Start Time: 11:05 pm CST End Time:
Start Time: 11:05 pm CST
End Time: 11:31 pm CST
Estimated Peak Winds: 125 mph
Path length: 18.95 miles
Width: 250 yards
County: Benton, Humphreys
Start Lat/Lon: 36.0923 / -88.1199
End Lat/Lon: 36.1074 / -87.7838
The tornado started in Benton County northwest of Camden and caused a substantial amount of tree damage along the path that extended to the Tennessee River. Several homes and mobile homes were damaged along the path in Benton County resulting in 1 death and 2 injuries. The most damage was in the Ballard Road area.
The tornado continued across the Tennessee River into Humphreys County and damaged hundreds of trees along the river on Crystal Springs Road. It then progressed east, and damaged/uprooted several dozen trees along Lucas Ridge Road, Hemby Branch Road, and Clydeton Road. There were also some roof panels damaged and removed from a small outbuilding on Clydeton Road. Additional trees were uprooted along Brazzle Road and Stephenson Road just off Highway 13 before dissipating around Highway 13.