Damage Survey Results from Tuesday's Storms...Updated

 

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1. Jackson, MO Tornado

...PRELIMINARY DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FOR CENTRAL CAPE GIRARDEAU

COUNTY MISSOURI...

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PRELIMINARY DAMAGE ASSESSMENT FOR THE TUESDAY

NIGHT/EARLY WEDNESDAY MORNING JANUARY 29TH-30TH 2013 STORM DAMAGE

EVENTS FOR CENTRAL CAPE GIRARDEAU COUNTY.

* EVENT DATE - TUESDAY EVENING JANUARY 29TH 2013

 

* EVENT TIME - 913 PM

 

* EVENT TYPE - EF-1 TORNADO

* EVENT LOCATION - BEGAN 4.8 MILES SOUTHWEST OF JACKSON...AND LIFTED

 4.8 MILES SOUTHEAST OF JACKSON.
 
 * PEAK WIND - 95 MPH

* AVERAGE PATH WIDTH - 50 YARDS

* PATH LENGTH - 5.5 MILES LONG

 

* INJURIES - NONE.

 

* FATALITIES - NONE

 

* DISCUSSION/DAMAGE - TREES DOWN. SHINGLES OFF OF ROOFS. OUT      

 BUILDINGS DESTROYED. 2 BARNS IN SEPARATE LOCATIONS HAD SECOND    
 FLOOR REMOVED.

 

2. Delta, MO Tornado

...PRELIMINARY DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FOR EXTREME SOUTHERN CAPE

GIRARDEAU COUNTY MISSOURI...

 THE FOLLOWING IS THE PRELIMINARY DAMAGE ASSESSMENT FOR THE TUESDAY

NIGHT/EARLY WEDNESDAY MORNING JANUARY 29TH-30TH 2013 STORM DAMAGE

EVENTS FOR EXTREME SOUTHERN CAPE GIRARDEAU COUNTY.

 * EVENT DATE - TUESDAY EVENING JANUARY 29TH 2013

 * EVENT TIME - 913 PM

* EVENT TYPE - EF-1 TORNADO

 * EVENT LOCATION - BEGAN 1.5 MILES SOUTHWEST OF DELTA...AND LIFTED 1

 MILE WEST OF BLOMEYER.

 

* PEAK WIND - 100 MPH

* AVERAGE PATH WIDTH - 75 YARDS

 

* PATH LENGTH - 5.6 MILES LONG

* INJURIES - NONE.

* FATALITIES - NONE

 

* DISCUSSION/DAMAGE - LOTS OF SHINGLES OFF HOMES. 1 BUSINESS LOST A 

 ROOF. 1 HOME HAD SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE WITH PIECES OF A NEIGHBORING  

 BUILDING'S ROOF PUNCHED INTO THE SIDES OF THE HOUSE.

 

3. Calloway Co., KY Tornado

...DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FOR SOUTHWEST CALLOWAY COUNTY KENTUCKY...

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PRELIMINARY DAMAGE ASSESSMENT FOR THE LATE
TUESDAY EVENING JANUARY 29TH 2013 STORM DAMAGE EVENT FOR SOUTHWEST
CALLOWAY COUNTY KENTUCKY.

 * EVENT TYPE.........EF-0 TORNADO

 * EVENT DATE.........TUESDAY JANUARY 29 2013

 * EVENT TIME.........1136 PM CST

 * EVENT LOCATION.....1/2 MILE EAST OF LYNN GROVE TO 1.75 MILES
   EAST NORTHEAST OF LYNN GROVE ALONG HIGHWAY 94

 * PEAK WIND..........80 MPH

 * AVG. PATH WIDTH....50 YARDS

 * PATH LENGTH........1.25 MILES

 * INJURIES...........NONE

 * FATALITIES.........NONE

 * DAMAGE DETAIL......SEVERAL SHEDS AND OUTBUILDINGS DAMAGED OR
   DESTROYED. DOG KENNEL WITH SOLID WOOD DECK LOFTED OVER TOP
   ADJACENT SHED. SUPPORT COLUMNS OM HOMES PORCH SHIFTED SEVERAL
   INCHES. METAL CARPORT DEMOLISHED AND FLUNG OVER ANOTHER HOMES
   ROOF. OTHER HOMES WITH MINOR SHINGLE DAMAGE. SEVERAL SHALLOW
   ROOTED TREES UPROOTED. OAK TREE WITH PARTIALLY ROTTEN CORE
   BROKEN AT BASE. TWO CARS WITH WINDOWS BROKEN BY FALLEN LIMBS.

 

4. Eastern Marshall Co., KY Microburst

...DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FOR EASTERN MARSHALL COUNTY...

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PRELIMINARY DAMAGE ASSESSMENT FOR
EASTERN MARSHALL COUNTY.

 * EVENT TYPE.........MICROBURST

 * EVENT DATE.........TUESDAY NOVEMBER 30 2013

 * EVENT TIME.........1215 AM CST

 * EVENT LOCATION.....NEAR INTERSECTION OF HWY 68 AND DUNN
   CEMETERY RD...3 MILES NORTHWEST OF FAIRDEALING

 * PEAK WIND..........70 MPH

 * WIDTH..............APPROX. 1/10 MILE

 * LENGTH.............APPROX. 1/5 MILE

 * INJURIES...........NONE

 * FATALITIES.........NONE

 * DAMAGE DETAIL......THE ENTIRE METAL ROOF OF A MOBILE HOME WAS
   PEELED OFF AND THROWN EASTWARD INTO TREES. THE HOME WAS
   STRAPPED DOWN BUT DID SHIFT SLIGHLY EASTWARD ON ITS FOUNDATION
   BLOCKS. CARPORT NEXT TO MOBILE HOME WAS TOSSED EASTWARD ACROSS
   HIGHWAY 68 ALONG WITH SOME OF THE METAL FROM THE MOBILE HOME.
   UNDERPINNING SKIRT WAS STRIPPED AWAY FROM A COUPLE OF MOBILE
   HOMES. A WOODEN EQUIPMENT SHED WAS PUSHED OUT OF SQUARE...
   A WOODEN STORAGE BUILDING SHOVED 6-8 INCHES. CEDAR AND OTHER
   TREES WERE PUSHED OVER OR SNAPPED AND FELL TOWARD THE NORTH OR
   NORTHEAST. A COUPLE OF TREES IN STAND OF TREES WERE TOPPED. A
   HOME ACROSS HIGHWAY 68 LOST TWO PORCH COLUMNS AND ATTACHED
   RAILINGS.

 

Christian County Events
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...PRELIMINARY DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FOR CHRISTIAN COUNTY
KENTUCKY...

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PRELIMINARY DAMAGE ASSESSMENT FOR THE TUESDAY
NIGHT/EARLY WEDNESDAY MORNING JANUARY 29TH-30TH 2013 STORM DAMAGE
EVENTS IN CHRISTIAN COUNTY KENTUCKY. THERE WERE A TOTAL OF 5
SEPARATE EVENTS.

EVENT NUMBER 1

* EVENT DATE - WEDNESDAY EARLY MORNING JANUARY 30TH 2013

* EVENT TIME - APPROXIMATELY 1:35 AM CST

* EVENT TYPE - MICROBURST

* EVENT LOCATION - 4 MILES SOUTH OF HERNDON TO 9 MILES
  EAST OF HERNDON OR 10 MILES SOUTHEAST OF HOPKINSVILLE.

* PEAK WIND - 100 MPH

* AVERAGE PATH WIDTH - 1 MILE

* PATH LENGTH - 10 MILES

* INJURIES - NONE

* FATALITIES - NONE

* DISCUSSION/DAMAGE - SEVERAL BARNS LEVELED OR HEAVILY DAMAGED.
  CENTER PIVOT IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT OVERTURNED. SHINGLES AND/OR
  SIDING DAMAGE TO SEVERAL HOMES. APPROXIMATELY 15 POWER LINE POLES
  SNAPPED ALONG U.S. HIGHWAY 41A AND OTHERS SNAPPED ALONG HIGHWAY
  117. DOZENS OF TREES UPROOTED.


EVENT NUMBER 2

* EVENT DATE - WEDNESDAY EARLY MORNING JANUARY 30TH 2013

* EVENT TIME - APPROXIMATELY 1:36 AM CST

* EVENT TYPE - EF2 TORNADO

* EVENT LOCATION - 3 MILES SOUTHEAST OF HERNDON TO 4.5
  MILES SOUTHEAST OF HERNDON.

* PEAK WIND - 120 MPH

* AVERAGE PATH WIDTH - 150 YARDS

* PATH LENGTH - 2 MILES

* INJURIES - NONE

* FATALITIES - NONE

* DISCUSSION/DAMAGE - 3 HOMES SUSTAINED MAJOR DAMAGE. A 2 STORY
  AMISH HOME HAD ITS ENTIRE ROOF SYSTEM REMOVED AND WINDOWS BLOWN
  OUT. 3 ADJACENT BARNS OR SHOPS WERE IMPACTED. A BLOCK BUILT MILK
  BARN COLLAPSED EXCEPT PART OF THE NORTH WALL. ANOTHER BARN WAS
  LEVELED AND THE ENTIRE ROOF OF A SHOP BUILDING WAS REMOVED.
  ADDITIONAL HOMES AND STRUCTURES SUSTAINED LESSER DAMAGE TO ROOFING
  AND WALLS. NUMEROUS TREES WERE SNAPPED OR UPROOTED.


EVENT NUMBER 3

* EVENT DATE - WEDNESDAY EARLY MORNING JANUARY 30TH 2013

* EVENT TIME - APPROXIMATELY 1:34 AM CST

* EVENT TYPE - MICROBURST

* EVENT LOCATION - 1/2 MILE EAST OF HERNDON TO 4 MILES EAST OF
  HERNDON

* PEAK WIND - 105 MPH

* AVERAGE PATH WIDTH - 300 YARDS

* PATH LENGTH - 3.5 MILES

* INJURIES - NONE

* FATALITIES - NONE

* DISCUSSION/DAMAGE - AN EMPTY GRAIN BIN WAS BLOWN APPROXIMATELY
  150 FEET. THE ROOF OF ONE SHOP WAS BLOWN OFF WITH PARTIAL ROOF
  REMOVAL OF SEVERAL OTHER BARNS AND SHOPS. DOZENS OF TREES UPROOTED.


EVENT NUMBER 4

* EVENT DATE - WEDNESDAY EARLY MORNING JANUARY 30TH 2013

* EVENT TIME - APPROXIMATELY 1:39 AM CST

* EVENT TYPE - EF1 TORNADO

* EVENT LOCATION - 8 MILES SOUTH OF HOPKINSVILLE ALONG U.S. HIGHWAY
  41A TO 7.5 MILES SOUTHEAST OF HOPKINSVILLE ON EAST SIDE OF
  PEMBROKE ROAD.

* PEAK WIND - 105 MPH

* AVERAGE PATH WIDTH - 175 YARDS

* PATH LENGTH - 6.5 MILES

* INJURIES - NONE

* FATALITIES - NONE

* DISCUSSION/DAMAGE - HUNDREDS OF TREES SNAPPED OR UPROOTED. ONE
  GRAIN BIN BLOWN 150 FEET. SEVERAL BARNS/SHEDS LEVELED. A COUPLE
  DOZEN POWER POLES BROKEN (LONG POND ROAD AND PEMBROKE ROAD). A FEW
  HOMES WITH MAINLY MINOR DAMAGE TO ROOFS.


EVENT NUMBER 5

* EVENT DATE - WEDNESDAY EARLY MORNING JANUARY 30TH 2013

* EVENT TIME - APPROXIMATELY 1:41 AM CST

* EVENT TYPE - MICROBURST

* EVENT LOCATION - 4 MILES EAST OF HOPKINSVILLE TO 8 MILES EAST OF
  HOPKINSVILLE.

* PEAK WIND - 95 MPH

* AVERAGE PATH WIDTH - 300 YARDS

* PATH LENGTH - 4 MILES

* INJURIES - NONE

* FATALITIES - NONE

* DISCUSSION/DAMAGE - TWO BARNS LEVELED WITH HEAVY DAMAGE TO WALL OR
  ROOFS OF SEVERAL OTHERS. DOZENS OF TREES UPROOTED.

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MICROBURST

...PRELIMINARY DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FOR SOUTHERN MUHLENBERG AND
NORTHERN TODD COUNTY KENTUCKY...

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PRELIMINARY DAMAGE ASSESSMENT FOR THE TUESDAY
NIGHT/EARLY WEDNESDAY MORNING JANUARY 29TH-30TH 2013 STORM DAMAGE
EVENTS IN SOUTHERN MUHLENBERG AND NORTHERN TODD COUNTY KENTUCKY.

EVENT NUMBER 1

* EVENT DATE - WEDNESDAY EARLY MORNING JANUARY 30TH 2013

* EVENT TIME - APPROXIMATELY 1:52 AM CST

* EVENT TYPE - MICROBURST

* EVENT LOCATION - BEGAN 3 MILES NORTHWEST OF ALLEGRE AND ENDED 1
  MILE NORTHEAST OF PENROD.

* PEAK WIND - 110 MPH

* AVERAGE PATH WIDTH - 1/3 MILE

* PATH LENGTH - 20 MILES 

* INJURIES - NONE

* FATALITIES - NONE

* DISCUSSION/DAMAGE - HUNDREDS TO THOUSANDS OF TREES...MANY
  LARGE...UPROOTED. NUMEROUS BARNS LEVELED OR DAMAGED. SEVERAL HOMES
  AND OTHER BUILDINGS WITH ROOFS...INCLUDING DECKING...PARTIALLY
  REMOVED. MANY OTHERS WITH MINOR DAMAGE INCLUDING PARTIAL SHINGLE
  REMOVAL AND SIDING DAMAGE.


PENROD EF-2 TORNADO


* EVENT DATE - WEDNESDAY EARLY MORNING JANUARY 30TH 2013

* EVENT TIME - APPROXIMATELY 2:00 AM CST

* EVENT TYPE - EF2 TORNADO

* EVENT LOCATION - BEGAN 4.5 MILES SOUTHWEST OF PENROD AND ENDED IN
  PENDROD.

* PEAK WIND - 120 MPH

* AVERAGE PATH WIDTH - 275 YARDS

* PATH LENGTH - 4.5 MILES

* INJURIES - NONE

* FATALITIES - NONE

* DISCUSSION/DAMAGE - HUNDREDS OF TREES...MANY LARGE...UPROOTED OR
  SNAPPED. ONE HOME WITH LARGE PORTIONS OF ROOF STRUCTURE...INCLUDING
  RAFTERS...COMPLETELY REMOVED WITH SEVERAL OTHERS WITH SHINGLES
  REMOVED AND SIDING DAMAGE. TWO MOBILE HOMES COMPLETELY DESTROYED.

GALATIA EF-2 TORNADO

...PRELIMINARY DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FOR GALATIA ILLINOIS IN
SALINE COUNTY...

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PRELIMINARY DAMAGE ASSESSMENT FOR THE TUESDAY
EVENING JANUARY 29TH 2013 EF-2 TORNADO IN GALATIA ILLINOIS.

* EVENT DATE - TUESDAY EVENING JANUARY 29TH 2013

* EVENT TIME - ESTIMATED 10:20 PM CST

* EVENT TYPE - EF-2 TORNADO

* EVENT LOCATION - BEGAN 10:16 PM CST JUST WEST OF NORTH PARK STREET IN
  GALATIA...AND ENDED JUST EAST OF MCKINLEY STREET IN GALATIA AT
  APPROXIMATELY 10:22 PM CST.

* PEAK WIND - 115 MPH

* AVERAGE PATH WIDTH - 100 YARDS

* PATH LENGTH - APPROXIMATELY 1 MILE

* INJURIES - 2 INJURIES. ONE PERSON WAS TRAPPED IN A MOBILE HOME
  WHEN A TREE FELL UPON THE HOME. THE OTHER PERSON INJURED FELL
  DURING THE EVENT. THIS WAS TWO DIFFERENT PEOPLE IN TWO DIFFERENT
  LOCATIONS.

* FATALITIES - NONE

* DISCUSSION/DAMAGE - BIGGEST DAMAGE WAS A HOUSE THAT HAD ITS
  ENTIRE ROOF REMOVED BY WIND...AND THEN 3 OUT OF THE 4 OF THE
  WALLS COLLAPSED. THE HOUSE WAS NOT STURDILY CONSTRUCTED HOWEVER.
  AN ADJACENT HOUSE HAD ITS ROOF DECKING DAMAGED. VERY LARGE
  (HUGE) TREES (12-14 FEET IN CIRCUMFERENCE) SNAPPED OFF AND
  UPROOTED. MACHINE SHED LEVELED. ANOTHER SHED ON EDGE OF PATH HAD
  ITS LARGE DOORS BLOWN OUT. WINDOWS WERE BLOWN OUT AND SHATTERED
  OUT OF A FEW HOUSES...AND SHINGLES AND DECKING WERE LIKEWISE
  BLOWN OFF A FEW HOUSES. ONE HOUSE LOST THEIR BRICK CHIMNEY AS IT
  WAS BLOWN OVER AND DAMAGED THE ROOF. A CARPORT WAS DEMOLISHED. A
  POLE BARN TYPE GARAGE WITH AWNING WAS DESTROYED.

 



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