A powerful storm system moving over the Gulf states brought numerous severe thunderstorms and several tornadoes to central Alabama. A developing low and associated cold front led to several rounds of strong thunderstorms in central Alabama and a scattered tornado in the central part of the state. The powerful storm system, which developed from a low pressure system over the Atlantic off the coasts of North Carolina and South Carolina, caused severe storms with gusts of up to 60 mph and one or two tornadoes in some areas. An upper-level high pressure system - a low pressure system - moving over and around the Gulf States caused the surface to deepen and the associated cold front to form, causing numerous strong to severe thunderstorms with isolated tornadoes in central Alabama.
A tornado, the second of which originated from the same supercell, began in the central part of the state around 2: 30 pm ET. The tornado moved further northeast and moved from east to west in a northeastern direction. The tornado did cause significant damage but did not cause any damage to homes or businesses in central Alabama, according to Alabama State Police.
According to the Cross survey, 608 homes were destroyed, 556 suffered major damage, 810 had minor damage and 815 minor damage. Numerous homes and mobile homes were destroyed and several homes or caravans were destroyed or damaged, including a well worth $250,000. Several homes in Corona suffered significant damage and several mobile homes were damaged or destroyed west of Oakman, the US Geological Survey said.
The commercial buildings were converted into residential buildings and considerable damage was caused to commercial and residential buildings and a commercial building. Nine of the deaths occurred in mobile homes and one in an apartment building, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Although no deaths or injuries were known to have been directly caused by the tornado, a 50-year-old woman died after slipping and falling while walking into a storm shelter. The tornado crossed Interstate 20 and moved through an uninhabited area before crossing the intersection of Locking Road and Sprayberry Road, where numerous homes and other structures were damaged or destroyed, including a building belonging to the Volunteer Fire Department. He eventually damaged the couple's home in Sprayberries Street at about 3.17pm.
Several houses and buildings were badly damaged, and a local gas station was blown up by the ceiling. Oneonta High School suffered significant damage to the roof of its building, and two concession stands were destroyed. The storm then moved over Interstate 20, where some buildings suffered light to moderate roof damage with damaged awnings and broken windows.
The F2 category-2 tornado started as a low-level tornado on the west side of Interstate 65 near the intersection of I-65 and Interstate 20. As the tornado approached the East-West corridor of the city of Oneonta and then the North-South corridor, it increased in intensity and caused significant damage to several structures. The tornado moved eastward, causing property damage, including several homes and mobile homes.
As the tornado crossed the CR 23 - 54, it destroyed a number of other buildings, including the fire brigade. The tornado caused significant damage in the city of Oneonta and several homes and businesses in the area. We have seen extensive fire damage, extensive power outages and, in some areas, significant water damage.
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