Severe Weather Event on April 19, 2013

Additional Information About Storm Reports Received Can Be Viewed Here.


Tornado Surveys Completed 
(Click on an entry in the 1st column to see an official storm survey summary and under the last column for more detailed tornado track location/data)

 Counties
 Affected
EF Scale/Max Wind Speed (mph) 

Injuries/
Fatalities

Path Length (Miles)

Path Width (Yards) 

Starting Lat/.Long

Ending Lat/.Long

Track Images/Files

       EF-1         105 MPH 

0/0

6.80

 400

35.2169 /-86.4448

35.2669 /-86.3351

Google KMZ Track File  


White circle in images above indicates approximate location of the tornado.

 

 

One to two inches of rainfall also fell as the strong to severe storms rolled from west to east across northern Alabama and Southern Middle Tennessee.  Below is an image of rainfall totals from 7 am on Thursday (April 18th) through 7 am Friday (April 19th). Most of the heavier rainfall fell in a short 2 to 4 hour period. 


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