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There were 232 tornadoes reported in the US in the month of February, of which at least 130 were confirmed.

Daily events[edit]

February 5 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Tuesday, February 5 2008
EF#
Location
County/Parish
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Arkansas
EF1 E of Hamburg Ashley 33°13′39″N 91°47′54″W / 33.22750°N 91.79833°W / 33.22750; -91.79833 (Hamburg, AR) 2132 0.25 miles (400 m) A school lost part of its roof. Several trees were uprooted.
EF4 SE of Centerville to Highland Yell, Pope, Conway, Van Buren, Stone, Izard, Sharp 35°14′37″N 92°56′18″W / 35.243485°N 92.938212°W / 35.243485; -92.938212 (Atkins, AR) 2302 123 miles (198 km) 12 deaths 140 Injuries - An extremely long tracked tornado, longest in Arkansas history, leaving a path of devastation in its wake. In Pope County, the town of Atkins was almost completely destroyed and two people were killed. In Conway County, two more people were killed and many houses were destroyed. In Can Buren County, three people were killed and numerous buildings were destroyed. In Stone County, one person was killed and many buildings were damaged including a hospital which lost its roof and the local fire station was destroyed. Two more people were killed in Izard County before the tornado finally lifted in Sharp County. In all, 200 buildings were destroyed and thousands were damaged during the tornadoes 2 hour life span.
EF2 Gassville area Marion, Baxter 36°16′59″N 92°29′24″W / 36.283160°N 92.490124°W / 36.283160; -92.490124 (Gassville, AR) 2316 14 miles (23 km) 1 death - Severe damage in the community, including several houses destroyed and many others damaged. A gas leak was reported in the town and many trees and power lines were knocked over.[1]
EF0 W of Colt St. Francis 35°07′51″N 90°48′41″W / 35.130750°N 90.811261°W / 35.130750; -90.811261 (Colt, AR) 0119 unknown Brief tornado in the area with no significant damage.
EF1 W of Maynard Randolph 36°25′N 91°10′W / 36.42°N 91.17°W / 36.42; -91.17 (Maynard, AR) 0120 9 miles (14 km) Intermittent tornado tornado with a house and a mobile home destroyed and several other houses damaged. Four people sustained minor injuries.
EF0 W of Junction City Union 0130 7 miles (11 km) Damage reported to mobile homes and trees. Some porches also destroyed.
EF0 S of Moro Lee 34°44′N 91°03′W / 34.74°N 91.05°W / 34.74; -91.05 (Moro, AR) 0159 unknown Tornado touched down in an open field with the only damage to a single tree.
EF0 NE of Birta Yell unknown 0.6 miles (1.0 km) Damage limited to trees
EF0 E of Clarendon Monroe unknown 7.6 miles (12.2 km) Some roof shingles were removed and trees and power lines were damaged
Mississippi
EF0 E of Rosedale Bolivar 33°51′13″N 91°01′37″W / 33.853747°N 91.026829°W / 33.853747; -91.026829 (Rosedale, MS) 2248 3 miles (4.8 km) Gas tank blown over and a mobile home damaged.
EF0 N of Cormorant Desoto 34°56′N 90°13′W / 34.94°N 90.22°W / 34.94; -90.22 (Cormorant, MS) 2318 2 miles (3.2 km) Damage to several farm structures, including an irrigation system.
EF2 Southaven to Memphis, TN Desoto, Shelby (TN) 35°7′3″N 89°58′16″W / 35.11750°N 89.97111°W / 35.11750; -89.97111 (Memphis, TN) 2332 11 miles (18 km) 3 deaths - See section on this tornado
EF0 Courtland Panola 34°14′N 89°56′W / 34.24°N 89.94°W / 34.24; -89.94 (Courtland, MS) 2332 unknown Brief tornado with damage limited to a few trees in town.
EF0 NE of Endville Panola 34°20′N 89°49′W / 34.33°N 89.82°W / 34.33; -89.82 (Endville, MS) 2342 unknown A mobile home was damaged and moved off its foundation.
EF0 NW of Burgess Panola 34°24′N 89°44′W / 34.40°N 89.73°W / 34.40; -89.73 (Burgess, MS) 2353 unknown Brief tornado touchdown flipped a trailer and destroyed a shed.
EF1 NW of Oxford Lafayette 34°21′35″N 89°31′34″W / 34.359837°N 89.526242°W / 34.359837; -89.526242 (Oxford, MS) 2359 7 miles (11 km) Intermittent tornado track with damage to a house and numerous outbuildings.
EF3 N of Oxford Lafayette 34°30′16″N 89°30′03″W / 34.504525°N 89.500713°W / 34.504525; -89.500713 (Abbeville, MS) 0002 8 miles (13 km) Several houses, a church and two industrial buildings including a Caterpillar factory destroyed. Two people were injured.
EF0 S of Chalybeate Tippah 34°54′N 88°52′W / 34.90°N 88.87°W / 34.90; -88.87 (Chalybeate, MS) 0050 unknown Trees damaged one house and two mobile homes.
EF1 W of Theo Alcorn 34°53′N 88°35′W / 34.88°N 88.58°W / 34.88; -88.58 (Alcorn County, MS) (county) 0106 unknown One mobile home was destroyed and several others were damaged.
EF0 SE of Benton Yazoo 32°43′N 90°12′W / 32.71°N 90.20°W / 32.71; -90.20 (Benton, MS) 0647 4.7 miles (7.6 km) Two grain bins were destroyed, a semi-trailer was blown over and a house sustained minor damage.
EF1 Singleton Leake 32°53′N 89°32′W / 32.89°N 89.54°W / 32.89; -89.54 (Singleton, MS) 0725 1 mile (1.6 km) Several pine trees uprooted or snapped.
EF0 WNW of Paulette Noxubee 33°51′13″N 91°01′37″W / 33.853747°N 91.026829°W / 33.853747; -91.026829 (Preston, MS) 0755 1 mile (1.6 km) Trees and limbs knocked over. 50-yard (46 m) path.
Texas
EF1 NE of Arp Smith 32°14′N 95°04′W / 32.23°N 95.06°W / 32.23; -95.06 (Arp, AR) 2250 1 mile (1.6 km) A large barn was destroyed and several trees were damaged.
Tennessee
EF2 Arlington Shelby, Tipton 35°16′40″N 89°40′24″W / 35.277689°N 89.673273°W / 35.277689; -89.673273 (Arlington, TN) 2303 25 miles (40 km) Long-track tornado with severe damage in several areas. About 15 houses were damaged.
EF3 Somerville to SW of Jackson Fayette, Haywood, Madison 0025 30 miles (48 km) 3 deaths - Many houses and a church were destroyed and numerous mobile homes were flattened by the large wedge tornado. One of the fatalities was in a vehicle in a destroyed shed, the others in destroyed houses. Hardest hit was Huntersville.
EF4 Jackson area Madison 35°37′59″N 88°49′15″W / 35.633132°N 88.820805°W / 35.633132; -88.820805 (Jackson, TN) 0100 11 miles (18 km) See section on this tornado
EF2 Spring Creek Madison 35°46′N 88°41′W / 35.76°N 88.68°W / 35.76; -88.68 (Spring Creek, TN) 0121 unknown One house was severely damaged and three others sustained lesser damage. Large trees were knocked over.
EF1 Eastview McNairy 35°04′52″N 88°33′03″W / 35.081209°N 88.550886°W / 35.081209; -88.550886 (Eastview, TN) 0123 unknown Two businesses destroyed and a mobile home was also destroyed. Several houses damaged by trees.
EF0 W of Cedar Grove Carroll 0145 unknown Brief tornado touchdown with damage to a few trees.
EF1 NE of Big Sandy Benton, Houston 36°14′03″N 88°05′09″W / 36.234203°N 88.085869°W / 36.234203; -88.085869 (Big Sandy, TN) 0207 7.2 miles (12 km) Significant damage reported along the track with numerous houses damaged.
EF0 E of Clifton Hardin, Wayne 35°22′58″N 87°59′31″W / 35.382777°N 87.992060°W / 35.382777; -87.992060 (Clifton, TN) 0210 unknown Several houses were reported to be damaged. Rating is preliminary, may have been EF1.
EF1 E of Linden Perry, Lewis, Hickman 35°36′44″N 87°50′30″W / 35.612168°N 87.841601°W / 35.612168; -87.841601 (Linden, TN) 0210 unknown Numerous trees knocked down in the county. Several houses were also damaged and trailers destroyed.
EF4 Cerro Gordo area Hardin 35°19′26″N 88°21′08″W / 35.32389°N 88.35222°W / 35.32389; -88.35222 (Hardin County, TN) 0240 15 miles (24 km) 3 deaths - 35 to 50 houses were damaged or destroyed along its path. Many trees were destroyed alongside the Tennessee River. All three deaths were in mobile homes. Five others injured according to an NWS station report.[2]
EF2 SE of Centerville Hickman, Williamson 0245 unknown Several houses were destroyed and others damaged.
EF3 Gallatin to Tompkinsville (KY) Sumner, Trousdale, Macon, Monroe (KY), Cumberland (KY) 36°33′41″N 86°14′50″W / 36.561306°N 86.247123°W / 36.561306; -86.247123 (Westmoreland, TN) 0407 51 miles (82 km) 23 deaths - See section on this tornado
EF0 N of Lobelville Perry unknown unknown
EF0 NW of Coble Hickman unknown unknown
EF0 S of Spencers Mill Dickson unknown unknown
EF0 N of Scottsboro Davidson unknown unknown
EF0 N of Lohman Sumner unknown unknown
EF1 NW of Gallatin Sumner unknown 10 miles (16 km) Several houses sustained roof damage. Major tree damage reported in the area.
EF1 Leipers Fork Williamson unknown 1 mile (1.6 km) Extensive tree damage reported, and several houses sustained minor damage.
EF0 W of Germantown Shelby unknown 75 yards (70 m) Brief tornado possibly a satellite of the main south Memphis tornado.
EF0 NW of Arlington Shelby unknown 1 mile (1.6 km) Brief tornado
Illinois
EF0 SE of Farina (1st tornado) Marion 0010 0.25 miles (400 m) Brief touchdown with damage to machine sheds.
EF0 SE of Farina (2nd tornado) Marion 0015 200 yards (180 m) Brief touchdown with damage to machine sheds.
Kentucky
EF1 W of Boatwright Calloway 36°37′N 88°16′W / 36.62°N 88.27°W / 36.62; -88.27 (Calloway County, KY) (county) 0025 1.2 miles (1.9 km) Several houses damaged including one blown roof.
EF1 S of Canton Trigg 0040 0.1 miles (160 m) Brief tornado uprooted and snapped some trees.
EF1 S of Cadiz Trigg 0050 5.1 miles (8.2 km) One house lost its roof and several others had minor shingle damage. A barn was also knocked off its foundation.
EF2 SW of Crofton Christian 37°02′52″N 87°29′07″W / 37.047752°N 87.485260°W / 37.047752; -87.485260 (Crofton, KY) 0109 13.8 miles (22 km) 27 houses were damaged, of which 17 were destroyed. 19 other sheds, barns and outbuildings were also destroyed. Two people were injured.
EF3 W of Greenville Muhlenberg 37°12′26″N 87°10′35″W / 37.207158°N 87.176499°W / 37.207158; -87.176499 (Greenville, KY) 0144 12 miles (19 km) 3 deaths - 113 houses were damaged with 48 destroyed in Greenville and Powderly, including many mobile homes flattened. Damage also reported in Central City. All fatalities occurred in a mobile home park.
EF1 Brandenburg Meade 37°59′34″N 86°10′29″W / 37.992664°N 86.174657°W / 37.992664; -86.174657 (Brandenburg, KY) 0454 7 miles (11 km) Several buildings suffered significant damage along the path, including a church, an office building, a bank and two retail businesses.
EF2 Cecilia area Hardin 37°40′N 85°57′W / 37.67°N 85.95°W / 37.67; -85.95 (Cecilia, KY) 0521 6.75 miles (10.9 km) Tornado embedded in a larger squall line. Numerous houses were damaged along with several boats and outbuildings. Heavy damage to the football stadium at Central Hardin High School.
EF2 E of Elizabethtown Hardin 37°42′10″N 85°51′58″W / 37.702674°N 85.866173°W / 37.702674; -85.866173 (Elizabethtown, KY) 0527 1 mile (1.6 km) Two trailers sustained severe damage.
EF1 N of Bonnieville Hart 0532 11 miles (18 km) Intermittent tornado track. Many barns and mobile homes were destroyed, and several houses were damaged.
EF0 SW of Taylorsville Spencer 38°02′05″N 85°20′38″W / 38.034837°N 85.343797°W / 38.034837; -85.343797 (Taylorsville, KY) 0538 0.5 miles (800 m) Two mobile homes were destroyed and other roof damage was reported.
EF1 E of Nelsonville Nelson 0538 1 mile (1.6 km) One house lost its roof, and numerous trees and poles were knocked down.
EF0 S of Taylorsville Spencer 38°02′05″N 85°20′38″W / 38.034837°N 85.343797°W / 38.034837; -85.343797 (Taylorsville, KY) 0543 0.5 miles (800 m) Significant damage to several barns and houses.
EF2 N of Christianburg Shelby 0546 6 miles (9.7 km) Two barns, a grain silo and a nitrogen tank were destroyed, and several houses sustained roof damage. Widespread tree damage.
EF2 S of Bardstown Nelson 0550 1 mile (1.6 km) One building at construction shop was destroyed (two others were damaged), along with a mobile home where two people were injured.
EF0 SE of Waddy Shelby 0552 0.33 miles (500 m) A large barn was destroyed, and several trees were snapped.
EF1 SE of Springfield Washington 37°41′11″N 85°13′19″W / 37.686328°N 85.221955°W / 37.686328; -85.221955 (Springfield, KY) 0601 0.67 miles (1.1 km) Tornado embedded in wind damage blew a roof off a house. Several outbuildings destroyed.
EF2 NE of Springfield Washington 37°41′11″N 85°13′19″W / 37.686328°N 85.221955°W / 37.686328; -85.221955 (Springfield, KY) 0606 1 mile (1.6 km) A large, well-constructed building was destroyed and concrete joints were displaced.
EF2 SW of Cynthiana Harrison 38°23′N 84°18′W / 38.39°N 84.30°W / 38.39; -84.30 (Cynthiana, KY) 0629 2.5 miles (4.0 km) One house and several barns were destroyed and numerous other houses were damaged.
EF1 N of Frankfort Franklin 38°11′N 84°52′W / 38.19°N 84.87°W / 38.19; -84.87 (Frankfort, KY) 0642 1.5 miles (2.4 km) Seven barns were destroyed and numerous houses were damaged.
EF0 NE of Winchester Clark 0651 0.75 miles (1.2 km) Tornado embedded in straight-line damage. Two barns were destroyed, and several other barns and a house were damaged.
EF1 S of Owingsville Bath 38°05′N 83°46′W / 38.08°N 83.76°W / 38.08; -83.76 (Owingsville, KY) 0706 8.7 miles (14 km) At least 8 barns and outbuildings were destroyed, along with two mobile homes. Extensive tree damage.
EF1 E of Harrodsburg Mercer 37°45′50″N 84°50′46″W / 37.764019°N 84.845974°W / 37.764019; -84.845974 (Harrodsburg, KY) 0720 1 mile (1.6 km) Two industrial buildings were damaged and extensive tree damage was reported.
EF0 N of Deniston Menifee 37°56′N 83°32′W / 37.94°N 83.54°W / 37.94; -83.54 (Deniston, KY) 0723 4.1 miles (6.6 km) Two older barns were destroyed.
EF3 SE of Scottsville Allen, Monroe, Metcalfe 36°40′N 86°09′W / 36.66°N 86.15°W / 36.66; -86.15 (Scottsville, KY) 0740 9 miles (14 km) 4 deaths - Four others were injured. Several outbuildings, three homes and five mobile homes were destroyed. The fatalities came from three separate mobile homes. Many animals, including horses, were also killed.
Missouri
EF1 Burr area Ripley 36°40′N 90°52′W / 36.66°N 90.87°W / 36.66; -90.87 (Ripley County, MO) (county) 0135 19 miles (31 km) Intermittent tornado path with four mobile homes destroyed along with several outbuildings. Extensive tree damage.
EF1 S of Harviell Butler 0203 3.2 miles (5.1 km) A barn was destroyed and another one was damaged, along with several grain bins. Minor damage to a few houses.
EF2 NW of Bernie Butler, Stoddard 0215 13.6 miles (22 km) A mobile home, a concrete silo and several grain bins were destroyed. Roof and shingle damage also reported to numerous houses.
Indiana
EF1 Bloomfield Greene 39°01′29″N 86°56′25″W / 39.024634°N 86.940307°W / 39.024634; -86.940307 (Bloomfield, IN) 0315 4 miles (6.4 km) Several structures received significant wall and roof damage. Some damage to school playground. Multiple trees down or damaged.
Louisiana
EF0 S of Archie Catahoula 31°34′N 91°58′W / 31.57°N 91.97°W / 31.57; -91.97 (Archie, LA) 0525 50 yards (46 m) Brief narrow touchdown tore a roof off a barn.
Sources:

Storm reports of February 5, 2008, NWS Jackson KY, NWS Louisville, NWS Indianapolis, NWS Jackson MS, NWS Paducah NWS Nashville NWS Memphis, NWS Memphis (Track Map), NWS Little Rock, NWS Shreveport NWS St. Louis, Missouri WEHT, Evansville, IN

February 6 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Wednesday, February 6 2008
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Alabama
EF1 N of Beaverton Lamar, Marion 33°56′N 88°01′W / 33.93°N 88.02°W / 33.93; -88.02 (Beaverton, AL) 0804 6 miles (10 km) Numerous trees uprooted or snapped off. Roof damage and trees on houses in Beaverton.
EF2 NE of Samantha Fayette, Tuscaloosa, Walker 33°31′N 87°32′W / 33.51°N 87.53°W / 33.51; -87.53 (Samantha, AL) 0903 28 miles (45 km) Significant damage reported in the area with 15 structures damaged or destroyed by a large wedge tornado. At least 500 trees uprooted.
EF4 Moulton area Lawrence, Morgan 34°29′N 87°17′W / 34.48°N 87.28°W / 34.48; -87.28 (Moulton, AL) 0915 16.7 miles (27 km) 4 deaths - See section on this tornado
EF0 E of Dodge City Cullman 1000 200 yards (180 m) Brief tornado with damage limited to some trees.
EF1 NE of Guntersville Marshall 34°22′N 86°16′W / 34.36°N 86.27°W / 34.36; -86.27 (Guntersville, AL) 1045 0.1 miles (160 m) Brief tornado damaged a house and destroyed a carport and two outbuildings.
EF4 Rosalie area Jackson 34°42′N 85°46′W / 34.70°N 85.77°W / 34.70; -85.77 (Rosalie, AL) 1117 10.9 miles (18 km) 1 death - Several houses were flattened and blown off their foundations. Numerous trees were also shredded and a chicken house was destroyed.[3]
EF2 S of Stewartville Coosa, Talladega 33°02′N 86°14′W / 33.04°N 86.24°W / 33.04; -86.24 (Stewartville, AL) 1235 14 miles (23 km) 200 to 300 large trees snapped off or sheared by a 1/2 mile (800 m) wide wedge tornado.
Sources:

Storm reports of February 6, 2008, NWS Birmingham, NWS Huntsville

February 12 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Tuesday, February 12 2008
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Mississippi
EF0 NW of Gulfport Harrison 30°16′N 89°05′W / 30.26°N 89.09°W / 30.26; -89.09 1737 0 miles (0.0 km) Tornado briefly touched down near Interstate 10 without causing any damage.
EF0 E of McComb Pike 31°09′N 90°11′W / 31.15°N 90.19°W / 31.15; -90.19 1921 0 miles (0.0 km) Tornado briefly touched down without causing any damage.
Louisiana
EF0 Myrtle Grove area Plaquemines 29°22′N 89°34′W / 29.37°N 89.57°W / 29.37; -89.57 1841 0 miles (0.0 km) Tornado briefly touched down without causing any damage.
EF0 S of St. Martinville St. Martin 30°02′N 91°29′W / 30.04°N 91.49°W / 30.04; -91.49 1902 0 miles (0.0 km) Tornado briefly touched down and knocked over two 75 ft tall ham radio towers. Caused $15,000 in damages.
EF0 New Iberia Iberia 30°01′N 91°31′W / 30.01°N 91.52°W / 30.01; -91.52 1916 0 miles (0.0 km) Tornado briefly touched down and destroyed a carport, damaging four cars. Caused $20,000 in damages.
EF0 N of Pine Grove St. Helena 30°25′N 90°27′W / 30.42°N 90.45°W / 30.42; -90.45 1923 0 miles (0.0 km) Tornado briefly touched down without causing any damage.
EF1 S of Independence Tangipahoa 30°22′N 90°02′W / 30.37°N 90.03°W / 30.37; -90.03 1945 1 mile (1.6 km) 1 Death Tornado touchdown in front of a hospital moving cars and breaking the windows. One women was thrown into a car and killed in the parking lot of the hospital. A mobile home was also knocked down on its side. Caused $25,000 in damages.
EF0 Montz area St. Charles 30°00′N 90°17′W / 30.0°N 90.28°W / 30.0; -90.28 2020 0 miles (0.0 km) Tornado briefly touched down without causing any damage.
Florida
EF0 NNW of Cocoa Beach Brevard 28°13′N 80°22′W / 28.21°N 80.36°W / 28.21; -80.36 1945 0 miles (0.0 km) Tornado briefly touched down causing damage to at least 16 apartments. Caused $200,000 in damages.
EF0 WSW of Everglades City Collier 25°31′N 81°14′W / 25.51°N 81.23°W / 25.51; -81.23 0245 1 mile (1.6 km) Tornado moved across Everglades City producing damage to aircraft, the school, and to other structures. Caused $444,600 in damages.
EF0 NE of Plantation Broward 26°03′N 80°07′W / 26.05°N 80.11°W / 26.05; -80.11 0403 3 miles (4.8 km) Tornado caused minor damage to roofs, fences, awnings, power lines, and trees blown down. Caused $350,000 in damages.

February 13 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Wednesday, February 13 2008
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Florida
EF0 Marathon area Monroe 24°25′N 81°03′W / 24.42°N 81.05°W / 24.42; -81.05 1737 1 mile (1.6 km) Waterspout moved onshore and caused damage to trees and power lines. Caused $2,000 in damages.

February 16 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Saturday, February 16 2008
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Louisiana
EF1 W of Morganza Pointe Coupee 30°26′N 91°22′W / 30.43°N 91.37°W / 30.43; -91.37 1230 2.5 miles (4.0 km) One mobile home suffered severe damage and many other homes had minor damage. Caused $150,000 in damages.
Texas
EF0 W of La Marque Galveston 29°13′N 94°35′W / 29.22°N 94.59°W / 29.22; -94.59 0335 0 miles (0.0 km) Brief touchdown in Galveston, no damage reported.
EF1 S of Yellowpine Sabine 31°09′N 93°29′W / 31.15°N 93.49°W / 31.15; -93.49 0340 >100 feet (30.5 m) Brief touchdown, a large hay barn was destroyed and a mobile home was damaged. Caused $50,000 in damages.

February 17 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Sunday, February 17 2008
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Alabama
EF1 S of Blue Springs Barbour 31°23′N 85°19′W / 31.39°N 85.31°W / 31.39; -85.31 0600 2 miles (3.2 km) Four houses and a mobile home were damaged. Caused $75,000 in damages.
EF2 N of Potter Dallas 32°17′N 87°04′W / 32.29°N 87.06°W / 32.29; -87.06 1826 8 miles (12.9 km) Five structures were destroyed and hundreds of trees were either downed or uprooted. Caused $350,000 in damages.
EF2 NNE of Parker Springs Escambia, Covington 32°17′N 87°04′W / 32.29°N 87.06°W / 32.29; -87.06 1904 15 miles (24.1 km) Three homes were destroyed and two towers were destroyed when the tornado passed through the town of Dixie in Escambia County. One home was destroyed and five others were damaged in the town of Fairfield in Covington County. Caused $950,000 in damages.
EF1 ENE of Falakto Chilton 32°29′N 86°20′W / 32.48°N 86.34°W / 32.48; -86.34 1905 1 mile (1.6 km) One mobile home was destroyed when two trees fell on top of it. Several road signs were destroyed as well. Caused $150,000 in damages.
EF1 NW of Socapatoy Coosa, Tallapoosa 32°00′N 86°03′W / 32.0°N 86.05°W / 32.0; -86.05 1942 11 miles (17.7 km) Six homes damaged. Caused $105,000 in damages.
EF0 WSW of Hackneyville Tallapoosa 33°01′N 85°35′W / 33.01°N 85.59°W / 33.01; -85.59 1947 5 miles (8.0 km) A few homes suffered minor roof damage. Caused $10,000 in damages.
EF0 S of Gibsonville Clay 33°05′N 85°28′W / 33.09°N 85.47°W / 33.09; -85.47 2003 2 miles (3.2 km) One home sustained roof damage and a restaurant had part of its roof torn off. Caused $10,000 in damages.
EF1 WNW of Jack Coffee, Pike 31°20′N 86°00′W / 31.34°N 86.0°W / 31.34; -86.0 2017 9 miles (14.5 km) Five buildings were damaged. Caused $85,000 in damages.
EF1 NNE of Corinth Randolph 33°09′N 85°18′W / 33.15°N 85.3°W / 33.15; -85.3 2022 15 miles (24.1 km) Numerous outbuildings were destroyed and at least 7 other buildings were damaged. Caused $100,000 in damages.
EF2 SSE of Collirene Lowndes 32°06′N 86°29′W / 32.1°N 86.49°W / 32.1; -86.49 2024 15 miles (24.1 km) 10 Injuries 11 Structures were sustained damage with three of them being destroyed. Caused $215,000 in damages.
EF3 SE of Prattville Autauga 32°14′N 86°17′W / 32.24°N 86.28°W / 32.24; -86.28 2058 6 miles (9.7 km) 50 Injuries 240 buildings were either damaged or destroyed as well as hundreds of trees uprooted. Caused $10 Million in damages.
EF2 SSE of Glenville Russell, Stewart (GA), Chattahoochee (GA), Marion (GA), Taylor (GA), Crawford (GA), Jones (GA) 32°03′N 85°05′W / 32.05°N 85.09°W / 32.05; -85.09 2140 77 miles (123.9 km) 12 Injuries Very long tracked and long lived half-mile-wide tornado destroyed several buildings and damaged numerous buildings and outbuildings. Caused $1.05 Million in damages.
EF1 NNW of Elamville Barbour 31°25′N 85°24′W / 31.42°N 85.40°W / 31.42; -85.40 2217 21 miles (33.8 km) Several mobile homes were damaged. Caused $35,000 in damages.
EF0 NW of Richards Railroads Barbour 31°26′N 85°10′W / 31.44°N 85.17°W / 31.44; -85.17 2238 0 miles (0.0 km) Brief tornado destroyed a barn and damaged several other buildings. Caused $6,000 in damages.
Florida
EF1 WSW of Molino Railroads Escambia 30°25′N 87°13′W / 30.42°N 87.21°W / 30.42; -87.21 1759 5 miles (8.0 km) Tornado damaged 60 structures, 40 of which were uninhabitable. Caused $750,000 in damages.
EF1 ENE of Barth Escambia 30°28′N 87°08′W / 30.47°N 87.14°W / 30.47; -87.14 1815 2 miles (3.2 km) Tornado destroyed one building and damaged two others. Caused $200,000 in damages.
Louisiana
EF1 S of Palmetto St. Landry 30°25′N 91°03′W / 30.41°N 91.05°W / 30.41; -91.05 0630 6 miles (9.7 km) One tied down mobile home was blown over and rolled several times before being destroyed. Several sheds were destroyed, numerous homes were damaged and many trees were uprooted. Caused $125,000 in damages.
EF1 SSW of Greensburg St. Helena 30°27′N 90°02′W / 30.45°N 90.04°W / 30.45; -90.04 0942 Unknown Several homes were damaged and a porch was destroyed. Caused $30,000 in damages.
EF1 Roseland area Tangipahoa 30°28′N 90°02′W / 30.46°N 90.03°W / 30.46; -90.03 0955 2 miles (3.2 km) One home and one trailer were damaged and many trees and power lines were downed. Caused $15,000 in damages.
EF0 NW of Mt. Hermon Washington 30°35′N 90°01′W / 30.58°N 90.01°W / 30.58; -90.01 1025 Unknown One shed was destroyed and a farm building was damaged. Caused $8,000 in damages.
EF0 W of Varnado Washington 30°31′N 90°00′W / 30.52°N 90.00°W / 30.52; -90.00 1105 Unknown Three home and six barns sustained minor damages. Caused $20,000 in damages.
Georgia
EF1 SW of Lowell Carroll 33°16′N 85°03′W / 33.26°N 85.05°W / 33.26; -85.05 2152 4 miles (6.4 km) Tornado damaged several buildings. Caused $150,000 in damages.

February 18 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Monday, February 18 2008
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Florida
EF1 SW of Mount Pleasant Gadsden 30°24′N 84°24′W / 30.4°N 84.4°W / 30.4; -84.4 0708 6 miles (9.7 km) 1 Injury Several homes damaged. Caused $200,000 in damages.
Georgia
EF0 S of Fowlstwon Gadsden 30°27′N 84°19′W / 30.45°N 84.31°W / 30.45; -84.31 0738 2 miles (3.2 km) Several trees were uprooted which fell on homes. Caused $75,000 in damages.
EF1 S of Chapel Grady 30°34′N 84°01′W / 30.56°N 84.01°W / 30.56; -84.01 0800 4 miles (6.4 km) 1 Injury Several homes were damaged including a mobile home which was thrown into a forest. Caused $150,000 in damages.
North Carolina
EF2 N of Hookerton Greene 35°16′N 77°20′W / 35.26°N 77.34°W / 35.26; -77.34 0845 1 mile (1.6 km) 3 Injuries A two story home was demolished and damaged a few other buildings. Caused $500,000 in damages.
EF1 E of Pactolus Pitt, Beaufort, Martin 35°22′N 77°07′W / 35.37°N 77.12°W / 35.37; -77.12 0845 16 miles (25.7 km) Several outbuildings were destroyed and several other structures were damaged. Caused $200,000 in damages.