A total of 7 tornadoes were confirmed across parts of Oklahoma and Kansas on Halloween of 1984. This summary focuses on a twister rated F1 that crossed through parts of Osage County, KS and near the town of Carbondale. This was an interesting event.
14 tornadoes moved through parts of TX, OK and MO on October 30, 1979. We look at the Oklahoma tornado in this summary. It was given a rating of F3 and moved about 8 1/2 miles through parts of Carter County. The tornado developed near Newport and ended NNE of Woodford.
A total of 15 are found in the SPC Database for October 29, 1956. Most occurred in Kansas and Nebraska. We look at one of the Kansas tornadoes in this summary. It was given a rating of F3 and traveled through parts of Russell, Lincoln and Mitchell Counties. Thomas Grazulis in Significant Tornadoes stated it was a skipping path.
This estimated F4 tornado moved ENE from 5 miles north of Luverne to Comer. Dozens of homes were destroyed in rural communities near the Crenshow/Pike County line.
This F3 tracked 15 miles through parts of Colbert and Lawrence Counties in Alabama. There were 3 injuries. One injury occurred when Jesse McQuire was lifted out of his house and dropped 200 feet away INTO another house. The house he was dropped into was destroyed but a dozen eggs were found in the kitchen with nary a crack.
The SPC Database lists 3 tornadoes on October 22, 1972. We look at one of those in this summary. It was given a rating of F3. Thomas Grazulis in Significant Tornadoes believes the damage was more in the F2 range. That was just one discrepancy with this event.