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Hamburg Power Outages Caused by Weather


January 11, 2020 - Thunderstorm Wind

Trees and power lines were blown down across Hamburg.

Hamburg - Hamburg
January 11, 2020 - Tornado

This tornado started just off Highway 133 and continued just east of north where it dissipated just before reaching Highway 8, southeast of Hamburg. At the start, just a few trees were uprooted, some of which took a power line down along Highway 133. The tornado increased in intensity and width as it crossed Binnis Loop Rd. More trees were uprooted or snapped and a couple of homes sustained some roof damage. One large shed was destroyed with fragments of the roof thrown across the road. The tornado traveled along Highway 52 for quite a while. Along this part of the path, numerous trees were uprooted and snapped. Some power lines and poles were down as well. Quite a bit of uprooted trees were noted on the south side of the country club. The tornado moved over the airport where one large hangar had roof damage and the back wall had panels blown out. As the tornado neared Highway 425, the center was to the north side of Highway 52 and continued to snap and uproot trees. As it crossed Highway 425, numerous trees were snapped and uprooted. Moving east-northeast, the tornado began to weaken and dissipated just after crossing Ashley 312 Road. Maximum peak winds were estimated at 100 mph.

North Crossett - Hamburg
January 11, 2020 - Tornado

This tornado started just west of Highway 133 near Ashley 181 Road and traveled roughly eastward to just east of Highway 425 where it dissipated north of Hamburg. At the start, scattered trees were damaged. As the tornado approached Highway 133, intensity increased and more were snapped and uprooted. A few power lines were down as well. Along Highway 133, two areas of focused damage were noted. One area had a few dozen trees uprooted and one large tree was on a mobile home. The other area was at the Trinity Church, where some roof damage occurred to the main building and the covered walkway was blown away. Numerous trees were uprooted and snapped along Ashley 497 Road and the Egypt Church building sustained damage. The large front covering was destroyed and the roof has some damage. Along Ashley 470 Road, heavy tree damage was noted along with several power lines down. Some homes had minor roof damage here as well as along Ashley 471 Road. Uprooted and snapped trees continued along the path. As the the tornado crossed Highway 189, a strong surge was noted on the north side of the path where a focused corridor of trees were damaged. Here a couple of trees were blown down on a mobile home. On the southern side of the path, at the intersection of Ashley 492 Road, several homes sustained roof damage with tin and insulation thrown. Trees were down here as well. The tornado continued across a wooded area where it crossed Ashley 491 Road, then Highway 425 before dissipating just east of Highway 425. There was one indirect injury which occurred during clean up after the tornado. Maximum peak winds were estimated at 105 mph.

Pugh - Hamburg
August 10, 2014 - Thunderstorm Wind

Power lines were down across Highway 425.

Hamburg - Hamburg
July 11, 2013 - Thunderstorm Wind

Multiple trees were blown onto power lines around Hamburg. Several trees fell on homes in the area as well.

Hamburg - Hamburg


Winter Storm: Winter Storm Disrupts U.S. With Power Outages and Icy Roads - The New York Times

A storm that had already dumped a foot of snow in some parts of the country caused more problems on Thursday because of accumulating ice. Thousands of flights were canceled.

Feb 4, 2022

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This is the second tue. In a roll. The elec. is out.

Thomas | September 01, 2020  

Village of Hamburg is out. For how long?

Lynn Duerr | December 17, 2018  

How long

Rosemarie Mack | August 22, 2018  

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Hamburg, Arkansas

City Hamburg
County Ashley
State Arkansas (AR)
Country United States
Zip Codes 71646

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