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Little Yazoo, MS, F4 Tornado - February 21, 1971

Little Yazoo, MS, F4 Tornado - February 21, 1971

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The last of the β€œbig three” in the 1971 Delta Outbreak, this twister stayed in rural land across its 70-mile trek. It devastated the tiny community of Little Yazoo. As many as 14 people may have been killed by this relatively obscure tornado.

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Caribou-Connor, ME F2 Tornado – August 11, 1954

Caribou-Connor, ME F2 Tornado – August 11, 1954

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On the evening of August 11, 1954, a small tornado event took place in Maine. Through our research, we have determined there may have been two twisters to occur on this day. This summary will cover an F2 that caused considerable damage near the city of Caribou. It’s not all that unusual for such instances to occur in Maine. However, this tornado caused a fatality and is the most recent to do so as of this summary’s publication.

Hopewell Township, PA EF2 Tornado – October 21, 2021

Hopewell Township, PA EF2 Tornado – October 21, 2021

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On October 21, 2021, a surprise outbreak of 19 tornadoes ripped across eastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania. This summary delves into the most destructive tornado of the event, an EF2 that trekked through rural Washington County, PA. Two people were injured, and $7 million in damage occurred as several homes and farm buildings were damaged or destroyed.

Thurman, CO F4 Tornado – August 10, 1924

Thurman, CO F4 Tornado – August 10, 1924

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On August 10, 1924, a localized tornado event took place in Eastern Colorado, devastating the community of Thurman. While small in terms of how many tornadoes were documented, this was a historical event and remains the deadliest in Colorado state history. Through our research, we have NEW evidence on the path and the number of fatalities!

Flat Rock, AL-Trenton, GA EF4 Tornado – April 27, 2011

Flat Rock, AL-Trenton, GA EF4 Tornado – April 27, 2011

NEW FREE AND PREMIUM SUMMARY! During the April 2011 Super Outbreak, a violent wedge tornado marched nearly 45 miles across northeastern Alabama and northwestern Georgia. It was directly and indirectly responsible for the deaths of 17 individuals. This summary walks through the path in great detail, documenting the stories of this overshadowed twister.

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Thompson, OH-Beaver Center, PA F2 Tornado – June 22, 1985

Thompson, OH-Beaver Center, PA F2 Tornado – June 22, 1985

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Three weeks after the devastating May 31, 1985, Tornado Outbreak, a long-tracked F2 tornado, skipped through parts of northeastern Ohio and into northwestern Pennsylvania. Several farms were damaged, and three people were injured.

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