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Tornadoes of 2020 (Casey)
The Kingfisher, Oklahoma EF5 on May 1.
Season 2020 Tornado Season
Timespan January 1-December 31
Maximum rated tornado TBD
Dates of maximum rating TBD
Tornadoes 24,773
Damage >~$362.2 billion (2020 USD)
Fatalities ~364,248 (record high)

The Tornadoes of 2020 (Casey) was a deadly and catastrophic tornado season. The total number of tornadoes reports were 24,683, but a total of 24,773 tornadoes were confirmed, the number of deaths with a record ~364,248 and an estimated additional record >~1,533,000+ injuries, and the total of >~$362.2 billion (2020 USD) in damages.

Note: This tornado season is currently under construction. And uh, 2020 is 2020, so yes, it is dramatically overboard, but that's life, we must deal with it.

There was a record 364,248 tornadic deaths: all in the United States. The U.S. state of Texas recorded 1,511 tornadoes in 2020, the most out of any U.S. state. Deaths for 2/16-2/17, 2/19-2/21. 2/22-2/24, 2/26-2/27, and all of March and April not counted. Tornado count for all of March and April not counted.


Contents

Synopsis

Worldwide Total

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
EF0
Confirmed
EF1
Confirmed
EF2
Confirmed
EF3
Confirmed
EF4
Confirmed
EF5
24,773 8,827 10,537 3,316 1,467 563 63


There were 24,683 reports of tornadoes worldwide, with 24,773 being confirmed.

United States

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
EF0
Confirmed
EF1
Confirmed
EF2
Confirmed
EF3
Confirmed
EF4
Confirmed
EF5
24,773 8,827 10,537 3,316 1,467 563 63


There were 24,683 reports of tornadoes in the United States, with 24,773 being confirmed.

Tornadoes by Country

Country Number of Tornadoes
United States 24,773

Tornadoes by State

State Number of Tornadoes
Texas 1,511
Colorado 1,489
Oklahoma 1,371
Maryland 1,179
Virginia 1,051
Kansas 1,048
Iowa 936
Alabama 856
West Virginia 843
Pennsylvania 800
Illinois 783
Ohio 783
Missouri 771
Arkansas 765
Indiana 708
Georgia 704
Nebraska 672
California 663
Louisiana 645
Kentucky 635
Nevada 615
Arizona 556
Wisconsin 550
Mississippi 493
Wyoming 470
New Jersey 463
Oregon 445
Minnesota 371
New Mexico 362
Delaware 353
Michigan 316
North Dakota 233
South Dakota 203
Florida 176
South Carolina 162
North Carolina 156
Massachusetts 124
District of Columbia 104
New York 95
Tennessee 95
Connecticut 65
Rhode Island 54
Vermont 51
New Hampshire 33
Maine 15
Total: 24,773

Events

January

Main Article: List of United States tornadoes from January to February 2020

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
EF0
Confirmed
EF1
Confirmed
EF2
Confirmed
EF3
Confirmed
EF4
Confirmed
EF5
6,075 2,282 2,557 771 323 128 14


In January, a total of 6,015 tornadoes were reported, with 6,075 being confirmed. A large outbreak started the year from the 3-6, where 716 tornadoes touched down, killing over 260. Another outbreak occurred from the 10-14, with 1,360 confirmed tornadoes and over 2,400 deaths. Yet another large outbreak occurred from the 26-28, where 248 tornadoes touched down, including 29 violent tornadoes. This January was the most active January on record, beating out the 2018 season by a total of 2,126 confirmed tornadoes.

January 3-6

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of January 3-6, 2020; 2020 Palisade, Nebraska Tornado; 2020 Wallace, Kansas Tornado; 2020 Garden City, Kansas Tornado; 2020 Ensign, Kansas Tornado; and 2020 Coalgate, Oklahoma Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 311 269 100 31 5 0 716
Deaths: 267 Injuries: 3,374

A historic, large-scale tornado outbreak started off the year. A total of 716 tornadoes were confirmed across a almost 114 hour timespan.

On the 3rd, 73 tornadoes were confirmed, with most occurring in Colorado or Nebraska. A large wedge EF3 struck Palisade, Nebraska, where 28 were killed, along with 387 injuries, and $1.1 billion in damage. EF2's in Lamar and Imperial, Nebraska both killed 4. An EF3 near Brandon, Nebraska killed 1. 27 EF0's were confirmed on the 3rd with 24 in Colorado and 3 in Nebraska. 23 EF1's were confirmed on the 3rd, with 14 in Colorado, 8 in Nebraska, and 1 in Kansas. 18 EF2's were confirmed on the 3rd, with 11 in Colorado, 6 in Nebraska, and 1 in Kansas. 5 EF3's were confirmed on the 3rd, with 2 in Kansas, 2 in Nebraska, and 1 in Colorado.

On the 4th, most of the activity was at night, where a large wedge EF4 tornado caused 51 deaths, 672 injuries, and $1.8 billion in damage in Wallace, Kansas. A satellite EF3 to the Wallace EF4 killed 2 in Wallace. A large EF4 struck Ulysses, Kansas, where 5 were killed, and a satellite EF2 killed 1. A total of 214 tornadoes were confirmed on the 4th, including 77 EF0's, including 44 in Colorado, 22 in Kansas, and 11 in Oklahoma; 131 EF1's, including 58 in Colorado, 49 in Kansas, and 24 in Oklahoma; 28 EF2's, including 17 in Kansas, 7 in Oklahoma, and 4 in Colorado; 11 EF3's, including 7 in Kansas, 3 in Oklahoma, and 1 in Colorado; and 2 EF4's, both in Kansas.

On the 5th, a total of 174 tornadoes were confirmed. An EF4 struck Garden City, Kansas, where 68 people were killed, along with 592 injuries, and $2.1 billion in damage. Another EF4 was confirmed in western Kansas, where a large EF4 struck Ensign, killing 37, injuring 485, and causing $1.3 billion in damage. Several other tornadoes were also fatal. A large EF3 struck Sharon, Oklahoma, where 5 people were killed. Another EF3 struck western Woodward, Oklahoma, where 16 people were killed. A large EF2 struck Jetmore, Kansas, where 3 were killed. Another EF3 struck Jetmore, where a total of 8 were killed. An EF3 struck Coldwater, Texas, where 4 people were killed. A total of 159 EF0's were confirmed, including 47 in Kansas, 39 in Colorado, 30 in Texas, 21 in Nebraska, 9 in Missouri, 8 in Arkansas, and 5 in New Mexico. A total of 52 EF1's were confirmed, including 26 in Kansas, 13 in Colorado, 9 in Texas, and 4 in Nebraska. A total of 22 EF2's were confirmed, including 16 in Kansas, 5 in Oklahoma, and 1 in Colorado. 7 EF3's were confirmed, including 4 in Kansas, 2 in Oklahoma, and 1 in Texas. 3 EF4's were confirmed, all three in Kansas.

On the 4th day of the outbreak, the 6th, saw activity only in western Texas and mostly Western Oklahoma. A total of 151 tornadoes were confirmed. A large wedge EF3 devastated Coalgate, Oklahoma, killing 21, injuring 345, and causing $1 billion in damage. Another large EF3 struck Grant, Oklahoma, killing 4, and another large EF3 was spotted in McQueen, Oklahoma, where 2 were killed. Several other large EF3's were recorded, with several in Roberts County, Texas being deadly. A large EF3 moved just east of Miami, where 2 were killed and another EF3 struck several homes south of Miami, killing 1. A total of 48 EF0's were confirmed, with 28 in Oklahoma and 20 in Texas; 63 EF1's were confirmed, with 37 in Texas and 26 in Oklahoma; 32 EF2's were confirmed, with 18 in Oklahoma and 14 in Texas; 8 EF3's were confirmed with 4 each in Oklahoma and Texas.

A total of 267 tornadic-related deaths occurred as a result of the outbreak, with 175 in Kansas alone, along with 48 in Oklahoma , 37 in Nebraska, and 7 in Texas. In addition, over 700 tornado reports were filed as a result of the outbreak, with 716 tornadoes total being confirmed with 210 in Colorado alone, followed by 197 in Kansas, 128 in Oklahoma , 115 in Texas, 44 in Nebraska, 9 in Missouri, 8 in Arkansas, and 5 in New Mexico.

Governors Pete Ricketts of Nebraska, Laura Kelly of Kansas, and Kevin Stitt of Oklahoma all declared states of emergencies and President Donald J. Trump immediately granted their requests, and additional aid was sent to Kansas due to the particular devastation in the state.


January 10-14

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of January 10-14, 2020; 2020 Reform, Alabama Tornado; 2020 Burkville-Montgomery, Alabama Tornado; 2020 Bullock County, Alabama Tornado; 2020 Gadsden, Alabama Tornado; 2020 Piedmont, Alabama Tornado; 2020 Vincent, Alabama Tornado; 2020 Delta, Alabama Tornado; 2020 Cox, Florida Tornado; 2020 White, Georgia Tornado; 2020 Plains, Georgia Tornado; 2020 Dexter, Georgia Tornado; 2020 Forest Acres, South Carolina Tornado; 2020 Kannapolis North Carolina Tornado; 2020 Statesville, North Carolina Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 389 476 259 150 77 9 1,360
Deaths: 2,444 Injuries: 12,731


January 17-24

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak Sequence of January 17-24, 2020; 2020 Fowlerton, Indiana Tornado and 2020 Speedway, Indiana Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 1,091 1,209 196 26 1 0 2,523
Deaths: 147 Injuries: 1,073


On the 17th, activity occurred in the Dakotas, with mostly EF0 and EF1 tornadoes being reported. A large EF2 was seen on the ground near Ashton, South Dakota, where 3 people were killed. A thin EF0 tornado was observed in downtown Fargo, North Dakota, where several businesses suffered minor damage. In all, 98 tornadoes were confirmed on the 17th, with 47 EF0 tornadoes being reported, with 26 in South Dakota and 21 in North Dakota. A total of 47 EF1 tornadoes were reported, with 30 in South Dakota and 17 in North Dakota. There was also 4 EF2 tornadoes confirmed, with 3 in South Dakota a and 1 in North Dakota.

Activity on the 18th was very active, however, the tornadoes were mostly weak tornadoes like the ones on the 17th. Several EF0 and EF1 tornadoes were confirmed in the Bismarck, North Dakota, Fargo, North Dakota, Rapid City, South Dakota, Des Moines, Iowa, and Omaha, Nebraska metro areas. In addition, dozens of EF2 tornadoes were confirmed across the upper Great Plains. An EF3 tornado was confirmed in Solen, North Dakota killed 8. There were also several storms that produced tornadoes in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, and Missouri. A total of 382 tornadoes were confirmed on the 18th, with 158 EF0's being confirmed, with 45 in Iowa, 27 in North Dakota, 25 in South Dakota, 23 in Nebraska, 11 in Minnesota, 10 in Wisconsin and Illinois, and 7 in Missouri. In addition, 190 EF1 tornadoes were confirmed, with 53 in Iowa, 30 in North Dakota, 26 in South Dakota, 25 in Nebraska, 16 in Minnesota, 15 in Wisconsin , 13 in Illinois, and 12 in Missouri. There were also 33 confirmed EF2 tornadoes, with 19 in North Dakota, 10 in Iowa, 3 in South Dakota, and 1 in Nebraska. The sole EF3 on the 18th occurred in North Dakota.

On the 19th, only EF0 and EF1 tornadoes touched down, all of them in Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. In all, 326 tornadoes touched down, including 144 EF0 tornadoes, with 46 in Minnesota, 44 in Wisconsin, 36 in Iowa, and 18 in Illinois. In addition, 182 EF1 tornadoes were confirmed, with 52 in Minnesota, 51 in Wisconsin, 46 in Iowa, and 33 in Illinois

On the 20th, activity was shifted to the east, with activity mostly in Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky, but a couple of tornadoes touched down in Kansas, Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Tennessee, and Arkansas. Much like the previous two days, most of the very active activity on the 20th were weak tornadoes, with most EF0's being brief touchdowns. Several tornado warnings were issued however, for the St. Louis metro area because of the storm. A large EF3 was confirmed in Ferguson, Missouri, causing a tornado emergency and where 9 people were killed. Numerous other EF3's spawned on the 20th, with the only other deadly tornado being the Gerald, Missouri tornado that killed 4. In all, 393 tornadoes were confirmed on the 20th, with 156 EF0 tornadoes being confirmed, with 46 in Missouri, 24 in Illinois, 22 in Kentucky, 20 in Indiana, 11 in Iowa, 9 in Minnesota, 8 in Wisconsin, 6 in Michigan, 4 in Kansas, and 3 in Tennessee and Arkansas. A total of 194 EF1 tornadoes were confirmed on the 20th, with 49 in Missouri, 27 in Illinois, 26 in Kentucky, 25 in Indiana, 17 in Iowa, 13 in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Tennessee, 8 in Michigan, 2 in Arkansas, and 1 in Kansas. A total of 35 EF2 tornadoes were confirmed on the 20th, with 18 in Missouri, 9 in Illinois, 5 in Indiana, 2 in Kentucky, and 1 in Iowa. A total of 8 EF3 tornadoes were confirmed on the 20th, with 6 in Missouri and 2 in Illinois.

The activity once again shifted east, this time northeast into central Illinois and Indiana for the 21st. Once again, most of the tornadoes on the 21st were weak tornadoes, falling into the EF0 or EF1 range, although, the lone EF4 of the sequence occurred on the 21st. Tornado warnings were issued for the following metro areas on the 21st: Champaign, Illinois, Chicago, Indianapolis, and South Bend, Indiana. A large tornado caused a tornado emergency for Fowlerton, Indiana. A total of 28 people were killed in Fowlerton alone. However, rural areas west, east, and northeast of Fowlerton were also devastated. A total of 52 other people were killed from the high-end EF4. In all, 80 people were killed, 343 were injured, and an estimated $1.4 billion in damage occurred from the high-end EF4. Another tornado emergency was issued for Speedway, Indiana near Indianapolis as a large high-end EF3 tornado struck densely populated areas. Parts of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway were damaged. In all, 31 people were killed from the EF3, along with 455 injuries, and $2.6 billion in damage. The only other deadly tornado on the 21st was a large EF3 near Cuba, Indiana that killed 4. In all, 428 tornadoes were confirmed on the 21st, with 160 EF0 tornadoes, including 102 in Indiana and 58 in Illinois. In addition, 182 EF1 tornadoes were confirmed, with 116 in Indiana and 66 in Illinois. A total of 69 EF2 tornadoes were confirmed, with 41 in Indiana and 28 in Illinois, a total of 16 EF3 tornadoes were confirmed, with 11 in Indiana and 5 in Illinois, and 1 EF4 tornado was confirmed, with it being in Indiana.

As such with the two previous days, the activity yet again shifted east, with activity in Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio, but, also like the two previous days, saw very few strong tornadoes. The Grand Rapids, Michigan and Cincinnati, Ohio metro areas both saw tornado warnings from the storms. Several EF0 tornadoes were seen tracking in metro Cincinnati. A large EF3 was spotted near St. Henry, Ohio, where 6 people were killed. Several EF2 tornadoes were spawned from this supercell in far western Ohio. In all, 225 tornadoes were confirmed on the 22nd, with 90 EF0 tornadoes, including 47 in Ohio, 28 in Michigan, and 15 in Indiana. In addition, there was 103 EF1 tornadoes confirmed, with 51 in Ohio, 31 in Michigan, and 21 in Indiana. There was also 31 EF2 tornadoes confirmed, with 26 in Ohio and 5 in Indiana, and there was 1 EF3 in Ohio.

Yet again, activity shifted east. with activity in Ohio, Kentucky, West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, the District of Columbia, and Pennsylvania. No tornadoes on the 23rd or 24th were stronger than an EF2. The activity was still there however, as there were tornadoes for the Columbus, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Washington, and Baltimore metro areas. A EF0 was spotted forming on the banks of the Potomac River in the District of Columbia. Several EF2 tornadoes were confirmed in Pennsylvania, with a family of 5 EF2's touching down near Shanksville. A total of 359 tornadoes were confirmed on the 23rd, including 157 EF0 tornadoes, with 41 in Pennsylvania, 38 in West Virginia, 22 in Maryland, 18 in Virginia, 16 in Ohio, 15 in Kentucky, and 7 in the District of Columbia. A total of 178 EF1 tornadoes were also confirmed, with 44 in Pennsylvania, 42 in West Virginia, 26 in Maryland, 24 in Virginia, 20 in Ohio and Kentucky, and 2 in the District of Columbia. A total of 24 EF2's were confirmed on the 23rd, with 18 in Pennsylvania, 5 in West Virginia, and 1 in Virginia.

The activity on the 24th shifted northeast into the most populated area of the country, with touchdowns confirmed in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Maine. Tornado warnings were also issued for the Philadelphia, New York, Hartford, Providence, and Boston metro areas. Like the previous day, most of the activity on the 24th had very weak tornadoes. Several tornadoes were photographed however, in the New York area. Several EF1's struck the western New York metro area, with 3 in Hoboken, New Jersey, 2 in Union City, New Jersey, and 1 in Fort Lee, New Jersey. An EF1 also touched down in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, where 2 people were killed after a tree fell on their house. There were also confirmed tornadoes in extreme northern Vermont and New Hampshire, where several tornadoes came within a mile of the Canadian border. In all, 312 tornadoes were confirmed on the 24th, with 179 confirmed EF0 tornadoes, with 34 in Pennsylvania, 28 in New Jersey, 21 in New York, 20 in Connecticut, Vermont, and Rhode Island, 19 in New Hampshire, 9 in Massachusetts, and 8 in Maine. There was also 133 EF1 tornadoes, with 22 in Pennsylvania, 19 in New Jersey, 18 in New York, 17 in Connecticut, 14 in Vermont and New Hampshire, 11 in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, and 7 in Maine.

There were 147 tornadic-related fatalities from the outbreak, with 115 in Indiana alone. Other death toll figures include 13 in Missouri, 8 in North Dakota, 6 in Ohio, 3 in South Dakota, and 2 in New York. In addition, there was 2,523 confirmed tornadoes, with 362 in Indiana alone. Other confirmed tornado figure include 293 in Illinois, 219 in Iowa, 161 in Ohio, 159 in Pennsylvania, 147 in Minnesota, 141 in Wisconsin, 138 in Missouri, 116 in North Dakota, 113 in South Dakota, 85 in Kentucky and West Virginia, 73 in Michigan, 49 in Nebraska, 48 in Maryland, 47 in New Jersey, 43 in Virginia, 39 in New York, 37 in Connecticut, 34 in Vermont , 33 in New Hampshire, 31 in Rhode Island, 20 in Massachusetts, 16 in Tennessee, 15 in Maine, 9 in the District of Columbia, and 5 in Arkansas and Kansas.

On January 23, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb declared a state emergency and President Donald J. Trump immediately approved aid to Indiana. In addition, Trump approved additional aid to the hard stricken Indiana and aid to Missouri. In all, 147 people were killed by the outbreak, along with 1,073 injuries, and $6.3 billion in damage.


January 26-28

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of January 26-28, 2020; List of tornadoes in the Tornado Outbreak of January 26-28, 2020; 2020 Venus/Cedar Hill, Texas Tornado; 2020 Katy-Cypress-Egypt, Texas Tornado; 2020 Terrell, Texas Tornado; 2020 Tyler-White Oak-Judson, Texas Tornado; 2020 Hot Springs, Arkansas Tornado; 2020 Monroe, Louisiana Tornado; 2020 Lake Providence, Louisiana/Aberdeen, Mississippi Tornado; 2020 Hattiesburg, Mississippi Tornado; 2020 Madison, Alabama Tornado; 2020 Huntsville, Alabama Tornado; 2020 Lawrenceburg/Campbellsville, Tennessee Tornado; 2020 Houston/Amory, Mississippi Tornado; 2020 Montgomery-Franklin-Auburn, Alabama Tornado; 2020 Columbus/Milledgeville, Georgia Tornado; 2020 Chapel Hill/Murfreesboro, Tennessee Tornado; 2020 Birmingham, Alabama Tornado; 2020 Bridgeport, Alabama/Chattanooga, Tennessee Tornado; 2020 Cumberland Mountains Tornado; 2020 Meridian, Mississippi-Demopolis-Marion, Alabama Tornado; 2020 Loudon-Lenoir City-Farragut, Tennessee Tornado; 2020 Albertville/Crossville, Alabama Tornado; 2020 Woodstock, Georgia Tornado; 2020 Eufaula, Alabama/Americus, Georgia Tornado; 2020 Kingsport, Tennessee Tornado; 2020 Seneca-Clemson-Powdersville, South Carolina Tornado; 2020 Augusta, Georgia Tornado; and 2020 Charleston, South Carolina Tornado

FU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 74 69 48 28 24 5 248
Deaths: 1,069 Injuries: >8,000


Between January 26 and 28, a historic winter tornado outbreak took place across much of the Southern United States as well as parts of the Midwest. With 248 confirmed tornadoes and 1,102 tornadic fatalities, the outbreak ranks as one of the largest and one of the worst in United States history. More than two dozen tornadoes were confirmed each day of the event, with 57 on January 26, 165 on January 27, and 26 on January 28. In terms of violent tornadoes, the event ranks third with 29 EF4/5 storms, behind the 2018 Super Outbreak, the October 2018 India-Bangladesh Tornado Outbreak, the 2019 Super Outbreak, and the 1974 Super Outbreak.

A large outbreak was possible for January 26–28 as the SPC issued a moderate risk of severe weather for three consecutive days, centered over Arkansas through Tennessee. By the late-afternoon hours of January 26, several tornadoes had been reported across a few states, including several which caused significant damage in Texas, which were both rated EF4. At 3:25 pm CST (2025 UTC), the SPC issued a PDS tornado watch for much of Arkansas and parts of Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas and Louisiana. Tornadoes were scattered that day until early evening, when an intense tornadic cell tracked near the Brownsboro, Texas and a tornado emergency was declared for Brownsboro. A 0.25-mile (0.40 km) wide EF3 tornado then caused extensive damage in Brownsboro, however, no one was killed or injured.

Day 1 Outlook for January 26, 2020.

On January 27, a large tornado struck Auburn, Alabama, killing 98 people. The Auburn mayor called the damage "catastrophic." Television reporters in Auburn, filming the tornado, reported that even from miles away, the funnel was so wide that they could not zoom their cameras out far enough to get the entire funnel into the frame at once. Over 160 tornadoes were reported during the SPC's reporting day of 1200Z January 27 (7:00 am CDT) to 1200Z January 28 (7:00 am CDT). 1,102 tornadic deaths were confirmed as a result of the outbreak, with as many as 332 in Alabama alone. The overall death toll also includes 278 deaths in Georgia, 122 in South Carolina, 112 in Tennessee, 106 in Mississippi, 81 in Texas, 33 in Arkansas, 32 in Louisiana, and 6 in Kentucky, according to state officials.

There were as many as 62 tornadoes alone in Alabama, with another 51 in Texas, 35 in Tennessee, 31 in Georgia, 25 in Mississippi, 14 in Arkansas and Louisiana, 3 in North Carolina, and 2 in Kentucky and Virginia.

On January 28, President Donald Trump approved Governors Kay Ivey, Brian Kemp, Henry McMaster, Bill Lee, Tate Reeves, and Greg Abbott's requests for emergency federal assistance including search and rescue support.

On January 28, 2020, the National Weather Service sent out people to survey the damage; however, with the large number of tornadoes across Alabama and Texas, the reports were not finalized for months. By January 30, the death toll from the event (including death tolls from flooding and other severe weather) stood at more than 1,100 people across nine states.


February

Main Article: List of United States tornadoes from January to February 2020

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
EF0
Confirmed
EF1
Confirmed
EF2
Confirmed
EF3
Confirmed
EF4
Confirmed
EF5
18,698 6,545 7,980 2,545 1,144 435 49


In February, a total of 18,668 tornadoes were reported, however, 18,698 tornadoes were confirmed. The tornado totals for the month was caused by a catastrophic outbreak sequence at the beginning of the month, where 1,617 tornadoes touched down, causing over 305,980 deaths in total. This is the most active February on record. beating the 2008 season by 3,689 confirmed tornadoes.

January 30-February 3

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of January 30-February 3, 2020; 2020 Tontitown, Arkansas Tornado; 2020 Whitehouse, Texas Tornado; 2020 Atmore, Alabama Tornado; 2020 Independence, Louisiana Tornado; and 2020 Katie-Wynnewood, Oklahoma Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 768 975 289 130 36 4 2,202
Deaths: 1,292 Injuries: 6,763

2,202 tornadoes

Tornadoes by state: Florida: 12 EF0, 18 EF1, 5 EF2 - 35 tornadoes

Georgia: 26 EF0, 42 EF1, 7 EF2 - 75 tornadoes

Mississippi: 76 EF0, 96 EF1, 28 EF2, 8 EF3 - 208 tornadoes

Alabama: 104 EF0, 132 EF1, 46 EF2, 24 EF3, 8 EF4, 1 EF5 - 315 tornadoes

Louisiana: 96 EF0, 118 EF1, 39 EF2, 17 EF3, 2 EF4, 1 EF5 - 273 tornadoes

Arkansas: 154 EF0, 196 EF1, 63 EF2, 28 EF3, 12 EF4 - 453 tornadoes

Oklahoma: 66 EF0, 85 EF1, 29 EF2, 9 EF3, 3 EF4, 1 EF5 - 193 tornadoes

Texas: 172 EF0, 206 EF1, 68 EF2, 44 EF3, 11 EF4, 1 EF5 - 502 tornadoes

New Mexico: 26 EF0, 28 EF1 - 54 tornadoes

Colorado: 36 EF0, 54 EF1, 4 EF2 - 94 tornadoes

Deaths by state:

Florida: 7 deaths

Arkansas: 118 deaths

Louisiana: 138 deaths

Mississippi: 74 deaths

Alabama: 284 deaths

Florida: 4 deaths

Texas: 439 deaths

Oklahoma: 219 deaths

Deadly tornadoes:

January 30:

Texas: Dotson EF4 (2 deaths), Dotson EF4 (3 deaths), Timpson EF4 (1 death), Arlam EF4 (2 deaths), Dotson EF4 (4 deaths), Gary City EF4 (12 deaths), Carthage EF4 (5 deaths)

February 1:

Arkansas: Winslow EF4 (6 deaths), Chester EF3 (8 deaths), Woodland EF4 (16 deaths), Centerville EF3 (4 deaths), Barber EF4 (8 deaths), Barber EF2 (1 death), Barber EF3 (7 deaths), Tontitown EF4 (68 deaths)

Texas: Sulphur Bluff EF3 (11 deaths), Purley EF2 (6 deaths), Whitehouse EF5 (104 deaths), Leesburg EF3 (8 deaths), Lone Star EF3 (4 deaths), Coffeeville EF3 (10 deaths), Ore City (14 deaths), Warlock (17 deaths)

February 2:

Louisiana: Choudrant EF3 (5 deaths), Chatham EF3 (9 deaths), Ruston EF3 (22 deaths), Dodson EF2 (10 deaths), Deville EF3 (8 deaths), Independence EF5 (84 deaths)

Mississippi: Alice EF3 (11 deaths), Arlington EF3 (18 deaths), Newton EF3 (16 deaths), Conehatta EF2 (10 deaths), Pearl River EF1 (6 deaths), Tucker EF3 (13 deaths)

Alabama: Marion EF4 (22 deaths), Heiberger EF3 (19 deaths), Orrville (12 deaths), Safford (9 deaths), Furman EF2 (7 deaths), Pleasant Hill EF2 (7 deaths), Furman EF1 (9 deaths), Pine Apple EF3 (14 deaths), Luverne EF3 (8 deaths), Selma EF4 (9 deaths), Wingard EF2 (10 deaths), Troy EF1 (2 deaths), Patsburg EF1 (2 deaths), Zoar EF3 (14 deaths), Atmore EF5 (132 deaths), Glenwood EF2 (8 deaths)

Florida: Bonifay EF2 (4 deaths)

Texas: Stamford EF2 (3 deaths), Stamford EF1 (1 death), Knox City EF3 (11 deaths), Knox City EF3 (22 deaths)Weinert EF3 (27 deaths), Weinert EF3 (30 deaths), Weinert EF3 (25 deaths), Haskell EF3 (23 deaths), Haskell EF2 (10 deaths), Haskell EF3 (17 deaths), Haskell EF4 (18 deaths), Weinert EF4 (12 deaths), Knox City EF4 (26 deaths), Stamford EF3 (11 deaths)

Oklahoma: Katie-Wynnewood EF5 (202 deaths), Roff EF3 (12 deaths), Wanette EF2 (5 deaths)

February 3:

Florida: Sanderson EF2 (5 deaths), Sanderson EF2 (2 deaths)

Deaths and Injuries:

January 30: 29 deaths, 188 injuries

February 1:  292 deaths 2,275 injuries                                                                                             

February 2:   955 deaths, 4,488 injuries

February 3: 16 deaths, 97 injuries

Total: 1,292 deaths, 6,763 injuries, $18.8 billion in damage

                           EF0        EF1      EF2      EF3     EF4    EF5    Total

January 30 378 512 167 88 21 0 1,166

February 1         69           84       36        12       4         1          206                                                                               

February 2          79           96       43        16        7         3        244                                             

February 3 242 283 43 14 4 0 586

Overall:              768          975      289        130        36        4      2,202                                                                                                                                  


February 4-12

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak Sequence of February 4-12, 2020; 2020 York, Nebraska Tornado; 2020 Tryon, Nebraska Tornado; 2020 Loup City, Nebraska Tornado; 2020 Ralston, Nebraska Tornado; 2020 Sherman, Texas Tornado; 2020 Laramie, Wyoming Tornado; 2020 Rocky Ford, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Centennial, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Castle Rock, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Wheat Ridge, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Aspen, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Greeley, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Boulder, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Windsor, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Adams County, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Elbert County, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Lakewood, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Golden, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Denver, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Littleton, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Colorado Springs, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Pueblo, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Fort Collins, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Loveland, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Arapahoe County, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Jefferson County, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Lake Providence, Louisiana Tornado; 2020 Ward, Alabama Tornado; 2020 Warsaw, Alabama Tornado; 2020 Oneonta, Alabama Tornado; 2020 Eutaw, Alabama Tornado; 2020 Lexington, Mississippi Tornado; 2020 Port Gibson, Mississippi Tornado; 2020 Fayette, Mississippi Tornado; 2020 Bonifay, Florida Tornado; 2020 Stone Mountain, Georgia Tornado; 2020 Decatur, Georgia Tornado; 2020 Sparta, Georgia Tornado; 2020 Manchester, Kentucky Tornado; 2020 Paris, Arkansas Tornado; 2020 Allendale, South Carolina Tornado; 2020 Chapel Hill, North Carolina Tornado; 2020 New Rochelle, New York Tornado; 2020 Amherst, Massachusetts Tornado; 2020 Brookline, Massachusetts Tornado; 2020 Worcester, Massachusetts Tornado; and 2020 Boston, Massachusetts Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 596 651 168 105 73 24 1,617
Deaths: ~359,022 Injuries: >~1,577,245


In a period in just under 10 days, a total of 1,617 tornadoes touched down all over the United States, causing hundreds of thousands of deaths and hundreds of billions of damage. The outbreak started on February 4 in southeastern Nebraska with a series of supercells starting up in the Lincoln metro area. The first violent tornado touched down near York, Nebraska, before hitting the downtown area and the York bioilfield, killing 125 people, injuring 919, and causing an estimated $1.75 billion in damage, with most of the damage occurring in the York bioilfield. Another supercell in far western Nebraska spawned numerous tornadoes in Logan, Lincloln, McPherson, Arthur, and Perkins counties, with a large EF4 striking the county seat of McPherson County, Tryon, where 36 people died, along with 323 injuries, and an estimated $1.15 billion in damage, with most of the damage coming from the Tryon bioilfield. The same supercell that spawned the Tryon EF4 spawned another large EF4 tornado nearly 120 miles southeast near Loup City, Nebraska, where 60 people were killed, along with 569 injuries, and $1.4 billion in damage. After the activity in Western Nebraska, several more supercells spawned in Omaha metro area and south of Omaha. An EF4 tornado was seeing causing considerable in rural Alliance, Nebraska, where a 56 year-old farmer was killed. A stovepipe EF3 near Letan, Nebraska also killed 1. Other deadly tornadoes spawned by the numerous supercells include: an EF3 that killed 2 near Long Pine, Nebraska, 1 killed by an EF3 near Duncan, Nebraska, 5 killed by an EF4 near Lindsay, Nebraska, 13 killed by another EF4 near Table Rock, Nebraska, 3 near Valley, Nebraska from an EF4, and 2 deaths in Peru, Nebraska from another EF4. A supercell tracked straight into Omaha, where a large tornado west of Downtown Omaha caused a tornado emergency before striking parts of Omaha and devastating Ralston, where a total of 193 people were killed, along with over 3,600 injuries, and $4.8 billion in damages. Also on the 4th, a series of supercells moved across Kansas, where numerous significant tornadoes killed a total of 36 people in the state. An EF4 near Susank killed 5, with another EF4 near Modoc killing 2. An EF3 near rural Tractor, Kansas killed 4. In addition, a pair of EF4 tornadoes from the same supercell devastated Iola and Gas, Kansas, killing 12 and 10 people respectively, and an EF3 near Critzer, Kansas killed 3. A supercell spawned in west central Texas, where an EF3 struck Borden County, killing 3.

On February 5, most of the activity was concentrated in Texas, with an EF3 striking downtown Sherman, where 82 people were killed. In addition, an EF3 struck areas of Denton, north of Dallas, killing 3. There were a string of other EF3's across north central Texas, with most occurring east of the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area.

The convective outlook for February 6 in the Rocky Mountains, the worst hit area during the outbreak.

February 6 was the most active, but also most devastating day of the sequence. A high risk was issued for much of the Rocky Mountains. The high risk in much of Wyoming and Utah busted, along with the moderate risk in Utah, Nebraska, New Mexico, and Wyoming busted. A large EF4 tornado struck Laramie, Wyoming, killing 188, injuring 789, and causing $1.7 billion in damage, becoming the deadliest tornado in Wyoming state history. The storms on February 6 first fired up in Western Colorado in Garfield County, where several tornadoes touched down. The first major tornado touched down in Rifle, Colorado, where an EF4 killed 6. Supercells fired up all across Colorado, with tornadoes being reported in southwest Colorado, south central Colorado, southeast Colorado, Eastern Colorado, and Central Colorado, especially in the Denver and Colorado Springs metro areas. Various EF3s and EF4s across the state were confirmed that struck towns and caused fatalities. An EF4 in Sams killing 3, a EF3 in Garcia killing 9, an EF3 in Fort Garland killing 7, a EF4 in Walsenburg killing 9, an EF4 near Gardner killing 13, an EF3 near Red Wing killing 2, an EF4 near Swink killing 7, an EF3 in Chivington killing 2, an EF4 in Arapahoe in far eastern Colorado killing 6, an EF3 near Stratton killing 2, an EF2 near Grant killing 3, an EF2 near Drake killing 1, an EF3 near Rustic killing 2, an EF4 near Waverly killing 4, an EF3 near Gould killing 2, an EF3 near Lyons killing 3, an EF4 near Lafayette killing 5, an EF4 near Louisville killing 4, an EF3 near Watkins killing 7, an EF4 killing 11 near Peoria, an EF3 near Inverness killing 9, an EF4 near Elbert killing 4, an EF4 in Ellicott killing 8, an EF4 in Cimarron Hills killing 9, an EF2 in Monument killing 3, an EF4 in Black Forest killing 14, an EF3 in Parker killing 8, an EF4 in Lone Tree killing 5, an EF3 in Brush killing 3, and an EF2 in Wiggins killing 1. An EF4 and a pair of EF3's also struck Black Hawk, where the EF4 killed 4, the first EF3 killed 1, and the second EF3 killed 3. Before the main supercells formed and struck the Denver and Colorado Springs metro areas, a pair of EF5's also touched down. The first EF5 of the day struck Rocky Ford, around 55 miles southeast of Pueblo, where 96 deaths occurred and 426 injuries occurred, along with an estimated $1.17 billion in damage. Another tornado emergency during the outbreak was declared as a tornado in the Denver metro area touched down in Centennial, where catastrophic damage occurred, and 911 people were killed, along with over 16,000 injuries, and $11.4 billion in damage. After the Centennial EF5 supercell tracked northeast and died out, over a dozen supercells began to stir up around 4:15 PM and the first tornadoes were reported by 4:20 PM. At 4:38 PM, a funnel cloud reportedly touched down just west of Castle Rock in Douglas County. The tornado gained strength quickly and struck downtown Castle Rock, where 458 people were killed, along with 4,764 injuries, and $2.2 billion in damage, before dissipating at 6:05 PM. Yet another tornado emergency was issued as another large tornado was moving toward Wheat Ridge in Jefferson County, immediately west of Denver that touched down at 4:47 PM. The high-end EF4 killed 402, injured 3,883, and caused $3.4 billion in damage, before dissipating at 6:17 PM. Another large EF4 was reported in the ski resort town of Aspen, where an estimated 6,000 people were killed, along with an estimated 20,000 injuries, and $16 billion before dissipating at 6:32 PM CDT. The same supercell that spawned the Wheat Ridge EF4 spawned an EF4 in the town of Greeley, 49 miles northeast of Denver in Weld County. 719 people were killed, along with 9,717 injuries, and $3 billion in damage occurred before the tornado dissipated at 7:04 PM. A massive EF5 struck Boulder, where an estimated 8,000 were killed, along with 22,000 injuries, and $34 billion in damage. An EF4 killed 38, injured 544, and caused $1.3 billion in damage in Windsor. In addition, a massive EF5 in Adams County killed an estimated 24,000, injured an additional 47,000 and caused $41 billion in damage. Another supercell spawned yet another EF5 in Elbert County, where 576 were killed, 4,350 were injured, and $4.3 billion in damage occurred. A PDS was issued as a large supercell was moving northeast into Denver, where multiple violent tornadoes touched down around 6 PM. An EF5 in Lakewood killed 7,700, injured 27,000, and caused $31 billion in damage, while an EF5 in Golden killed 697, injured 7,896, and caused $8.7 billion in damage. The worst tornado of the entire outbreak occurred at just past 7 PM as a massive EF5 tornado tore through parts of Downtown Denver, becoming the deadliest tornado in Colorado state history and one of the deadliest tornadoes ever. An estimated 100,000 people were killed, along with an estimated 500,000 injuries, and a then-record $88 billion in damage. Even after these deadly tornadoes, there were still multiple supercells preparing to track through the Denver metro area. The National Weather Service decided to declare a tornado emergency for the entire state of Colorado, the first time ever something like this has happened. Another tornado emergency was declared for Littleton as a massive EF5 tore through areas hit by an EF3 tornado during the 2018 Super Outbreak in May 2018. A total of 7,750 people were killed, along with 25,000 injuries, and $27 billion in damages occurring. An EF5 struck Colorado Springs, the second largest city in Colorado behind Denver, killing an estimated 30,000, injuring 96,000, and causing $46 billion in damage. An EF5 struck Pueblo, where 6,660 people were killed, along with 35,000 injuries, and $24 billion in damages. Yet another supercell tracked into the Denver metro area, tracking north into Larimer and Weld counties, where a pair of EF5s touched down. An EF5 struck Fort Collins, where 2,790 people were killed, along with 12,000 injuries, and $17 billion in damages, and an EF5 struck Loveland, where 3,210 people were killed, along with 11,675 injuries, and $13.9 billion in damage. Another EF5 struck areas in Arapahoe County, where 38,800 people were killed, along with an estimated 100,000 injuries, and $49 billion in damages. The final EF5 in Colorado during the outbreak touched down in Jefferson County, where 29,000 people were killed, along with 80,000 injuries, and $39 billion in damage. Colorado is regarded as the worst hit state during the entire outbreak. The most tornadoes, most deaths, and most damage occurred in Colorado during the outbreak.

February 7 was not as active as February 6 since the system was weakened. Tornadoes touched down across northeastern Louisiana with multiple deadly tornadoes occurring. An EF4 struck Lake Providence, Louisiana, where 164 people were killed, along with 867 injuries, and $1.46 billion in damage. An EF3 killed 5 people near Jena. A pair of tornadoes also touched down in northwestern Mississippi.

February 8 brought dozens of tornadoes across Oklahoma, Missouri, Arkansas, and Texas. An EF4 in Hume, Missouri killed 2. In addition, an EF4 struck Millerton, Oklahoma, where several homes were flattened, killing 6. The Hume EF4 and the Millerton EF4 were the only fatal tornadoes in their respective states. A string of supercells also stirred up across East Texas, including several powerful tornadoes that caused deaths. An EF4 was filmed rapidly intensifying near Milton, where 5 were killed. An EF4 near Petty killed 4. In addition, a large EF4 near Coffeeville killed 9. The last of the several deadly Texas tornadoes on February 8 killed 7 near Diana.

EF5 damage in Decatur, Georgia from a large EF5 that killed 306 people.

February 9 was concentrated in the Deep South. In addition, the 9th is the day where the effect felt by the Deep South occurred. The day first started with miniscule supercells spawning mostly weak tornadoes across Louisiana and Mississippi. The first powerful supercells kicked off over Blount County, Alabama just north of Birmingham. At the same time, powerful supercells also kicked off over the Mississippi Delta, where several violent tornadoes touched down. An EF3 touched down near Duncan, Mississippi and killed 6. The same supercell spawned an EF4 near Boyle, Mississippi and caused 2 deaths along its mostly rural path. Another EF3 near Chester, Mississippi caused 5 deaths as the supercell weakened and died out. A pair of new supercells fired up, where a large EF4 moved at over 60 mph through western Reform, Mississippi, where 9 people were killed by the 190 mph winds. The last deadly tornado in Mississippi from the early supercell storms spawned near Eret, Mississippi, where a rapidly moving EF4 killed 6. The first supercells that fired up on the 9th moved north-northeast into eastern Alabama, where several violent tornadoes caused catastrophic damage and caused dozens of deaths. The first fatal tornado in Alabama was the Whiton EF4, where 14 people were killed. Numerous other tornadoes touched down in northeast and northeast central Alabama, causing severe damage and numerous deaths. Sulphur Springs, Alabama suffered a direct hit from an EF3, where 9 were killed. Ward, Alabama and Warsaw, Alabama were also struck head on by violent EF4s, where 18 and 21 people respectively were killed and $1 billion and $1.06 billion in damage was done respectively. Piper, Alabama, like the other locations mentioned above, was issued a tornado emergency as a large EF3 struck the western edge of the town, where 8 were killed. The last killer tornado of these series of supercells in far eastern Alabama struck Frog Eye, where 16 people were killed. A pair of supercells then fired up in western Alabama, with several tornadoes being reported. A tornado emergency was issued for Blount County as a massive and violent tornado was reported to be on the ground. A very fast moving tornado devastated downtown Oneonta, where dozens of structures, including the Blount County Courthouse being swept clean of debris. A total of 116 people were killed, along with 372 injuries, and $1.4 billion in damage occurred. Another tornado in Greene County prompted a tornado emergency as the tornado was moving quickly and intensifying quickly toward the county seat of Eutaw. Downtown Eutaw was devastated and high-end EF4 damage was noted at various points in the city, including at the Greene County Courthouse. A total of 91 people were killed, along with 413 injuries, and $1.38 billion in damage. A pair of supercells also sprung up across the Black Belt in Mississippi, with several violent tornadoes devastating numerous counties. Lexington, Mississippi suffered a direct hit from an EF5, were 87 people were killed, along with 463 injuries, $1.44 billion in damage. In addition, a high-end EF4 struck Port Gibson, where 80 people were killed, along with 194 injuries, and $1 billion in damage. The final of the 3 devastating violent tornadoes struck Fayette, Mississippi, where a very high-end EF4 killed 117, injured 570, and caused $1.01 billion in damage. A tornado emergency was also issued for Holmes County, Florida as a large EF4 tornado moved to rural areas east of the county seat, Bonifay. A grand total of 77 people were killed from the high-end EF4, along with 947 injuries, and $1.31 billion in damage. Around 2 PM, a pair of supercells formed southwest of Jacksonville, Florida, with several counties being put under a tornado warning. A tornado emergency was issued for the city of Raiford, Florida before a large EF4 tornado tore through the city, where 9 were killed, and dozens were critically injured. Officials credit the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville for saving the lives of over 60 people as their medical treatment saved that many peoples lives. Another powerful tornado struck McRael, Florida, near Jacksonville, where EF3 damage was done and 6 lost their lives. A new series of supercells fired up across western Georgia and south of metro Atlanta and much of the south Atlanta area being put under a tornado warning. A large tornado struck the town of Tax, Georgia, where high-end EF4 damage was done in the city, and 8 people being killed. A powerful EF3 took a very rural track just east of Stark, Georgia, where several mobile homes were destroyed and 4 people were killed. Another EF4 struck the city of Buckhead, Georgia, where 9 people were killed. Inman, Georgia and Conley, Georgia were both struck by EF2s, where 1 and 2 people were killed respectively. A large EF3 struck areas south of Rex, Georgia, where a unanchored brick home was destroyed, killing 3. A EF4 also struck Tucker, Georgia, where 9 were killed while attending a bible study. A tornado warning was issued for Clayton, Henry, Fulton, DeKalb, and Gwinnett counties as a supercell showed very powerful rotation. A tornado emergency was issued for Stone Mountain, Georgia in DeKalb County after a massive tornado was reported. Numerous buildings in Stone Mountain were well-built and swept completely clean of debris, warranting an EF5 rating. A total of 197 people in the Stone Mountain area were killed, along with 1,892 injuries, and $2.6 billion in damage. Another EF5 struck the DeKalb County county seat Decatur head on, where an incredible 306 people were killed, along with 1,955 injuries, and $5.4 billion in damage. Another EF3 near Talmo, Georgia killed 6 people. Another tornado emergency was issued for much of Hancock County, Georgia from an EF4 that tore through Sparta, where 90 were killed, along with 517 injuries, and an estimated $1.04 billion in damage. 2 tornadic supercells spawned numerous tornadoes in eastern Kentucky, including two powerful, killer tornadoes. The first, an EF3 struck Manchester, Kentucky, where 31 people were killed. In addition, another EF3 struck Sandy Hook, Kentucky, where the mostly rural tornado killed 2. A large EF3 also struck Brownsville, Tennessee, where 7 people were killed, the only killer tornado in Tennessee during the outbreak. Numerous supercells spawned dozens of tornadoes, although only a couple were killers. The most severe tornado in Arkansas was the EF4 that struck Paris, where very high-end EF4 damage damage occurred, causing 69 deaths, 695 injuries, and $1.3 billion in damage. The other killer tornado in Arkansas struck Blytheville, where a large high-end EF3 caused 8 deaths.

Overhead of very high-end EF4 damage to a apartment complex in Worcester, Massachusetts.

February 10 was the last day where deadly tornadoes ravaged the United State during the outbreak. Most activity was predicted to occur in the Northeast, especially New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts. The beginning of the day started with powerful supercells sparking up across extremely southern South Carolina, and the Research Triangle in Central North Carolina. An EF3 near Edgefield, South Carolina destroyed several mobile homes, prompting a tornado emergency. A total of 3 people were killed from this EF3 before dying out. Another tornado emergency was issued for Allendale, South Carolina as a powerful EF5 struck the city. A total of 69 people were killed, along with 222 injuries, and $1.19 billion in damage. A tornado warning was issued for Orange, Durham, Wake, and several other counties around the Research Triangle as powerful thunderstorms were moving through the area. A large EF3 was reported near Chapel Hill, North Carolina in Orange County. Severe damage was suffered at dozens of locations. Before dying out, the EF3 ended the lives of 70, injured 2,754, and caused $1.54 billion in damage. Another tornado emergency was issued for areas in the immediate Raleigh area as Cary suffered a direct hit from a powerful, but short lived, EF3. Miraculously, only 4 were killed from the high-end EF3. A EF4 near Tarboro, North Carolina killed 12 before dying out. A large EF2 near Kenly, North Carolina was also deadly, where 2 people were killed. Selma, North Carolina was struck head-on by an EF3, killing 4. Micro, North Carolina also suffered a direct hit, however, a large EF4 killed 2. Another supercell fired up in South Carolina, spawning several deadly tornadoes. Lobeco, South Carolina was struck by an EF3, where a woman was killed in a mobile home. In addition, a fast moving EF4 was spotted near Pinopolis, South Carolina, where 8 people were killed. A supercell also formed in south-central Virginia near the city of Petersburg, where tornado warnings were issued, An EF3 was spotted tracking very quickly toward Hayes, Virginia, where 3 deaths occurred. Another tornado emergency was issued for Laurel, Virginia as another powerful EF3 was spotted nearing Laurel. A total of 9 people were killed in Laurel before the storms in Virginia moved out to sea. A duo of supercells formed near Newark, New Jersey and then split directions, prompting tornado warnings for much of the New York metro area. A tornado emergency was issued for numerous areas in Westchester County as a powerful EF4 tornado was moving through densely populated areas in the county. New Rochelle, New York was hit head on from the high-end EF4, where ~800 people were killed, along with ~7,500 injuries, and $2.8 billion in damage occurred. Several tornadoes were reported in the New York City boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens, causing very minimal damage, where only a handful of injuries occurred. The second supercell began to produce funnel clouds in Nassau and Suffolk counties. A EF2 in Babylon, New York on Long Island killed 3 before dissipating. The storms in New York then continued moving east, moving out over the Atlantic. An EF3 was filmed near Gilead, Connecticut tearing up several acres of forest. The mid-range EF3 struck a car driving down a side road, killing the lone person in the car. A EF1 was spotted in Vernon, Vermont, where 1 person was killed when several mobile homes were overturned or severely damaged. Several other supercells were firing up across Western Massachusetts, prompting several tornado warnings. A tornado emergency was issued for Amherst, Massachusetts where a large and powerful tornado was spotted causing catastrophic damage. In all, the high-end EF4 killed 296, injured 988, and caused $1.6 billion in damage. Several powerful tornadoes were spawned by a powerful supercell southwest of Boston. A large EF4 prompted a tornado emergency for Brookline, Massachusetts, where 105 people were killed, along with 734 injuries, and $2.4 billion in damage. A couple other tornado emergencies were issued for several other cities in Norfolk County from several powerful tornadoes. An EF3 near Dover killed 5 and a powerful EF4 in Sharon killed 9 before the supercell moved out into the Atlantic. The two worst tornadoes in Massachusetts during the outbreak then touched down in the state's largest cities. A powerful EF5 struck Worcester, where an estimated 18,000 people were killed, along with a further 58,000 estimated injuries, and $23 billion in damage. The worst tornado in Massachusetts history then struck the state capital and largest city, Boston. An estimated 67,000 people were killed, the second deadliest tornado during the outbreak behind the Denver, Colorado EF5. An additional 190,000 estimated injuries occurred, along with $80 billion in damage.

February 11 and 12 were largely inactive, with storms firing up across Massachusetts, where only mostly EF0s and EF1s occurred. There were several confirmed EF2s however. The outbreak officially ended around 10 PM on February 12 as the final storm moved over the Atlantic.

After the outbreak, a total of 1,617 tornadoes were confirmed, with the state of Colorado with the most confirmed tornadoes at 207. Alabama saw the second most confirmed tornadoes at 151, followed by Georgia at 127. The other tornado totals are 121 in Mississippi, 104 in Massachusetts, 97 in Nebraska, 93 in Kansas, 75 in Texas, 69 in Louisiana, 62 in Arkansas, 59 in South Carolina, 59 in Wyoming, 57 in Florida, 55 in New York, 47 in Missouri, 43 in Tennessee, 42 in North Carolina, 31 in Oklahoma, 28 in Connecticut, 27 in Kentucky, 24 in Vermont, 23 in Rhode Island, and 16 in Virginia.

Aftermath of the EF5 tornado that struck Denver, Colorado.

The confirmed death toll stood at a record ~359,022 across 22 states with ~270,187 deaths in Colorado alone. Death tolls also stood at ~85,415 in Massachusetts, 803 in New York, 641 in Georgia, 442 in Nebraska, 312 in Alabama, 306 in Mississippi, 190 in Wyoming, 169 in Louisiana, 113 in Texas, 94 in Florida, 94 in North Carolina, 81 in South Carolina, 77 in Arkansas, 36 in Kansas, 33 in Kentucky, 12 in Virginia, 7 in Tennessee, 6 in Oklahoma, 2 in Missouri, 1 in Connecticut, and 1 in Vermont. The only state with confirmed reports of tornadoes, but did not have any fatalities was the state of Rhode Island. There were reports of funnel clouds in numerous states, but no tornado reports. These states include Nevada, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, New Hampshire, Maine, and the District of Columbia.

The damage estimates from the outbreak were $276 billion, which is a record for any tornado outbreak. Most of the damage costs from the outbreak came from the Colorado and the Massachusetts tornadoes in the outbreak. The Denver and Boston EF5s accounted for $168 billion of the damage alone.

By the end of the outbreak, numerous governors asked for federal relief from the tornadoes. These include the governors of Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Kentucky, New York, and Massachusetts. President Donald J. Trump granted all of these states relief, and also granted additional relief to Alabama, Colorado, Georgia, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Mississippi, and Texas due to the noted impacts of the storms in these states.

The National Weather Service did not finalize all of the reports of storm damage until August 21 due to the large number of reports. A total of 1,615 tornadoes were reported, however 1,617 tornadoes were confirmed. There were a total number of 7,292 storm reports from the outbreak, ranging from flash flooding to hail to straight-line winds. In addition, there were 535 indirect deaths from the outbreak. 100 mph straight-line winds caused a massive pileup on Interstate 10 in New Orleans, where 42 people were killed. Colorado had 97 indirect deaths from the outbreak, with most deaths coming from flash flooding, car accidents, or freak accidents during clean up efforts in the state.

Despite the wide range damage from the outbreak, all areas affected by the outbreak were completely rebuilt by September 1, showing the quick response from the federal government to help the affected states.


February 16-17

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of February 16-17, 2020; 2020 Chicago, Illinois Tornado; 2020 Battle Creek, Michigan Tornado; 2020 Adamsville, Wisconsin Tornado; 2020 Delavan, Wisconsin Tornado; 2020 Oakdale, Minnesota Tornado; 2020 Alta, Illinois Tornado; and 2020 Alvin, Illinois Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 840 1,145 306 136 43 2 2,472


February 19-21

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of February 19-21, 2020; 2020 Newbury Park, California Tornado; 2020 Cypress, California Tornado; 2020 Alameda, California Tornado; 2020 Piedmont, California Tornado; 2020 Guerneville, California Tornado; 2020 Tulare County-Kings County, California; and 2020 San Bernardino County-Inyo County, California Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 847 964 321 117 23 7 2,279


February 22-24

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of February 22-24, 2020; 2020 Anthony, Kansas Tornado; 2020 Altus, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Mingo, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Garnett, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Alsuma, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Carbondale, Oklahoma Tornado; and 2020 Alva, Oklahoma Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 1,929 2,521 886 368 115 7 5,826


February 26-27

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of February 26-27, 2020; 2020 Isaban, West Virginia Tornado; 2020 Ashburn, Virginia Tornado; 2020 Landover, Maryland Tornado; 2020 Chapel Oaks-Cedar Heights, Maryland Tornado; and 2020 Fairmount Heights, Maryland Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 1,931 2,231 742 376 166 5 5,451


March

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EF3
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0 0 0 0 0 0 0



March 2-4

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

Main Article: 2020 Tornado Alley Tornado Outbreak; 2020 Aberdeen, Texas Tornado; 2020 Agency, Iowa Tornado; 2020 Aetna, Kansas Tornado; 2020 Albany, Missouri Tornado; 2020 Albany, Texas Tornado; 2020 Alden, Kansas Tornado; 2020 Alto, Texas Tornado; 2020 Anita, Iowa Tornado; 2020 Anna, Texas Tornado; 2020 Annona, Texas Tornado; 2020 Bearden, Oklahoma; 2020 Del City-Midwest City, Oklahoma City Tornado; 2020 Newcastle-Moore-Oklahoma City-Shawnee, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Bethany, Oklahoma Tornado; and 2020 Big Cabin, Oklahoma Tornado


March 6-8

Main Article: West Coast Tornado Outbreak of March 6-8, 2020; 2020 Eureka, California Tornado; 2020 Humboldt County, California Tornado; 2020 Weaverville, California Tornado; 2020 Redding, California Tornado; 2020 Susanville, California Tornado; 2020 Rice, California Tornado; 2020 Alturas, California Tornado; 2020 Modoc County, California Tornado; 2020 Yreka, California Tornado; 2020 Crescent City, California Tornado; 2020 Nothing, Arizona Tornado; 2020 Mohave County, Arizona-Clark County, Nevada Tornado; and 2020 Quartzsite, Arizona Tornado

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


March 10-23

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak Sequence of March 10-23, 2020; 2020 Abbeville, Georgia Tornado; 2020 Abbeville, Mississippi Tornado; 2020 Aberdeen, Mississippi Tornado; 2020 Adairsville, Georgia Tornado; 2020 Adel, Georgia Tornado; 2020 Americus, Georgia Tornado; 2020 Anton, Kentucky Tornado; 2020 Anutt, Missouri Tornado; 2020 Apex, North Carolina Tornado; 2020 Apison, Tennessee Tornado; 2020 Appleton, Arkansas Tornado; 2020 Arab, Missouri Tornado; 2020 Arcana, Indiana Tornado ; 2020 Archer City, Texas Tornado; 2020 Ardmore, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Argo, Alabama Tornado; 2020 Arkadelphia, Alabama Tornado; 2020 Arkadelphia, Arkansas Tornado; 2020 Arlington, Texas Tornado; 2020 Arma, Kansas Tornado; 2020 Ashburn, Georgia Tornado; 2020 Ashdown, Arkansas Tornado; and 2020 Ashland, Mississippi Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 306 332 126 65 31 6 866


March 25

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of March 25, 2021 and 2021 Allendale County-Barnwell County, South Carolina Tornado

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


March 27-29

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of March 27-29, 2020; 2020 Barry, Missouri Tornado; 2020 Bartlett, Iowa Tornado; and 2020 Basehor, Kansas Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 72 87 34 9 1 0 203


March 31-April 1

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of March 31-April 1, 2020; 2020 Bassfield, Mississippi Tornad; 2020 Soso, Mississippi Tornado; 2020 Jefferson County-Clairborne County-Copiah County-Hinds County, Mississippi Tornado; and 2020 Hinds County-Yazoo County-Holmes County, Mississippi Tornado

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


April

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0 0 0 0 0 0 0



April 3-4

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of April 3-4, 2020; 2020 Brandon, Mississippi Tornado; 2020 Branson, Missouri Tornado; 2020 Breaux Bridge, Louisiana Tornado; 2020 Bremen, Kentucky Tornado; 2020 Brent, Alabama Tornado; and 2020 Briar, Missouri Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 128 159 44 16 2 0 349


April 6-11

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak Sequence of April 6-11, 2020; 2020 Seward County-Meade County-Clark County-Comanche County-Kiowa County, Kansas Tornado; 2020 Cashion, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Cassoday, Kansas Tornado; and 2020 Copeville, Texas Tornado

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


April 13-23

Main Article: Tornado outbreak sequence of April 2020; 2020 Fackler, Alabama Tornado; 2020 Estill, South Carolina Tornado; 2020 Floyd, Arkansas Tornado; 2020 Fort Payne, Alabama Tornado; and 2020 Franklin, Alabama Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 294 336 99 37 12 4 782


April 25

Main Article: April 2020 Oklahoma Tornado Outbreak; 2020 Canadian, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Camargo, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Carter, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Sand Springs, Oklahoma Tornado; and 2020 Broken Arrow-Sand Springs-Tulsa, Oklahoma Tornado

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


April 27-29

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of April 27-29, 2020; 2020 Pickensville-Sumiton, Alabama Tornado; 2020 Cross Keys, Alabama Tornado; 2020 Eoline, Alabama Tornado; and 2020 Clio-Tuskegee, Alabama Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 105 116 28 9 2 0 260


May

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0 0 0 0 0 0 0



May 1-10

Main Article: Early May 2020 tornado outbreak sequence; 2020 Kingfisher County, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Tishomingo, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Blair, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 McAlester, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Frontenac, Kansas Tornado; 2020 Frost, Texas Tornado; 2020 Garber, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Plainfield, Illinois Tornado; 2020 Murphysboro, Illinois Tornado; 2020 Capitol, Montana Tornado; and 2020 Washington D.C. Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 394 424 169 40 18 7 1,052


May 12-17

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak Sequence of May 12-17, 2020; 2020 Huntland, Tennessee Tornado; 2020 Greentown, Indiana Tornado; and 2020 Greenville, Kentucky Tornado

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


May 19-26

Main Article: Super Outbreak of 2020

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 497 548 265 186 82 48 1,626


May 29-June 3

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak Sequence of May 29-June 3, 2020; 2020 Dutchess Landing, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Texanna, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Shady Grove, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Vernon, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Lenna, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Council Hill, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Webbers Falls, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Sour John, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Vian-Gore-Marble City, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Pinhook Corner, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Brent, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Box, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Cherry Tree, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Zion, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Baron, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Bunch, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Greasy, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Briggs, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Tenkiller, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Zeb, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Cookson, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Grandview, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Dry Creek, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Okay, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Fair Oaks, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Toppers, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Taylor Ferry, Oklahoma Tornado; and 2020 Wagoner County, Oklahoma Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 171 192 37 22 6 1 429


June

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



June 6-9

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of June 6-9, 2020; 2020 Ellington, Missouri Tornado; 2020 Bunker, Missouri Tornado; 2020 West Fork, Missouri Tornado; 2020 Ironton, Missouri Tornado; 2020 Iron County, Missouri Tornado; 2020 Junction City, Missouri Tornado; and 2020 Cobalt, Missouri Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 193 207 84 32 12 2 530


June 12-14

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of June 12-14, 2020; 2020 Jordan Junction, South Dakota Tornado; 2020 Wewela, South Dakota Tornado; 2020 Colome, South Dakota Tornado; 2020 Winner, South Dakota Tornado; 2020 Gregory County, South Dakota Tornado; 2020 Gregory, South Dakota Tornado; 2020 Burke, South Dakota Tornado; 2020 St. Charles, South Dakota Tornado; 2020 Wagner, South Dakota Tornado; and 2020 Platte, South Dakota Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 96 109 36 11 3 0 255


June 16-23

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak Sequence of June 16-23, 2020; 2020 Loving County, Texas Tornado; 2020 Mentone, Texas Tornado; 2020 Hay Flat, Texas Tornado; 2020 Kermit, Texas Tornado; 2020 Clarendon, Texas Tornado; 2020 Wellington, Texas Tornado ; 2020 Memphis, Texas Tornado ; 2020 Hall County, Texas Tornado; 2020 Childress County, Texas Tornado ; and 2020 Childress, Texas Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 143 161 58 22 9 1 394


June 26-30

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak Sequence of June 26-30, 2020; 2020 Mountain Mills, Alabama Tornado; 2020 Maud, Alabama Tornado; 2020 Spring Valley, Alabama Tornado; 2020 Ford City, Alabama Tornado; 2020 Colbert County, Alabama Tornado; 2020 Killen, Alabama Tornado; 2020 Anderson, Alabama Tornado; and 2020 Waterloo, Alabama Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 58 77 20 6 1 0 162


July

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



July 1-2

Main Article: 2020 Alaska Tornado Outbreak; 2020 Fairbanks, Alaska Tornado; 2020 Anchorage, Alaska Tornado; 2020 Juneau, Alaska Tornado; and 2020 Sand Point, Alaska Tornado

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


July 4-10

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of July 4-10, 2020; 2020 International Falls, Minnesota Tornado; 2020 Grand Rapids, Minnesota Tornado; 2020 Aitkin, Minnesota Tornado; 2020 Mora, Minnesota Tornado; 2020 Pine City, Minnesota Tornado; 2020 Carlton, Minnesota Tornado; 2020 Cloquet, Minnesota Tornado; 2020 Duluth, Minnesota Tornado; 2020 St. Louis County, Minnesota Tornado; 2020 Lake County, Minnesota Tornado; 2020 Two Harbors, Minnesota Tornado; 2020 Grand Marais, Minnesota Tornado; and 2020 Cook County, Minnesota Tornado

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


July 12-13

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of July 12-13, 2020; 2020 Roberts County-Hemphill County, Texas-Roger Mills County-Ellis County, Oklahoma Tornado; and 2020 King County-Cottle County-Childress County-Collingsworth County, Texas-Beckham County-Roger Mills County-Ellis County-Harper County, Oklahoma-Clark County, Kansas Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 39 55 19 5 1 0 119


July 15-24

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak Sequence of July 15-24, 2020; 2020 Inverness, Mississippi Tornado; 2020 Isola, Mississippi Tornado; and 2020 Itta Bena, Mississippi Tornado

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


July 26-29

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of July 26-29, 2020; 2020 Calhoun, Georgia Tornado; 2020 Gordon County, Georgia Tornado; 2020 Ellijay, Georgia Tornado; 2020 Gilmer County, Georgia Tornado; 2020 Pickens County, Georgia Tornado; 2020 Jasper, Georgia Tornado; 2020 Banks County-Habersham County, Georgia Tornado; 2020 Chatsworth, Georgia Tornado; and 2020 Narrows, Georgia Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 63 89 24 9 1 0 186



August

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



August 1-3 (Hurricane Marco)

Main Article: Hurricane Marco Tornado Outbreak; 2020 Wilmington, North Carolina Tornado; 2020 Leland, North Carolina Tornado; 2020 Bolivia, North Carolina Tornado; 2020 Elizabethtown, North Carolina Tornado; 2020 Beaufort, North Carolina Tornado; 2020 Morehead City, North Carolina Tornado; 2020 New Bern, North Carolina Tornado; and 2020 New Hanover County, North Carolina Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 141 163 57 22 8 0 391


August 5-6, 2020

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of August 5-6, 2020; 2020 Bradford, Pennsylvania Tornado; 2020 Smethport, Pennsylvania Tornado; 2020 Wellsboro, Pennsylvania Tornado; 2020 Mansfield, Pennsylvania Tornado; 2020 Coudersport, Pennsylvania Tornado; 2020 Potter County, Pennsylvania Tornado; 2020 Towanda, Pennsylvania Tornado; 2020 Sayre, Pennsylvania Tornado; 2020 Montrose, Pennsylvania Tornado; 2020 Forest City, Pennsylvania Tornado; 2020 Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania Tornado; 2020 Honesdale, Pennsylvania Tornado; and 2020 Wayne County, Pennsylvania Tornado

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


August 8-11

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of August 8-11, 2020; 2020 Henderson, Texas Tornado; 2020 Rusk County, Texas Tornado; 2020 Carthage, Texas Tornado; 2020 Nacogdoches, Texas Tornado; 2020 Nacogdoches County, Texas Tornado; 2020 Center, Texas Tornado; 2020 Shelby County, Texas Tornado; and 2020 San Augustine, Texas Tornado

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


August 14-21

Main Article: August 2020 Great Plains Tornado Outbreak Sequence; 2020 Vernon, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Hale, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Joes, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Idalia, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Lindon, Colorado Tornado; 2020 St. Petersberg, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Dailey, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Ovid, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Amherst, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Atwood-Ovid, Colorado Tornado; 2020 McCook, Nebraska Tornado; 2020 Red Williow County, Nebraska Tornado; 2020 Curtis, Nebraska Tornado; 2020 Stockville, Nebraska Tornado; 2020 Frontier County, Nebraska Tornado; 2020 Beaver City, Nebraska Tornado; 2020 Cambridge, Nebraska Tornado; 2020 Elwood, Nebraska Tornado; 2020 Hayes Center, Nebraska Tornado; 2020 Trenton, Nebraska Tornado; 2020 Culbertson, Nebraska Tornado; 2020 Hitchcock County, Nebraska Tornado; 2020 Oakley, Kansas Tornado; 2020 Logan County, Kansas Tornado; 2020 Gove City, Kansas Tornado; 2020 Quinter, Kansas Tornado; 2020 Hoxie, Kansas Tornado; 2020 Colby, Kansas Tornado; 2020 Atwood, Kansas Tornado; 2020 Rawlins County, Kansas Tornado; 2020 Decatur County, Kansas Tornado; 2020 Freedom, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Dacoma, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Waynoka, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Driftwood, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Yewed, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Lambert, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Jet, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Helena, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Byron, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Wakita, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Sand Creek, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Medford, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Pond Creek, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Munday, Texas Tornado; 2020 Benjamin, Texas Tornado; 2020 Seymour-Wichita Falls, Texas Tornado; 2020 Crowell, Texas Tornado; 2020 Vernon, Texas Tornado; and 2020 Quanah, Texas Tornado

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


August 17-18

Main Article: 2020 Hawaii Tornado Outbreak; 2020 Kapa'a, Hawaii Tornado; 2020 Lihue, Hawaii Tornado; 2020 Honolulu, Hawaii Tornado; 2020 Kahului, Hawaii Tornado; 2020 Wailuku, Hawaii Tornado; 2020 Hilo, Hawaii Tornado; 2020 Kauai County, Hawaii Tornado; 2020 Maui County, Hawaii Tornado; 2020 Hawaii County, Hawaii Tornado; and 2020 Honolulu County, Hawaii Tornado

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


August 23-24

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of August 23-24, 2020; 2020 Luther, Oklahoma Tornado; and 2020 Macksville, Kansas Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 115 142 68 16 6 0 347


August 27-29

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of August 27-29, 2020; 2020 Mattoon, Illinois Tornado; 2020 Charleston, Illinois Tornado; and 2020 Gorham-Murphysboro, Illionois Tornado

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


September

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



September 1-4 (Hurricane Paul)

Main Article: Hurricane Paul Tornado Outbreak and 2020 Natchez-Vicksburg-Jackson-Tupelo, Mississippi Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 227 251 120 31 9 2 640


September 7-11

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of September 7-11, 2020; 2020 Linden, North Carolina Tornado; 2020 Lizard Lick, North Carolina Tornado; and 2020 Wendell, North Carolina Tornado

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


September 13-14 (Hurricane Rene)

Main Article: Hurricane Rene Tornado Outbreak and 2020 Ludlow, Mississippi Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 96 118 62 24 7 0 307



September 16-17

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

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of September 16-17, 2020; 2020 Newcastle-Moore-Shawnee, Oklahoma Tornado; and 2020 Newcastle-El Reno, Oklahoma Tornado


September 19-20

Main Article: 2020 Dixie Alley Tornado Outbreak; 2020 Oak Vale, Mississippi Tornado; 2020 Monticello, Mississippi Tornado; 2020 Monterey, Mississippi Tornado; 2020 Greene County-Tuscaloosa County-Jefferson County-Blount County, Alabama Tornado; and 2020 Magee, Mississippi Tornado

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


September 23-24 (Hurricane Teddy)

Main Article: Hurricane Teddy Tornado Outbreak; 2020 McComb-Jackson, Mississippi Tornado; and 2020 Marvel, Alabama Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 70 102 37 14 1 0 224


September 27-29 (Hurricane Vicky)

Main Article: Hurricane Vicky Tornado Outbreak; 2020 Marks, Mississippi Tornado; and 2020 Marmaduke, Arkansas Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 88 119 51 22 5 0 285


October

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



October 1-4

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of October 1-4, 2020; 2020 Manhattan, Kansas Tornado; 2020 Manvel, Texas Tornado; 2020 Loyal, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Lookeba, Oklahoma Tornado; and 2020 Lone Grove, Oklahoma Tornado

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


October 7-8

Main Article: October 7-8, 2020 Tornado Outbreak; 2020 Lane, Oklahoma Tornado; and 2020 Lubbock-Amarillo, Texas Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 147 147 44 13 2 0 353


October 10-11

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of October 10-11, 2020; 2020 Learned, Mississippi Tornado; 2020 Leakesville, Mississippi Tornado; and 2020 Laurel, Mississippi Tornado

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


October 13-15

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of October 13-15, 2020; 2020 La Paz, Indiana Tornado; 2020 La Porte, Indiana Tornado; and 2020 South Bend-Elkhart, Indiana Tornado

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


October 17-24

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak Sequence of October 17-24, 2020; 2020 Nashoba, Oklahoma Tornado; snf 2020 Newkirk, Oklahoma Tornado

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


October 18 (Canada)

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 19 17 9 5 1 0 51


October 26-29

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of October 26-29, 2020 and 2020 Nix, Alabama Tornado

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


November

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



November 1-3

Main Article: November 1-3, 2020 Tornado Outbreak; 2020 Optima, Oklahoma Tornado; and 2020 Ovilla, Texas Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 68 55 27 8 1 0 159


November 6-12

Main Article: November 2020 Tornado Outbreak Sequence; 2020 Picher, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Piedmont-Shawnee, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Piedmont-El Reno-Guthrie, Oklahoma Tornado; and 2020 Palestine, Texas Tornado

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


November 15-17

Main Article: November 15-17, 2020 Tornado Outbreak; 2020 Shawnee-Prague, Oklahoma Tornado; and 2020 Stillwater-Ponca City, Oklahoma Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 156 187 76 23 9 3 454


November 19-22

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of November 19-22, 2020; 2020 Purdy, Missouri Tornado; 2020 Pyatt, Arkansas Tornado; and 2020 Racine, Missouri Tornado

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


November 24-27

Main Article: Late November 2020 Deep South Tornado Outbreak; 2020 Radium Springs, Georgia Tornado; 2020 Ringgold, Georgia Tornado; 2020 Montgomery, Louisiana Tornado; 2020 Monticello, Mississippi Tornado; 2020 Montpelier, Louisiana Tornado; 2020 Moselle, Mississippi Tornado; and 2020 Moscow, Tennessee Tornado

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


November 29-December 1

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of November 29-December 1, 2020; 2020 Lynchburg, Tennessee Tornado; and 2020 Lower Peach Tree, Alabama Tornado

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


December

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



December 3-4

Main Article: 2020 Great Plains Tornado Outbreak; 2020 Lufkin, Texas Tornado; 2020 Seward County, Kansas Tornado; 2020 Hugoton, Kansas Tornado; 2020 Elkhart, Kansas Tornado; 2020 Dalhart, Texas Tornado; 2020 Dallam County, Texas Tornado; 2020 Channing, Texas Tornado; 2020 Oldham County, Texas Tornado; 2020 Vega, Texas Tornado; 2020 Sherman County, Texas Tornado; 2020 Spearman, Texas Tornado; 2020 Dumas, Texas Tornado; 2020 Stinnett, Texas Tornado; 2020 Borger, Texas Tornado; 2020 Perryton, Texas Tornado; 2020 Booker, Texas Tornado; 2020 Lipscomb, Texas Tornado; 2020 Lipscomb County, Texas Tornado; 2020 Boise City, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Kenton, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Felt, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Griggs, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Hooker, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Tyrone, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Mouser, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Muncy, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Gate, Oklahoma Tornado; and 2020 Knowles, Oklahoma Tornado

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


December 6-13

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak Sequence of December 6-13, 2020; 2020 Elmwood, Oklahoma Tornado; and 2020 Floris, Oklahoma Tornado

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


December 14-17 (Hurricane Theta)

Main Article: Hurricane Theta Tornado Outbreak; 2020 Valentine, Texas Tornado; and 2020 Jeff Davis County, Texas Tornado

EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 56 80 41 16 3 0 196


December 19-22

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of December 19-22, 2020; 2020 Bryan's Corner, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Balko, Oklahoma Tornado; 2020 Randall County, Texas Tornado; 2020 Canyon, Texas Tornado; and 2020 Canyon-Amarillo, Texas Tornado

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


December 24-26

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of December 24-26, 2020; 2020 Clayton, New Mexico Tornado; 2020 Springfield, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Baca County, Colorado Tornado; 2020 Syracuse, Kansas Tornado; 2020 Johnson City, Kansas Tornado; 2020 Stanton County, Kansas Tornado; 2020 Elkhart, Kansas Tornado; 2020 Prowers County, Colorado; 2020 Baca County-Prowers County, Colorado Tornado; and 2020 Wheeless, Oklahoma Tornado

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


December 29-31

Main Article: Tornado Outbreak of December 29-31, 2020; 2020 Mesquite, Texas Tornado; 2020 Borden County-Garza County, Texas Tornado; 2020 Lamesa, Texas Tornado; 2020 Stanton, Texas Tornado; 2020 Martin County, Texas Tornado; 2020 Big Spring, Texas Tornado; 2020 Howard County, Texas Tornado; 2020 Colorado City, Texas Tornado; 2020 Snyder, Texas Tornado; 2020 Jayton, Texas Tornado; 2020 Post, Texas Tornado; 2020 Garza County, Texas Tornado; 2020 Tahoka, Texas Tornado; and 2020 Lynn County, Texas Tornado

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


See Also

  • List of United States tornadoes from January to February 2020
  • Tornado Outbreak of January 3-6, 2020
  • 2020 Palisade, Nebraska Tornado
  • 2020 Wallace, Kansas Tornado
  • 2020 Garden City, Kansas Tornado
  • 2020 Ensign, Kansas Tornado
  • 2020 Coalgate, Oklahoma Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of January 10-14, 2020
  • 2020 Reform, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Burkville-Montgomery, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Bullock County, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Gadsden, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Piedmont, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Vincent, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Delta, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Cox, Florida Tornado
  • 2020 White, Georgia Tornado
  • 2020 Plains, Georgia Tornado
  • 2020 Dexter, Georgia Tornado
  • 2020 Forest Acres, South Carolina Tornado
  • 2020 Kannapolis North Carolina Tornado
  • 2020 Statesville, North Carolina Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak Sequence of January 17-24, 2020
  • 2020 Fowlerton, Indiana Tornado
  • 2020 Speedway, Indiana Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of January 26-28, 2020
  • List of tornadoes in the Tornado Outbreak of January 26-28, 2020
  • 2020 Venus/Cedar Hill, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Katy-Cypress-Egypt, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Terrell, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Tyler-White Oak-Judson, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Hot Springs, Arkansas Tornado
  • 2020 Monroe, Louisiana Tornado
  • 2020 Lake Providence, Louisiana/Aberdeen, Mississippi Tornado
  • 2020 Hattiesburg, Mississippi Tornado
  • 2020 Madison, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Huntsville, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Lawrenceburg/Campbellsville, Tennessee Tornado
  • 2020 Houston/Amory, Mississippi Tornado
  • 2020 Montgomery-Franklin-Auburn, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Columbus/Milledgeville, Georgia Tornado
  • 2020 Chapel Hill/Murfreesboro, Tennessee Tornado
  • 2020 Birmingham, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Bridgeport, Alabama/Chattanooga, Tennessee Tornado
  • 2020 Cumberland Mountains Tornado
  • 2020 Meridian, Mississippi-Demopolis-Marion, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Loudon-Lenoir City-Farragut, Tennessee Tornado
  • 2020 Albertville/Crossville, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Woodstock, Georgia Tornado
  • 2020 Eufaula, Alabama/Americus, Georgia Tornado
  • 2020 Kingsport, Tennessee Tornado
  • 2020 Seneca-Clemson-Powdersville, South Carolina Tornado
  • 2020 Augusta, Georgia Tornado
  • 2020 Charleston, South Carolina Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of January 30-February 3, 2020
  • 2020 Tontitown, Arkansas Tornado
  • 2020 Whitehouse, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Atmore, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Independence, Louisiana Tornado
  • 2020 Katie-Wynnewood, Oklahoma Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak Sequence of February 4-12, 2020
  • 2020 York, Nebraska Tornado
  • 2020 Tryon, Nebraska Tornado
  • 2020 Loup City, Nebraska Tornado
  • 2020 Ralston, Nebraska Tornado
  • 2020 Sherman, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Laramie, Wyoming Tornado
  • 2020 Rocky Ford, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Centennial, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Castle Rock, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Wheat Ridge, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Aspen, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Greeley, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Boulder, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Windsor, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Adams County, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Elbert County, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Lakewood, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Golden, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Denver, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Littleton, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Colorado Springs, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Pueblo, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Fort Collins, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Loveland, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Arapahoe County, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Jefferson County, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Lake Providence, Louisiana Tornado
  • 2020 Ward, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Warsaw, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Oneonta, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Eutaw, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Lexington, Mississippi Tornado
  • 2020 Port Gibson, Mississippi Tornado
  • 2020 Fayette, Mississippi Tornado
  • 2020 Bonifay, Florida Tornado
  • 2020 Stone Mountain, Georgia Tornado
  • 2020 Decatur, Georgia Tornado
  • 2020 Sparta, Georgia Tornado
  • 2020 Manchester, Kentucky Tornado
  • 2020 Paris, Arkansas Tornado
  • 2020 Allendale, South Carolina Tornado
  • 2020 Chapel Hill, North Carolina Tornado
  • 2020 New Rochelle, New York Tornado
  • 2020 Amherst, Massachusetts Tornado
  • 2020 Brookline, Massachusetts Tornado
  • 2020 Worcester, Massachusetts Tornado
  • 2020 Boston, Massachusetts Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of February 16-17, 2020
  • 2020 Chicago, Illinois Tornado
  • 2020 Battle Creek, Michigan Tornado
  • 2020 Adamsville, Wisconsin Tornado
  • 2020 Delavan, Wisconsin Tornado
  • 2020 Oakdale, Minnesota Tornado
  • 2020 Alta, Illinois Tornado
  • 2020 Alvin, Illinois Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of February 19-21, 2020
  • 2020 Newbury Park, California Tornado
  • 2020 Cypress, California Tornado
  • 2020 Alameda, California Tornado
  • 2020 Piedmont, California Tornado
  • 2020 Guerneville, California Tornado
  • 2020 San Bernardino County-Inyo County, California Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of February 22-24, 2020
  • 2020 Anthony, Kansas Tornado
  • 2020 Altus, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Mingo, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Garnett, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Alsuma, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Carbondale, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Alva, Oklahoma Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of February 26-27, 2020
  • 2020 Isaban, West Virginia Tornado
  • 2020 Ashburn, Virginia Tornado
  • 2020 Landover, Maryland Tornado
  • 2020 Chapel Oaks-Cedar Heights, Maryland Tornado
  • 2020 Fairmount Heights, Maryland Tornado
  • 2020 Tornado Alley Tornado Outbreak
  • 2020 Aberdeen, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Agency, Iowa Tornado
  • 2020 Aetna, Kansas Tornado
  • 2020 Albany, Missouri Tornado
  • 2020 Albany, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Alden, Kansas Tornado
  • 2020 Alto, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Anita, Iowa Tornado
  • 2020 Anna, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Annona, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Bearden, Oklahoma
  • 2020 Del City-Midwest City, Oklahoma City Tornado
  • 2020 Newcastle-Moore-Oklahoma City-Shawnee, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Bethany, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Big Cabin, Oklahoma Tornado
  • West Coast Tornado Outbreak of March 6-8, 2020
  • 2020 Eureka, California Tornado
  • 2020 Humboldt County, California Tornado
  • 2020 Weaverville, California Tornado
  • 2020 Redding, California Tornado
  • 2020 Susanville, California Tornado
  • 2020 Rice, California Tornado
  • 2020 Alturas, California Tornado
  • 2020 Modoc County, California Tornado
  • 2020 Yreka, California Tornado
  • 2020 Crescent City, California Tornado
  • 2020 Nothing, Arizona Tornado
  • 2020 Mohave County, Arizona-Clark County, Nevada Tornado
  • 2020 Quartzsite, Arizona Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak Sequence of March 10-23, 2020
  • 2020 Abbeville, Georgia Tornado
  • 2020 Abbeville, Mississippi Tornado
  • 2020 Aberdeen, Mississippi Tornado
  • 2020 Adairsville, Georgia Tornado
  • 2020 Adel, Georgia Tornado
  • 2020 Americus, Georgia Tornado
  • 2020 Anton, Kentucky Tornado
  • 2020 Anutt, Missouri Tornado
  • 2020 Apex, North Carolina Tornado
  • 2020 Apison, Tennessee Tornado
  • 2020 Appleton, Arkansas Tornado
  • 2020 Arab, Missouri Tornado
  • 2020 Arcana, Indiana Tornado
  • 2020 Archer City, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Ardmore, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Argo, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Arkadelphia, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Arkadelphia, Arkansas Tornado
  • 2020 Arlington, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Arma, Kansas Tornado
  • 2020 Ashburn, Georgia Tornado
  • 2020 Ashdown, Arkansas Tornado
  • 2020 Ashland, Mississippi Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of March 25, 2021
  • 2021 Allendale County-Barnwell County, South Carolina Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of March 27-29, 2020
  • 2020 Barry, Missouri Tornado
  • 2020 Bartlett, Iowa Tornado
  • 2020 Basehor, Kansas Tornado
  • Northeast Tornado Outbreak of March 31-April 1, 2020
  • 2020 Bassfield, Mississippi Tornado
  • 2020 Soso, Mississippi Tornado
  • 2020 Jefferson County-Clairborne County-Copiah County-Hinds County, Mississippi Tornado
  • 2020 Hinds County-Yazoo County-Holmes County, Mississippi Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of April 3-4, 2020
  • 2020 Brandon, Mississippi Tornado
  • 2020 Branson, Missouri Tornado
  • 2020 Breaux Bridge, Louisiana Tornado
  • 2020 Bremen, Kentucky Tornado
  • 2020 Brent, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Briar, Missouri Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak Sequence of April 6-11, 2020
  • 2020 Seward County-Meade County-Clark County-Comanche County-Kiowa County, Kansas Tornado
  • 2020 Cashion, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Cassoday, Kansas Tornado
  • 2020 Copeville, Texas Tornado
  • April 2020 Oklahoma Tornado Outbreak
  • 2020 Canadian, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Camargo, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Carter, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Sand Springs, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Broken Arrow-Sand Springs-Tulsa, Oklahoma Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak Sequence of April 2020
  • 2020 Fackler, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Estill, South Carolina Tornado
  • 2020 Floyd, Arkansas Tornado
  • 2020 Fort Payne, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Franklin, Alabama Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of April 27-29, 2020
  • 2020 Pickensville-Sumiton, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Cross Keys, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Eoline, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Clio-Tuskegee, Alabama Tornado
  • Early May 2020 tornado outbreak sequence
  • 2020 Kingfisher County, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Tishomingo, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Blair, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 McAlester, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Frontenac, Kansas Tornado
  • 2020 Frost, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Garber, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Plainfield, Illinois Tornado
  • 2020 Murphysboro, Illinois Tornado
  • 2020 Capitol, Montana Tornado
  • 2020 Washington D.C. Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak Sequence of May 12-17, 2020
  • 2020 Huntland, Tennessee Tornado
  • 2020 Greentown, Indiana Tornado
  • 2020 Greenville, Kentucky Tornado
  • Super Outbreak of 2020
  • Tornado Outbreak Sequence of May 29-June 3, 2020
  • 2020 Dutchess Landing, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Texanna, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Shady Grove, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Vernon, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Lenna, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Council Hill, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Webbers Falls, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Sour John, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Vian-Gore-Marble City, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Pinhook Corner, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Brent, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Box, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Cherry Tree, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Zion, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Baron, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Bunch, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Greasy, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Briggs, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Tenkiller, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Zeb, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Cookson, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Grandview, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Dry Creek, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Okay, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Fair Oaks, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Toppers, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Taylor Ferry, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Wagoner County, Oklahoma Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of June 6-9, 2020
  • 2020 Ellington, Missouri Tornado
  • 2020 Bunker, Missouri Tornado
  • 2020 West Fork, Missouri Tornado
  • 2020 Ironton, Missouri Tornado
  • 2020 Iron County, Missouri Tornado
  • 2020 Junction City, Missouri Tornado
  • 2020 Cobalt, Missouri Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of June 12-14, 2020
  • 2020 Jordan Junction, South Dakota Tornado
  • 2020 Wewela, South Dakota Tornado
  • 2020 Colome, South Dakota Tornado
  • 2020 Winner, South Dakota Tornado
  • 2020 Gregory County, South Dakota Tornado
  • 2020 Gregory, South Dakota Tornado
  • 2020 Burke, South Dakota Tornado
  • 2020 St. Charles, South Dakota Tornado
  • 2020 Wagner, South Dakota Tornado
  • 2020 Platte, South Dakota Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak Sequence of June 16-23, 2020
  • 2020 Loving County, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Mentone, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Hay Flat, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Kermit, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Clarendon, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Wellington, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Memphis, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Hall County, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Childress County, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Childress, Texas Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak Sequence of June 26-30, 2020
  • 2020 Mountain Mills, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Maud, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Spring Valley, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Ford City, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Colbert County, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Killen, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Anderson, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Waterloo, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Alaska Tornado Outbreak
  • 2020 Fairbanks, Alaska Tornado
  • 2020 Anchorage, Alaska Tornado
  • 2020 Juneau, Alaska Tornado
  • 2020 Sand Point, Alaska Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of July 4-10, 2020
  • 2020 International Falls, Minnesota Tornado
  • 2020 Grand Rapids, Minnesota Tornado
  • 2020 Aitkin, Minnesota Tornado
  • 2020 Mora, Minnesota Tornado
  • 2020 Pine City, Minnesota Tornado
  • 2020 Carlton, Minnesota Tornado
  • 2020 Cloquet, Minnesota Tornado
  • 2020 Duluth, Minnesota Tornado
  • 2020 St. Louis County, Minnesota Tornado
  • 2020 Lake County, Minnesota Tornado
  • 2020 Two Harbors, Minnesota Tornado
  • 2020 Grand Marais, Minnesota Tornado
  • 2020 Cook County, Minnesota Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of July 12-13, 2020
  • 2020 Roberts County-Hemphill County, Texas-Roger Mills County-Ellis County, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 King County-Cottle County-Childress County-Collingsworth County, Texas-Beckham County-Roger Mills County-Ellis County-Harper County, Oklahoma-Clark County, Kansas Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak Sequence of July 15-24, 2020
  • 2020 Inverness, Mississippi Tornado
  • 2020 Isola, Mississippi Tornado
  • 2020 Itta Bena, Mississippi Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of July 26-29, 2020
  • 2020 Calhoun, Georgia Tornado
  • 2020 Gordon County, Georgia Tornado
  • 2020 Ellijay, Georgia Tornado
  • 2020 Gilmer County, Georgia Tornado
  • 2020 Pickens County, Georgia Tornado
  • 2020 Jasper, Georgia Tornado
  • 2020 Banks County-Habersham County, Georgia Tornado
  • 2020 Chatsworth, Georgia Tornado
  • 2020 Narrows, Georgia Tornado
  • Hurricane Marco Tornado Outbreak
  • 2020 Wilmington, North Carolina Tornado
  • 2020 Leland, North Carolina Tornado
  • 2020 Bolivia, North Carolina Tornado
  • 2020 Elizabethtown, North Carolina Tornado
  • 2020 Beaufort, North Carolina Tornado
  • 2020 Morehead City, North Carolina Tornado
  • 2020 New Bern, North Carolina Tornado
  • 2020 New Hanover County, North Carolina Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of August 5-6, 2020
  • 2020 Bradford, Pennsylvania Tornado
  • 2020 Smethport, Pennsylvania Tornado
  • 2020 Wellsboro, Pennsylvania Tornado
  • 2020 Mansfield, Pennsylvania Tornado
  • 2020 Coudersport, Pennsylvania Tornado
  • 2020 Potter County, Pennsylvania Tornado
  • 2020 Towanda, Pennsylvania Tornado
  • 2020 Sayre, Pennsylvania Tornado
  • 2020 Montrose, Pennsylvania Tornado
  • 2020 Forest City, Pennsylvania Tornado
  • 2020 Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania Tornado
  • 2020 Honesdale, Pennsylvania Tornado
  • 2020 Wayne County, Pennsylvania Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of August 8-11, 2020
  • 2020 Henderson, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Rusk County, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Carthage, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Nacogdoches, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Nacogdoches County, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Center, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Shelby County, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 San Augustine, Texas Tornado
  • August 2020 Great Plains Tornado Outbreak Sequence
  • 2020 Vernon, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Hale, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Joes, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Idalia, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Lindon, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 St. Petersberg, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Dailey, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Ovid, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Amherst, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Atwood-Ovid, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 McCook, Nebraska Tornado
  • 2020 Red Williow County, Nebraska Tornado
  • 2020 Curtis, Nebraska Tornado
  • 2020 Stockville, Nebraska Tornado
  • 2020 Frontier County, Nebraska Tornado
  • 2020 Beaver City, Nebraska Tornado
  • 2020 Cambridge, Nebraska Tornado
  • 2020 Elwood, Nebraska Tornado
  • 2020 Hayes Center, Nebraska Tornado
  • 2020 Trenton, Nebraska Tornado
  • 2020 Culbertson, Nebraska Tornado
  • 2020 Hitchcock County, Nebraska Tornado
  • 2020 Oakley, Kansas Tornado
  • 2020 Logan County, Kansas Tornado
  • 2020 Gove City, Kansas Tornado
  • 2020 Quinter, Kansas Tornado
  • 2020 Hoxie, Kansas Tornado
  • 2020 Colby, Kansas Tornado
  • 2020 Atwood, Kansas Tornado
  • 2020 Rawlins County, Kansas Tornado
  • 2020 Decatur County, Kansas Tornado
  • 2020 Freedom, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Dacoma, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Waynoka, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Driftwood, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Yewed, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Lambert, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Jet, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Helena, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Byron, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Wakita, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Sand Creek, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Medford, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Pond Creek, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Munday, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Benjamin, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Seymour-Wichita Falls, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Crowell, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Vernon, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Quanah, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Hawaii Tornado Outbreak
  • 2020 Kapa'a, Hawaii Tornado
  • 2020 Lihue, Hawaii Tornado
  • 2020 Honolulu, Hawaii Tornado
  • 2020 Kahului, Hawaii Tornado
  • 2020 Wailuku, Hawaii Tornado
  • 2020 Hilo, Hawaii Tornado
  • 2020 Kauai County, Hawaii Tornado
  • 2020 Maui County, Hawaii Tornado
  • 2020 Hawaii County, Hawaii Tornado
  • 2020 Honolulu County, Hawaii Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of August 23-24, 2020
  • 2020 Luther, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Macksville, Kansas Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of August 27-29, 2020
  • 2020 Mattoon, Illinois Tornado
  • 2020 Charleston, Illinois Tornado
  • 2020 Gorham-Murphysboro, Illionois Tornado
  • Hurricane Paul Tornado Outbreak
  • 2020 Natchez-Vicksburg-Jackson-Tupelo, Mississippi Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of September 7-11, 2020
  • 2020 Linden, North Carolina Tornado
  • 2020 Lizard Lick, North Carolina Tornado
  • 2020 Wendell, North Carolina Tornado
  • Hurricane Rene Tornado Outbreak
  • 2020 Ludlow, Mississippi Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of September 16-17, 2020
  • 2020 Newcastle-Moore-Shawnee, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Newcastle-El Reno, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Dixie Alley Tornado Outbreak
  • 2020 Oak Vale, Mississippi Tornado
  • 2020 Monticello, Mississippi Tornado
  • 2020 Monterey, Mississippi Tornado
  • 2020 Greene County-Tuscaloosa County-Jefferson County-Blount County, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Magee, Mississippi Tornado
  • Hurricane Teddy Tornado Outbreak
  • 2020 McComb-Jackson, Mississippi Tornado
  • 2020 Marvel, Alabama Tornado
  • Hurricane Vicky Tornado Outbreak
  • 2020 Marks, Mississippi Tornado
  • 2020 Marmaduke, Arkansas Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of October 1-4, 2020
  • 2020 Manhattan, Kansas Tornado
  • 2020 Manvel, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Loyal, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Lookeba, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Lone Grove, Oklahoma Tornado
  • October 7-8, 2020 Tornado Outbreak
  • 2020 Lane, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Lubbock-Amarillo, Texas Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of October 10-11, 2020
  • 2020 Learned, Mississippi Tornado
  • 2020 Leakesville, Mississippi Tornado
  • 2020 Laurel, Mississippi Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of October 13-15, 2020
  • 2020 La Paz, Indiana Tornado
  • 2020 La Porte, Indiana Tornado
  • 2020 South Bend-Elkhart, Indiana Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak Sequence of October 17-24, 2020
  • 2020 Nashoba, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Newkirk, Oklahoma Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of October 26-29, 2020
  • 2020 Nix, Alabama Tornado
  • November 1-3, 2020 Tornado Outbreak
  • 2020 Optima, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Ovilla, Texas Tornado
  • November 2020 Tornado Outbreak Sequence
  • 2020 Picher, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Piedmont-Shawnee, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Piedmont-El Reno-Guthrie, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Palestine, Texas Tornado
  • November 15-17, 2020 Tornado Outbreak
  • 2020 Shawnee-Prague, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Stillwater-Ponca City, Oklahoma Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of November 19-22, 2020
  • 2020 Purdy, Missouri Tornado
  • 2020 Pyatt, Arkansas Tornado
  • 2020 Racine, Missouri Tornado
  • Late November 2020 Deep South Tornado Outbreak
  • 2020 Radium Springs, Georgia Tornado
  • 2020 Ringgold, Georgia Tornado
  • 2020 Montgomery, Louisiana Tornado
  • 2020 Monticello, Mississippi Tornado
  • 2020 Montpelier, Louisiana Tornado
  • 2020 Moselle, Mississippi Tornado
  • 2020 Moscow, Tennessee Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of November 29-December 1, 2020
  • 2020 Lynchburg, Tennessee Tornado
  • 2020 Lower Peach Tree, Alabama Tornado
  • 2020 Great Plains Tornado Outbreak
  • 2020 Lufkin, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Seward County, Kansas Tornado
  • 2020 Hugoton, Kansas Tornado
  • 2020 Elkhart, Kansas Tornado
  • 2020 Dalhart, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Dallam County, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Channing, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Oldham County, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Vega, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Sherman County, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Spearman, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Dumas, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Stinnett, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Borger, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Perryton, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Booker, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Lipscomb, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Lipscomb County, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Boise City, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Kenton, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Felt, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Griggs, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Hooker, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Tyrone, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Mouser, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Muncy, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Gate, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Knowles, Oklahoma Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak Sequence of December 6-13, 2020
  • 2020 Elmwood, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Floris, Oklahoma Tornado
  • Hurricane Theta Tornado Outbreak
  • 2020 Valentine, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Jeff Davis County, Texas Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of December 19-22, 2020
  • 2020 Bryan's Corner, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Balko, Oklahoma Tornado
  • 2020 Randall County, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Canyon, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Canyon-Amarillo, Texas Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of December 24-26, 2020
  • 2020 Clayton, New Mexico Tornado
  • 2020 Springfield, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Baca County, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Syracuse, Kansas Tornado
  • 2020 Johnson City, Kansas Tornado
  • 2020 Stanton County, Kansas Tornado
  • 2020 Elkhart, Kansas Tornado
  • 2020 Prowers County, Colorado
  • 2020 Baca County-Prowers County, Colorado Tornado
  • 2020 Wheeless, Oklahoma Tornado
  • Tornado Outbreak of December 29-31, 2020
  • 2020 Mesquite, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Borden County-Garza County, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Lamesa, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Stanton, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Martin County, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Big Spring, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Howard County, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Colorado City, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Snyder, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Jayton, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Post, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Garza County, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Tahoka, Texas Tornado
  • 2020 Lynn County, Texas Tornado

Gallery

Hitman's Tornado Seasons
20182019202020212022202320242025
Hitman's 2020 Tornadoes
2020 Palisade, Nebraska Tornado2020 Wallace, Kansas Tornado2020 Garden City, Kansas Tornado2020 Ensign, Kansas Tornado2020 Coalgate, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Reform, Alabama Tornado2020 Burkville-Montgomery, Alabama Tornado2020 Union Springs, Alabama Tornado2020 Gadsden, Alabama Tornado2020 Piedmont, Alabama Tornado2020 Vincent, Alabama Tornado2020 Delta, Alabama Tornado2020 Cox, Florida Tornado2020 White, Georgia Tornado2020 Plains, Georgia Tornado2020 Dexter, Georgia Tornado2020 Forest Acres, South Carolina Tornado2020 Kannapolis North Carolina Tornado2020 Statesville, North Carolina Tornado2020 Fowlerton, Indiana Tornado2020 Speedway, Indiana Tornado2020 York, Nebraska Tornado2020 Tryon, Nebraska Tornado2020 Loup City, Nebraska Tornado2020 Ralston, Nebraska Tornado2020 Sherman, Texas Tornado2020 Laramie, Wyoming Tornado2020 Rocky Ford, Colorado Tornado2020 Centennial, Colorado Tornado2020 Castle Rock, Colorado Tornado2020 Wheat Ridge, Colorado Tornado2020 Aspen, Colorado Tornado2020 Greeley, Colorado Tornado2020 Boulder, Colorado Tornado2020 Windsor, Colorado Tornado2020 Adams County, Colorado Tornado2020 Elbert County, Colorado Tornado2020 Lakewood, Colorado Tornado2020 Golden, Colorado Tornado2020 Denver, Colorado Tornado2020 Littleton, Colorado Tornado2020 Colorado Springs, Colorado Tornado2020 Pueblo, Colorado Tornado2020 Fort Collins, Colorado Tornado2020 Loveland, Colorado Tornado2020 Arapahoe County, Colorado Tornado2020 Jefferson County, Colorado Tornado2020 Lake Providence, Louisiana Tornado2020 Ward, Alabama Tornado2020 Warsaw, Alabama Tornado2020 Oneonta, Alabama Tornado2020 Eutaw, Alabama Tornado2020 Lexington, Mississippi Tornado2020 Port Gibson, Mississippi Tornado2020 Fayette, Mississippi Tornado2020 Bonifay, Florida Tornado2020 Stone Mountain, Georgia Tornado2020 Decatur, Georgia Tornado2020 Sparta, Georgia Tornado2020 Manchester, Kentucky Tornado2020 Paris, Arkansas Tornado2020 Allendale, South Carolina Tornado2020 Chapel Hill, North Carolina Tornado2020 New Rochelle, New York Tornado2020 Amherst, Massachusetts Tornado2020 Brookline, Massachusetts Tornado2020 Worcester, Massachusetts Tornado2020 Boston, Massachusetts Tornado2020 Chicago, Illinois Tornado2020 Auburn-Enterprise-Dothan, Alabama Tornado2020 Scottsboro, Alabama Tornado2020 Phil Campbell, Alabama Tornado2020 Double Springs, Alabama Tornado2020 Macon County, Alabama Tornado2020 Oak Ridge, Tennessee Tornado2020 Athens, Mississippi Tornado2020 Ider, Alabama Tornado2020 Vernon, Alabama Tornado2020 Philadelphia, Mississippi Tornado2020 Steens, Mississippi Tornado2020 Muncie, Indiana Tornado2020 Pickensville-Sumiton, Alabama Tornado2020 McAlester, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Blair, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Tishomingo, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Kingfisher County, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Plainfield, Illinois Tornado2020 Murphysboro, Illinois Tornado2020 Capitol, Montana Tornado2020 Washington D.C. Tornado2020 Oshtemo, Michigan tornado2020 Richmond, Virginia Tornado2020 Charlottesville, Virginia Tornado2020 Petersburg, Virginia Tornado2020 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Tornado2020 Erie, Pennsylvania Tornado2020 Raleigh, North Carolina Tornado2020 Durham, North Carolina Tornado2020 Knoxville, Tennessee Tornado2020 Jackson, Tennessee Tornado2020 Cookeville, Tennessee Tornado2020 Nashville, Tennessee Tornado2020 Memphis, Tennessee Tornado2020 Springfield, Missouri Tornado2020 Kansas City, Missouri Tornado2020 Leavenworth, Kansas Tornado2020 Lincoln, Nebraska Tornado2020 Lexington, Kentucky Tornado2020 St. Louis, Missouri-East St. Louis, Illinois Tornado2020 Des Moines, Iowa Tornado2020 Dubuque, Iowa Tornado2020 Minneapolis, Minnesota Tornado2020 St. Paul, Minnesota Tornado2020 Kenosha, Wisconsin Tornado2020 Milwaukee, Wisconsin Tornado2020 Madison, Wisconsin Tornado2020 Naperville, Illinois Tornado2020 Indianapolis, Indiana Tornado2020 Gary, Indiana Tornado2020 Lansing, Michigan Tornado2020 Dearborn, Michigan Tornado2020 Detroit, Michigan Tornado2020 Cincinnati, Ohio Tornado2020 Columbus, Ohio Tornado2020 Akron, Ohio Tornado2020 Cleveland, Ohio Tornado2020 Bismarck, North Dakota Tornado2020 Pierre, South Dakota Tornado2020 Rapid City, South Dakota Tornado2020 Sioux Falls, South Dakota Tornado2020 Pine Ridge, South Dakota Tornado2020 Hyden, Kentucky Tornado2020 Brandenburg, Kentucky Tornado2020 Louisville, Kentucky Tornado2020 Covington, Kentucky Tornado2020 Steubenville, Ohio Tornado2020 Niles, Ohio Tornado2020 Lorain, Ohio Tornado2020 Dayton, Ohio Tornado2020 Midway, Indiana Tornado2020 Kalamazoo, Michigan Tornado2020 South Bend, Indiana Tornado2020 Dunlap, Indiana Tornado2020 Lebanon, Indiana Tornado2020 Griffin, Indiana Tornado2020 Depauw, Indiana Tornado2020 Gorham, Illinois Tornado2020 Palestine, Illinois Tornado2020 Alton, Illinois Tornado2020 Flint, Michigan Tornado2020 Joliet, Illinois Tornado2020 Jordan, Iowa Tornado2020 Austin, Minnesota Tornado2020 Lake Wilson, Minnesota Tornado2020 Renville County, Minnesota Tornado2020 Fargo, North Dakota Tornado2020 Hallam, Nebraska Tornado2020 Joplin, Missouri Tornado2020 Snyder, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Solomon, Kansas Tornado2020 Grand Island, Nebraska Tornado2020 Pittsburg, Kansas Tornado2020 Wichita, Kansas Tornado2020 Casper, Wyoming Tornado2020 Cheyenne, Wyoming Tornado2020 Gillette, Wyoming Tornado2020 Garland, Texas Tornado2020 Billings, Montana Tornado2020 Missoula, Montana Tornado2020 Great Falls, Montana Tornado2020 Bozeman, Montana Tornado2020 Hinton, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Blanchard, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Reading, Kansas Tornado2020 Goldsby, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Mangum, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Perry-Mulhall, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Abilene, Kansas Tornado2020 Greensburg, Kansas Tornado2020 Golden City, Missouri Tornado2020 La Grange, Missouri Tornado2020 Oologah, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Hugo, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Rozel, Kansas Tornado2020 Valley Mills, Texas Tornado2020 Pampa, Texas Tornado2020 Tulsa, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Allison, Texas Tornado2020 Bridge Creek, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Chickasha, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Butler, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Davis, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Amber, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Arapho-Custer City-Thomas, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Denton-Gainesville-Thackerville, Texas-Dibble-Blanchard-Mustang-Yukon-Kingfisher, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Eagle City, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Mountain View, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Wichita Falls, Texas Tornado2020 Dodge City, Kansas Tornado2020 Eustace, Texas Tornado2020 Sapulpa, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Granbury, Texas Tornado2020 Liberal, Kansas Tornado2020 Silsbee, Texas Tornado2020 Bradley, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Omaha, Nebraska Tornado2020 Elmer, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Camanche, Iowa Tornado2020 Jefferson City, Missouri Tornado2020 McPherson, Kansas Tornado2020 Shawnee, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Loyal, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Katie, Oklahoma Tornado
Hitman's 2020 Outbreaks
Tornado Outbreak of January 3-6, 2020Tornado Outbreak of January 10-14, 2020Tornado Outbreak Sequence of January 17-24, 2020Tornado Outbreak of January 26-28, 2020Tornado Outbreak of February 1-2,2020Tornado Outbreak Sequence of February 4-12, 2020Tornado Outbreak of February 16-17, 2020Tornado Outbreak of February 19-21, 2020Tornado Outbreak of February 22-24, 2020Tornado Outbreak of February 26-27, 20202020 Tornado Alley Tornado OutbreakWest Coast Tornado Outbreak of March 6-8, 2020Tornado Outbreak Sequence of March 10-23, 2020Tornado Outbreak of March 27-29, 2020Northeast Tornado Outbreak of March 31-April 1, 2020Tornado Outbreak of April 3-4, 2020Tornado Outbreak Sequence of April 6-11, 2020Tornado outbreak Sequence of April 2020April 2020 Oklahoma Tornado OutbreakTornado Outbreak of April 27-29, 2020Early May 2020 tornado outbreak sequenceTornado Outbreak Sequence of May 12-17, 2020Super Outbreak of 2020Tornado Outbreak Sequence of May 29-June 3, 2020Tornado Outbreak of June 5-9, 2020Tornado Outbreak of June 12-14, 2020Tornado Outbreak Sequence of June 16-23, 2020Tornado Outbreak Sequence of June 26-30, 20202020 Alaska Tornado OutbreakTornado Outbreak of July 4-10, 2020Tornado Outbreak of July 12-13, 2020Tornado Outbreak Sequence of July 15-24, 2020Tornado Outbreak of July 26-29, 2020Hurricane Marco Tornado OutbreakTornado Outbreak of August 5-6, 2020Tornado Outbreak of August 8-11, 2020August 2020 Great Plains Tornado Outbreak Sequence2020 Hawaii Tornado OutbreakTornado Outbreak of August 23-24, 2020Tornado Outbreak of August 27-29, 2020Hurricane Paul Tornado OutbreakTornado Outbreak of September 7-11, 2020Hurricane Rene Tornado OutbreakTornado Outbreak of September 16-17, 20202020 Dixie Alley Tornado OutbreakHurricane Teddy Tornado OutbreakHurricane Vicky Tornado OutbreakTornado Outbreak of October 1-4, 2020October 7-8, 2020 Tornado OutbreakTornado Outbreak of October 10-11, 2020Tornado Outbreak of October 13-15, 2020Tornado Outbreak of October 26-29, 2020November 1-3, 2020 Tornado OutbreakNovember 2020 Tornado Outbreak SequenceNovember 15-17, 2020 Tornado OutbreakTornado Outbreak of November 19-22, 2020Late November 2020 Deep South Tornado OutbreakTornado Outbreak of November 29-December 1, 20202020 Great Plains Tornado OutbreakTornado Outbreak Sequence of December 6-13, 2020Hurricane Theta Tornado OutbreakTornado Outbreak of December 19-22, 2020Tornado Outbreak of December 24-26, 2020Tornado Outbreak of December 29-31, 2020
Hitman's 2020 EF4 Tornadoes
2020 Wallace, Kansas Tornado2020 Garden City, Kansas Tornado2020 Ensign, Kansas Tornado2020 Reform, Alabama Tornado2020 Gadsden, Alabama Tornado2020 Vincent, Alabama Tornado2020 Forest Acres, South Carolina Tornado2020 Statesville, North Carolina Tornado2020 Fowlerton, Indiana Tornado2020 Tryon, Nebraska Tornado2020 Loup City, Nebraska Tornado2020 Laramie, Wyoming Tornado2020 Castle Rock, Colorado Tornado2020 Wheat Ridge, Colorado Tornado2020 Aspen, Colorado Tornado2020 Greeley, Colorado Tornado2020 Windsor, Colorado Tornado2020 Lake Providence, Louisiana Tornado2020 Ward, Alabama Tornado2020 Warsaw, Alabama Tornado2020 Eutaw, Alabama Tornado2020 Port Gibson, Mississippi Tornado2020 Fayette, Mississippi Tornado2020 Bonifay, Florida Tornado2020 Sparta, Georgia Tornado2020 Paris, Arkansas Tornado2020 New Rochelle, New York Tornado2020 Amherst, Massachusetts Tornado2020 Brookline, Massachusetts Tornado2020 Oak Ridge, Tennessee Tornado2020 Athens, Mississippi Tornado2020 Vernon, Alabama Tornado2020 Steens, Mississippi Tornado2020 Pickensville-Sumiton, Alabama Tornado2020 McAlester, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Tishomingo, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Plainfield, Illinois Tornado2020 Murphysboro, Illinois Tornado2020 Capitol, Montana Tornado2020 Washington D.C. Tornado2020 Oshtemo, Michigan tornado2020 Hyden, Kentucky Tornado2020 Louisville, Kentucky Tornado2020 Steubenville, Ohio Tornado2020 Dayton, Ohio Tornado2020 Kalamazoo, Michigan Tornado2020 South Bend, Indiana Tornado2020 Dunlap, Indiana Tornado2020 Gorham, Illinois Tornado2020 Joliet, Illinois Tornado2020 Renville County, Minnesota Tornado2020 Erie, Pennsylvania Tornado2020 Knoxville, Tennessee Tornado2020 Jackson, Tennessee Tornado2020 Cookeville, Tennessee Tornado2020 Springfield, Missouri Tornado2020 Leavenworth, Kansas Tornado2020 Dubuque, Iowa Tornado2020 Kenosha, Wisconsin Tornado2020 Madison, Wisconsin Tornado2020 Lansing, Michigan Tornado2020 Bismarck, North Dakota Tornado2020 Pierre, South Dakota Tornado2020 Pine Ridge, South Dakota Tornado2020 Billings, Montana Tornado2020 Missoula, Montana Tornado2020 Great Falls, Montana Tornado2020 Bozeman, Montana Tornado2020 Solomon, Kansas Tornado2020 Abilene, Kansas Tornado2020 Valley Mills, Texas Tornado2020 Eustace, Texas Tornado2020 Granbury, Texas Tornado2020 Bradley, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Jefferson City, Missouri Tornado2020 Cheyenne, Wyoming Tornado2020 Gillette, Wyoming Tornado2020 Garland, Texas Tornado
Hitman's 2020 EF5 Tornadoes
2020 Burkville-Montgomery, Alabama Tornado2020 Union Springs, Alabama Tornado2020 Piedmont, Alabama Tornado2020 Delta, Alabama Tornado2020 Cox, Florida Tornado2020 White, Georgia Tornado2020 Plains, Georgia Tornado2020 Dexter, Georgia Tornado2020 Kannapolis North Carolina Tornado2020 York, Nebraska Tornado2020 Ralston, Nebraska Tornado2020 Rocky Ford, Colorado Tornado2020 Centennial, Colorado Tornado2020 Boulder, Colorado Tornado2020 Adams County, Colorado Tornado2020 Elbert County, Colorado Tornado2020 Lakewood, Colorado Tornado2020 Golden, Colorado Tornado2020 Denver, Colorado Tornado2020 Littleton, Colorado Tornado2020 Colorado Springs, Colorado Tornado2020 Pueblo, Colorado Tornado2020 Fort Collins, Colorado Tornado2020 Loveland, Colorado Tornado2020 Arapahoe County, Colorado Tornado2020 Jefferson County, Colorado Tornado2020 Oneonta, Alabama Tornado2020 Lexington, Mississippi Tornado2020 Stone Mountain, Georgia Tornado2020 Decatur, Georgia Tornado2020 Allendale, South Carolina Tornado2020 Worcester, Massachusetts Tornado2020 Boston, Massachusetts Tornado2020 Chicago, Illinois Tornado2020 Auburn-Enterprise-Dothan, Alabama Tornado2020 Scottsboro, Alabama Tornado2020 Phil Campbell, Alabama Tornado2020 Double Springs, Alabama Tornado2020 Macon County, Alabama Tornado2020 Ider, Alabama Tornado2020 Vernon, Alabama Tornado2020 Philadelphia, Mississippi Tornado2020 Muncie, Indiana Tornado2020 Blair, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Kingfisher County, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Richmond, Virginia Tornado2020 Charlottesville, Virginia Tornado2020 Petersburg, Virginia Tornado2020 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Tornado2020 Raleigh, North Carolina Tornado2020 Durham, North Carolina Tornado2020 Nashville, Tennessee Tornado2020 Memphis, Tennessee Tornado2020 Kansas City, Missouri Tornado2020 Lincoln, Nebraska Tornado2020 Lexington, Kentucky Tornado2020 St. Louis, Missouri-East St. Louis, Illinois Tornado2020 Des Moines, Iowa Tornado2020 Minneapolis, Minnesota Tornado2020 St. Paul, Minnesota Tornado2020 Milwaukee, Wisconsin Tornado2020 Naperville, Illinois Tornado2020 Indianapolis, Indiana Tornado2020 Gary, Indiana Tornado2020 Dearborn, Michigan Tornado2020 Detroit, Michigan Tornado2020 Cincinnati, Ohio Tornado2020 Columbus, Ohio Tornado2020 Akron, Ohio Tornado2020 Cleveland, Ohio Tornado2020 Rapid City, South Dakota Tornado2020 Sioux Falls, South Dakota Tornado2020 Brandenburg, Kentucky Tornado2020 Covington, Kentucky Tornado2020 Niles, Ohio Tornado2020 Lorain, Ohio Tornado2020 Midway, Indiana Tornado2020 Lebanon, Indiana Tornado2020 Griffin, Indiana Tornado2020 Depauw, Indiana Tornado2020 Palestine, Illinois Tornado2020 Alton, Illinois Tornado2020 Flint, Michigan Tornado2020 Jordan, Iowa Tornado2020 Austin, Minnesota Tornado2020 Lake Wilson, Minnesota Tornado2020 Fargo, North Dakota Tornado2020 Hallam, Nebraska Tornado2020 Grand Island, Nebraska Tornado2020 Joplin, Missouri Tornado2020 Snyder, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Goldsby, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Mangum, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Perry-Mulhall, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Greensburg, Kansas Tornado2020 Pittsburg, Kansas Tornado2020 Wichita, Kansas Tornado2020 Casper, Wyoming Tornado2020 Hinton, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Blanchard, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Reading, Kansas Tornado2020 Golden City, Missouri Tornado2020 La Grange, Missouri Tornado2020 Oologah, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Hugo, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Rozel, Kansas Tornado2020 Pampa, Texas Tornado2020 Noble, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Tulsa, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Allison, Texas Tornado2020 Arapho-Custer City-Thomas, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Denton-Gainesville-Thackerville, Texas-Dibble-Blanchard-Mustang-Yukon-Kingfisher, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Eagle City, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Mountain View, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Bridge Creek, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Chickasha, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Butler, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Davis, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Amber, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Wichita Falls, Texas Tornado2020 Dodge City, Kansas Tornado2020 Sapulpa, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Liberal, Kansas Tornado2020 Silsbee, Texas Tornado2020 Omaha, Nebraska Tornado2020 Elmer, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Camanche, Iowa Tornado2020 McPherson, Kansas Tornado2020 Shawnee, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Loyal, Oklahoma Tornado2020 Katie, Oklahoma Tornado
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