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19marAll DayEverton (Boone/Marion Counties, AR)

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Start Time:  6:50 pm CDT 

End Time: 7:11 pm CDT 

Rating:  EF2

Estimated Peak Winds:  120 mph

Path length:  12.5 miles

Width:  500 yards

Fatalities:  0

Injuries:  1

County:  Boone, Marion

State:  Arkansas

Start Lat/Lon: 36.1352 / -92.9381

End Lat/Lon: 36.22 / -92.741


The tornado began along Highway 206 East near Marshall Creek Road, where power poles were broken and there was some damage to a residence.  Through southeast Boone County, the tornado uprooted and snapped trees, then moved across the southeast portion of Everton. There, the roof of a house was torn off and several trees were snapped at mid-trunk level.

The tornado then tracked into Marion County where it uprooted trees.  Near the intersection of County Roads 4019 and 4023, it destroyed a hay barn.  Several large trees were uprooted and the porch was ripped off of a home. Several trees and  power poles were downed and snapped. Before crossing Meadowcrest Lane and County Road 4019, it uprooted and snapped power poles and trees, caused extensive damage to a house, and destroyed an outbuilding.  The tornado crossed Arkansas Highway 125 south near Eros and damaged the Bruno-Pyatt School. East of Eros, the tornado caused severe damage to a residence and destroyed its garage.  Near the intersection of County Roads 4018 and 4010, several houses had severe damage.  One person had a minor injury but is reportedly in good condition. The final damage points were WSW of Yellville, where several large trees were uprooted, power poles were broken, and a residence sustained roof damage.


Sources:

Public Information Statement

NWS Little Rock Summary

Damage Assessment Tool


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