While yesterday was not as bad as it potentially could have been, looks like a couple of the confirmed tornadoes were longer-tracked than I would have thought based on radar.
|Marksville to ESE of Acme
|28.47 mi (45.82 km)
|300 yd (270 m)
|The tornado started along North Lee St (just south of the intersection with Tarleton St) with damage to trees, power lines, and roofs. The path continued across HWY 107 where nearby homes sustained damage to roofs from tree branches. Further east, damage from the tornado also occurred along the southern periphery of the track north of Andrus St where an oak tree fell through a small home. Thereafter the tornado continued over Spring Bayou Golf Course and progressed along an ENE motion toward rural lands south of Pecan Dr and River Ln. It continued east across the wildlife refuge, oil fields, and Red River into Concordia Parish, where it ended in Shaw before reaching the Mississippi River.
|Cottonport to NNE of Simmesport
|15.02 mi (24.17 km)
|300 yd (270 m)
|The tornado began over northeast Cottonport near the intersection of Lana St and Zion St where homes sustained substantial roof and carport damage while multiple tree branches were scattered about twisted sheet metal. Path continues along a NE motion over rural lands while cross Couvillion St. Further tree damage and debris was found in nearby farmland along the tornado path. Later the path crossed MP Cutoff Rd near Mill Bayou with damage of large tree trunks seen nearby. Southeast of Hamburg the tornado uprooted more trees up south of Coco Lake. Hereafter, the tornado took a ENE motion starting along HWY451 crossing Sutton Lake. After a 15 mile track the tornado ended near a Cemetery along HWY 451 and Big Bend Rd where further tree damage and the collapse of an old home was found.