The 1998 Warner Robins Tornado Family had a record 10 Tornadoes in just 9 hours.
It is part of a larger outbreak on September 28 that affected Florida,Georgia,South Carolina, and North Carolina.
The First Tornado touched down in Centerville at 12:46 PM.
It was rated an F1.
The Second Tornado touched down in Warner Robins at 2:59 PM. It cut a path of 5 Miles. It Missed a Church. It was rated an F4 with Damages as High as $21 Million USD (1998) Dollars.
The Third Tornado touched down at Perry. Damages were $250,000 USD(1998). It was rated an F2.
The Fourth Tornado was an F0.
The Fifth touched down in US Highway 41 at 5:02 PM. It grew in strength to an F5 damaging a Shopping Center. As it was barreling Centerville it widened to a 3/4 Mile Monster. It dissipated near Elberta. Damages were $78 Million USD (1998) Dollars. It killed 1 person when their car was thrown. 34 people were injured.
The Sixth Touched down Lakeview at 5:56 PM. It was rated an F2.
The Seventh touched down near Warner Robins AFB traveling North West. Striking a Shopping Center it killed 7 and Injured 56. It was rated F4 with damages being $10 Million USD (1998) Dollars
The Eighth and Ninth were twins (one F2 one F3) touching down at 8:12PM
The Tenth was the worst and the deadliest striking Fort Valley at 10:51 PM. It killed 27 people and injured 119. Damages were $121.75 Million USD (1998) Dollars. It was rated an F5
The Fort Valley tornado maybe rated an F5 but there wasn't too much evidence to prove but one house was obliterated.