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Tornadoes of 2019 (Casey)
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The Bridge Creek-Moore, Oklahoma EF5 on June 16th.
Season 2019 Tornado Season
Timespan January 6 - December 27
Maximum rated tornado EF5

10 locations on 8 different days

Dates of maximum rating 8 days
Tornadoes 2,964 (Worldwide)

2,639 (United States)

Damage $127.6 billion (2019 USD)
Fatalities 12,361 (Worldwide)

11,122 (United States)

The Tornadoes of 2019 (Casey) was a deadly and catastrophic tornado season. The total number of tornado reports in the United States were 2,584, but a total of 2,639 tornadoes were confirmed, the number of deaths stood at 10,788 deaths and the total of $127.6 billion (2019 USD) in damages. 72 tornadoes were recorded in other countries, with most of them causing little damage. 

There was 12,361 tornadic deaths: 11,122 in the United States, 992 in Norway, 81 in Somalia, 65 in China, 58 in Canada, 28 in Tanzania, 10 in Germany, and 5 in Brazil.

8 countries recorded at least 1 tornado. The U.S. state of Oklahoma recorded 445 tornadoes in the 2019 calendar year, the most of any state during the year. Norway had 253 confirmed tornadoes, due to a Super Outbreak. The Canadian province of Saskatchewan recorded 15 tornadoes, Manitoba recorded 10, and Ontario recorded 5, bringing the Canadian tornado total for the year up to 30. Another 13 were killed from multiple tornadoes in Canada. China recorded one EF4, killing 65 people. France recorded 5 tornadoes, 3 F0's, and 1 F1 and 1 F2. Germany recorded 14 tornadoes and Brazil recorded 7. 7 tornadoes occurred in Africa: 4 in Somalia and 3 in Tanzania.


Synopsis

Worldwide Total

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
EF0
Confirmed
EF1
Confirmed
EF2
Confirmed
EF3
Confirmed
EF4
Confirmed
EF5
2,964 1,040 1,121 415 239 116 21


There was 2,900 reports of tornadoes worldwide, however, 2,964 were confirmed.

United States 

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
EF0
Confirmed
EF1
Confirmed
EF2
Confirmed
EF3
Confirmed
EF4
Confirmed
EF5
2,639 914 985 381 217 111 20


There was 2,584 reports of tornadoes in the U.S., however, 2,639 were confirmed.

Canada

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
EF0
Confirmed
EF1
Confirmed
EF2
Confirmed
EF3
Confirmed
EF4
Confirmed
EF5
38 13 20 4 1 0 0


There was 29 reports of tornadoes in Canada, with all 29 reports being confirmed.

France

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
F0
Confirmed
F1
Confirmed
F2
Confirmed
F3
Confirmed
F4
Confirmed
F5
5 3 1 1 0 0 0


There was 5 reports of tornadoes in France, with all 5 reports being confirmed.

China

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
EF0
Confirmed
EF1
Confirmed
EF2
Confirmed
EF3
Confirmed
EF4
Confirmed
EF5
1 0 0 0 0 1 0


There was 1 report of tornadoes in China, with the 1 report being confirmed.

Norway

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
F0
Confirmed
F1
Confirmed
F2
Confirmed
F3
Confirmed
F4
Confirmed
F5
253 99 104 27 19 2 2


There was 253 reports of tornadoes in Norway, with all 253 reports being confirmed.

Germany

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
F0
Confirmed
F1
Confirmed
F2
Confirmed
F3
Confirmed
F4
Confirmed
F5
14 4 7 2 1 0 0


There was 14 reports of tornadoes in Germany, with all 14 being confirmed.

Brazil

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
F0
Confirmed
F1
Confirmed
F2
Confirmed
F3
Confirmed
F4
Confirmed
F5
7 3 3 0 1 0 0


There was 7 reports of tornadoes in Brazil, with all 7 being confirmed.

Tanzania

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
F0
Confirmed
F1
Confirmed
F2
Confirmed
F3
Confirmed
F4
Confirmed
F5
3 2 0 0 0 1 0


There was 3 reports of tornadoes in Tanzania, with all 3 being confirmed.

Somalia

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
F0
Confirmed
F1
Confirmed
F2
Confirmed
F3
Confirmed
F4
Confirmed
F5
4 2 1 0 0 1 0


There was 4 reports of tornadoes in Somalia, with all 4 being confirmed.

Tornadoes by Country

Country Number of Tornadoes
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United States
2,438
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Norway
253
800px-Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg
Canada
38
800px-Flag of Germany.svg
Germany
14
720px-Flag of Brazil.svg
Brazil
7
800px-Flag of France.svg
France
5
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Somalia
4
800px-Flag of Tanzania.svg
Tanzania
3
800px-Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg
China
1

Tornadoes by U.S. State

State

Number of Tornadoes

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Oklahoma
527
800px-Flag of Kansas.svg
Kansas
380
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Texas
350
Missouri
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136
800px-Flag of Alabama.svg
Alabama
117
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Nebraska
111
Iowa
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107
800px-Flag of Minnesota.svg
Minnesota
106
250px-Flag of North Dakota.svg
North Dakota
101
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South Dakota
101
250px-Flag of Arkansas.svg
Arkansas
92
250px-Flag of Mississippi.svg
Mississippi
85
800px-Flag of Illinois.svg
Illinois
82
125px-Flag of Georgia (U.S. state).svg
Georgia
59
800px-Flag of Florida.svg
Florida
35
250px-Flag of Kentucky.svg
Kentucky
31
800px-Flag of Indiana.svg
Indiana
30
250px-Flag of Louisiana.svg
Louisiana
30
125px-Flag of Tennessee.svg
Tennessee
30
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Colorado
29
250px-Flag of Montana.svg
Montana
22
125px-Flag of Michigan.svg
Michigan
21
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South Carolina
20
Wisconsin
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19
Wyoming
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12
Idaho
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5
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New Mexico
5
Virginia
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5
Washington
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4
Arizona
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3
Oregon
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3
California
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2
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Nevada
2
250px-Flag of Utah.svg
Utah
2
Total: 2,639
Tornadoes of 2019 - Hitman

A map showing tornado totals for the 2019 tornado season.

Because of a very active March, April, May, and June, for the 2nd straight year, over 2,000 tornadoes occurred in the United States. The state of Oklahoma had the most confirmed tornadoes out of every other state with 527 confirmed tornadoes. Kansas came in second with 380 confirmed tornadoes.

Texas came in a close third with 350 tornadoes. Missouri came in fourth with 136 tornadoes. To round out the top 5, Alabama had 117 confirmed tornadoes.

During the year, six different outbreaks had 100+ confirmed tornadoes. The month of May recorded the most amount of tornadoes, with 882. May also had 4 of the 9 EF5's, the most out of any month. Both March and June had 2 EF5's occur during the month. April also had an EF5. 2019 had the second most EF5's with 21, with 20 of them occurring in the United States. 2019 is also second behind 2018 for the most EF4 tornadoes with 116 and the second most violent tornadoes, with 137.

Events

January

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
EF0
Confirmed
EF1
Confirmed
EF2
Confirmed
EF3
Confirmed
EF4
Confirmed
EF5
23 11 6 4 2 0 0


There was 33 reports of tornadoes in the US in the month of January, of which 23 were confirmed.

Main Article: List of U.S. tornadoes from January to February 2019

January 16

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 5 4 3 2 0 0 14


Main Articles: Tornado Outbreak of January 16, 2019; List of tornadoes in the Tornado Outbreak of January 16, 2019  and 2019 Coleridge, Nebraska Tornado

A small outbreak consisting of 14 tornadoes caused 12 deaths, including seven from a high-end EF3 near Coleridge, Nebraska. Another EF3, 3 EF2's, 4 EF1's, and 4 EF0's occurred in Nebraska and an EF0 occurred in South Dakota.

The outbreak occurred as of a result of a weakening system with a moderately strong jet stream that originated from the Gulf of Mexico. Another 4 deaths occurred from the other EF3 near Foster, Nebraska and the final death occurred from an EF2 that also caused significant damage and death near Foster, Nebraska.

February

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
EF0
Confirmed
EF1
Confirmed
EF2
Confirmed
EF3
Confirmed
EF4
Confirmed
EF5
79 31 22 18 4 4 0


There were 86 reports of tornadoes in February, of which 79 were confirmed.

February 6

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 2 2 4 1 0 0 9


A family of tornadoes touched down in Arkansas and Texas, killing 8 and causing $27 million in damages. Forming from a system in the Atlantic, the family dropped a total of 9 tornadoes: 2 EF0's, 2 EF1's, 4 EF2's, and 1 EF3.

The high-end EF3 near Leary, Texas was responsible for 5 of the 8 deaths and most of the damages. All 3 of tornadoes that touched down in Arkansas were 3 of the 4 EF2's. The outbreak included a large EF0 that tracked for over 24 miles in very Eastern Texas. The first of three EF2's in and around Fouke, Arkansas was responsible for the final three deaths of the outbreak.

February 18 (Canada)

FU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

The first EF5 ever in Canada killed 45 and injured over 100. Dozens of homes were completely swept away and hundreds were partially swept away. Hundreds of cars were mangled beyond recognition and severe ground scouring occurred as well.


February 18-19

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 25 15 13 3 4 0 60


Main Articles: Tornado Outbreak of February 18-19, 2019List of tornadoes in the Tornado Outbreak of February 18-19, 20192019 El Dorado, Kansas Tornado2019 Hornet, Missouri Tornado and 2019 Detroit, Michigan Tornado

A system with high wind shear and high moisture formed multiple bases that formed tornadoes. On the 18th, 36 tornadoes were confirmed. 24 deaths occurred on the 18th as 3 of the 4 EF4's during the outbreak caused damage and death.

On the 19th, most of the tornadoes were weak as the system weakened. 13 deaths did occurred from a high-end EF4 near Detroit, Michigan. In all, $1.87 billion (2019 USD) and 37 deaths occurred from 60 tornadoes.

February 27

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 4 5 1 0 0 0 10


Main Article: February 2019 North Dakota Tornado Family

A system that developed from the Rockies caused severe thunderstorms in the states of North Dakota and South Dakota, causing 10 tornadoes to touchdown.

An EF2 near the city of Streeter caused all 5 deaths, all 7 injuries, and causing $1 million in damages. Winds reached 125 mph (200 km/h).

March

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
EF0
Confirmed
EF1
Confirmed
EF2
Confirmed
EF3
Confirmed
EF4
Confirmed
EF5
271 114 81 36 17 21 2


There was 255 reports of tornadoes in March with 271 tornadoes being confirmed.

Main Article: List of U.S. Tornadoes from March to April 2019

March 6-8

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 83 72 32 16 2 0 205


Main Articles: Tornado Outbreak of March 6-8, 2019List of Tornadoes in the Tornado Outbreak of March 6-8, 20192019 Arnett, Oklahoma-Higgins-Canadian-Lipscomb, Texas Tornado; and 2019 Randolph, Kansas Tornado

A significant outbreak occurred from Wednesday, March 6, to Friday, March 8. In all, 205 tornadoes touched down, including 2 separate EF4's in Texas-Oklahoma and Kansas.

In all, 159 people died, hundreds were injured, and $2 billion (2019 USD) in damages occurred.

March 13 (France)

FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 3 1 1 0 0 0 5


A few strong thunderstorms spawned five tornadoes. 3 brief F0's caused no damage. An F1 caused severe roof damage to multiple farms. A strong F2 caused severe damage to multiple homes. 4 were injured in the process.

March 17-19

Main Articles: Tornado outbreak of March 17-19, 2019; List of tornadoes in the Tornado outbreak of March 17-19, 20192019 Prescott, Arkansas tornado2019 Baxter County, Arkansas Tornado2019 Cotter, Arkansas Tornado; '2019 Clinton, Arkansas Tornado; '2019 Clarksville, Texas Tornado; '2019 Ballwin, Missouri Tornado2019 Chesterfield, Missouri Tornado2019 Manchester, Missouri Tornado2019 St. Louis County Missouri Tornado; '2019 North Andover, Kansas Tornado; '2019 Andover, Kansas Tornado2019 Vanora, Kansas Tornado2019 Eureka, Kansas Tornado2019 Butler County, Kansas Tornado2019 Sedgwick County, Kansas Tornado2019 Goddard, Kansas Tornado; 2019 Sedgwick, Kansas Tornado; '2019 Bentley, Kansas Tornado; '2019 Coleman, Kansas Tornado; and '2019 Paxton, Kansas Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 8 4 1 1 19 1 34


A catastrophic outbreak occurred from March 17 through March 19, causing 20 violent tornadoes, all of which were killers. In all, 198 people were killed, over 3,270 were injured, and $12.65 billion (2019 USD) in damages.

After a low pressure system, along with the jet stream, set up a perfect situation for a catastrophic outbreak. Kansas and Arkansas each saw violent tornadoes, and the St. Louis Metro Area was hammered with multiple EF4's.

March 22 (Canada)

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 3 1 0 0 0 0 4


Multiple EF0's and EF1's were reported near London, Ontario as many strong thunderstorms moved through the areas. Multiple homes sustained major roof damage from the lone EF1 and a man was seriously injured as his mobile home was overturned by the fierce winds.

April

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
EF0
Confirmed
EF1
Confirmed
EF2
Confirmed
EF3
Confirmed
EF4
Confirmed
EF5
552 220 200 87 46 9 1


There was 546 reports in April with 552 tornadoes being confirmed. This is the second most-active April on record, behind 2011.

Main Article: List of U.S. Tornadoes from March to April 2019

March 31 - April 9

Main Articles: Tornado Outbreak Sequence of March 31 - April 9, 20192019 Silver Creek, Mississippi Tornado2019 Blakely, Alabama Tornado; and 2019 Key West, Florida Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 138 118 47 35 7 2 347


For 10 days, a big and destructive outbreak occurred in the United States. In all, 347 tornadoes touched down in over two dozen states. 365 people were killed and $20.7 billion (2019 USD) in damages occurred.

An EF5 near Silver Creek, Mississippi on Day 1 of the sequence killed 7. In addition, another EF5 that struck Key West, Florida killed 47 people. Another 7 EF4's caused incredible damage in multiple states.

April 11 (China)

Main Article: 2019 Yeuyang, China Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1


On April 11, a violent, mid-range, EF4-rated tornado hit Yeuyang. In all, 65 deaths occurred, 2,347 injuries also occurred, along with $200 million in damages.

The worst damage occurred in a small village as the tornado swept away every single structure in the village. Most deaths and injuries occurred at a well-built restaurant in the village that was leveled.

April 13-16

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 40 49 24 7 2 0 122


Main Articles: Tornado Outbreak of April 13-16, 20192019 Carl Junction, Missouri Tornado and 2019 Golden City, Missouri Tornado

After areas of low pressure, along with moderate wind shear set a boundary for severe thunderstorms and a 20% chance for tornadoes.

With lower activity on the 13th, severe activity occurred on both the 14th and 15th, with an EF4 occurring on both days, including a mid-range EF4 in Golden City, Missouri that killed 8 on the 15th. A couple EF3's occurred on the 14th, 15th, and 16th.

In all, 20 deaths occurred, along with $800 million (2019 USD) in damages.


April 19

FU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 24 14 8 2 0 0 48


Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of April 19, 2019

On April 19, severe and scattered thunderstorms that formed a monstrous supercell that formed dozens of tornadoes, including multiple EF3's in and around Mayflower, Arkansas that killed all 11 people during the outbreak. Most of the tornadoes occurred south of Mayflower. In all, 11 died and $560 million (2019 USD) in damages occurred.

May

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
EF0
Confirmed
EF1
Confirmed
EF2
Confirmed
EF3
Confirmed
EF4
Confirmed
EF5
882 251 308 151 106 51 15


There was 864 reports of tornadoes in May, with 882 being confirmed.

May 3

FU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 34 29 17 10 5 3 98


Main Articles: Tornado Outbreak of May 3, 2019; 2019 Harper, Kansas Tornado; 2019 Sand Springs, Oklahoma Tornado; 2019 Spiro, Oklahoma Tornado and 2019 Vinita, Oklahoma Tornado

On the morning of May 3, 2019, a high risk was issued for much of Oklahoma and Southern Kansas as a storm that developed from an area of low pressure, brought on by dry and wet moisture, was evident to form some very strong supercells. A total of 8 EF4/EF5 tornadoes touched down, including 3 EF5's, all in Oklahoma. The most destructive EF5 struck Spiro, Oklahoma, killing 94 people, injuring another 561, and causing $3.46 billion (2019 USD) in damages. Some argue that is was an EF4, but the final rating was an EF5.

In all, the outbreak caused 408 deaths, along with 3,231 injuries, and $16.35 billion (2019 USD) in damages.

May 7

Main Article: 2019 Salt Lake City, Utah Tornado

FU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 2 1 0 0 1 0 4


A small tornado family wreaked havoc on the city of Salt Lake City. While the first two tornadoes were brief and weak EF0's, the third tornado stayed on the ground for just over 20 miles. This tornado caused EF4 damage to hundreds of homes along it's path and killed 32 people, becoming Utah's deadliest tornado ever. The last tornado was an EF1 satellite that caused moderate to major roof damage to many homes.

In all, 32 people died, 764 people were injured, and $2.34 billion (2019 USD) in damages was done.


May 9-11

FU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 27 33 16 8 4 0 88


Main Articles: Tornado Outbreak of May 9-11, 2019 and 2019 Snyder, Oklahoma Tornado

On the morning of May 9, an outbreak that would last a few days was expected after a low pressure collided with a boundary of a very moist frontal system. A total of 88 tornadoes touched down during the outbreak between May 9 and May 11. The strongest, deadliest, and most destructive tornado of the outbreak struck areas just north of Snyder, Oklahoma, where 20 were killed, along with 111 injuries, and $900 million (2019 USD) in damages.

In all, 42 people were killed, along with over 600 injuries, and $1.8 billion (2019 USD) in damages.

May 13-17

FU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 104 131 55 36 6 1 333


Main Articles: Tornado Outbreak of May 13-17, 2019; 2019 Sterling, Kansas Tornado; 2019 Vian, Oklahoma Tornado; 2019 Hesston, Kansas Tornado and 2019 Lenexa, Kansas Tornado

On May 13 a multi-day violent outbreak was suspected to occur as a low frontal system collided with three separate components: a low pressure system, a boundary that exploded from storm in Missouri on the 12, and a disturbance from the Atlantic. A large, high-end EF4 struck Sterling, Kansas in the Wichita metro area, where 61 people were killed. On the 15th, the longest tracked tornado ever struck areas from Eastern Oklahoma all the way northwest to Woodward in Northwestern Oklahoma. 175 people were killed from the lone EF5 from the outbreak. In addition, two separate high-end EF4's caused destruction in Hesston and Lenexa, Kansas. The Hesston EF4 killed 14, while the Lenexa EF4 killed 28.

In all, 641 people were killed, along with over 10,000 injuries, and $38 billilon (2019 USD) in damages.

May 20

Main Articles: 2019 Super OutbreakList of tornadoes in the May 20, 2019 Super Outbreak2019 Guymon, Oklahoma Tornado2019 Wichita-Andover, Kansas Tornado2019 Weatherford, Oklahoma Tornado2019 Big Spring, Texas Tornado2019 Bethany-Edmond, Oklahoma Tornado2019 Ardmore, Oklahoma Tornado2019 Snyder, Texas Tornado2019 Chickasha, Oklahoma Tornado2019 Sayre-Elk City, Oklahoma Tornado2019 Ada, Oklahoma Tornado2019 Mustang-Bethany, Oklahoma Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 17 57 43 42 31 10 200


On May 12, 2019, the National Weather Service (NWS) began to monitor the development of possible severe weather as a low pressure system that formed over the Rockies was expected to collide with warm and dry air, along with the cool air from the Rockies to form an outbreak, with a Moderate Risk being issued on May 18. On the morning of May 20, a high risk was issued for Central Oklahoma and a portion of the Texas Panhandle. By the afternoon, the chance for strong tornadoes in a 25 mile radius was issued at 45%, the first instance since May 31, 2018, when a severe outbreak impacted Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas.

05202019Day1Outlook

The Day 1 Convective Outlook for May 20, 2019.

Due to fatalities occurring because of tornadoes hitting schools when in session, many of Oklahoma and Texas counties closed schools for May 20. The first violent tornado of the outbreak touched down at 7:05 AM southeast of Goodwill, Oklahoma before going onto striking the town of Guymon, Oklahoma, causing 11 deaths, 26 injuries, and ~$700 million (2019 USD) in damage, while causing low-end EF4 damage along it's nearly 34 mile-path. After a quiet morning after the low-end EF4 that Guymon, supercells over northwestern Texas, Central Oklahoma, and southern Kansas fired up, the risk for violent tornadoes imminent in the area was high. A tornado emergency was issued as an EF3 tornado struck Wichita, Kansas, killing 9 and injuring 46. Another tornado emergency was issued for Wichita as a tornado trailing the EF3 grew in a monster wedge tornado, striking areas in south Wichita before striking Andover, which was in recovery from a monster EF5 that struck the city on May 4, 2018, the last day of the historic 2018 Super Outbreak. In all, the mid-range EF4 packing winds of 180 mph killed 23 and injured 46, while causing $980 million in damage along it's 32 mile-long path.

Between the Guymon, Oklahoma and the Wichita-Andover, Kansas tornadoes, tornado emergencies were also issued for Hesston and Marion, Kansas, Stead, New Mexico, Welch and Fort Cobb, Oklahoma, and Stratford and Grandfield, Texas as many EF3 and EF4 tornadoes caused severe to devastating damage near and around these areas. Stafford, Kansas and Lawton, Oklahoma were also issued tornado emergencies, as two tornadoes, an EF4 and an EF3 struck those two place respectively. A tornado emergency was then issued for Weatherford, Oklahoma as a large stovepipe, rated mid-range EF4 packing winds of 180 mph was on track to strike the city. In all, 10 people were killed, along with 31 injuries, and $220 million in damage was caused along a 17 and a half mile long track. A tornado emergency was then issued for Big Spring, Texas as a high-end EF4 wedge tornado was tracking toward the town that was in the middle of Lubbock, Abilene, Midland, and San Angelo, Texas. In all, 27 people were killed, along with 58 injuries, and $450 million in damages along a 73 mile-long path. Before the Big Spring, Texas high-end EF4 tornado, the first 2 EF5's of the outbreak occurred, with the first occurring in Kansas and the second in Texas. The first EF5, that struck South Haven, Kansas, caused severe ground scouring, with the stripping of asphalt, and completely sweeping away two well-built anchor bolted homes, killing 1 person in that area. The other EF5 struck Lake Kiowa, Texas, where another wedge swept away multiple well-built anchor bolted homes, where the 2 fatalities occurred. In addition to the Big Spring, Texas EF4, the South Haven, Kansas EF5, the Lake Kiowa, Texas EF5, the Tuttle and Healdton, Oklahoma EF4's, the Toronto, Kansas EF4, the Piqua, Kansas EF3, the Miami, Texas EF3 and the Shamrock, Texas EF4 all had tornado emergencies issued for them due to the large and powerful tornadoes entering populated rural areas.

The deadliest and most powerful tornado of the Super Outbreak touched down near Mustang, Oklahoma. The worst damage occurred near Bethany and Edmond, Oklahoma, where 45 deaths, 137 injuries, and $1.3 billion in damage occurred along a 37 mile long path. A tornado emergency was issued for these areas as the EF5 packing 245 mph winds was threatening millions of peoples lives. Before the next most serious tornado, tornado emergencies were issued for Wellington, Mocane, and Wheeler, Oklahoma. Wellington and Mocane, Oklahoma were struck by EF4's. In Wellington, 2 were killed and 24 were injured. Meanwhile in Mocane, 9 were killed and 36 were injured by the separate EF4's that struck the towns. The EF5 that caused a tornado emergency for Wheeler, Oklahoma luckily killed none, but 16 were injured. A tornado emergency was issued for Ardmore, Oklahoma as a powerful high-end EF3 wedge tornado was causing serious damage next to the city. In all, the Ardmore high-end EF3 that had winds of 165 mph killed 12 people, injured 21 people, and caused $230 million in damage. A tornado emergency was issued for Manchester, Oklahoma as a large-wedge EF3 was quickly moving to that area, luckily causing no fatalities and no injuries. A large EF4 near Arnett, Oklahoma caused devastating damage and prompting a tornado emergency. The Arnett EF4 killed 1 person and injured 22. A EF4 near Enid, Oklahoma killed 13 and injured 45, prompting a tornado emergency. The 4th EF5 of the outbreak and the second in Oklahoma caused only 16 injuries near Roll. A tornado emergency caused 11 deaths and 29 injuries near Snyder, Texas as a high-end large wedge EF4 was on the ground near Snyder. The 5th EF5 of the outbreak and the 3rd in Oklahoma killed 1 and injured 27 near Clinton. Two EF4's near Chickasha and Elk City, Oklahoma both killed 16, with the Chickasha EF4 injuring 50 and the Elk City EF4 injuring 69. Both EF4's prompted tornado emergencies.

An EF4 near Rotan, Texas that prompted an EF4 killed 1 and injured 15. An EF5 tornado in south Central Oklahoma struck Ada after dark, killing 28 and injuring 76 and prompting. Another EF4 near Rotan, Texas and an EF4 near Stonewall, Oklahoma caused tornado emergencies as well. Like the first EF4, the second EF4 that struck Rotan, Texas killed 1 and injured 15. The Stonewall EF4 killed none and injured 21. Another EF5 struck Gail, Texas, sweeping away multiple homes, killing none, injuring 15, and causing a tornado emergency. An EF3 near Butler, Oklahoma caused 0 deaths, 3 injuries, and prompted a tornado emergency as well. Another EF5 tornado prompted yet another tornado emergency as the wedge approached Atwood, Oklahoma. In all, 8 people and 56 were injured. A tornado emergency was also issued for an EF4 that approached Mustang, Oklahoma, killing 36 and injuring 90. EF4's near Mayfield and Byars, Oklahoma also caused tornado emergencies. 2 were killed near Mayfield with 39 injuries, while none were killed near Byars, but 34 were injured. An EF4 near Rollin, Kansas killed none, injured 26, and also prompted a tornado emergency. Okeene, Oklahoma was also issued a tornado emergency as an EF4 killed 3 and injured 18. EF3's near Grenola, Kansas and Peacock, Texas killed none. The Grenola EF3 injured 9 and the Peacock EF3 injured 4. Tornado emergencies caused tornado emergencies to be issued. An EF4 struck Blanchard, Oklahoma, a city south-southwest of Oklahoma City that has been struck by multiple violent tornadoes in it's history. A tornado emergency was issued and 8 were killed, along with 39 injuries. Tornado emergencies were also prompted for Knox City, Texas, and Jefferson, Seminole, McLoud, Rollin, Guthrie, Enid, Noble, Kingfisher, and Mooreland, Oklahoma for EF2, EF3, EF4, and EF5 tornadoes. 0 were killed by EF3 tornadoes near Jefferson, Rollin, and Guthrie, Oklahoma, and Knox City, Texas. The Jefferson, Oklahoma EF3 caused 17 injuries, the Knox City, Texas EF3 caused 15 injuries, with the Rollin, Oklahoma EF3 injuring 6, and the Guthrie, Oklahoma EF3 injuring 9. EF4's near Seminole, Enid, and Noble, Oklahoma all also killed none. An EF4 near McLoud, Oklahoma killed 4 and injured 17. The Seminole, Oklahoma EF3 injured 24, with the Enid, Oklahoma EF3 injured 19, and the Noble, Oklahoma EF3 injured 22, An EF2 near Kingfisher, Oklahoma injured 7 and the 10th and last EF5 of the outbreak struck Mooreland, Oklahoma, injuring 31.

By May 22, 2019, over 2,000 reports of storm damage was reported. In all, 200 tornadoes of the outbreak were confirmed across six states: 82 in Oklahoma, 71 in Kansas, 40 in Texas, 3 in Missouri, 3 in New Mexico, and Arkansas, with all 200 being confirmed on May 20, the 6th most all time. By May 24, 334 people were dead across four states: 241 in Oklahoma, 47 in Texas, 44 in Kansas, and 2 in Missouri. Along with the 334 tornadic deaths, 28 deaths were caused by straight-lined winds and flooding. Damage reached $10.2 billion (2019 USD) across the affected states. A total of >3,500 injuries were also caused by the Super Outbreak.

Known as the 2019 Super Outbreak, this is officially the 4th Super Outbreak ever, and the second of three straight years of Super Outbreaks from 2018 to 2020. A total of 61 tornado emergencies were issued during the Super Outbreak, which made up an overwhelming majority of issued tornado emergencies during the 2019 tornado year in the United States.


May 22

Main Article: 2019 Sierra Vista, Arizona Tornado

FU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1


In the early evening hours of May 22, a large and violent, EF5-rated tornado struck Sierra Vista, Arizona. In all, an incredible 10,000 people were killed and 21,895 were injured. At the time, this tornado was the second deadliest ever. Most of the fatalities occurred in three dozen separate communities of well-built homes, where most of the injuries occurred. This is the fifth F5/EF5 in Arizona history and deadliest in the state's history. $900 million (2019 USD) in damages occurred.


May 28

Main Article: May 28, 2019 Tornado Outbreak

FU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 16 23 8 3 2 0 52


A medium sized outbreak occurred on the 28th after a moderate risk was issued for much of Oklahoma and the Texas Panhandle. While 50 of the 52 tornadoes caused mostly minor damage, two separate EF4's in Oklahoma caused all 22 deaths during the outbreaks. The first EF4 killed 18 and injured 95 near Ryan. The second EF4 killed 4 and injured 21 near Cookietown.

In all, the outbreak killed 22, injured 116, and caused $376 million (2019 USD) in damages.


June

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
EF0
Confirmed
EF1
Confirmed
EF2
Confirmed
EF3
Confirmed
EF4
Confirmed
EF5
306 93 108 45 33 25 2


There was 291 reports of tornadoes in June, with 306 being confirmed.

June 4-6

Main Articles: Tornado Outbreak of June 4-6, 20192019 Girvin, Texas Tornado; 2019 Stillwater, Oklahoma Tornado and 2019 Mulhall, Oklahoma Tornado

FU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 31 31 11 5 2 0 80


An outbreak in the days following June 3 was evident as warm and cool air masses were colliding. That night a moderate risk was issued for multiple states in the Midwestern United States. A high risk was issued for the 5th and both EF4's touched down near Girvin, Texas and Mulhall, Oklahoma respectively. The Girvin EF4 caused 6 deaths and 65 deaths, along with $668 million (2019 USD) in damages. The Mulhall EF4 caused 29 deaths, 97 injuries, and $975 million (2019 USD) in damages.

In all, this outbreak caused 46 deaths, over 200 injuries, and $2.4 billion (2019 USD) in damages.


June 13-19

Main Articles: Tornado Outbreak Sequence of June 13-19, 2019; 2019 Parshall, North Dakota Tornado and 2019 Bridge Creek-Moore, Oklahoma Tornado

FU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 67 73 33 28 21 2 224


A storm that developed over the Pacific strengthened as it approached the West coast. As the storm was shifting over Canada, meteorologists predicted a shift towards the Dakotas and then down into the Plains. Severe thunderstorms along with golf ball-sized hail dropped and tornadoes were confirmed in Eastern Montana, and the Dakotas. As the storm strengthened, an EF5, with 205 mph winds, killed 2, and injured many more near Parshall, North Dakota.

On day 2, the storm shift southeast a little, causing up to a dozen EF4's, and over 2 dozen EF2 and EF3 tornadoes. Hail, measured up to 7 inches in circumference was recorded in multiple states. Isolated thunderstorms, along with tornadoes, caused multiple deaths. A few people were also killed by straight-line winds, lighting, and flooding. Snowing, up to 7 inches was also recorded in the Tri-State area. Flooding also played a big factor, with rain up to 6 feet in rural Oklahoma was recorded, as dozens of people and cattle were killed as the flooding was so severe that a state of emergency was declared.

On day 3, the storm shifted a little southeast, causing another day of violent tornadoes. Up to 8 EF4's touched down, and a dozen of EF2's and EF3's touched down, causing death, injury, and damage. Golf-ball sized hail along with strong winds caused power outages to millions of people, with only 107,936 people getting their power back within 24 hours. Dozens of weak tornadoes also touched down in the general area, causing mostly minimal damage. As the second Enhanced Risk issued for 2019, the day saw severe flooding and more indirect deaths for the outbreak. The storm strengthened to it's peak as strong jet streams and warm air masses caused the storm to widen by 20 miles in length.

On day 4, most of the twisters that occurred on the most active day of the sequence occurred in the Plains. An EF5 hit Central Oklahoma, killing 158, making it the strongest, deadliest, and costliest tornado of the sequence. As the EF5 was approaching Oklahoma City, a tornado emergency was declared. Catastrophic damage was recorded along with 324 mph wind speeds. Dozens of other tornadoes were confirmed, including multiple EF4's and dozens of weak tornadoes. The storm started to gradually weaken as cold air masses collided along the stall boundary with warm air masses, causing the storm to weaken by 10%. However, the following day, more violent and deadly tornadoes were expected, but the storm started to shift southeast.

On day 5, dozens more events occurred as the storm was slowly, but gradually weakening, causing severe damage. Less violent tornadoes happened, but damage was still recorded. Severe rainfall along with weak tornadoes caused severe to minimal damage occurred. Dozens of significant tornadoes were also recorded, along with strong jet streams. However, the storm started to weak more as the stall boundary started to break off from the air masses. The storm had a 30% chance to produce a violent tornado for the last 2 days of the sequence.

On day 6 of the sequence, less violent and significant tornadoes occurred, however, death and damage was recorded. As the storm was rapidly dissipating, heavy rainfall occurred, causing dozens of flash floods, straight-line winds, and large portions of hail. Mobile home parks were reduced to destruction. Even though strong tornadoes were recorded, only a few fatalities occurred. The following day had a 15% to produce a violent tornado, however, there was a 40% chance to produce a tornado. The storm continued to weaken before moving out over the Atlantic between June 19 and June 21.

n the last day of the outbreak, mostly minor tornadoes touched down, however, a few significant tornadoes did touchdown. Another system from the storm did cause a few tornadoes to touch down out West, however, most were weak tornadoes. The storm had only a 5% chance of producing a violent tornado and a 20% chance of producing tornadoes. The 19th was the least active, least eventful, least deadliest, and least costliest day of the tornado outbreak sequence. Flash flooding along with huge sized hail was still present as the eye of the storm passed over New York City. A few tornadoes were reported in the vicinity of the city, all were confirmed and they were either rated EF0 or EF1. By the time the storm weakened, the nation was shocked by the flooding, rain, and damage caused by the shocking event. The storm finally dissipated over the Atlantic between June 20 and 21.

In all, 224 tornadoes were confirmed during the tornado outbreak sequence. There were 461 tornadic deaths overall, with over 20,000 injuries, and around $31.1 billion (2019 USD) in damages.


June 24-27

Main Articles: Tornado Outbreak of June 24-27, 2019; '2019 Washington, Illinois Tornado'; and 2019 Rochelle, Illinois Tornado

FU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 39 42 14 6 2 0 103


On the morning on June 24, a low frontal system was noted, along with a disturbance that formed in the Atlantic 2 weeks prior and moved into the northern Dixie Alley area. In all, over a 4 day period, just over 100 tornadoes touched down, including multiple violent tornadoes on the 25th. The first EF4 touched down in rural Tazewell County, Illinois before tracking into Washington, killing 46 and injuring 191. Another EF4 struck Rochelle, Illinois, killing 45 and injuring 162.

In all, 124 people were killed, along with over 1,000 injuries, and $3.3 billion (2019 USD) in damages.


July

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
EF0
Confirmed
EF1
Confirmed
EF2
Confirmed
EF3
Confirmed
EF4
Confirmed
EF5
108 41 46 15 5 1 0


There was 105 reports of tornadoes in July, with 108 being confirmed.

July 8-9

FU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 22 26 10 2 0 0 60

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of July 8-9, 2019 and 2019 Pinson, Tennessee Tornado

On the morning of July 8, a multi-day outbreak was expected as a low frontal system with low pressure exploded over parts of Dixie Alley. On the 9th, the both of the strongest tornadoes of the outbreak, two separate EF3's touched down. The first EF3 touched down near Pinson, Tennessee, where 6 people were killed and 31 were injured. The other EF3 impacted parts of Hopkinsville, Kentucky, killing 3 and injuring 19.

In all, 9 people were injured, along with over 100 injuries, and $$285 million (2019 USD) in damages.


July 24

FU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 4 4 1 1 1 0 11

Main Articles: 2019 Vicksburg, Mississippi Tornado FamilyList of Tornadoes in the 2019 Vicksburg, Mississippi Tornado Family2019 West Vicksburg, Mississippi Tornado; and 2019 Vicksburg, Mississippi Tornado

On the morning of the 24th, a small outbreak was forecasted to occur as a disturbance in the Atlantic collided with a boundary, allowing a supercell to form. All tornadoes of the tornado family struck Vicksburg, including the deadliest, a low-end EF4 that killed 14 and injured 34.

In all, 20 people were killed, along with over 100 injured, and $1 billion (2019 USD) in damages.


August

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
EF0
Confirmed
EF1
Confirmed
EF2
Confirmed
EF3
Confirmed
EF4
Confirmed
EF5
97 38 42 16 1 0 0


There was 96 reports of tornadoes in August, with 97 being confirmed.

August 16 (Canada)

FU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 5 7 2 1 0 0 15


In the late-afternoon hours of August 16, a lone thunderstorm developed in southern Saskatchewan. This thunderstorm developed into a tornado warned supercell. The first of 15 tornadoes touched down a mile west of Eastend.

While 80% of the tornadoes that touched down in Saskatchewan were either EF0 or EF1, 2 EF2's touched down near Vidora and Consul, each causing significant damage to multiple farms. Out of this small family, the only deadly tornado was also the strongest tornado, which was an EF3 near Nashlyn caused severe damage to multiple homes and farms. In all, 3 people died, 19 people were injured, and $4 million (2019 USD) in damages occurred.


August 29 (Canada)

FU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 3 6 1 0 0 0 10


Like 13 days ago, a lone thunderstorm developed this time in Manitoba and had the chance of spawning of a couple of tornadoes. In all, 10 tornadoes touched down, with 9 of them being either an EF0 or an EF1. The strongest tornado of the small family, an EF2, caused significant damage to multiple homes, killing 1 and injuring 4. Another $2 million (2019 USD) in damages occurred.


September

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
EF0
Confirmed
EF1
Confirmed
EF2
Confirmed
EF3
Confirmed
EF4
Confirmed
EF5
150 53 89 6 2 0 0


There was 143 reports of tornadoes in September, with 150 being confirmed.

September 18 (Canada)

FU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 2 6 1 0 0 0 9


Another round of strong thunderstorms strolled through Windsor, causing straight line winds up to 75 mph (120 km/h). 9 confirmed tornadoes touched down as well. 2 separate EF0's caused minor damage in south Windsor. Another 6 EF1's touched down, all east of Windsor. The strongest and only deadly tornado of the Windsor tornado family touched down southwest of Windsor. Causing 9 deaths, multiple structures were significantly damaged and a dozen mobile homes were destroyed. Another 27 were injured and $35 million (2019 USD) in damages.

October

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
EF0
Confirmed
EF1
Confirmed
EF2
Confirmed
EF3
Confirmed
EF4
Confirmed
EF5
55 22 28 4 1 0 0


There was 53 reports of tornadoes in October, with 55 being confirmed.

October 4 (Germany)

FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 4 7 2 1 0 0 14


A round of thunderstorms moved through Waidhofen, spawning 14 separate tornadoes, including a deadly F3. 4 F0's touched down, causing no damage. A further 7 F1's also touched down, also causing minimal damage. 2 different F2's both caused significant damage to multiple farms, each killing 2.

The most severe tornado was an F3 that touched down near the Hinterkaifeck farm. F3 damage occurred to multiple farms, killing 6. In all, 10 people were killed, along with 61 injuries, and $50 million (2019 USD) in damages.

October 31 (Brazil)

FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 3 3 0 1 0 0 7


A round of severe thunderstorms rolled through Brazil, spawning 7 tornadoes. 3 F0's touched down, causing little damage. 3 additional F1's touched down. The first F1 partially ripped off a roof. The second F1 ripped a roof off a barn. The third and last F1 overturned a mobile home. The strongest and only deadly tornado caused severe damage to multiple homes. 5 were killed and 16 were injured. Damages reached $15 million (2019 USD) in damages.

November

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
EF0
Confirmed
EF1
Confirmed
EF2
Confirmed
EF3
Confirmed
EF4
Confirmed
EF5
70 28 36 6 0 0 0


There was 67 reports of tornadoes in November, with 70 being confirmed.

November 24 (Tanzania)

Main Article: 2019 Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania Tornado

FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 2 0 0 0 1 0 3


A group of severe, scattered thunderstorms spawned 3 tornadoes on the island of Zanzibar. 2 separate F0's caused little damage before a destructive tornado touched down. A stovepipe F4 caused 28 deaths and more than 600 injuries. Most of the deaths and injuries came at a vigil for Freddie Mercury on the 28th anniversary of his death.

In all, 28 people were killed, along with over 600 injuries, and $1 billion (2019 USD) in damages.

December

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
EF0
Confirmed
EF1
Confirmed
EF2
Confirmed
EF3
Confirmed
EF4
Confirmed
EF5
36 12 19 3 2 0 0


There was 34 reports of tornadoes in December, with 36 being confirmed.

December 18 (Somalia)

Main Article: 2019 Mogadishu, Somalia Tornado

FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 2 1 0 0 1 0 4


A scattered thunderstorm spawned multiple tornadoes in Mogadishu. The first two tornadoes that touched down were both F0. Little damage occurred. A high-end F1 caused slight damage in southern Mogadishu. The only deadly tornado of this small family was a destructive F4 that caused 81 deaths, 893 injuries, and $600 million (2019 USD) in damages.


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