Tornado damage surveys, radar images, and maps for the Sept. 22-23 event.

A long-track supercell spawned an F-4 tornado across Perry County, Missouri into Jackson County, Illinois on Sept. 22, 2006. The tornado was a low-end F-4 with peak winds of 210 MPH in Perry County.  The tornado damage in the Jackson County portion of the path was rated F-2.

  • Until Sept. 22, 2006, the strongest September tornadoes on record in the 58 counties assigned to the Paducah office were F-2 intensity. The Massac County, IL F-3 tornado and the Perry County, MO F-4 tornado on Sept. 22 were the strongest on record for the month of September, including unofficial records going back to 1880.
  • Complete damage assessments are available in the Sept., 2006 Storm Data report (pdf format). Sixteen homes in Perry County were destroyed, and 17 suffered major damage. Photos, radar images, and preliminary damage summaries are listed below.

Click on map below for larger version of preliminary tornado path map.

 Tornado path map for Sept. 22-23, 2006

  Quick links:

 

Issued 438 PM CDT MON SEP 25 2006

...DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FOR PERRY COUNTY MISSOURI AND JACKSON
COUNTY ILLINIOS
...

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PRELIMINARY DAMAGE ASSESSMENT FOR DAMAGE THAT OCCURRED OVER PERRY COUNTY MISSOURI AND JACKSON COUNTY ILLINOIS ON SEPTEMBER 22 2006.

* EVENT DATE: FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22 2006

* EVENT TIME: APPROXIMATELY 407 PM - 430 PM

* EVENT TYPE: F4 TORNADO

* EVENT LOCATION: APPROXIMATELY 3 MILES SOUTHEAST OF PERRYVILLE MISSOURI TO 2 MILES NORTH OF MURPHYSBORO ILLINOIS.

* PEAK WIND: 210 MPH

* AVERAGE PATH WIDTH: APPROXIMATELY 150 YARDS

* PATH LENGTH: APPROXIMATELY 27.5 MILES OF CONTINUOUS PATH (8 MILES IN PERRY COUNTY AND 19.5 MILES IN JACKSON COUNTY).

* INJURIES: 5 INJURIES REQUIRING MEDICAL ATTENTION...INCLUDING
  ONE BROKEN ARM. MULTIPLE MINOR INJURIES.

* FATALITIES: NONE

* DISCUSSION/DAMAGE: THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ABOUT 3 MILES SOUTHEAST OF PERRYVILLE MISSOURI AND LIFTED APPROXIMATELY 2 MILES NORTH OF MURPHYSBORO ILLINOIS. PEAK WIND SPEED WAS REACHED IN THE COMMUNITY OF CROSSTOWN MISSOURI. DAMAGE REPORTS INCLUDE 4  WELL CONSTRUCTED HOMES THAT WERE LEVELED TO THE FOUNDATION. OVER 100 OTHER HOMES RECEIVED SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE. SEVERAL VEHICLES TOSSED. OVER 100 UTILITY POLES BROKEN OFF. HUNDREDS OF TREES BROKEN OFF OR UPROOTED. DAMAGE COSTS UNKNOWN AT THIS TIME.

Tornado Path Map for Jackson County, IL (courtesy of Jackson County 911 Office)

Photo below taken near Crosstown, MO, where the F-4 damage was located.

Photo of destroyed house and overturned car taken near Crosstown, MO

Photo of mobile home, taken near Crosstown, MO
Above: photo of destroyed mobile home near Crosstown, MO 

Photo of destroyed house on County Road 350

Above: Photo of destroyed house on County Road 350

Photo of destroyed mobile home and vehicles

Above: Photo of destroyed mobile home and vehicles

House swept clean off foundation

Above: House was swept clean off foundation. Some houses that were securely bolted were swept away.

 


 RADAR IMAGES: Below is a doppler radar image of storm-relative wind at 4:22 P.M. CDT. The strong rotation is indicated about where F-4 damage occurred just east of Perryville. Click on image for large version.

Rotation shown by doppler radar near where F-4 damage occurred

Below is a doppler radar image of the hook echo at 4:22 P.M. CDT, the same time as the image above. Click on image for large version. 

Hook echo on radar as the tornado approached the Mississippi River

Below is a doppler radar image of the hook echo at 4:27 P.M. CDT, shortly after the tornado crossed the Mississippi River into Jackson County, Illinois. Click on image for large version. 

Doppler radar image of the hook echo in Jackson County, IL 

Below is a doppler radar image of the storm-relative wind as the tornado passed west-northwest of Murphysboro, IL.   Image time is 4:43 P.M. CDT. 

Radar image of storm-relative wind as the tornado passed west-northwest of Murphysboro.


WEBSTER / CRITTENDEN COUNTY DAMAGE ASSESSMENT

 Issued 426 PM CDT MON SEP 25 2006

...DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FOR CRITTENDEN AND WEBSTER COUNTIES...

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PRELIMINARY DAMAGE ASSESSMENT FOR CRITTENDEN AND WEBSTER COUNTIES IN KENTUCKY.

* EVENT DATE: FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22 2006

* EVENT TYPE: F1 TORNADO

* EVENT TIME: APPROXIMATELY 4:35-5:25 PM CDT

* EVENT LOCATION: FROM 5 MILES WEST SOUTHWEST OF SHERIDAN NEAR HIGHWAY 838 TO 5 MILES EAST OF DIXON NEAR HIGHWAY 138.

* PEAK WIND: 110 MPH

* AVERAGE PATH WIDTH: 150 YARDS

* PATH LENGTH: 40 MILES (A SINGLE TORNADIC SUPERCELL CUT A 40 MILE LONG BY 150 YARD WIDE BROKEN PATH WITH MULTIPLE TOUCHDOWNS)

* INJURIES: NONE

* FATALITIES: NONE

* DISCUSSION/DAMAGE: THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NUMEROUS TIMES ALONG ITS LENGHTY PATH. THERE WERE NUMEROUS TREES TOPPED OUT OR UPROOTED. DAMAGE TO STRUCTURES WAS MAINLY LIMITED TO ROOFS AND OUTBUILDINGS. ONE MOBILE HOME WAS DESTROYED BUT WAS NOT TIED DOWN.

 


   

 MASSAC COUNTY DAMAGE ASSESSMENT

 ISSUED 331 PM CDT SAT SEP 23 2006

...PRELIMINARY DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FOR MASSAC COUNTY ILLINOIS...

THE FOLLOWING IS A PRELIMINARY DAMAGE ASSESSMENT FOR THE DAMAGE THAT
OCCURRED OVER MASSAC COUNTY ILLINOIS ON SEPTEMBER 22 2006.

* EVENT DATE: FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22

* EVENT TIME: APPROXIMATELY 3:30 PM - 3:35 PM.

* EVENT TYPE: CONVERGENT WIND DAMAGE / F3 TORNADO

* EVENT BEGINNING LOCATION: 2.75 MILES WEST NORTHWEST OF THE
                            METROPOLIS AIRPORT.

* EVENT ENDING LOCATION: 3.75 MILES NORTH NORTHWEST OF THE
                         METROPOLIS AIRPORT.

* PEAK WIND: 160 MPH

* DAMAGE DIMENSIONS: APPROX. 100 YARDS WIDE BY 3.5 MILES LONG

* INJURIES: TWO PEOPLE HOSPITALIZED. MULTIPLE MINOR INJURIES.

* FATALITIES: NONE

* DISCUSSION/DAMAGE: 6 VEHICLES TOSSED UP TO 100 YARDS...ONE IN A
  POND. ROOF AND WALLS BLOWN OUT OF WELL BUILT LOG HOME. HUNDREDS OF
  TREES UPROOTED OR BROKEN OFF. NUMEROUS TREES ON CARS. NUMEROUS
  POWER POLES DOWN. 4 MOBILE HOMES DESTROYED.

Doppler radar image of the storm-relative wind, depicting the tornado just east of Joppa in Massac County at 3:23 P.M. CDT.

Doppler radar image of the storm-relative wind showing the tornado just east of Joppa, IL.


        

     

  JACKSON COUNTY DAMAGE ASSESSMENT for Jackson County segment of Perry/Jackson Co. Tornado

Tornado Path Map for Jackson County, IL (courtesy of Jackson County 911 Office)

ISSUED 935 PM CDT SAT SEP 23 2006

...PRELIMINARY DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FOR JACKSON COUNTY ILLINOIS...

THE FOLLOWING IS A PRELIMINARY DAMAGE ASSESSMENT FOR THE DAMAGE THAT
OCCURRED OVER JACKSON COUNTY ILLINOIS ON SEPTEMBER 22 2006.

* EVENT DATE: FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22

* EVENT TIME: APPROXIMATELY 4:10 PM - 4:45 PM.

* EVENT TYPE: CONVERGENT WIND DAMAGE / F2 TORNADO

* EVENT BEGINNING LOCATION: LITTLE LEVEE ROAD 20 MILES WEST OF
  MURPHYSBORO.

* EVENT ENDING LOCATION: 3 MILES NORTH OF MURPHYSBORO

* PEAK WIND: 150 MPH

* DAMAGE DIMENSIONS: APPROX. 125 TO A MAX OF 225 YARDS WIDE BY
  19.5  MILES LONG

* INJURIES: ONE NEEDED MEDICAL ATTENTION. MULTIPLE MINOR INJURIES.

* FATALITIES: NONE

* DISCUSSION/DAMAGE: ONE TRACTOR TRAILER TURNED ON ITS SIDE. 11
HOMES DESTROYED OF SEVERELY DAMAGED. DOZENS OF BUILDING DESTROYED.
SCORES OF UTILITY POLES SNAPPED OFF. HUNDREDS OF TREES UPROOTED OR
BROKEN OFF. SEVERAL EYE WITNESSES AND VIDEO.


 

      

  DAVIESS COUNTY DAMAGE ASSESSMENT

 ISSUED 352 PM CDT SAT SEP 23 2006

...PRELIMINARY DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FOR DAVIESS COUNTY KENTUCKY...

THE FOLLOWING IS A PRELIMINARY DAMAGE ASSESSMENT FOR THE DAMAGE THAT
OCCURRED OVER DAVIESS COUNTY KENTUCKY ON SEPTEMBER 22 2006.

* EVENT DATE: FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22

* EVENT TIME: APPROXIMATELY 7:48 PM - 7:58 PM.

* EVENT TYPE: CONVERGENT WIND DAMAGE / F1 TORNADO

* EVENT BEGINNING LOCATION: NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF HAYNES STATION
                            ROAD AND SAWMILL ROAD.

* EVENT ENDING LOCATION: NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF HERBERT ROAD AND
                         SAWMILL ROAD.

* PEAK WIND: 80 MPH

* DAMAGE DIMENSIONS: APPROXIMATELY 75 YARDS WIDE BY 4 MILES LONG. THE
                     TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN AND LIFTED SEVERAL TIMES
                     ALONG THE INDICATED PATH.

* INJURIES: NONE

* FATALITIES: NONE

* DISCUSSION/DAMAGE: SEVERAL SMALL OUTBUILDINGS DESTROYED. SEVERAL
                     TELEPHONE POLES SNAPPED OFF. ROOF DAMAGE TO
                     SEVERAL HOMES. EXTENSIVE ROOF DAMAGE TO ONE
                     MOBILE HOME AND ONE MODULAR HOME.


        

     

 LIVINGSTON COUNTY DAMAGE ASSESSMENT

ISSUED 945 PM CDT SUN SEP 24 2006

...PRELIMINARY DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FOR LIVINGSTON COUNTY KENTUCKY...

THE FOLLOWING IS A PRELIMINARY DAMAGE ASSESSMENT FOR THE DAMAGE THAT
OCCURRED OVER LIVINGSTON COUNTY KENTUCKY ON SEPTEMBER 22 2006.

* EVENT DATE: FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22

* EVENT TIME: APPROXIMATELY 4:08 PM - 4:17 PM.

* EVENT TYPE: CONVERGENT WIND DAMAGE / UPPER END F1 TORNADO

* EVENT BEGINNING LOCATION: AT THE OHIO RIVER AT BAYOU KENTUCKY

* EVENT ENDING LOCATION: 1.25 MILES NORTH-NORTHEAST OF HAMPTON
KENTUCKY

* PEAK WIND: 110 MPH

* DAMAGE DIMENSIONS: AVG. WIDTH APPROX. 300 YARDS WITH THE MAX WIDTH
OF 500 YARDS WIDE BY 7 MILES LONG

* INJURIES: NONE

* FATALITIES: NONE

* DISCUSSION/DAMAGE: ONE MOBILE HOME DESTROYED.  TWO HOMES WITH
MODERATE ROOF DAMAGE AS PART OF THEIR ROOFS WERE TORN OFF.  18 HOMES
WITH MINOR DAMAGE THAT CONSISTED OF EITHER ROOF DAMAGE OR SIDING
TORN OF THE HOME.  20 BARNS EITHER HEAVILY DAMAGED OR DESTROYED. 6
SILOS WERE DESTROYED WITH 2 OF THE SILOS BEING OF REBAR REINFORCED
CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION.


        

      

MCCRACKEN COUNTY WIND DAMAGE

 Issued 918 PM CDT SAT SEP 23 2006

...PRELIMINARY DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FOR MCCRACKEN COUNTY KENTUCKY...

THE FOLLOWING IS A PRELIMINARY DAMAGE ASSESSMENT FOR THE DAMAGE THAT OCCURRED OVER MCCRACKEN COUNTY KENTUCKY ON SEPTEMBER 23 2006.

* EVENT DATE: SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 23

* EVENT TIME: APPROXIMATELY 10:40 AM - 10:45 AM

* EVENT TYPE: DOWNBURST WIND DAMAGE

* EVENT LOCATION: WEST END OF PADUCAH ALONG HIGHWAY 62 FROM OLIVET CHURCH ROAD TO LONE OAK ROAD (HANNAN PLAZA AREA)

* PEAK WIND: 65 TO 75 MPH

* INJURIES: NONE

* FATALITIES: NONE

* DISCUSSION/DAMAGE: A BOWING LINE SEGMENT BROUGHT 45 TO 55 MPH WINDS TO A LARGE PART OF PADUCAH AND MCCRACKEN COUNTY LATE THIS MORNING. NEAR THE APEX OF THE BOW...A DOWNBURST OF STRONGER WINDS...ESTIMATED 65 TO 75 MPH...PRODUCED CONCENTRATED DAMAGE IN SECTIONS ALONG US HIGHWAY 62. DAMAGE WAS MOST PRONOUNCED FROM JUST EAST OF INTERSTATE 24 TO LONE OAK ROAD ALONG HIGHWAY 62...ALONG HEW HOLT ROAD NEAR THE PADUCAH COUNTRY CLUB...AND ALONG OLIVET CHURCH ROAD JUST NORTH OF HIGHWAY 62. SEVERAL TREES WERE UPROOTED AND NUMEROUS BRANCHES AND LIMBS WERE DOWNED. MOST OF THE UPROOTED TREES HAD SHALLOW ROOT SYSTEMS AND WERE PROBABLY MORE PRONE TO FALLING DUE TO THE VERY MOIST SOIL CONDITIONS. A FEW HOMES SUSTAINED MINOR DAMAGE...MAINLY TO PEELED SHINGLES OR DUE TO FALLEN TREES OR LIMBS.

Photos of damaged barns in western McCracken County south of Barkley Regional Airport

Photo of damaged barn in western McCracken County on Sept. 23

Damaged barn in western McCracken County

  


  

BUTLER COUNTY, MO F-1 TORNADO

Issued 519 PM CDT TUE SEP 26 2006

...DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FOR SOUTHERN BUTLER COUNTY MISSOURI...

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PRELIMINARY DAMAGE ASSESSMENT FOR BUTLER
COUNTY MISSOURI.

* EVENT DATE: FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22 2006

* EVENT TYPE: F1 TORNADO

* EVENT TIME: APPROXIMATELY 7:57 PM CDT

* EVENT LOCATION: 6 MILES EAST OF NEELYVILLE NEAR THE INTERSECTION
  OF COUNTY ROAD 257 AND HIGHWAY HH.

* PEAK WIND: 80 MPH

* AVERAGE PATH WIDTH: 50 YARDS

* PATH LENGTH: 1/4 MILE

* INJURIES: NONE

* FATALITIES: NONE

* DISCUSSION/DAMAGE: TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN A COUPLE OF TIMES. A
  LARGE TREE WAS BLOWN DOWN. ONE HOME HAD ROOF DAMAGE AND SIDING
  BLOWN OFF ONE SIDE. SEVERAL SMALL BRANCHES WERE IMPALED INTO THE
  GROUND AND ALSO INTO THE SIDE OF THE HOUSE WHERE THE SIDING HAD
  BEEN BLOWN OFF.

 

 SOUTHWEST PERRY COUNTY, MO F-2 TORNADO

Issued 729 PM CDT TUE SEP 26 2006

...DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FOR SOUTHWEST PERRY COUNTY MISSOURI...

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PRELIMINARY DAMAGE ASSESSMENT FOR SOUTHWEST PERRY COUNTY MISSOURI. THIS IS A SEPARATE TORNADO THAT PRECEDED THE MORE SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE IN OTHER PORTIONS OF THE COUNTY.

* EVENT DATE: FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22 2006

* EVENT TYPE: F2 TORNADO

* EVENT TIME: 3:49 PM TO 3:56 PM CDT

* EVENT LOCATION: FROM THE COUNTY LINE IN SOUTHWEST PERRY COUNTY WHERE IT MEETS WITH BOTH MADISON AND ST. FRANCOIS COUNTIES...TO 3 MILES SOUTHWEST OF SILVER LAKE AT HIGHWAY T.

* PEAK WIND: 120 MPH

* AVERAGE PATH WIDTH: 200 YARDS...WITH A MAXIMUM OF 400 YARDS

* PATH LENGTH: 6 MILES

* INJURIES: NONE

* FATALITIES: NONE

* DISCUSSION/DAMAGE: HUNDREDS OF ACRES OF TREES WERE FLATTENED. SEVERAL BARNS DESTROYED AND MANY OTHERS WITH SEVERE DAMAGE. SEVERAL HOMES WITH DAMAGE RANGING FROM SHINGLES TO DECKING RIPPED OFF. SEVERAL RECREATIONAL VEHICLES OVERTURNED AT A CAMPGROUND NEAR SILVER LAKE.


     

  BALLARD COUNTY, KY F-1 TORNADO

Issued 416 PM CDT THU SEP 28 2006

...DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FOR BALLARD COUNTY KENTUCKY...

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PRELIMINARY DAMAGE ASSESSMENT FOR BALLARD
COUNTY KENTUCKY.

* EVENT DATE: SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 23 2006

* EVENT TYPE: F1 TORNADO

* EVENT LOCATION: 1 MILE SOUTHEAST OF OSCAR TO 2 MILES EAST OF
  OSCAR

* PEAK WIND: 85 MPH

* AVERAGE PATH WIDTH: 50 YARDS

* PATH LENGTH: ABOUT 2 MILES

* INJURIES: NONE

* FATALITIES: NONE

* DISCUSSION/DAMAGE: DAMAGE INDICATIONS AS WELL AS EYEWITNESS
  ACCOUNTS INDICATE MULTIPLE TOUCHDOWNS OF THE FUNNEL. DAMAGE PATH
  WAS NOT CONTINUOUS. ONE HOUSE WITH ROOF DAMAGE AND TREE LIMB ON
  PORCH. TWO EMPTY GRAIN BINS BLOWN AWAY. ONE EMPTY BIN BLOWN ONE
  QUARTER MILE. AUGER DAMAGED. NEARLY FULL PROPANE TANK ROLLED OFF
  ITS BLOCKS. DAMAGE PATH VISIBLE THROUGH SOYBEAN FIELD. TWO LARGE
  PECAN TREES SNAPPED AT GROUND LEVEL...SPORADIC TREE DAMAGE
  FURTHER DOWN PATH OF TORNADO.

 


       

 

  • Numerous other wind, hail, and flash flooding events were reported. A preliminary summary listing of those events follows:

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT...SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
641 PM CDT SAT SEP 23 2006

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

1215 PM     FLASH FLOOD      PADUCAH                 37.07N 88.64W
09/22/2006                   MCCRACKEN          KY   NWS EMPLOYEE

            WIDESPREAD STREET FLOODING IN PADUCAH...LONE OAK...AND
            HENDRON AREA.

1239 PM     FLASH FLOOD      PALMA                   36.96N 88.38W
09/22/2006                   MARSHALL           KY   NWS EMPLOYEE

            SIX INCHES OF WATER OVER ROAD 1712.

1243 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 E KEVIL               37.08N 88.87W
09/22/2006                   MCCRACKEN          KY   NWS EMPLOYEE

            FLOWING WATER 3 TO 4 INCHES DEEP ALONG HIGHWAY 60 BETWEEN
            KEVIL AND HEATH WHERE THE 4 LANE BECOMES A 2 LANE.

0110 PM     FLASH FLOOD      PADUCAH                 37.07N 88.64W
09/22/2006                   MCCRACKEN          KY   EMERGENCY MNGR

            CHAMPION CREEK AT HOUSER ROAD AND OLD MAYFIELD ROAD IS
            OUT OF ITS BANK WITH 1 FOOT OF WATER OVER THE ROAD.
            CROOKED CREEK IS OUT OF ITS BANKS AT BUCKNER LANE.

0318 PM     HAIL             LA CENTER               37.07N 88.97W
09/22/2006  E0.88 INCH       BALLARD            KY   TRAINED SPOTTER

0330 PM     TORNADO          1 E JOPPA               37.21N 88.83W
09/22/2006                   MASSAC             IL   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            FOLLOW UP REPORT - POWER LINES DOWN...TREES DOWN AND AN
            OUTBUILDING DESTROYED.

0335 PM     TORNADO          6 NE METROPOLIS         37.21N 88.63W
09/22/2006                   MASSAC             IL   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            FOLLOW UP - TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ON ROSEBUD RD, MT.
            MISSION RD AND MACEDONIA CHURCH RD... 2 INJURIES KNOWN AT
            THIS TIME...NUMEROUS HOUSES DAMAGED OR
            DESTROYED...TRAILOR HOMES DESTROYED...TREES AND POWER
            LINES DOWN AND NUMEROUS VEHICLES DAMAGED AND OVERTURNED.

0352 PM     FUNNEL CLOUD     2 S GLENDALE            37.38N 88.64W
09/22/2006                   POPE               IL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            REPORTED ALONG HIGHWAY 145 MOVING TOWARD GLENDALE

0352 PM     TORNADO          2 E METROPOLIS          37.15N 88.68W
09/22/2006                   MASSAC             IL   TRAINED SPOTTER

0352 PM     TORNADO          2 E METROPOLIS          37.15N 88.68W
09/22/2006                   MASSAC             IL   TRAINED SPOTTER

            THE TORNADO WAS SPOTTED NEAR VEECHES ILLINOIS CLOSE TO
            THE NEW SHAWNEE COMMUNITY COLLEGE.

0356 PM     HAIL             2 S ROSEBUD             37.25N 88.58W
09/22/2006  E1.75 INCH       POPE               IL   LAW ENFORCEMENT

0357 PM     HAIL             BAY CITY                37.25N 88.50W
09/22/2006  E1.75 INCH       POPE               IL   EMERGENCY MNGR

0358 PM     FUNNEL CLOUD     GLENDALE                37.41N 88.64W
09/22/2006                   POPE               IL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            THE FUNNEL CLOUD WAS SITED ON HWY 145 JUST NORTH OF
            GLENADALE.

0400 PM     TORNADO          BAY CITY                37.25N 88.50W
09/22/2006                   POPE               IL   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            FOLLOW UP REPORT - DAMAGED AT MCCURTY FARM SOUTH OF BAY
            CITY ON BAY CITY HILL...ALSO A RADIO TOWER DOWN.

0412 PM     HAIL             1 S CARBONDALE          37.71N 89.22W
09/22/2006  E1.00 INCH       JACKSON            IL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            NICKEL SIZED HAIL ALSO REPORTED.

0412 PM     HAIL             PERRYVILLE              37.73N 89.87W
09/22/2006  E0.75 INCH       PERRY              MO   TRAINED SPOTTER

0415 PM     TORNADO          BAYOU                   37.24N 88.47W
09/22/2006                   LIVINGSTON         KY   EMERGENCY MNGR

            FOLLOW UP REPORT - PRELIMINARY SURVEY HAS A TORNADO PATH
            OF 1/2 TO 1 MILES WIDE AND 5 MILES LONG. STARTED AT BAYOU
            KY TO HAMPTON KY...POWER LINES DOWN...HOUSES DAMAGED BUT
            NO INJURIES REPORTED...NUMEROUS TREE LIMBS DOWN...

0423 PM     HAIL             MARION                  37.73N 88.94W
09/22/2006  E0.75 INCH       WILLIAMSON         IL   TRAINED SPOTTER

            HAIL REPORTED AT RTE 13 AND I-57

0425 PM     HAIL             CAMPBELL HILL           37.93N 89.55W
09/22/2006  E1.00 INCH       JACKSON            IL   NWS EMPLOYEE

0427 PM     HAIL             CRAINVILLE              37.75N 89.06W
09/22/2006  E0.88 INCH       WILLIAMSON         IL   TRAINED SPOTTER

0427 PM     FUNNEL CLOUD     CLAY                    37.48N 87.82W
09/22/2006                   WEBSTER            KY   FIRE DEPT/RESCUE

            FUNNEL CLOUD SIGHTED ALONG ROUTE 109.

0430 PM     HAIL             MARION                  37.73N 88.94W
09/22/2006  E0.88 INCH       WILLIAMSON         IL   TRAINED SPOTTER

0432 PM     HAIL             ENERGY                  37.78N 89.03W
09/22/2006  E0.75 INCH       WILLIAMSON         IL   TRAINED SPOTTER

0442 PM     TORNADO          GORHAM                  37.72N 89.48W
09/22/2006                   JACKSON            IL   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            HOME DAMAGED AT KORANDO LANE

0444 PM     HAIL             PITTSBURG               37.78N 88.85W
09/22/2006  E1.00 INCH       WILLIAMSON         IL   AMATEUR RADIO

0452 PM     TORNADO          5 N MURPHYSBORO         37.84N 89.34W
09/22/2006                   JACKSON            IL   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            TORNADO ON THE GROUND AT RT 127 AND TRUEX BLACKTOP MOVING
            NE TOWARD ELKVILLE...A STATE TROOPER WAS FOLLOWING THIS
            STORM.

0542 PM     HAIL             ST. JOSEPH              37.69N 87.33W
09/22/2006  E0.75 INCH       DAVIESS            KY   EMERGENCY MNGR

0602 PM     FUNNEL CLOUD     PANTHER                 37.64N 87.22W
09/22/2006                   DAVIESS            KY   EMERGENCY MNGR

0613 PM     FUNNEL CLOUD     5 SW OWENSBORO          37.71N 87.18W
09/22/2006                   DAVIESS            KY   TRAINED SPOTTER

            FUNNEL CLOUD SIGHTED NEAR THE COMMUNITY OF FRIENDLY
            VILLAGE NEAR HWY 81

0615 PM     TSTM WND GST     MOUNT VERNON            37.94N 87.90W
09/22/2006  E60.00 MPH       POSEY              IN   TRAINED SPOTTER

            TORRENTIAL RAIN ALSO REPORTED.

0628 PM     HAIL             OWENSBORO               37.76N 87.12W
09/22/2006  E0.88 INCH       DAVIESS            KY   TRAINED SPOTTER

            THIS REPORT WAS ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE CITY OF OWENSBORO


0630 PM     HAIL             3 N EVANSVILLE          38.03N 87.54W
09/22/2006  E1.25 INCH       VANDERBURGH        IN   TRAINED SPOTTER

            FLASH FLOODING WAS ALSO REPORTED AT KORSLE ROAD AND HWY
            66...

0631 PM     TSTM WND GST     2 N ROCKPORT            37.91N 87.05W
09/22/2006  E70.00 MPH       SPENCER            IN   EMERGENCY MNGR

            ALSO...DIME SIZED HAIL WAS ALSO REPORTED.

0643 PM     HAIL             GRANDVIEW               37.94N 86.98W
09/22/2006  E1.00 INCH       SPENCER            IN   CO-OP OBSERVER

0651 PM     FLASH FLOOD      EVANSVILLE              37.98N 87.54W
09/22/2006                   VANDERBURGH        IN   EMERGENCY MNGR

            ST. JOSEPH AVENUE IN EVANSVILLE IS IMPASSABLE

0651 PM     FLASH FLOOD      EVANSVILLE              37.98N 87.54W
09/22/2006                   VANDERBURGH        IN   EMERGENCY MNGR

            WATER OVER MILLER ROAD IN SCOTT TOWNSHIP.

0651 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 N MOUNT VERNON        37.95N 87.90W
09/22/2006                   POSEY              IN   TRAINED SPOTTER

            WATER TO DOORS OF 4 WHEEL DRIVE VEHICLES...SOME VEHICLES
            HAVE BEEN STRANDED.

0658 PM     TSTM WND GST     4 S HENDERSON           37.78N 87.58W
09/22/2006  E60.00 MPH       HENDERSON          KY   EMERGENCY MNGR

            ALSO VERY HEAVY RAIN WAS REPORTED.

0658 PM     FLASH FLOOD      EVANSVILLE              37.98N 87.54W
09/22/2006                   VANDERBURGH        IN   EMERGENCY MNGR

            NORTH SIDE OF EVANSVILLE...AT FIRST AVENUE FROM
            CAMPGROUND TO MILL...1 FOOT OF WATER OVER ROAD.

0700 PM     FLASH FLOOD      GRANDVIEW               37.94N 86.98W
09/22/2006                   SPENCER            IN   CO-OP OBSERVER

            WATER OVER SEVERAL ROADS IN GRANDVIEW...CREEKS OUT OF
            THEIR BANKS

0700 PM     FLASH FLOOD      EVANSVILLE              37.98N 87.54W
09/22/2006                   VANDERBURGH        IN   EMERGENCY MNGR

            3 FEET OF WATER OVER BAMGART ST AND 1 FOOT OF WATER ON
            DIAMOND AVENUE NEAR NORTH HIGH SCHOOL.

0712 PM     HEAVY RAIN       EVANSVILLE              37.98N 87.54W
09/22/2006  M1.50 INCH       VANDERBURGH        IN   TRAINED SPOTTER

            THIS RAIN FELL IN 45 MINTUES AND STREET FLOODING WAS IN
            PROGRESS IN THE ANGEL MOUNDS AREA OF THE SOUTHERN PORTION
            OF EVANSVILLE.

0733 PM     TSTM WND DMG     5 S OWENSBORO           37.69N 87.12W
09/22/2006                   DAVIESS            KY   EMERGENCY MNGR

            TRACTOR TRAILER OVERTURNED ON THE NATCHER PARKWAY 5 MILES
            SOUTH OF OWENSBORO.

0748 PM     TORNADO          2 W WHITESVILLE         37.68N 86.91W
09/22/2006                   DAVIESS            KY   EMERGENCY MNGR

            DLAYED REPORT - HOUSE LOST ROOF...1 BARN AND OUTBUILDING
            DESTROYED...2 POWER POLES DOWN WITH 1 SNAPPING AT GROUND
            LEVEL.

0754 PM     TSTM WND DMG     WHITESVILLE             37.68N 86.87W
09/22/2006                   DAVIESS            KY   TRAINED SPOTTER

            NUMEROUS TREES DOWN AND WATER WAS REPORTED OVER HWY 764
            SOUTH.

0800 PM     HEAVY RAIN       EVANSVILLE              37.98N 87.54W
09/22/2006  M4.00 INCH       VANDERBURGH        IN   TRAINED SPOTTER

            THIS RAIN FELL FROM 500 PM TIL 800 PM...WIDESPREAD
            FLOODING IN EVANSVILLE. SOUTHEAST SIDE SEEMS TO BE THE
            WORST WITH MANY MAIN AND SIDE STREETS HAVING ANYWHERE
            FROM 1 TO 3 FEET OF WATER. ALSO, SOME HOUSES ALSO HAVE
            WATER IN THEM.

0809 PM     FUNNEL CLOUD     HARRIS GROVE            36.57N 88.43W
09/22/2006                   CALLOWAY           KY   AMATEUR RADIO

0822 PM     HAIL             QULIN                   36.60N 90.25W
09/22/2006  E1.00 INCH       BUTLER             MO   TRAINED SPOTTER

            DIME SIZED HAIL WAS ALSO REPORTED WITH THIS STORM.

0831 PM     FUNNEL CLOUD     HAZEL                   36.51N 88.33W
09/22/2006                   CALLOWAY           KY   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            FUNNEL CLOUD WAS SITED JUST NORTHEAST OF HAZEL KENTUCKY
            ALONG HYW 641.

0834 PM     FLASH FLOOD      MARION                  37.73N 88.94W
09/22/2006                   WILLIAMSON         IL   TRAINED SPOTTER

            MINOR STREET FLOODING REPORTED AT WILLIAMSON COUNTY
            AIRPORT.

0838 PM     FUNNEL CLOUD     1 S QULIN               36.58N 90.25W
09/22/2006                   BUTLER             MO   EMERGENCY MNGR

            FUNNEL CLOUD SIGHTED JUST OFF HWY 53... 1 MILE SOUTH OF
            QULIN

0909 PM     TSTM WND DMG     BARLOW                  37.05N 89.05W
09/22/2006                   BALLARD            KY   TRAINED SPOTTER

            NUMEROUS TREES DOWN IN BARLOW

0915 PM     TSTM WND DMG     MOUND CITY              37.09N 89.16W
09/22/2006                   PULASKI            IL   TRAINED SPOTTER

            NUMEROUS MEDIUM LIMBS DOWN WITH ONE REPORT OF A LIMB
            DRIVEN THROUGH ROOF OF A HOUSE.

0930 PM     TSTM WND DMG     LA CENTER               37.07N 88.97W
09/22/2006                   BALLARD            KY   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            FOLLOW UP REPORT - HOUSES DAMAGED...SECURITY LIGHTS
            RIPPED OFF POLES...POWER LINES DOWN...NUMEROUS TREES DOWN
            AND TRAILERS OVER TURNED. THIS DAMAGE OCCURRED IN SOUTH
            LA CENTER IN THE HINKLEVILLE AREA...ASLO IN BARLOW...MANY
            ROADS ARE BLOCKED BY THE DEBRIS.

0930 PM     TSTM WND DMG     BARLOW                  37.05N 89.05W
09/22/2006                   BALLARD            KY   TRAINED SPOTTER

            NUMEROUS TREES DOWN

0934 PM     TSTM WND DMG     LA CENTER               37.07N 88.97W
09/22/2006                   BALLARD            KY   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            TREES DOWN WITH 1 TREE FALLING ACROSS A HOUSE.

0940 PM     TSTM WND DMG     HIGH POINT              37.11N 88.72W
09/22/2006                   MCCRACKEN          KY   EMERGENCY MNGR

            AT LEAST 50 TREES DOWN DUE TO MICROBURST.

0942 PM     TSTM WND DMG     WEST PADUCAH            37.08N 88.74W
09/22/2006                   MCCRACKEN          KY   TRAINED SPOTTER

            LARGE LIMBS DOWN ACROSS HWY 62 NEAR BARKLEY REGIONAL
            AIRPORT IN WEST PADUCAH.

0954 PM     TSTM WND DMG     BARDWELL                36.87N 89.01W
09/22/2006                   CARLISLE           KY   EMERGENCY MNGR

            NUMEROUS TREES DOWN IN BARDWELL AND ALSO ARLINGTON.

1000 PM     FLASH FLOOD      COLUMBUS                36.76N 89.10W
09/22/2006                   HICKMAN            KY   EMERGENCY MNGR

            NUMEROUS ROADS WITH WATER OVER THEM IN COLUMBUS. ALSO,
            NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN WHICH HAS CAUSED
            POWER OUTAGE IN THE CITY OF CLINTON.

1030 PM     FLASH FLOOD      ARLINGTON               36.79N 89.01W
09/22/2006                   CARLISLE           KY   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            IN AND AROUND THE CITY OF ARLINGTON ALONG HWY
            80...SECTIONS ARE CLOSED DUE TO WATER OVER THE ROAD. ALSO
            FLOODING REPORTED ALONG HWY 51 NEAR ARLINGTON.

1041 PM     FLASH FLOOD      CALVERT CITY            37.03N 88.35W
09/22/2006                   MARSHALL           KY   TRAINED SPOTTER

            FLOODING REPORTED ACROSS NUMEROUS STREETS IN CALVERT
            CITY.

1052 PM     HAIL             BENTON                  36.85N 88.36W
09/22/2006  E0.75 INCH       MARSHALL           KY   TRAINED SPOTTER

1103 PM     TSTM WND GST     OWENSBORO               37.76N 87.12W
09/22/2006  M62.50 MPH       DAVIESS            KY   TRAINED SPOTTER

            LIMBS DOWN ALONG WITH SOME MINOR FLOODING REPORTED ON THE
            SOUTHEAST PORTION OF OWENSBORO.

1131 PM     TSTM WND DMG     HOPKINSVILLE            36.85N 87.49W
09/22/2006                   CHRISTIAN          KY   TRAINED SPOTTER

            NUMEROUS TREES DOWN THAT HAVE FALLEN ON POWER LINES ON
            PYLE LANE IN HOPKINSVILLE.

1131 PM     FLASH FLOOD      HARDIN                  36.76N 88.30W
09/22/2006                   MARSHALL           KY   TRAINED SPOTTER

            3 INCEHS OF WATER OVER RAODWAY CLOSE TO THE HILLDALE
            APARTMENTS.

1133 PM     TSTM WND DMG     HARVEY                  36.81N 88.42W
09/22/2006                   MARSHALL           KY   TRAINED SPOTTER

            TREE DOWN BLOCKING OAK GROVE CHURCH ROAD AND HWY 402

1140 PM     TSTM WND DMG     HOPKINSVILLE            36.85N 87.49W
09/22/2006                   CHRISTIAN          KY   EMERGENCY MNGR

            NUMEROUS TREES DOWN THROUGHOUT HOPKINSVILLE.

1156 PM     FLASH FLOOD      DONIPHAN                36.62N 90.82W
09/22/2006                   RIPLEY             MO   EMERGENCY MNGR

            SOME STREET FLOODING IN DONIPHAN...2.64 INCHES OF RAIN
            HAD FALLEN UP TO MIDNIGHT.

1225 AM     HAIL             6 W MURRAY              36.61N 88.42W
09/23/2006  E0.88 INCH       CALLOWAY           KY   EMERGENCY MNGR

1236 AM     HAIL             MURRAY                  36.61N 88.32W
09/23/2006  E1.00 INCH       CALLOWAY           KY   EMERGENCY MNGR

            NICKEL SIZED HAIL WAS ALSO REPORTED JUST TO THE NORTH OF
            MURRAY JUST OUTSIDE THE CITY LIMITS.

0104 AM     FLASH FLOOD      BENTON                  36.85N 88.36W
09/23/2006                   MARSHALL           KY   TRAINED SPOTTER

            AT 1510 MAIN STREET IN BENTON WAS FLOODED AND OCCUPANTS
            WERE BEING EVACUATED.

0105 AM     FLASH FLOOD      5 W REIDLAND            37.01N 88.62W
09/23/2006                   MCCRACKEN          KY   EMERGENCY MNGR

            PORTION OF OAKS ROAD NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF SHEMWELL
            LANE WAS WASHED OUT AND A 20 FT BY 12 FT SECTION CAVED
            IN.

0118 AM     FLASH FLOOD      MAYFIELD                36.74N 88.65W
09/23/2006                   GRAVES             KY   EMERGENCY MNGR

            EVACUATIONS ON SOUTH 9TH AND 10TH STREETS IN THE CITY OF
            MAYFIELD ALONG RED DUCK CREEK. SHELTER ESTABLISHED AT THE
            SENIOR CITIZENS SHELTER.

1021 AM     FLASH FLOOD      HOPKINSVILLE            36.85N 87.49W
09/23/2006                   CHRISTIAN          KY   EMERGENCY MNGR

            BRIDGES WASHED OUT AND SOME COUNTY ROADS CLOSED.

1030 AM     FLASH FLOOD      BARDWELL                36.87N 89.01W
09/23/2006                   CARLISLE           KY   EMERGENCY MNGR

            CONTINUATION OF FLOODING. HWY 62 51 CLOSED. MANY COUNTY
            ROADS CLOSED.

1030 AM     TSTM WND DMG     OSCAR                   37.14N 89.03W
09/23/2006                   BALLARD            KY   EMERGENCY MNGR

            ROOF OFF HOUSE. BARN IN ROAD. NEAR 1767 TURNER LANDING
            RD.

0100 PM     FLOOD            HOPKINSVILLE            36.85N 87.49W
09/23/2006                   CHRISTIAN          KY   NEWSPAPER

            LITTLE RIVER IN HOPKINSVILLE IS OUT OF ITS BANKS AT THE
            GIVENS ADDITIONS SUBDIVISION AND PEOPLE ARE BEING
            EVACUATED. THE LITTLE RIVER IS OUT OF ITS BANKS ELSEWHERE
            IN HOPKINSVILLE.

0108 PM     FLASH FLOOD      HOPKINSVILLE            36.85N 87.49W
09/23/2006                   CHRISTIAN          KY   EMERGENCY MNGR

            CHRISTIAN COUNTY KENTUCKY INCLUDING THE CITY OF
            HOPKINSVILLE HAS DECLARED A STATE OF EMERGENCY DUE TO
            FLOODING.



 

 

     

 

 

 

 


   



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