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Hurricane Cindy (2005) tornado outbreak Collapsed building at the Atlanta Motor Speedway as a result of a tornado spawned by Cindy. Date of tornado outbreak: July 6-8, 2005 Duration1: 1 day, 22 hours, 15 minutes Maximum rated tornado2: F2 tornado Tornadoes caused: 44 Damages: $78.8 million (2005 USD) $87 million (2008 USD) Fatalities: None reported (1 injury) Areas affected: Southern and Eastern North America 1Time from first tornado to last tornado 2Most severe tornado damage; see Fujita Scale The Hurricane Cindy (2005) tornado outbreak was a two-day tornado outbreak that was associated with the passage of Hurricane Cindy across the Southern United States starting on July 6, 2005 across the Gulf Coast states of Alabama and Florida as well as Georgia before ending in the Middle Atlantic Coast on July 8. The outbreak caused no fatalities and only one injury but was fairly strong as there were three F2 touchdowns due to Cindy. The hurricane itself killed three people, two in Georgia, one in Alabama.[1] Cindy produced a total of 44 tornadoes across seven states in a two day span. Just three days after Hurricane Cindy had stuck the Southeastern United States, a much stronger and deadlier storm, Hurricane Dennis, made landfall on the Florida Panhandle on July 10. Contents 1 Tornado event 2 Confirmed tornadoes 2.1 July 6 event 2.2 July 7 event 2.3 July 8 event 3 Atlanta Motor Speedway tornado 4 See also 5 References 6 External links Tornado event The outbreak began as the remnants of Cindy weakened over Louisiana. As the storm weakened, strong thunderstorms began to develop along the edges of the system in Alabama. The first tornado touched down near Semmes, Alabama at 3:00 A.M. (CST). The tornado caused roof damage to several structures as well as knocking down several trees.[2] Over the next ten hours, several F0 and two F1 tornadoes touched down in Alabama and Florida. Later on July 6, the remnants of Cindy were moving over Alabama and the activity shifted into Georgia. At 8:45 PM (EST), a large tornado touched down near the Atlanta Motor Speedway causing severe damage to the structures in the complex. The tornado then moved into an airfield where several planes and helicopters were damaged. Numerous homes were damaged or destroyed by the tornado as well. The tornado was rated F2 by the NWS.[3] The activity slowed for a short while before picking back up in early afternoon hours on the 7th as the remnants of Cindy moved through Georgia. At 2:10PM (EST) an F2 tornado touched down about seven miles south of Taylorsville, North Carolina where three buildings were damaged a mobile home was destroyed.[4] About an hour later, another F2 tornado touched down in North Carolina. It touched down about four miles north-northeast of Harmony. The tornado damaged several buildings before moving into Yadkin County where an additional 13 buildings were damaged as well as severe crop damage to the tobacco and corn farms.[5] By the nighttime hours, the activity was shifting into Virginia. Before the remnants of Cindy moved out into the Atlantic Ocean, seven F1 tornadoes touched down in Virginia. The outbreak ended early on the 8th as Cindy began to move out over the Atlantic. Confirmed tornadoes Confirmed Total Confirmed F0 Confirmed F1 Confirmed F2 Confirmed F3 Confirmed F4 Confirmed F5 44 26 15 3 0 0 0 July 6 event List of confirmed tornadoes - Wednesday, July 6, 2005 F# Location County Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Damage Alabama F0 Semmes area Mobile 30°47′N 88°15′W / 30.78°N 88.25°W / 30.78; -88.25 0900 1 mile (1.6 km) The first tornado of the outbreak touched down around 3:00 a.m. CST near Semmes. Along the tornado's 1 mile (1.6 km) path, a few homes and outbuildings sustained roof damage. Several trees were also knocked down by the tornado. No injuries were reported as a result of the tornado and damages amounted to $50,000.[6] F0 Chunchula area Mobile 30°55′N 88°12′W / 30.92°N 88.2°W / 30.92; -88.2 0953 1 mile (1.6 km) A brief tornado touched down near Chunchula, knocking down several trees and power lines. No injuries were reported as a result of the tornado and damages amounted to $20,000.[7] F0 Leroy area Washington 31°30′N 87°59′W / 31.5°N 87.98°W / 31.5; -87.98 1120 0.5 miles (0.8 km) A brief tornado touched down near Leroy, knocking down several trees and power lines. No injuries were reported as a result of the tornado and damages amounted to $15,000.[8] F0 W of Walker Springs Clarke 31°32′N 87°53′W / 31.53°N 87.88°W / 31.53; -87.88 1125 0.5 miles (0.8 km) Brief touchdown, tornado knocked down trees and power lines. Caused $15,000 in damages. F0 Atmore area Escambia 31°02′N 87°30′W / 31.03°N 87.5°W / 31.03; -87.5 1220 0.5 miles (0.8 km) Brief touchdown, damage was confined to trees. Caused $5,000 in damages. F0 Watkins Bridge area Covington 31°05′N 86°26′W / 31.08°N 86.43°W / 31.08; -86.43 1545 0.5 miles (0.8 km) Brief touchdown, tornado knocked down trees and power lines. Caused $15,000 in damages. F0 Lockhart area Covington 31°01′N 86°21′W / 31.02°N 86.35°W / 31.02; -86.35 1557 1 mile (1.6 km) Brief touchdown, tornado knocked down trees and power lines. Caused $15,000 in damages. F1 N of Autaugaville Autauga 32°30′N 86°40′W / 32.5°N 86.67°W / 32.5; -86.67 1827 0.3 miles (0.5 km) Brief touchdown, tornado damaged one outbuilding. Caused $14,000 in damages. F0 NW of Vida Autauga 32°37′N 86°41′W / 32.62°N 86.68°W / 32.62; -86.68 1836 0.2 miles (0.3 km) Brief touchdown, damage was confined to trees. Caused $3,000 in damages. F0 SSW of Cecil Montgomery 32°16′N 86°01′W / 32.27°N 86.02°W / 32.27; -86.02 1842 7.6 miles (12.2 km) Tornado caused damage to a baseball complex. Caused $22,000 in damages. F0 W of Shorter Macon, Elmore 32°24′N 85°59′W / 32.4°N 85.98°W / 32.4; -85.98 1855 5.6 miles (9.0 km) Tornado damaged a few structures. Caused $18,000 in damages. F0 SSW of Tallassee Elmore 32°31′N 85°54′W / 32.52°N 85.9°W / 32.52; -85.9 1917 1.3 miles (2.1 km) Brief touchdown, tornado damaged three homes and one outbuilding. Caused $38,000 in damages. F1 NW of Tuskegee Macon 32°31′N 85°48′W / 32.52°N 85.8°W / 32.52; -85.8 1934 0.1 miles (0.2 km) 1 Injury Brief touchdown, tornado completely destroyed an auto body shop. Caused $48,000 in damages. F0 SW of Prattville Autauga 32°25′N 86°33′W / 32.42°N 86.55°W / 32.42; -86.55 1956 0.2 miles (0.3 km) Brief touchdown, tornado damaged a few trees. Caused $2,000 in damages. F0 E of Camp Hill Tallapoosa 32°48′N 85°35′W / 32.8°N 85.58°W / 32.8; -85.58 2034 0.1 miles (0.2 km) Brief touchdown, no damage reported. F0 SW of Lafayette Chambers 32°44′N 85°28′W / 32.73°N 85.47°W / 32.73; -85.47 2034 0.1 miles (0.2 km) Brief touchdown, no damage reported. F0 E of Opelika Lee 32°39′N 85°13′W / 32.65°N 85.22°W / 32.65; -85.22 2040 1.2 miles (1.9 km) Brief touchdown, two mobile homes were damaged. Caused $34,000 in damages. Florida F0 Cantonment area Escambia 30°37′N 87°20′W / 30.62°N 87.33°W / 30.62; -87.33 1150 1 mile (1.6 km) Brief touchdown, tornado knocked down several trees and power lines. Caused $20,000 in damages. F0 Bratt area Escambia 30°58′N 87°26′W / 30.97°N 87.43°W / 30.97; -87.43 1211 0.5 miles (0.8 km) Brief touchdown, tornado knocked down several trees and power lines. Caused $15,000 in damages. F0 Laurel Hill area Okaloosa 30°58′N 87°28′W / 30.97°N 87.47°W / 30.97; -87.47 1555 1 mile (1.6 km) Brief touchdown, tornado knocked down several trees and power lines. Caused $15,000 in damages. Georgia F0 SW of Rocky Mount Meriwether 33°09′N 84°41′W / 33.15°N 84.68°W / 33.15; -84.68 2230 0.3 miles (0.5 km) Brief touchdown, two mobile homes and a few vehicles were damaged. Caused $25,000 in damages. F0 N of Haralson Coweta 33°17′N 84°34′W / 33.28°N 84.57°W / 33.28; -84.57 0100 0.1 miles (0.2 km) Brief touchdown, damage was confined to trees. Caused $1,000 in damages. F0 SE of Fayetteville Fayette 33°26′N 84°26′W / 33.43°N 84.43°W / 33.43; -84.43 0110 1 mile (1.6 km) Brief touchdown, hundreds of trees were blown down, twisted, and uprooted along the path of the tornado, many causing damage to dozens of homes and vehicles. Trees fell through the roof of several homes. A couple of businesses in southeast Fayetteville reported extensive damage, with the roof blown off one building on Highway 85 Parkway. Caused $2 million in damages. F2 Atlanta Motor Speedway Henry, Clayton 33°23′N 84°19′W / 33.38°N 84.32°W / 33.38; -84.32 0145 9 miles (14.5 km) See section on this tornado F0 W of Mc Donough Henry 33°27′N 84°10′W / 33.45°N 84.17°W / 33.45; -84.17 0155 0.5 miles (0.8 km) Brief touchdown, a church and several homes were damaged. Several trees and power lines were also knocked down. Caused $150,000 in damages. F1 NE of Mc Donough Henry 33°29′N 84°06′W / 33.48°N 84.1°W / 33.48; -84.1 0155 7 miles (11.3 km) Tornado tracked through mostly rural areas and damage was confined to trees and power lines. Caused $25,000 in damages. Sources: NCDC Tornado History Project 7/6/05 July 7 event List of confirmed tornadoes - Thursday, July 7, 2005 F# Location County Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Damage South Carolina F1 W of Anderson Anderson 34°30′N 82°48′W / 34.5°N 82.8°W / 34.5; -82.8 0643 0.5 miles (0.8 km) Brief touchdown, tornado struck a dock where it damaged about twelve sailboats, one of which was thrown 100 yards. Caused $150,000 in damages. F1 NW of Chesnee Spartanburg, Rutherford (NC) 35°11′N 81°55′W / 35.18°N 81.92°W / 35.18; -81.92 1451 0.2 miles (0.3 km) Brief touchdown, one outbuilding had its roof torn off and one mobile home was picked up and dropped 50 to 100 ft from where it once stood, causing severe damage to it. Caused $50,000 in damages. North Carolina F2 S of Taylorsville Alexander 35°50′N 81°10′W / 35.83°N 81.17°W / 35.83; -81.17 1710 4 miles (6.4 km) Tornado destroyed one mobile home and damaged several homes. Caused $150,000 in damages. F2 NNE of Harmony Iredell, Yadkin 36°00′N 80°45′W / 36.0°N 80.75°W / 36.0; -80.75 1810 8.6 miles (13.8 km) At least 13 structures were damaged or destroyed. In addition to the structural damage, damage to tobacco and corn crops was extensive. Caused $2.4 million in damages. F1 NE of Yadkinville Yadkin 36°09′N 80°39′W / 36.15°N 80.65°W / 36.15; -80.65 1841 1.4 miles (2.3 km) Brief touchdown, damage was confined to trees. No structural damage reported. F1 E of Yadkinville Yadkin 36°08′N 80°37′W / 36.13°N 80.62°W / 36.13; -80.62 1853 1.1 miles (1.8 km) Brief touchdown, damage was confined to trees. No structural damage reported. F0 Lewisville area Forsyth 36°06′N 80°25′W / 36.1°N 80.42°W / 36.1; -80.42 1930 8 miles (12.9 km) Damage was confined to trees. No structural damage reported. F0 Ceffo area Person 36°27′N 79°03′W / 36.45°N 79.05°W / 36.45; -79.05 1942 1 mile (1.6 km) Brief touchdown, no damage reported. F0 Oak Ridge area Guilford 36°11′N 79°59′W / 36.18°N 79.98°W / 36.18; -79.98 2120 5 miles (8.0 km) No damage reported. F0 N of Olivia Harnett 35°23′N 79°07′W / 35.38°N 79.12°W / 35.38; -79.12 0040 12 miles (19.3 km) No damage reported. Virginia F1 NW of Ararat Patrick 36°38′N 80°33′W / 36.63°N 80.55°W / 36.63; -80.55 1722 0.6 miles (1.0 km) Brief touchdown, no damage reported. F1 N of Alberta Brunswick, Nottoway 36°58′N 77°52′W / 36.97°N 77.87°W / 36.97; -77.87 0050 3.7 miles (6.0 km) Damage confined to trees. Caused $10,000 in damages. F1 Winterpock area Chesterfield 37°21′N 77°44′W / 37.35°N 77.73°W / 37.35; -77.73 0229 0.5 miles (0.8 km) Brief touchdown, minor damage to one home. Caused $5,000 in damages. F1 E of South Hill Mecklenburg 36°44′N 78°07′W / 36.73°N 78.12°W / 36.73; -78.12 0255 4.5 miles (7.2 km) Tornado caused damage to several structures. Caused $5,000 in damages. F1 S of Beach Chesterfield 37°17′N 77°36′W / 37.28°N 77.6°W / 37.28; -77.6 0415 0.5 miles (0.8 km) Brief touchdown, damage was mainly confined to a small forested area. Caused $3,000 in damages. F1 Varina area Henrico 37°28′N 77°24′W / 37.47°N 77.4°W / 37.47; -77.4 0515 0.1 miles (0.2 km) Brief touchdown, tornado blew the roof off an industrial barn. Caused $5,000 in damages Sources: NCDC Tornado History Project 7/7/05 July 8 event List of confirmed tornadoes - Friday, July 8, 2005 F# Location County Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Damage Virginia F1 N of Capron Southampton 36°43′N 77°12′W / 36.72°N 77.2°W / 36.72; -77.2 0620 1 mile (1.6 km) Brief touchdown, tornado caused minor damage. Caused $2,000 in damages. F1 Saluda area Middlesex 37°36′N 76°36′W / 37.6°N 76.6°W / 37.6; -76.6 0715 3 miles (4.8 km) Tornado blew the roof off one home. Caused $5,000 in damages. Sources: NCDC Tornado History Project 7/8/05 Atlanta Motor Speedway tornado On July 6 at 8:45PM (EST), a large, half-mile wide tornado touched down near the Atlanta Motor Speedway. The tornado was estimated to have had winds of 120mph as it tore through the complex.[3] Every building had sustained at least minor damage and some that were damaged beyond repair. On some of the condominiums, the roof had caved in. Most structures had their windows blown out. The five-story scoreboard was blown down as well. The track was not damaged, however, debris was littered all over it.[9] The tornado continued on its path of destruction towards the Tara Field Airport, west of the speedway. There, eleven planes and five vintage helicopters were damaged. The tornado then moved towards the Edgar Blalock Raw Water Reservation. At this point, the tornado had already been weakening and shrinking. The tornado turned to the northwest and crossed into Clayton County. The tornado lifted shortly after at around 9:04 p.m. (EST). Damage from the tornado was extensive. About $40 million in damages was caused to the Speedway as many buildings needed to be torn down and rebuilt.[9] Nearby the airport, a Chevron Auto service station was destroyed and at least 60 homes were severely damaged and over 200 others damaged along the tornados' nine mile track. Power to most of Henry County was out due to the damage.[3] Following the tornado, all races scheduled to take place for several weeks were cancelled; the first race after the repair work was finished was to take place on October 30.[10] In all, the tornado caused $71.5 million in damages and despite all the devastation, no one was injured by the tornado. See also List of North American tornadoes and tornado outbreaks 2005 Atlantic Hurricane Season Hurricane Cindy (2005) References ^ National Hurricane Center. "Tropical Cyclone Report: Hurricane Cindy" (PDF). NOAA. http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/pdf/TCR-AL032005_Cindy.pdf. Retrieved June 22, 2008.  ^ NCDC: Event Details ^ a b c National Weather Service. "NCDC Event Details: Atlanta Motor Speedway Tornado". NOAA. http://www4.ncdc.noaa.gov/cgi-win/wwcgi.dll?wwevent~ShowEvent~570067. Retrieved June 22, 2008.  ^ NCDC: Event Details ^ NCDC: Event Details ^ "NCDC Event Report: Alabama Tornado". National Climatic Data Center. 2005. http://www4.ncdc.noaa.gov/cgi-win/wwcgi.dll?wwevent~ShowEvent~564695. Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "NCDC Event Report: Alabama Tornado". National Climatic Data Center. 2005. http://www4.ncdc.noaa.gov/cgi-win/wwcgi.dll?wwevent~ShowEvent~564696. Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ "NCDC Event Report: Alabama Tornado". National Climatic Data Center. 2005. http://www4.ncdc.noaa.gov/cgi-win/wwcgi.dll?wwevent~ShowEvent~564699. Retrieved March 14, 2009.  ^ a b NBC Sports. "Atlanta Speedway badly damaged by tornado". NBC. http://nbcsports.msnbc.com/id/8503740/. Retrieved June 22, 2008.  ^ Associated Press (July 8, 2005). "Tornado Shreds Atlanta Motor Speedway". Fox News. http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,161991,00.html. Retrieved March 14, 2009.  External links The NHC's Tropical Cyclone Report on Hurricane Cindy.