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PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON MS
955 PM CDT MON MAY 20 2019

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

0246 AM     TORNADO          2 SW MANGHAM            32.29N 91.79W
05/19/2019                   RICHLAND           LA   NWS STORM SURVEY

            CORRECTS PREVIOUS TORNADO REPORT FROM 2 SW
            MANGHAM. THIS EF-1 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN
            SOUTHWEST OF MANGHAM NEAR WALTER NOBLES ROAD
            AND MS HIGHWAY 576 AND TRACKED NORTHEAST
            INTO THE TOWN OF MANGHAM. A LARGE OAK TREE
            WAS BLOWN DOWN NEAR MANGHAM UNITED METHODIST
            CHURCH, AND MANY TREES ALONG US HIGHWAY 425
            ON THE NORTH SIDE OF TOWN WERE SNAPPED,
            UPROOTED, OR HAD LARGE LIMBS DOWNED. THE
            TORNADO TURNED NORTHEAST FROM THERE AND
            TRACKED NEAR BIG CREEK ALONG THE REMAINDER
            OF ITS PATH. IT CONTINUED TO PRODUCE
            SPORADIC TREE DAMAGE INCLUDING SEVERAL
            SNAPPED OR UPROOTED TREES AND DOWNED TREE
            BRANCHES. ALONG CRAWFORD ROAD, A FEW LARGE
            TREES WERE SNAPPED AND MINOR DAMAGE OCCURRED
            TO SEVERAL OUTBUILDINGS. THE TORNADO REACHED
            ITS WIDEST ALONG LITTLE ROAD SOUTH OF THE
            DUNN COMMUNITY, WITH AN ESTIMATED PATH WIDTH
            OF NEAR 700 YARDS. THE TORNADO BEGAN TO
            NARROW AS IT CROSSED INTERSTATE 20 AT DUNN,
            SNAPPING MOSTLY THE TOPS OF A FEW TREES
            BEFORE DISSIPATING ALONG WEEMS ROAD.


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