This summary looks back at an estimated F3 tornado from February 20, 1937. It moved through parts of Christian, Greene and Webster Counties in Missouri.
This was a quick-hitting tornado at Angola. A dormitory was unroofed and several guard towers were damaged.
13 tornadoes were confirmed on February 18, 2009. All but one were in the state of Georgia. This summary looks at an EF2 tornado that crossed through the southern Atlanta suburbs.
In this summary, we look at a significant, quick-hitting tornado that hit in Van Wert County, OH.
23 tornadoes occurred on February 17, 2008 across the Southeast. A long-track tornado (75.63 miles) moved from Russell County, AL into 5 counties in Georgia. It ended near Roberta in Crawford County.
This tornado began about 3 miles west of Joppa just before 5am CT. It travelled ENE through the town, across Alabama Highway 69 and into Marshall County just SW of Arab. The tornado moved across the south side of Arab. It moved into the rugged terrain east of this area and dissipated at the Browns Creek Section of Guntersville Lake just north of the Diamond Community.
This summary looks at an EF2 with max winds of 130 mph that crossed through parts of Copiah and Simpson Counties. The path length was just over 30 miles, max width of 250 yards. There were no fatalities or injuries reported.
This summary looks back at an estimated F3 tornado from February 14, 1908. It moved 5 miles through parts of Smith County, TX, right through Tyler during the early morning.
Late February 13 into early February 14, 2000, 3 devastating tornadoes struck portions of Southwest Georgia. Two were rated F3 and one was rated F2. There was a total of 19 fatalities, many in mobile homes. Approximately 200 injuries were reported.
Some of these older events are quite the challenge! I have poured over this one a few times.