Mauldin South Carolina Events
The town of Mauldin is located in South Carolina, south of Charlotte, North Carolina, on the border between the state of North and South Dakota. It is the second largest city in the state of Carolina and is home to the University of Charleston, the largest college campus in North America and the third largest university in America. The city is one of the four fastest growing cities in our state with a population of more than 2,000 people and an average annual income of over $50 million.
The risk of tornado damage in Mauldin is higher than the average in South Carolina, but lower than the national average. Maulderins is much less likely to suffer earthquake damage than the national average and the lowest of all the major cities in our state.
NWS investigations revealed numerous large trees buckled on a crest near Pickens and strong winds south of Union Monarch were estimated at 115 km / h in a small area. Wind speeds of between 60 and 90 km / h were also recorded in the downtown area, where windows were blown out, according to the National Weather Service. The highest damage was estimated in downtown Mauldin, where wind speeds of up to 120 km / h were measured, earning the tornado the EF2 rating.
Severe thunderstorms and winds were also recorded, but there was no great separation between the damaged areas. The main affected areas were the city centre, the south end of the city and a small area south of the Union Monarch. While the tornado caused damage, the most damage occurred in downtown Mauldin, according to the National Weather Service. Storms had behaved similarly to a tornado on April 16, 2012.
Initially, the width of the path gradually decreased from about 50 yards to 0.75 miles, and the intensity of the storm gradually decreased from F2 to F1 near Pauline, to F3 in Mauldin and F4 in the city center.
The tornado passed through a small shed that was destroyed and part of the roof of a house was removed. The roof of a motorhome was covered, numerous motorhomes were badly damaged or destroyed, as was a car.
Further hail damage is likely because the hail accumulated very quickly at great depth and its tornado track was quite large. There was also hail, driven by wind, and in places there was also a large amount of hail, but not nearly as big as the tornado damage.
If an event is cancelled or postponed due to the conditions, an announcement will be posted on the mauldinbbq.com website. If the event is not safe, it may be postponed or cancelled, and an announcement will be posted on the website, as well as all other necessary information.
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A well-built house in Santuc was destroyed and a stationary vehicle was thrown 150 yards and other homes and structures were badly damaged. The tornado started on Welcome Church Rd, where four mobile homes were damaged and some homes suffered minor roof damage. As the tornado moved east - southeast toward the town of Abbeville - its tearing and uprooting of large trees continued as it moved west - east along Welcome Church Rd, where a 4-bedroom home and a half-timbered house were damaged. The roof of a building in a factory was also damaged, triggering a major fire when the building burned to the ground.
Heavy hail quickly clogged storm drains and an estimated 2-3 cm of rain fell in the area, causing flooding, power outages and damage to homes, businesses, roads, bridges, trees, buildings, etc.
The spotter triggered the storm almost immediately and followed it as it turned north - northwest across the county. Thunderstorms swept through the area, intensifying the flooding and causing strong and damaging winds, amplified by heavy rain, hail, lightning and strong gusts of up to 60 km / h.
A tornado hit Bladen County, North Carolina, shortly before the storm hit, but no damage was reported, the National Weather Service (NWS) said.
A series of mini-supercells developed in the area in the afternoon of 26 May, resulting in severe thunderstorms and tornadoes in Anderson County, Pickens County and Bladen County. In addition to the first storm to hit upstate, the supercell also produced its strongest tornado in South Carolina. The tornado stretched from northwest Anderson County to the far south of Picken County, hitting the city of Anderson, the city of Bladensville and parts of Greenville, Anderson and Spartanburg counties. In particular, in recent weeks, heavy rain and heavy snowfall have caused significant flooding.