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April 3, 1974: tornado!

April 3, 1974: tornado!

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Published by Courier-Journal in Louisville, Ky.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Kentucky.,
  • Indiana.
    • Subjects:
    • Tornadoes -- Kentucky.,
    • Tornadoes -- Indiana.,
    • Building failures.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesCourier-journal, Louisville, Ky., Tornado!
      Statement[Editor: Robert E. Deitz. Introd. by John Ed Pearce.
      ContributionsDeitz, Robert E., ed.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQC955 .A66
      The Physical Object
      Pagination128 p.
      Number of Pages128
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5071452M
      LC Control Number74080806

        Not long ago I took an afternoon drive through many of the neighborhoods that were ravaged by a violent tornado on the afternoon of April 3, , 40 years ago this month. It is titled, "BLACK WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, " It contains 36 pages of pictures, newspaper articles, interviews, etc. Over people were killed across the United States by the tornadoes that hit in Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Ohio. This book is in very good condition.

      April 3, > Louisville, KY > April 3, Current Hazards. Storm and Precipitation Reports; Outlooks; just a few blocks away from the tornado. Weather Story. Local Radar. Weather Map. Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Facebook Follow us . Steve Lyons added 24 new photos to the album: April 3, Sayler Park/Cincinnati F5 Tornado. April 2, Today is the 44th anniversary of the Super Outbreak ( tornadoes in 24 hours) that killed over people, most of them in Ohio and Indiana.

      Tracks of the Super Outbreak's known tornadoes in the United States and fatalities by county. This is the list of tornadoes confirmed that occurred during the record-breaking Super Outbreak tornado event that occurred on April 3–4, across the eastern half of the United States and in Ontario, Canada.   Emmy Award Winning documentary (5 part series) on the April 3, Tornado Outbreak which aired on WDRB in Louisville during the 40th anniversary of the event. Individual segments dedicated to.


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April 3, 1974: tornado! Download PDF EPUB FB2

Tornado. April 3, Paperback – January 1, by Robert E Deitz (Editor)5/5(3). The third of April,became known as "The Day Of Tornados." A very chilling day for thousands, never to be forgotten.

I was in the Louisville tornado, as it tore through the city that afternoon. This just is not something one easily forgets. One tornado is terrible enough, yet there were many,/5(4). The Ohio Tornadoes: APril 3, Paperback – January 1, by Editorial Board Hartsfield, Ray J.

(Author)Author: Editorial Board Hartsfield, Ray J. April 3, The Alabama Tornadoes Paperback – January 1, by C.F. Boone (Editor) out of 5 stars 1 rating5/5(1). Tornado at Xenia, April 3, Unknown Binding – January 1, by Barbara Lynn Riedel (Author)Author: Barbara Lynn Riedel.

A historical look at the Super Outbreak of tornadoes that hit the south/mid-west on April 3, 1974: tornado! book seen through the eyes of those living in Limestone County, Alabama. The story is choppy, with many different people profiled from just prior to the thunderstorms through to the recovery and clean up phases of /5.

Get this from a library. April 3, tornado!. [Robert E Deitz;]. The AprilSuper Outbreak affected 13 states across the eastern United States, from the Great Lakes region all the way to the Deep South.

In all, tornadoes were documented from this event, of which 95 were rated F2 or stronger on the Fujita scale and 30 were F4 or F5. The Super Outbreak was the second-largest tornado outbreak on record for a single hour period, just behind the Super Outbreak.

It was also the most violent tornado outbreak ever recorded, with 30 F4/F5 tornadoes confirmed. From April 3 to 4,there were tornadoes confirmed in 13 U.S. states and the Canadian province of affected: Midwestern and Southern United States.

Louisville, Kentucky's recent history has no more vivid moment than the tornado which tore a path of destruction across the city and Jefferson County on April 3, This book is a 30th anniversary look back at the events of that day as seen through the images of journalists, freelance photographers and ordinary people who grabbed their /5.

This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Apriltornado outbreak - one of the worst tornado outbreaks to ever affect the U.S. Dubbed the "Super Outbreak", at least tornadoes struck 13 states from the Gulf Coast to the Great Lakes over a 16 hour period from the afternoon of April 3, into the early morning hours of April 4, April 3, tornado.

Published by Courier-Journal in Louisville, Ky.]. Written in EnglishPages: April 3/4, Tornadoes & Damage - various stories (Note: all quotes and photos from Mr. Jordan's book are used with specific permission by the author in Moulton, Alabama.

Any other use of this copywrited material is forbidden). It is situated in northwest Alabama, about 15 miles from the border with Mississippi and about 80 miles northwest of Birmingham.

The following are excerpts from Jordan’s excellent book describing that fateful day. Regarding weather forecasts, warnings on. Those in the path of the twisters that struck on April 3,mark time in distinct periods: before the storms and after. A marker in the town of Guin in Marion County honors the 25 people.

Yes, the book does jump around a little bit. It starts off with some foreshadowing and then backtracks to pre-April 3, The author describes the history and people of Limestone County, Alabama. In addition, there are a few chapters that break up the story, describing the nature of tornadoes and some politcal events of /5(5).

April 3 a night to remember book, I was barely a year old on April 3, when the Super Outbreak Jordan's “ April 3, – A Night To Remember” which is laden with The following are excerpts from Jordan's excellent book describing that fateful day.

April 3 a night to remember book/   Aprilis a memorable day still for many of us. The super outbreak of tornadoes stretched from Michigan to Alabama, Mississippi, and Georgia.

The. April 3, tornado, Stamping Ground, Ky has members. This group is for you to share your memories and photos of the tornado, Stamping Ground. Storm Data seems to then continue the tornado into Hardin County to Colesburg (or could that be part of the tornado listed at pm from Hardin to Spencer counties?).

For now will map using SPC coordinates, ending the tornado just northwest of Leitchfield. Further research necessary. April 3, Counties: Jefferson KY, Oldham F-scale: F4 Deaths.

Tornado at Xenia, April 3, by RIEDEL LYNN BARBARA and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at : Paperback.Get this from a library! Tornado at Xenia, April 3, [Barbara Lynn Riedel; Peter Wayne Kyryl].See more of Richard Robards on Facebook.

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