Tornado Path - Near Verona to SE Greene county

Sunday March 12th, 2006

F-Scale: F3 between Nixa and Clever

Path Length: ~40 miles     Width: 1/4 to 1/2 mile     

Time: 1008 - 1100 P.M.

Track Map

Tornado Tracks for Verona to SE Greene county

Radar Images

Reflectivity Images

Wind Velocity Images

 Lawrence Radar Reflectivity
10:10 P.M.

 Lawrence Radar Velocity
10:10 P.M.

 Christian Radar Reflectivity
10:41 P.M.

Christian Radar Velocity 
10:41 P.M.

 Greene Radar Reflectivity
10:54 P.M.

 Greene Radar Velocity
10:54 P.M.

Event Summary

National Weather Service damage survey teams determined that a tornado touched down in
southern Lawrence county about one mile north northeast of Verona and tracked east
northeastward crossing into western Christian county just north of Marionville.  The storm then
tracked across northwestern Christian county before crossing into southern Greene county just
south of Galloway . It then continued northeastward across southern Greene county eventually
lifting between AD highway and D highway just west of the Greene-Webster county line in Greene
county. 
 

The tornado touched down at approximately 1000 pm and remained on the ground for just under an
hour lifting at approximately 1100 pm. The majority of the damage along the path of the tornado was
f0 to f1 intensity and mostly to trees. The majority of homes in the damage swath sustained anywhere
from 25 percent to 75 percent roof damage as well as damage to exterior walls. A mobile home
was rolled across the highway west of Marionville and two homes were totally destroyed north of Clever.
The majority of the damage in Greene county was confined to trees and power lines...however there was
some structural damage to homes near the Greene-Christian county line. 


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