Montgomery/Dickson County Storm Damage
November 15, 2005

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DETERMINED -

DICKSON COUNTY: A SHORT TRACK AND NARROW WIDTH F2 TORNADO TRACKED APPROXIMATELY ONE MILE SOUTH OF SYLVIA. NUMBEROUS TREES WERE SNAPPED AND UPROOTED. A HOUSE ROOF WAS DESTROYED. NO INJURIES.

MONTGOMERY COUNTY: THREE TORNADOES OCCURRED. THE STRONGEST WAS AN F2 TWO MILES SOUTHEAST OF CLARKSVILLE. THERE WAS SOME STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO HOMES WITH NUMEROUS TREES SNAPPED. TWO F1 TORNADOES OCCURRED ALONG HIGHWAY 13.

Photographs by Ralph Troutman.


Roof off large home just southeast of Clarksville.


Large pine trees snapped 10-15 feet high just southeast of Clarksville. Note the three tree trunks that landed on this home.


Mobile/modular home with roof gone and corner wall failure. Location is on south side of Highway 13 in extreme southwest Montgomery County.


Significant structural damage to home one mile south of Sylvia in west central Dickson County. Insulation and dirt was caked on all four sides of the structure. Elderly male was in kitchen when the tornado struck but he was extremely fortunate to escape unharmed.


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