| 5 miles W of Waskom, Harrison County, TX
||4 miles W of Waskom, Harrison County, TX
||This tornado began 5 miles west of Waskom and just south of I-20.
The tornado caused damage to several metal buildings at Five Star Builders.
The tornado then tracked east uprooting and snapping trees along its path before lifting near CR-1105
| 1 mile SSE of Waskom, Harrison County, TX
||1 mile SSE of Waskom, Harrison County, TX
||This tornado touched down just south of I-20 on the southern end of Waskom just west of Magnolia Road.
The tornado caused minor damage to metal buildings and equipment at Red Diamond Oilfield Services. The tornado then tracked SSE uprooting and snapping trees along its path and causing damage to a few residential homes.
The tornado lifted about 0.5 miles south of I-20 and 0.25 miles east of Magnolia Road.
| 1 mile ENE of Greenwood, Caddo Parish, LA
||6 miles ESE of Greenwood, Caddo Parish, LA
||5 miles/ 1400 yards
||This tornado touched down just north of I-20 in Greenwood near the Old Kelly Truck Stop. It crossed I-20 near the Highway 80 intersection on the east side of Greenwood.
The tornado uprooted and snapped trees as it moved southeast toward the old General Motors Plant. Several residential and mobile home communities had structural damage from fallen trees in the path. One injury occurred at the Blue Ridge Mobile Home Community near Buncome Road and Bert Kouns Industrial Loop.
The tornado lifted about 0.4 miles southeast of the intersection of Bert Kouns and Buncombe Road.
|2.5 miles N of Stonewall, Caddo Parish, LA
||1 mile NNE of Stonewall, De Soto Parish, LA
||This tornado touched down N of Stonewall in Caddo Parish on Keithville-Kingston Road. The tornado continued east in De Soto Parish and lifted near Russel Road just west of Linwood Ave.
| Southern Caddo & Northern De Soto Parishes, LA
A supercell thunderstorm produced a downburst that caused significant straight-line wind damage in southern Caddo and northern De Soto Parishes. NWS Radar estimated that some of these winds could have reached 105 mph.
The damage path started near Barron Road in southern Caddo Parish and ended near Lake Road just east of I-49 in De Soto Parish.
Other sporadic wind damage was observed in south Shreveport and other parishes across NW Louisiana. However, this area was the most significant.