What tornado was in 2013?

What tornado was in 2013?

2013 Moore tornado

EF5 tornado
Fatalities 24 fatalities (+2 indirect), 212 injuries
Damage $2 billion (estimate)
Areas affected McClain and Cleveland counties in Oklahoma; particularly the city of Moore
Part of the tornado outbreak of May 18–21, 2013 1Most severe tornado damage; see Enhanced Fujita scale

What tornado happened in 2013 July?

Storm Survey Summary – Update #2 July 17, 2013 During the afternoon of Monday, July 15th, a severe thunderstorm that originated in Valley County moved into Roosevelt County, and produced at least one tornado that traveled a considerable distance across the area.

When was the last major tornado in Tennessee?

Tornado outbreak of March 2–3, 2020

Confirmed tornadoes received by the Storm Prediction Center as well as all the tornado warnings issued.
Highest winds 175 mph (282 km/h) tornadic (Cookeville, TN EF4)
Tornadoes confirmed 15
Max. rating1 EF4 tornado
Duration of tornado outbreak2 10 hours, 38 minutes

How many homes were destroyed in the Tri-State Tornado?

15,000 homes
Approximately 15,000 homes were destroyed by the Tri-State tornado.

When was the last EF5 tornado?

May 20, 2013
The nation’s last EF-5 tornado struck Moore, Oklahoma, on May 20, 2013.

What was the biggest tornado?

Widest tornado: El Reno, Oklahoma, May 31st, 2013 Tornadoes that are over 1 mile wide are rare, and over 2 miles wide are almost unfathomable. The one that hit El Reno, Oklahoma in 2013 was 2.6 miles wide.

What was the worst tornado in TN?

The deadliest tornado outbreak ever in Middle Tennessee, and one of the worst tornado outbreaks in the history of the United States, struck the region from the evening hours on April 29, 1909, through the night and into the next day on April 30, 1909.

How many tornadoes did Tennessee have in 2021?

Tennessee Tornado Stats

Tennessee Tornado Totals by Year
Year TN Total Tornadoes Middle TN
2021 66* 45*
2020 35* 21*
2019 20 11

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