAN HIGH SCHOOL FIELD WAS
DESTROYED. NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES DOWNED ON
HOMES. SEVERAL HOMES RECEIVED MINOR DAMAGE. TWO MOBILE
HOMES THAT WERE UNSECURED WERE DESTROYED.

0145 AM TORNADO 9 SSW DUBLIN 32.42N 82.98W
04/15/2007 LAURENS GA NWS STORM SURVEY

*** 3 INJ *** TOTAL PATH LENGTH WAS APPROXIMATELY 5
MILES... MAXIMUM PATH WIDTH WAS 200 YARDS. THE TORNADO
WAS RATED EF2 WITH A MAXIMUM WIND SPEED WAS 120 MPH. A
TIED-DOWN DOUBLE-WIDE MOBILE HOME WAS COMPLETELY
DESTROYED RESULTING IN TWO INJURIES. ANOTHER TIED-DOWN
MOBILE HOME WAS DESTROYED WITH 2 ADULTS AND 2 CHILDREN
INSIDE ...ALL SURVIVED WITH ONE MINOR INJURY. A HOME HAD
ITS CARPORT AND PART OF ITS ROOF REMOVED REMOVED. SEVERAL
OTHER MOBILE HOMES AND HOMES RECEIVED DAMAGE FROM FALLING
TREES OR WIND.

0150 AM TORNADO 4 NNE CEDAR GROVE 32.30N 82.86W
04/15/2007 LAURENS GA NWS STORM SURVEY

TOTAL PATH LENGTH WAS 6.5 MILES...MAXIMUM PATH WIDTH WAS
50 YARDS. THE TORNADO WAS RATED EF0 WITH A MAXIMUM WIND
SPEED OF 80 MPH. NUMEROUS TREES WERE DOWNED ALONG THE
MOSTLY FORESTED PATH. A FEW OUTBUILDINGS WERE DAMAGED
NEAR MORTON ROAD AND ROCK SPRINGS ROAD.

0204 AM TORNADO 2 SE ROCKLEDGE 32.42N 82.67W
04/15/2007 TREUTLEN GA NWS STORM SURVEY

TOTAL PATH LENGTH WAS 10 MILES...MAXIMUM PATH WIDTH WAS
1/4 MILE. THE TORNADO WAS RATED EF1 WITH A MAXIMUM WIND
SPEED OF 100 MPH. HUNDREDS OF TREES WERE DOWNED. TWO
HOUSES SOUTHEAST OF ORIANNA WERE DAMAGED AND TWO
OUTBUILDINGS WERE DESTROYED. A SILO WAS DESTROYED AND
THROWN 1/4 MILE. IN ADRIAN...A MOBILE HOME WAS ROLLED
OVER AND A UTILITY BUILDING HAD ITS ROOF REMOVED. AROUND
A DOZEN HOMES RECEIVED MINOR DAMAGE. A CAMPGROUND HAD
HOMES DAMAGED BY TREES AND AN UNSECURED MOBILE HOME WAS
DESTROYED.

0205 AM TORNADO 5 SE DUBLIN 32.49N 82.86W
04/15/2007 LAURENS GA NWS STORM SURVEY

THE TORNADO TRAVELED NORTHEAST INTO WESTERN JOHNSON
COUNTY AND FINALLY LIFTED AROUND 224 AM EDT ABOUT 5 MILES
SOUTHWEST OF KITE. TOTAL PATH LENGTH WAS 19
MILES...MAXIMUM PATH WIDTH WAS 100 YARDS. THE TORNADO WAS
RATED EF1 WITH A MAXIMUM WIND SPEED OF 100 MPH. SEVERAL
OUTBUILDINGS WERE DAMAGED OR DESTROYED. SOME HOMES
RECEIVED MINOR DAMAGE. A CHURCH NORTH 5 MILES NORTH OF
SCOTT RECEIVED MINOR DAMAGE INCLUDING A FAMILY LIFE
CENTER WHICH WAS SHIFTED OFF ITS FOUNDATION SLIGHTLY.

0256 AM TORNADO 2 SE TWIN CITY 33.45N 84.57W
04/15/2007 FAYETTE GA NWS STORM SURVEY

THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN AT 256 AM EDT 2 MILES SOUTHEAST
OF TWIN CITY AND TRAVELED NORTHEAST TO ABOUT 5 MILES
NORTHEAST OF TWIN CITY. THE TOTAL PATH LENGTH WAS 5
MILES...MAXIMUM PATH WIDTH WAS 200 YARDS. THE TORNADO WAS
RATED EF2 WITH A MAXIMUM WIND SPEED WAS 115 MPH. TWO
HOMES WERE DAMAGED HEAVILY REMOVING SIGNIFICANTS PARTS OF
THEIR ROOFS AND WALLS. OUTBUILDINGS WERE DESTROYED. A
MOBILE HOME WAS ALSO DAMAGED.

0327 AM TORNADO 6 W ARABI 31.83N 83.84W
04/15/2007 CRISP GA NWS STORM SURVEY

THE TORNADO TRAVELED NORTHEAST AND LIFTED AT 339 AM EDT
ABOUT 3 MILES NORTHEAST OF ARABI. TOTAL PATH LENGTH IN
CRISP COUNTY WAS 7.5 MILES. PATH WIDTH WAS 200 YARDS. THE
TORNADO WAS RATED EF1 WITH A MAXIMUM WIND SPEED OF 100
MPH. NEAR ARABI...A MOBILE HOME WAS SHIFTED OFF ITS
FOUNDATION. SEVERAL TREES WERE DOWNED. AS THE TORNADO
LIFTED NEAR EXIT 92 ON I-75...IT TOSSED A CAR ONTO A
GUARD RAIL.

0425 AM TORNADO 1 S EASTMAN 32.18N 83.18W
04/15/2007 DODGE GA NWS STORM SURVEY

TOTAL PATH LENGTH WAS 4.5 MILES WITH A MAXIMUM PATH WIDTH
OF 200 YARDS. THE TORNADO WAS RATED EF2 WITH A MAXIMUM
WIND SPEED OF 120 MPH. THE COUNTY ROAD DEPARTMENT GARAGE
WAS DESTROYED. A NEARBY HOME SUFFERED SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE
WITH PART OF ITS ROOF AND PATIO REMOVED AND PART OF AN
EXTERIOR WALL KNOCKED DOWN. A BARN WAS DESTROYED. SEVERAL
HOMES RECEIVED MINOR DAMAGE. TWO UNSECURED MOBILE HOMES
WERE ALSO DESTROYED.


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