...Early Season Outbreak of Tornadoes Tear Through the Ozarks...

An outbreak of severe thunderstorms and tornadoes hit the Missouri Ozark during the
afternoon and evening hours on March 12th, 2006. Numerous supercell thunderstorms
moved across the region spawning more than a dozen tornadoes...killing 2 people in
the Ozarks region...injuring more than 30 people...and damaging or destroying more
than 550 homes. For more detailed information on the tornadoes check out the links
below:
 .Southeast Lawrence into Southern Greene county
.Webster into Wright and Laclede counties
.Gravois Mills and Benton/Morgan county tornadoes
.Vernon, Cedar, Hickory, and St. Clair county tornadoes
.Newton county tornadoes
.Southern Stone County tornado

March 12th, 2006 Tornado Tracks

March 12th, 2006 Tornado Tracks
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Additional Information
.Public Information Statement Detailing Ozark Tornadoes
.Local Storm Report of March 12th Tornadoes
.Local Storm Report from March 12th Severe Weather Outbreak
.NWS Pleasant Hill (Kansas City) Tornado Outbreak Information
.NWS St. Louis Tornado Outbreak Information

.NWS Storm Prediction Center's Synoptic Overview Information

 


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