A tornado outbreak occurred on March 21, 1952. Officially, the SPC lists 27 tornadoes with 10 given a rating of F4. Through his research, Thomas Grazulis in Significant Tornadoes shows 7-F4 tornadoes. This summary looks at one of those F4s. It was the deadliest of the outbreak.
This summary looks at the long-track EF4 tornado that pushed through 7 counties in the state of Arkansas on February 5, 2008. This is the longest tornado path on record (1950-current) in the state.
There was one tornado reported on January 28, 1956. It hit during the late evening in Faulkner County, AR. It moved to the northeast from the Wooster area to 1 mile south of Greenbriar. The Climatological Data Summary then states the tornado “went aloft for 10 miles, returning to the ground in Barney-Enola Area.”
The tornado developed in Junction City. The NWS survey notes the path was continuous for its entire path, which was a total of 24 miles.
It developed in Central Pope County, 1 mile SSW of Moreland and tracked to the northeast. The Pope County Office of Emergency Management reported that 42 residential structures had varying degrees of damage.