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Stormy Western U.S.

An active and complex weather pattern is in store this weekend through next week, as multiple storms track from West Coast to East Coast. The activity starts today as a vigorous system moves through north-central California into the Intermountain West with rain, perhaps a few thunderstorms and heavy mountain snow. This system will move into the Upper Midwest tomorrow with a swath of heavy snow. Read More >

December 9-10, 2012  Tornadoes

 
Tornado Track Map

 The map below shows the locations of surveyed tornado tracks as determined by the National Weather Service Office in Jackson. The graphic is followed by a separate table detailing each surveyed tornado track. Maps for individual tornadoes can be found on those subsequent pages

Event Track Map

Survey Information

 

Location Start/
End Time
Event Type/
Max Winds
Fatalities/
Injuries
Path Length Path Width
Lamar County
3 SSE Purvis
Sun 12/9
4:15 pm
EF-0 Tornado
85 mph
none 0.1 mi 50 yds
Jones County
8 SE Laurel
Sun 12/9
5:20 pm
EF-0 Tornado
85 mph
none 0.1 mi 50 yds
Marion County
6 SW Columbia to 5 SW Columbia
Mon 12/10
8:19 am -
8:25 am
EF-1 Tornado
100 mph
none

3 mi(in Marion County)
20 total miles

100 yds

 

 

Local Storm Reports

Click on the map below for additional details.

 

Local Storm Reports
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Rainfall Totals

The map below displays two-day rainfall amounts from 5:00 am December 9th to 5:00 a.m. December 11. Rainfall totals of 1 1/2 to 2 inches were common across the area. Isolated locations received 3 to 4 inches

.Rainfall Reports