After crossing the Canadian Riverthe tornado entered Cleveland County and weakened to F2 intensity. Hartford City. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Another devastating tornado struck Carmel, damaging homes and businesses, injuring 60 people. The tornado formed a very well-defined hook echo. This violent wedge tornado ripped a large metal TVA transmission tower from its concrete footings. SPC meteorologists began to recalculate model data during the morning to account for the stronger wind profiles caused by the jet streak; the data acknowledged that thunderstorms would occur within the Central Plains, but disagreed on the exact area of greatest severe weather risk.
This page documents the tornadoes and tornado outbreaks ofprimarily in the United States. Most tornadoes form in the U.S., although some events may take place By the end of the outbreak during the early morning hours on June 366 tornadoes had struck the Ohio River Valley, including seven of F4 intensity.
The Bridge Creek–Moore tornado was an extraordinarily powerful F5 .
F5 and EF5 Tornadoes of the United States present (SPC)
Bridge Creek–Moore tornado and its ensuing aftermath from the event's start on the afternoon of May 3 through the evening of May 4. Tornado maps and statistics for all U.S. tornadoes in May 3,
Tornado outbreaks of A pileup occurred in Ottawa, killing eight people and injuring at least Several large trees were snapped or uprooted, and several light poles were downed, damaging vehicles and the roofs of homes.
Reconstruction projects in subsequent years led to a safer, tornado-ready community.
One injury was reported.
This is a map and list of tornadoes since which the National Weather MS 52 May 25, Parkersburg IA 51 May 4, Greensburg KS 50 May 3, Goessel KS 41 March 13, Hesston KS 40 May 31, Niles OH The MayGreat Lakes tornado outbreak was a catastrophic tornado EF4 tornadoes touched down, the most in a single day since June 2,when .
The explosion also forced evacuations rather than cleanups the day after the tornado.
Retrieved October 20, The tornado lifted after destroying at least 60 structures. By the early afternoon hours, forecasters at both the SPC and the NWS Weather Forecast Office in Norman both of which shared an office complex near Max Westheimer Airport at the timerealized that a major event was likely to take place based solely on observational data from radar and weather satellite imagery and balloon soundings, as the computer models remained uncooperative in helping meteorologists determine where the greatest threat of severe storms would occur.
Several large trees were snapped or uprooted, and several light poles were downed, damaging vehicles and the roofs of homes.
Tornado History Project May 3,
The tornado injured 16 people in a club when a wall fell on some of the people taking cover. At least 1, people lost their homes in Tipton, and the Red Cross was set up at one of the churches in Tipton.
May 3 1990 tornado
|National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Metal doors on the opposite side were blown outward, a smaller garage sustained major door damage, and a large section of metal and wood roofing was removed from a large barn, with debris being scattered 0.
Just outside of downtown, the tornado killed four people at a factory when it was completely leveled and exploded. A tornado touched down in Atlanta late at night.
After crossing the Canadian Riverthe tornado entered Cleveland County and weakened to F2 intensity. SE of Fairland to N of Shelbyville.