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April 25-26, 2011 Severe Storms

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Humphreys County Microburst
Counties: Humphreys
Date: April 26, 2011
Time: 12:15 AM CST
Winds: 80-100 mph
Damage Path Length: 7.5 miles
Damage Path Width: Up to 1.5 miles
Fatalities: 0
Injuries 0

SHAMBURGER (2015): Despite a NWS storm survey being conducted for this microburst, it is not included in official NCDC or Storm Data records. The NWS storm survey, along with radar imagery and aerial imagery from Google Earth, indicated this microburst began in Benton County, then crossed the Tennessee River into New Johnsonville before ending around 1.5 miles northeast of the Denver community. Thousands of trees were snapped or uprooted in a general southwest to northeast direction along the south and east sides of New Johnsonville in a swath up to 1.5 miles wide, and several homes received roof damage especially in the Woodlawn Road area.


New Johnsonville Downburst map New Johnsonville tree damage