Surveys of July 4th storms complete

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
943 AM CDT MON JUL 6 2009

...DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FOR THE JULY 4TH LAND BETWEEN THE LAKES
TORNADO IN TRIGG COUNTY KENTUCKY...

THE FOLLOWING IS THE FINAL DAMAGE ASSESSMENT FOR THE TORNADO THAT
OCCURRED IN THE LAND BETWEEN THE LAKES AREA IN WESTERN TRIGG
COUNTY KENTUCKY ON JULY 4TH.

* EVENT DATE - JULY 4 2009

* EVENT TIME - 639 PM CDT

* EVENT TYPE - EF0 TORNADO

* EVENT LOCATION - 4 MILES SOUTHWEST OF GOLDEN POND KENTUCKY TO
  3.5 MILES SOUTHWEST OF GOLDEN POND KENTUCKY.

* PEAK WIND - 70 MPH

* AVERAGE PATH WIDTH - 50 YARDS

* PATH LENGTH - 1/2 MILE

* INJURIES - NONE

* FATALITIES - NONE

* DISCUSSION/DAMAGE - SEVERAL TREE LIMBS AND TREE TOPS DOWNED.

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
944 AM CDT MON JUL 6 2009

...DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FOR THE JULY 4TH NORTHEAST CALLOWAY
COUNTY KENTUCKY TORNADO...

THE FOLLOWING IS THE FINAL DAMAGE ASSESSMENT FOR THE TORNADO THAT
OCCURRED IN NORTHEAST CALLOWAY COUNTY ON JULY 4TH.

* EVENT DATE - JULY 4 2009

* EVENT TIME - 629 PM CDT

* EVENT TYPE - EF0 TORNADO

* EVENT LOCATION - 3 MILES NORTHEAST OF ALMO KENTUCKY TO NEAR HICO
  KENTUCKY.

* PEAK WIND - 75 MPH

* AVERAGE PATH WIDTH - 50 YARDS

* PATH LENGTH - 2 MILES

* INJURIES - NONE

* FATALITIES - NONE

* DISCUSSION/DAMAGE - SEVERAL TREE LIMBS AND TREE TOPS DOWNED AND
  SOME FIELD CORN BLOWN OVER.

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
825 PM CDT MON JUL 6 2009

...DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FOR THE JULY 4TH SOUTHCENTRAL CHRISTIAN
COUNTY KENTUCKY TORNADO...

THE FOLLOWING IS THE FINAL DAMAGE ASSESSMENT FOR THE TORNADO THAT
OCCURRED IN SOUTHCENTRAL CHRISTIAN COUNTY ON JULY 4TH.

* EVENT DATE - JULY 4 2009

* EVENT TIME - 713 PM CDT

* EVENT TYPE - EF1 TORNADO

* EVENT LOCATION - 1.25 MILES SE OF HERNDON/11 MILES SSW OF
HOPKINSVILLE TO 1.75 MILES SE HERNDON/11 MILES S OF HOPKINSVILLE.

* PEAK WIND - 95 MPH

* AVERAGE PATH WIDTH - 110 YARDS

* PATH LENGTH - 1/2 MILE

* INJURIES - NONE

* FATALITIES - NONE

* DISCUSSION/DAMAGE - A FEW DOZEN TREES UPROOTED AND NUMEROUS BROKEN
LARGE LIMBS...SMALL AREEA OF CORN FLATTENED...MINOR SHINGLE DAMAGE
TO A HOME.

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