Tornado outbreak of January 29–30, 2013

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January 29–30, 2013 tornado outbreak
Significant damage, rated high-end EF3, to a facility in Adairsville, Georgia
High-end EF3 damage at a facility in Adairsville, Georgia
TypeTornado outbreak
DurationJanuary 29–30, 2013
Tornadoes confirmed83 reported, 65 confirmed
Max rating1EF3 tornado
Duration of tornado outbreak21 day, 10 hours, 24 minutes
Highest winds
Largest hail1.75 in (4.4 cm) in diameter
(Dixon, Missouri)
Damage$86 million
Fatalities2 fatalities total (1 tornadic, 1 non-tornadic); 25 injuries
1Most severe tornado damage; see Enhanced Fujita scale 2Time from first tornado to last tornado

The January 29–30, 2013 tornado outbreak was an early-season tornadic event that affected portions of the Midwestern United States and Southern United States. The first signs of the outbreak came on January 23 as the Storm Prediction Center (SPC) detailed the eastward progression of a shortwave trough into an increasingly unstable air mass across portions of the lower Mississippi Valley; however, considerable uncertainty in the placement of severe thunderstorms caused the SPC to remove their threat outline. Succeeding many changes in the forecast, a Day 1 Moderate risk was issued for January 29, warning of the potential for widespread/significant damaging winds and a few strong tornadoes. The threat shifted eastward on January 30, encompassing a large section of the Southeastern United States. By late that day, the shortwave trough tracked northeastward into New England, ending the severe weather threat.

Between January 29–30, a total of 65 tornadoes were confirmed, making the event the fourth-largest winter tornado outbreak and third-largest January tornado outbreak on record. It was also the largest January tornado outbreak in Middle Tennessee on record and the second-largest tornado outbreak for any calendar month there. The strongest tornado, an EF3, impacted portions of Adairsville, Georgia, causing significant damage to an industrial building and several homes. One man was killed after a tree was downed on his mobile home, ending the longest-running streak without a tornado fatality in the United States which began on June 25, 2012. Another man who was taking shelter in a shed was killed by straight-line winds when a tree landed on the structure. A total of 25 people sustained injuries. Overall, the tornadoes resulted in an estimated $86 million (2013 USD) in damage.

Meteorological synopsis[edit]

The final days of January brought a major tornado outbreak. In preparation for the event, the Storm Prediction Center outlined a rare Day 7 outlook region for portions of the Lower Mississippi Valley and Ark-La-Tex region.[1] This region was subsequently removed by January 25 due to significant model differences,[2] but was once again introduced in Day 4 and 5 convective outlook regions the following day.[3] A Day 3 slight risk of severe weather was issued on January 27 from western Indiana down to central Texas, with the SPC warning of the potential for a significant severe weather event.[4] A moderate risk of severe weather was forecasted in the afternoon January 28 Day 2 outlook,[5] making it the fifth Day 2 moderate outlook issued in January over the past 15 years.[6] While the main threat was expected to be damaging winds, produced by a potent squall line, the SPC also warned of a few strong, long-lived tornadoes.[7] Numerous tornado watches were issued throughout the day as a squall line developed and worked eastward into the morning hours of January 30. In addition, a few semi-discrete supercells formed in the Lower Mississippi Valley. Multiple tornadoes touched down ahead of and along the squall line.[8]

Confirmed tornadoes[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Enhanced Fujita rating
EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 28 26 10 1 0 0 65

January 29 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage Summary Refs
EF1 NW of Orlando Logan OK 36°10′N 97°28′W / 36.16°N 97.46°W / 36.16; -97.46 (Orlando (Jan. 29, EF1)) 1248 – 1249 2.4 mi (3.9 km) 400 yd (370 m) $200,000 A farmstead was damaged, with a nearby pole barn partially destroyed. Wood debris was scattered across the property, with splintered boards driven several inches into the ground. Substantial tree damage was observed, with some trees partially debarked. Heavy farm equipment was moved or overturned. [9]
EF1 SSE of Cedar Springs to NNW of Caplinger Mills Cedar MO 37°50′N 93°53′W / 37.84°N 93.88°W / 37.84; -93.88 (Cedar Spgs (Jan. 29, EF1)) 1700 – 1703 2.66 mi (4.28 km) 200 yd (180 m) $100,000 A carport was destroyed and several outbuildings and barns were either damaged or destroyed. Several homes sustained minor roof damage and numerous trees were snapped or uprooted. [10]
EF1 NW of Gerster to NNE of Quincy St. Clair, Hickory MO 37°59′N 93°37′W / 37.98°N 93.61°W / 37.98; -93.61 (Gerster (Jan. 29, EF1)) 1715 – 1725 8.58 mi (13.81 km) 400 yd (370 m) $225,000 The tornado touched down in St. Clair County before crossing into Hickory County. At least four barns and outbuildings were destroyed, and another barn had its roof removed. Several homes sustained minor roof damage and numerous trees were snapped or uprooted. [11][12]
EF2 N of Short to N of Natural Dam Sequoyah (OK), Crawford (AR) OK, AR 35°36′N 94°30′W / 35.60°N 94.50°W / 35.60; -94.50 (Short (Jan. 29, EF2)) 2055 – 2104 9 mi (14 km) 700 yd (640 m) $20,000 The tornado touched down in Sequoyah County, Oklahoma and quickly crossed the Oklahoma–Arkansas border into Crawford County. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted in both counties. Power poles were also snapped and a house sustained minor damage. [13][14]
EF1 NW of Marthasville Warren MO 38°40′N 91°08′W / 38.66°N 91.13°W / 38.66; -91.13 (Concord Hill (Jan. 29, EF1)) 2114 – 2115 1.17 mi (1.88 km) 40 yd (37 m) $0 The roof of a small barn was carried 80–90 yd (73–82 m) and lifted into trees, and supporting poles from the barn were uplifted approximately 8 in (20 cm). Several pieces of wood were driven into the ground. A two-story residence was damaged. [15]
EF1 WSW of Harris to S of Goshen Washington AR 36°01′N 94°04′W / 36.02°N 94.06°W / 36.02; -94.06 (Harris (Jan. 29, EF1)) 2134 – 2139 4.2 mi (6.8 km) 400 yd (370 m) $500,000 Chicken houses, outbuildings, and barns were destroyed, approximately 40 to 50 homes were damaged, and numerous trees were snapped or uprooted. [16]
EF0 NW of Chain of Rocks Lincoln MO 38°55′N 90°49′W / 38.91°N 90.81°W / 38.91; -90.81 (Chain of Rocks (Jan. 29, EF1)) 2136 – 2137 1.6 mi (2.6 km) 30 yd (27 m) $500,000 Homes sustained roof damage and trees were snapped. [17]
EF1 NW of Rockhouse Madison AR 36°18′N 93°42′W / 36.30°N 93.70°W / 36.30; -93.70 (Rockhouse (Jan. 29, EF1)) 2157 – 2159 2 mi (3.2 km) 350 yd (320 m) $250,000 Several barns and outbuildings were destroyed, a couple of homes were damaged, numerous trees were snapped or uprooted, and power poles were blown down. Several cows on a farm were killed by flying debris. [18]
EF0 NW of Mineola Wood TX 32°42′N 95°33′W / 32.70°N 95.55°W / 32.70; -95.55 (Mineola Wisener Arpt (Jan. 29, EF0)) 0015 – 0016 0.19 mi (0.31 km) 325 yd (297 m) $5,000 A few trees were snapped or uprooted. Some tins from boatsheds were removed. [19]
EF0 NW of Stringtown Bolivar MS 33°35′N 91°01′W / 33.59°N 91.02°W / 33.59; -91.02 (Stringtown (Jan. 29, EF0)) 0048 – 0049 0.45 mi (0.72 km) 50 yd (46 m) $5,000 A large tree was uprooted and three homes sustained minor shingle damage. [20]
EF0 S of Bredlow Corner to E of Wampoo Pulaski AR 34°30′N 92°06′W / 34.50°N 92.10°W / 34.50; -92.10 (Bredlow Corner (Jan. 29, EF0)) 0201 – 0206 5.25 mi (8.45 km) 50 yd (46 m) $10,000 Part of the roof was ripped off an old barn and trees were blown down. [21]
EF1 WNW of Flatwoods Ripley MO 36°41′N 90°46′W / 36.69°N 90.76°W / 36.69; -90.76 (Flatwoods (Jan. 29, EF1)) 0214 – 0216 0.27 mi (0.43 km) 100 yd (91 m) $100,000 Two homes sustained moderate roof damage. A porch was lifted over the house and a small boat was blown approximately 150 ft (46 m). A barn was heavily damaged and approximately 40 large trees were snapped or uprooted. [22]
EF2 ESE of Junland to NNE of Fisk Butler MO 36°46′N 90°16′W / 36.76°N 90.26°W / 36.76; -90.26 (Flatwoods (Jan. 29, EF2)) 0245 – 0247 3.39 mi (5.46 km) 100 yd (91 m) $60,000 A small, poorly-constructed home was leveled. A mobile home was blown several hundred yards. A few trees were snapped and several small structures were blown over. [23]
EF0 NNE of Monticello to S of Old Union Drew AR 33°39′N 91°44′W / 33.65°N 91.74°W / 33.65; -91.74 (Monticello Muni Arpt (Jan. 29, EF0)) 0251 – 0256 3.57 mi (5.75 km) 50 yd (46 m) $20,000 A mobile home lost part of its roof and shingles were blown off several houses. A few trees were blown down. One carport was blown away and another was blown into a tree line. Several outbuildings sustained damage. [24]
EF1 Delta to W of Blomeyer Cape Girardeau MO 37°11′N 89°46′W / 37.18°N 89.77°W / 37.18; -89.77 (Delta (Jan. 29, EF1)) 0313 – 0319 5.45 mi (8.77 km) 100 yd (91 m) $250,000 Several homes in Delta had their shingles blown off. One home sustained major damage, and the roof was torn off a convenience store. A semi and trailer were overturned, and tree damage was observed. [25]
EF1 S of Jackson Cape Girardeau MO 37°20′N 89°44′W / 37.33°N 89.73°W / 37.33; -89.73 (Jackson (Jan. 29, EF1)) 0313 – 0320 6.79 mi (10.93 km) 100 yd (91 m) $80,000 Trees were blown down, shingles were blown off multiple structures, and outbuildings and barns were partially or totally destroyed. [26]
EF2 Goodwill West Carroll LA 32°44′N 91°34′W / 32.73°N 91.57°W / 32.73; -91.57 (Goodwill (Jan. 29, EF2)) 0336 – 0341 5.37 mi (8.64 km) 100 yd (91 m) $250,000 The roof of a home was removed and most of its walls were knocked down. Several outbuildings were destroyed, several travel trailers were flipped, and a few other buildings sustained minor roof damage. Trees and power lines were knocked down. [27]
EF0 E of Mulkeytown Franklin IL 37°58′N 89°07′W / 37.97°N 89.11°W / 37.97; -89.11 (Mulkeytown (Jan. 29, EF0)) 0338 – 0339 0.58 mi (0.93 km) 75 yd (69 m) $0 No reported damage. [28]
EF2 Galatia Saline IL 37°50′N 88°37′W / 37.84°N 88.62°W / 37.84; -88.62 (Galatia (Jan. 29, EF2)) 0416 – 0418 0.97 mi (1.56 km) 125 yd (114 m) $200,000 One unsturdy home lost its roof and most of its exterior walls, and several others sustained roof, window, and chimney damage. A poorly-constructed garage and awning were destroyed. A machine shed was leveled, and another had its doors blown out. Numerous large trees throughout the town were uprooted and snapped, and a hay bale feeder was thrown 250 yd (230 m). One person sustained critical injuries and another sustained minor injuries. [29]

January 30 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage Summary Refs
EF1 S of Skene to WNW of Cleveland Bolivar MS 33°41′N 90°48′W / 33.68°N 90.80°W / 33.68; -90.80 (Skene (Jan. 30, EF1)) 0510 – 0516 5.53 mi (8.90 km) 150 yd (140 m) $175,000 Many homes sustained damage to their awnings and roofs. Small trees were snapped and power poles were blown down. [30]
EF0 SSE of Lynn Grove to NNW of Wiswell Calloway KY 36°35′N 88°26′W / 36.59°N 88.43°W / 36.59; -88.43 (Lynn Grove (Jan. 30, EF0)) 0536 – 0539 2.12 mi (3.41 km) 100 yd (91 m) $25,000 A dog kennel and carport were destroyed, several outbuildings were damaged or destroyed, several trees were snapped or uprooted, and several homes sustained minor shingle damage. The porch columns to a home were shifted and a power pole was snapped. [31]
EF1 NE of Orlando Orange IN 38°37′N 86°37′W / 38.61°N 86.61°W / 38.61; -86.61 (Prospect (Jan. 30, EF1)) 0647 – 0648 0.37 mi (0.60 km) 75 yd (69 m) $25,000 The roof of a home was severely damaged and the associated porch was thrown several feet. Several twigs were driven through the house's siding. [32]
EF2 WNW of Garretsburg to SE of Herndon Christian KY 36°41′N 87°34′W / 36.68°N 87.56°W / 36.68; -87.56 (Garrestsburg (Jan. 30, EF2)) 0736 – 0738 2.06 mi (3.32 km) 200 yd (180 m) $150,000 Three homes sustained major damage. A two-story Amish home had a window blown out and its entire roof system removed. A barn was completely leveled, a milk barn was almost completely leveled, and a machine shop had its roof torn off. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted. [33]
EF1 S of Hopkinsville to NNW of Pembroke Christian KY 36°44′N 87°29′W / 36.73°N 87.48°W / 36.73; -87.48 (Hopkinsville (Jan. 30, EF1)) 0739 – 0746 7.92 mi (12.75 km) 225 yd (206 m) $250,000 Hundreds of trees were snapped or uprooted. A grain bin was blown 150 ft (46 m). Several barns or sheds were leveled, and at least two power poles were broken. [34]
EF2 SE of Rosewood to SE of Penrod Muhlenberg KY 37°04′N 87°03′W / 37.06°N 87.05°W / 37.06; -87.05 (Rosewood (Jan. 30, EF2)) 0800 – 0806 5.14 mi (8.27 km) 325 yd (297 m) $250,000 A home lost a large portion of its roof and several other homes lost a varying number of shingles. A few porches were destroyed and siding was damaged on several homes. Two mobile homes were completely destroyed, with one overturned. Hundreds of trees were snapped or uprooted. [35]
EF1 Hurricane Mills Humphreys TN 35°58′N 87°48′W / 35.97°N 87.80°W / 35.97; -87.80 (Hurricane Mills (Jan. 30, EF1)) 0812 – 0814 2.32 mi (3.73 km) 150 yd (140 m) $250,000 Approximately 500 trees were snapped or uprooted. A barn was destroyed, and several homes and structures in town sustained significant roof damage. [36]
EF2 Coble Hickman TN 35°47′N 87°39′W / 35.78°N 87.65°W / 35.78; -87.65 (Coble (Jan. 30, EF2)) 0826 – 0828 2.98 mi (4.80 km) 300 yd (270 m) $600,000 Hundreds of trees were snapped or uprooted in and around Coble. Several brick homes in town sustained considerable damage. A mobile home was completely destroyed, with its debris scattered and metal frame partially wrapped around a nearby tree. A cinder block garage and at least three barns were demolished; an RV was flipped on its side. [37]
EF1 NW of Moccasin to ESE of Shubert Wayne, Lewis TN 35°26′N 87°47′W / 35.43°N 87.78°W / 35.43; -87.78 (Moccasin (Jan. 30, EF1)) 0832 – 0845 15.23 mi (24.51 km) 100 yd (91 m) $650,000 The tornado touched down in Wayne County, destroying one barn and heavily damaging two others. After moving into Lewis County, five power poles were snapped and nine mobile homes were heavily damaged. Hundreds of trees were snapped in both counties. [38][39]
EF0 E of Bakersworks to S of Shacklett Dickson, Cheatham TN 36°05′N 87°13′W / 36.08°N 87.22°W / 36.08; -87.22 (Bakersworks (Jan. 30, EF0)) 0845 – 0852 7.25 mi (11.67 km) 100 yd (91 m) $175,000 The tornado touched down in Dickson County before moving into Cheatham County. Several homes sustained minor roof damage and hundreds of trees were snapped and uprooted. [40][41]
EF0 Ashland City Cheatham TN 36°17′N 87°04′W / 36.28°N 87.06°W / 36.28; -87.06 (Ashland City (Jan. 30, EF0)) 0852 – 0853 0.24 mi (0.39 km) 75 yd (69 m) $65,000 Minor roof damage occurred and several trees were snapped and uprooted in town. One person was injured. [42]
EF2 NNW of Chestnut Grove to E of Courtland Robertson TN 36°26′N 86°55′W / 36.44°N 86.91°W / 36.44; -86.91 (Ashland City (Jan. 30, EF2)) 0859 – 0905 4.97 mi (8.00 km) 200 yd (180 m) $1,000,000 Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted. A gas station roof was partially ripped off and a gas pump awning was damaged. An outbuilding was destroyed, with its debris tossed 100 yd (91 m) into a water tower. Many homes sustained varying levels of damage. A warehouse had half its roof blown off and an exterior door blown in. A metal TVA high-transmission truss tower was toppled, and several outbuildings sustained moderate damage. [43]
EF0 WNW of Joelton Davidson TN 36°20′N 86°55′W / 36.33°N 86.92°W / 36.33; -86.92 (Joelton (Jan. 30, EF0)) 0900 – 0906 5.55 mi (8.93 km) 50 yd (46 m) $25,000 Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted and a barn sustained damage. [44]
EF0 NW of Bending Chestnut Williamson TN 35°53′N 87°07′W / 35.88°N 87.12°W / 35.88; -87.12 (Bending Chestnut (Jan. 30, EF0)) 0901 – 0902 0.92 mi (1.48 km) 75 yd (69 m) $70,000 Approximately 30 trees were snapped or uprooted and one outbuilding lost a portion of its roof. [45]
EF0 NE of Buck Grove to SSE of Brandenburg Meade KY 37°56′N 86°06′W / 37.94°N 86.10°W / 37.94; -86.10 (Buck Grove (Jan. 30, EF0)) 0905 – 0906 1 mi (1.6 km) 200 yd (180 m) $50,000 Several homes were damaged. One house had its front door pulled off, and a small shed was damaged. [46]
EF1 SE of Oakland to NNE of Baggettsville Robertson TN 36°29′N 86°49′W / 36.48°N 86.81°W / 36.48; -86.81 (Oakland (Jan. 30, EF1)) 0905 – 0911 5.75 mi (9.25 km) 150 yd (140 m) $350,000 Several homes and barns sustained varying degrees of roof damage. Hundreds of trees were snapped or uprooted. [47]
EF0 ENE of Ivy Point to NNW of Ocana Davidson, Sumner TN 36°22′N 86°46′W / 36.36°N 86.77°W / 36.36; -86.77 (Ivy Pt (Jan. 30, EF0)) 0910 – 0923 11.65 mi (18.75 km) 75 yd (69 m) $240,000 The tornado touched down in Davidson County, destroying an old barn. After entering Sumner County, numerous homes in Millersville sustained minor roof and exterior damage and two garage buildings were destroyed. Dozens of trees were snapped or uprooted in both counties. [48][49]
EF0 East Nashville Davidson TN 36°13′N 86°46′W / 36.21°N 86.77°W / 36.21; -86.77 (Inglewood (Jan. 30, EF0)) 0912 – 0915 3.2 mi (5.1 km) 75 yd (69 m) $160,000 Tornado struck the eastern part of Nashville. Several mobile homes were heavily damaged by downed trees, resulting in one injury. Numerous homes and a few health department buildings sustained minor roof and exterior damage. Numerous trees and fences were blown down before the tornado lifted near the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center. [50]
EF1 SSW of Cross Plains to SW of Clearview Robertson, Sumner TN 36°31′N 86°43′W / 36.51°N 86.72°W / 36.51; -86.72 (Eden Corner (Jan. 30, EF1)) 0912 – 0917 5.98 mi (9.62 km) 100 yd (91 m) $884,000 The tornado touched down in Davidson County, before entering Sumner County. Several barns and homes sustained varying degrees of damage. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted. [51][52]
EF0 E of Elizabeth to Southwestern Louisville Harrison (IN), Jefferson (KY) IN, KY 38°07′N 85°55′W / 38.12°N 85.91°W / 38.12; -85.91 (Sugar Grove (Jan. 30, EF0)) 0917 – 0918 2.67 mi (4.30 km) 215 yd (197 m) $115,000 The tornado touched down in Indiana before crossing the Ohio River into Kentucky. In Indiana, four homes and two barns were damaged, a porch was thrown 40 ft (12 m), and several trees were downed. At a residential area in southwest Louisville, trees were uprooted and homes sustained roof and siding damage. [53][54]
EF0 E of Franklin to NNW of Mudsink Williamson TN 35°56′N 86°52′W / 35.93°N 86.86°W / 35.93; -86.86 (Ewingville (Jan. 30, EF0)) 0918 – 0919 2 mi (3.2 km) 75 yd (69 m) $110,000 Four businesses and numerous houses in Franklin sustained roof and exterior damage, with their debris blown into adjacent fields and forests. A pavilion at Liberty Elementary School was damaged by a downed tree. [55]
EF0 NE of Avondale to NE of Cairo Sumner TN 36°20′N 86°33′W / 36.33°N 86.55°W / 36.33; -86.55 (Avondale (Jan. 30, EF0)) 0923 – 0935 10.61 mi (17.08 km) 125 yd (114 m) $265,000 Hundreds of trees were snapped or uprooted. The roof and a side of a mobile home were blown off, and numerous houses sustained minor roof and siding damage as well. Several docks were damaged. [56]
EF2 SSE of Green Hill to N of Beckwith Wilson TN 36°13′N 86°33′W / 36.22°N 86.55°W / 36.22; -86.55 (Green Hill (Jan. 30, EF2)) 0925 – 0930 4.53 mi (7.29 km) 150 yd (140 m) $1,100,000 Tornado caused major damage in the town of Mt. Juliet. A newspaper distribution warehouse was nearly completely destroyed and an adjacent three-story building, Dollar General, and automotive building were heavily damaged. Dozens of other structures sustained minor to moderate structural damage. Significant damage to outbuildings, fences, and power poles was observed, and numerous trees were blown down. Many homes sustained minor roof damage, and large amounts of insulation and roofing material was stuck in trees throughout town. [57]
EF0 N of Castalian Springs Sumner TN 36°24′N 86°20′W / 36.40°N 86.34°W / 36.40; -86.34 (Castalian Spgs (Jan. 30, EF0)) 0934 – 0937 3.63 mi (5.84 km) 100 yd (91 m) $90,000 An apple market sustained minor roof damage. Several trees were snapped and uprooted, and several homes sustained minor roof damage. [58]
EF0 NNW of Rogana to N of Templow Sumner, Trousdale TN 36°28′N 86°20′W / 36.46°N 86.34°W / 36.46; -86.34 (Rogana (Jan. 30, EF0)) 0937 – 0943 5.84 mi (9.40 km) 50 yd (46 m) $80,000 The tornado touched down in Sumner County before moving into Trousdale County. Several homes and outbuildings sustained minor roof damage and a small shed was destroyed. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted. [59][60]
EF2 ESE of Oakland to E of Smiths Grove Warren KY 37°02′N 86°14′W / 37.03°N 86.24°W / 37.03; -86.24 (Oakland (Jan. 30, EF2)) 0938 – 0941 2.96 mi (4.76 km) 250 yd (230 m) $400,000 Several outbuildings were destroyed and four grain bins were destroyed, with their debris tossed several hundred yards, and a semi-trailer was overturned. Two barns, one with poor construction and the other well-built, were completely destroyed; steel I-beams were ripped out of their concrete bases, portions of roofing were scattered, and a few cinder block walls were collapsed in association with the latter. [61]
EF1 NE of Oakland to NW of Providence Wilson, Trousdale TN 36°17′N 86°20′W / 36.28°N 86.33°W / 36.28; -86.33 (Oakland (Jan. 30, EF1)) 0940 – 0950 10.03 mi (16.14 km) 150 yd (140 m) $1,260,000 The tornado touched down in Wilson County, moved into Trousdale County, re-entered Wilson County, and entered Trousdale County for a second time before dissipating. Dozens of trees were snapped or uprooted, several outbuildings were destroyed, and many homes sustained minor to significant roof damage. [62][63][64][65]
EF1 SSW of College Grove to S of Cedar Grove Williamson, Rutherford TN 35°44′N 86°42′W / 35.74°N 86.70°W / 35.74; -86.70 (College Grove (Jan. 30, EF1)) 0941 – 0946 4.59 mi (7.39 km) 150 yd (140 m) $655,000 The tornado touched down in Williamson County, destroying an outbuilding and damaging farm buildings. After crossing into Rutherford County, two farm buildings were heavily damaged, a couple of homes sustained minor roof and siding damage, and at least four barns were damaged. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted in both counties. [66][67]
EF1 Rocky Hill Edmonson KY 37°04′N 86°08′W / 37.07°N 86.14°W / 37.07; -86.14 (Rocky Hill (Jan. 30, EF1)) 0942 – 0944 2.77 mi (4.46 km) 100 yd (91 m) $80,000 Several trees were snapped, a house lost half of its roof, and a nearby barn was destroyed. [68]
EF0 S of Phillipsburg Marion KY 37°26′N 85°16′W / 37.44°N 85.27°W / 37.44; -85.27 (Phillipsburg (Jan. 30, EF0)) 0944 – 0945 0.12 mi (0.19 km) 50 yd (46 m) $25,000 A mobile home was destroyed, injuring the two residents inside. A shed was slid off its foundation. [69]
EF0 NNW of Horsleys Macon TN 36°29′N 86°09′W / 36.49°N 86.15°W / 36.49; -86.15 (Horsleys (Jan. 30, EF0)) 0947 – 0948 0.97 mi (1.56 km) 50 yd (46 m) $120,000 A couple of older barns were destroyed, an outbuilding was damaged, and dozens of trees were snapped. [70]
EF1 E of Rocky Hill Barren KY 36°56′N 86°04′W / 36.94°N 86.06°W / 36.94; -86.06 (Rocky Hill (Jan. 30, EF1)) 0949 – 0950 0.34 mi (0.55 km) 50 yd (46 m) $0 A well-built barn was destroyed and several trees were knocked down. [71]
EF0 NE of Friendship to SSE of Sunrise Macon TN 36°33′N 85°55′W / 36.55°N 85.92°W / 36.55; -85.92 (Friendship (Jan. 30, EF0)) 1001 – 1003 1.53 mi (2.46 km) 75 yd (69 m) $250,000 An older home sustained significant damage and a barn lost a considerable portion of its roof. A few trees were snapped or uprooted. [72]
EF1 SSW of Greenwood Springs to WSW of Crews Monroe (MS), Lamar (AL) MS, AL 33°50′N 88°21′W / 33.84°N 88.35°W / 33.84; -88.35 (Greenwood Spgs (Jan. 30, EF1)) 1025 – 1036 10.82 mi (17.41 km) 300 yd (270 m) $50,000 The tornado touched down in Monroe County, Mississippi, damaging barns, outbuildings, and homes. After crossing into Lamar County, Alabama, it caused minor damage to a house and outbuilding. Many trees were downed in both counties. [73][74]
EF0 NNE of Woodbury to W of Half Acre Cannon TN 35°50′N 86°05′W / 35.84°N 86.08°W / 35.84; -86.08 (Woodbury (Jan. 30, EF0)) 1029 – 1038 6.65 mi (10.70 km) 200 yd (180 m) $150,000 Approximately 100 trees were snapped or uprooted. A few buildings sustained minor roof and structural damage. [75]
EF1 SE of Dellrose to SE of Pearl City Lincoln TN 35°06′N 86°47′W / 35.10°N 86.78°W / 35.10; -86.78 (Dellrose (Jan. 30, EF1)) 1046 – 1053 5.28 mi (8.50 km) 250 yd (230 m) $0 Two large irrigation systems were flipped over and two metal doors to a barn were blown in. A large metal shed was completely destroyed, a trailer was rolled on its side, and an older barn sustained significant roofing and siding damage. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted. [76]
EF1 NW of Fayette Fayette AL 33°44′N 87°54′W / 33.73°N 87.90°W / 33.73; -87.90 (Covin (Jan. 30, EF1)) 1118 – 1125 6.5 mi (10.5 km) 500 yd (460 m) $0 Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted. A residence sustained minor damage and a trampoline was thrown and mangled. [77][78]
EF0 Manchester to ENE of Ragsdale Coffee TN 35°29′N 86°05′W / 35.49°N 86.08°W / 35.49; -86.08 (Manchester (Jan. 30, EF0)) 1126 – 1130 4.57 mi (7.35 km) 75 yd (69 m) $60,000 Dozens of trees were snapped. A scoreboard was destroyed at Coffee County Middle School in Manchester. The roofs of several structures were damaged. [79]
EF0 S of Ferguson Pulaski KY 37°04′N 84°37′W / 37.06°N 84.61°W / 37.06; -84.61 (Ferguson (Jan. 30, EF0)) 1130 – 1131 0.5 mi (0.80 km) 150 yd (140 m) $5,000 The tornado caused roof and siding damage. Several trees were downed, one of which destroyed a shed. [80]
EF0 SSW of Nauvoo Walker AL 33°56′N 87°30′W / 33.93°N 87.50°W / 33.93; -87.50 (Prospect (Jan. 30, EF0)) 1142 – 1146 4.9 mi (7.9 km) 200 yd (180 m) $0 An outbuilding was destroyed, a tree fell on a mobile home, causing moderate damage, and a house sustained shingle damage. Dozens of trees were snapped or uprooted. [81]
EF1 NE of Poplar Springs to N of Nathan Winston AL 34°04′N 87°22′W / 34.06°N 87.37°W / 34.06; -87.37 (Poplar Spgs (Jan. 30, EF1)) 1150 – 1159 10.39 mi (16.72 km) 1,000 yd (910 m) $0 Thousands of trees were downed. The roof of a mobile home was tossed 0.25 mi (0.40 km). Dozens of residences sustained damage and several boat houses were destroyed. Some trees sustained partial debarking, though uncertainties about the affected area's condition previous to the tornado prevented a higher rating. [82][83]
EF1 N of Addison to NW of Jones Chapel Winston, Cullman AL 34°13′N 87°11′W / 34.21°N 87.18°W / 34.21; -87.18 (Addison (Jan. 30, EF1)) 1201 – 1204 6.42 mi (10.33 km) 300 yd (270 m) $0 The tornado touched down in Winston County, snapping and downing many trees and removing portions of roofing from both an outbuilding and house. In Cullman County, a barn and mobile home were destroyed and additional trees were damaged. A hangar at the Addison Municipal Airport was heavily damaged. [84][85][86]
EF3 SW of Adairsville to NNW of Petersburg Bartow, Gordon GA 34°20′N 84°57′W / 34.34°N 84.95°W / 34.34; -84.95 (Adairsville (Jan. 30, EF3)) 1612 – 1643 21.78 mi (35.05 km) 900 yd (820 m) $75,000,000 1 death – The tornado touched down southwest of Adairsville, Georgia before moving into the city. At least 95 structures were damaged, 31 of which were completely destroyed; 17 sustained major damage and 47 sustained minor damage. A large portion of a manufacturing plant was destroyed, and over 100 cars were overturned on Interstate 75. One car was found impaled by two large wooden beams. A tree fell on a mobile home, killing the resident inside and ending the longest-running streak without a tornado-related fatality in the United States on record. After crossing into Gordon County, numerous trees and power lines were downed. A total of 268 homes were impacted, with 30 completely destroyed and 110 heavily damaged. In total, 17 people were injured. [87][88][89]
EF1 SW of Sugar Creek NNE of Hothouse Gilmer, Fannin GA 34°49′N 84°26′W / 34.82°N 84.43°W / 34.82; -84.43 (Al (Jan. 30, EF1)) 1705 – 1715 11.77 mi (18.94 km) 900 yd (820 m) $185,000 The tornado touched down in Gilmer County, snapping eight power poles and snapping or uprooting hundreds of trees. After crossing into Fannin County, up to 100 additional power poles were snapped and more trees were damaged. One person was injured. [90][91]
EF0 NW of Newton Baker GA 31°19′N 84°21′W / 31.31°N 84.35°W / 31.31; -84.35 (Newton (Jan. 30, EF0)) 2309 – 2312 1.19 mi (1.92 km) 25 yd (23 m) $15,000 A home sustained minor damage and trees were snapped or twisted. [92]
EF0 E of Forrester Lee GA 31°38′N 84°10′W / 31.64°N 84.16°W / 31.64; -84.16 (Forrester (Jan. 30, EF0)) 2312 – 2314 1.51 mi (2.43 km) 25 yd (23 m) $1,000 Trees were blown down. [93]

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b All dates are based on the local time zone where the tornado touched down; however, all times are in Coordinated Universal Time for consistency.

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