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Seminole County, GA

Date Time (LST) F/EF-Scale Length (Miles) Maximum Width (Yards) Fatalities Injuries Property Damage Source*
4/1/1948 300 am F2 15 200 0 9 n/a G

Moved ENE from south of Reynoldsville, where a home was destroyed and trees were uprooted. After a dozen miles of timber damage, the tornado unroofed and tore apart homes near Bainbridge.

4/18/1969 715 am F2 2 233 0 0 $25,000 SD, SPC
2/7/1971 800 am F2 20.6 300 0 2 $250,000 G, SD, SPC

Skipped ENE, passing near Iron City and Eldorendo. Several homes were torn apart near those two towns. Barns were destroyed and trailers were overturned.

3/16/1972 1010 am F1 0.5 100 0 0 $25,000 SD, SPC
1/12/1975 1245 pm F2 38 100 0 0 $25,000 G, SD, SPC

Skipped NE from near Reynoldsville, Yates Springs, and ending NE of Camilla. Buildings were destroyed at the Bainbridge Industrial Park, but most of the damage was to homes and forests in Mitchell County. About 100 frame homes were damaged, as were 50 mobile homes.

3/6/1996 300 pm F1 0.5 50 0 1 $100,000 SD, SPC

A tornado struck a peanut farm building doing serious damage. Parts of the roof were thrown a half mile. One person was injured and required hospitalization. Several vehicles were thrown.

3/22/2005 132 pm F2 3 1000 1 8 $1,500,000 SD, SPC

A tornado touched down just south of U.S. Highway 84. It destroyed seven mobile homes and damaged 17 others. Many trees and power lines were down. A woman was killed when the tornado demolished her mobile home. Eight people suffered minor injuries. The storm survey was conducted by the NWS Tallahassee WCM and SOO. F34MH

*Sources

G - Grazulis, T. P., 1993: Significant Tornadoes 1680-1991.  A Chronology and Analysis of Events. Environmental Films, Tornado Project, St. Johsnbury, VT.
SD - National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 1950-2009: Storm Data. National Climatic Data Center, Asheville, NC.
SPC - Storm Prediction Center Database