A devastating F4 tornado made its way across 5 North Carolina counties on November 28, 1988. The tornado began at 1am EST in Umstead National Park in the NW part of Raleigh. It ended almost 2 hours later, two miles NW of Jackson in Northampton County. An 83 mile track that was almost continuous.
A large tornado outbreak occurred on November 23 and 24, 2001. A total of 66 tornadoes across 8 states. 34 tornadoes occurred in the state of Alabama. We look at one of those in this summary. It was an F4 that moved 10.1 miles through parts of Blount and Etowah Counties. There were no fatalities and 22 injuries.
During the widespread tornado outbreak of November 21-23, 1992, 11 tornadoes traveled through parts of Georgia. Two were rated F4. We look at one of those destructive tornadoes in this summary.
There were 6-F4 tornadoes during the massive November 21-23, 1992 tornado outbreak. This summary looks at one of those out of Mississippi. This was an early morning tornado that traveled 40 miles through parts of Smith, Jasper and Newton Counties. It began SE of Mize and moved NE through the Sylvarena community. 90 homes were destroyed.
This tornado developed in northeast Copiah County, MS, 1 mile north of Hopewell at 1127pm CST. It crossed through parts of 7 counties and ended 4 miles SW of Mathiston, MS in Choctaw County at 201am CST. Per the NWS Storm Data entry, the tornado reached maximum strength, F4 in the town of Brandon.
The state of Texas had a total of 14 tornadoes during the massive November 21-23, 1992 tornado outbreak. 12 of the 14 where in the Houston County Warning area. This summary digs into the strongest that occurred in this area. It was an F4 that hit Channelview.
This devastating tornado began on I-64 just over 4 miles SW of New Minden. A tractor-trailer was blown off the interstate and the driver had minor injuries. Per the NWS Storm Data summary, the worst damage was 2 miles west-southwest of New Minden. A farm took a direct hit and the damage was rated EF4. Only the foundation of the farm remained.
November 15, 1989 was a heartbreaking day for the city of Huntsville, AL. An F4 tornado hit the southern part of the city crossing through a busy business section and heavily populated residential area at the time of afternoon rush hour. Twenty-one people were killed, 18 died in the tornado and 3 other later from injuries. 57% of the deaths occurred in automobiles.