This F2 tornado was produced by the remnants of Tropical Storm Debra. Per the Storm Data Narrative, “the path was two miles long, but the most damage was confined to a half mile stretch lined with fast food restaurants.”
This tornado spend most of its time in Tennessee. The total path length was 38 miles, 35 of which was in TN. It began near the town of Lutts in Wayne County and moved southeast into Lawrence County. It tracked through through Iron City and the St. Joseph area. Approx. 75% of the buildings in Iron City were damaged and 19 people were injured.
An F4 traveled 50 miles through parts of Gibson, Carroll, Benton and Humphreys Counties. The max width was 100 yards. There were 137 injuries and 3 fatalities reported. The tornado left an almost continuous path of destruction through Huntingdon and Buena Vista in Carroll County to Eagle Creek in Benton County.
Good Friday, April 10, 2009: An outbreak of 64 tornadoes across the south. This summary looks at the strongest of the day. It was given a rating of EF4 with estimated maximum wind speeds of 170 mph. It moved 23.25 miles through parts of Rutherford County, TN and the town of Murfreesboro.
47 tornadoes were confirmed on April 7, 2006. The deadliest crossed through parts of Davidson and Sumner Counties in TN. It was given a rating of F3. There were 128 injuries and 7 fatalities.
This summary looks at a tornado that zipped through parts of Robertson and Sumner Counties in Tennessee. It moved ESE from east of Orlinda to Fountain Head. Approximately 500 buildings were hit with a varying degree of damage.
43 tornadoes occurred on this day and one of the strongest devastated the town of Clarksville, TN. It struck the town at 415am CT. It moved a total of 4.3 miles, through the downtown area and dissipated near Saint Bethlehem. There were 5 injuries and no fatalities.
The tornado formed east of Bemis and tracked NE for 16 miles. It trekked through the southern part of Jackson. The Hollywood Shopping Center had severe damage. A funeral home near it was demolished except for interior rooms. 200+ homes were destroyed and 300 more had lesser damage. One of the hardest hit subdivisions was Orchard Hill.