The 39 Mile Path Of Destruction

Author: J.T. Carruthers
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This book is primarily a picture book recording the damage from the 1 Jun 2011 tornado that swept through western and central Massachusetts.

Destiny S Day At The Zoo

Author: J. T. Carruthers
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ISBN: 9781944680169
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Come join Destiny as she goes to work with her dad at a zoo for Bring Your Child to Work Day!

Monthly Weather Review

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... the month. Л revised list will appear in the United States Meteorological
Yearbook] > Miles instead of yards. ... Width Loss of Value of property destroyed
Place Date Time of path, Character of storm Remarks Feb. Щ7 6-8 ... Щ7 29 yards
Arkansas, north-central portion. ... Destruction within the path of the storm was
extremely violent and complete. One of ... West Plains, Mo., 39 vicinity of. ... The
path of the tornado through this acre was very distinct and In most cases about a
mile wide.

Annual Reports Of The War Department

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... lumber piles were scattered in every direction; the lake as far as the eye could
reach was lashed into a foaming mass, causing ... Franklin, N. 0., 13th, very
violent south— west storm; path of destruction from 1 to 1% miles wide. ... 80.1;
Northern Pacific Coast region, 67.9; Central Pacific Coast region, 100.0;
Southern Pacific Coast region, 100.0. ... Ohio, 18 feet to 40 feet '7 inches;
Cumberland, 39 feet 4 inches; Tennessee, 27 feet 8 inches; Monongahela, 26
feet 4 inches to 27 feet.

Annual Report Of The Secretary Of War

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Franklin, N. C. , 13th, very violent southwest storm; path of destruction from 1 to
1J miles wide. ... 56 to 82; Eastern Gulf States, 66 to 78; Western Gulf States, 50
to 80; Ohio Valley and Tennessee, 52 to 69; Lower Lake region, ... Valley, 80.1;
Northern Pacific Coast region, 67.9; Central Pacific Coast region, 100.0;
Southern Pacific Coast region, 100.0. ... Ohio, 18 feet to 40 feet 7 inches;
Cumberland, 39 feet 4 inches; Tennessee, 27 feet 8 inches; Monongahela, 26
feet 4 inches to 27 feet.

Report Of The Chief Signal Officer United States Army To The Secretary Of War

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Franklin, N. C. , 13th, very violent southwest storm; path of destruction from 1 to IV
miles wide. ... 56 to 82; Eastern Gulf States, 66 to 78; Western Gulf States, 50 to
80; Ohio Valley and Tennessee, 52 to 69; Lower Lake region, ... Valley, 80.1;
Northern Pacific Coast region, «7.9; Central Pacific Coast region, 100.0;
Southern Pacific Coast region, 100.0. ... Ohio, 18 feet to 40 feet 7 inches;
Cumberland, 39 feet 4 inches; Tennessee, 27 feet 8 inches; Monongahela, 26
feet 4 inches to 27 feet.

Climatological Data National Summary

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wind and elec- High winds caused scattered damage, mostly in central and
southern Lower Michigan. ... Damage in path about 1-1/2 miles wide from rain
and lightning minor. ... 10-mile path of destruction not continuous. Observer at
Ogden Dunes reported peak wind gust of 67 m.p.h., at 6:39 p.m. shortly
afterwards small pebbles found at toll road ... County, S. C. Blizzard conditions;
heaviest snow of season accompanied by 40- to 50-m.p.h., winds; drifts 6 to 7
feet high in west-central.

Climatological Data For The United States By Sections

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The heaviest precipitation occurred in the west -central countii s from Clinton to
Monroe, where it amounted to somewhat more than ó inches. Snowfall generally
... Width of path of greatest destruction, about one-fourth mile. The northern part
of ...