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Rain Continues in Texas; Temperature Anomalies Continue

Showers and storms capable of producing localized flooding will persist across Texas through the weekend, with a focus of heavy rainfall along the middle and southern Texas coast. Heavy rain, at times, in central Texas will exacerbate ongoing flooding. Near record low daily high temperatures continue across the East and South, while the West remain warmer than average. Read More >

 
Overview

TOTAL TORNADO COUNT = 9

EF0 = 1
EF1 = 7
EF2 = 1
 
TOR. # START POINT END
POINT
RATING PEAK WIND START TIME END TIME LENGTH/
WIDTH
FATALITIES/
INJURIES
REMARKS
#1  3 miles WSW of De Kalb, Bowie County, TX 4 miles NW of De Kalb, Bowie County, TX EF0 75-85 mph 3:06pm CST 3:10pm CST 3.26 miles/
75 yards
None The roof was partially removed from a mobile homes along County Road 4251. Several trees were also snapped before the tornado lifted along CR 3306.
  1 mile WNW of De Kalb, Bowie County, TX De Kalb, Bowie County, TX Straight-line
wind damage
70-80 mph 3:09pm CST 3:10pm CST n/a None A Rear-Flank Downdraft caused sporadic wind damage in the city of De Kalb. Several trees were uprooted, numerous homes withstood light shingle damage, a light pole at the city park was snapped, and the metal roof from one of the downtown buildings was lifted off.
 #2 2.52 miles W of Gilmer, Upshur County, TX 7.31 miles N of Gilmer, Upshur County, TX EF1 90-100 mph 3:24pm CST 3:27pm CST 8.64 miles/
1338 yards
None This tornado uprooted and snapped several trees between State Highway 154 and Lavender Road. Two homes were damaged by falling trees and a few outbuildings lost some metal roof panels.
#3 2 miles E of Patmos, Hempstead County, AR 3 miles ENE of Patmos, Hempstead County, AR EF1 95-105 mph 3:36pm CST 3:37pm CST 0.90 miles/
350 yards
None A roof was partially removed from a mobile home along Arkansas State Highway 355. The tornado continued north and snapped several trees before lifting along Hempstead County Road 9.
  4 miles NE of Foreman, Little River County, AR 4.5 miles NNE of Foreman, Little River County, AR Straight-line
wind damage
70-80 mph 4:20pm CST 4:22pm CST n/a None Damage consisted of several trees either uprooted or snapped to the NE and NNE of Foreman. One single-wide manufactured home had partial lifting of its metal roof. Two outbuildings were totally destroyed. The damage was mostly concentrated near the intersection of CR 153 and State Hwy 108, as well as CR 345 and CR 51.
#4 3.14 miles SE of Willisville, Nevada County, AR 1.85 miles ENE of Willisville, Nevada County, AR EF1 95-105 mph 4:36pm CST 4:44pm CST 3.88 miles/
353 yards
None Numerous trees were snapped and uprooted. Several outbuildings were destroyed, and several homes had minor to moderate roof damage.
 #5 6.6 miles NNE of Marshall, Harrison County, TX 5 miles SSE of Jefferson, Harrison County, TX EF2 110-120 mph 4:39pm CST 4:51pm CST 7.83 miles/
300 yards
None This tornado snapped and uprooted trees along Suburban Acres Road before moving north where it damaged homes and outbuildings along Farm-to-Market Road 1793. Two mobile homes were completely destroyed along FM 1793. Several more homes and outbuildings were damaged along Blackjack Road and Pope City Road as the tornado continued north. The tornado lifted along FM 134 just before reaching the Little Cypress Bayou.
 #6 9.0 miles SE of Linden, Cass County, TX 9.0 miles SE of Linden, Cass County, TX EF1 85-95 mph 5:09pm CST 5:11pm CST 1.30 miles/
200 yards
None Several trees were snapped and uprooted along Farm-to-Market Road 125.
#7 3.87 miles NE of Longwood, Caddo Parish, LA 3.87 miles NE of Longwood, Caddo Parish, LA EF1 95-105 mph 8:10pm CST 8:11pm CST 0.09 miles/
40.6 yards
None The primary damage with this tornado consisted of snapped and uprooted trees, although the skirting of a mobile had some minor damage.
#8 1.92 miles NNE of Blanchard, Caddo Parish, LA 4.09 miles NNE of Blanchard, Caddo Parish, LA EF1 95-105 mph 8:16pm CST 8:20pm CST 2.27 miles/
143.5 yards
None This tornado moved through two mobile home parks. One of the mobile homes was lifted off its foundation and a tree was sent through another. Several homes lost roofing material or had damage to their skirts. One outbuilding was destroyed and two were damaged.
#9 4.5 miles SW of Homer, Claiborne Parish, LA 4.4 miles SW of Homer, Claiborne Parish, LA EF1 80-90 mph 11:10pm CST 11:11pm CST 0.17 miles/
21 yards
None Several trees were uprooted along and north of Dutchtown Road.

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