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Coosa Power Outages Caused by Weather


December 22, 2011 - Tornado

A damage survey conducted by the National Weather Service Forecast Office in Peachtree City, Georgia, confirmed that an EF2 tornado, the first of six tornadoes to affect west Georgia on this day, touched down approximately three miles west-southwest of Rome, then continued on a northeastward track approximately 12 miles before lifting about 7 1/4 miles north-northeast of Rome. The tornado was determined to have a maximum path width of 200 yards with maximum winds estimated to be 125 mph. As the tornado first touched down just west of Rome, it was classified as an EF1 but strengthened to an EF2 as it moved toward the community of Walton Creek. The tornado remained at an EF2 intensity for approximately 1 1/2 miles as it crossed Georgia Highway 20. The tornado eventually lifted and dissipated just west of Georgia Highway 53, just north of Jones Bend Road. At least 20 homes along the path of the tornado sustained significant damage. Many trees and several power lines were also damage or destroyed by the tornado. In addition, three minor injuries were reported at one of the damaged homes. Numerous trees and power lines were down along the path of the tornado as well, including along Georgia Highway 27, Division Street, Shorter Avenue, Edmond Road, and Elm Street. Some traffic signals were also blown down.||[12/22/11: Tornado #1, County #1-1, EF2, Floyd, 2011:027].

Coosa - Alto Park
April 27, 2010 - Thunderstorm Wind

The Floyd County Emergency Management Director reported that strong wind gusts associated with a line of showers and isolated thunderstorms blew down at least a dozen trees across the county. An apartment building and adjacent garage were heavily damaged when a large oak tree fell on the structures. A vehicle was also damaged from a large downed tree limb. Some power lines were also impacted by the downed trees.

Coosa - Silver Creek
January 6, 2009 - Thunderstorm Wind

A CocoRaHS observer on the southeast side of Rome reported that several trees and at least one power line were down in the area. A wind gust of 61 mph was measured at the Floyd Medical Center in Rome at 530 pm EST.

Coosa - Lindale
July 22, 2008 - Thunderstorm Wind

The Floyd County Emergency Management Director reported that near two dozen trees and several power lines were down throughout the county. One tree was down on a home in the Rome area.

Coosa - Rome


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Coosa, Georgia

City Coosa
County Floyd
State Georgia (GA)
Country United States
Zip Codes 30129

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