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Interested in what kind of weather occurred in a recent year? Check out the most memorable events below.
 
Tornadoes in 2005/Pg 2 of 2
 
27. 2 miles south of Bluffton to 2.5 miles southwest of Briggsville (Yell Co.), November 27th, 3:40 PM - A weak (F1) tornado had a path length of 4.5 miles.

28. 4.5 miles southwest of Danville to 1.8 miles southwest of Danville (Yell Co.), November 27th, 3:57 PM - A weak (F0) tornado had a path length of 2.7 miles.

29. 3 miles south-southwest of Kirby to 2 miles north of Welsh (Pike and Montgomery Cos.), November 27th, 4:25 PM - A weak (F1) tornado had a path length of 17 miles. One person was injured.

30. 4 miles north-northeast of Welsh to 2 miles southwest of Crystal Springs (Montgomery and Garland Cos.), November 27th, 4:49 PM - A weak (F1) tornado had a path length of 8 miles.

31. 2 miles north of Bear to 3 miles north-northeast of Bear (Garland Co.), November 27th, 5:10 PM - A weak (F1) tornado had a path length of 1.2 miles.

32. 3 miles southeast of Bonnerdale to 3 miles southeast of Mountain Pine (Hot Spring and Garland Cos.), November 27th, 5:20 PM - A strong (F2) tornado had a path length of 18 miles. One person was injured.

 

A brick home was ripped open by a strong (F2) tornado near Sunshine (Garland County) on 11/27/2005. A tree also fell through the house. In the picture: A brick home was ripped open by a strong (F2) tornado near Sunshine (Garland County) on 11/27/2005. A tree also fell through the house. Click to enlarge.

 

33. 0.8 mile east-southeast of Chimes to 11.1 miles east of Witts Spring (Van Buren and Searcy Cos.), November 27th, 5:23 PM - A weak (F1) tornado had a path length of 5.5 miles.

34. 4 miles northwest of Jessieville to 15 miles west-northwest of Paron (Garland and Saline Cos.), November 27th, 5:30 PM - A weak (F1) tornado had a path length of 8.2 miles.

35. 9 miles west-southwest of Morrilton to 2.5 miles northeast of St. Vincent (Conway Co., Pope Co., and then back into Conway Co.), November 27th, 5:37 PM - A strong (F2) tornado had a path length of 18 miles.

 

In the picture: A strong (F2) tornado heavily damaged a liquor store in Blackwell (Conway County) on 11/27/2005. Click to enlarge. A strong (F2) tornado heavily damaged a liquor store in Blackwell (Conway County) on 11/27/2005.

 

36. 11 miles southwest of Thornburg to 1.5 miles southeast of Opello (Perry and Conway Cos.), November 27th, 5:41 PM - A strong (F3) tornado had a path length of 21 miles.

 

The WSR-88D (Doppler Weather Radar) indicated a hook echo approaching Cherry Hill (Perry County) from the southwest around 550 pm CST on 11/27/2005. In the picture: The WSR-88D (Doppler Weather Radar) indicated a hook echo approaching Cherry Hill (Perry County) from the southwest around 550 pm CST on 11/27/2005. To sample the storm, the radar sends energy...which is reflected back if there is precipitation. In this case, the radar detected a high level of reflectivity in the hook, which often means that debris is present.

 

37. 2.5 miles southeast of Morrilton to 1 mile east of Springfield (Conway Co.), November 27th, 6:09 PM - A strong (F3) tornado had a path length of 15 miles. One person was killed and eight others were injured. The death and seven of the injuries occurred when the tornado overturned a vehicle on Interstate 40 about one mile west of Plumerville.

 

In the picture: Vehicles were thrown like toys by a strong (F3) tornado about 2 miles southeast of Morrilton (Conway County) on 11/27/2005. Click to enlarge. Vehicles were thrown like toys by a strong (F3) tornado about 2 miles southeast of Morrilton (Conway County) on 11/27/2005.

 

38. 2.5 miles east-southeast of Buford to 4 miles south-southeast of Mountain Home (Baxter Co.), November 27th, 6:15 PM - A weak (F1) tornado had a path length of 3.7 miles.

39. 1.7 miles south of Williams Junction to 14.5 miles west-southwest of Roland (Perry and Pulaski Cos.), November 27th, 6:25 PM - A weak (F1) tornado had a path length of 3 miles.

40. 0.8 mile north-northeast of Springfield to 6.5 miles north-northeast of Bee Branch (Conway, Faulkner, and Van Buren Cos.), November 27th, 6:27 PM - A strong (F2) tornado had a path length of 21.8 miles.

 

Tin from a barn was strewn through the trees near Bee Branch (Van Buren County) following a strong (F2) tornado on 11/27/2005. In the picture: Tin from a barn was strewn through the trees near Bee Branch (Van Buren County) following a strong (F2) tornado on 11/27/2005. Click to enlarge.

 

41. 4 miles north-northwest of Vidette, AR, to 2 miles northeast of Bakersfield, MO (Fulton Co., AR, and Ozark and Howell Cos., MO), November 27th, 6:40 PM - A weak (F1) tornado had a total path length of 4.3 miles - 1.3 miles in Arkansas and 3 miles in Missouri.

42. 6 miles south-southwest of Shirley to 2.8 miles south of Shirley (Van Buren Co.), November 27th, 6:55 PM - A weak (F1) tornado had a path length of 3.7 miles.

43. 2.8 miles south of Wooster to 1.7 miles north-northeast of Greenbrier (Faulkner Co.), November 27th, 6:59 PM - A weak (F1) tornado had a path length of 7.7 miles.

 

In the picture: The dugout at a junior high school in Greenbrier (Faulkner County) was destroyed by a weak (F1) tornado on 11/27/2005. Click to enlarge. The dugout at a junior high school in Greenbrier (Faulkner County) was destroyed by a weak (F1) tornado on 11/27/2005.

 

44. 4.3 miles southwest of Higden to 1.6 miles southwest of Higden (Cleburne Co.), November 27th, 7:02 PM - A weak (F1) tornado had a path length of 2.7 miles.

45. 3.7 miles northeast of Greenbrier to 2.5 miles east-southeast of Guy (Faulkner Co.), November 27th, 7:11 PM - A weak (F0) tornado had a path length of 4 miles.

46. 9 miles southeast of Bee Branch to 5.5 miles north-northwest of Pearson (Van Buren and Cleburne Cos.), November 27th, 7:19 PM - A strong (F2) tornado had a path length of 10 miles. One person was injured.

47. 3 miles east-southeast of Prim to 3.1 miles east of Prim (Cleburne Co.), November 27th, 7:47 PM - A weak (F0) tornado had a path length of 1.2 miles. 48. 2.3 miles east-northeast of Franklin to 2.3 miles northeast of Saddle (Izard, Sharp, and Fulton Cos.), November 27th, 7:55 PM - A weak (F1) tornado had a path length of 15.8 miles.

 

A pontoon boat was overturned by a weak (F1) tornado on Crown Lake near Horseshoe Bend (Izard County) on 11/27/2005. In the picture: A pontoon boat was overturned by a weak (F1) tornado on Crown Lake near Horseshoe Bend (Izard County) on 11/27/2005. Click to enlarge.

 

49. 3.6 miles west of Marcella to 2.7 miles northeast of St. James (Stone Co.), November 27th, 8:05 PM - A strong (F2) tornado had a path length of 7 miles.

50. 0.7 mile south of Pangburn to 1.3 miles east-northeast of Pangburn (White Co.), November 27th, 8:44 PM - A weak (F1) tornado had a path length of 2 miles.

51. 1.5 miles east-southeast of Woodberry to 3 miles north-northeast of Hampton (Calhoun Co.), December 3rd, 10:18 PM - A weak (F1) tornado had a path length of 2.7 miles.

52. 5.7 miles northeast of Monticello to 8 miles east-northeast of Monticello (Drew Co.), December 3rd, 11:03 PM - A weak (F0) tornado had a path length of 2.7 miles.

 


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