FEBRUARY 12 2008 SEVERE WEATHER

Overview
A strong to severe line of thunderstorms, associated with a strong cold front, moved from northwest to southeast across Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana during the late morning and afternoon hours on February 12, 2008.  These thunderstorms produced numerous reports of large hail ranging from pea-size up to golf-ball size, with a few reports of high winds and minor wind damage.  In addition, two weak landspout tornadoes occurred in South-Central Louisiana near the New Iberia airport and St. Martinville, and a large gustnado was caught on film south of New Iberia.

Local Storm Reports
Experimental Graphical Local Storm Reports for February 12 2008
SPC Storm Reports for February 12 2008
List of all Local Storm Reports for February 12 2008
February 12 2008 Google Earth KML data file


View February 12, 2008 Tornadoes in a larger map

Google Map Legend

Tornadoes

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Hail

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T'storm Wind

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