Damage Survey from Madison & Hinds Counties


Damage Path #1

Location: Hinds and Madison Counties
Time of Event: 12:00am to 12:15am, 3/26/09
Beginning Point: 7.5 miles NW of Clinton
Ending Point: 4.5 miles W of Madison
Rating: EF1, maximum winds of 105 mph
Path Length: 12miles
Maximum Width: 500 yards
Fatalities: 0
Injuries: 0

Summary of Damages: Hundreds of large hardwood and softwood trees snapped and uprooted along the path.

Damage Path #2

Location: Madison County
Time of event: 12:17am to 12:22am, 3/26/09
Beginning Point: 4.25 miles NW of Madison
Ending Point: 3.75 miles N of Madison
Rating: EF1, maximum winds of 110 mph
Path Length: 4.5 miles
Maximum Width: 250 yards
Fatalities: 0
Injuries: 0

Summary of Damages: Numerous large hardwood and softwood trees were snapped and uprooted along the path. Several homes had minor to moderate damage, mostly to roofs.

Damage Path #3

Location: Madison County
Time of event: 12:20am to 12:22am, 3/26/09
Beginning Point: 5 miles NW of Madison
Ending Point: 5.5 miles NW of Madison
Rating: EF0, maximum winds of 85 mph
Path Length: 1.0 mile
Maximum Width: 125 yards
Fatalities: 0
Injuries: 0

Summary of Damages: Several small pines were snapped and one large oak tree was uprooted. Minor shingle damage occurred to several houses. 

Damage Pictures


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