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Mayor Johnson, Chief Tommy Johnson, the Eutaw City Council, and everyone at #TeamEutaw want to sincerely thank everyone for their hard work, patience, and dedication in order to help Eutaw recover from our third tornado, in less than 12 months.


According to the National Weather Service:

Tornado #3 Eutaw Tornado (Greene, Hale, Tuscaloosa, and Bibb Counties) …

Rating: EF2

Estimated Peak Wind: 130 mph

Path Length /statute/: 38.76 miles

Path Width /maximum/: 600 yards

Fatalities: 0

Injuries: 0

Start Date: 01/12/2023

Start Time: 09:54 AM CST

Start Location: 1 W Eutaw / Greene County / AL

Start Lat/Lon: 32.842 / -87.9158

End Date: 01/12/2023

End Time: 10:43 AM CST

End Location: 1 WNW Harmon / Bibb County / AL

End Lat/Lon: 33.039 / -87.294

National Weather Service, Birmingham Alabama, Post Storm Analysis

Community is not just a word…

After each tragic event, we have worked together, to overcome the hardship from the storms. We are very fortunate to not have suffered any loss of life during any of these incidents. We must continue to be vigilant during severe weather and must continue to be a strong community after a disaster strikes so that we can take care of each other.

Press Conference

Media Coverage

Newsweek did a wonderful job telling the story with pictures from after the tornado.

Accuweather, has been very supportive, of our community, after the November 2022 tornado.

Pictures and Videos

Pictures and videos can be used freely, providing that attribution to Corey Martin, City of Eutaw is referenced. Videos show tornado formation, over 20/59 near loves and photos are immediately after and up to one day after the storm.


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