" We usually don't get tornadoes this time of year, But this has not been a normal weather year" - Chief Deputy Rocky Harnen
In the quite town of Gatlinburg, Tennessee with a population of 3,944; a wildfire erupted the town after months of suffering from a serve drought that caused the wildfire. The wildfire started on Monday November 28 and ended the next day.
"Fires burn on both sides of Highway 441 between Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge on Monday"-CNN.com
The effects on the land brought tornadoes, mudslides and debris, and with that 1700 structures damaged or destroyed by the fire. The effects on the people had been terminus with 145 people treated for injuries, 14 people were dead and 10,000 without power.