One home sustained roof damage and a nearby shed was destroyed with debris scattered 100 yd (91 m) away. [114][115] On April 18, President Donald Trump approved federal disaster declarations for Covington, Jefferson Davis, and Jones counties in Mississippi. A strip mall was severely damaged, with a barbecue restaurant on the east side of the building completely destroyed. 70-75%. Severe wind reports during the severe weather outbreak of April 12-13, 2020. A high-end EF1 tornado moved directly through Carbon Hill, where considerable damage to homes and some businesses occurred, a few of which had large portions of their roofs ripped off. A brief tornado snapped or uprooted 50 trees. Damage in Pachuta consisted of trees downed and minor roof damage. A brief tornado downed multiple trees, some of which fell on power lines. A few mobile homes were heavily damaged, a truck was overturned onto its side, and trees and fences were downed. [113] Through April 20, Chattanooga public works removed 3,890 tons of debris from the city. Later, more severe storms formed over the Appalachian Mountains and moved into the Northeast megalopolis, where a Slight risk had been issued. Several power poles and trees were snapped, and multiple outbuildings were destroyed. The total number of tornadoes confirmed from the outbreak is 140 over the course of 37 hours and 24 minutes. Several trees in a remote and forested area were downed. [40], This tornado was on the ground for 21.21 mi (34.13 km) and reached a peak width of 1,320 yd (1,210 m), killing four people and injuring at least three others. It first touched down along Price Road in Lawrence County, Mississippi, east-southeast of the small community of Topeka. Multiple buildings were severely damaged at the Grace Baptist Academy as well. [40], The tornado then reached its peak strength as it tore through the rural community of Cantwell Mill, where a large, anchor-bolted cabin was completely swept away and reduced to a bare slab, with little debris recovered. [116] With a declaration already in effect for COVID-19, this is believed to be the first instance of concurrent federal disaster declarations in state history. It quickly became strong as it moved northeast, crossed Old Orangeburg Road, and impacted Federal Correctional Institution, Estill, which was significantly damaged. Numerous trees were snapped and partially debarked, and two homes sustained collapse of their exterior walls in this area, while two others had much of their roofs ripped off. A brief tornado impacted Lake Providence, causing minor roof, facade, and window damage to homes, apartment buildings, and businesses in town. A tornado caused extensive damage to trees along its path. [55] Throughout the Chattanooga metropolitan area, 2,718 properties sustained damage, of which 254 were destroyed and 259 had major damage. It tracked across swampy terrain and damaged numerous trees. However, one small pocket of low-end EF4 damage occurred along Cold Springs Road, where a well-built brick house was almost entirely leveled. EF1 tree and outbuilding damage continued through the northwestern corner of Jones County and the southwestern corner of Smith County, and a church sustained some damage along this segment of the path as well. An outbreak of severe weather occurred on Easter Sunday, April 12, 2020. It was also noted that a vehicle may have impacted the structure as the tornado struck. Hundreds of softwood-type trees were snapped, dozens of homes were damaged, and two vehicles were thrown 100 yards. A house along Rayborn Lane sustained EF1 roof damage, and two nearby sheds were damaged as well. The tornado strengthened further and reached EF3 strength as it moved through a wooded area near the Pearl River, where a log cabin was destroyed numerous trees were snapped and partially debarked. This tornado was spawned by the same circulation that produced the 07:18 UTC Putnam County tornado. For Easter Sunday, the Deep South moves front and center, with tornadoes, widespread damaging winds and large hail possible from … Trees were snapped or uprooted as well, some of which landed on houses. Continuing northeast of Moss, the tornado began to weaken, producing EF1 to EF2 damage. It reached a peak width of 2,040 yd (1,870 m), and resulted in at least two injuries, but no fatalities. A tornado caused extensive tree damage near Fredericksburg. Tornado Outbreak of April 12, 2020 Event Summary for Central Alabama An upper-level low over the southwest United States evolved into a negatively-tilted shortwave trough as it moved over the southeastern United States. A brief tornado destroyed a small shed and uprooted several trees. [99], Powerful winds associated with the parent storm system impacted much of the Northeastern United States on April 13. North-northeast of Pachuta, the tornado finally dissipated at County Road 320, after causing some additional minor EF0 tree limb damage. ... — National Weather Service (@NWS) April 17, 2020. [77] Heavy rainfall fell throughout the Tennessee Valley in the wake of the wettest first three months of any year on record, causing the Chickamauga Dam and Watts Bar Lake to climb about 1.5 ft (0.46 m) above normal summertime pool levels. It was rated mid-range EF3. [10] These threat areas were later refined with the introduction of a day-3 moderate risk, the fourth of five threat levels, across northeastern Louisiana through central Alabama on April 10. [26], Six minutes after the first EF4 tornado lifted far southwest of Bassfield, the same parent supercell thunderstorm produced another violent, long-tracked wedge tornado that touched down just south-southwest of the town. A brief tornado snapped hundreds softwood trees. [28] A high-end EF2 tornado spawned by an isolated supercell thunderstorm ahead of the main complex carved a path northwest of Chatsworth, Georgia and through the small community of Sumac, killing eight people. Gray Television itself donated $10,000. [118] Local news agencies under the Mississippi Gray Television network—WLBT, WDAM, WLOX, WMC, and WTOK—established a fundraiser with the Red Cross. The tornado continued to inflict minor tree damage to the northeast of here before dissipating at 6:37 a.m. EDT (10:37 UTC), to the north-northeast of Fechtig near the Hampton-Colleton County line. [30] An EF3 tornado embedded within the main line of storms killed two people in the eastern suburbs and neighborhoods of Chattanooga, Tennessee. [27] This feature continued into northwestern Georgia, maintaining its well-defined structure in spite of a marginally unstable environment. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted. A brief tornado destroyed a metal hog farm structure, lofting debris up to 0.4 mi (0.64 km) away. A high-end EF1 tornado caused considerable damage to buildings at a sawmill. A mobile home was destroyed in this area, a small frame home had its roof torn off and sustained partial exterior wall collapse, and numerous trees were snapped. A cinder-block automotive business sustained uplift of its roof and partial collapse of its walls, and a home sustained roof and exterior wall loss. Two homes sustained minor roof damage, and several trees were uprooted. One home in this area had a large portion of its roof torn off. At. [14][15] This storm complex progressed across northern Louisiana through the late morning and early afternoon hours, and embedded circulations within the line began producing strong tornadoes, contributing to multiple tornado debris signatures visible on radar. 1 death – A tornado touched down west-southwest of Cartersville and caused minor damage to a small business and downed fences. Trees were snapped or uprooted. [18] Accordingly, the SPC issued a particularly dangerous situation tornado watch into the late evening hours. A nearby brick house was leveled with only a pile of debris remaining, though it was not well-anchored, and a high-end EF3 rating was applied at that location. This cap was expected to weaken across central Mississippi,[20] while forecasters expressed more uncertainty about its longevity across southern Mississippi and Louisiana. A house along Matthews Road had much of its roof torn off, and a nearby vehicle was rolled down a hill and badly mangled. A double-wide mobile home was completely obliterated along Tynes Ainsworth Road, with the metal frame lofted and thrown 150 yd (140 m). Damage was primarily limited to snapped or uprooted trees, though one home sustained minor roof and porch damage. EF1 damage continued as the tornado crossed into Clarke County and struck the town of Pachuta. A total of 24 other people were injured. Large swaths of trees were flattened along the path, some of which were partially debarked. 60-65%. [75], Farther north in Tennessee, a 33-year-old woman was swept away and drowned by rushing water at a bridge in Kimball. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted, several of which caused roof damage to buildings. [123] A medium-security prison in Hampton County, South Carolina, was directly impacted by an EF4 tornado, with resultant damage so severe that occupying inmates were relocated to Pennsylvania. At least 1,200 homes and 75 businesses were damaged or destroyed and losses exceeded $10 million. This high–end EF3 tornado initially touched down near Stonewall Drive to the south-southeast of Westminster around 3:21 a.m. EDT (07:21 UTC) on April 13. A house farther away from the center of the path sustained severe roof damage as well. EF2 damage to trees and power poles continued through unpopulated areas of northwestern Marion County until the tornado crossed River Road and Cooper Road, where EF1 tree damage occurred. 399k in #NorthCarolina, 391k in #SouthCarolina, 353k in #Texas, 243k #Alabama, 226k #Virginia, 204k #Arkansas", "No hugs or handshakes: Pandemic complicates storm relief", "6 dead, half a million without power as storms batter South", "Kemp declares state of emergency for severe weather damage", "McMaster declares state of emergency for Monday's severe weather event", "Disaster relief crews deal with tornadoes during COVID-19", "April 15: Monroe officials address tornado aftermath", "Drax Biomass donates $30,000 to help communities affected by COVID-19 and Easter tornadoes", "Tornado Outbreak Tears Across the South, Killing 33", "Mississippi disaster declaration approved for Easter storms", "Mississippi tornadoes: What we know about the April 19 storms. Several trees were downed and large tree limbs were broken off by a brief tornado. List of United States tornadoes in April 2020, NWS Damage Survey for 04/12/20 Tornado Event - Update #2, NWS Damage Survey for 04/12/2020 Tornado Event, Eleven Tornadoes Confirmed in April 12th Event, NWS Damage Survey For 04/12/2020 Tornado Event- Final Update, NWS Damage Survey for 04/12/2020 Tornado & Damaging Wind Event. Debris from these structures was scattered hundreds of yards away, and damage in this area was rated high-end EF1 to EF2. Damage to the residence was rated EF4. [5] A large squall line formed and tracked through the mid-Atlantic on April 13, prompting more tornado warnings and watches. Ferocious winds walloped the East Coast on Monday after a harrowing Easter night that saw people huddled in basements, closets and tubs as tornadoes raged across the South, leaving at least 30 dead. A home had its roof lifted off, and a two-story wood frame building behind it was shifted off its foundation and completely destroyed. A large metal building was also heavily damaged in this area before the tornado abruptly lifted and dissipated as it crossed an airport runway. [106] State of emergencies were declared in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama,[107] Georgia,[108] and South Carolina. [13] These thunderstorms were initially isolated in nature but soon coalesced into a mesoscale convective system as they encountered an enhanced corridor of warm air streaming northward, as well as very strong wind shear. Widespread tree damage occurred, with numerous trees snapped at their trunks. [72] In Mississippi, heavy rainfall overspread Panola County, where Mississippi Emergency Management Personnel donated sandbags to prevent flooding. 2 deaths – A strong, long-tracked tornado caused severe damage along its path and passed near, A small, brief, but strong tornado touched down at a farm and collapsed several chicken houses. 75-80%. In this area, many trees were snapped, a home lost its roof, and another home sustained partial wall collapse. A manufactured home was obliterated, frame homes had roofs ripped off and exterior walls collapsed, and multiple vehicles were thrown and rolled along this segment of the path, and most of the damage was rated EF3. One home had most of its roof removed and an outer wall collapsed. [7] Calm weather associated with the high-pressure area induced rapid warming of the Gulf of Mexico waters to their highest values in the modern record—greater than 2 °C (3.6 °F) above the 1971–2010 average—as well as a moistening of the air near the surface. A single family home had its roof removed and large porch dislodged. An auto-parts store in this area was almost entirely leveled, with only part of one exterior wall left standing. Extreme EF4-level tree damage continued to the northeast, along Willie Fortenberry Road, Davis Road, and Kings Road as entire groves of large trees were mowed down and completely stripped clean of all bark, livestock was killed, and vehicles were thrown hundreds of yards and destroyed. A widespread and deadly tornado outbreak affected the Southeastern United States on Easter Sunday and Monday, April 12–13, 2020. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted along the path. A security guard on the property was killed when the concrete-block guard shack he was in was obliterated. [34] The most significant tornado to occur on April 13 was a multiple-vortex EF4 that killed five people near the South Carolina towns of Estill and Nixville. Outbuildings and vehicles were also damaged or destroyed. [32] The tornado then strengthened to EF1 intensity again as it impacted the Harris Hills neighborhood, snapping and uprooting numerous trees in residential areas. A, 1 death – Many hundreds of trees were snapped or uprooted by this high-end EF1 tornado. Several chicken houses were destroyed, dozens of trees were uprooted, and a shed was damaged. As a cluster of storms across central Mississippi progressed toward the northeast, it began to reintensify and develop embedded supercell characteristics with an attendant threat of strong tornadoes. The tornado began to grow in size and reached EF1 intensity after crossing SR 286 and moving into a neighborhood just southwest of Fashion. 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A large storage garage was completely swept away in this area as well. [40], Crossing MS 35, the tornado again attained EF3 strength as the James Hill Church was completely leveled, a nearby home sustained collapse of its exterior walls, and trees were denuded and partially debarked. The Easter 2020 tornado outbreak in the Deep South will go down in history as one of the country's worst ever. This was a multifaceted event with a few different waves of activity, each of which brought their own unique hazardous weather to the residents of the region. An EF3 tornado was confirmed south of Thomaston to northwest of Redbone in Georgia. [84] The Kingsport Fire Department rescued 21 people as the city was threatened by rising waters. Traveled 121 miles to Tuscaloosa County Alabama. In nearby Fort Payne, waters inundated several businesses, forcing about 35 people from the flooded areas. The tornado then crossed the Ouachita River a third time and impacted neighborhoods along Business US 165 and LA 15 to the south of downtown Monroe, where a tornado emergency was issued. A few homes farther away from the center of the path sustained EF2 to EF3 damage, with their roofs ripped off and exterior walls collapsed. 3 2. A brief tornado snapped numerous trees within a broader area of straight-line winds. The tornado then crossed over the Lena Expressway and destroyed another residence at EF3 intensity before reaching it maximum width of ~3⁄4 mile (1.2 km) and mowing down a large swath of trees and destroying a cell tower. [92] Accumulations totaling to nearly a foot across portions of southern Minnesota caused multiple spinouts and crashes, principally along Interstate 35 south of the Twin Cities, Interstate 90 between Albert Lea and Rochester, and U.S. Highway 52 between Rochester and the Twin Cities. [93] State patrol reported 140 crashes, 126 vehicle that spun out, and 6 semi-trucks that jackknifed on slippery roads. Several homes had their roof blown off and an unanchored mobile home was flipped off its foundation. Extensive tree damage occurred along the path. Mainly EF2 damage continued within the vicinity of MS 42 just southeast of Bassfield as multiple homes sustained partial to total roof loss, and a mobile home was rolled. It inflicted EF0 damage to homes and trees as it moved to the northeast along the north side of South Retreat Road before moving directly into Retreat. Hundreds of trees were snapped or uprooted. Easter Sunday tornado outbreak in the South: Big shear & CAPE combinations on April 12-13 2020 ! [74] Significant flooding was likewise reported across Madison, Morgan, and Jackson counties. A few frame homes sustained roof loss and collapse of exterior walls, and some mobile homes were damaged or destroyed by this intense, long-tracked tornado. Two people were injured. [112] At emergency shelters, masks and gloves were provided to residents. Several homes sustained varying degrees of damage from fallen trees. The 2020 Easter Sunday tornado outbreak was very historic Posted by RollTide1987 on 4/17/20 at 8:36 am. [26] Multiple vortices and an intense core were evident in the damage path, and dozens of chicken houses were completely destroyed. Massive tree damage continued to occur, with large swaths of trees snapped, denuded, and partially debarked. The Storm Prediction Center noted that the risk for a Tornado outbreak was very low at the time, that was until the next day. The tornado continued to the northeast, quickly reaching EF2 intensity as it crossed Given Road, where a large swath of trees was flattened. The awning and AC unit of a mobile home were blown off. The tornado continued to the east of town, completely destroying a mobile home and heavily damaging a few frame homes. This is the largest number of warnings since 285 on 2-3 March 2012. One person was injured. [33][61], This large, violent multiple-vortex tornado first touched down in Hampton County, South Carolina at 6:10 a.m. EDT (10:10 UTC) on April 13, west-northwest of Scotia, producing EF1-strength tree damage along Collie Road. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted. [40], The tornado was on the ground for 10 minutes, traveled 8.88 miles (14.29 km), had a maximum width of 860 yards (790 m), and was given a rating of high-end EF2. The tornado then weakened further and caused EF0 strength tree damage as it crossed into Bradley County and over White Oak Mountain before dissipating south of McDonald around 11:33 p.m. (03:33 UTC). Reaching EF3 strength, the tornado first struck a BorgWarner plant at the end of Evalona Drive, inflicting major structural damage to the facility and scattering large amounts of debris throughout the area. An Easter tornado outbreak spawned a swarm of tornadoes and widespread damaging thunderstorm winds from Texas to the Carolinas and Maryland on April 12-13, 2020. [85] A total of 27 roads were closed throughout Sullivan County. The National Weather Service Forecast Office in Charleston referred to it as an "unusually long track and wide tornado. It then crossed Interstate 75 before moving into Tennessee, entering the eastern neighborhoods and suburbs of Chattanooga. At least 18 have died as a result of the outbreak and the risk of twisters isn’t over yet, as severe weather continues up and down the Eastern Seaboard on Monday. [41] The Storm Prediction Center issued a mesoscale discussion stating that a tornado with winds of 170–205 mph (274–330 km/h) was likely ongoing, and that it was an 'exceptionally rare event'. Large steel support beams in a 22,500 sq ft (2,090 m. A cinder-block garage had its metal roof peeled off and cinder blocks shifted about halfway up its wall. A few homes and a church sustained roof damage. [86] In northeastern Tennessee, flooding damaged two bridges in the Johnson City area. Downed trees and powerlines caused additional road closures. Fourteen people were injured. Damage rapidly became more severe and widespread as the tornado continued to the northeast and moved into more populated areas in the southwestern part of Seneca. One person was injured. Assisting members were provided personal protective equipment to reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19. A tornado was identified by high-resolution satellite imagery over the Griffin Ridge Wildlife Management Area. Thereafter, the tornado exited Fort Oglethorpe and continued to the northeast, weakening to EF0 intensity as it produced minor tree and roof damage intermittently. A long-tracked EF3 tornado was identified with the second supercell that tracked behind the first one, producing significant damage near Oak Vale and Carson. 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