Good Friday Tornado Outbreak -- 04/10/09
Damage Surveys


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Rutherford County Tornado:

Location / Time of event: Rutherford County, 04/10/09 12:19 PM
Beginning Point: Kelley Road and Hwy 41A - SW of Murfreesboro
Ending Point: Eight (8) Miles NE of Murfreesboro
Rating: EF4 - Maximum estimated wind speed around 170 MPH
Path Length: 23.25 Miles
Maximum Width: Almost 1/2 Mile
Fatalities: 2
Injuries: 42
KML Data File: Good Friday Tornado Outbreak 04/10/09

Summary of Damages:

...MONDAY UPDATE...
...APRIL 10TH TORNADO IN MURFREESBORO REACHED EF-4 INTENSITY...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DAMAGE ASSESSMENT TEAM HAS DETERMINED THAT THE TORNADO WHICH STRUCK MURFREESBORO ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON REACHED EF-4 IN INTENSITY. EF-4 INTENSITY...WITH WINDS NEAR 170 MPH...WAS REACHED IN THE HIGHLAND PARK DRIVE NEIGHBORHOOD AS WELL AS THE TOMAHAWK TRACE AREA. SEVERAL WELL CONSTRUCTED HOMES WERE DESTROYED IN THESE AREAS...HARDWOOD TREES WERE DEBARKED...AND VEHICLES WERE TOSSED CONSIDERABLE DISTANCE.

THE TORNADO WHICH STRUCK FRIDAY WAS THE 28TH TORNADO TO HIT RUTHERFORD COUNTY SINCE 1950. IT WAS THE FIRST KILLER TORNADO DURING THAT PERIOD.

A NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SURVEY CREW IS CURRENTLY SURVEYING DAMAGE IN HUMPHREYS AND HOUSTON COUNTIES. ANOTHER TEAM IS EN-ROUTE TO LOOK AT DAMAGE IN CUMBERLAND COUNTY...AND POSSIBLY CANNON COUNTY IF TIME ALLOWS. A SURVEY OF MARSHALL AND NORTHERN GILES COUNTY IS SCHEDULED FOR TUESDAY.

PICTURES AND ADDITIONAL DETAILS CAN BE FOUND AT...

WWW.WEATHER.GOV/NASHVILLE

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FINAL SUMMARY (TIMES BASED ON RADAR)...

STRENGTH...EF-4
MAXIMUM WINDS...170 MPH
PATH LENGTH...23.25 MILES
WIDTH...MAXIMUM 750 YARDS
TOUCHDOWN TIME...1219 PM
TORNADO END TIME...1255 PM
BEGIN LAT/LON...35.7597 -86.8480
END LAT/LON...35.9145 -86.2789

TOM JOHNSTONE
WARNING COORDINATION METEOROLOGIST

...ADDITIONAL PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF MURFREESBORO TORNADO SURVEY...
...TORNADO LENGTH NOW OVER 23 MILES...
...FINAL SUMMARY WILL BE RELEASED MONDAY MORNING...

ADDITIONAL GROUND SURVEYS OF THE MURFREESBORO TORNADO INDICATE THAT THE ACTUAL INITIAL TOUCHDOWN WAS JUST NORTH OF THE EAGLEVILLE COMMUNITY IN FAR SOUTHWESTERN RUTHERFORD COUNTY. INTERMITTENT TREE AND ROOF DAMAGE WAS NOTED BEGINNING AT A RESIDENCE NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF KELLEY ROAD AND HIGHWAY 41A. INTERMITTENT TREE DAMAGE CONTINUED NORTHEAST...WITH THE PATH BECOMING CONTINUOUS ALONG ROCKY GROVE ROAD BETWEEN THE CEDAR GROVE AND PLEASANT HILL COMMUNITIES. THIS NEW DAMAGE EXTENDS THE TORNADO PATH LENGTH MORE THAN 8 MILES TO OVER 23 MILES.

THE SURVEY TEAM INSPECTED CONTINUOUS DAMAGE FROM ROCKY GROVE ROAD NORTHEAST TO A RESIDENCE ON NEWMAN ROAD APPROXIMATELY 2 MILES NORTH OF THE WINDROW COMMUNITY. EXTENSIVE TREE DAMAGE WAS NOTED ALONG THE PATH...ALONG WITH MULTIPLE INSTANCES OF ROOF DAMAGE TO HOMES. SEVERAL INSTANCES OF MULTI-VORTEX DAMAGE WERE NOTED. THE MOST SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE WAS ON PATTERSON ROAD 1/2 MILE WEST OF WINDROW. A BRICK HOME WAS COMPLETELY DESTROYED AND THROWN ALMOST COMPLETELY OFF ITS FOUNDATION. THIS DAMAGE WAS AT LEAST EF3 IN INTENSITY.

ADDITIONAL AREAS BETWEEN STONES RIVER BATTLEFIELD AND MEDICAL CENTER PARKWAY IN MURFREESBORO WHICH WERE UNREACHABLE ON SATURDAY WERE SURVEYED TODAY. 2 HOMES ON WILKINSON PIKE AND 2 HOMES ON HIGHLAND PARK DRIVE WERE COMPLETELY DESTROYED. ONE OF THE HOMES DID APPEAR TO BE PROPERLY ANCHORED TO IT`S FOUNDATION WHILE THREE WERE NOT. THE DAMAGE HERE WAS HIGH END EF3 IN INTENSITY...AND MAY GO HIGHER IN THE FINAL SURVEY RESULTS.

DUE TO AN OVER 8 MILE EXTENSION IN THE TORNADO PATH LENGTH WE WERE NOT ABLE TO FINALIZE OUR SURVEY RESULTS TODAY. THE FINAL SURVEY FINDINGS WILL BE AVAILABLE MONDAY MORNING.

PICTURES AND ADDITIONAL DETAILS CAN BE FOUND AT...

WWW.WEATHER.GOV/NASHVILLE

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SUMMARY (TIMES BASED ON RADAR)...

STRENGTH...AT LEAST EF3
PATH LENGTH...23.25 MILES
WIDTH...MAXIMUM ALMOST 1/2 MILE
TOUCHDOWN TIME...1219 PM
TORNADO END TIME...1255 PM
BEGIN LAT/LON...35.7597 -86.8480
END LAT/LON...35.9145 -86.2789

TOM JOHNSTONE
WARNING COORDINATION METEOROLOGIST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NASHVILLE

MICHAEL DAVIS
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY OFFICER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NASHVILLE

...ADDITIONAL RESULTS OF MURFREESBORO TORNADO SURVEY...
...SURVEY WILL BE COMPLETED SUNDAY...

A NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DAMAGE ASSESSMENT TEAM COMPLETED AN AERIAL SURVEY OF DAMAGE TODAY FROM THE FRIDAY, APRIL 10 TORNADO IN RUTHERFORD COUNTY. THE TORNADO INITIALLY TOUCHED DOWN NEAR THE END OF BRET HAYNES ROAD OR APPROXIMATELY 7 MILES WEST-SOUTHWEST OF MURFREESBORO. THE LAST EVIDENCE OF TORNADO DAMAGE WAS NEAR LOFTON ROAD JUST SOUTH OF LANCASSAS PIKE...OR 8 MILES NORTHEAST OF MURFREESBORO. THE MAXIMUM DAMAGE PATH WIDTH OF NEARLY 1/2 MILE WAS NOTED JUST EAST OF I-24.

THE TORNADO TRACKED DUE NORTHEAST FOR THE FIRST 9 MILES THEN BEGAN A STEADY TURN TO THE RIGHT. BY THE TIME THE TORNADO LIFTED IT WAS MOVING TO THE EAST-SOUTHEAST. ADDITIONALLY...VIDEOS OF THE TORNADO INDICATED A MULTIPLE VORTEX APPEARANCE TO THE TORNADO AND THE AERIAL SURVEY WAS ABLE TO DETECT FOCUSED AREAS OF DAMAGE WITHIN THE LARGER PATH.

THE AERIAL SURVEY REVEALED 12 TO 15 HOMES WHICH WERE COMPLETED DESTROYED AND DOZENS OTHERS WHICH SUFFERED SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE. A 2-STORY OFFICE BUILDING HAD THE COMPLETE UPPER FLOOR REMOVED. NUMEROUS LARGE VEHICLES WERE PICKED UP AND TOSSED...INCLUDING SEVERAL SEMI TRAILERS WHICH WOUND UP PILED TOGETHER NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF THOMPSON LANE AND BROAD STREET.

A GROUND SURVEY WAS THEN BEGUN TO DETERMINE TORNADO INTENSITY. DAMAGE ALONG THE TORNADO PATH WAS PRIMARILY EF2 WITH SIGNIFICANT ROOF DAMAGE AND SOME WALL COLLAPSE ON HOMES. THERE WERE POCKETS OF EF3 DAMAGE WHERE WELL BUILT HOMES SUFFERED SIGNIFICANT EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR WALL FAILURE.

THERE WERE 3 AREAS SURVEYED TODAY WHICH HAD THE MOST SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE. THE FIRST AREA WAS ALONG BUSHNELL DRIVE JUST NORTH OF COMPTON ROAD. A WELL BUILT 2-STORY BRICK HOME WAS ALMOST COMPLETELY DESTROYED WITH JUST PART OF A KITCHEN WALL REMAINING STANDING. THE 2ND AREA WAS NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF HAYNES DRIVE AND SULPHUR SPRINGS ROAD. THREE HOMES ON CORNWALL COURT WERE COMPLETELY DESTROYED AND THROWN CLEAR OF THEIR SLAB FOUNDATIONS...HOWEVER IT DID NOT APPEAR ANY OF THE HOMES WAS PROPERLY ANCHORED.

THE THIRD AREA OF ENHANCED DAMAGE WAS ALONG BATTLEGROUND DRIVE BETWEEN D'ANN DRIVE AND TOMAHAWK TRACE. THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ASSESSMENT TEAM WAS JOINED BY A MURFREESBORO CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER WHO ASSISTED WITH ASSESSING CONSTRUCTION QUALITY AT THIS LOCATION. THREE HOMES WERE COMPLETELY BLOWN CLEAR OF THEIR FOUNDATIONS AND DESTROYED. ONE HOME WAS NOT PROPERLY ANCHORED/FASTENED TO THE FOUNDATION...HOWEVER THE OTHER 2 WERE VERY WELL CONSTRUCTED. SEVERAL TREES WERE ALSO DEBARKED AT THIS LOCATION. THIS DAMAGE MAY EXCEED EF-3 INTENSITY ONCE THE SURVEY IS COMPLETE.

THE SURVEY WAS SUSPENDED AS THE REST OF THE DAMAGE PATH WAS INACCESSIBLE ON THE GROUND. THE SURVEY WILL BE COMPLETED ON SUNDAY AND A FINAL REPORT AND DAMAGE RATING RELEASED.

PICTURES AND ADDITIONAL DETAILS CAN BE FOUND AT...

WWW.WEATHER.GOV/NASHVILLE

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SUMMARY (TIMES BASED ON RADAR)...

STRENGTH...AT LEAST EF3
PATH LENGTH...15 MILES
WIDTH...MAXIMUM ALMOST 1/2 MILE
TOUCHDOWN TIME...1233 PM
TORNADO END TIME...1255 PM
BEGIN LAT/LON...35.8167 -86.5277
END LAT/LON...35.9145 -86.2789

TOM JOHNSTONE/MICHAEL DAVIS

...PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF MURFREESBORO TORNADO SURVEY...

A NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ASSESSMENT TEAM IS SURVEYING DAMAGE IN RUTHERFORD COUNTY TODAY. THE PRELIMINARY RESULTS FROM AN AERIAL SURVEY INDICATE THE TORNADO THAT IMPACTED MURFREESBORO HAD A PATH LENGTH OF 15 MILES...BEGINNING APPROXIMATELY 7 MILES SOUTHWEST AND ENDING 8 MILES NORTHEAST OF MURFREESBORO. THE MAXIMUM PATH WIDTH OF THE TORNADO WAS A HALF MILE. THE PRELIMINARY STRENGTH OF THE TORNADO IS BEING RATED AS EF3...WITH WINDS OF 136 MPH TO 165 MPH. ADDITIONAL SURVEYING ON THE GROUND WILL BE DONE THIS AFTERNOON AND FINAL RESULTS WILL BE MADE AS THEY BECOME AVAILABLE.

ADDITIONAL DATA ABOUT THIS STORM IS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEBSITE...

WEATHER.GOV/NASHVILLE

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JAMES LAROSA - HYDROLOGIST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NASHVILLE

Murfreesboro Aerial and On The Ground Survey Assessment Images

Sumner County Tornado

Location / Time of event: Sumner County, 04/10/09
Beginning Point: 2000 Feet from the Intersection of Hwy 25 and 76
Ending Point: North of the Creekmore Rd and Halltown Rd Intersection
Rating: EF1 - Maximum estimated wind speed around 100 MPH
Path Length: 0.6 Miles
Maximum Width: 50yds
Fatalities: 0
Injuries: 0
KML Data File: Good Friday Tornado Outbreak 04/10/09

Summary of Damages:

...EF1 TORNADO TOUCHDOWN CONFIRMED IN SUMNER COUNTY...

A NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ASSESSMENT TEAM SURVEYED DAMAGE IN NORTHWEST SUMNER COUNTY NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF HIGHWAYS 25 AND 76 THIS AFTERNOON. IT WAS DETERMINED THE DAMAGE WAS CAUSED BY A TORNADO.

THREE FRAME HOMES AND A MOBILE HOME SUFFERED SIGNIFICANT ROOF DAMAGE ALONG CREEKMORE ROAD. NUMEROUS TREES WERE SNAPPED OR UPROOTED. THE PATH LENGTH OF THE TORNADO WAS 0.6 MILE WITH A MAXIMUM PATH WIDTH OF 50 YARDS. THE DAMAGE WAS RATED EF-1 IN INTENSITY...WITH MAXIMUM WIND SPEEDS AROUND 100 MPH.

Benton County Tornado

Location / Time of event: Benton County, 04/10/09
Beginning Point: Six (6) Miles NE of Camden
Ending Point: Ten and one half (10.5) Miles NE of Camden
Rating: EF1 - Maximum estimated wind speed around 100 MPH
Path Length: 4 Miles
Maximum Width: 75 yds
Fatalities: 0
Injuries: 0
KML Data File: Good Friday Tornado Outbreak 04/10/09

Summary of Damages:

...NWS CONFIRMS EF-1 TORNADO DAMAGE IN BENTON COUNTY FROM APRIL 10 STORM...

NWS NASHVILLE PERSONNEL SURVEYED TORNADO DAMAGE IN THE NORTHEAST PART OF BENTON COUNTY ON SATURDAY. THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ABOUT 6 MILES NORTHEAST OF CAMDEN AT ABOUT 1040 A.M. CDT. IT TRAVELED NORTHEAST AND ENDED AT THE TENNESSEE RIVER 10 AND ONE HALF MILES NORTHEAST OF CAMDEN AT ABOUT 1047 A.M. THE TORNADO DAMAGED A PATH THAT WAS 4 AND ONE HALF MILES LONG AND APPROXIMATELY 75 YARDS WIDE.

MUCH OF THE DAMAGE WAS ALONG AND NEAR GRAPEVINE AND HARMON DOCK ROADS. MANY HUNDREDS OF LARGE HARDWOOD TREES AND PINE TREES WERE SNAPPED OR UPROOTED ALONG THE DAMAGE PATH. TEN HOMES SUFFERED ROOF DAMAGE AND SEVERAL OUTBUILDINGS WERE DESTROYED. BASED ON THIS DAMAGE...WINDS WERE ESTIMATED AT 100 MPH WHICH CORRESPONDS TO EF-1 ON THE ENHANCED FUJITA SCALE.

NWS NASHVILLE THANKS BENTON COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY DIRECTOR JOHN SMOOT...THE BENTON COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE...AND THE BENTON COUNTY ELECTRIC SERVICE FOR THEIR ASSISTANCE DURING THIS SURVEY.

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VANNOZZI

Benton County Ground Survey Assessment Images

Second Rutherford County Tornado

Location / Time of event: Rutherford County, 04/10/09
Beginning Point: Pending
Ending Point: Pending
Rating: EF1 - Maximum estimated wind speed around 100 MPH
Path Length: Pending
Maximum Width: Pending
Fatalities: 0
Injuries: 0
KML Data File: Good Friday Tornado Outbreak 04/10/09

Summary of Damages:

...PRELIMINARY RESULTS FROM A SECOND TORNADO IN RUTHERFORD COUNTY...

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PERSONNEL SURVEYED TORNADO DAMAGE IN SOUTHERN RUTHERFORD COUNTY THIS MORNING AND CONFIRMED ANOTHER TORNADO OCCURRED DURING LAST FRIDAY'S STORM EVENT. THE DAMAGE WAS LIMITED TO AN AREA ALONG BRADYVILLE PIKE...JUST SOUTH OF MANUS ROAD. IN THIS AREA...4 HOMES WERE DAMAGED ALONG WITH A BARN...AND SEVERAL TREES WERE SNAPPED OR UPROOTED. BASED ON THIS DAMAGE...THE SURVEY ASSESSMENT TEAM ESTIMATED THE WINDS TO BE NEAR 100 MPH WHICH CORRESPONDS TO EF-1 RATING ON THE ENHANCED FUJITA SCALE. INFORMATION ON THE PATH LENGTH AND WIDTH OF THE TORNADO ARE PENDING AND WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE THIS AFTERNOON.

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LAROSA

Second Rutherford County Ground Survey Assessment Images

Humphreys/Houston County Tornadoes

Location / Time of event: Humphreys/Houston Counties, 04/10/09
Tornado Number 1:
Beginning Point: 9 Miles NW Waverly
Ending Point: 9 Miles NW Waverly
Rating: EF0 - Maximum estimated wind speed around 70 MPH
Path Length: 1 Mile
Maximum Width: 25 yds
Fatalities: 0
Injuries:0

Tornado Number 2:
Beginning Point: 8 Miles NNW of Waverly - Humphreys County
Ending Point: 6 Miles SE of Erin - Houston County
Rating: EF1 - Maximum estimated wind speed around 100 MPH
Path Length: 12 Miles
Maximum Width: 300-400 yds
Fatalities: 0
Injuries: 0
KML Data File: Good Friday Tornado Outbreak 04/10/09

Summary of Damages:

...SURVEY RESULTS FROM HUMPHREYS AND HOUSTON COUNTIES...

A NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SURVEY TEAM FOUND TWO TORNADOES TOUCHED DOWN IN HUMPHREYS AND HOUSTON COUNTIES. THE FIRST WAS A BRIEF EF-0 TORNADO WITH WINDS OF 70 MPH IN THE HIGHLANDS ON KENTUCKY LAKE SUBDIVISION. THIS TORNADO SNAPPED A FEW TREES...AND HAD A LENGTH OF 1 MILE AND A WIDTH OF 25 YARDS. THE SECOND TORNADO WAS RATED AT EF-1 WITH WINDS OF 90 TO 100 MPH AND STRUCK BOTH HUMPHREYS AND HOUSTON COUNTIES. THIS TORNADO CAUSED EXTENSIVE TREE DAMAGE ALONG GANDER BRANCH ROAD...AND DESTROYED A BARN AND DAMAGED A NEARBY HOUSE ON TENNESSEE RIDGE ROAD NEAR CONCORD IN HUMPHREYS COUNTY. THE TORNADO ALSO DAMAGED A BARN AND DOWNED TREES NEAR WOOLWORTH ON ROUTE 13...THEN LIFTED NORTHEAST OF SILVERTOP IN HOUSTON COUNTY. THE TORNADO HAD A LENGTH OF 12 MILES AND A MAX WIDTH OF 300 TO 400 YARDS.

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DAVIS/LAROSA

Houston and Humphreys County Ground Survey Assessment Images

Putnam/Cumberland County Tornado

Location / Time of event: Putnam and Cumberland Counties, 04/10/09
Beginning Point: Near the intersection of Hwy 84 and Long Hollow Road - Putnam County
Ending Point: One Quarter mile north of Dipping Springs Road - Cumberland County
Rating: EF1 - Maximum estimated wind speed around 100 MPH
Path Length: 6 Miles
Maximum Width: 100 yds
Fatalities: 0
Injuries: 0
KML Data File: Good Friday Tornado Outbreak 04/10/09

Summary of Damages:

...NWS CONFIRMS EF-1 TORNADO DAMAGE IN PUTNAM AND CUMBERLAND COUNTIES FROM THE GOOD FRIDAY TORNADO OUTBREAK APRIL 10...

NWS NASHVILLE PERSONNEL SURVEYED TORNADO DAMAGE IN PUTNAM AND CUMBERLAND COUNTIES ON MONDAY. THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF HWY 84 AND LONG HOLLOW ROAD IN PUTNAM COUNTY. IT THEN TRAVELED NORTHEAST AND ENDED ONE QUARTER MILE NORTH OF DIPPING SPRINGS ROAD AND I-40 IN CUMBERLAND COUNTY. THE TORNADO DAMAGED A PATH THAT WAS SIX MILES LONG AND APPROXIMATELY 100 YARDS WIDE.

THE START OF DAMAGE WAS FOUND AT BETHEL CHURCH OFF OF HWY 84. NORTHEAST FROM THE CHURCH CONSIDERABLE TREES WERE TWISTED OR SNAPPED OR UPROOTED ALONG THE DAMAGE PATH ALONG CLIFF PARK ROAD...NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF ICY COVE TRAIL AND ARROW TRAIL AND EAST COVE ROAD. BASED ON THE DAMAGE FOUND...WINDS WERE ESTIMATED AT 100 MPH WHICH CORRESPONDS TO EF-1 ON THE ENHANCED FUJITA SCALE.

NWS NASHVILLE THANKS PUTNAM COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY AND DIRECTOR TYLER SMITH FOR THEIR ASSISTANCE DURING THIS SURVEY.

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MICHAEL DAVIS
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY OFFICER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NASHVILLE

Cannon County Tornado

Location / Time of event: Cannon County, 04/10/09
Beginning Point: Ond half mile north of intersection of Murfreesboro Rd and Locke Creek Road
Ending Point: One half mile NE of Locke Creek Road
Rating: EF0 - Maximum estimated wind speed around 70 MPH
Path Length: 3/4 Miles
Maximum Width: 50 yds
Fatalities: 0
Injuries: 0
KML Data File: Good Friday Tornado Outbreak 04/10/09

Summary of Damages:

...NWS CONFIRMS EF-0 TORNADO DAMAGE IN CANNON COUNTY FROM THE GOOD FRIDAY TORNADO OUTBREAK APRIL 10...

NWS NASHVILLE PERSONNEL SURVEYED TORNADO DAMAGE IN CANNON COUNTY ON TUESDAY. THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ONE HALF MILE NORTH OF THE INTERSECTION OF MURFREESBORO ROAD AND LOCKE CREEK ROAD. THE TORNADO THEN TRAVELED NORTHEAST AND ENDED ONE HALF MILE. THE TORNADO DAMAGED A PATH THAT WAS THREE QUARTER MILE LONG AND APPROXIMATELY 50 YARDS WIDE.

THE START OF DAMAGE WAS FOUND AT THE TOP OF THE RIDGE OFF OF LOCKE CREEK ROAD. THERE WAS NO NOTICED DAMAGE TO THE TWO HOMES IN THE DAMAGE PATH BUT NUMEROUS TREES WERE UPROOTED AND TWISTED. ONE POWER POLE WAS SNAPPED. BASED ON THE DAMAGE FOUND...WINDS WERE ESTIMATED AT 70 MPH WHICH CORRESPONDS TO EF-0 ON THE ENHANCED FUJITA SCALE.

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MICHAEL DAVIS
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY OFFICER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NASHVILLE

Cannon County Ground Survey Assessment Images


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