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Jasper Power Outages Caused by Weather


November 30, 2022 - Thunderstorm Wind

A QLCS produced wind damage in the town of Boldo, consisting of uprooted trees and downed power lines.

Jasper Walker Co Arp - Jasper Walker Co Arp
June 17, 2022 - Thunderstorm Wind

Several trees uprooted and power lines downed along Parrish-Oakman Road.

Coal Vly - Coal Vly
June 13, 2021 - Thunderstorm Wind

Several trees uprooted and power lines downed along Saragossa Road.

Prospect - Prospect
June 12, 2021 - Thunderstorm Wind

Several trees uprooted and power lines downed along Highway 5.

Gamble - Gamble
April 12, 2020 - Tornado

National Weather Service meteorologists surveyed damage in southeast Walker County and determined that it was consistent with an EF1 tornado, with maximum winds near 110 mph.||The tornado developed just south of the Gorgas Power Plant along the Mulberry Fork near Copeland Bend. The most focused area of damage occurred along Rainwood Lodge Road where numerous trees were snapped and uprooted, some of which fell on homes. In addition, minor roof damage was observed at several residences along the road. The tornado continued northeastward, uprooting several more trees and breaking branches before crossing Interstate 22. Numerous trees were snapped and uprooted near a convenience store on Sharon Blvd, with one tree falling on a nearby manufactured home just before the tornado dissipated.

Gorgas - Burnwell


July 4, 2004

A few trees and power lines were knocked down in Jasper. Quarter size hail was reported in Sumiton.

May 16, 2003

Quarter to golf ball size hail was observed in Cordova. Numerous trees and power lines were also blown down during the storm.

November 10, 2002

The Carbon Hill Tornado was the first tornado of the evening. It began in Fayette County at 6:52 pm, about 5.6 miles north-northwest of the city of Fayette, and 2.8 miles west of US Highway 43. The tornado moved on a northeast track crossing US 43, State Route 129, and SR 13, and then moved into Walker County just southwest of Carbon Hill at 7:10 pm.It then crossed the western and northern sections of Carbon Hill, downing trees and power lines and damaging many residential structures. Carbon Hill Elementary School was also heavily damaged. The tornado continued northeast, crossing SR5, and exited the county at SR 195. The two deaths associated with this tornado occurred just south of SR 195.Entering Winston County at 7:31 pm, the tornado continued on a northeast path traveling across mostly sparsely populated areas of Bankhead National Forest and several fingers of Smith Lake. It crossed County Road 41 about 1.8 miles south of Arley and then crossed CR 12, finally lifting at 7:45 pm.This tornado was rated an F3 on the Fujita scale, with winds estimated to be in the 150 to 200 mph range. Much of the damage along the track was lesser intensity (F1 and F2). F3 damage occurred in both Fayette and Walker Counties.Total path length for the Carbon Hill Tornado was 44.3 miles, with a width of 1175 yards. Four deaths were reported with this tornado, three in the Rose Hill community of Walker County and one near Arley in Winston County. Injury figures are approximate with three in Fayette County, 20 in Walker County, and 15 in Winston County. About 40 percent of the injuries were treated at local hospitals while about 60 percent of the injuries were considered minor.Structural damage along the path included approximately 47 in Fayette County, 135 in Walker County, and 35 in Winston County. Numbers are approximate because most reports from Red Cross and EMA were made based on the whole county not by tornado.Beg: 33 45.949/87 51.069 End: 34 03.992/87 10.409

November 24, 2001

What was the longest tornado of the day began at 10:55 am about a two tenths of a mile inside Pickens County or about 5.8 miles southwest of Kennedy. The tornado traveled across southeastern Lamar County damaging or destroying a number of structures south and east of Kennedy. The tornado traveled on a northeast track moving into Fayette County at 11:07 am. Traveling northeast it went across western and northern sections of the city of Fayette doing serious damage to a number of structures. From the city of Fayette the tornado traveled across mostly rural areas damaging occasional structures and downing numerous trees and power lines. The tornado while still strong was weaker than it had been in southern Lamar County. The tornado crossed into Walker County at 11:41 am a little south-southwest of Carbon Hill before ending. Total path length has been estimated at 38.9 miles with a Fujita-scale rating of F3. The tornado began with F0 damage in Pickens County but strengthened to F3 intensity in southern Lamar County. It weakened some as it moved across Fayette County where the Fujita rating was an F2. Damage in Walker County was rated an F1 as the tornado dissipated. The path was 300 yards wide in Lamar County but estimated to have decreased to about 90 yards wide across much of Fayette County.Two people, a mother and her daughter, were killed in a double-wide mobile home in Lamar County just southwest of Kennedy and one person was injured. No deaths or injuries were reported in Pickens, Fayette or Walker counties.Beginning: 33 31.528/88 03.156 Ending: 33 52.606/87 31.676


Food spoilage, frustration as Jasper, Alta., residents grapple with continued power outages | CBC News

The mountain town has only had intermittent power since Sunday after the nearby Chetamon Mountain wildfire knocked out the main power grid. Atco has been working to transition the town onto generator power.

Sep 9, 2022

Verizon: Widespread outage across Georgia, neighboring states resolved

Verizon Wireless reported a widespread outage in Georgia on Valentine’s Day.

Feb 14, 2022

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Jasper, Alabama

City Jasper
County Walker
State Alabama (AL)
Country United States
Zip Codes 35501, 35502, 35503, 35504

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