Georgia Storm Statistics
Annual Summary for 2013

TORNADOES
- Distribution by county
(1950 - 2013)

- Frequency by month
(1884 - 2013)

- Statistics for 2000
( PDF format )

- Statistics for 2001
( PDF format )

- Statistics for 2002
( PDF format )

- Statistics for 2003
( PDF format )

- Statistics for 2004
( PDF format )

- Statistics for 2005
( PDF format )

- Statistics for 2006
( PDF format )

- Statistics for 2007
( PDF format )

- Statistics for 2008
( PDF format )

- Statistics for 2009
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- Statistics for 2010
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- Statistics for 2011
( PDF format )

- Statistics for 2012
( PDF format )

- Statistics for 2013
( PDF format )

 

GEORGIA'S SEVERE STORM
CLIMATOLOGY
2013 Georgia Annual Storm Summary
Type of Storm NUMBER DAYS DEATHS INJURIES
Tornadoes 25 8 1 21
Hail 105 26 0 0
Thunderstorm Winds 510 66 1 9
High Winds1 1 1 0 0
Strong Winds2 11 12 2 1
Lightning3 18 14 1 7
Flash Floods 129 45 0 0
Floods 21 14 0 0
Heavy Rain --- 10 0 0
Snowstorms / Blizzards4 --- 2 0 0
Winter Storms5 --- 7 0 0
Hurricanes / Tropical Storms --- 0 0 0
All others --- --- 0 1
Total --- --- 5 39
1Non-convective sustained wind speeds of 40 mph or greater for an hour or more, or wind gusts of 58 mph or greater
2Non-convective sustained wind speeds less than 40 mph or wind gusts less than 58 mph
3Days on which lightning-related incidents were reported. Does not include all days on which lightning occurred within the forecast area.
4Snowfall of at least 2" (3" in the northeast Georgia mountains), or snow/blowing snow reducing visibility to blizzard criteria
5A winter weather event with more than one significant hazard: freezing drizzle (at least 1/4" of glaze), freezing rain (at least 1/4" of glaze), sleet (at least 1/2") or snow (at least 2" with the exception of 3" or more in the northeast Georgia mountains) 
(Tropical Storm total included in events above)

 

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