Climate Data
Yearly Reports
Interested in what kind of weather occurred in a recent year? Check out the most memorable events below.
 
Severe Weather/Heavy Rain on May 20-25, 2011 (Damage Photos)
 
At least three tornadoes (rated EF1 to EF4) were confirmed on 05/25/2011.
In the picture: At least three tornadoes (rated EF1 to EF4) were confirmed on 05/25/2011.  
 

Two long track tornadoes (rated EF3/EF4) cut through Johnson County and caused extensive damage during the early morning hours of May 25, 2011. Later in the day, there was minor damage due to a weak tornado (rated EF1) in Independence County.

 
This house lost a roof about 2.7 miles north-northeast of Coal Hill (Johnson County).
In the picture: This house lost a roof about 2.7 miles north-northeast of Coal Hill (Johnson County). Click to enlarge.
Another home was heavily damaged a mile west of Harmony (Johnson County).
In the picture: Another home was heavily damaged a mile west of Harmony (Johnson County). Click to enlarge.
 
Several mobile homes were destroyed roughly 2.25 miles west-southwest of Harmony (Johnson County).
In the picture: Several mobile homes were destroyed roughly 2.25 miles west-southwest of Harmony (Johnson County). A fatality occurred here. Click to enlarge.
This vehicle was tossed like a toy a mile west of Harmony (Johnson County).
In the picture: This vehicle was tossed like a toy a mile west of Harmony (Johnson County). Click to enlarge.
 
Houses were ripped apart in this subdivision in Clarksville (Johnson County).
In the picture: Houses were ripped apart in this subdivision in Clarksville (Johnson County). Click to enlarge.
Apartment buildings in Clarksville (Johnson County) were also dismantled.
In the picture: Apartment buildings in Clarksville (Johnson County) were also dismantled. Click to enlarge.
 
Parts of the Clarksville Country Club (Johnson County) were unrecognizable.
In the picture: Parts of the Clarksville Country Club (Johnson County) were unrecognizable. Click to enlarge.
Power poles were leaning or snapped along this road in Clarksville (Johnson County).
In the picture: Power poles were leaning or snapped along this road in Clarksville (Johnson County). Click to enlarge.
 
Swirl marks were left behind by a tornado in this wheat field 2.5 miles east-southeast of Oil Trough (Independence County).
In the picture: Swirl marks were left behind by a tornado in this wheat field 2.5 miles east-southeast of Oil Trough (Independence County). Click to enlarge.
These sandbags were a reminder that water was still high along the White RIver a couple of miles north of Jacksonport (Jackson County).
In the picture: These sandbags were a reminder that water was still high along the White RIver a couple of miles north of Jacksonport (Jackson County). Click to enlarge.
 

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