1 NE Baton Rouge [East Baton Rouge Co, LA] FIRE DEPT/RESCUE reports TSTM WND DMG at 7:47 AM CDT -- MULTIPLE REPORTS OF TREES DOWNED ON HOUSES IN THE GLEN OAKS AREA OF BATON ROUGE. ONE ON THE 7200 BLOCK OF ALBANY STREET AND ANOTHER ON THE 6100 BLOCK OF LANDIS DRIVE. REPORT RELAYED FROM EBR PARISH DISTRICT 6 FD. TIME ESTIMATED BY RADAR.
3 SE Mamou [Evangeline Co, LA] PUBLIC reports TSTM WND DMG at 5:41 AM CDT -- PUBLIC PHOTO OF A SMALL RESIDENCE MOVED ONTO LANSE MEG RD. SE OF MAMOU. STRUCTURE APPEARS TO HAVE SUFFERED SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE BUT IS OVERALL STILL IN TACT. OCCUPANT WAS INSIDE RESIDENCE AT THE TIME OF OCCURANCE BUT NO INJURIES ARE REPORTED. TORNADO POSSIBLE. TIME ESTIMATED RADAR.
4 SSW Opelousas [St. Landry Co, LA] TRAINED SPOTTER reports TSTM WND DMG at 6:10 AM CDT -- SPOTTER REPORT OF LARGE TREES DOWN ON HWY 182 NEAR THE BELLEVUE CEMETERY SOUTH OF OPELOUSAS. TIME ESTIMATED BY RADAR.
Post by gullywasher on May 19, 2019 9:36:39 GMT -6
Beautiful textures to the bottoms of the clouds
If I owned Baskins & Robbins, I would feature a special at all stores in a storms path. It would be a double scoop for the price of a single, but it would be two different flavors of the largest in inventory. Since this would be the servers decision........why of course, it would be called ........................"The Cone of Uncertainity"
Well, the weather in Dallas on Saturday did affect my travel as my flight from the West Coast got diverted to Austin because the airports in Dallas were closed. Worked out better because of a timely direct from AUS to MSY that I was able to change to.
Montpelier [St. Helena Co, LA] NWS STORM SURVEY reports TORNADO of EF0 at 19 May, 8:30 AM CDT -- A TORNADO TOUCHDOWNED AND DAMAGED BEAR CREEK WESTERN STORE ROOF. THE TORNADO TRACKED EASTWARD, DOWNING MULTIPLE TREES. ONE TREE FELL THROUGH THE MIDDLE OF A MOBILE HOME ON 3RD STREET. NO INJURIES REPORTED. ESTIMATED PEAK WINDS 80 MPH. PATH LENGTH 0.1 MILE. PATH WIDTH 30 YARDS.
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4 SE Ville Platte [Evangeline Co, LA] NWS STORM SURVEY reports TORNADO at 19 May, 5:53 AM CDT -- SURVEY RESULTS FOUND THAT A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN AROUND 5 ESE OF MAMOU AND TRAVELED 9.1 MILES TO THE ENE BEFORE LIFTING NEAR 5 ESE OF VILLE PLATTE. TORNADO CAUSED WIDESPREAD TREE DAMAGE AND RESIDENCE DAMAGE INCLUDING REMOVED ROOFS AND SEVERE DAMAGE TO SEVERAL MANUFACTURED HOMES. ESTIMATED TORNADO INTENSITY WAS EF-1 WITH MAX WINDS OF 110 MPH.