Does Granbury TX get tornadoes?

Does Granbury TX get tornadoes?

The risk of tornado damage in Granbury is much higher than Texas average and is much higher than the national average.

Is Granbury Texas in a flood zone?

The majority of the floodplain follows the Brazos River, as would be expected, and its small tributaries and creeks. This floodplain does flow through the historic area of downtown Granbury and along the Lake.

When was the last tornado in Granbury Texas?

2013
Tornado outbreak of May 15–17, 2013

Satellite image of supercell clusters in the Dallas–Fort Worth area during the evening of May 15.
Type Tornado outbreak
Duration May 15–17, 2013
Highest winds 180 mph (290 km/h) (Granbury, Texas EF4 tornado on May 15)
Tornadoes confirmed 26

Does Granbury Texas have snow?

Granbury averages 0 inches of snow per year.

How big is the tornado risk in Granbury TX?

Tornado Information for Granbury, Texas. Granbury, TX is a Very High Risk area for tornados. According to records, the largest tornado in the Granbury area was an F4 in 2013 that caused 54 injuries and 6 deaths. *Tornado risk is calculated from the destruction path that has occured within 30 miles of the location. Risk Level: Very High.

How to make an interactive map of Granbury TX?

This map can be zoomed into and out by using a scroll on the users mouse or by click the + or – button at the top left. The image below shows the tools that are available to the user for selecting layers, base map choice, measuring, and detailed information is available by clicking on the i for how to navigate the map.

Where was the tornado in Texas in 2013?

The EF4 tornado in Hood County, Texas, accounted for all six deaths caused by the severe storms, making it the first deadly tornado event in Texas since the 2007 Piedras Negras-Eagle Pass tornadoes. An additional 63 people were injured, many of which were due to the same EF4 tornado.

What was strongest tornado to hit Hood County Texas?

Over a period of nearly two days, the storm system produced 26 tornadoes in four states. The strongest of these was an EF4 tornado which struck Hood County, Texas on May 15. However, on May 16 and May 17 no tornadoes were confirmed to have been stronger than EF1 intensity.