What city in Alabama gets the most tornadoes?

What city in Alabama gets the most tornadoes?

Alabama resides in the United States’ most deadly tornado area—the Dixie Alley. Researchers are becoming increasingly aware of how dangerous and deadly tornados in the Deep South/ Gulf Coast states can be. Huntsville, Alabama was been rated the top tornado city in 2013.

How many tornadoes were in 2013?

There were at least 903 tornadoes confirmed in the United States in 2013. 115 fatalities have been confirmed worldwide in 2013: 55 in the United States, 36 in Bangladesh, 24 in China, three in Turkey and two in Brazil. One of these tornadoes was the largest ever at 2.6 miles wide.

Did a tornado hit Huntsville Alabama?

Tornado touched down about 3 miles north of Huntsville Jetport and damaged the roofs of a school building and gym. A mobile trailer was also damaged. Tornado skipped across west portion of county mostly in rural area cutting path through woods. One house unroofed and trees and signs down for a distance of 2 miles near airport.

Where did the tornado hit Decatur Alabama?

This tornado moved NE from 5 miles W of Decatur, to near Trinity, to near Meridianville. Near Trinity, the tornado destroyed an Episcopal Church, many homes, and every building on a plantation just outside of town. At least 3 tenant homes were destroyed near Meridianville. Two children were killed in Madison County.

What happened in the tornado on County Road 214 and 298?

The tornado strengthened again to a high end EF-4 as it moved over County Roads 214 and 298, where multiple houses and mobile homes were completely destroyed. Several cars were tossed into fields and wrapped around trees along County Road 291 and 292. One vehicle was tossed into a large hardwood tree that was also debarked.

Where did the Tornado move from in Madison County?

This tornado moved NE from SE Madison County, where a man and a child were killed in the destruction of a small home. Grazulius, Thomas P., Significant Tornadoes Update 1992-1995, 1997.