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.
It is the deadliest tornado in WV history and the 15th deadliest tornado in US history: The Shinnston F4 Tornado of June 23, 1944. It was a part of a historic outbreak that hit portions of the Appalachian Mountains. Check out this premium summary by becoming a member!
On June 23, 1944, a historic tornado outbreak occurred across the Appalachians. This outbreak featured the deadliest tornado to ever strike Pennsylvania and the deadliest ever recorded in West Virginia.
12 tornadoes hit parts of Northern Illinois on June 22, 2015. The strongest was rated EF3 with max winds of 160mph. It went through the Coal City and Braidwood areas.
This summary explores the history of one of the most violent tornadoes to ever hit the Twin Cities area: The June 18, 1939 Anoka, Champlin Tornado.
Say the words “Pilger” and everyone in the weather community knows what you’re talking about. On the afternoon of June 16, 2014, a supercell thunderstorm would produce 5 tornadoes, one rated EF-0 and four rated EF-4, across northeastern Nebraska. This summary delves into this remarkable event!
A look at the June 8, 1974 Drumright, OK F4 Tornado. 29 mile path. 14 killed and 150 injured.
An estimated F4 tornado (part of a family of twisters) on June 8, 1995 moved 3 miles hitting parts of Pampa, TX. 17 homes and 30 businesses were destroyed. Check out this premium summary by becoming a member!
Just two days after a tornado outbreak affected Pennsylvania and New York, another tornado outbreak ripped through the East Coast. Pennsylvania was the hardest hit. This summary documents 20 tornadoes from this event. 17 of which were in PA.
This was an interesting event to explore. There is a rating difference. SPC lists a rating of F1 while Grazulis has a rating of F2. I found a newspaper report from The News-Messenger (Fremont, Ohio) with a headline that reads, “It wasn’t a tornado, but it hurt.” So, not only a rating difference but a question at one point on whether this was a tornado at all?