The Tornado Outbreak of May 30-31, 2018 was a deadly, catastrophic outbreak that killed 877 people, 6,501 injured people and had a confirmed total of 16 EF4/EF5 tornadoes.
The outbreak started at 9:45 AM EST on May 30 and ended at 11:02 PM EST on May 31. A total of 300 tornadoes touched down while causing $54.7 billion (2018 USD) in damages.
In all, states recorded 300 total tornadoes. This is the confirmed 4th large outbreak of May. Over 1,900 tornadoes were confirmed in the month of May, setting a new record.
The strongest tornado was the Woodward EF5 with 304 mph winds. The weakest tornado was an EF0 near Adair, Iowa with 40 mph winds.
Out of the two days, the 30th was the more active day with 173 confirmed tornadoes to the 31st's 127 confirmed tornadoes. With a post tropical cyclone dissipating, the storm formed many strong supercells which ended up forming many large, devastating tornadoes.
Only 3 states recorded fatalities with Oklahoma with the most, 516, followed by Texas with 221 then Kansas with 140.
The first major tornado of the short outbreak touched down on Day 1 at 3:16 PM CDT. Starting out as an EF2, the tornadoes killed 67 in a neighborhood full of mobile homes as the tornado was gaining EF3 intensity.
At 3:48 PM CDT while reaching peak intensity, the tornado completely destroyed multiple neighborhoods of well built houses, killing 181. With the tornado not dying out anytime soon, a tornado emergency was declared for Woodward and surrounding areas. At 4:09 PM CDT, the tornado briefly weakened to high-end EF4 before regaining strength into an EF5. As the tornado was approaching western Woodward, another person was killed when their house was completely swept away.
At 5:46 PM CDT, the tornado finally started to die out weakening into an EF3. At 5:57 PM CDT, a satellite tornado touched down, causing EF3 damage.
At 6:03 PM CDT, the tornado dissipated 16.9 miles west of Woodward. In all, the EF5 killed 249, injured 428, and caused $9.7 billion in damages. Many have compared this twister to the Woodward F5 back in 1947 that killed 181 people.
Later that evening, over 350 people were found trapped in their houses when the tornado caused their roof to collapse.
The tornado had recorded wind speeds of 304 mph measured by multiple doppler radar trucks. The rating is widely accepted by multiple surveyors and scientists who studied the mean, devastating EF5 rated tornado.
The Leedey EF4 first touched down in an open field southwest of Mangum as an EF0. Causing EF0 to EF1 damage on the west side of Mangum, the tornado began to strengthen.
EF2 damage was noted in southern Willow where 3 were killed as multiple mobile homes were destroyed. The tornado weakened for 10 minutes, causing EF0 to EF1 damage in southern Carter. The tornado then strengthened to an EF2, causing 6 injuries.
After this point, the tornado reached peak strength when Interstate 40 was struck west of Elk City, killing 8 and injuring 26. Along Interstate 40, a few homes were destroyed, with 2 being partially swept away.
Tracking north, the town of Hammon was struck at high-end EF1 to low-end EF2 strength as the tornado weakened drastically after tracking north-northeast of Elk City.
The tornado then re-strengthened into an EF4 to the immediate south of Leedey. Downtown Leedey was struck at mid-range EF4 strength, where dozens of poorly-built homes were swept away, killing 72 and injuring 265.
After causing massive devastation in Leedey, the tornado tracked northwest, killing a further 2 and injuring 4 west of Trail at 5:05 PM CDT. The tornado then weakened drastically, causing high-end EF0 to low-end EF1 damage north of Camargo. At 5:18 PM CDT, the tornado dissipated east of Vici.
The Olney EF4 first touched down at 4:22 PM CDT 4 miles west of Clyde. Causing EF0 to EF1 damage, dozens of homes suffered minor damage and trees were pushed over.
Beginning to strengthen, high-end EF1 damage occurred 6 miles southeast of Albany and 6 miles southwest of Acampo. The tornado continued to strengthen, caused high-end EF2 to low-end EF3 damage in east Albany. The tornado achieved EF4 strength when southwest Woodson, where 7 deaths and 28 injuries occurred.
Peak strength occurred east of Throckmorton and west of Newcastle where multiple well-built homes were completely swept away. However, due to anchor bolts being improperly spaced by 7 inches, the rating in this area was given high-end EF4. Another 3 deaths and 16 injuries occurred in this area as well.
Causing even more EF3 to EF4 damage by the time the tornado reached Olney, even more high-end EF4 damage occurred in this area, causing a further 26 deaths and 175 injuries.
Loosing strength after impacting Olney, high-end EF3 to low-end EF4 was noted at several locations. In these areas, 4 deaths and 8 injuries occurred. Another 2 were killed and 4 were injured when a line of mobile homes were destroyed at high-end EF2 intensity as the tornado continued to weaken west of Archer City by 4:55 PM CDT.
The Udall EF4 first touched down at 4:33 PM CDT south of Peckham, Oklahoma. Causing EF1 damage multiple homes near Peckham, 3 were injured as a mobile home was overturned.
Tracking over open plains for dozens of miles, the tornado entered Kansas as a mid-range EF2. Very minor ground scouring occurred in this area before the tornado strengthened into an EF3 east of Geuda Springs.
Multiple abandoned structures were destroyed between Geuda Springs and Oxford at mid-range to high-end EF3 strength. Oxford High School was badly damaged, with 7 deaths and 19 injuries occurring in Oxford.
The tornado reached EF4 strength between Oxford and Udall by 5:45 PM CDT. The tornado reached peak strength 4 miles southwest of Udall, where 5 were killed and 37 were injured as multiple homes were completely destroyed at peak strength.
The south side of Udall was struck at mid-range EF4 strength, where many homes were destroyed. Gaining strength while wreaking havoc, a neighborhood was destroyed at high-end EF4 strength.
Due to most homes being poorly-built, most of the homes in this area were swept away. In this area, 23 people were killed and 149 were injured as dozens of homes were destroyed. With most of western Udall spared from the tornado, areas due east of Udall were struck, where 2 were killed and 8 were injured as multiple farmhouses were completely leveled.
Tracking into rural terrain, the tornado began to quickly dissipate. Producing mostly EF1 damage, hundreds of trees were pushed over. By 6:50 PM CDT, the tornado was just producing EF0 damage. At 6:57 PM CDT, the tornado dissipated 7 miles west of Rock after killing 37, injuring 216, and causing $2 billion (2018 USD) in damages. The Udall EF4 ranks as the 174th deadliest tornado in U.S. history and the 77th costliest tornado ever.
The Blackwell EF4 touched down at 8:13 PM CDT southwest of Garber. Causing EF0 to EF1 damage, mostly trees were damaged between western Garber and Billings.
At 8:20 PM CDT, the tornado tracked west of Billings at EF2 strength, causing 4 deaths and 8 injuries as a line of mobile homes were destroyed. The tornado fluctuated between EF2 and EF3 strength while dodging over a dozen towns as it hit Interstate 35 next to Blackwell.
The tornado then struck the Interstate head on, killing 24 and injuring 52. Tracking through downtown Blackwell, killing 34 and injuring 141. Hundreds of structures in Blackwell were destroyed, including 2 churches, 7 gas stations, and 3 grocery stores.
The tornado then weakened to high-end EF3 strength after exiting Blackwell, striking Peckham, killing 3 and injuring 30 at mid-range to high-end EF3 strength at 8:50 PM CDT.
The tornado then tracked into open land where the tornado continued to weaken, becoming an EF2 rope tornado. Tracking north-northeast of Peckham, the tornado weakened further, producing mild EF0 and EF1 damage at 9:00 PM CDT.
The Kiowa EF5 touched down at 9:38 AM CDT southwest of Atoka. The tornado became a weak EF0 right after touchdown before strengthening slightly. The tornado then became a waterspout after tracking onto the Atoka Reservoir.
Downtown Stringtown was struck at high-end EF1 strength, causing moderate damage to dozens of mobile homes. Many homes also suffered major roof damage, with some homes having parts of their roofs removed.
Intensifying even further, low-end EF3 damage occurred to multiple homes southwest of Kiowa. The tornado then became a large wedge, producing extreme ground scouring as it reached EF5 strength. A factory was completely leveled, leaving only mangled beams left at this location.
The tornado weakened to low-end EF4 strength, causing minor ground scouring and EF4 damage to 2 farmhouses. As the tornado approached Kiowa, it grew to peak strength and a tornado emergency was issued for Kiowa.
The tornado entered Kiowa city limits at 11:30 AM CDT, causing EF5 damage at hundreds of locations. Severe ground and asphalt scouring occurred, along with hundreds of well-built homes being swept away. In this area, 69 people were killed, along with 386 injuries. The high school, the police station, the post office, and many stores and gas stations were all completely leveled.
Loosing strength, the tornado caused EF4 damage to multiple homes, injuring 6. The tornado then turned southeast, heading towards Pittsburg. High-end EF4 damage occurred in Pittsburg, killing 8 and injuring 27. Weakening further, low-end EF3 damage occurred to multiple farmhouses. At 12:00 PM CDT, the tornado weakened to an EF0 rope tornado west of Blanco. 4 minutes later at 12:04 PM CDT, the tornado dissipated 7 miles northwest of Blanco after killing 77, injuring 422, and causing $2.2 billion (2018 USD) in damages.
The Big Spring EF5 touched down at 10:09 AM CDT southeast of Odessa as a rope tornado. Hundreds of homes were minorly damaged in Odessa as the tornado continued to track northeast towards Midland.
Just like in Odessa, hundreds of homes were minorly damaged in Midland. The tornado paralleled Interstate 20 as a high-end EF2 as it struck the west side of Greenwood then followed by striking Stanton at low-end EF3 strength. 4 were killed in this area and 9 were injured.
The tornado rapidly intensified then into an EF5 wedge. A tornado emergency was then issued for Big Spring as the tornado reached Big Spring at peak strength. Causing EF5 in downtown Big Spring, 50 were killed and 290 were injured as hundreds of homes were destroyed, with many being completely swept away. Many stores and gas stations were destroyed as well as Big Spring's schools.
The tornado then drastically weakened after causing catastrophic damage in Big Spring, causing low-end EF3 damage to many homes, injuring 2. EF2 damage occurred to a neighborhood in eastern Coahoma. Weakening further, EF0 to EF1 damage occurred to multiple homes as the tornado was dying out further.
Mid-range EF2 damage occurred to multiple structures south of Rocksprings, injuring 8. The tornado became a large wedge EF3, severely damaging a home west of Rocksprings.
Intensifying into an EF5, a well-built brick home was completely swept away, with severe ground scouring occurring on the property, along with multiple cars being tossed over 800 yards and found mangled beyond recognition.
Impacting Rocksprings, 57 people were killed, along with 436 injuries as hundreds of homes in Rocksprings were completely swept away. Almost all of Rocksprings High School was swept away, with only a small portion of the school being left intact.
Tracking northeast into Telegraph, 5 were killed and 9 were injured as the tornado struck the southeast corner of the town at high-end EF4 strength.
The Oberlin EF5 first touched down at 12:57 PM CDT immediately east of Selden. As a narrow funnel, extreme ground scouring occurred almost immediately.
Surveyors rated the scouring EF5 due to how extreme it was. This tornado is mentioned as being the narrowest tornado ever to create EF5 damage, even though it would later grow into a wedge tornado.
Tracking north-northeast, ground scouring continued to occur, with the tornado becoming a wedge. A large, well-built brick home was completely swept away, killing all 4 occupants inside the home. As the tornado was paralleling U.S. Route 83, severe scouring of the ground and the road was noted, with most of the road being reduced to dirt.
Entering Oberlin, 94 people were killed and 384 injuries in Oberlin as every single structure in the city suffered EF5 damage. Tracking north of Oberlin, the tornado leveled a farm at EF5 strength, killing 5 and injuring 6.
Continuing to track along U.S. Route 83, more severe ground scouring occurred and a dozen well-built homes were swept away, injuring 15. After this, the tornado drastically weakened, causing low-end EF3 damage to multiple homes northeast of Oberlin.
The Clyde EF4 first touched down at 2:06 PM CDT southwest of Novice as a weak, rope-like EF0 tornado. Breaking branches off of trees, pushing over shallow-rooted trees, and minorly damaging a car, the tornado strengthened, becoming a low-end EF1 stovepipe tornado.
EF1 to low-end EF2 damage was observed at multiple properties in southeastern, eastern, and northeastern Goldsboro. The tornado weakened slightly, causing high-end EF0 damage. While it looked like the tornado was going to dissipate, the tornado was able to stay on the ground and began to strengthen once again around a forward speed of nearly 90 mph.
EF2 damage occurred to farm southwest of Clyde. Here, a farmhouse was significantly damaged, and a barn was partially destroyed. 4 cattle were killed at this location. Intensifying further, high-end EF2 to low-end EF3 damage was observed to a couple farms, where one farmhouse was partially swept of it's foundation. However, the damage at the location was rated EF3 due to the structure being poorly-built.
Entering Clyde, drastic intensification occurred as the tornado reached peak strength. 49 were killed and 170 were injured as a trio of neighborhoods were leveled, including multiple homes being swept clean of debris. However, idiotic engineer Timothy Marshall rated the damage at 200 mph EF4 due to all homes being swept clean of debris missing only a single washer of their respective anchor bolts. However, the NWS agreed and rated the damage stupidly at high-end EF4.
Clyde High School was leveled, with 15 people being killed at this location. An additional 25 people were injured. Weakening drastically, low-end EF2 damage occurred to many mobile homes in eastern Clyde, injuring another two. The tornado continued to weaken, causing EF0 to EF1 damage before dissipating at 4:19 PM CDT after killing 64, injuring 197, and causing $1.4 billion (2018 USD) in damages.
The Broken Bow EF4 first touched down in an open field at 2:45 PM CDT as an EF0 rope tornado southwest of Idabel. Many shallow-rooted trees were downed and a car was blasted with debris as the tornado began to strengthe, causing high-end EF0 damage to multiple homes west of Idabel.
The tornado continued to strengthen, causing EF1 damage to multiple homes, and overturning multiple mobile homes, injuring 2. The first fatality occurred as a mobile home was destroyed at mid-range EF2 strength. The tornado became a violent stovepipe south-southwest of Broken Bow, causing EF4 damage to multiple homes. 3 were killed as a poorly-anchored home was swept away.
Damage rated mid-range EF4 was noted in eastern Broken Bow as the tornado reached peak strength. A mobile home park was devastated on the west side, killing 12 and injuring 112. This area is where most of the deaths and injuries occurred as the tornado began to weaken. Broken Bow High School was severely damaged at high-end EF3 strength, where most of the costly damage occurred.
Continuing to weaken, many poorly-anchored homes were destroyed, with many being partially swept away. 6 were injured at this location in the process. Weakening continued to occur, with high-end EF0 to low-end EF1 damage occurring to dozens of homes northeast of Broken Bow and north of Eagletown.
At 5:01 PM CDT, the tornado dissipated just northeast of Hochatown after killing 16, injuring 120, and caused $1 billion (2018 USD) in damages. The Broken Bow EF4 ranks as the 171st costliest tornado ever. Out of all of the costly tornadoes of the outbreak, the Broken Bow EF4 is a lesser-known event due to it being not as deadly or costly as the other events.
The Checotah EF4 first touched down as a very weak EF0 in an open field southwest of Crowder at 3:26 PM CDT. Causing EF0 to EF1 damage, multiple homes suffered minor to moderate damage. In addition, some cars were moved slightly and weakly-anchored wooden fences were pushed over, with some of them being tossed up to 10 yards away.
Beginning to strengthen gradually, mid-range to high-end EF1 damage occurred to multiple homes that suffered severe roof damage. The tornado strengthened to an EF2 stovepipe tornado north of Canadian as it tracked a path around both Crowder and Canadian. As it was tracking north-northeast, the town of Eufala was barely missed, where 2 were injured as their mobile home was destroyed. The tornado then picked up speed and strength, becoming a low-end EF3 with a forward speed of up to 75 mph (120 km/h).
The tornado reached EF4 strength just south of Interstate 40 as a tornado emergency was issued for Checotah at 3:45 PM CDT. 3 were killed and 19 were injured on Interstate 40 as multiple cars were thrown up to 100 yards away. Southern Checotah was devastated at high-end EF4 strength, where 9 were killed and 150 were injured as many mobile homes were destroyed. A factory that was vacant at the time was nearly destroyed.
Beginning to weaken, the tornado tracked east of Checotah as a high-end EF2 as the tornado emergency was lifted. Weakening continued as the tornado began causing just EF0 damage northeast of Checotah. At 4:09 PM CDT, the tornado dissipated northeast of Checotah after killing 12, injuring 171, and causing $1.01 billion (2018 USD) in damages. The Checotah EF4 ranks as the 161st costliest tornado ever.
The Lawton EF4 touched down as a very weak EF0 rope tornado in an open field 3 miles southwest of Cookietown at 4:44 PM CDT, the tornado nearly dissipated numerous times, but managed to stay on the ground. Causing low-end EF0 damage, the tornado began to strengthen, causing mid-range to high-end EF0 damage.
Tracking north-northeast, low-end to mid-range EF1 damage occurred to multiple properties. 2 were injured as the high-end EF1 overturned a mobile home. Strengthening further, the tornado became a stovepipe EF2.
The tornado paralleled Interstate 44 as an EF2 before it tracked more to the west, causing significant damage west of Geronimo. Strengthening continued even further, where EF3 damage was observed at multiple homes that had all walls knocked down. A poorly-anchored home was blown away and 4 people were killed.
A tornado emergency was then issued as the tornado became a high-end EF3 wedge tornado tracking towards Lawton. The tornado then underwent another stage of intensification, becoming a wedge EF4 tornado. A well-built home was leveled, with some of the home's basement being exposed. 3 were injured at this location. The tornado struck western Lawton, where 13 were killed and 95 were injured as dozens of homes were completely leveled.
A Goodyear plant was leveled in extreme western Lawton were 2 were injured. The tornado then began to weaken, causing high-end EF3 to low-end EF4 damage northwest of Lawton. Weakening continued to occur, with the tornado tracking onto mountainous terrain. Western Medicine Park was struck at low-end EF1 damage before the tornado tracked out onto Lake Lawtonka and dissipated at 6:02 PM CDT after killing 17, injuring 102, and causing $1.2 billion (2018 USD) in damages. The Lawton EF4 ranks as the 141st costliest tornado ever.
The Quapaw EF4 first touched down as a massively weak EF0 tornado in an open field at 6:05 PM CDT northwest of Wyandotte and immediately north of the Neosho River.
Only low-end EF0 or minor tree damage occurred to trees before the tornado strengthened into a high-end EF0 parallel to Oklahoma State Highway 137. EF1 damage occurred to a line of well-built homes that suffered moderate to major roof damage. 2 were injured as a mobile home was overturned at mid-range EF1 strength as the tornado crossed the intersection of Oklahoma State Highway 137 and Oklahoma State Highway 10 east of Miami at 6:12 PM CDT.
Strengthening continued to occur as the tornado caused low-end to mid-range EF2 as a stovepipe paralleling Oklahoma State Highway 137 east-northeast of Miami. The tornado strengthened further, causing high-end EF2 to low-end EF3 damage as a fat stovepipe before the tornado crossed Interstate 44. 2 were killed 6 were injured as a couple of cars were thrown of of Interstate 44 at either mid-range of high-end EF3 strength.
The tornado continued to strengthen, where low-end EF4 damage occurred to a well-built, anchor-bolted, large farmhouse that was partially swept away. EF4 damage continued to occur as the tornado entered southern Quapaw as a high-end low-end EF4 tornado. 17 were killed and 93 were injured in southern and eastern Quapaw as the tornado caused mostly mid-range to high-end mid-range EF4 damage in Quapaw. Weakening began to occur, as the tornado caused low-end EF4 damage to a few homes, including a line of mobile homes that were completely swept away. In this area, 1 was killed and 5 were injured, 3 of them critically.
The tornado then caused high-end EF2 to low-end EF3 damage to multiple well-built homes as the tornado entered Kansas. A few homes were significantly damaged in southern and western Baxter Springs before the tornado continued to weaken. Major to moderate roof damage occurred to multiple homes at EF1 strength before the tornado dissipated at 6:56 PM CDT after killing 20, injuring 106, and causing $1.3 billion (2018 USD) in damages. The Quapaw EF4 ranks as the 133rd costliest tornado ever.
Touching down at 6:57 PM CDT east of Darwin. Causing EF0 to EF1 damage, multiple businesses suffered minor damage. Continuing to strengthen, EF2 damage occurred to a mobile home, killing 2.
Undergoing intense intensification, EF4 damage occurred to multiple businesses and a dozen homes, killing 12. A Walmart Supercentre was completely leveled. with damage rated high-end EF4 here. 72 people were killed at the Walmart, while 124 were injured.
Weakening slightly, a few rows of homes were completely swept away, with 10 deaths occurring at this location with 148 more people getting injured. Antlers' historic trainstation was not even hit, much to the gratitude of the citizens.
After leaving a swath of destruction in Antlers, another person was killed, along with 25 injuries after a bowling alley was hit at high-end EF3 strength. 2 miles south of Finley at 8:08 PM CDT, EF2 to EF3 damage occurred to multiple vacant farms.
The tornado continued to weaken as the tornado minorly scoured the ground, while uprooting hundreds of trees. EF1 damage occurred near Cloudy.
Even more EF0 to EF1 damage occurred before the monster tornado died out near Snow after killing 93, injuring 297, and causing $2.15 billion (2018 USD) in damages. The following day, a state of emergency was declared for Pushmataha County.
The NWS sent survey teams to survey the damage. After months of surveys and inspections from top engineers, the final rating was a high-end EF4. The total damage path reached 75.17 miles long and 1.9 miles wide.
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