List of United States tornadoes from January to March 2009

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This is a list of all tornadoes that were confirmed by local offices of the National Weather Service in the United States from January to March 2009.

January[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Enhanced Fujita rating
EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 4 2 0 0 0 0 6

January 3 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Saturday, January 3, 2009
EF# Location County / Parish Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Path width Comments/Damage
Mississippi
EF1 E of Stringer Smith 31°53′N 89°20′W / 31.88°N 89.33°W / 31.88; -89.33 (Stringer (Jan. 3, EF1)) 1913 – 1914 0.9 miles (1.4 km) 175 yd (160 m) Three houses sustained minor damage and several chicken houses were heavily damaged. Some fencing and a carport were also blown over. The first confirmed tornado of 2009.[1]
† – Maximum width of the tornado; not representative of the entire track.

January 6 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Tuesday, January 6, 2009
EF# Location County / Parish Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Path width Comments/Damage
Georgia
EF0 E of Chatoogaville Chattooga 34°19′N 85°23′W / 34.32°N 85.38°W / 34.32; -85.38 (Chattoogaville (Jan. 6, EF0)) 2205 – 2208 2.1 miles (3.4 km) 100 yd (91 m) Brief tornado with minor damage to several houses.[2]
† – Maximum width of the tornado; not representative of the entire track.

January 7 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Wednesday, January 7, 2009
EF# Location County / Parish Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Path width Comments/Damage
Georgia
EF0 SE of Forsyth Monroe 32°59′N 83°53′W / 32.98°N 83.89°W / 32.98; -83.89 (Forsyth (Jan. 7, EF0)) 0800 – 0804 2.9 miles (4.7 km) 100 yd (91 m) Several houses were damaged with one sustaining moderate roof damage. Several trees were knocked down.[3]
† – Maximum width of the tornado; not representative of the entire track.

January 10 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Saturday, January 10, 2009
EF# Location County / Parish Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Path width Comments/Damage
Mississippi
EF0 W of Lauderdale Lauderdale 32°29′N 88°35′W / 32.49°N 88.59°W / 32.49; -88.59 (Lauderdale (Jan. 10, EF0)) 2133 – 2136 1.9 miles (3.1 km) 30 yd (27 m) Damage limited to several trees along its track.[4]
Alabama
EF1 McIntosh Washington 31°16′N 88°02′W / 31.27°N 88.03°W / 31.27; -88.03 (McIntosh (Jan. 10, EF1)) 2305 – 2308 1.6 miles (2.6 km) 200 yd (180 m) Several houses damaged, one of which lost much of its roof. An industrial plant was also damaged. Numerous pine trees were snapped.[5][6]
† – Maximum width of the tornado; not representative of the entire track.

January 24 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Saturday, January 24, 2009
EF# Location County / Parish Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Path width Comments/Damage
California
EF0 SSW of Codora Glenn 39°21′N 122°02′W / 39.35°N 122.03°W / 39.35; -122.03 (Codora (Jan. 24, EF0)) 2300 – 2301 0.1 miles (160 m) 40 yd (37 m) Brief tornado damaged a barn and a chicken coop.[7]
† – Maximum width of the tornado; not representative of the entire track.

February[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Enhanced Fujita rating
EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 11 17 4 3 1 0 36

February 9 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Monday, February 9, 2009
EF# Location County / Parish Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Path width Comments/Damage
California
EF0 SW of Merced Merced 37°12′N 120°36′W / 37.20°N 120.60°W / 37.20; -120.60 (Merced (Feb. 9, EF0)) 1932 – 1934 0.1 miles (160 m) 20 yd (18 m) Brief tornado touchdown with no damage.[8]
† – Maximum width of the tornado; not representative of the entire track.

February 10 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes - Tuesday, February 10, 2009
EF# Location County / Parish Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Path width Comments/Damage
Oklahoma
EF1 NNW of Wiley Post Airport Oklahoma 35°34′N 97°38′W / 35.56°N 97.64°W / 35.56; -97.64 (Wiley Post Airport (Feb. 10, EF1)) 2036 – 2037 0.7 miles (1.1 km) 75 yd (69 m) Tornado damaged several businesses and homes. Two shopping centers were closed for several days due to the severity of the impact. The wall of one restaurant was partially destroyed as well.[9]
EF2 WNW of Edmond Oklahoma, Logan 35°40′N 97°32′W / 35.66°N 97.53°W / 35.66; -97.53 (Edmond (Feb. 10, EF2)) 2053 – 2105 5.7 miles (9.2 km) 250 yd (230 m) See section on this tornado – Four people suffered injuries indirectly related to the tornado.[10][11]
EF1 NW of Meridian Logan 35°52′N 97°17′W / 35.86°N 97.28°W / 35.86; -97.28 (Meridian (Feb. 10, EF1)) 2124 – 2126 1 mile (1.6 km) 10 yd (9.1 m) The tornado was on the ground for two minutes, causing damage to two homes, including one that completely lost its roof.[12][13]
EF1 WSW of Perkins Payne 35°57′N 97°11′W / 35.95°N 97.18°W / 35.95; -97.18 (Perkins (Feb. 10, EF1)) 2139 – 2159 9.6 miles (15.4 km) 50 yd (46 m) This tornado destroyed a barn and an oilfield communications tower. Numerous power lines were downed as well.[14][15]
EF0 SSW of Pawnee Pawnee 36°17′N 96°49′W / 36.29°N 96.82°W / 36.29; -96.82 (Pawnee (Feb. 10, EF0)) 2235 – 2237 2.6 miles (4.2 km) 400 yd (370 m) Two barns were completely destroyed, while four cows were lost and presumed dead due to the tornado.[16][17]
EF4 SE of Grady to SSE of Wilson Jefferson, Love, Carter 33°57′N 97°35′W / 33.95°N 97.59°W / 33.95; -97.59 (Lone Grove (Feb. 10, EF4)) 0048 – 0143 34.6 miles (55.7 km) 880 yd (800 m) 8 deathsSee section on this tornado – 46 people were injured.[18][19][20]
Texas
EF0 SSW of Belcherville Montague 33°47′N 97°50′W / 33.79°N 97.83°W / 33.79; -97.83 (Belcherville (Feb. 10, EF0)) 0025 – 0028 0.4 miles (640 m) 35 yd (32 m) Brief tornado damaged a house roof, blew down a door, downed two trees, and destroyed a shed.[21]
EF1 Spanish Fort area Montague 33°56′N 97°37′W / 33.93°N 97.62°W / 33.93; -97.62 (Spanish Fort (Feb. 10, EF1)) 0045 – 0050 2.4 miles (3.9 km) 800 yd (730 m) This multiple-vortex tornado snapped numerous large trees, some up to 30 inches (76 cm) in diameter.[22][23]
EF1 S of Southlake Tarrant 32°55′N 97°08′W / 32.91°N 97.14°W / 32.91; -97.14 (Grapevine Southlake Airport (Feb. 10, EF1)) 0315 – 0317 0.5 miles (0.80 km) 100 yd (91 m) A brief tornado, lasting roughly two minutes, caused significant damage to five homes and minor damage to 15 others.[24]
EF1 NNE of Garden Valley Smith, Wood 32°35′N 95°30′W / 32.58°N 95.50°W / 32.58; -95.50 (Garden Valley (Feb. 10, EF1)) 0516 – 0525 7.1 miles (11.4 km) 300 yd (270 m) A barn was destroyed and several metal buildings were either damaged or destroyed northwest of Lindale, while several homes near Mineola sustained roof damage.[25][26][27]
Missouri
EF1 ENE of Battlefield Greene 37°08′N 93°20′W / 37.13°N 93.34°W / 37.13; -93.34 (Battlefield (Feb. 10, EF1)) 0443 – 0449 5.4 miles (8.7 km) 75 yd (69 m) The tornado tracked across the southern end of Springfield, damaging two dozen houses and businesses, and downing several trees and power lines.[28][29]
† – Maximum width of the tornado; not representative of the entire track.

February 11 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes - Wednesday, February 11, 2009
EF# Location County / Parish Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Path width Comments/Damage
Louisiana
EF1 SW of Keatchie De Soto 32°09′N 93°56′W / 32.15°N 93.94°W / 32.15; -93.94 (Keatchie (Feb. 11, EF1)) 0704 – 0706 2 miles (3.2 km) 150 yd (140 m) A metal barn was destroyed, and many trees were downed.[30][31]
Tennessee
EF1 SSW of Clarkrange Fentress 36°09′N 85°02′W / 36.15°N 85.04°W / 36.15; -85.04 (Camp Ground (Feb. 11, EF1)) 1903 – 1904 0.5 miles (800 m) 75 yd (69 m) About 50 trees were downed. One person was injured when the tornado pinned him under his car.[32] The tornado was on the ground for about a minute and was up to 75 yd (70 m) wide.[33][34]
Indiana
EF1 SSE of Muncie Delaware 40°07′N 85°20′W / 40.11°N 85.33°W / 40.11; -85.33 (Medford (Feb. 11, EF1)) 2030 – 2031 0.1 miles (160 m) 100 yd (91 m) Very brief destroyed one barn and tore the roof off a house.[35][36]
Virginia
EF0 WSW of Honaker Russell 36°59′N 82°04′W / 36.99°N 82.06°W / 36.99; -82.06 (Coulwood (Feb. 11, EF0)) 2259 – 2302 4.2 miles (6.8 km) 200 yd (180 m) A roof was damaged and several trees were downed.[37][38]
Hawaii
EF0 Kapolei area Honolulu 21°20′N 158°04′W / 21.34°N 158.06°W / 21.34; -158.06 (Kapolei (Feb. 11, EF0)) 2305 – 2313 0.36 miles (0.58 km) 15 yd (14 m) Tornado touched down at a golf course near Interstate H-1. Several buildings were damaged. One person sustained minor injuries.[39]
† – Maximum width of the tornado; not representative of the entire track.

February 18 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Wednesday, February 18, 2009
EF# Location County / Parish Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Path width Comments/Damage
Georgia
EF0 SW of Reynolds Taylor 32°29′N 84°09′W / 32.49°N 84.15°W / 32.49; -84.15 (Reynolds (Feb. 18, EF0) 2245 – 2249 3.85 miles (6.20 km) 33 yd (30 m) One house was damaged and a mobile home was removed from its foundation.[40]
EF0 Warner Robins Houston 32°39′N 83°36′W / 32.65°N 83.60°W / 32.65; -83.60 (Warner Robins (Feb. 18, EF0) 2325 – 2326 50 yards (46 m) 1.4 yd (1.3 m) Very brief tornado touched down on the runways at Robins Air Force Base with no damage reported.[41]
EF1 SW of Watkinsville Oconee 33°44′N 83°26′W / 33.74°N 83.43°W / 33.74; -83.43 (Watkinsville (Feb. 18, EF1) 2344 – 2350 5.4 miles (8.7 km) 800 yd (730 m) Minor damage to several homes and one mobile home was shifted off its foundation. Hundreds of trees were knocked down at the Georgia Nature Center.[42]
EF1 E of Monticello Jasper 33°18′N 83°36′W / 33.30°N 83.60°W / 33.30; -83.60 (Monticello (Feb. 18, EF1) 0015 – 0019 3 miles (4.8 km) 440 yd (400 m) Several houses were damaged, one of them severely. Many trees and power lines were downed as well.[43]
EF1 SW of Eatonton Putnam 33°18′N 83°30′W / 33.30°N 83.50°W / 33.30; -83.50 (Eatonton (Feb. 18, EF1) 0019 – 0041 8.75 miles (14.08 km) 0.75 mi (1.21 km) A restaurant and two other buildings were destroyed and several houses sustained major damage. One person was injured.[44]
EF3 S of Washington Wilkes, McDuffie 33°40′N 82°52′W / 33.67°N 82.87°W / 33.67; -82.87 (Tyrone (Feb. 18, EF3) 0026 – 0053 19.75 miles (31.78 km) 0.5 mi (0.80 km) One cinder block house was flattened with debris carried over 0.5 miles (0.80 km) away. 15 other houses and a church suffered moderate to severe damage and 19 outbuildings were destroyed.[45][46]
EF1 S of Porterdale Newton 33°31′N 83°53′W / 33.51°N 83.88°W / 33.51; -83.88 (Porterdale (Feb. 18, EF1) 0105 – 0109 2.85 miles (4.59 km) 200 yd (180 m) Many trees were downed, which damaged about 30 houses in a heavily wooded subdivision.[47]
EF1 NW of Shady Dale Jasper 33°27′N 83°44′W / 33.45°N 83.74°W / 33.45; -83.74 (Shady Dale (Feb. 18, EF1) 0116 – 0126 7.2 miles (11.6 km) 440 yd (400 m) A cottage was heavily damaged and five houses sustained lesser damage. Over 100 trees were downed.[48]
EF2 Moreland area Meriwether, Coweta, Spalding 33°13′N 84°46′W / 33.22°N 84.77°W / 33.22; -84.77 (Moreland (Feb. 18, EF2) 0130 – 0202 20.4 miles (32.8 km) 1 mi (1.6 km) Large wedge tornado caused structural damage to about 50 houses along its path, four of which were destroyed. A roof was also blown off a school and flying debris killed a horse.[49][50][51]
EF3 E of Sparta Hancock, Warren, Glascock 33°16′N 82°53′W / 33.26°N 82.89°W / 33.26; -82.89 (Sparta (Feb. 18, EF3) 0348 – 0403 10.4 miles (16.7 km) 500 yd (460 m) 1 death - A church, two site-built homes, and four mobile homes were destroyed.. The fatality took place in one of the mobile homes. Hundreds of trees were downed. Three others were injured.[52][53][54]
EF2 SSE of Cairo Grady, Thomas 30°48′N 84°11′W / 30.80°N 84.18°W / 30.80; -84.18 (Cairo (Feb. 19, EF2) 0550 – 0612 16.4 miles (26.4 km) 400 yd (370 m) Nine mobile homes destroyed and 170 houses damaged, of which 29 were destroyed. A hospital building was also heavily damaged. Many trees were uprooted as well.[55][56]
EF3 NNW of Boston Thomas 30°49′N 83°48′W / 30.82°N 83.80°W / 30.82; -83.80 (Boston (Feb. 19, EF3) 0620 – 0623 1.45 miles (2.33 km) 500 yd (460 m) One barn was completely destroyed and several trees were stripped of their bark.[57]
Alabama
EF1 N of Rock Mills Randolph 33°14′N 85°16′W / 33.23°N 85.27°W / 33.23; -85.27 (Rock Mills (Feb. 18, EF1) 0055 – 0056 0.85 miles (1.37 km) 500 yd (460 m) Several hundred softwood trees were downed.[58]
† – Maximum width of the tornado; not representative of the entire track.
‡ – The 0620 UTC tornado in Georgia took place shortly after midnight local time on February 19; however, it was associated with activity that developed on February 18.

February 27 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Friday, February 27, 2009
EF# Location County / Parish Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Path width Comments/Damage
Alabama
EF0 SE of Chelsea Shelby 33°21′N 86°39′W / 33.35°N 86.65°W / 33.35; -86.65 (Chelsea (Feb. 27, EF0) 1610 – 1611 1.8 miles (2.9 km) 25 yd (23 m) A few trees were downed and a gas station sign damaged.[59]
EF0 N of Greensboro Shelby 32°46′N 87°35′W / 32.77°N 87.59°W / 32.77; -87.59 (Greensboro (Feb. 27, EF0) 2156 50 yards (46 m) 20 yd (18 m) Very brief tornado knocked a tree down.[60]
Mississippi
EF0 SSW of Prairie Point Noxubee 33°07′N 88°24′W / 33.11°N 88.40°W / 33.11; -88.40 (Prairie Point (Feb. 27, EF0) 2136 – 2139 2.2 miles (3.5 km) 75 yd (69 m) Brief tornado snapped several trees.[61]
† – Maximum width of the tornado; not representative of the entire track.

February 28 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Saturday, February 28, 2009
EF# Location County / Parish Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Path width Comments/Damage
Alabama
EF0 SE of Buckville Tallapoosa 32°30′N 85°52′W / 32.50°N 85.87°W / 32.50; -85.87 (Buckville (Feb. 28, EF0) 1340 0.25 miles (400 m) 100 yd (91 m) Brief tornado caused minor damage to two houses.[62]
EF1 NNE of Ridge Grove Lee 32°41′N 85°29′W / 32.68°N 85.49°W / 32.68; -85.49 (Ridge Grove (Feb. 28, EF1) 1356 – 1357 0.3 miles (480 m) 100 yd (91 m) Brief tornado touched down along U.S. Route 280, causing heavy damage at a car dealership.[63]
EF2 Salem area Lee 32°35′N 85°16′W / 32.59°N 85.26°W / 32.59; -85.26 (Salem (Feb. 28, EF2) 1425 – 1437 8.3 miles (13.4 km) 500 yd (460 m) At least six mobile homes and four site-built homes were either heavily damaged or destroyed. Damage was also reported to at least 17 houses, two churches, and a school. Three people sustained minor injuries.[64]
† – Maximum width of the tornado; not representative of the entire track.

March[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Enhanced Fujita rating
EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 54 46 8 3 0 0 115
  • Note: 4 tornadoes were confirmed in the final totals, but do not have a listed rating.

March 7 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Saturday, March 7, 2009
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Kansas
EF0 Abbyville Reno 37°58′N 98°08′W / 37.97°N 98.13°W / 37.97; -98.13 (Abbyville (Mar. 7, EF0)) 2213 1 mile (1.6 km) Brief tornado touchdown in open country.
EF0 N of Partridge Reno 37°59′N 98°07′W / 37.98°N 98.11°W / 37.98; -98.11 (Partridge (Mar. 7, EF0)) 2228 1 mile (1.6 km) Brief tornado touchdown in open country.
EF0 SW of Hutchinson Reno 38°04′N 97°56′W / 38.07°N 97.93°W / 38.07; -97.93 (Hutchinson (Mar. 7, EF0)) 2236 unknown Tornado spotted on an airport runway with no damage.
EF0 W of Hesston Harvey 38°08′N 97°32′W / 38.13°N 97.54°W / 38.13; -97.54 (Hesston (Mar. 7, EF0)) 2315 unknown Brief tornado touchdown in open country.
EF0 N of Medicine Lodge Barber 37°20′N 98°35′W / 37.34°N 98.58°W / 37.34; -98.58 (Medicine Lodge (Mar. 7, EF0)) 0018 unknown Tornado reported by local media on the ground for only a few seconds.
EF0 N of Attica Harper 37°17′N 98°10′W / 37.29°N 98.16°W / 37.29; -98.16 (Attica (Mar. 7, EF0)) 0121 1 mile (1.6 km) Brief tornado touchdown in open country.
EF0 NE of Attica Harper 37°18′N 98°07′W / 37.30°N 98.12°W / 37.30; -98.12 (Attica (Mar. 7, EF0)) 0130 1 mile (1.6 km) Brief tornado touchdown in open country with a small debris cloud noted.
EF0 NE of Norwich Harper 37°28′N 97°50′W / 37.47°N 97.83°W / 37.47; -97.83 (Norwich (Mar. 7, EF0)) 0210 1 mile (1.6 km) Brief tornado touchdown in open country.
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for 03/07/09, NWS Wichita, NWS Storm Data

March 8 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Sunday, March 8, 2009
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Illinois
EF2 Rosedale area (1st tornado) Jersey 39°02′N 90°33′W / 39.03°N 90.55°W / 39.03; -90.55 (Rosedale (Mar. 8, EF2)) 1556 1.5 miles (2.4 km) Two cabins along the east side of the Illinois River sustained minor roof and siding damage, while a third cabin sustained severe damage. A fourth cabin was completely destroyed. A farmstead further northeast suffered varying degrees of damage on the property. One large machine shed sustained roof and side damage, while a small garage was destroyed. The residence home sustained minor roof damage.
EF0 Rosedale area (2nd tornado) Jersey 39°03′N 90°32′W / 39.05°N 90.54°W / 39.05; -90.54 (Rosedale (Mar. 8, EF0)) 1557 4 miles (6.4 km) The roof of one machine shed was lifted and destroyed on a farmstead while tree and branches snapped along Hollow Creek Road. A water pump house was nearly destroyed.
EF1 Roodhouse area Greene 39°28′N 90°15′W / 39.47°N 90.25°W / 39.47; -90.25 (Roodhouse (Mar. 8, EF1)) 1610 5.2 miles (8.4 km) A church was severely damaged and a farm sustained significant damage, with 4 machine sheds completely destroyed.
EF1 Prairie area Randolph 38°10′N 89°57′W / 38.16°N 89.95°W / 38.16; -89.95 (Prairie (Mar. 8, EF1)) 1625 1 mile (1.6 km) Three homes damaged, two with minor damage and one had a portion of the roof removed.
EF1 Grigg area Randolph 38°10′N 89°54′W / 38.16°N 89.90°W / 38.16; -89.90 (Grigg (Mar. 8, EF1)) 1627 2.5 miles (4.0 km) Two mobile homes were destroyed. One person was injured.
EF1 Carlinville area Macoupin 39°16′N 89°56′W / 39.27°N 89.94°W / 39.27; -89.94 (Carlinville (Mar. 8, EF1)) 1630 4 miles (6.4 km) A lumber shed was destroyed, two grain bins sustained damage, one was blown off its foundation and the other had its anchor bolts sheared off. A small shed and outbuilding was also destroyed.
EF1 Loami area Sangamon 39°40′N 89°55′W / 39.66°N 89.92°W / 39.66; -89.92 (Loami (Mar. 8, EF1)) 1632 5 miles (8.0 km) Several houses were damaged, and many barns and outbuildings were destroyed. Two people were injured, one inside a house and another inside a barn.
EF0 Baldwin area Washington 38°11′N 89°51′W / 38.18°N 89.85°W / 38.18; -89.85 (Baldwin (Mar. 8, EF0)) 1633 3.8 miles (6.1 km) Roof removed from a cinder block outbuilding.
EF2 Oakdale area Washington 38°15′N 89°36′W / 38.25°N 89.60°W / 38.25; -89.60 (Oakdale (Mar. 8, EF2)) 1646 5 miles (8.0 km) Two large double-poled wooden high tension towers snapped at the base, with several pole sheds destroyed.
EF0 SE of Cordes Washington 38°16′N 89°25′W / 38.27°N 89.42°W / 38.27; -89.42 (Cordes (Mar. 8, EF0)) 1656 2 miles (3.2 km) Trees and branches snapped.
EF0 SW of Beaucoup Washington 38°18′N 89°19′W / 38.30°N 89.32°W / 38.30; -89.32 (Beaucoup (Mar. 8, EF0)) 1701 1 mile (1.6 km) Trees and branches snapped.
EF1 E of Texico Jefferson 38°25′N 88°52′W / 38.42°N 88.87°W / 38.42; -88.87 (Texico (Mar. 8, EF1)) 1727 2 miles (3.2 km) A school lost parts of its roof and several houses were damaged.
EF0 Stratton area Jefferson, Wayne 38°27′N 88°45′W / 38.45°N 88.75°W / 38.45; -88.75 (Stratton (Mar. 8, EF0)) 1734 4 miles (6.4 km) Four power poles and some tree limbs were knocked over.
EF1 NNE of Wayne City Wayne 38°25′N 88°32′W / 38.42°N 88.53°W / 38.42; -88.53 (Wayne City (Mar. 8, EF1)) 1742 14 miles (23 km) One mobile home damaged and moderate damage to another home. One person was injured.
EF2 N of Enterprise Wayne, Clay 38°33′N 88°21′W / 38.55°N 88.35°W / 38.55; -88.35 (Enterprise (Mar. 8, EF2)) 1758 6 miles (9.7 km) Four structures were damaged with moderate to major damage to one residence. Minor damage occurred to one home in Clay County.
EF0 SW of Rooks Creek Livingston 40°50′N 88°42′W / 40.83°N 88.70°W / 40.83; -88.70 (Rooks Creek (Mar. 8, EF0)) 1801 1 mile (1.6 km) A garage was destroyed and a barn was damaged.
EF1 S of Russellville Lawrence, Knox (IN) 38°46′N 87°34′W / 38.77°N 87.56°W / 38.77; -87.56 (Russellville (Mar. 8, EF1)) 1843 4 miles (6.4 km) A garage was destroyed and a barn was damaged. One person was injured.
EF1 E of St. George Kankakee 41°11′N 87°43′W / 41.19°N 87.72°W / 41.19; -87.72 (St. George (Mar. 8, EF1)) 1856 1 mile (1.6 km) A few structures were damaged, and corn fields were heavily impacted.
EF1 SE of Whitaker Kankakee 41°14′N 87°41′W / 41.23°N 87.68°W / 41.23; -87.68 (Whitaker (Mar. 8, EF1)) 1900 1 mile (1.6 km) Two barns and a garage were destroyed.
Missouri
EF1 Marble Hill area Bollinger, Cape Girardeau 37°15′N 89°57′W / 37.25°N 89.95°W / 37.25; -89.95 (Marble Hill (Mar. 8, EF1)) 1715 7 miles (11 km) Tornado ripped shingles off of six homes and three barns were destroyed.
Indiana
EF3 SW of Fayetteville Lawrence 38°50′59″N 86°36′22″W / 38.8498°N 86.6062°W / 38.8498; -86.6062 (Fayetteville (Mar. 8, EF3)) 1937 2 miles (3.2 km) Three homes were destroyed with one removed from its foundation, and 19 others were damaged. A 4.5 ton bus was shown on WTHR-TV in Indianapolis on the roof of an industrial building after the tornado picked it up and dropped it on the building. One person was injured.
EF0 N of Bedford Lawrence 38°53′N 86°29′W / 38.88°N 86.48°W / 38.88; -86.48 (Bedford (Mar. 8, EF0)) 1945 0.2 miles (0.32 km) Brief touchdown with minimal damage to a construction site.
EF1 S of Sunman Ripley 39°08′N 85°08′W / 39.14°N 85.13°W / 39.14; -85.13 (Sunman (Mar. 8, EF1)) 2122 0.5 miles (0.80 km) A house sustained minor damage, mostly to the roof. Several barns were heavily damaged.
EF1 Columbia City Whitley 41°10′N 85°29′W / 41.17°N 85.48°W / 41.17; -85.48 (Columbia City (Mar. 8, EF1)) 2215 1.5 miles (2.4 km) Tornado touched down in a mobile home park. Three trailers were destroyed and over 20 others were damaged, some heavily.
Kentucky
EF1 SW of Dixon Webster 37°28′N 87°45′W / 37.47°N 87.75°W / 37.47; -87.75 (Dixon (Mar. 8, EF1)) 1941 250 yards (230 m) Four farm outbuildings and one garage were destroyed. One house had structural damage to an attached garage.
Ohio
EF0 Defiance area Defiance 41°17′N 84°39′W / 41.29°N 84.65°W / 41.29; -84.65 (Defiance (Mar. 8, EF0)) 2204 5.1 miles (8.2 km) Intermittent tornado touchdown with minor damage to several houses and trees.
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for 03/08/09, NWS St. Louis, NWS Paducah, NWS Indianapolis, NWS Northern Indiana, NWS Wilmington (OH), NWS Central Illinois, NWS Storm Data

March 15 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Sunday, March 15, 2009
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Georgia
EF0 NW of Putnam Marion, Schley 32°16′N 84°26′W / 32.27°N 84.43°W / 32.27; -84.43 (Putnam (Mar. 15, EF0)) 1755 2 miles (3.2 km) Late report of a weak tornado.
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for 03/15/09

March 23 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Monday, March 23, 2009
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Nebraska
EF0 S of Brownlee Cherry 42°05′N 100°22′W / 42.09°N 100.37°W / 42.09; -100.37 (Brownlee (Mar. 23, EF0)) 1845 1 mile (1.6 km) Brief touchdown with no damage
EF1 SW of Santee Cherry 42°29′N 97°31′W / 42.48°N 97.52°W / 42.48; -97.52 (Santee (Mar. 23, EF1)) 2115 2 miles (3.2 km) Tree damage
EF1 SE of Hickman Lancaster 40°20′N 96°22′W / 40.34°N 96.37°W / 40.34; -96.37 (Hickman (Mar. 23, EF1)) 2131 2 miles (3.2 km) Tree and farm outbuilding damage
EF2 NE of Hickman Lancaster 40°22′N 96°21′W / 40.37°N 96.35°W / 40.37; -96.35 (Hickman (Mar. 23, EF2)) 2136 1 mile (1.6 km) Farm outbuildings were destroyed, one barn lost its roof and one house was damaged
EF1 S of Eagle Lancaster, Otoe, Cass 40°47′N 96°26′W / 40.79°N 96.43°W / 40.79; -96.43 (Eagle (Mar. 23, EF1)) 2141 9 miles (14 km) Tornado hit a garage and sent a car rolling, injuring five people.
EF1 NE of Eagle Cass 40°51′N 96°26′W / 40.85°N 96.43°W / 40.85; -96.43 (Eagle (Mar. 23, EF1)) 2152 4 miles (6.4 km) A tree fell on a truck, injuring three people. There was also building damage.
EF1 NE of Alvo Cass 40°49′N 96°26′W / 40.82°N 96.43°W / 40.82; -96.43 (Alvo (Mar. 23, EF1)) 2159 5 miles (8.0 km) Farm outbuildings were destroyed, houses were damaged, trees were snapped and power poles and transmission lines were knocked down. A power line fell on a car trapping an occupant.
South Dakota
EF1 SW of Springfield Bon Homme 42°49′N 97°58′W / 42.81°N 97.97°W / 42.81; -97.97 (Springfield (Mar. 23, EF1)) 2114 1 mile (1.6 km) A machine shed was heavily damaged.
Kansas
EF0 SW of Geuda Springs Sumner 37°04′N 97°05′W / 37.06°N 97.09°W / 37.06; -97.09 (Geuda Springs (Mar. 23, EF0)) 2200 unknown Brief touchdown in open country and spotted by KAKE-TV storm chaser
EF0 NW of Arkansas City Cowley 37°04′N 97°04′W / 37.06°N 97.07°W / 37.06; -97.07 (Arkansas City (Mar. 23, EF0)) 2206 1 mile (1.6 km) Damage to trees along the Arkansas River
EF0 SW of Winfield airport Cowley 37°05′N 97°01′W / 37.09°N 97.01°W / 37.09; -97.01 (Winfield Airport (Mar. 23, EF0)) 2215 unknown Brief touchdown in open country
EF0 NE of Winfield Cowley 37°10′N 96°31′W / 37.16°N 96.52°W / 37.16; -96.52 (Winfield (Mar. 23, EF0)) 2235 unknown Brief touchdown in open country
EF1 E of Bern Nemaha 39°58′N 95°58′W / 39.96°N 95.97°W / 39.96; -95.97 (Bern (Mar. 23, EF1)) 2333 8.5 miles (13.7 km) Numerous buildings and power poles were damaged.
Iowa
EF2 Missouri Valley area Harrison 41°35′N 95°52′W / 41.58°N 95.87°W / 41.58; -95.87 (Missouri Valley (Mar. 23, EF2)) 2305 9 miles (14 km) A farm house was heavily damaged and seven outbuildings were destroyed. 54 rail cars were also overturned.
EF0 W of Villisca Montgomery 40°59′N 94°55′W / 40.98°N 94.91°W / 40.98; -94.91 (Villisca (Mar. 23, EF0)) 0052 3 miles (4.8 km) A grain bin was overturned and an outbuilding was damaged.
EF0 Sciola Montgomery 41°00′N 94°35′W / 41.00°N 94.59°W / 41.00; -94.59 (Sciola (Mar. 23, EF0)) 0056 1.25 miles (2.01 km) A weak outbuilding was destroyed and some trees were damaged.
EF0 ESE of Lyman Cass 41°14′N 94°53′W / 41.23°N 94.89°W / 41.23; -94.89 (Cumberland (Mar. 23, EF0)) 0110 5 miles (8.0 km) Narrow tornado path with damage to silos and outbuildings.
EF0 S of Wiota Cass 41°13′N 94°31′W / 41.22°N 94.52°W / 41.22; -94.52 (Wiota (Mar. 23, EF0)) 0123 1 mile (1.6 km) Narrow tornado path with minor damage.
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for 03/23/09, NWS Des Moines, NWS Omaha, NWS Topeka, NCDC Storm Data

March 24 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Tuesday, March 24, 2009
EF#
Location
County/
Parish
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Louisiana
EF1 WNW of Jonesboro Jackson 32°14′N 92°44′W / 32.24°N 92.73°W / 32.24; -92.73 (Jonesboro (Mar. 24, EF1)) 0410 1 mile (1.6 km)
Oklahoma
EF0 SE of Pawnee Pawnee 0629 3.5 miles (5.6 km) A mobile home was damaged and a storage barn was destroyed. Numerous trees were snapped.
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for 03/24/09, NWS Tulsa

March 25–26 event[edit]

This event covers through the morning of March 26, which was due to a continuous bow echo/line.

List of reported tornadoes - Wednesday, March 25, 2009
EF#
Location
County/
Parish
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Mississippi
EF1 S of Meridian Lauderdale 32°15′N 88°43′W / 32.25°N 88.71°W / 32.25; -88.71 (Meridian (Mar. 25, EF1)) 1559 5.5 miles (8.9 km) Many trees were knocked down, damaging a church. A house also lost its roof.
EF0 S of Edwards Hinds 0444 3 miles (4.8 km) A house lost its roof and several other houses sustained minor damage.
Louisiana
EF0 E of Pleasant Hill Natchitoches 31°51′N 93°25′W / 31.85°N 93.42°W / 31.85; -93.42 (Pleasant Hill (Mar. 25, EF0)) 0050 unknown Brief tornado in a wooded area with damage limited to trees.
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for 03/25/09, NWS Jackson
List of reported tornadoes - Thursday, March 26, 2009
EF#
Location
County/
Parish
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Mississippi
EF1 N of Clinton Hinds, Madison 0500 12 miles (19 km) Hundreds of trees were uprooted along its track.
EF1 NW of Madison (1st tornado) Madison 0517 4.5 miles (7.2 km) Several houses sustained damage, mostly to their roofs. Many trees were snapped.
EF0 NW of Madison (2nd tornado) Madison 0520 1 mile (1.6 km) Minor shingle damage to several houses and minor tree damage.
EF3 Magee area Simpson, Smith 0637 17.5 miles (28.2 km) Severe damage to 60 houses, many of which were destroyed. A large well-built church was also destroyed. A warehouse and a radio tower also sustained major damage and extensive tree damage was reported. 25 people were injured.
EF1 E of Montrose Jasper, Newton 0731 17 miles (27 km) Several houses were damaged, at least four of which were heavily damaged. An old church building was destroyed.
EF2 N of Soso Jones 0743 9 miles (14 km) Numerous houses were damaged, with a well-built house heavily damaged. Several warehouses were destroyed. Several mobile homes were damaged, one of which was destroyed. One person were injured.
EF0 Pascagoula Jackson 30°22′N 88°33′W / 30.37°N 88.55°W / 30.37; -88.55 (Pascagoula (Mar. 26, EF0)) 1033 250 yards (230 m) Brief tornado touched down at Pascagoula High School with minor damage at its fields. Several traffic lights were damaged.
Louisiana
EF1 E of Independence Tangipahoa 30°38′N 90°28′W / 30.64°N 90.47°W / 30.64; -90.47 (Independence (Mar. 26, EF1)) 0658 0.75 miles (1.21 km) Seven houses were damaged and two mobile homes were heavily damaged, one of which was destroyed. One person was injured.
EF0 SSE of Slidell St. Tammany 30°15′N 89°46′W / 30.25°N 89.76°W / 30.25; -89.76 (Slidell (Mar. 26, EF1)) 0843 250 yards (230 m) Brief tornado in a residential subdivision with minor tree damage but no building damage.
Alabama
EF1 WNW of Ashcraft Corner Lamar, Fayette 33°32′N 87°57′W / 33.54°N 87.95°W / 33.54; -87.95 (Ashcraft Corner (Mar. 26, EF1)) 0820 3.33 miles (5.36 km) Two homes, one business and five outbuildings were damaged.
EF0 Alabaster Shelby 33°13′N 86°52′W / 33.21°N 86.86°W / 33.21; -86.86 (Alabaster (Mar. 26, EF0)) 0950 3.75 miles (6.04 km) Brief tornado damaged three houses near exit 238 on Interstate 65.
EF1 E of Appleton Escambia 31°13′N 87°07′W / 31.22°N 87.11°W / 31.22; -87.11 (Appleton (Mar. 26, EF1)) 1155 2.09 miles (3.36 km) Several houses and outbuildings were damaged and a barn was destroyed.
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for 03/25/09, NWS Jackson, NWS New Orleans/Baton Rouge, NWS Mobile, NWS Birmingham

March 26 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Thursday, March 26, 2009
EF#
Location
County/
Parish
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Texas
EF0 E of Bonita Montague 33°27′N 97°20′W / 33.45°N 97.34°W / 33.45; -97.34 (Bonita (Mar. 26, EF0)) 0020 unknown Brief tornado without damage
EF0 NW of Muenster Cooke 33°23′N 97°15′W / 33.39°N 97.25°W / 33.39; -97.25 (Muenster (Mar. 26, EF0)) 0134 unknown Reported on the ground by fire department. No known damage
Louisiana
EF1 E of Gonzales Ascension 30°13′N 90°52′W / 30.22°N 90.87°W / 30.22; -90.87 (Gonzales (Mar. 26, EF1)) 0412 1.25 miles (2.01 km) Tornado embedded in an evening line of activity. One structure was destroyed and 30 others were damaged, 10 of them heavily including a large commercial building.
EF0 W of Killian Livingston 30°13′N 90°23′W / 30.22°N 90.39°W / 30.22; -90.39 (Killian (Mar. 26, EF0)) 0428 unknown Minor damage to a barn, a trailer was overturned and numerous trees were uprooted
EF1 N of Pearl River St. Tammany 30°25′N 89°45′W / 30.42°N 89.75°W / 30.42; -89.75 (Pearl River (Mar. 27, EF1)) 0630 0.33 miles (0.53 km) Brief tornado with heavy roof damage to three houses.
Mississippi
EF1 N of Diamondhead Hancock 30°38′N 89°22′W / 30.64°N 89.37°W / 30.64; -89.37 (Diamondhead (Mar. 27, EF1)) 0645 7 miles (11 km) A church sustained significant roof damage and an outbuilding was destroyed.
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for 03/26/09, NWS New Orleans/Baton Rouge, NCDC Storm Data

March 27 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Friday, March 27, 2009
EF#
Location
County/Parish
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Florida
EF0 SW of Mossy Head Walton 30°26′N 86°12′W / 30.43°N 86.20°W / 30.43; -86.20 (Mossy Head (Mar. 27, EF0)) 1137 unknown Numerous trees were uprooted, which blocked lanes of Interstate 10.
EF0 W of Round Lake Jackson 30°23′N 85°14′W / 30.39°N 85.23°W / 30.39; -85.23 (Round Lake (Mar. 27, EF0)) 1320 unknown A home and several boats were damaged and trees were downed.
North Carolina
EF0 SE of Lumberton Robeson 34°34′N 78°58′W / 34.56°N 78.97°W / 34.56; -78.97 (Lumberton (Mar. 27, EF0)) 2032 2.3 miles (3.7 km) A shed was destroyed and a mobile home was damaged.
EF2 E of Parkton Robeson 34°53′N 78°58′W / 34.89°N 78.96°W / 34.89; -78.96 (Parkton (Mar. 27, EF2)) 2102 2 miles (3.2 km) An empty house and a mobile home were destroyed. One person was injured.
EF1 SE of Hope Mills Cumberland 34°57′N 78°56′W / 34.95°N 78.93°W / 34.95; -78.93 (Hope Mills (Mar. 27, EF1)) 2113 5 miles (8.0 km) Several houses and businesses - including a large research building - sustained mostly roof damage. A tractor-trailer was overturned on Interstate 95 as well.
EF1 Greenville Pitt 35°36′N 77°22′W / 35.60°N 77.37°W / 35.60; -77.37 (Greenville (Mar. 27, EF1)) 2205 0.5 miles (0.80 km) Brief tornado with minor damage to about 40 houses.
EF1 W of Hookerton Greene 35°25′N 77°37′W / 35.42°N 77.62°W / 35.42; -77.62 (Hookerton (Mar. 27, EF1)) 2205 1.5 miles (2.4 km) Minor to moderate damage to several homes.
EF0 E of Mingo Sampson 35°07′N 78°19′W / 35.11°N 78.31°W / 35.11; -78.31 (Mingo (Mar. 27, EF0)) 2235 unknown Numerous trees were downed and a barn was damaged.
EF0 SE of Spiveys Corner Sampson 35°08′N 78°18′W / 35.13°N 78.30°W / 35.13; -78.30 (Spiveys Corner (Mar. 27, EF0)) 2240 1 mile (1.6 km) Minor damage to five homes.
EF0 SE of Coats Xrds Johnston 35°19′N 78°18′W / 35.31°N 78.30°W / 35.31; -78.30 (Coats Xrds (Mar. 27, EF0)) 2320 unknown Numerous trees were downed.
Louisiana
EF0 W of Gardner Rapides 31°16′N 92°47′W / 31.27°N 92.78°W / 31.27; -92.78 (Gardner (Mar. 27, EF0)) 2110 2 miles (3.2 km) Many trees were downed, some of which fell onto houses and vehicles.
EF0 SSW of Brownsville-Bawcon Ouachita 32°22′N 92°16′W / 32.36°N 92.26°W / 32.36; -92.26 (Gardner (Mar. 27, EF0)) 0357 unknown Trees were downed and a fence was damaged.
Texas
EF0 SE of Cleveland Liberty 30°12′N 95°03′W / 30.20°N 95.05°W / 30.20; -95.05 (Cleveland (Mar. 27, EF0)) 2132 unknown The roof of a business was blown off and another building had window damage.
EF0 N of Votaw Hardin 30°16′N 94°24′W / 30.26°N 94.40°W / 30.26; -94.40 (Votaw (Mar. 27, EF0)) 2212 unknown Brief touchdown in a field with no damage.
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for 03/27/09, NWS Wilmington (NC), NWS Raleigh, NWS Newport/Morehead City, NWS Lake Charles, LA, NWS Raleigh (Event Summary), NCDC Storm Data

March 28 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Saturday, March 28, 2009
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Mississippi
EF1 SE of Raleigh Smith 31°55′N 89°28′W / 31.91°N 89.46°W / 31.91; -89.46 (Raleign (Mar. 28, EF1)) 0758 1 mile (1.6 km) Four houses sustained minor to moderate damage. Two sheds were also destroyed and trees were damaged.
Georgia
EF0 NW of Vienna Dooly 32°08′N 83°50′W / 32.13°N 83.84°W / 32.13; -83.84 (Vienna (Mar. 28, EF0)) 1450 500 yards (460 m) Brief tornado touchdown
Kentucky
EF1 SE of Morganfield Union 37°41′N 87°55′W / 37.68°N 87.91°W / 37.68; -87.91 (Morganfield (Mar. 28, EF1)) 2123 2.5 miles (4.0 km) Two camper trailer were overturned and a barn lost its roof. Several trees were damaged.
EF3 Corydon area Union, Henderson 37°47′N 87°43′W / 37.79°N 87.71°W / 37.79; -87.71 (Corydon (Mar. 28, EF3)) 2143 12 miles (19 km) Six homes were destroyed with 70 others damaged - 10 of them heavily. One vehicle was thrown 1/4 mile (400 m) from its location. Two people were injured.
EF0 SE of Owensboro Daviess 37°25′N 87°01′W / 37.42°N 87.01°W / 37.42; -87.01 (Owensboro (Mar. 28, EF0)) 2238 unknown Small rope tornado observed by chasers with no damage
South Carolina
EF1 SW of Davis Station Clarendon 33°20′N 80°10′W / 33.34°N 80.17°W / 33.34; -80.17 (Davis Station (Mar. 28, EF1)) 2131 4 miles (6.4 km) Tornado caught on video by trained spotters causing damage only to trees.
Tennessee
EF1 NE of Ashland City Cheatham 36°17′N 87°04′W / 36.28°N 87.06°W / 36.28; -87.06 (Ashland City (Mar. 28, EF1)) 2238 5 miles (8.0 km) A modular home was destroyed with damage to three other homes. Numerous trees were snapped.
EF1 Murfreesboro Rutherford 35°51′N 86°26′W / 35.85°N 86.43°W / 35.85; -86.43 (Murfreesboro (Mar. 28, EF1)) 2350 1.1 miles (1.8 km) Several businesses were damaged, including the local Boys and Girls Club and a shopping plaza which were heavily damaged. Numerous houses were also damaged. Damages from the tornado were estimated to be over $4.4 million.[65]
EF1 Huntland Franklin 35°09′N 86°16′W / 35.15°N 86.27°W / 35.15; -86.27 (Huntland (Mar. 28, EF1)) 0001 1.5 miles (2.4 km) Minor damage to a house and a barn. Numerous trees snapped or broken.
EF0 SE of Dunlap Sequatchie 35°21′N 85°22′W / 35.35°N 85.36°W / 35.35; -85.36 (Dunlap (Mar. 28, EF0)) 0153 1 mile (1.6 km) Damage to trees.
North Carolina
EF2 N of Clarkton Bladen 34°32′N 78°40′W / 34.54°N 78.67°W / 34.54; -78.67 (Clarkton (Mar. 28, EF2)) 0108 1.6 miles (2.6 km) One home was significantly damaged with a cinder block storage being destroyed and part of the back of the home being lifted from the foundation. Three other homes were damaged. Damage to farm and other storage/cinder block buildings.
EF0 NW of White Lake Bladen 34°44′N 78°31′W / 34.73°N 78.52°W / 34.73; -78.52 (White Lake (Mar. 28, EF0)) 0136 0.25 miles (0.40 km) Brief touchdown with damage limited to trees.
Alabama
EF1 W of Valley Head DeKalb 34°34′N 85°39′W / 34.56°N 85.65°W / 34.56; -85.65 (Valley Head (Mar. 28, EF1)) 0120 2.6 miles (4.2 km) Many trees, mostly tall pines, were uprooted. Some of them fell on a house, heavily damaging it.
EF0 NE of Pisgah Jackson unknown 1.6 miles (2.6 km) Two houses sustained roof damage and a barn was heavily damaged.
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for 03/28/09, NWS Jackson, MS, NWS Nashville, NWS Paducah, NWS Wilmington, NC, NWS Huntsville, NWS Columbia, NCDC Storm Data

March 29 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Saturday, March 28, 2009
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Pennsylvania
EF1 N of Ephrata Lancaster 40°12′N 76°11′W / 40.20°N 76.18°W / 40.20; -76.18 (Ephrata (Mar. 29, EF1)) 2050 1.25 miles (2.01 km) EF1 tornado destroyed several mobile homes.[66] WHTM-TV reports injuries while witnesses reported a funnel cloud in the area of Clay Township.[67]
Sources: SPC Reports 03/29/2009, NWS State College

March 31 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Tuesday, March 31, 2009
EF#
Location
Parish
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Louisiana
EF1 E of Natchez Natchitoches, Grant 31°40′N 93°01′W / 31.67°N 93.01°W / 31.67; -93.01 (Natchez (Mar. 31, EF1)) 1331 8.1 miles (13.0 km) A barn was completely destroyed and several buildings sustained minor to moderate damage. Trees were damaged at two historic plantations.
Florida
EF0 NW of Palm Beach Gardens Palm Beach 26°30′N 80°04′W / 26.50°N 80.06°W / 26.50; -80.06 (Palm Beach Gardens (Mar. 31, EF0)) 1930 1 mile (1.6 km) A few residential buildings had roof damage. One fence was blown down and several trees were damaged.
EF0 Glen Ridge Palm Beach 26°26′N 80°02′W / 26.43°N 80.04°W / 26.43; -80.04 (Glen Ridge (Mar. 31, EF0)) 1950 unknown A bus bench was flipped over, signs were blown down or damaged and tree branches broken
EF1 SW of Lee Madison 30°10′N 83°11′W / 30.17°N 83.18°W / 30.17; -83.18 (Lee (Mar. 31, EF1)) 0040 1 mile (1.6 km) Damage to numerous large pine trees
EF1 S of Ellaville Suwannee 30°13′N 83°06′W / 30.22°N 83.10°W / 30.22; -83.10 (Ellaville (Mar. 31, EF0)) 0045 2 miles (3.2 km) Damage to several farm buildings, mobile homes and chicken houses
Georgia
EF0 Norman Park Colquitt 31°10′N 83°24′W / 31.16°N 83.40°W / 31.16; -83.40 (Norman Park (Mar. 31, EF0)) 2212 unknown Brief touchdown in an open field
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for 03/31/09, NWS Shreveport, NCDC Storm Data

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