During the early morning of December 6, 1983, an F3 tornado crossed through parts of Dallas County, AL in the Selma Area. It developed near Alabama Highway 22 west of Selma and moved northeastward for 13 miles. At least 103 structures were damaged/destroyed along the path.
There was one tornado confirmed on December 4, 1955. It quickly hit near Brownsville, SC (Marlboro County) around dusk. The official rating in the SPC Database is F2. Grazulis believes the damage was closer to F3 strength.
This tornado moved 18 miles through parts of Saline and Pulaski Counties. It developed near Bryant and moved through Alexander to west Little rock to Crystal Hill. 86 mobile homes were destroyed in Saline County. 100+ homes in west Little Rock had extensive damage. There were 53 injuries and 2 fatalities.
This summary looks at a late night twister that moved through parts of Polk County, TN during the November 29-30, 2016 outbreak. It traveled 4.6 miles from just south of Ocoee to just south of Benton in Polk County. The estimated max wind speeds was 140 mph (EF-3).
Just after midnight on November 30, 2016, an EF3 tornado crossed through parts of Jackson and DeKalb Counties in Alabama. This was one of 39, during a 2-day outbreak. There was significant damage in the towns of Rosalie and Ider. Sadly, 4 people were killed.
An outbreak of 39 tornadoes occurred November 29-30, 2016. There were 3 rated EF3 and we look at one of those that hit parts of Morgan County, AL in this summary. This tornado traveled just over 6 miles. It began along Danville Road, just east of the Lawrence County line and ended on the NE side of Herring Road.
On November 27, 1994, 18 tornadoes were confirmed across parts of the South. Four were given an F3 rating. In this summary, we look at one of those F3s. It had a long track of 40 miles through parts of Simpson, Smith and Jasper Counties in Mississippi.
18 tornadoes were confirmed across parts of the South on November 27, 1994. We look at one of the F3 tornadoes in this summary. It hit parts of Shelby and Fayette Counties in Tennessee and caused tremendous damage to the Germantown area.