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Public Information Statement...UPDATED
National Weather Service Jackson MS
356 PM CDT Fri Apr 12 2024

...NWS Damage Survey for 4/9/24 - 4/10/24 Tornado/Damaging Wind
Event - Update #3...

.UPDATE...Extended Hinds County tornado path eastward based on
additional surveys.

.Northern Warren County Tornado...

Rating:                 EF0
Estimated Peak Wind:    75 mph
Path Length /statute/:  2.09 miles
Path Width /maximum/:   150 yards
Fatalities:             0
Injuries:               0

Start Date:             04/09/2024
Start Time:             08:00 PM CDT
Start Location:         13 NW Edwards / Warren County / MS
Start Lat/Lon:          32.5017 / -90.7213

End Date:               04/09/2024
End Time:               08:04 PM CDT
End Location:           13 NNW Edwards / Warren County / MS
End Lat/Lon:            32.5156 / -90.6898

Survey Summary:
A brief, weak EF0 tornado touched down near the intersection of
Ballground Road and Possum Hollow Road. The tornado downed a tree
onto a church at the start of the path. The tornado tracked
northeast along Possum Hollow Road downing intermittent trees and
large branches. The tornado dissipated in the vicinity of Oak
Ridge Road. Maximum estimated winds were 75 mph with the maximum
width of 150 yards.

.Learned Raymond Tornado...

Rating:                 EF1
Estimated Peak Wind:    100 mph
Path Length /statute/:  8.1 miles
Path Width /maximum/:   150 yards
Fatalities:             0
Injuries:               0

Start Date:             4/9/2024
Start Time:             8:23 PM CDT
Start Location:         2 NW Learned / Hinds County / MS
Start Lat/Lon:          32.2262 / -90.5755

End Date:               4/9/2024
End Time:               8:34 PM CDT
End Location:           2 SW Raymond / Hinds County / MS
End Lat/Lon:            32.2421 / -90.4424

Survey Summary:
A tornado touched down near Bush Bottom Road. The tornado
initially did scattered damage to tree branches in open farmland
but quickly strengthened to its maximum intensity, estimated at
EF-1 with 100 mph maximum winds, as it destroyed two outbuildings
near Bush Bottom Road. The tornado continued generally east where
it crossed the Natchez Trace and Bill Downing Road. Damage in
these areas was mostly to trees and vegetation, but some
generally minor roof damage occurred to homes in the area.
Falling trees contributed to additional damage including downed
power lines and fencing. A few homes were more heavily damaged
due to trees falling onto them. The tornado continued eastward
causing additional tree and roof damage as it crossed Dupree Rd,
Stewart Dr, Carolyn Dr, and Old Port Gibson Rd before lifting at
MS Highway 18. There is a possibility this damage may have
resulted from two different tornado tracks, but evidence was

..Scott/Newton Damaging Wind Swath...

Rating:                 TSTM/Wind
Estimated Peak Wind:    100 mph
Path Length /statute/:  13 to 14 miles
Path Width /maximum/:   7040 yards
Fatalities:             0
Injuries:               5

Start Date:             04/09/2024
Start Time:             10:35 PM CDT
Start Location:         4 NE Forest / Scott County / MS
Start Lat/Lon:          32.3915 / -89.4167

End Date:               04/09/2024
End Time:               10:55 PM CDT
End Location:           4 E Conehatta / Newton County / MS
End Lat/Lon:            32.457 / -89.2076

Survey Summary:
This swath of significant damaging winds began east northeast of
Forest where it downed thousands trees and numerous power lines
and  poles. Trees were uprooted and snapped. Nearly four dozen
homes were damaged by both fallen trees and wind, damage ranged
from minor to extensive. There were 5 injuries, 2 in mobile homes
on Towner Road and McMillan Road, and 3 in a house on Jim Owens
Road. The peak of the damage occurred just west of Salem road
near Old Highway 80 north of Lake where tree damage was extensive
with peak winds of 100 mph. It then continued through the south
side of Conehatta where it then decreased a bit to around 80 mph
with numerous trees uprooted. It then weakened below significant
threshold northwest of Decatur. The swath length was almost
15 miles, and its maximum width was between 3 and 4 miles.

.Lake Camden Tornado...

Rating:                 EF0
Estimated Peak Wind:    85 mph
Path Length /statute/:  0.70 miles
Path Width /maximum/:   150 yards
Fatalities:             0
Injuries:               0

Start Date:             04/10/2024
Start Time:             04:35 AM CDT
Start Location:         6 E Flora / Madison County / MS
Start Lat/Lon:          32.5369 / -90.2021

End Date:               04/10/2024
End Time:               04:36 AM CDT
End Location:           6 E Flora / Madison County / MS
End Lat/Lon:            32.5456 / -90.1964

Survey Summary:
A brief tornado touched down near the northwestern side of the
Mannsdale Upper Elementary campus in the predawn hours of April
10th. The tornado moved northeast producing intermittent, mostly
tree damage in a path that crossed MS-463, Mannsdale Road, and
then across residential areas along Livingston Drive. The maximum
estimated winds were estimated to be about 85 mph. The tornado
dissipated near Bidon Drive.


EF Scale: The Enhanced Fujita Scale classifies tornadoes into the
following categories:

EF0.....65 to 85 mph
EF1.....86 to 110 mph
EF2.....111 to 135 mph
EF3.....136 to 165 mph
EF4.....166 to 200 mph
EF5.....>200 mph

The information in this statement is preliminary and subject to
change pending final review of the events and publication in
NWS Storm Data.

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