FEBRUARY 21 2008 SEVERE WEATHER

Overview
A very busy month for severe weather continued across Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana as severe thunderstorms impacted the region again on February 21st.  One long-track supercell developed near Sabine Pass, TX and moved northeastward across Cameron, Calcasieu, Jeff Davis, Allen, Evangeline, St. Landry, and Avoyelles Parishes for several hours.  4 tornadoes, several funnel clouds, large hail, and flooding were all produced by this single thunderstorm.  Other severe thunderstorms dropped large hail and brought damaging winds to parts of the area as well.

Local Storm Reports
Experimental Graphical Local Storm Reports for February 21 2008
SPC Storm Reports for February 21 2008
List of all Local Storm Reports for February 21 2008
February 21 2008 Google Earth KML data file


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Google Map Legend

Tornadoes

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Hail

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T'storm Wind

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