Path length: 44 miles
Width: 200 yards
County: Coffee, Dale, Barbour
There was one tornado on November 25, 1986. It was an F3 that had a long path of 44 miles through parts of Coffee, Dale and Barbour Counties in Alabama. The twister developed in the New Brockton area and per Storm Data had an intermittent path to the northeast down Ariton, Elamville, Clio and then Clayton where the tornado dissipated.
There were three injuries in New Brockton and one church, three homes and two other buildings were destroyed. Another church and 17 houses were damaged. Near Ariton, an injury occurred in a mobile home. A total of two mobile homes were destroyed and four others were damaged. Four homes, a business building, six mobile homes and several outbuildings were destroyed near Elamville.
November 1986 Storm Data Publication
Grazulis, Thomas P. (1993). Significant Tornadoes 1680-1991: A Chronology and Analysis of Events. St. Johnsbury, VT: The Tornado Project of Environmental Films. Page 1277.
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