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PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PEACHTREE CITY GA
321 PM EDT WED APR 17 2019

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

1046 AM     TORNADO          2 N UPATOI              32.58N  84.74W
04/14/2019                   MUSCOGEE           GA   NWS STORM SURVEY

            A WEAK EF-0 TORNADO WITH MAX WINDS OF 80 MPH BEGAN E OF
            MIDLAND IN FAR NORTHERN MUSCOGEE CO NEAR DEERWOOD CT AND
            TRAVELED ENE FOR OVER 8 MILES THROUGH SE HARRIS CO AND
            INTO WESTERN TALBOT CO. NUMEROUS TREES WERE SNAPPED OR
            DAMAGED. ONE HOME HAD MINOR SHINGLE DAMAGE. TWO SMALL
            TRAILERS WERE ROLLED NEAR RIDGEWAY RD. THE TORNADO
            CROSSED GA HWY 315 NEAR THE HARRIS/TALBOT CO LINE WHERE
            THE LONG-TRACKED TORNADO PATH FROM THE MARCH 3 TORNADO.
            DISCRIMINATING DAMAGE FROM THE TWO TORNADOES BECAME MORE
            CHA

1139 AM     TORNADO          3 WNW ALDORA            33.07N  84.22W
04/14/2019                   LAMAR              GA   NWS STORM SURVEY

            A WEAK, BRIEF EF-0 TORNADO WITH MAX WINDS OF 75 MPH
            BEGAN N OF GA HWY 18 NEAR FIVE POINTS RD AND TRAVELED NE
            APPROX 1 MILE BEFORE LIFTING S OF ZEBULON RD SW OF
            MILNER. SEVERAL TREES WERE SNAPPED OR UPROOTED AND A FEW
            POWER LINES WERE DOWNED ALONG THE PATH.

1145 AM     TORNADO          2 NNE MILNER            33.14N  84.18W
04/14/2019                   LAMAR              GA   NWS STORM SURVEY

            THE SAME STORM THAT PRODUCED THE TORNADO IN LAMAR CO SW
            OF MILNER PRODUCED ANOTHER EF-1 TORNADO WITH MAX WINDS
            OF 90 MPH NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF WELDON LAKE RD AND
            SILVER DOLLAR RD NE OF MILNER. THE TORNADO TRAVELED
            ALMOST 4.5 MILES DOWNING NUMEROUS TREES AND CAUSING
            MINOR ROOD DAMAGE TO A HOME. THE AREA THAT SAW PEAK
            WINDS WAS JUST N OF MORGAN DAIRY RD EAST OF THE MORGAN
            DAIRY GOLF COURSE WHERE A 150 YARD SWATH OF SNAPPED
            TREES WAS OBSERVED. THE TORNADO CROSSED INTO WRN
            SPALDING CO BEFORE LIFT


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EVENT NUMBER FFC1900167
EVENT NUMBER FFC1900168
EVENT NUMBER FFC1900169

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