Preliminary damage surveys completed for Missouri and Kentucky

NEW MADRID COUNTY MISSOURI DOWNBURST:
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
112 PM CST FRI FEB 25 2011

...DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FOR NEW MADRID COUNTY MISSOURI...

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PRELIMINARY DAMAGE ASSESSMENT FOR NEW
MADRID COUNTY MISSOURI.

* EVENT TYPE.........DOWNBURST

* EVENT DATE.........THURSDAY FEBRUARY 24 2011

* EVENT TIME.........600 PM CST

* EVENT LOCATION.....5 MILES EAST OF PORTAGEVILLE MISSOURI

* PEAK WIND..........75 MPH

* PATH WIDTH.........75 YARDS

* PATH LENGTH........300 YARDS

* INJURIES...........NONE

* FATALITIES.........NONE

* DAMAGE DETAIL......TWO WELL CONSTRUCTED BARNS DESTROYED.
SEVERAL HOMES WITH SHINGLE DAMAGE. SOME HOMES WITH MINOR SIDING
DAMAGE. FUNNEL CLOUD WAS OBSERVED JUST TO THE RIGHT OF THE
DOWNBURST.

SURVEYORS.......HOOPER

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FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY DOWNBURST:
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
605 PM CST FRI FEB 25 2011

...DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FOR FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY...

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

* EVENT TYPE.........DOWNBURST

* EVENT DATE.........THURSDAY FEBRUARY 24 2011

* EVENT TIME.........618 PM CST

* EVENT LOCATION.....3.5 MILES EAST SOUTHEAST OF THE CITY OF
HICKMAN.

* PEAK WIND..........85 MPH

* PATH WIDTH......... 150 YARDS

* PATH LENGTH........ 75 YARDS

* INJURIES...........NONE

* FATALITIES.........NONE

* DAMAGE DETAIL......ONE GRAIN BIN DESTROYED WITH DEBRIS SCATTERED
A THOUSAND YARDS FROM ITS FOUNDATION. SECOND GRAIN BIN HAD ROOF
RIPPED OFF AND THROWN ABOUT A HUNDRED YARDS. A MACHINERY SHED
LEANING ABOUT ONE FOOT OUT OF PLUMB. CARPORT PEELED BACK. REAR
SHELL RIPPED OFF A BRONCO AND DESTROYED. DOZENS OF LARGE TREE
LIMBS BROKEN. ONE LARGE TREE HAD BARK STRIPPED OFF OF MAIN TRUNK
AND SOME LIMBS. SOME SIDING PEELED OFF OF HOUSE.

SURVEYORS.......HOOPER

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FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY TORNADO

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
555 PM CST FRI FEB 25 2011

...DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FOR FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY...

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

* EVENT TYPE.........EF-0 TORNADO

* EVENT DATE.........THURSDAY FEBRUARY 24 2011

* EVENT TIME.........615 TO 617 PM CST

* EVENT LOCATION.....IN THE CITY OF HICKMAN NEAR THE INTERSECTION
OF 1099 AND 125 TO 1 MILE EAST OF THE INTERSECTION AT THE HIGH SCHOOL.

* PEAK WIND..........80 MPH

* PATH WIDTH.........50 YARDS

* PATH LENGTH........1 MILE

* INJURIES...........NONE

* FATALITIES.........NONE

* DAMAGE DETAIL......SOME WINDOWS BLOWN OUT OF ONE HOUSE. PATIO
ROOF RIPPED OFF AND THROWN 100 YARDS INTO THE STORMS WAKE. HALF
OF GARAGE ROOF RIPPED OFF. A GREAT DEAL OF DEBRIS WRAPPED IN
TREES. MAIL BOX PULLED OUT OF THE GROUND. SHINGLES TORN OFF PARTS
OF FOUR HOMES. METAL DUGOUT DESTROYED WITH DEBRIS TEARING DOWN
ABOUT A 50 YARD SWATH OF CHAIN LINK FENCE AROUND THE SCHOOL
BASEBALL FIELD. SOFFIT BLOWN OUT OF BUILDING AROUND THE FIELD.

SURVEYORS.......HOOPER
$$
FULTON-HICKMAN-GRAVES COUNTY KENTUCKY TORNADO
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
717 PM CST FRI FEB 25 2011

...DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FOR FULTON-HICKMAN-GRAVES TORNADO...

THE FOLLOWING IS THE FINAL DAMAGE ASSESSMENT FOR
FULTON-HICKMAN-GRAVES TORNADO.

* EVENT TYPE.........EF1 TORNADO

* EVENT DATE.........THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24 2011

* EVENT TIME.........635 PM

* EVENT LOCATION.....INITIAL TOUCHDOWN WAS 2 NW OF FULTON KY ON
EAST SIDE OF HWY 51 AT THE AMTRAK STATION. THE TORNADO CROSSED
INTO HICKMAN COUNTY PARALLELING HOLLAND LANE BEFORE CROSSING
THE PURCHASE PARKWAY AND U.S. 45 THEN TRAVELING INTO GRAVES
COUNTY JUST SOUTH OF WATER VALLEY. IN GRAVES COUNTY THE TORNADO
TRACKED ENE TO JUST SOUTH OF FELICIANA THEN PARALLELED HWY 94
BEFORE DISSIPATING 2.5 W OF PILOT OAK.

* PEAK WIND..........95 MPH

* PATH WIDTH.........100 YARDS

* PATH LENGTH........7.8 MILES

* INJURIES...........NONE

* FATALITIES.........NONE

* DAMAGE DETAIL......AT INITIAL TOUCHDOWN A FEW POWER POLES WERE
SNAPPED AND LYING ACROSS POWER LINES. FURTHER NE 2 GRAIN BINS
WERE TOSSED FOR SEVERAL HUNDRED YARDS DAMAGING NEARBY GRAIN
STORAGE BINS. SEVERAL SHEDS/GARAGES WERE DAMAGED OR DESTROYED.
LENGTHY FIELD IRRIGATION SYSTEM TOPPLED OVER. HUNDRED OF TREES
EITHER SNAPPED OR UPROOTED. FURTHER ALONG THE PATH A BARN WAS
DESTROYED. SEVERAL HOMES AND BARNS HAD ROOF OR SHINGLE DAMAGE.
TWO CAMPERS BLOWN OVER. AT END OF TRACK AN APPARENT MICRO BURST
OCCURRED WHERE A LARGE BARN WAS HEAVILY DAMAGED SPREADING DEBRIS
SE ACROSS HWY 94.

SURVEYORS.......WIELGOS/SMITH

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MAP OF DAMAGE PATH

DAMAGE IN GRAVES
A HOME SUSTAINS ROOF DAMAGE AND A BARN IS DESTROYED ON HWY 45 SOUTHWEST OF FANCY FARM
SNAPPED TREES IN GRAVES
TREES SNAPPED AND UPROOTED JUST TO THE SOUTH OF THE DESTROYED BARN ON HWY 45. (HICKMAN CO.)
TREE DAMAGE
ANOTHER PICTURE OF TREES SNAPPED/UPROOTED NEAR LOCATION OF DESTROYED BARN.

TREES/BARN DAMAGE
A BETTER VIEW OF TORNADO PATH SHOWING TREES UPROOTED...POLES BENT AND DESTROYED BARN.
PARKWAY TREE DAMAGE
TREES UPROOTED/SNAPPED ON HOLLAND LANE AT THE OVERPASS OVER PURCHASE PARKWAY. PURCHASE
PARKWAY SEEN IN THE BACKGROUND - LOOKING SOUTH (HICKMAN CO)
GRAIN BIN DAMAGE
COUNTY SIGN BLOWN DOWN AND GRAIN BIN DAMAGE. GRAIN BIN IN FOREGROUND WAS LOFTED SEVERAL
HUNDRED YARDS FROM A FARM TO THE SOUTHWEST.
IRRIGATION RIG OVERTURNED
IRRIGATION RIG OVERTURNED. LOCATION WAS ACROSS THE ROAD FROM THE GRAIN BIN DAMAGE.

CHRISTIAN COUNTY KENTUCKY TORNADO

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
300 PM CST FRI FEB 25 2011

...DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FOR CHRISTIAN COUNTY KENTUCKY...

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

* EVENT TYPE.........EF-2 TORNADO

* EVENT DATE.........THURSDAY FEBRUARY 24 2011

* EVENT TIME.........755 PM CST

* EVENT LOCATION.....2.5 MILES NORTHEAST OF GRACEY ALONG QUINSBERRY
LANE...END POINT IS 3.5 MILES NORTHWEST OF HOPKINSVILLE NEAR
DAWSON SPRINGS ROAD.

* PEAK WIND..........115 MPH

* PATH WIDTH.........225 YARDS

* PATH LENGTH........5.5 MILES

* INJURIES...........NONE

* FATALITIES.........NONE

* DAMAGE DETAIL......SEVERAL BARNS LEVELED. SEVERAL GRAIN BINS
DESTROYED. SOME HOMES WITH DAMAGE PRIMARILY ROOF DAMAGE OR LOSS OF
SHINGLES. DOZENS OF TREES UPROOTED OR SNAPPED. NUMEROUS POWER POLES
DOWN.

SURVEYORS.......SHANKLIN AND SPODEN

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GRAIN SILO DAMAGE
GRAIN BINS DAMAGED ON CAMPBELL LANE
GRAIN BINS DAMAGED
GRAIN BINS HEAVILY DAMAGED ON CAMPBELL LANE
HOUSE ROOF DAMAGE
HOUSE SUSTAINS ROOF DAMAGE ON EVERETTE LANE
BARN DESTROYED EVERETTE LANE
BARN DESTROYED ON EVERETTE LANE
BARN DAMAGED ON PRINCETON ROAD
BARN DESTROYED ON PRINCETON ROAD.
MAP OF DAMAGE PATH

CHRISTIAN COUNTY KENTUCKY STRAIGHT LINE WINDS
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
303 PM CST FRI FEB 25 2011

...DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FOR CHRISTIAN COUNTY KENTUCKY...

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

* EVENT TYPE.........STRAIGHT LINE WINDS

* EVENT DATE.........THURSDAY FEBRUARY 24 2011

* EVENT TIME.........900 PM CST

* EVENT LOCATION.....5 MILES WEST OF CROFTON ALONG THE CONSOLATION
LOOP AND HWY 800.

* PEAK WIND..........85 MPH

* PATH WIDTH......... 3/4 OF A MILE

* PATH LENGTH........ 2 MILES

* INJURIES...........NONE

* FATALITIES.........NONE

* DAMAGE DETAIL......SEVERAL TREES DOWN. SHINGLES OFF OF SEVERAL
HOMES. SEVERAL GREEN HOUSES WITH ROOF AND STRUCTURAL DAMAGE. COUPLE
OF BARNS WITH ROOF DAMAGE.

SURVEYORS.......SHANKLIN AND SPODEN
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