List of Late-May 2008 tornado outbreak sequence tornadoes

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House reduced to its basement by an EF5 tornado in Parkersburg, Iowa.

The Late-May 2008 tornado outbreak sequence from May 22, 2008 to May 31, 2008 affected much of the central United States and parts of Canada. A total of 239 tornadoes touched down as a result of the outbreak sequence.

The first outbreak lasted from May 22 to May 25 and produced over 170 tornado reports including several large and destructive tornadoes including in Windsor, Colorado, Quinter, Kansas, Hugo, Minnesota and Parkersburg, Iowa. The Parkersburg tornado was rated an EF5 on the Enhanced Fujita Scale with winds of 205 mph. Nine people were killed in Iowa, two in Kansas and one in each Minnesota and Colorado.

The second outbreak lasted from May 29 to May 31 and produced 96 tornado reports from Wyoming to Virginia.

Weaker tornadoes between the two main outbreaks occurred also from May 26 to May 28 in Wyoming, Texas, New Mexico, Kansas, Illinois, Indiana and Ontario.

This is the list of tornadoes from the Late-May 2008 tornado outbreak sequence.

Reported tornadoes[edit]

Note: three tornadoes in Canada were rated according to the original Fujita scale, but are included in the chart below using their number rated.

Confirmed tornadoes by Enhanced Fujita rating
EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
143 62 21 11 1 1 238

May 22 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Thursday, May 22, 2008
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Colorado
EF3 NE of Platteville to NE of Fort Collins Weld, Larimer 40°29′N 104°55′W / 40.49°N 104.91°W / 40.49; -104.91 1826 35 miles
(56 km)
1 death - See section on this tornado
EF1 SW of Dacono Weld unknown unknown .1 miles
(56 km)
Brief tornado destroyed 5 outbuildings and overturned a fifth-wheel trailer, injuring the man inside.[1]
Wyoming
EF0 SE of Perkins Albany unknown unknown .1 miles
(32 km)
Brief tornado downed two trees and damaged a garage door.[2]
EF2 SW of Buford to Laramie Albany 41°19′N 105°35′W / 41.31°N 105.58°W / 41.31; -105.58 1910 20 miles
(32 km)
Tornado tracked across the eastern and northern parts of Laramie. A high school, a junior high school and a Wal-Mart were damaged, along with numerous houses nearby. A convenience store and an apartment building had their roofs torn off, and a dance club lost its porch and part of its roof. Trees were downed and semi-trucks were overturned as well. One person was injured near Buford.[3][4]
EF1 E of Cheyenne Laramie 41°04′N 105°21′W / 41.07°N 105.35°W / 41.07; -105.35 0228 1 mile
(1.6 km)
A pole barn was destroyed.[5]
EF0 SW of Cheyenne Laramie 41°17′N 105°14′W / 41.28°N 105.24°W / 41.28; -105.24 0232 unknown Brief tornado remained over open country and caused no damage.[6]
California
EF0 SE of March Air Reserve Base Riverside unknown unknown .89 miles
(32 km)
Tornado moved through open fields near March ARB, causing no damage.[7]
EF2 W of March Air Reserve Base Riverside unknown unknown 2.8 miles
(32 km)
Tornado crossed Interstate 215 and tossed a semi-truck 40 feet into the air, severely injuring the driver. Nine railroad cars were blown off the tracks, and several homes in the area sustained roof damage.[8]
EF0 NW of March Air Reserve Base Riverside unknown unknown .96 miles
(32 km)
Tornado occurred simultaneously with the previous tornado, though this one remained over a field and caused no damage.[9]
EF0 S of Woodcrest Riverside unknown unknown .36 miles
(32 km)
Tornado remained over an unpopulated hilly area, causing no damage.[10]
Kansas
EF0 SW of Gove Gove 38°47′N 100°44′W / 38.78°N 100.73°W / 38.78; -100.73 2045 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[11]
EF0 S of Grinnell Gove 38°59′N 100°38′W / 38.98°N 100.63°W / 38.98; -100.63 2107 3 miles
(4.8 km)
Rope tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[12]
EF1 W of Selden to SW of Oberlin Sheridan, Decatur 39°08′N 100°31′W / 39.14°N 100.51°W / 39.14; -100.51 2211 17.5 miles
(28 km)
Near Selden, a farmstead sustained EF1 damage, where trees and outbuildings were damaged. Near Oberlin, additional outbuildings were damaged, along with irrigation pivots. [13]
EF0 W of Grainfield Gove, Sheridan 39°08′N 100°31′W / 39.14°N 100.51°W / 39.14; -100.51 2214 11 miles
(17.6 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[14]
EF0 NW of Alamota Lane 39°28′N 100°22′W / 39.46°N 100.37°W / 39.46; -100.37 2232 5 miles
(8 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[15]
EF1 SW of Oberlin Decatur 39°47′N 100°34′W / 39.79°N 100.57°W / 39.79; -100.57 2248 13 miles
(20.8 km)
Large wedge tornado. Damage was limited to irrigation pivots, some of which were destroyed.[16]
EF2 W of Hoxie Sheridan 39°24′N 100°29′W / 39.40°N 100.49°W / 39.40; -100.49 2255 9 miles
(14.4 km)
Large multiple-vortex tornado tore the roof off of a house and destroyed a large metal outbuilding. Another home sustained lesser damage and a small outbuilding was destroyed nearby. An irrigation sprinkler was overturned, and significant tree damage occurred as well.[17]
EF1 SE of Gove Gove 38°47′N 100°10′W / 38.79°N 100.17°W / 38.79; -100.17 2308 8 miles
(12.8 km)
Homes sustained severe roof damage, and outbuildings were damaged or destroyed.[18]
EF0 SE of Selden (1st tornado) Sheridan 2318 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[19]
EF0 SE of Selden (2nd tornado) Sheridan 2320 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[20]
EF0 S of Collyer Trego 38°59′N 100°07′W / 38.99°N 100.12°W / 38.99; -100.12 2326 5 miles
(8 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[21]
EF1 N of Dresden to N of Lebanon Decatur (KS), Red Willow (NE) 39°37′N 100°25′W / 39.61°N 100.41°W / 39.61; -100.41 2331 34 miles
(54.4 km)
In Kansas, numerous outbuildings were destroyed and many power poles were snapped. In Nebraska, a stock trailer was pushed 6 feet and 4 oil tanks were blown over, with one being tossed 1/4 of a mile. About 25 additional power poles were damaged or snapped as well.[22][23]
EF0 SE of Quinter Gove 2332 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Brief tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[24]
EF1 SW of Utica Ness 38°34′N 100°13′W / 38.57°N 100.22°W / 38.57; -100.22 0100 4 miles
(6.4 km)
A large shed was destroyed and fencing was downed.[25]
EF0 SE of Pendennis Lane 38°33′N 100°16′W / 38.55°N 100.26°W / 38.55; -100.26 0105 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Brief tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[26]
EF0 SW of Trego Center Trego unknown unknown 6.9 miles
(4.8 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[27]
EF1 Wakeeney Trego 38°58′N 99°53′W / 38.97°N 99.89°W / 38.97; -99.89 0157 3 miles
(4.8 km)
Rain-wrapped cone tornado caused considerable damage in town. Near the beginning of the path, a hangar and several several small airplanes were destroyed at the Trego-Wakeeney Airport, and at a nearby campground, a fifth-wheel trailer was rolled, an unanchored cabin was destroyed, tree limbs were snapped, and shingles were torn from the manager's office roof. As the tornado struck Wakeeney directly, the local high school had part of its roof peeled back, several small storage buildings were destroyed, several trees were uprooted in town, and a large quonset building was destroyed. A brick barn lost its roof before the tornado dissipated.[28]
Nebraska
EF0 S of Wauneta Chase 2229 unknown Tornado remained over open country, causing no noticeable damage, though a pheasant rooster was found defeathered.[29]
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for May 22, 2008, NWS Goodland, NWS Denver, NWS Dodge City

May 23 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Friday, May 23, 2008
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Wyoming
EF1 NW of Cheyenne Laramie 41°16′N 104°58′W / 41.27°N 104.96°W / 41.27; -104.96 2113 3 miles
(4.8 km)
Tornado remained mostly over open country, causing little damage.[30]
EF0 NE of Chuggwater to NE of Wheatland Platte 42°04′N 104°49′W / 42.07°N 104.82°W / 42.07; -104.82 2200 20 miles
(32 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[31]
EF0 SW of Pine Bluffs Laramie 41°07′N 104°09′W / 41.12°N 104.15°W / 41.12; -104.15 2209 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[32]
EF1 SW of La Grange to SW of Yoder Goshen 41°31′N 104°10′W / 41.52°N 104.16°W / 41.52; -104.16 2326 24 miles
(38.4 km)
Tornado remained mainly over open country, though a mobile home lost it's roof.[33]
Kansas
EF0 SE of Gove (1st tornado) Gove 2102 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Brief tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[34]
EF0 SE of Quinter Gove 2120 5 miles
(8 km)
Large tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[35]
EF0 SE of Friend Finney 2129 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Small tornado caused minor tree damage.[36]
EF1 W of Quinter (1st tornado) Gove, Sheridan 39°04′N 100°16′W / 39.07°N 100.26°W / 39.07; -100.26 2134 5 miles
(8 km)
Tornado caused damage to utility poles and trees.[37]
EF2 W of Quinter (2nd tornado) Gove, Sheridan 39°04′N 100°16′W / 39.07°N 100.26°W / 39.07; -100.26 2135 14 miles
(22.4 km)
Large wedge tornado. Near the beginning of the path, utility poles, roofs, and outbuildings were damaged. The tornado reached EF2 strength further along the path, damaging farmsteads and snapping numerous utility poles. A mobile home was thrown into a frame home, destroying both structures.[38]
EF1 W of Dighton Lane 38°29′N 100°29′W / 38.48°N 100.48°W / 38.48; -100.48 2201 8 miles
(12.8 km)
Tornado damaged irrigation sprinklers and power poles.[39]
EF1 S of Studley Graham 39°14′N 100°10′W / 39.23°N 100.16°W / 39.23; -100.16 2210 14 miles
(22.4 km)
Large wedge tornado snapped numerous power poles.[40]
EF1 N of Dighton Lane 2215 3 miles
(4.8 km)
An irrigation sprinkler was damaged.[41]
EF0 NW of Dighton Lane 38°29′N 100°28′W / 38.49°N 100.47°W / 38.49; -100.47 2215 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Tornado caused minor tree damage.[42]
EF0 E of Healy Lane 2222 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[43]
EF0 SE of Ingalls Gray 37°47′N 100°24′W / 37.79°N 100.40°W / 37.79; -100.40 2224 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Very brief tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[44]
EF1 NW of Shields Lane 2235 4 miles
(6.4 km)
Tornado caused damage to trees.[45]
EF0 SE of Gove (2nd tornado) Gove 2235 5 miles
(8 km)
Rope tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[46]
EF0 NE of Shields Lane 2245 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[47]
EF4 SW of Quinter to E of Park Gove 39°03′N 100°09′W / 39.05°N 100.15°W / 39.05; -100.15 2310 11 miles
(17.6 km)
Large, violent wedge tornado extensively damaged multiple farmsteads, including one where the farmhouse was swept completely away with only the basement remaining, and two vehicles were thrown 200 yards. A car was thrown from Interstate 70, injuring the driver. Another person was injured when he was struck by flying debris as he climbed into his storm shelter.[48]
EF0 N of Kalvesta to SE of Alamota Finney, Hodgeman, Ness, Lane 2325 6 miles
(9.6 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[49]
EF0 NW of Englewood Clark 2337 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Tornado caused minor tree damage.[50]
EF0 SE of Beeler Ness 2352 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[51]
EF0 SW of Studley Sheridan 2352 4 miles
(6.4 km)
Large wedge tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[52]
EF0 SW of Laird Ness 2358 4 miles
(6.4 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[53]
EF0 NW of Ashland Clark 0001 3 miles
(4.8 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[54]
EF0 NW of Leoti Wichita 38°30′N 101°25′W / 38.50°N 101.41°W / 38.50; -101.41 0005 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Brief tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[55]
EF2 N of Laird Ness 0007 12 mile
(19.2 km)
Large tornado heavily damaged trees, large power poles, a large storage tank, a barn, and hay bales.[56]
EF0 S of Tasco Sheridan 39°10′N 100°14′W / 39.17°N 100.23°W / 39.17; -100.23 0015 6 miles
(9.6 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[57]
EF3 Clark State Lake to SW of Mullinville Clark, Kiowa 0025 21 mile
(33.6 km)
This massive wedge tornado reached a maximum width of 1.8 miles. Near Clark State Lake, numerous power poles were snapped, 20 head of cattle were killed, an oil tank battery was carried 1.8 miles into a grove of trees, and two old houses were destroyed along with several barns. A man attempting to take shelter in one of the barns was injured when the structure was swept completely away. Several semi-trucks were flipped, with another man sustaining severe injuries in one of them. Near Mullinville, a house built with concrete walls had its roof torn off, many trees were snapped, and a power pole from an unknown location was found deposited in a field with wires still attached.[58][59]
EF2 SE of Arnold Ness 0025 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Satellite tornado to the Laird area EF2. Extensive tree damage occurred.[60]
EF3 S of Osgood to SW of Cedar Bluff Reservoir Ness, Trego 0029 9 miles
(14.4 km)
Near Osgood, this large wedge tornado destroyed an old stone house, denuded and debarked trees, killed 5 head of cattle, downed numerous power poles, and carried a farm implement 1/2 of a mile away from where it originated. Near the Cedar Bluff Reservoir, the tornado caused extensive damage to trees and fences before dissipating.[61][62]
EF1 N of Clark State Lake Clark 37°31′N 99°47′W / 37.51°N 99.78°W / 37.51; -99.78 0042 7 miles
(11.2 km)
Tornado caused damage to trees, outbuildings and irrigation sprinklers.[63]
EF1 NE of Clark State Lake Clark 0043 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Satellite tornado to the very large Mullinville EF3. Damage was limited to trees.[64]
EF1 NW of Brownell Trego 38°42′N 99°49′W / 38.70°N 99.82°W / 38.70; -99.82 0049 8 miles
(12.8 km)
A horse trailer was carried 50 feet. Power poles and trees were damaged as well.[65]
EF2 SE of Cedar Bluff Reservoir Trego 0058 9 miles
(14.4 km)
Mile-wide wedge tornado damaged a house, trees, and power poles. A large outbuilding was completely destroyed, oil tanks were ruptured, and several head of cattle were killed. A combine was rolled by the tornado as well.[66]
EF0 SE of Joy Kiowa 0111 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Minor tree damage occurred as a result of this tornado.[67]
EF2 SW of Riga Trego 0117 8 miles
(12.8 km)
Tornado caused extensive tree damage.[68]
EF0 SSW of Joy Kiowa 0117 1.2 miles
(1.6 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[69]
EF1 Ellis Ellis 38°56′N 99°34′W / 38.94°N 99.56°W / 38.94; -99.56 0128 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Large tornado struck the town of Ellis directly, damaging outbuildings, a storage tank, power poles, and houses. One person was injured by flying debris.[70]
EF0 NE of Greensburg Kiowa 37°37′N 99°19′W / 37.61°N 99.31°W / 37.61; -99.31 0134 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[71]
EF0 S of Greensburg Kiowa 0135 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[72]
EF0 N of Ellis (1st tornado) Ellis 0140 6 miles
(9.6 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[73]
EF1 S of Riga to Ellis Trego, Ellis 0144 6 miles
(9.6 km)
Second tornado to strike the town of Ellis during this outbreak. Outside of town, trees and power poles were damaged. Within Ellis, outbuildings and power poles were damaged, and numerous homes sustained roof damage.[74]
EF0 NE of Brenham Kiowa 37°37′N 99°19′W / 37.61°N 99.31°W / 37.61; -99.31 0156 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[75]
EF1 SE of Riga to N of Ellis Trego, Ellis 0207 6 miles
(9.6 km)
Tornado damaged trees, outbuildings, an oil tank, and a grain silo.[76]
EF0 N of Wellsford to SE of Hopewell Kiowa, Edwards, Pratt 0208 unknown Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[77]
EF1 NW of Turkville Ellis, Rooks 0208 4 miles
(6.4 km)
Tornado damaged trees, power poles, and an outbuilding.[78]
EF0 N of Ellis (2nd tornado) Ellis 38°57′N 99°34′W / 38.95°N 99.56°W / 38.95; -99.56 0216 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Brief tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[79]
EF3 S of Trousdale Edwards, Pratt, Stafford 37°44′N 99°05′W / 37.74°N 99.08°W / 37.74; -99.08 0216 9 miles
(14.4 km)
Large wedge tornado caused damage to trees, irrigation sprinklers, power poles, and grain bins. Several homes were damaged to varying degrees as well. The EF3 rating was based on trees that were debarked and denuded in Stafford County. One person was seriously injured.[80]
EF0 E of Aetna Barber 0222 5 miles
(8 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[81]
EF0 E of Sitka (1st tornado) Clark, Comanche 37°02′N 99°36′W / 37.03°N 99.60°W / 37.03; -99.60 0226 4 miles
(6.4 km)
Tornado caused minor tree damage.[82]
EF1 NW of Bloom Ford 0226 6 miles
(9.6 km)
Tornado caused damage to irrigation sprinklers and a grain bin.[83]
EF1 Protection Comanche 0230 6 miles
(9.6 km)
Large, high-end EF1 tornado caused damage in the town of Protection. Extensive tree damage occurred outside of town as well.[84]
EF0 E of Deerhead Barber 0241 4 miles
(6.4 km)
Tornado caused minor tree damage.[85]
EF0 SW of Sillwyn Stafford 0244 5 miles
(8 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[86]
EF1 SE of Plainville Rooks 39°12′N 99°16′W / 39.20°N 99.26°W / 39.20; -99.26 0245 6 miles
(9.6 km)
Power poles were snapped by the tornado.[87]
EF0 NE of Protection Comanche 0245 4 miles
(6.4 km)
Tornado caused minor tree damage.[88]
EF2 NW of Coldwater to S of Greensburg Comanche, Kiowa 0252 14 miles
(22.4 km)
Near Coldwater, the tornado caused EF1 damage to trees, irrigation sprinklers, and a house. Near Greensburg, the tornado reached EF2 strength, causing extensive tree damage and snapping multiple power poles before dissipating.[89]
EF0 N of Hudson Stafford 38°10′N 98°40′W / 38.16°N 98.66°W / 38.16; -98.66 0303 9 miles
(14.4 km)
Tornado downed a few power lines.[90]
EF2 NE of Lake City Barber 0308 7 miles
(11.2 km)
Tornado caused extensive tree damage along its path.[91]
EF0 SW of Greensburg Kiowa 0311 4 miles
(6.4 km)
Minor tree damage occurred and tin was wrapped around a fence.[92]
EF1 E of Sitka (2nd tornado) Clark 0312 10 miles
(16 km)
Tornado caused damage to trees and power poles.[93]
EF2 E of Windthorst to S of Offerle Ford, Edwards 0312 17 miles
(27.2 km)
Tornado snapped trees and power poles. Irrigation sprinklers, a house, and a grain bin were damaged as well.[94]
EF1 E of Elm Mills Barber, Pratt 0315 13 miles
(20.8 km)
Damage along the path was limited to trees.[95]
EF0 NE of Elm Mills Barber, Pratt 0317 3 miles
(4.8 km)
Tornado caused minor tree damage.[96]
EF3 E of Cairo Pratt 37°38′N 98°30′W / 37.64°N 98.50°W / 37.64; -98.50 0324 24 miles (38.6 km) 2 deaths - Tornado lofted a car from Highway 54 and carried it 567 yards through the air before dropping it into a wheat field, killing the couple inside and leaving the vehicle unrecognizable. Another vehicle was tossed into a ditch a short distance down the road, injuring the two occupants. A nearby house was destroyed, and several other homes along the path sustained minor to moderate damage.[97]
EF1 SE of Great Bend Barton 38°17′N 98°42′W / 38.28°N 98.70°W / 38.28; -98.70 0330 unknown A house was pushed off of its foundation and a barn was completely destroyed.[98]
EF0 S of Ellinwood Barton 38°17′N 98°39′W / 38.28°N 98.65°W / 38.28; -98.65 0338 unknown Five power poles were snapped and minor tree damage occurred.[99]
EF2 NE of Kinsley Edwards 0341 5 miles
(8 km)
A barn was completely destroyed, extensive tree damage occurred, and two irrigation sprinklers were damaged.[100]
EF0 NW of Byers Pratt 0404 4 miles
(6.4 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[101]
EF1 W of Olcott Reno 0410 6 miles
(9.6 km)
A couple of homesteads, several trees, and a few power poles were damaged.[102]
EF0 E of Partridge Reno 37°58′N 98°01′W / 37.97°N 98.02°W / 37.97; -98.02 0511 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Brief tornado touched down in an open field, causing no damage.[103]
Colorado
EF0 S of Gill Weld 40°23′N 104°31′W / 40.39°N 104.52°W / 40.39; -104.52 2133 unknown Small landspout tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[104]
EF0 E of Arapahoe Cheyenne 38°52′N 102°03′W / 38.86°N 102.05°W / 38.86; -102.05 2333 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Tornado remained over open country and caused no damage.[105]
EF1 N of Kaufmann Weld 40°55′N 103°50′W / 40.91°N 103.83°W / 40.91; -103.83 0000 unknown Stock trailers were overturned, and fences and power lines were toppled.[106]
Nebraska
EF0 SW of Bushnell Kimball 2310 3 miles
(4.8 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[107]
Oklahoma
EF3 NE of Fort Supply Harper 36°40′N 99°27′W / 36.67°N 99.45°W / 36.67; -99.45 0110 9 miles
(14.4 km)
Narrow, but strong tornado caused major damage to two homes, including one that was destroyed. A workshop building was also destroyed, with a semi-cab and a horse trailer stored inside being thrown 50 yards. Another workshop building sustained major damage further along the path, and a heavy, full, fiberglass water tank was moved and destroyed. Two horses were injured by flying debris.[108]
EF0 N of Buffalo to S of Sitka Harper, Clark (KS) 0158 9 miles
(14.4 km)
In Oklahoma, a house sustained minor shingle damage, pieces of tin were scattered about, and minor tree damage occurred. Additional minor damage occurred in Kansas before the tornado dissipated.[109]
EF3 NE of Camp Houston to E of Buttermilk Woods, Comanche (KS) 0159 11 miles
(17.6 km)
In Oklahoma, this large wedge tornado caused extensive EF2 tree damage. In Kansas, the tornado reached EF3 strength, where several head of cattle were killed, an oil tank was found 2 miles away from where it originated, and several trees were sandblasted and completely debarked. Several antique vehicles were thrown long distances as well, a few of which were never located (likely dropped into isolated ravines in the area).[110]
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for May 23, 2008, NWS Goodland, NWS Norman, NWS Wichita List of deadly tornadoes in 2008, NWS Dodge City

May 24 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes – Saturday, May 24, 2008
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Oklahoma
EF1 N of Lacey Kingfisher 36°07′N 98°07′W / 36.12°N 98.12°W / 36.12; -98.12 1927 2.1 miles
(3.4 km)
A helicopter broadcast live aerial video of this large cone tornado as it severely damaged a pig farm. Some trees and a trailer were damaged as well before the tornado dissipated.[111]
EF2 NW of Hennessey Kingfisher 36°08′N 98°03′W / 36.14°N 98.05°W / 36.14; -98.05 1945 2.5 miles
(4 km)
An abandoned farmhouse had its roof torn off, trees were snapped and uprooted, grain silos were damaged, power poles were snapped, and wheat was flattened in farm fields.[112]
EF0 SW of Bison Garfield 2007 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Tornado caused minor tree damage.[113]
EF0 SE of Bison Garfield 2048 unknown A stone barn was damaged and minor tree damage occurred.[114]
EF0 SW of Douglas Garfield 2110 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Large metal electrical transmission towers sustained some damage.[115]
EF2 S of Covington Garfield 2121 11.2 miles
(17 km)
Large multiple-vortex tornado caused significant tree damage, snapped power poles, destroyed outbuildings, and tossed a well-anchored mobile home onto Highway 74. One residence had its false roof destroyed, and a horse trailer was thrown 300 yards.[116]
EF1 S of Haywood Garfield 2217 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Tornado destroyed a 100-year-old church and caused roof damage to a home. Oil storage equipment was knocked down, and tree damage occurred as well.[117]
EF0 SE of Haywood Garfield 2253 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Trees and oil storage tanks were damaged by this large wedge tornado.[118]
EF0 W of Orlando (1st tornado) Logan 2302 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[119]
EF0 W of Orlando (2nd tornado) Logan, Noble 2303 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[120]
South Dakota
EF0 NE of Cherry Creek (1st tornado) Ziebach 2204 unknown Tornado remained over open country and caused no damage.[121]
EF0 NE of Cherry Creek (2nd tornado) Ziebach 2211 unknown Tornado remained over open country and caused no damage.[122]
EF0 NE of Cherry Creek (3rd tornado) Ziebach 2211 unknown Tornado remained over open country and caused no damage.[123]
EF0 S of Parade Dewey 44°53′N 101°06′W / 44.88°N 101.10°W / 44.88; -101.10 2218 unknown Tornado destroyed two old sheds, along with part of an old barn.[124]
EF0 SE of Parade Dewey 45°01′N 100°58′W / 45.02°N 100.96°W / 45.02; -100.96 2220 unknown Tornado remained over open country and caused no damage.[125]
EF0 SW of Thatcher (1st tornado) Dewey 2221 unknown Tornado remained over open country and caused no damage.[126]
EF0 SW of Thatcher (2nd tornado) Dewey 44°58′N 101°01′W / 44.96°N 101.02°W / 44.96; -101.02 2224 3 miles
(4.8 km)
Tornado remained over open country and caused no damage.[127]
North Dakota
EF0 SW of Guelph Dickey 0038 4 miles
(6.4 km)
Tornado snapped off tree limbs.[128]
EF0 NW of Oakes Dickey 46°08′N 98°13′W / 46.14°N 98.21°W / 46.14; -98.21 0050 6 miles
(9.6 km)
Tornado caused minor damage to a farmhouse.[129]
EF0 NE of Glover Dickey 0059 8 miles
(12.8 km)
Tornado uprooted trees and snapped off tree limbs.[130]
EF1 S of New Salem Morton 46°47′N 101°29′W / 46.79°N 101.49°W / 46.79; -101.49 0110 6 miles
(9.6 km)
Tornado struck multiple farmsteads, causing minor damage to farmhouses and heavily damaging or destroying multiple outbuildings. Trees were snapped and horse trailers were moved and pushed over.[131]
EF0 SW of Englevale Ransom 0120 unknown Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[132]
EF0 NW of Sweet Briar Morton 0124 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[133]
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for May 24, 2008, NWS Bismarck, NWS Norman, NWS Aberdeen

May 25 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Sunday, May 25, 2008
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Kansas
EF1 NE of Manning Lane 38°34′N 100°41′W / 38.57°N 100.68°W / 38.57; -100.68 1957 3 miles
(4.8 km)
Brief tornado damaged trees and a barn.[134]
EF0 E of Scott City Scott 38°34′N 100°41′W / 38.57°N 100.68°W / 38.57; -100.68 1958 unknown Very brief tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[135]
EF0 S of Nekoma Rush 38°25′N 99°26′W / 38.41°N 99.44°W / 38.41; -99.44 2037 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Multiple-vortex tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[136]
EF0 SE of La Crosse Rush 38°31′N 99°18′W / 38.52°N 99.30°W / 38.52; -99.30 2115 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Very brief tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[137]
EF0 N of Riga Trego 39°00′N 99°38′W / 39.00°N 99.63°W / 39.00; -99.63 2123 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Landspout tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[138]
EF0 N of Otis Rush 38°33′N 99°03′W / 38.55°N 99.05°W / 38.55; -99.05 2147 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Very brief tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[139]
EF0 S of Bison Rush 38°31′N 99°12′W / 38.51°N 99.20°W / 38.51; -99.20 2149 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[140]
EF0 W of Timken Rush 38°33′N 99°03′W / 38.55°N 99.05°W / 38.55; -99.05 2150 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Slow-moving landspout tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[141]
EF0 N of Galatia (1st tornado) Barton 38°40′N 98°58′W / 38.67°N 98.96°W / 38.67; -98.96 2222 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[142]
EF0 N of Galatia (2nd tornado) Barton 38°40′N 98°58′W / 38.66°N 98.96°W / 38.66; -98.96 2256 6 miles
(9.6 km)
Brief tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[143]
EF0 NE of Holyrood Ellsworth 38°40′N 98°58′W / 38.66°N 98.96°W / 38.66; -98.96 2355 unknown Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[144]
EF0 N of New Cambria Saline 0005 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[145]
Texas
EF0 NW of Channing Hartley 35°44′N 102°22′W / 35.74°N 102.36°W / 35.74; -102.36 2029 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Damage was limited to snapped tree branches.[146]
EF0 NE of Channing Hartley, Moore 35°44′N 102°16′W / 35.74°N 102.26°W / 35.74; -102.26 2037 7 miles
(11 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[147]
EF0 SW of Pringle Hutchinson 35°55′N 101°34′W / 35.91°N 101.57°W / 35.91; -101.57 2153 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[148]
Minnesota
EF1 Coon Rapids to Blaine Anoka 45°11′N 93°32′W / 45.19°N 93.54°W / 45.19; -93.54 2135 6 miles
(9.6 km)
Tornado caused moderate damage in the Minneapolis-St. Paul suburbs of Coon Rapids and Blaine. Numerous trees were snapped and uprooted and homes sustained roof and siding damage. One home was pushed off of its foundation, and several garages and sheds were destroyed as well. Two people were injured in a store parking lot when they were picked up and tossed to the ground by the tornado.[149]
EF3 Lino Lakes to Hugo Anoka, Washington 45°11′N 93°32′W / 45.19°N 93.54°W / 45.19; -93.54 2155 6 miles
(9.6 km)
1 death - Heavily rain-wrapped tornado caused major damage in the Minneapolis-St. Paul suburbs of Lino Lakes and Hugo. In Lino Lakes, the tornado downed trees and lifted boat docks along Peltier Lake. Several barns, grain bins, and silos were destroyed in that area as well. The worst damage occurred in northern Hugo, particularly within the Creekside Preserve subdivision, where many homes were damaged or destroyed. A total of 794 homes were damaged, 91 of which sustained moderate damage. 27 of the homes were destroyed or left uninhabitable, a few of which completely collapsed (though these homes were poorly anchored and context was not indicative of a violent tornado). The fatality occurred when a two-year-old child was thrown from his home as it was destroyed. 17 others were injured.[150]
EF0 SW of Marine on St. Croix Washington 2210 1 Mile
(1.6 km)
Hundreds of trees damaged at the Warner Nature Reserve, one of which landed on a park building, slightly damaging it.[151]
EF0 Marine on St. Croix to SW of East Farmington Washington, St. Croix (WI), Polk (WI) 2215 0.5 miles
(800 m)
Tornado damaged many trees along the St. Croix River, a few of which landed on homes. Scattered tree damage occurred in Wisconsin as well.
EF0 N of Whipholt Cass 2248 4 miles
(6.4 km)
Waterspout remained over Leech Lake, causing no damage.[152]
Manitoba
F0 Letellier area RM of Montcalm 2139 unknown Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.
Iowa
EF5 S of Aplington to W of Fairbank Grundy, Butler, Black Hawk 42°35′N 92°55′W / 42.58°N 92.92°W / 42.58; -92.92 2148 43 miles (69 km) 9 deaths - See section on this tornado
EF3 SE of Fairbank to W of Greeley Buchanan, Delaware 42°38′N 92°03′W / 42.64°N 92.05°W / 42.64; -92.05 2305 32.4 miles
(52 km)
Large, rain-wrapped wedge tornado developed after the EF5 Parkersburg/New Hartford tornado dissipated. In Buchanan county, the tornado struck the south side of Hazleton, where 10 homes, 50 unanchored mobile homes at a dealership, and numerous outbuildings were destroyed. Other homes in town sustained structural damage, numerous trees and power poles were downed, and an SUV was flipped, injuring the three people inside. In Delaware County, the tornado weakened to EF1 strength, damaging farmsteads, trees, and power lines before dissipating.[153]
EF1 NE of Weldon Clarke 41°00′N 93°44′W / 41.00°N 93.73°W / 41.00; -93.73 2325 7 miles
(11.2 km)
Brief tornado remained over open country, causing minimal damage.[154]
EF1 S of Lamont Buchanan 2340 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Tornado caused damage to outbuildings and trees.[155]
EF1 S of Petersburg to N of Dyersville Delaware, Dubuque 42°32′N 91°20′W / 42.53°N 91.34°W / 42.53; -91.34 0031 7.75 miles
(12 km)
Near Petersburg, trees, power poles, and numerous farm outbuildings were damaged. Near Dyersville, the tornado damaged over 1,000 trees at New Wine Park before dissipating.[156]
EF1 S of Victor Iowa 41°42′N 92°17′W / 41.70°N 92.29°W / 41.70; -92.29 0406 6 miles
(9.6 km)
Grain bins and other farm outbuildings were damaged or destroyed.[157]
EF0 N of North Liberty Johnson 41°47′N 91°37′W / 41.78°N 91.61°W / 41.78; -91.61 0438 0.1 mile
(160 m)
One home suffered minor roof, gutter, and siding damage and also had its garage door blown in. A few trees were uprooted and snapped off as well.[158]
Wisconsin
EF0 N of Connersville Dunn 2155 4 miles
(6.4 km)
Numerous trees were toppled, along with damage to a few barns, silos, and outbuildings.[159]
EF0 SE of Mosinee Marathon 0200 0.1 mile
(160 m)
Brief tornado damaged several apple trees and blew a pine tree over onto a shed.[160]
Illinois
EF0 WNW of Murphysboro Jackson 37°50′N 89°17′W / 37.84°N 89.29°W / 37.84; -89.29 2335 0.2 mile
(320 m)
Brief tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[161]
North Dakota
EF0 NW of Hamilton Pembina 48°29′N 97°19′W / 48.49°N 97.31°W / 48.49; -97.31 0019 unknown Brief tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[162]
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for May 25, 2008, NWS Des Moines, NWS Paducah, NWS Twin Cities, NWS Quad Cities, Storm Data - NWS Amarillo, CTV Winnipeg

May 26 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Monday, May 26, 2008
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Kansas
EF0 S of Wellsford Kiowa 37°33′N 99°01′W / 37.55°N 99.02°W / 37.55; -99.02 2304 unknown Very brief tornado remained over open country and caused no damage.[163]
EF1 NE of Macksville Stafford 2308 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Tornado caused damage to trees and an irrigation sprinkler.[164]
EF0 S of Pratt Pratt 37°37′N 98°44′W / 37.62°N 98.74°W / 37.62; -98.74 0005 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[165]
EF1 E of Pratt Pratt 37°39′N 98°40′W / 37.65°N 98.66°W / 37.65; -98.66 0009 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Tornado caused damage to trees and power poles.[166]
Texas
EF0 SE of Baldridge Pecos 30°53′N 102°35′W / 30.89°N 102.58°W / 30.89; -102.58 2307 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[167]
EF0 NE of Wellington Collingsworth 2326 unknown Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[168]
EF0 NW of Dodson Collingsworth 2343 unknown Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[169]
Ontario
F0 Windy Lake Provincial Park Greater Sudbury 2040 unknown Waterspout remained over the lake, causing no damage.
F0 E of Redbridge Nipissing District 2230 unknown Minor tree damage occurred near Reynolds Lake.
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for May 26, 2008, Ontario Weather Review - May 2008

May 27 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Tuesday, May 27, 2008
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Illinois
EF0 SE of Olney Richland 38°40′N 88°02′W / 38.67°N 88.04°W / 38.67; -88.04 1740 unknown Brief landspout remained over open country, causing no damage.[170]
Indiana
EF0 E of Graham Daviess 38°43′N 87°10′W / 38.72°N 87.17°W / 38.72; -87.17 1912 unknown Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[171]
Texas
EF0 N of Friendship Dawson 32°41′N 102°01′W / 32.68°N 102.02°W / 32.68; -102.02 0002 unknown Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[172]
EF0 NW of Patricia Dawson 0045 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Very brief tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[173]
EF0 SW of Friendship Dawson 32°35′N 102°10′W / 32.59°N 102.16°W / 32.59; -102.16 0100 unknown Brief tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[174]
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for May 27, 2008

May 28 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Wednesday, May 28, 2008
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Wyoming
EF0 Dubois Fremont 43°32′N 109°38′W / 43.54°N 109.64°W / 43.54; -109.64 2108 unknown Brief tornado blew the roof off of a restroom facility in town and snapped a sign support pole. A window at a nearby residence was shattered by flying debris, causing minor injuries to a woman inside.[175]
New Mexico
EF0 N of Sunset Lincoln 2245 unknown Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[176]
EF0 N of Tecolotitio San Miguel 2345 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[177]
EF0 N of Tucumcari San Miguel 35°18′N 103°44′W / 35.30°N 103.73°W / 35.30; -103.73 0227 unknown Brief tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[178]
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for May 28, 2008, NWS Riverton

May 29 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes – Thursday, May 29, 2008
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Wyoming
EF0 NE of Thermopolis Hot Springs 43°45′N 108°04′W / 43.75°N 108.07°W / 43.75; -108.07 1834 unknown Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[179]
EF0 SE of Buffalo Johnson 44°14′N 106°20′W / 44.23°N 106.34°W / 44.23; -106.34 2125 unknown Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[180]
Kansas
EF0 E of Hoxie Sheridan 39°22′N 100°21′W / 39.36°N 100.35°W / 39.36; -100.35 2140 4 miles
(6.4 km)
Narrow tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[181]
EF0 S of Hoxie Sheridan 39°13′N 100°26′W / 39.22°N 100.44°W / 39.22; -100.44 2245 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Rain-wrapped tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[182]
EF1 S of Palco Rooks 39°15′N 99°36′W / 39.25°N 99.60°W / 39.25; -99.60 2302 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Tornado struck four farmsteads, with damage to outbuildings, garages, and trees. A wood-frame metal building was completely destroyed.[183]
EF1 Woodston Rooks 39°27′N 99°06′W / 39.45°N 99.10°W / 39.45; -99.10 2336 unknown Brief tornado moved through town, with a brick building and a nearby house sustaining the heaviest damage.[184]
EF0 NW of Zurich Rooks 39°15′N 99°20′W / 39.25°N 99.33°W / 39.25; -99.33 0005 unknown Brief tornado damaged a few power poles.[185]
EF0 E of Zurich Rooks 0009 unknown Brief tornado snapped a few power poles.[186]
EF1 S of Downs to N of Tipton Osborne, Mitchell 39°26′N 98°33′W / 39.43°N 98.55°W / 39.43; -98.55 0116 16 miles
(25.6 km)
Tornado damaged trees and power poles along it's path, and eventually merged with the larger, more powerful Glen Elder/Jewell EF3.[187]
EF3 SW of Glen Elder to N of Jewell Mitchell, Jewell 39°38′N 98°09′W / 39.63°N 98.15°W / 39.63; -98.15 0130 18 miles
(29 km)
Near Glen Elder, this large multiple-vortex tornado produced EF2 damage, heavily damaging farmsteads and snapping trees and power poles. Additional farmsteads sustained major damage further to the northeast before the tornado reached EF3 strength and struck the west side of Jewell. A cafe, a trucking company, and several homes in town were destroyed, and the town's water tower was toppled to the ground. Trees in town were stripped, several large metal buildings were destroyed, vehicles were tossed, and several railroad cars were blown over as well. The tornado dissipated just north of Jewell.[188][189]
EF0 SW of Randall Mitchell, Jewell 0158 10 miles
(16 km)
Tornado caused minor damage to trees, power poles, and wheat fields.[190]
EF3 SW of Formoso to N of Fairbury Jewell, Republic, Thayer (NE), Jefferson (NE) 39°43′N 97°53′W / 39.72°N 97.89°W / 39.72; -97.89 0234 54 miles
(86.4 km)
Strong, long-tracked wedge tornado initially remained over open country before passing near Courtland at EF3 strength, where power poles were snapped, trees were ripped out of the ground and thrown, headstones were toppled at a cemetery, barns, grains bins, and outbuildings were destroyed, an old schoolhouse was destroyed, and an old stone house was destroyed as well. Several other homes sustained moderate to major damage. The tornado crossed into Nebraska and produced EF1 damage near Hubell, damaging grain bins, trees, and power poles. A few homes and outbuildings sustained roof damage as well. Additional power pole and outbuilding damage occurred further along the path before the tornado re-strengthened to EF2 intensity near Fairbury, where a garage was destroyed, a house had its roof torn off, a large barn was destroyed, several hangars were destroyed at the Fairbury Airport, and several large trees were snapped before the tornado dissipated.[191][192]
Nebraska
EF0 E of Stockville Frontier 2050 unknown Brief tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[193]
EF0 W of Elwood Gosper 2110 6 miles
(9.6 km)
Brief tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[194]
EF0 NE of Smithfield to NE of Westmark Gosper, Phelps 2132 21 miles
(33.6 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[195]
EF2 N of Funk to S of Kearney Phelps, Buffalo 40°40′N 99°16′W / 40.66°N 99.26°W / 40.66; -99.26 2216 14 miles
(23 km)
Near Funk, this tornado caused major damage to outbuildings and grain silos. The tornado weakened to EF0 strength as passed south of Kearny, damaging a billboard, irrigation piping, trees, and power poles.[196]
EF1 W of Kearney to Shelton Buffalo 2220 26 miles
(41.6 km)
Multiple-vortex tornado began west of Kearney, blowing numerous empty coal train cars off the tracks. The tornado moved directly through downtown Kearney, toppling numerous trees and tree limbs onto homes, businesses, and vehicles, and causing widespread roof and siding damage. Signs and power lines were downed, and empty grain bins were displaced as well. The tornado caused tree damage in the towns of Gibbon and Shelton before dissipating.[197]
EF2 W of Kearney to NE of Wood River Buffalo, Hall 40°42′N 99°07′W / 40.70°N 99.12°W / 40.70; -99.12 2226 30 miles
(48 km)
Large rain-wrapped tornado caused considerable damage in Kearney, including at the University of Nebraska at Kearney campus. An apartment building sustained major damage, losing much of its roof along with a wall, and cars in the parking lot were thrown into a pile. Extensive tree damage occurred at Harmon Park, and a building near the hospital had its roof torn off. The local fairgrounds sustained major damage, and the Expo Center building partially collapsed. A hangar was completely destroyed and collapsed onto a private jet at the local airport as well. The tornado weakened as it continued through rural areas east of town, causing relatively minor roof, grain bin, power pole, tree, and outbuilding damage before dissipating.[198]
EF0 W of Grand Island Hamilton 2352 4 miles
(6.4 km)
Power lines and trees were damaged.[199]
EF2 S of Aurora Hamilton 40°52′N 98°04′W / 40.87°N 98.06°W / 40.87; -98.06 0002 9 miles
(14.4 km)
Large wedge tornado damaged several homes, some heavily. A cell tower was toppled to the ground, empty railroad cars were blown off the tracks, and high-voltage power lines were downed. Many power poles and irrigation sprinklers were blown over as well.[200]
EF0 E of Thayer York 0044 4 miles
(6.4 km)
tornado damaged trees and irrigation sprinklers.[201]
EF1 E of Winslow Washington 41°37′N 96°26′W / 41.61°N 96.43°W / 41.61; -96.43 0055 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Narrow tornado damaged trees and destroyed half of a machine shed. Outbuildings were damaged at a church as well.[202]
EF0 E of Beaver Crossing Seward 40°47′N 97°13′W / 40.78°N 97.22°W / 40.78; -97.22 0100 unknown Brief tornado remained over mostly open country. A hay shed was flipped onto a neighboring shed at a dairy farm near the tornado's path, though it was unclear if this was a result of the tornado or straight-line winds that occurred later that evening.[203]
EF1 E of Herman Washington 41°40′N 96°08′W / 41.67°N 96.14°W / 41.67; -96.14 0115 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Tornado flipped irrigation sprinklers, snapped power poles, and destroyed a shed.[204]
EF2 SE of Pickrell to NE of Filley Gage unknown unknown 10.81 miles
(1.6 km)
Tornado embedded in a squall line heavily damaged two homes and multiple outbuildings near the beginning of the path. A church was damaged and trees were snapped and uprooted as well. Less intense tree, house, and outbuilding damage occurred at 10 other farmsteads further east before the tornado dissipated.[205]
South Dakota
EF0 E of Kingsburg Bon Homme 42°54′N 97°51′W / 42.90°N 97.85°W / 42.90; -97.85 2313 unknown Brief tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[206]
EF0 W of Talmo Yankton 43°01′N 97°14′W / 43.02°N 97.23°W / 43.02; -97.23 0005 unknown Brief tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[207]
EF1 NW of Wakonda Clay 43°02′N 97°09′W / 43.03°N 97.15°W / 43.03; -97.15 0010 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Tornado caused widespread tree damage and littered roads with tree debris.[208]
EF1 NE of Wakonda Clay 43°04′N 97°05′W / 43.06°N 97.08°W / 43.06; -97.08 0017 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Tornado struck a farmstead, where a barn was destroyed and outbuildings were damaged, with lumber scattered across a nearby field. Trees and power lines were also damaged.[209]
Iowa
EF1 SW of Moorhead Monona 41°53′N 95°53′W / 41.89°N 95.89°W / 41.89; -95.89 0100 3.5 miles
(5.6 km)
Tornado damaged several groves of trees, including one where a large 3-foot in diameter tree was snapped off at the base. House and outbuilding damage occurred, and a chicken coop was damaged as well.[210]
EF0 SW of Dow City Crawford 41°55′N 95°31′W / 41.92°N 95.51°W / 41.92; -95.51 0137 1 mile
(1.6 km)
A farmhouse had shingles peeled off and windows blown out. Nearby trees were damaged as well.[211]
EF1 E of Denison Crawford 42°01′N 95°21′W / 42.02°N 95.35°W / 42.02; -95.35 0146 3 miles
(4.8 km)
Tornado tore the roof off of a barn, tore shingles from the roof of a house, and downed numerous trees. A hog confinement building was leveled, and trailers were damaged at a trailer park.[212]
EF1 SE of Templeton Carroll 41°55′N 94°55′W / 41.91°N 94.91°W / 41.91; -94.91 0210 4 miles
(6.4 km)
Tornado struck three farmsteads, with outbuildings damaged and a large machine shed destroyed. Tree damage occurred along the path as well.[213]
EF1 Northern Somers Calhoun 42°23′N 94°26′W / 42.39°N 94.43°W / 42.39; -94.43 0223 3 miles
(4.8 km)
Tornado struck the north side of town, damaging homes and garages.[214]
EF0 W of Farnhamville Calhoun 42°17′N 94°25′W / 42.28°N 94.42°W / 42.28; -94.42 0225 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Tornado struck four farmsteads, causing minor tree and house damage.[215]
EF0 SW of Gardiner Dallas 41°46′N 94°04′W / 41.76°N 94.07°W / 41.76; -94.07 0406 unknown Brief tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[216]
EF1 NW of Adel Dallas 41°37′N 94°02′W / 41.62°N 94.04°W / 41.62; -94.04 0550 4 miles
(6.4 km)
Several farm outbuildings were damaged or destroyed by this tornado. Tree and power line damage occurred as well.[217]
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for May 29, 2008, NWS Hastings #1, NWS Hastings #2, NWS Sioux Falls, NWS Omaha #1, NWS Omaha #2, NWS Topeka

May 30 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Friday, May 30, 2008
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Iowa
EF1 NE of Murray Clarke 0913 9.1 miles
(15 km)
Outbuildings, power lines, an trees were damaged.[218]
EF1 S of Lacona to S of Melcher Warren, Marion 41°11′N 93°23′W / 41.19°N 93.38°W / 41.19; -93.38 0951 7.8 miles
(12 km)
Tornado caused damage to farm buildings, trees, and power lines.[219]
EF2 NE of Columbia to W of Beacon Marion, Mahaska 1007 18 miles
(29 km)
Worst damage occurred near Attica, where several frame homes were heavily damaged or destroyed, and two mobile homes were destroyed. 10 people were injured.[220]
Indiana
EF1 S of Wabash Wabash 40°47′N 85°50′W / 40.78°N 85.83°W / 40.78; -85.83 2215 0.2 mile
(320 m)
Two barns were heavily damaged, and 12 power poles were snapped or pushed over. Two people sustained minor injuries in one of the barns.[221]
EF0 SW of Dora Wabash 2222 unknown A barn was damaged and spattered with mud, and a few trees were downed.[222]
EF0 NE of Pyrmont Carroll 40°29′N 86°40′W / 40.48°N 86.67°W / 40.48; -86.67 2330 unknown A few trees were damaged in a field.[223]
EF2 NE of Lawrence to NE of Gem Marion 39°50′N 86°05′W / 39.83°N 86.08°W / 39.83; -86.08 0227 2.5 miles
(4 km)
Tornado struck residential areas of eastern Indianapolis. An apartment complex sustained major damage. Trees, power lines, and several homes were damaged as well. Barns were also damaged or destroyed towards the end of the path. 18 people were injured.[224]
EF1 SE of Fortville Hancock 0235 4.5 miles
(7.2 km)
Homes and farm buildings were damaged.[225]
EF0 NE of Rivare to NW of Wren Adams, Van Wert (OH) 40°58′N 84°37′W / 40.97°N 84.61°W / 40.97; -84.61 0400 unknown In Indiana, several trees were downed and a shed sustained shingle damage. In Ohio, a barn had its steel doors destroyed.[226]
Missouri
EF1 N of Ewing Lewis 2210 3 miles
(4.8 km)
Several machine sheds were destroyed along the path, with debris scattered up to 200 yards away and boards driven into the ground. Power poles were snapped, a grain bin was damaged, and tree damage occurred as well.[227]
EF0 S of Center Ralls 39°30′N 91°32′W / 39.50°N 91.53°W / 39.50; -91.53 2215 3 miles
(4.8 km)
Power poles were bent over, tree damage occurred, and a machine shed and a modular home were damaged. A mobile home was flipped onto its side as well.[228]
Illinois
EF1 SW of Summer Hill Pike 39°32′N 90°56′W / 39.54°N 90.94°W / 39.54; -90.94 2125 1 mile
(1.6 km)
A large machine shed was destroyed with debris scattered up to a half-mile away. Trees were damaged as well.[229]
EF0 SE of Pittsfield Pike 2315 4 mile
(6.4 km)
Damage was limited to trees.[230]
EF1 W of Waverly to NW of Lowder Morgan, Sangamon 39°35′N 89°57′W / 39.59°N 89.95°W / 39.59; -89.95 0017 5.6 miles
(9 km)
Near Waverly, this tornado snapped trees and damaged homes. Pole barns, grain bins, sheds, and garages were destroyed. Near Lowder, the tornado snapped trees and power poles, and damaged a house. Additional outbuildings were destroyed before the tornado dissipated.[231]
EF0 S of Taylorville Christian 39°31′N 89°16′W / 39.51°N 89.26°W / 39.51; -89.26 0120 unknown Brief tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[232]
EF0 NE of Westervelt Shelby 39°30′N 88°50′W / 39.50°N 88.83°W / 39.50; -88.83 0133 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[233]
Ohio
EF1 N of Glandorf Putnam 41°03′N 84°07′W / 41.05°N 84.11°W / 41.05; -84.11 0428 3 miles
(4.8 km)
High-end EF1 damaged multiple homes, a few of which had their roofs blown off. Several outbuildings were destroyed, and numerous pieces of farm equipment and 11 vehicles were damaged or destroyed as well.[234]
EF2 SW of Arcadia to Southern Fostoria Hancock, Seneca 40°53′N 83°39′W / 40.89°N 83.65°W / 40.89; -83.65 0529 8 miles
(13 km)
Near Arcadia, the tornado damaged numerous properties with two homes and many outbuildings destroyed, and other homes heavily damaged. Hundreds of trees were snapped and uprooted along the path. The tornado struck the south side of Fostoria before dissipating, where several homes were damaged and one was destroyed. Much of the damage in town was from falling trees and tree limbs. 6 people were injured.[235]
Minnesota
EF0 NW of Morris Stevens unknown unknown .5 miles
(4.8 km)
Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[236]
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for May 30, 2008, NWS Indianapolis, NWS Central Illinois, NWS Cleveland, NWS St. Louis

May 31 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Saturday, May 31, 2008
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
West Virginia
EF0 NNE of Terra Alta Preston 1230 0.5 miles
(800 m)
Brief touchdown. Many trees were snapped or toppled, two homes sustained damage, a mobile home was pushed off of its foundation, and one person was injured by flying glass.[237]
Virginia
EF0 Etna Mills King William 37°46′N 77°16′W / 37.77°N 77.27°W / 37.77; -77.27 2052 unknown Shingles were torn from homes and windows were blown out. An empty silo was blown over and numerous trees were snapped and uprooted.[238]
Oklahoma
EF0 N of Pawhuska Osage 36°40′N 96°20′W / 36.67°N 96.34°W / 36.67; -96.34 0007 unknown Tornado remained over open country, causing no damage.[239]
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for May 31, 2008, NWS Pittsburgh NWS Wakefield

See also[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

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  223. ^ http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/stormevents/eventdetails.jsp?id=101228
  224. ^ http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/stormevents/eventdetails.jsp?id=101232
  225. ^ http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/stormevents/eventdetails.jsp?id=100488
  226. ^ http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/stormevents/eventdetails.jsp?id=95320
  227. ^ http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/stormevents/eventdetails.jsp?id=104818
  228. ^ http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/stormevents/eventdetails.jsp?id=104831
  229. ^ http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/stormevents/eventdetails.jsp?id=104838
  230. ^ http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/stormevents/eventdetails.jsp?id=104846
  231. ^ http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/stormevents/eventdetails.jsp?id=107016
  232. ^ http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/stormevents/eventdetails.jsp?id=107017
  233. ^ http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/stormevents/eventdetails.jsp?id=107018
  234. ^ http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/stormevents/eventdetails.jsp?id=91817
  235. ^ http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/stormevents/eventdetails.jsp?id=107423
  236. ^ http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/stormevents/eventdetails.jsp?id=123463
  237. ^ http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/stormevents/eventdetails.jsp?id=95481
  238. ^ http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/stormevents/eventdetails.jsp?id=107222
  239. ^ http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/stormevents/eventdetails.jsp?id=109017

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