[17][39] The tornado then reached its peak intensity as several well-built homes in a subdivision along Orchid Drive had roofs ripped off and multiple exterior walls collapsed, and numerous other homes sustained varying degrees of damage. A tornado snapped or felled multiple trees. A few small trees were snapped, and some tree limbs were broken as well. Mainly EF2 damage continued within the vicinity of MS 42 just southeast of Bassfield as multiple homes sustained partial to total roof loss, and a mobile home was rolled. A large squall line formed and tracked through the mid-Atlantic on April 13, prompting more tornado warnings and watches. [68] The 9-1-1 and emergency dispatch were disrupted throughout the city, and scattered debris obstructed ambulances from reaching hospitals. [109] Southern Baptist disaster relief agencies established relief operations centered in Soso, Mississippi, and Chattanooga, Tennessee. [35] The SPC had already outlined an Enhanced risk of severe weather along the U.S. East Coast from southeastern Georgia northward into northern Virginia and damaging winds and tornadoes were reported until the storms moved offshore. Multiple mobile homes were also destroyed in this area, and power poles were snapped. 75-80%. A large storage garage was completely swept away in this area as well. The tornado than crossed Lake Hartwell northwest of Clemson and produced some EF0 tree damage before lifting due-west of Central at 3:36 a.m. EDT (07:31 UTC). Hundreds of trees were snapped or uprooted and a few homes sustained minor damage. As the tornado tracked through Fort Oglethorpe, EF1 damage continued as a car wash was destroyed, a McDonald's was damaged, light poles were downed, and the front wall of a Sherwin-Williams paint store was blown in. At. Significant damage to several other homes, trailers, and vehicles also occurred in this area. Several tornadoes were responsible for prompting tornado emergencies, including the first one to be issued by the National Weather Service in Charleston, South Carolina. Severe weather outbreak expected Easter weekend NOAA’s Storm Prediction Center is warning that strong, long-tracked tornadoes will be possible on Sunday from Louisiana to Mississippi and Alabama. [7] Calm weather associated with the high-pressure area induced rapid warming of the Gulf of Mexico waters to their highest values in the modern record—greater than 2 °C (3.6 °F) above the 1971–2010 average—as well as a moistening of the air near the surface. [9], The first indications of organized severe weather came on April 8, when the Storm Prediction Center (SPC) outlined 15% probabilities for severe weather within 25 mi (40 km) of a point from central Texas eastward into the Florida Panhandle and eastern Georgia valid for April 11–12. This was the first of 12 tornadoes in a tornado family that traveled from. [41] The first area of damage occurred along Bassfield Cemetery Road and Bass Road, where trees and tree limbs were downed at EF0 to EF1 intensity. Metal buildings were damaged, and outbuildings were destroyed as well. Numerous well-built homes in this area had their roofs torn off and sustained collapse of their exterior walls, and numerous trees were snapped or denuded. The tornado then crossed the Ouachita River a third time and impacted neighborhoods along Business US 165 and LA 15 to the south of downtown Monroe, where a tornado emergency was issued. This tornado was spawned by the same circulation that produced the 05:06 UTC Bartow County tornado. [91] The Twin Cities recorded 5.1 in (130 mm) of snow, setting a new Easter Sunday record going back to 1891. One person was injured. An intermittent high-end EF1 tornado touched down in the Haws Run community and snapped, uprooted, and twisted numerous mature trees. This house was secured to its foundation with anchor bolts, which were found bent, though nearby trees did not sustain damage consistent with a tornado stronger than low-end EF4 strength. A brick shed, a vacant cinder-block business, and a cinder-block workshop building were completely destroyed. An area of downed trees was noted on satellite imagery in the. A jeep was tossed more than 150 yd (140 m), and a 10,000 lb (4,500 kg) camper was overturned. [128] With 12 significant (EF2+) tornadoes recorded statewide—eight of which were rated at EF3 or stronger—the outbreak set records for the greatest number of EF2+ tornadoes registered in a single day in South Carolina. The tornado killed five people in the hardest hit areas just south of Estill and in Nixville. In southwestern Cartersville, a large oak tree fell on a house, killing the sleeping occupant. [40], Crossing MS 35, the tornado again attained EF3 strength as the James Hill Church was completely leveled, a nearby home sustained collapse of its exterior walls, and trees were denuded and partially debarked. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted, several of which caused roof damage to buildings. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted, and one mobile home sustained minor to moderate roof damage. [92] Accumulations totaling to nearly a foot across portions of southern Minnesota caused multiple spinouts and crashes, principally along Interstate 35 south of the Twin Cities, Interstate 90 between Albert Lea and Rochester, and U.S. Highway 52 between Rochester and the Twin Cities. One home had most of its roof removed and an outer wall collapsed. Three people were injured. Numerous other homes in this area sustained roofing and window damage, and many trees and power poles were downed. [122] Widespread damage in Seneca, prompted a curfew for the city. Through the late morning hours of April 13, the line of intense thunderstorms continued eastward and intensified given marginal daytime heating, a steady stream of rich moisture, and intense low-level wind shear. This was the ninth of 12 tornadoes in a tornado family that traveled from. Widespread tree damage occurred, with numerous trees snapped at their trunks. A sheriff's deputy and his wife in Mississippi are among the dead after a tornado struck on Easter Sunday, part of a widespread deadly storm system leaving devastation across the South. Denuded and partially debarked trees, and debris from a mobile home that was obliterated by the EF4 tornado. 55-60%. EF4 damage to a two-story house to the northeast of Nixville, South Carolina. 60-65%. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted along a sporadic path. [55], The tornado was on the ground for 18 minutes, traveled 18.37 miles (29.56 km), was 1,500 yards (1,400 m) wide, and was rated EF3. Large swaths of trees were flattened along the path, some of which were partially debarked. Six people were injured. Tennessee Emergency Management Agency officials applied for a federal disaster assistance. The tornado strengthened further and reached EF3 strength as it moved through a wooded area near the Pearl River, where a log cabin was destroyed numerous trees were snapped and partially debarked. Thereafter, the tornado exited Fort Oglethorpe and continued to the northeast, weakening to EF0 intensity as it produced minor tree and roof damage intermittently. Multiple homes in this area had roofs torn off and a few of them also sustained some collapse of exterior walls. A mobile home was destroyed, a site-built home sustained heavy roof damage, the back wall of a church was collapsed, and numerous trees were snapped. [40], The massive tornado continued to grow in size, reaching its peak width of 2.25 mi (3.62 km) west of Seminary. A large metal building was also heavily damaged in this area before the tornado abruptly lifted and dissipated as it crossed an airport runway. A small metal truss transmission tower was blown over, and a metal industrial building sustained damage. A brief tornado destroyed a metal hog farm structure, lofting debris up to 0.4 mi (0.64 km) away. [60] The large tornado then crossed the Wells Highway and moved through residential areas of Seneca. One of those that lived in the home is in critical condition", "This photo was found by Michelle Gewalt at Randolph, AL. Widest tornado in Mississippi history struck on Easter 2020. Twin tornadoes developed with this one touching down first. An entire forest was leveled with significant debarking to some trees, while thousands to millions of other trees were damaged. Floodwaters inundated some businesses in Collinsville. A house sustained roof damage, a pivot irrigation sprinkler was flipped and thrown, and four chicken houses were damaged. [95] Daily snowfall records were set in Rochester and Eau Claire. It was also noted that a vehicle may have impacted the structure as the tornado struck. Due to these limiting factors, a high-end EF4 rating was applied as a result. In particular, many locations along the U.S. and Mexican Gulf coasts saw record warmest temperatures for the month. Many trees were snapped or uprooted, some of which landed on structures. The tornado then reached its peak intensity as a recently built cell tower was blown over and crumpled at high-end EF2 intensity. This cap was expected to weaken across central Mississippi,[20] while forecasters expressed more uncertainty about its longevity across southern Mississippi and Louisiana. [116] Jones County established a base of operations in Bassfield to coordinate relief efforts. This included a damaging rain-wrapped EF2 that struck a residential area at the southwestern outskirts of Boaz. [126], For the 24-hour period ending 12:00 UTC April 13, the National Weather Service issued 141 tornado warnings, the most in one day since the tornado outbreak of March 2–3, 2012. [26] Debris from the tornado was carried considerable distances, with a photo from a destroyed home in Moss being found 121 miles away in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, while another one was lofted and carried 176 miles from south of Collins, Mississippi to Randolph, Alabama. Damage to the residence was rated EF4. Here is a guide to the number of power outages in the area.2020 Easter Tornado Outbreak Power Outages. Data Central; 2020 Easter Tornado Outbreak Power Outages; 2020 Easter Tornado Outbreak Power Outages. List of United States tornadoes in April 2020, NWS Damage Survey for 04/12/20 Tornado Event - Update #2, NWS Damage Survey for 04/12/2020 Tornado Event, Eleven Tornadoes Confirmed in April 12th Event, NWS Damage Survey For 04/12/2020 Tornado Event- Final Update, NWS Damage Survey for 04/12/2020 Tornado & Damaging Wind Event. Tornado Outbreak of April 12, 2020 Event Summary for Central Alabama An upper-level low over the southwest United States evolved into a negatively-tilted shortwave trough as it moved over the southeastern United States. This was the seventh of 12 tornadoes in a tornado family that traveled from. The entire second story of a house was destroyed, another home had its garage collapsed and a large portion of its roof removed, while shingles and siding were ripped off of other homes. As the tornado continued to the northeast, it produced EF1 to EF2 damage as it approached and crossed US 49 to the northwest of Collins, downing many trees, some of which landed on homes and mobile homes. [56], After what was the deadliest day for tornadoes in South Carolina since the March 1984 outbreak, the Red Cross sheltered 236 displaced residents in hotels. [85] A total of 27 roads were closed throughout Sullivan County. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted as well. Mobile homes sustained minor damage, a small outbuilding was destroyed, and trees were snapped. Large steel support beams in a 22,500 sq ft (2,090 m. A cinder-block garage had its metal roof peeled off and cinder blocks shifted about halfway up its wall. Numerous trees were uprooted and an irrigation pivot was overturned. A tornado uprooted several trees and snapped tree limbs. A short-lived tornado snapped or uprooted numerous trees. The tornado then crossed over the Lena Expressway and destroyed another residence at EF3 intensity before reaching it maximum width of ~3⁄4 mile (1.2 km) and mowing down a large swath of trees and destroying a cell tower. An EF3 tornado was confirmed south of Thomaston to northwest of Redbone in Georgia. The tornado was on the ground for 15 minutes, traveled 16.71 miles (26.89 km), and reached a maximum width of 1,000 yards (910 m). A total of eight separate EF3 tornadoes were confirmed across Georgia and South Carolina during this portion of the outbreak. Some vehicles were flipped and thrown as well, and numerous trees were downed along the path, one of which fell onto a home. It then impacted another group of homes to north the of town on the Turner Expressway, heavily damaging or destroying them and killing three in the area. One home was pushed off its foundation into the middle of a road, leaving it largely intact. [75], Farther north in Tennessee, a 33-year-old woman was swept away and drowned by rushing water at a bridge in Kimball. [93] State patrol reported 140 crashes, 126 vehicle that spun out, and 6 semi-trucks that jackknifed on slippery roads. [23] Based on previous storm structures in similar environments, the SPC remarked that "this is an exceptionally rare event" and estimated tornadic winds of 170–205 mph (274–330 km/h) on the first supercell, consistent with a tornado of EF4 or EF5 intensity. The bride in the picture is Heather Lail. A Jet stream also sw… A tornado snapped or uprooted numerous trees. [112] At emergency shelters, masks and gloves were provided to residents. Multiple pivot irrigation systems were overturned, power poles were snapped, and grain silos and outbuildings were damaged. [106] State of emergencies were declared in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama,[107] Georgia,[108] and South Carolina. [110], In heavy-hit Monroe, Louisiana, the National Guard was deployed to assist in debris removal. Several homes sustained minor shingle, soffit, and fascia damage. Two homes sustained minor roof damage. A house suffered moderate roof damage and another was swept off its foundation and blown 60 ft (18 m) away, leaving the structure heavily damaged. [119][120], On April 14, Chattanooga, Tennessee, was toured by the state's governor, Bill Lee; it marked the second time the governor had surveyed tornado damage in a little over a month following the deadly tornado outbreak of March 2–3, 2020. The tornado continued into the Pine Log Wildlife Management Area where 60–70 trees were downed before it dissipated. A dairy farm suffered extensive damage, with most structures losing their roofs. Multiple homes and mobile homes sustained minor roof damage, and motor home was overturned. ...NWS Damage Survey For 4/12/2020 Tornado Event- Update #4... 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This structure was not well-anchored, and a high-end EF3 rating was applied to the restaurant. It damaged a double-wide office trailer, a metal storage building, a few mobile homes, power lines, and trees in and around the community of Sampit. [26] A tornado emergency was extended east-northeast downwind of the storm for Seminary and Collins, Mississippi; one of several issued for the storm. The total number of tornadoes confirmed from the outbreak is 140 over the course of 37 hours and 24 minutes. Several chicken houses were destroyed, dozens of trees were uprooted, and a shed was damaged. A manufactured home was obliterated, frame homes had roofs ripped off and exterior walls collapsed, and multiple vehicles were thrown and rolled along this segment of the path, and most of the damage was rated EF3. EF1 tree and outbuilding damage continued along the remainder of the path and through the rural community of Paulding until the tornado dissipated along County Road 31 to the south of Rose Hill. The tornado continued to the east of town, completely destroying a mobile home and heavily damaging a few frame homes. Cars in this area were thrown and mangled, and several homes sustained EF2 to EF3 damage, sustaining roof and exterior wall loss. [22] Farther south, two distinct supercells developed within an environment where long-tracked, significant tornadoes were favored, both exhibiting extremely strong rotation and distinct debris signatures. A list of rainfall reports can be found here: tinyurl.com/qtjqa5b. An outbreak of severe weather occurred on Easter Sunday, April 12, 2020. Trees were snapped or uprooted. The tornado then began to weaken and narrow as it continued north, where it destroyed or damaged multiple chicken houses along Jim Petty Road. For weeks throughout March and into April, an expansive area of high pressure built across the Southeast United States,[6] contributing to abnormally warm temperatures across much of the country. By the pre-dawn hours of April 12, mid-level cooling associated with the feature overspread the Edwards Plateau, Hill Country, and much of central Texas. [40], The tornado was on the ground for 10 minutes, traveled 8.88 miles (14.29 km), had a maximum width of 860 yards (790 m), and was given a rating of high-end EF2. [17] In advance of the line, a lifting warm front aided in the formation of a very moist, highly unstable, and highly sheared environment across and northeastern Louisiana and much of Mississippi. As a cluster of storms across central Mississippi progressed toward the northeast, it began to reintensify and develop embedded supercell characteristics with an attendant threat of strong tornadoes. A trailer was tipped over at LA 34 before the tornado reached EF2 strength as it moved into West Monroe. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted and irrigation pivots were overturned. A small and poorly-anchored home was swept away and completely destroyed. It then entered the East Brainerd area and crossed East Brainerd Road, rapidly becoming strong and producing EF3 damage. A brief tornado snapped numerous trees within a broader area of straight-line winds. [113], Of Mississippi's 82 counties, 33 reported damage from the tornado and severe weather event. Hundreds of residences and some businesses in Walterboro were damaged by tornadic winds or fallen trees, including a large tree that fell onto a home, killing an occupant. Several trees were snapped or uprooted as well. Outbuildings and vehicles were also damaged or destroyed. Power poles in this area were snapped, metal trusses were broken at a paper mill, and a wood chip conveyor belt was blown over. [40] The tornado quickly intensified as it continued to the northeast and crossed Ray Hathorn Road and South Williamsburg Road, reaching EF2 strength as it snapped and uprooted numerous large trees. The tornado moved through a residential subdivision, snapping or uprooting numerous trees. At least three farm buildings and a large silo were damaged on a farm property. Fourteen people were injured. 65-70%. [55] Throughout the Chattanooga metropolitan area, 2,718 properties sustained damage, of which 254 were destroyed and 259 had major damage. McMaster issues state of emergency after severe weather in SC", "City of Seneca says curfew will go into effect Monday night following deadly storms", "More tornadoes possible after SC was just hit by at least 16, weather officials say", "FEMA to survey tornado damage; storm losses now estimated at almost $3M", "Estimates for storm damage cost top $1M", "My unofficial data has 141 Tornado Warnings issued by the @NWS for the 12z to 12z (7 AM CDT) period ending this morning (13 April 2020). Two people were injured. Severe wind reports during the severe weather outbreak of April 12-13, 2020. Several homes had their roof blown off and an unanchored mobile home was flipped off its foundation. [116] With a declaration already in effect for COVID-19, this is believed to be the first instance of concurrent federal disaster declarations in state history. Continuing northeast of Moss, the tornado began to weaken, producing EF1 to EF2 damage. [40], The tornado then reached its peak strength as it tore through the rural community of Cantwell Mill, where a large, anchor-bolted cabin was completely swept away and reduced to a bare slab, with little debris recovered. [30] An EF3 tornado embedded within the main line of storms killed two people in the eastern suburbs and neighborhoods of Chattanooga, Tennessee. ... On Easter Sunday, they listened to an audio feed of their church service while huddled indoors. [26][40], Remaining on the ground for 84.1 mi (135.3 km), this was the longest-tracked tornado of the outbreak. [70] Additional damage was inflicted to structures such as greenhouses, poultry farms, sheds, barns, and docks. Sporadic EF1 damage was observed as the tornado proceeded to cross Powell Avenue, where homes sustained partial roof loss and trees were damaged. Several homes and mobile homes had metal roofing peeled back or decking exposed. Hundreds of softwood-type trees were snapped, dozens of homes were damaged, and two vehicles were thrown 100 yards. Two single-wide manufactured homes were destroyed. [96][97] Winds exceeding gale threshold backed up waters on the Fox and East rivers, causing minor flooding in Green Bay. This is the largest number of warnings since 285 on 2-3 March 2012. Many homes in this area sustained EF2 to EF3 damage, with roofs ripped off and exterior walls collapsed. 1 death – A tornado touched down west-southwest of Cartersville and caused minor damage to a small business and downed fences. Damage severity then began to quickly lessen, and the damage path narrowed as the tornado passed through the north edge of Utica and directly into the Jordania community. Damage was primarily limited to snapped or uprooted trees, though one home sustained minor roof and porch damage. For Easter Sunday, the Deep South moves front and center, with tornadoes, widespread damaging winds and large hail possible from … [40], This tornado was on the ground for 21.21 mi (34.13 km) and reached a peak width of 1,320 yd (1,210 m), killing four people and injuring at least three others. A brief tornado caused minor structural damage and extensive tree damage. A, 1 death – Many hundreds of trees were snapped or uprooted by this high-end EF1 tornado. A mobile home had its roof ripped off, and a small cabin had a portion of its roof ripped off as well. EF2 to EF3 damage continued through the Holly Hills neighborhood where additional trees were snapped, power poles were downed, and many homes and apartment buildings sustained roof and exterior wall loss. Some of these trees landed on and damaged homes. [123] A medium-security prison in Hampton County, South Carolina, was directly impacted by an EF4 tornado, with resultant damage so severe that occupying inmates were relocated to Pennsylvania. [19], A weather balloon launch from Jackson, Mississippi, at 18:00 UTC revealed the presence of a capping inversion across the region. A mobile home had its roof torn off and was pushed off its foundation. Vehicles were moved and damaged and power poles were snapped. Power was restored to all homes capable of receiving power in Jones, Walthall, and Yazoo counties by April 18. [11] Historically, the SPC issues one day-3 moderate risk every year, and half of those over the previous decade were later upgraded to High risk, the highest threat level. Many trees were knocked down or uprooted from the tornado in Chattanooga, TN on April 13, 2020. [76] Nashville recorded a daily rainfall record of 2.23 in (57 mm). A, Many trees were snapped or uprooted, and a two-ton wood crate container was lifted and overturned. This was the 10th of 12 tornadoes in a tornado family that traveled from, Twin tornadoes developed with this one touching down second. [113] Through April 20, Chattanooga public works removed 3,890 tons of debris from the city. Easter Sunday turned deadly in the U.S. South after a wave of violent tornadoes tore through the region. A cinder-block automotive business sustained uplift of its roof and partial collapse of its walls, and a home sustained roof and exterior wall loss. It was at a family member's home in Collins, MS, hit by an EF-4 tornado Sunday. An auto-parts store in this area was almost entirely leveled, with only part of one exterior wall left standing. A waterspout moved onshore over Oak Island and caused minor damage to roofs, siding, and trees. 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