||W of Shannon to SW of Verona
||9 miles (14 km)
||A tornado destroyed one home.
||SE of Bruce
||0.1 miles (0.16 km)
||A tornado destroyed or badly damaged two homes.
||N of Woody
||2.7 miles (4.3 km)
||A tornado damaged three barns, five homes, and numerous outbuildings. Trees were uprooted as well. The tornado is not listed as significant by Grazulis.
||S of Bowmantown
||3 miles (4.8 km)
||A grain storage house was unroofed, and 20 large trees were blown down. A barn was shifted 3 feet (1 yd) off its foundation, and flying debris damaged a home.
||S of Hamilton to N of Piney Grove
||Marion, Winston, Lawrence
||51.4 miles (82.7 km)
||This long-tracked tornado was probably a tornado family. A few small houses were leveled at the end of the path. Trees were damaged along a path up to 1 mi (1.6 km) in width, and a car was carried 0.25 mi (0.40 km). Five people may have been injured, but are not officially counted.
||NE of Battleground to N of Cottonville
||38.8 miles (62.4 km)
||2 deaths – A tornado hit between Florette and Oleander. Over 150 homes were damaged or destroyed in the small, rural communities of Rock Creek, Lawrence Cove, Briddle Mountain, and Cotaco Valley—all in southern Morgan County. At least 90 (perhaps 125) people were injured.
||S of Hulaco to NE of Warrenton
||Cullman, Morgan, Marshall
||16.3 miles (26.2 km)
||Numerous, small homes and barns were destroyed. The tornado followed a path similar to that of the preceding tornado. The tornado is rated F2 by Grazulis.
||NE of Plainville to NE of Calhoun
||10.3 miles (16.6 km)
||A tornado struck a trailer park, injuring five (perhaps 20) people. 70 buildings were damaged or destroyed.
||SE of Chula to Douglas
||Tift, Irwin, Coffee
||41.3 miles (66.5 km)
||One large home lost its roof and others were "shifted." A barn and a lumber mill were destroyed. The tornado is rated F2 by Grazulis.
||N of Jacksonville
||14.7 miles (23.7 km)
||1 death – A truck was thrown 100 ft (30 m), killing the occupant. Two homes and a church were destroyed as well. A refrigerator was thrown 250 yd (750 ft).
||E of Benevolence to N of Brooksville
||5.2 miles (8.4 km)
||Three homes, two barns, and a church were destroyed.
||Cross Keys to S of Santuc
||15.2 miles (24.5 km)
||A tornado struck near Cross Anchor. Three homes were destroyed and 57 others were damaged.
||NE of Heath Springs to Jefferson to Roseboro, NC
||Lancaster, Chesterfield, Marlboro, Scotland (NC), Robeson (NC), Cumberland (NC), Sampson (NC)
||121.4 miles (195.4 km)
||4 deaths – This was a long-lived tornado family containing at least two separate tornadoes, both of which may have been tornado families themselves. The first (F3) tornado touched down near Flat Creek and moved into the town of Jefferson, tearing apart 23 of 25 buildings on Main Street and destroying or damaging 141 homes and 156 other structures. Continuous damage of F2 and F3 intensity extended from Jefferson to near Cheraw and Wallace. The tornado destroyed or damaged 25 homes in Wallace. Pieces of a cotton gin were carried over 10 mi (16 km). The second (F4) tornado touched down near McColl and crossed into North Carolina near Johns and east of Maxton. A gas station, small homes, and several barns were destroyed. The only F4 damage occurred between Roseboro and Parkersburg, where four people died and about 20 homes were leveled. Well over 397 homes and businesses were damaged or destroyed along the path, including more than 100 in Sampson County alone.
||SW of Ocean View
||1 mile (1.6 km)
||This tornado was originally listed as a strong wind in Storm Data. Two people were injured.
||0.8 miles (1.3 km)
||100 buildings were damaged, 25 of which were "destroyed." Some of the homes were flattened. The tornado is rated F3 by Grazulis.
||SE of Concord
||8 miles (13 km)
||Nine homes were leveled and 12 others were damaged near Rosehill and Magnolia. Debris was strewn over many acres, and at least one home had its concrete foundation cracked "as if by heavy sledge hammer."
|Sources: NCDC Storm Events Database, Grazulis 1993