Wind Damage near Franklinton, LA on January 10, 2013

NWS STORM SURVEY  TEAM DETERMINED THAT SPORADIC DAMAGE IN VARIOUS LOCATIONS  NEAR FRANKLINTON LIKELY DUE TO A GRAVITY WAVE OR WAKE  DEPRESSION LOW PASSAGE BEHIND ACTUAL SQUALL LINE. DAMAGE  ON HIGHWAY 16 AT THE STANDARD GRAVEL COMPANY WAS ROOFING MATERIAL PEELED OFF ROOF AND SNAPPED HARDWARD BRANCHES BLOWN TO THE NE. DAMAGE ON HWY 430 NNE OF FRANKLINTON WAS MINOR WITH PEELED SIDING...ROOFING MATERIAL AND  INSULATION BLOWN IN A NE DIRECTION FROM A STRUCTURE UNDER RENOVATION. ACCOMPANIED BY WASHINGTON PARISH EMERGENCY MANAGER.

Images from NWS storm survey conducted Jan 11, 2013.

Wind damage to a home on Highway 430 about 4 miles NNE of Franklinton, LA.  Debris field to the NE of structure in image left.
>Carport roofing peeled off and blown to NE of home along Hwy 430, 4 miles NNE of Franklinton. >Siding removed from eave of gable on home along Hwy 430, 4 miles NNE of Franklinton.
>Roofing material and hardwood trees snapped at Standard Gravel Co on Hwy 16, about 1 mile S of Franklinton >Tin roofing peeled to the NE from tool barn at Standard Gravel Co on Hwy 16, about 1 mile S of Franklinton

 NWS Survey Team: Robert J. Ricks, Jr., Michael Hill, Thomas Thiebaud (Washington Parish EM) - Jan 11, 2013

 


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