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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
550 PM CST TUE NOV 3 2009

..ANOTHER TORNADO FOUND IN SCOTT AND LOGAN COUNTIES...

DAMAGE SURVEYS HAVE BEEN CONDUCTED FOLLOWING STORMS ON OCTOBER 29TH.
SEVEN TORNADO TRACKS HAVE BEEN FOUND...WITH THE MOST RECENT TRACK
DISCOVERED IN NORTHERN SCOTT AND SOUTHERN LOGAN COUNTIES.

THE TORNADO WAS SPAWNED 10.3 MILES EAST-NORTHEAST OF WALDRON IN
SCOTT COUNTY AND ENDED 7.6 MILES SOUTHEAST OF BOONEVILLE IN LOGAN
COUNTY. THE TORNADO WAS RATED EF1 ON THE ENHANCED FUJITA
SCALE...WITH WINDS BETWEEN 86 TO 110 MPH. IT HAD A PATH LENGTH OF
8.2 MILES.

THE TORNADO TRACKED MOSTLY THROUGH THE OUACHITA NATIONAL
FORECAST...AND AFFECTED THE KNOPPERS FORD RECREATION AREA. THOUSANDS
OF TREES WERE DOWNED...WITH A COUPLE OF BARNS AND OUTBUILDINGS
DESTROYED.

THE SURVEY WAS CONDUCTED BY JOHN ROBINSON...WARNING COORDINATION
METEOROLOGIST...AND RENEE FAIR...METEOROLOGIST IN CHARGE...
BOTH FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN LITTLE ROCK.

THANKS GOES TO CARROLL GARNER...A LOCAL RESIDENT...FOR ESCORTING
SURVEYORS THROUGH AREAS AFFECTED BY THE TORNADO.

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