This is the third chapter of a three-part series focusing on the Mullica Hill-Mantua Township-Wenonah-Deptford, NJ, EF3 Tornado of September 1, 2021. The summary covers the track from Mantua Township through Wenonah until its end in Deptford.
This is the second chapter of a three-part series focusing on the Mullica Hill-Mantua Township-Wenonah-Deptford, NJ, EF3 Tornado of September 1, 2021. The summary covers the track through Mullica Hill and up to Mantua Township.
Chapter I: Gloucester/Salem County Border to Gangemi Lane (Mullica Hill Part I) EF3 Tornado – September 1, 2021
This is the first chapter of a three-part series focusing on the Mullica Hill-Mantua Township-Wenonah-Deptford, NJ, EF3 Tornado of September 1, 2021. The summary covers the track from its inception through the beginning of the rampage across Mullica Hill.
The first EF3 in New Jersey in 31 years, this intense tornado caused great damage across multiple towns. It is one of the strongest tropically-spawned twisters of the past few decades. This summary documents the personal stories of those affected and the destruction it caused.
This is the second portion of a two part series focusing on the Calumet-El Reno-Piedmont-Guthrie, OK, tornado of May 24, 2011. The summary covers the track from the El Reno area until its end near Guthrie.
This is the first portion of a two-part series focusing on the Calumet-El Reno-Piedmont-Guthrie, OK, tornado of May 24, 2011. The summary covers the track from its inception all the way through the destruction of the Cactus Drilling Rig 117 between Calumet and El Reno.
One of the most powerful tornadoes in known history occurred during the May 24, 2011 outbreak. This extraordinarily violent twister took nine lives over a 65-mile path. Yet, even with all the accompanying tragedy, this was also a nearly unrivaled success story in terms of public preparedness. The many damage feats caused and the behavior of this event are both historic. In this summary, we cover every aspect of the maelstrom in as much detail as possible and bring light to the amazing stories that accompanied it.
It was Saturday morning, October 3, 1992. Many residents in Pinellas Park were quietly making their way through their Saturday chores or working on home projects. Retired couples were watching their favorite shows in their recliners or playing cards in the front rooms of their mobile homes. Little did they know that unexpected severe thunderstorms were about to erupt across their little corner of west-central Florida. Five tornadoes were produced in the Tampa Bay/St. Petersburg area that morning. Two of the twisters caused fatalities. This summary details the strongest and most deadly tornado to occur on this day.
An EF1 tornado struck Uniontown, PA, on the evening of February 15, 2018. One person was injured, and 200-300 homes were damaged or destroyed along a 2.35-mile path.
On August 28, 1884, a deadly localized tornado outbreak would unfold across portions of eastern South Dakota. One of these twisters would become the second earliest photographed in history. There are sharp discrepancies over which tornado that day was photographed, and there is no detailed summary of the event in its entirety. In this article, I attempt to solve both of these longstanding unknowns.