25 rows · May 2007 tornado outbreak May 3–5, 2007 Kansas, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Colorado, Nebraska, Illinois 123 14 Very large outbreak across the Great Plains. Produced a large and deadly nighttime EF5 that destroyed 95% of Greensburg, Kansas, killing 11. Other strong tornadoes occurred in Oklahoma and elsewhere in Kansas.
|February 1950 tornad…||February 12, 1950||Lower-Middle Mississippi Valley||13|
|March 1952 Southern …||March 21–22, 1952||Lower-Middle Mississippi Valley||34|
|April – May 1953 torna…||April 28 – May 2, 1953||Southeastern United States||24|
|1953 Waco tornado o…||May 9–11, 1953||Southern-Central Great Plains / Up…||33|
Hence, the areas with the most strong thunderstorms tend to have the most tornadoes. 75 percent of all tornadoes on Earth occur in North America. Per square mile, Oklahoma has the fifth-most tornadoes of any state, and the fourth-most tornadoes on an absolute basis after Texas, Kansas, and Florida.
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Deadly Storms and Tornadoes Hit the American South. Jenny Bullard carries a pair of boots from her home that was heavily damaged by a tornado on January 22, 2017, in Adel, Georgia. Georgia Governor Nathan Deal declared a state of emergency in several counties, including Cook, that have suffered deaths, injuries and severe damage from weekend storms. #.
Connecticut Sets New Tornado Record in a Year With Below-Average U.S. Tornadoes Oct 31, 2018, 4:45 pm EDT Don’t tell residents of Connecticut that 2018 is a below-average year for tornadoes.
May 25, 2017 · This is Still Happening in America,Asia,Europe And Australia (Africa safe)Endtimes Signs! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2GnhL-4oVOo
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Dec 14, 2018 · Tornadoes. Tornadoes are generally classified as either a land spout (a tornado on land), a water spout (a tornado that forms over water) or a gustnado (a small tornado caused by a strong downburst of wind from a thunderstorm). The average tornado has maximum wind speeds of about 112 mph or less, measures around 250 feet in width
Because a tornado is part of a severe convective storm, and these storms occur all over the Earth, tornadoes are not limited to any specific geographic location. In fact, tornadoes have been documented in every state of the United States, and on every continent, with the exception of Antarctica (even there, a tornado occurrence is not impossible).