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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 >

May 25, 2015: Winston County EF-0 Tornado


Event Summary
This brief weak tornado began along MS Highway 14 in western Winston County, moving to the northeast and ending along rural Dempsey Road. Along the path multiple trees were uprooted and large limbs were blown out of several trees. A small boat was lifted and tossed several yards, and water was lifted into the air from a pond.

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Estimated Maximum Wind: 80 mph
Fatalities/Injuries: none
Damage Path Length: 0.95 miles
Maximum Path Width: 25 yards
Approximate Start Point/Time:

7.0 W Louisville
10:19 am

Approximate End Point/Time:

7.0 W Louisville
10:21 am