On June 23, 1944, a historic tornado outbreak occurred across the Appalachians. This outbreak featured the deadliest tornado to ever strike Pennsylvania and the deadliest ever recorded in West Virginia.
Just two days after a tornado outbreak affected Pennsylvania and New York, another tornado outbreak ripped through the East Coast. Pennsylvania was the hardest hit. This summary documents 20 tornadoes from this event. 17 of which were in PA.
This summary looks at the devastating La Plata, MD tornado of April 28, 2002. We explore the damage details of this historic tornado along with path discrepancies and the rating controversy.
This summary looks at a significant tornado that moved through Princes George’s and Howard Counties in Maryland. It hit parts of the University of Maryland Campus and resulted in 2 fatalities.
This tornado is considered “the most devastating to strike West Virginia since 1944.” That was written in the July 1980 Storm Data Publication by the NWS.