Sources: Public Information Statement Damage Assessment Toolkit
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Start Time: 4:18 pm CDT End Time: 4:24 pm CDT Rating: EF1 Estimated Peak Winds: 110 mph Path length: 5.33 miles Width: 110
Start Time: 4:18 pm CDT
End Time: 4:24 pm CDT
Estimated Peak Winds: 110 mph
Path length: 5.33 miles
Width: 110 yards
Start Lat/Lon: 35.5072 / -91.1184
End Lat/Lon: 35.5627 / -91.0524
Damage began in the small community of Algoa, where trees were uprooted and numerous metal buildings were damaged. Some homes in this area sustained roof damage. The tornado continued to the northeast, crossing several county roads. Along these roads, damage was noted to farm equipment as well as metal buildings that housed farm equipment. The damage path ended north of Highway 14 where a few homes sustained damage to roofs as well as several trees uprooted. Tornado damage concluded approximately 0.75 miles west of the Poinsett County line.
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