Long Track Tornado

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List Of United States Tornadoes In 2007 - March - March 28 Event
... Texas EF0 Silverton area (1st tornado) Swisher, Briscoe 34°17′N 101°30′W / 34.28°N 101.5°W / 34.28 -101.5 2220 2.5 miles (4.0 km) Brief touchdown ... EF0 SW of Silverton (2nd tornado) Briscoe 34°22′N 101°25′W / 34.37°N 101.42°W / 34.37 -101.42 2 ... miles (3.2 km) Brief touchdown, no damage reported ... EF1 S of Silverton (3rd tornado) Briscoe 34°27′N 101°22′W / 34.45°N 101.36°W / 34.45 -101.36 2248 6.8 miles (10.9 km) Caused $40,000 in damages ...
2008 Atlanta Tornado Outbreak - Confirmed Tornadoes - March 15 Event
34.10 -85.12 (Aragon, GA) 16 ... miles (26 km) 2 deaths - Large wedge tornado destroyed at least 20 houses and damaged hundreds of others. 83.15°W / 34.28 -83.15 (Franklin Springs, GA) 3 ... miles (4.8 km) Tornado confirmed with widespread damage to trees and power lines ... / 32.30 -81.24 (Rincon, GA) 0144 0.5 miles (800 m) Tornado impacted the McIntosh Plant of Georgia Power, where several buildings were destroyed ...
List Of Late-March 2007 Tornado Outbreak Tornadoes - March 28 Event
... Texas EF0 Silverton area (1st tornado) Swisher, Briscoe 34°17′N 101°30′W / 34.28°N 101.5°W / 34.28 -101.5 2220 2.5 miles (4.0 km) Brief touchdown, no damage reported ... EF0 SW of Silverton (2nd tornado) Briscoe 34°22′N 101°25′W / 34.37°N 101.42°W / 34.37 -101.42 2 ... miles (3.2 km) Brief touchdown, no damage reported ... EF1 S of Silverton (3rd tornado) Briscoe 34°27′N 101°22′W / 34.45°N 101.36°W / 34.45 -101.36 2248 6.8 miles (10.9 km) Caused $40,000 in damages ...

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