Cullman County Damage

| May 12, 2008 @ 10:51 pm | 18 Replies

Thanks to ABC 33/40 Skywatcher Mike Wilhelm for these images… he writes:

“James,

After work I drove to the south side of Cullman County. I understand this damage was rated an EF2 tornado by the NWS Huntsville. There must have been multiple thousands of trees down between Arkadelphia and Colony. The damage widened and narrowed at different places and there might have been multiple vortices, based on the damage I saw. This tornado has been very underreported, except by 33/40. I guess that is because it hit a very rural area. Your live coverage was right on the money!

Mike Wilhelm
https://alabama-weather.blogspot.com/

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