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The 2020 Lexington tornado was an EF4 multiple-vortex tornado that destroyed portions of Lexington, Kentucky and smaller communities and towns around the city of Lexington during the late afternoon and early evening of Wednesday, March 18, 2020. The tornado reached a maximum path width of 1.8 Miles wide and measured wind speeds of 315 MPH, Although damage surveys estimated that the winds were 194 MPH giving it the EF4 rating. With 42 people being killed, this became the second deadliest single tornado to hit the state of Kentucky, surpassing the Brandenburg tornado of 1974 which killed 36 and behind the 1890 Louisville tornado which killed 76. This storm also had the highest wind speeds ever measured on earth at 315 MPH.




Meteorological synopsis

On March 13, the Storm Prediction Center (SPC) began monitoring the potential for a substantial severe weather outbreak in the extended range. 






The track of the tornado

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