The chance of earthquake damage in Mammoth Cave is lower than Kentucky average and is much lower than the national average. The risk of tornado damage in Mammoth Cave is higher than Kentucky average and is higher than the national average.
The earthquake index value is calculated based on historical earthquake events data using USA. It is an indicator of the earthquake level in a region. A higher earthquake index value means a higher chance of an earthquake. The volcano index value is calculated based on the currently known volcanoes using USA. It is an indicator of the possibility of a region being affected by a possible volcano eruption.
A higher volcano index value means a higher chance of being affected. The tornado index value is calculated based on historical tornado events data using USA.
It is an indicator of the tornado level in a region. A higher tornado index value means a higher chance of tornado events. A total of 2, other weather extremes events within 50 miles of Mammoth Cave, KY were recorded from to The following is a break down of these events:.
No historical earthquake events that had recorded magnitudes of 3. A total of 79 historical tornado events that had recorded magnitude of 2 or above found in or near Mammoth Cave, KY. Tornado and Weather Extremes database of Basic Info Education Others.
The USA. Brief Description: A cold front set off a line of severe thunderstorms during the predawn hours of November 6. One of the thunderstorms spawned an F2 tornado that struck downtown Munfordville in Hart County. The tornado caused major damage to 44 homes and two businesses. Twenty-five homes were declared uninhabitable. Six businesses and Id Cave - D. Rogers - Natural Disasters homes had minor damage.
Munfordville Elementary School had part of the roof removed by the tornado. About 50 vehicles in a car dealership lot were totaled.
Brief Description: An F2 tornado was intermittently on the ground over a five mile length. Several homes and businesses were damaged or destroyed. The survey found severe damage to residential and industrial structures.
Three vortices combined into a single tornado north of Leitchfield, then moved east to southeast at 40 to 45 mph. The path moved through the northeast and east sections of Leitchfield and beyond. Path length and width are estimated. The structural damaged evidenced the presence of an F3 tornado, with maximum winds around mph. Houses that were Breath Me - Various - Messerli 10 destroyed, but still had parts of their structure remaining above the main floor, were the basis of the F3 evaluation.
Severe damage to nearby factories also supported the F3 evaluation. Brief Description: M40PH A 40 year old man was killed as an F3 tornado with winds estimated at mph touched down near Bonnieville in Hart county and moved northeast 9 miles to the town of Magnolia in Larue county before lifting.
The deceased man was killed in his house in Hammonville as the house was blown 50 yards away from its foundation. A few other poorly secured homes were lifted clean off their foundations as well. Most of the injured were hurt when the tornado crossed I at exit 71 causing several accidents. In Hart county, 14 people were injured in addition to the 1 death.
DES officials estimate total damage at 1. In Larue county, 22 houses and 20 barns were heavily damaged or destroyed with most of the damage in Magnolia. DES officials estimated total damage around 3 million dollars half of which was damage to a dairy farm. The farmer lost 80 cattle as as the barn collapsed on them. One man lost a restored model-T that he was used in car Id Cave - D. Rogers - Natural Disasters and exhibits.
The only injury was to a Deputy Sheriff who rode out the storm in his cruiser. He badly bruised his hand and said he witnessed Id Cave - D. Rogers - Natural Disasters near-by uninhabited car thrown more than 20 feet overtop of his cruiser.
Brief Description: An F2 tornado was intermittently on the ground over a one and one-half mile length. Numerous homes and businesses were damaged or destroyed on the north side of Bowling Green. Brief Description: An F2 tornado swept a yard 7 mile path from just south of Glaskow to the small town of Wisdom, 5 miles west of Edmonton. The tornado damaged over 40 homes and several mobile homes.
In addition, many large trees were downed חדר פרטי - חברי הגושרים וילדיה* - עד כה a convergent pattern. Residents and county DES said quarter to half a dollar size hail preceded the tornado by only seconds.
Total damage was estimated at 2 million dollars. Brief Description: A 40 year old man was killed as an F3 tornado with winds estimated at mph touched down near Breathing - Kate Bush - The Whole Story in Hart county and moved northeast 9 miles to the town of Magnolia in Larue county before lifting. Three people were killed, two in Barren county and one in Metcalfe, as the tornadoes moved through.
A 78 year old man was killed by fallen debris from his house in Wisdom accounting for the Metcalfe county death. In Glasgow of Barren county, a 67 year old man was killed in his mobile home and a 47 year old man was killed by flying debris off his greenhouse.
The Glasgow area of Barren county and the Pellyton area of Adair county were hardest hit sustaining F3 damage. In Glasgow, 1 house was destroyed and 45 were badly damaged.
Winds were estimated at around mph in the Glasgow area. Another wide area area of severe destruction took place across northern Adair county from around Portland to Pellyton. There, 14 houses were destroyed or received major damage. Metcalfe county also sustained minimal damage to 19 structures, major damage to 43 and destruction to F2 damage was estimated across much of Metcalfe county.
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After reviewing Doppler radar reflectivity patterns and damage patterns, it appears the first tornado moved from northern Logan county to the Barren-Metcalfe county line. Then another formed in the near Wisdom in Metcalfe Id Cave - D. Rogers - Natural Disasters before Jungla De Neon - Cuero - Tiempo Despues dissipated 2 miles east of Edmonton.
A final tornado from the parent supercell formed near Portland in Adair county and moved 20 miles to Pellyton before also dissipating. Brief Description: An F2 tornado was intermittently on the ground over a two and one-half mile length. Brief Description: Fifteen to 20 homes were destroyed, mainly in the Temple Hill area. Another dozen or so homes, along with barns and outbuildings, sustained heavy damage. Four people in the area were treated for minor injuries.
The tornado formed about a mile northeast of Temple Hill just south of Barbour Road. Numerous trees were topped, and several homes were damaged. Most of the structural damage occurred along Moore Road, where several mobile homes were moved considerable distances and destroyed. A large RV was flipped over, a large tractor was moved about five feet, and a horse trailer was thrown over 75 yards.
The tornado reached its peak intensity near the intersection of Moore Road and Highway The storm then crossed into Metcalfe County about 2. It caused major roof damage along Bethlehem Academy Road, with one home losing the roof completely.
Several boats were flipped over, and a large bus was pushed two feet. The tornado pushed in garage doors at an industrial building along Ring Road. This building also suffered significant roof damage. At Central Hardin High School, the tornado snapped concrete pillar stadium lights at the football stadium. The press box was thrown on to the playing field and destroyed. The basketball gym and a wing of the school suffered roof damage consistent with an EF2 tornado. Along Black Branch Sand To The Beach - Dracula Legs - Sand To The Beach just east of the school complex, the tornado caused some structural damage to homes.
This set off widespread severe weather, and spawned several tornadoes. Brief Description: A second tornado formed on the southern flank of the supercell that produced the tornado from Bonnieville to Magnolia. This second tornado formed as the first one dissipated.
This second tornado touched down in Creal and did some damage there including a barn that was thrown across Highway County road was also blocked by downed All I Need - Mood Ruff - Maxim (2014 Remaster). Then the tornado proceeded northeastward and crossed Highway into southern Larue county where again several trees and some power lines blocked the road there.
There were 5 mobile homes and 4 barns destroyed and a church damaged in Pleasant Ridge. From there, the tornado moved northeastward into Marion county and dissipated Id Cave - D. Rogers - Natural Disasters miles west of St. Numerous trees Id Cave - D. Rogers - Natural Disasters power lines were down across western Marion county. Brief Description: M78PH A series of three tornadoes cut a long path of destruction across south central Kentucky during the late afternoon and early evening of April Brief Description: The tornado touched down near Cecilia, blowing the roof off a barn, but only producing shingle damage on nearby residences.
It did more damage when it reached St. John Road, where it destroyed a home and some farm buildings.