HALLOWEEN BROUGHT SOME RAIN AND A LOT OF WIND ACROSS
MUCH OF NORTH ALABAMA AND SOUTHERN MIDDLE TENNESSEE. BELOW
ARE THE STRONGEST WINDS (PEAK WIND GUSTS) REPORTED BY
AREA WEATHER STATIONS BETWEEN THURSDAY AFTERNOON AND
EVENING AS A FAIRLY INTENSE STORM SYSTEM MOVED FROM THE
CENTRAL PLAINS TOWARD THE GREAT LAKES.

LOCATION                       SPEED     TIME/DATE

MADISON CO EXEC AIRPORT        46        0935 PM 10/31
6 ENE HUNTSVILLE (1601 FT)     44        0653 PM 10/31
HARVEST CWOP (835 FT)          43        0818 PM 10/31
SPEAKE CWOP (649 FT)           41        0721 PM 10/31
ATHENS CWOP (750 FT)           40        0845 PM 10/31
LAWRENCE CO MUNICIPAL ARPT     39        0715 PM 10/31
BELGREEN CWOP (869 FT)         39        0408 PM 10/31
DECATUR PRYOR FIELD (591 FT)   41        0815 PM 10/31
HUNTSVILLE INTL ARPT           41        0822 PM 10/31
HUNTSVILLE CWOP (663 FT)       38        0830 PM 10/31
CULLMAN REGIONAL AIRPORT       38        0735 PM 10/31
MOUNT HOPE CWOP (650 FT)       37        0535 PM 10/31
FORT PAYNE CWOP (1552 FT)      37        1030 PM 10/31
DECATUR CWOP (750 FT)          36        0843 PM 10/31
FAYETTEVILLE TN CWOP (921 FT)  36        0903 PM 10/31
WRIGHT CWOP (735 FT)           35        0317 PM 10/31
MUSCLE SHOALS NW REG ARPT      38        0604 PM 10/31
WINCHESTER TN AWOS (979 FT)    35        0335 PM 10/31
4 NW NEW MARKET (830 FT)       34        0851 PM 10/31
2 NW HUNTSVILLE (662 FT)       33        0939 PM 10/31

OBSERVATIONS ARE COLLECTED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES WITH VARYING
EQUIPMENT AND EXPOSURE. NOT ALL DATA LISTED IS CONSIDERED OFFICIAL. 

 

Some Heavier Rainfall fell as Well

Most area received lighter rainfall amounts between one quarter and one half of an inch. Some areas of extreme northwestern Alabama received between 1.26 and 1.5 inches of rainfall. See the image below for more information.

 

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