|Active:||December 31st, 2017 to January 1st, 2018.|
|Duration of tornado outbreak1:||0 hours, 0 minutes- and ongoing.|
|Maximum rated tornado2:||EF0 tornado|
|Damage:||$0 million (2017 USD)|
1Time from first tornado to last tornado
The New Years Eve Outbreak of 2017 was a Rather significant end-of-the-year weather event that happened as 2017 was drawing to a close.
Whilst a Winter Storm was tracking across the Northern United States during the last week of 2017, the Storm Prediction Center (SPC) took note of a Frontal Boundary dragging along the south side of the Winter Storm.
Thus, the SPC stated that there was a possibility (as much as 30%) for increased instability and shear in the southern US States, where the temperatures were warmer, especially when a Tropical Energy Feed coming in from the Gulf of Mexico.
|EF0||Near North Hodge LA||11:59 PM||0.0001 miles||A tiny tornado caused no damage.|
|EF0||Near Balch Springs TX||11:59 PM||0.001 miles||A tiny tornado caused no damage.|