List of United States tornadoes in April 2011

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This is a list of all tornadoes that were confirmed by local offices of the National Weather Service in the United States in April 2011.

United States yearly total[edit]

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
EF0
Confirmed
EF1
Confirmed
EF2
Confirmed
EF3
Confirmed
EF4
Confirmed
EF5
1,701 792 628 197 61 17 6

April[edit]

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
EF0
Confirmed
EF1
Confirmed
EF2
Confirmed
EF3
Confirmed
EF4
Confirmed
EF5
765 263 335 110 40 13 4

April 4 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes - Monday, April 4, 2011[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EF1 SE of Ashdown Little River AR 33°40′N 94°06′W / 33.67°N 94.10°W / 33.67; -94.10 (Peytonville (Apr. 4, EF1)) 1310 – 1315 70004840000000000004.84 miles (7.79 km) 7002150000000000000150 yd (140 m) A metal building with a steel-beam frame and a carport were destroyed, and many trees were downed.[1]
EF1 N of Hope Hempstead AR 33°42′N 93°35′W / 33.70°N 93.59°W / 33.70; -93.59 (Hope (Apr. 4, EF1)) 1338 – 1341 70003890000000000003.89 miles (6.26 km) 7002100000000000000100 yd (91 m) Nine chicken houses lost their roofs, a tractor trailer was flipped over, the metal roofing was peeled from a barn, and many trees were downed.[2]
EF2 E of Blevins Hempstead AR 33°52′N 93°31′W / 33.87°N 93.52°W / 33.87; -93.52 (Dunlap (Apr. 4, EF2)) 1340 – 1342 70001840000000000001.84 miles (2.96 km) 7002200000000000000200 yd (180 m) Four chicken houses were destroyed, and several hundred chickens were killed. A small trailer nearby was picked up and thrown 20 yd (18 m) north into a chicken house, and numerous trees were downed as well. Two people were injured: the occupant of the trailer and a worker on the farm.[3]
EF1 S of Fouke Miller AR 33°12′N 93°53′W / 33.20°N 93.89°W / 33.20; -93.89 (Ft Lynn (Apr. 4, EF1)) 1350 – 1354 70002630000000000002.63 miles (4.23 km) 7002150000000000000150 yd (140 m) One home sustained minor wind damage, a second home suffered roof damage due to a fallen tree, and a large storage building was destroyed. Many trees were downed along the path.[4]
EF1 Whelen Springs area Clark AR 33°50′N 93°08′W / 33.83°N 93.13°W / 33.83; -93.13 (Whelen Springs (Apr. 4, EF1)) 1408 – 1414 70003960000000000003.96 miles (6.37 km) 7002200000000000000200 yd (180 m) Shingles and siding were blown off of a house, and the TV antenna was blown over. A large tree crushed a tractor shed, a canning shed and farm gates were destroyed, and numerous trees and power lines were downed.[5]
EF1 S of Waldo Columbia AR 33°17′N 93°23′W / 33.28°N 93.38°W / 33.28; -93.38 (Waldo (Apr. 4, EF1)) 1428 – 1429 69998900000000000000.89 miles (1.43 km) 700175000000000000075 yd (69 m) The tin was ripped off a small barn, a home and an adjacent garage sustained minor roof damage, a small shed had half of its roof peeled off, and the roof of an abandoned home was ripped off and thrown southeast. Many trees were downed as well.[6]
EF1 E of Norphlet Union AR 33°19′N 92°40′W / 33.32°N 92.67°W / 33.32; -92.67 (Norphlet (Apr. 4, EF1)) 1512 – 1513 70001280000000000001.28 miles (2.06 km) 7002100000000000000100 yd (91 m) The tornado touched down in eastern Norphlet and moved east, blowing down the cover of a gas station and causing minor roof damage to several homes. Also, a carport collapsed on a vehicle, a small metal outbuilding sustained minor damage, and many trees were downed.[7]
EF1 Slater area Ballard KY 36°59′N 89°01′W / 36.99°N 89.01°W / 36.99; -89.01 (Slater (Apr. 4, EF1)) 1518 – 1522 70003720000000000003.72 miles (5.99 km) 7002200000000000000200 yd (180 m) Two barns were leveled, and numerous trees were downed.[8]
EF2 Hinkleville area Ballard KY 37°01′N 88°59′W / 37.02°N 88.98°W / 37.02; -88.98 (Hinkleville (Apr. 4, EF2)) 1520 – 1527 70006420000000000006.42 miles (10.33 km) 7002300000000000000300 yd (270 m) A large farm building was destroyed, the roof was removed from a two-story house, and a garage was leveled. Two mobile homes were overturned, a third mobile home was shifted off of its foundation, several other homes sustained minor roof damage, and a few chicken barns sustained damage, some heavy. Numerous farm buildings and grain bins were destroyed, and dozens of trees were downed as well. One person was injured.[9]
EF0 Heath area McCracken KY 37°05′N 88°49′W / 37.09°N 88.81°W / 37.09; -88.81 (Hinkleville (Apr. 4, EF0)) 1530 – 1531 69995100000000000000.51 miles (0.82 km) 700150000000000000050 yd (46 m) The roof of a farm building was lifted off, two vehicles parked in a building were heavily damaged, and large tree limbs were downed.[10]
EF1 Greenville area Muhlenberg KY 37°11′N 87°11′W / 37.19°N 87.18°W / 37.19; -87.18 (Greenville (Apr. 4, EF1)) 1655 – 1702 70007080000000000007.08 miles (11.39 km) 7002150000000000000150 yd (140 m) The tornado struck a mobile home park, overturning and destroying a mobile home and blowing a second off of its foundation. Also, a camper trailer was overturned, several houses sustained shingle damage, and several trees were downed. Three people were injured, all inside the mobile home that was destroyed.[11]
EF2 Hopkinsville area Christian KY 36°47′N 87°24′W / 36.78°N 87.40°W / 36.78; -87.40 (Greenville (Apr. 4, EF2)) 1704 – 1710 70005260000000000005.26 miles (8.47 km) 7002200000000000000200 yd (180 m) An industrial warehouse-type building sustained heavy damage, with large sections of the roof removed and small sections of the exterior walls either peeled back or blown in. A rooftop HVAC unit was blown off as well. In front of the building, steel utility poles were bent almost to the ground. Elsewhere, several barns were destroyed, metal roofs were ripped off of two homes, and dozens of trees were downed. Seven people were injured, all of whom were inside the building.[12]
EF1 Needmore area Butler KY 37°05′N 86°41′W / 37.09°N 86.69°W / 37.09; -86.69 (Needmore (Apr. 4, EF1)) 1726 – 1729 70003380000000000003.38 miles (5.44 km) 700150000000000000050 yd (46 m) Several houses sustained minor roof damage, with a large section of one house's roof removed. A mobile home was moved from its foundation and several trees were downed as well.[13]
EF1 Neafus area Grayson KY 37°23′N 86°34′W / 37.38°N 86.56°W / 37.38; -86.56 (Neafus (Apr. 4, EF1)) 1738 – 1742 70003410000000000003.41 miles (5.49 km) 7002125000000000000125 yd (114 m) Metal roofing on a barn was ripped off and blown into the woods, a small well-constructed shed was pushed over on its side, and another small shed was destroyed. A house had its metal roof ripped off, a metal outbuilding was destroyed, and numerous trees were downed as well.[14]
EF1 Caneyville area Grayson KY 37°26′N 86°29′W / 37.43°N 86.49°W / 37.43; -86.49 (Caneyville (Apr. 4, EF1)) 1741 – 1743 70001010000000000001.01 miles (1.63 km) 7002200000000000000200 yd (180 m) The tornado touched down in Caneyville, downing a tree onto a restaurant. The metal roof was blown off of the cinder block dugout at a baseball field, with a number of cinder blocks being blown several feet to the east, and three large empty metal grain bins were moved off their foundations, causing damage to nearby objects. The metal roof was blown off a mobile home and insulation was blown along the ground and into nearby trees. A tractor-trailer was blown over and numerous trees were downed as well.[15]
EF1 W of Waverly Humpherys TN 36°05′N 87°49′W / 36.08°N 87.81°W / 36.08; -87.81 (Waverly (Apr. 4, EF1)) 1819 – 1822 70002900000000000002.9 miles (4.7 km) 700175000000000000075 yd (69 m) The tornado touched down west of Waverly and entered the city, downing dozens of trees, damaging several businesses, and tearing off signs and overhauls. Several homes and vehicles were crushed by fallen trees as well.[16]
EF1 Tennessee City area Dickson TN 36°06′N 87°32′W / 36.10°N 87.54°W / 36.10; -87.54 (Tennessee City (Apr. 4, EF1)) 1833 – 1841 70007250000000000007.25 miles (11.67 km) 7002150000000000000150 yd (140 m) In Tennessee City, several structures sustained significant roof damage, including a fire hall. Elsewhere, several outbuildings and barns were heavily damaged. Hundreds of trees were downed along the path.[17]
EF0 Sulphur Springs area Cheatham TN 36°15′N 87°04′W / 36.25°N 87.07°W / 36.25; -87.07 (Sulphur Spgs (Apr. 4, EF0)) 1852 – 1853 69998100000000000000.81 miles (1.30 km) 700150000000000000050 yd (46 m) Dozens of trees were downed. The tornado likely extended into an inaccessible recreation area on the east side of the Cumberland River.[18]
EF1 Smyrna area Davidson, Rutherford TN 35°59′N 86°40′W / 35.98°N 86.66°W / 35.98; -86.66 (Smyrna (Apr. 4, EF1)) 1920 – 1922 70004900000000000004.9 miles (7.9 km) 7002100000000000000100 yd (91 m) Numerous power poles were snapped, hundreds of trees were downed, several fences were blown down, a few small storage buildings were destroyed, and numerous homes sustained roof and siding damage. Various pieces of debris were scattered hundreds of yards. A tractor-trailer was blown over and several cargo trailers were overturned on Interstate 24 as well.[19][20]
EF1 S of Georgetown Grant, LaSalle LA 31°43′N 92°25′W / 31.72°N 92.41°W / 31.72; -92.41 (Zion (Apr. 4, EF1)) 1942 – 1945 70003260000000000003.26 miles (5.25 km) 7002275000000000000275 yd (251 m) Several homes sustained mostly roof damage either directly from the tornado or from fallen trees, and a shop had its tin roof peeled off and thrown forward into trees. Many trees were downed along the path.[21][22]
EF0 Outville area Licking OH 39°59′N 82°34′W / 39.98°N 82.57°W / 39.98; -82.57 (Otia (Apr. 4, EF0)) 1946 – 1947 69999000000000000000.9 miles (1.4 km) 700150000000000000050 yd (46 m) The roof was removed from a larger sized metal garage, with a supporting post snapped and one side of the building blown inward. Metal doors on the opposite side were blown outward, a smaller garage sustained major door damage, and a large section of metal and wood roofing was removed from a large barn, with debris being scattered 0.25 miles (0.40 km) downwind. Four pieces of debris were impaled in the ground. Also, a smaller storage shed lost its door, minor roof damage was observed on the corner of one house, and five trees were downed.[23]
EF1 Otia area Monroe KY 36°43′N 85°37′W / 36.71°N 85.61°W / 36.71; -85.61 (Otia (Apr. 4, EF1)) 1955 – 1956 69991900000000000000.19 miles (310 m) 700175000000000000075 yd (69 m) A barn was damaged, with parts of it thrown approximately 400 yards (370 m) towards the east, and numerous trees were downed.[24]
EF2 N of Jena to SW of Enterprise LaSalle, Catahoula LA 31°48′N 92°08′W / 31.80°N 92.13°W / 31.80; -92.13 (Summerville (Apr. 4, EF2)) 1958 – 2004 700113000000000000013 miles (21 km) 7002440000000000000440 yd (400 m) The tornado touched down northeast of Summerville in LaSalle Parish, downing many trees. After crossing into Catahoula Parish, it peeled the tin roof off of a home and threw it into the front yard. Also, a mobile home was blown down a ravine and completely destroyed, a covered travel trailer was blown over on its side, and four power poles and several trees were snapped.[25][26]
EF1 SW of Albany Clinton KY 36°39′N 85°11′W / 36.65°N 85.18°W / 36.65; -85.18 (Albany Arpt (Apr. 4, EF1)) 2014 – 2015 69992500000000000000.25 miles (400 m) 7002150000000000000150 yd (140 m) A large barn used for boat storage had its roof lifted off and thrown approximately 90 yards (82 m), a second storage shed was destroyed, and a house had its windows blown out.[27]
EF0 NNE of Seventy Six Clinton KY 36°48′N 85°08′W / 36.80°N 85.14°W / 36.80; -85.14 (Seventy Six (Apr. 4, EF0)) 2016 – 2017 69992200000000000000.22 miles (350 m) 700160000000000000060 yd (55 m) Multiple trees were downed.[28]
EF2 SSE of Cooter Point, LA to NNW of Grand Gulf, MS Tensas (LA), Claiborne (MS) LA, MS 31°55′N 91°31′W / 31.91°N 91.51°W / 31.91; -91.51 (Cooter Point (Apr. 4, EF2)) 2043 – 2114 700128010000000000028.01 miles (45.08 km) 7002880000000000000880 yd (800 m) Numerous homes, outbuildings, farms, a water treatment plant, and an antebellum home were damaged. A tractor-trailer was flipped, a grain silo sustained a large dent on its side, hundreds of trees were downed, and numerous power poles were snapped. One person was injured.[29][30]
EF1 NW of Williamsburg Whitley KY 36°50′N 84°13′W / 36.83°N 84.22°W / 36.83; -84.22 (Williamsburg (Apr. 4, EF1)) 2103 – 2106 70001740000000000001.74 miles (2.80 km) 7002880000000000000880 yd (800 m) The tornado downed many trees and caused significant damage to several barns and outbuildings.[31]
EF1 S of Teaberry Floyd KY 37°23′N 82°38′W / 37.39°N 82.64°W / 37.39; -82.64 (Beaver (Apr. 4, EF1)) 2121 – 2126 69994000000000000000.4 miles (640 m) 7002100000000000000100 yd (91 m) A mobile home was destroyed, and approximately 100 trees were downed.[32]
EF1 N of Utica Hinds MS 32°08′N 90°38′W / 32.13°N 90.63°W / 32.13; -90.63 (Utica (Apr. 4, EF1)) 2142 – 2145 70004019999999999994.02 miles (6.47 km) 7002440000000000000440 yd (400 m) Two outbuildings were destroyed, and many pine trees were downed.[33]
EF1 Braxton area Simpson MS 32°01′N 90°03′W / 32.01°N 90.05°W / 32.01; -90.05 (Touchstone (Apr. 4, EF1)) 2236 – 2242 70007380000000000007.38 miles (11.88 km) 0.75 mi (1.21 km) Large tornado developed west of Braxton and moved through town before lifting to the east of town. It downed many trees and power poles, with some of the trees landing on homes and vehicles.[34]
EF1 W of Ruth to ESE of Topeka Lincoln, Lawrence MS 31°23′N 90°22′W / 31.38°N 90.36°W / 31.38; -90.36 (Ruth (Apr. 4, EF1)) 2248 – 2307 700117280000000000017.28 miles (27.81 km) 600 yd (550 m) The tornado touched down west of Ruth and quickly intensified as it entered the city, downing many trees, destroying the awning of a gas station, and blowing out the back wall of the volunteer fire department building. A nearby church sustained extensive shingle damage, and the steeple was blown off. A number of homes sustained minor to moderate damage either from the tornado itself or from fallen trees. One tree fell on an RV, destroying it.[35][36]
EF0 NE of Athens McMinn TN 35°28′N 84°35′W / 35.46°N 84.59°W / 35.46; -84.59 (Athens (Apr. 4, EF0)) 2336 – 2340 69991000000000000000.1 miles (0.16 km) 700125000000000000025 yd (23 m) Eight trees were downed.[37]
EF1 Franklinton area Washington LA 30°51′N 90°08′W / 30.85°N 90.14°W / 30.85; -90.14 (Franklinton (Apr. 4, EF1)) 2340 69992000000000000000.2 miles (320 m) 700175000000000000075 yd (69 m) Brief tornado completely removed a large section of the roof of a home and caused minor roof damage to two mobile homes. Several large trees were downed as well.[38]
EF1 Clio area Livingston LA 30°19′N 90°34′W / 30.32°N 90.57°W / 30.32; -90.57 (Clio (Apr. 4, EF1)) 2342 69995000000000000000.5 miles (0.80 km) 700150000000000000050 yd (46 m) A tornado briefly touched down, uprooting or snapping many trees. A metal roof was peeled off one home.[39]
EF0 Gramercy area St. James LA 30°04′N 90°42′W / 30.06°N 90.70°W / 30.06; -90.70 (Gramercy (Apr. 4, EF0)) 2350 – 2352 69999400000000000000.94 miles (1.51 km) 700150000000000000050 yd (46 m) An attached carport was lifted away from a home, causing significant damage to the structure, and several houses sustained minor to moderate roof damage. Many trees were downed as well.[40]
EF1 Bogalusa area Washington LA 30°40′N 89°58′W / 30.67°N 89.97°W / 30.67; -89.97 (Bogalusa (Apr. 4, EF1)) 0001 69992000000000000000.2 miles (320 m) 700175000000000000075 yd (69 m) A camping trailer was lifted off of the ground and thrown 20 yards (18 m) into another camper, and sheet metal, tin roofing, and an awning were blown roughly 50 to 75 yards (46 to 69 m) and wrapped around a tree trunk about 20 feet (6.1 m) off the ground. Numerous trees were downed as well.[41]
EF1 Poplarville area Pearl River MS 30°40′N 89°27′W / 30.67°N 89.45°W / 30.67; -89.45 (Poplarville (Apr. 4, EF1)) 0043 69992500000000000000.25 miles (400 m) 700150000000000000050 yd (46 m) About 40 percent of a metal roof was blown off a house, with a few roof beams broken off; both were thrown approximately 150 yd (140 m) to the east. Multiple trees were downed as well.[42]
EF1 NW of Neely to SSW of State Line Greene MS 31°16′N 88°50′W / 31.27°N 88.83°W / 31.27; -88.83 (Avera (Apr. 4, EF1)) 0043 – 0103 700119420000000000019.42 miles (31.25 km) 7002100000000000000100 yd (91 m) Several homes and a church suffered minor to moderate roof damage, a metal barn was destroyed near Avera, and thousands of trees were downed.[43]
EF1 NE of Carters Lake Gilmer GA 34°38′N 84°35′W / 34.64°N 84.59°W / 34.64; -84.59 (Roundtop (Apr. 4, EF1)) 0133 – 0136 70002640000000000002.64 miles (4.25 km) 7002880000000000000880 yd (800 m) Hundreds of trees were downed, causing minor to major damage to approximately 100 homes. [44]
EF0 Elders area Gilmer GA 34°43′N 84°36′W / 34.72°N 84.60°W / 34.72; -84.60 (Elders (Apr. 4, EF0)) 0134 – 0136 70001830000000000001.83 miles (2.95 km) 7002880000000000000880 yd (800 m) Hundreds of trees were downed, six chicken houses were either heavily damaged or destroyed, a horse stable was destroyed, and three outbuildings were damaged.[45]
EF1 Fontainebleau area Jackson MS 30°24′N 88°43′W / 30.40°N 88.72°W / 30.40; -88.72 (Fontainebleau (Apr. 4, EF1)) 0145 69991000000000000000.1 miles (160 m) 700175000000000000075 yd (69 m) Roofing was peeled off a few metal commercial buildings, the windows of two houses were blown out, and large sections of two fences were blown down. Several trees were downed, and the limbs of a few large trees were snapped.[46]
Sources:

NWS Paducah, NWS Louisville, NWS Nashville, NWS Wilmington, OH, NWS Jackson, MS, NWS Jackson, KY, NWS New Orleans/Baton Rouge, NWS Mobile, NWS Little Rock, NWS Peachtree City, NWS Shreveport, NWS Morristown, NCDC Storm Data

April 5 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Tuesday, April 5, 2011
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
North Carolina
EF1 E of Ararat Surry 36°24′N 80°34′W / 36.40°N 80.56°W / 36.40; -80.56 (Ararat (Apr. 5, EF1)) 0525 2.7 miles (4.3 km) Numerous trees were felled by the tornado, many of which fell on homes. A few structures lost their roofs and several carports collapsed. Overall, 35 to 40 homes were damaged.[47]
Georgia
EF1 WNW of Walden Bibb 34°42′N 83°42′W / 34.70°N 83.70°W / 34.70; -83.70 (Welden (Apr. 5, EF1)) 0530 1.1 miles (1.8 km) A brief tornado damaged nine homes, one of which was shifted off its foundation, and felled about 100 trees.[48]
EF2 WSW of Dubois Dodge 32°16′N 83°19′W / 32.27°N 83.32°W / 32.27; -83.32 (Dubois (Apr. 5, EF2)) 0639 3 miles (4.8 km) 1 death - A small but strong tornado destroyed a double-wide mobile home with three people inside. One of the occupants was killed while the other two were injured. Before dissipating, the tornado damaged another mobile home and uprooted several trees.[49]
Maryland
EF0 WNW of Mattawoman Charles 38°39′N 76°53′W / 38.65°N 76.88°W / 38.65; -76.88 (Mattawoman (Apr. 5, EF0)) 0848 0.1 miles (160 m) A brief tornado knocked a large pine tree onto a house and damaged several fences.[50]
EF0 E of Collington Prince George's, Anne Arundel 38°58′N 76°43′W / 38.97°N 76.71°W / 38.97; -76.71 (Collington (Apr. 5, EF0)) 0855 1.3 miles (2.1 km) A brief tornado snapped or felled several trees.[51][52]
Sources:

NWS Paducah, NWS Louisville, NWS Nashville, NWS Wilmington, OH, NWS Jackson, MS, NWS Jackson, KY, NWS New Orleans/Baton Rouge, NWS Mobile, NWS Little Rock, NWS Peachtree City, NWS Shreveport, NWS Morristown, NWS Baltimore / Washington, D.C., NCDC Storm Data

April 7 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Thursday, April 7, 2011
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
California
EF0 Rockville Solano 38°14′N 122°07′W / 38.24°N 122.12°W / 38.24; -122.12 (Rockville (Apr. 5, EF0)) 2252 200 yards (180 m) Brief tornado damaged a strip plaza, a hair salon and a few signs in a commercial area. Minor tree damage was also reported.
Sources:

SPC Storm Reports for 04/07/11, NWS Sacramento, NCDC Storm Data

April 8 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Friday, April 8, 2011
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
Virginia
EF2 Pulaski Pulaski 37°02′N 80°48′W / 37.04°N 80.80°W / 37.04; -80.80 (Pulaski (Apr. 5, EF2)) 2335 1.95 miles (3.14 km) Severe damage in town. Over 200 houses were damaged, of which at least 30 were destroyed and many others were severely damaged. Many trees were also uprooted. Nine people were injured.
EF1 Draper Pulaski 37°02′N 80°48′W / 37.04°N 80.80°W / 37.04; -80.80 (Draper (Apr. 5, EF1)) 2342 2.6 miles (4.2 km) Many houses and a gas station were damaged at Exit 92 on Interstate 81 and a mobile home was destroyed. Many trees were also snapped.
Sources:

NWS Blacksburg, NCDC Storm Data

April 9 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Saturday, April 9, 2011
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
Virginia
EF0 Norton Norton (city) 36°55′N 82°37′W / 36.92°N 82.62°W / 36.92; -82.62 (Norton (Apr. 9, EF0)) 1945 unknown Two buildings were damaged and some trees were snapped.
Kentucky
EF0 W of Valeria Menifee, Wolfe 37°50′N 83°37′W / 37.83°N 83.62°W / 37.83; -83.62 (Valeria (Apr. 9, EF0)) 2000 unknown Hundreds of trees were damaged in the Daniel Boone National Forest.
EF0 Valeria Wolfe 37°50′N 83°31′W / 37.84°N 83.51°W / 37.84; -83.51 (Valeria (Apr. 9, EF0)) 2005 0.25 miles (400 m) Brief tornado touchdown with a carport and barn destroyed. Two houses and a vehicle were also damaged.
Tennessee
EF0 Milligan College Carter 36°18′N 82°19′W / 36.30°N 82.32°W / 36.30; -82.32 (Milligan College (Apr. 9, EF0)) 2035 1 mile (1.6 km) Several trees were knocked down.
EF1 E of Jonesborough Washington 36°17′N 82°26′W / 36.29°N 82.44°W / 36.29; -82.44 (Jonesborough (Apr. 9, EF1)) 2200 3 miles (4.8 km) Three barns were heavily damaged and trees were twisted.
EF1 ENE of McKinley Washington 36°18′N 82°23′W / 36.30°N 82.38°W / 36.30; -82.38 (McKinley (Apr. 9, EF1)) 2208 1 mile (1.6 km) Several large trees were knocked down.
EF0 N of Rocky Fork Unicoi 36°02′N 82°32′W / 36.04°N 82.54°W / 36.04; -82.54 (Rocky Fork (Apr. 9, EF0)) 2215 1 mile (1.6 km) Minor tree damage along the path.
North Carolina
EF0 NNE of Shelby Cleveland 35°22′N 81°31′W / 35.37°N 81.52°W / 35.37; -81.52 (Shelby (Apr. 9, EF0)) 2250 0.5 miles (800 m) Two mobile homes were flipped over, injuring one of the occupants. Several other houses sustained minor damage.
Iowa
EF3 Mapleton area Monona 42°10′N 95°47′W / 42.17°N 95.79°W / 42.17; -95.79 (Mapleton (Apr. 9, EF3)) 0020 3.5 miles (5.6 km) Severe damage in town and a state of emergency was declared as a result of a large wedge tornado. Many houses and businesses were damaged or destroyed, representing about 60% of the town. In total, over 100 houses were destroyed. 14 people were injured.
EF1 NW of Ricketts Crawford 42°12′N 95°39′W / 42.20°N 95.65°W / 42.20; -95.65 (Ricketts (Apr. 9, EF1)) 0037 1 mile (1.6 km) Tornado knocked down power lines.
EF2 W of Arthur Ida 42°16′N 95°25′W / 42.27°N 95.41°W / 42.27; -95.41 (Arthur (Apr. 9, EF2)) 0115 4 miles (6.4 km) Several buildings, including a farm house, were heavily damaged and trees and power lines were damaged.
EF3 NW of Odebolt Sac 42°21′N 95°17′W / 42.35°N 95.28°W / 42.35; -95.28 (Odebolt (Apr. 9, EF3)) 0123 10.14 miles (16.32 km) Large wedge tornado damaged or destroyed several houses.
EF2 NNE of Odebolt Sac 42°22′N 95°14′W / 42.37°N 95.23°W / 42.37; -95.23 (Odebolt (Apr. 9, EF2)) 0129 8.34 miles (13.42 km) Numerous houses were damaged or destroyed.
EF0 SSW of Early Sac 42°23′N 95°12′W / 42.38°N 95.20°W / 42.38; -95.20 (Early (Apr. 9, EF2)) 0138 0.75 miles (1.21 km) Satellite tornado to the 0129 tornado remained over open country.
EF1 S of Galva Ida 42°29′N 95°25′W / 42.48°N 95.42°W / 42.48; -95.42 (Galva (Apr. 9, EF1)) 0142 4 miles (6.4 km) A farmstead was severely damaged with numerous outbuildings destroyed and a home losing its roof. A few other structures, including an ethanol plant, were also damaged.
EF3 SW of Pocahontas (1st tornado) Sac, Buena Vista, Pocahontas 42°44′N 94°54′W / 42.74°N 94.90°W / 42.74; -94.90 (Pocahontas (Apr. 9, EF3)) 0208 30 miles (48 km) Long-track, extremely large wedge tornado, with a damage swath 1.5 miles (2.4 km) wide, leveled several farmhouses and damaged others. Numerous farm buildings were also damaged or destroyed. Tornado remained on the ground for more than an hour. From 0256 to 0257 UTC (9:56 to 9:57 pm CDT), this was one of five tornadoes on the ground in Pocahontas County, three of which were satellite tornadoes to this.
EF0 S of Sulphur Springs Buena Vista 42°34′N 95°05′W / 42.57°N 95.08°W / 42.57; -95.08 (Sulphur Springs (Apr. 9, EF0)) 0214 1 mile (1.6 km) Brief tornado touchdown with no damage.
EF1 S of Cherokee Cherokee 42°36′N 95°32′W / 42.60°N 95.53°W / 42.60; -95.53 (Cherokee (Apr. 9, EF1)) 0220 5 miles (8.0 km) Several structures sustained significant damage along the path and corn stubble was scoured. A confinement building was also destroyed by the tornado.
EF2 SW of Pocahontas (2nd tornado) Sac, Buena Vista, 42°32′N 94°57′W / 42.54°N 94.95°W / 42.54; -94.95 (Pocahontas (Apr. 9, EF2)) 0224 1.75 miles (2.82 km) Satellite tornado to the previous storm. Two buildings were heavily damaged.
EF1 ESE of Newell Buena Vista 42°35′N 94°56′W / 42.58°N 94.94°W / 42.58; -94.94 (Newell (Apr. 9, EF1)) 0225 1 mile (1.6 km) Several outbuildings and farm buildings were damaged.
EF0 SW of Alta Buena Vista 42°38′N 95°20′W / 42.63°N 95.33°W / 42.63; -95.33 (Alta (Apr. 9, EF0)) 0250 unknown First brief tornado touchdown in the area with no damage.
EF0 WSW of Alta Buena Vista 42°39′N 95°21′W / 42.65°N 95.35°W / 42.65; -95.35 (Alta (Apr. 9, EF0)) 0250 unknown Second brief tornado touchdown in the area with no damage.
EF4 W of Pocahontas (1st tornado) Pocahontas 42°43′N 94°50′W / 42.71°N 94.84°W / 42.71; -94.84 (Pocahontas (Apr. 9, EF4)) 0254 3.2 miles (5.1 km) Strongest tornado of the outbreak. One house was flattened by the tornado and swept off its foundation. A combine, estimated at 30,000 pounds (14,000 kg) was tossed roughly 100 yards (91 m) as well and many trees were debarked.[53]
EF1 WSW of Pocahontas (1st tornado) Pocahontas 42°41′N 94°48′W / 42.69°N 94.80°W / 42.69; -94.80 (Pocahontas (Apr. 9, EF1)) 0255 1.5 miles (2.4 km) Satellite tornado to the EF4 Pocahontas tornado. On the ground at the same time as the following tornado. Relatively minor damage.
EF1 WSW of Pocahontas (2nd tornado) Pocahontas 42°41′N 94°48′W / 42.69°N 94.80°W / 42.69; -94.80 (Pocahontas (Apr. 9, EF1)) 0255 1.6 miles (2.6 km) Satellite tornado to the EF4 Pocahontas tornado. Anticyclonic tornado paired with the previous cyclonic tornado. Relatively minor damage.
EF2 W of Pocahontas (2nd tornado) Pocahontas 42°43′N 94°48′W / 42.71°N 94.80°W / 42.71; -94.80 (Pocahontas (Apr. 9, EF2)) 0256 0.9 miles (1.4 km) Third satellite tornado to the EF4 Pocahontas tornado which was later absorbed by that violent wedge. One home was severely damaged.
EF1 W of Pocahontas (3rd tornado) Pocahontas 42°44′N 94°44′W / 42.73°N 94.73°W / 42.73; -94.73 (Pocahontas (Apr. 9, EF2)) 0308 2.4 miles (3.9 km) One house was damaged.
EF1 NW of St. Joseph Kossuth 42°55′N 94°17′W / 42.92°N 94.28°W / 42.92; -94.28 (St. Joseph (Apr. 9, EF3)) 0419 0.8 miles (1.3 km) A hog barn was damaged, numerous windows blown out and half of a shed collapsed.
Sources:

NWS Sioux Falls, NWS Omaha, NWS Des Moines, NCDC Storm Data

April 10 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Sunday, April 10, 2011
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
Wisconsin
EF1 SW of Augusta Eau Claire 44°38′N 91°11′W / 44.64°N 91.18°W / 44.64; -91.18 (Augusta (Apr. 10, EF1)) 2157 1.5 miles (2.4 km) Brief tornado destroyed a garage and damaged two farmsteads and a barn. Earliest tornado to touch down in Eau Claire County during the course of a year on record. Previous earliest was May 10.
EF1 NW of Augusta Eau Claire 44°42′N 91°09′W / 44.70°N 91.15°W / 44.70; -91.15 (Augusta (Apr. 10, EF1)) 2204 0.5 miles (800 m) Two outbuildings destroyed and three more damaged. Significant tree damage as well.
EF3 Merrill area Marathon, Lincoln 45°07′N 89°53′W / 45.11°N 89.88°W / 45.11; -89.88 (Merrill (Apr. 10, EF3)) 2308 21 miles (34 km) Severe damage in the area, especially at and around the Merrill Airport where hangars and airplanes were destroyed. Throughout Merrill, 65 houses were damaged or destroyed.[54] One person was thrown 200 ft (61 m) from his home after the tornado destroyed his home and he was seriously injured. One other person was injured. Overall damage was estimated at $10.8 million, most of which took place at an industrial park.[55]
EF2 Cottonville area Adams 44°02′N 89°54′W / 44.03°N 89.90°W / 44.03; -89.90 (Cottonville (Apr. 10, EF2)) 2312 17 miles (27 km) Numerous houses sustained roof damage and mobile homes were destroyed. Extensive tree damage also occurred along with barns and sheds destroyed. A camping trailer was also overturned and sheet metal was wrapped around trees.[54] Preliminary losses from the tornado reached $2.25 million.[56]
EF1 SSW of Necedah Juneau 44°00′N 90°05′W / 44.00°N 90.08°W / 44.00; -90.08 (Necedah (Apr. 10, EF1)) 2314 4.5 miles (7.2 km) A mobile home was rolled over and pine trees were snapped.
EF1 SW of Hancock Adams, Waushara 44°04′N 89°40′W / 44.06°N 89.67°W / 44.06; -89.67 (Hancock (Apr. 10, EF1)) 2330 12 miles (19 km) Trees and power poles downed. Houses sustained roof damage and irrigation systems were destroyed.
EF1 SE of Parrish Langlade 45°24′N 89°24′W / 45.40°N 89.40°W / 45.40; -89.40 (Parrish (Apr. 10, EF1)) 2350 5.3 miles (8.5 km) Extensive tree damage along the path affecting over 1600 acres and one million trees. One cabin was destroyed.
EF1 S of Fremont Waushara, Waupaca, Outagamie 44°14′N 88°52′W / 44.23°N 88.86°W / 44.23; -88.86 (Fremont (Apr. 10, EF1)) 0016 30 miles (48 km) Multiple barns were destroyed and highway signs were damaged. The roof was torn off one house in Readfield and the steeple was torn off the church.
EF2 E of Argonne Forest, Florence 45°38′N 88°49′W / 45.64°N 88.82°W / 45.64; -88.82 (Argonne (Apr. 10, EF2)) 0030 13 miles (21 km) Extensive tree and power line damage. A roof was torn off of a home and several barns and garages were destroyed as well.
EF1 NE of Poy Sippi Waushara, Winnebago 44°10′N 89°00′W / 44.16°N 89.00°W / 44.16; -89.00 (Poy Sippi (Apr. 10, EF1)) 0053 14.9 miles (24.0 km) Intermittent tornado touchdown with barns and buildings damaged. Roof damage to houses occurred and extensive tree damage occurred. Crossed over Lake Poygan into Winnebago County where mobile homes were damaged and flipped.
EF1 W of Armstrong Creek Forest 45°39′N 88°30′W / 45.65°N 88.50°W / 45.65; -88.50 (Armstrong Creek (Apr. 10, EF1)) 0103 3 miles (4.8 km) A house was damaged and a garage was destroyed. Many trees were snapped in the area. Barns were also destroyed.
EF0 SE of Berlin Green Lake 43°55′N 88°53′W / 43.92°N 88.89°W / 43.92; -88.89 (Berlin (Apr. 10, EF0)) 0127 2 miles (3.2 km) Trees were snapped and a wooden structure was damaged.
EF2 Kaukauna area Outagamie 44°16′N 88°16′W / 44.26°N 88.26°W / 44.26; -88.26 (Kaukauna (Apr. 10, EF2)) 0143 1.5 miles (2.4 km) Over 180 houses were damaged in the community, some of them losing roofs. Large trees were uprooted or snapped. A church sustained roof damage and had air conditioning units torn off.
EF1 S of Greenleaf Brown 44°16′N 88°05′W / 44.27°N 88.09°W / 44.27; -88.09 (Greenleaf (Apr. 10, EF1)) 0153 1.1 miles (1.8 km) Silos were damaged and a barn roof was ripped off.
EF1 S of Stockbridge Calumet 44°03′N 88°17′W / 44.05°N 88.29°W / 44.05; -88.29 (Stockbridge (Apr. 10, EF1)) 0159 1.1 miles (1.8 km) Minor damage to four houses and the roof was torn off of a metal storage building.
Missouri
EF0 N of Rogersville Webster 37°09′N 93°04′W / 37.15°N 93.06°W / 37.15; -93.06 (Rogersville (Apr. 10, EF0)) 0355 7 miles (11 km) Damage to trees and outbuildings.
Sources: NWS Twin Cities, NWS La Crosse, NWS Green Bay, NWS Springfield, NCDC Storm Data

April 11 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Monday, April 11, 2011
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
Texas
EF1 NNW of Rio Vista Johnson 32°16′N 97°26′W / 32.27°N 97.43°W / 32.27; -97.43 (Rio Vista (Apr. 11, EF1)) 0609 1.5 miles (2.4 km) Five houses were damaged, one of them heavily and a wall was torn from a pharmacy. Mobile homes were also damaged and barns were destroyed.
EF1 Alvarado Johnson 32°24′N 97°13′W / 32.40°N 97.22°W / 32.40; -97.22 (Alvarado (Apr. 11, EF1)) 0622 200 yards (180 m) Five commercial buildings were damaged and mobile homes were flipped. Two people were injured.
EF1 Forney area Kaufman 32°35′N 96°19′W / 32.58°N 96.32°W / 32.58; -96.32 (Forney (Apr. 11, EF1)) 0713 0.5 miles (800 m) Several houses sustained roof damage and a truck stop sign was blown over.
EF1 S of Cash Hunt 32°59′N 96°08′W / 32.98°N 96.13°W / 32.98; -96.13 (Cash (Apr. 11, EF1)) 0734 7 miles (11 km) Two houses were heavily damaged and numerous other houses sustained lesser damage. Damage to trees and sheds as well.
Alabama
EF1 Vestavia Hills Jefferson 33°27′N 86°47′W / 33.45°N 86.78°W / 33.45; -86.78 (Vestavia Hills (Apr. 11, EF1)) 0027 0.4 miles (640 m) Brief tornado embedded in larger microburst. One house was heavily damaged and numerous trees were snapped.
Sources:

NWS Fort Worth, NWS Birmingham, NCDC Storm Data

April 14 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Thursday, April 14, 2011
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
Oklahoma
EF0 NE of Burbank Osage 36°43′N 96°43′W / 36.72°N 96.71°W / 36.72; -96.71 (Burbank (Apr. 14, EF0)) 2112 0.33 miles (530 m) Damage limited to a few trees.
EF0 NW of Stroud Lincoln 35°46′N 96°41′W / 35.77°N 96.68°W / 35.77; -96.68 (Stroud (Apr. 14, EF0)) 2142 unknown Brief tornado touchdown with no damage.
EF2 N of Hominy Osage 36°28′N 96°23′W / 36.46°N 96.39°W / 36.46; -96.39 (Burbank (Apr. 14, EF2)) 2200 1.03 miles (1.66 km) Houses were damaged and barns were destroyed. An oil pump repair company was badly damaged and a mobile home was destroyed as well.
EF1 SW of Stonewall Pontotoc 34°37′N 96°32′W / 34.62°N 96.54°W / 34.62; -96.54 (Stonewall (Apr. 14, EF1)) 2224 1 mile (1.6 km) Numerous trees were snapped, one of which damaged a car.
EF0 SSW of Welty Okfuskee 35°34′N 96°25′W / 35.57°N 96.42°W / 35.57; -96.42 (Welty (Apr. 14, EF0)) 2238 0.2 miles (320 m) Brief tornado touchdown with no damage.
EF0 W of Ochelata Washington 36°36′N 95°37′W / 36.60°N 95.62°W / 36.60; -95.62 (Ochelata (Apr. 14, EF0)) 2239 0.1 miles (160 m) Brief tornado touchdown with no damage.
EF0 N of Ochelata Washington 36°38′N 95°35′W / 36.64°N 95.58°W / 36.64; -95.58 (Ochelata (Apr. 14, EF0)) 2244 0.1 miles (160 m) Brief tornado picked up dirt in the area.
EF1 N of Madill Marshall, Johnston 34°07′N 96°46′W / 34.12°N 96.77°W / 34.12; -96.77 (Madill (Apr. 14, EF1)) 2303 14 miles (23 km) Houses were damaged and barns were destroyed. Power poles were snapped and three tractor trailers were overturned.
EF1 N of Okfuskee Okfuskee, Okmulgee 35°37′N 96°14′W / 35.61°N 96.23°W / 35.61; -96.23 (Okfuskee (Apr. 14, EF1)) 2305 11.4 miles (18.3 km) Damage limited to a few trees.
EF1 ESE of Dewey Washington, Nowata 36°45′N 95°49′W / 36.75°N 95.82°W / 36.75; -95.82 (Dewey (Apr. 14, EF1)) 2311 1.6 miles (2.6 km) Several houses were damaged, a fifth wheel was overturned and trees were knocked down.
EF0 SSW of Milburn Johnston 34°10′N 96°34′W / 34.16°N 96.57°W / 34.16; -96.57 (Milburn (Apr. 14, EF0)) 2325 unknown Brief tornado touchdown with no damage.
EF0 NE of Castle Okfuskee 35°29′N 96°21′W / 35.48°N 96.35°W / 35.48; -96.35 (Castle (Apr. 14, EF0)) 2333 0.1 miles (160 m) Brief tornado touchdown with no damage.
EF1 S of Bache Pittsburg 34°49′N 95°37′W / 34.81°N 95.62°W / 34.81; -95.62 (Bache (Apr. 14, EF1)) 0014 5.5 miles (8.9 km) Trees were snapped or uprooted.
EF3 Atoka/Tushka areas Atoka 34°17′N 96°31′W / 34.28°N 96.51°W / 34.28; -96.51 (Atoka (Apr. 14, EF3)) 0020 17 miles (27 km) 2 deaths - Severe damage by a large wedge tornado in the area with over 150 houses heavily damaged or destroyed by a multiple-vortex tornado which was at times a double tornado. A local school in Tushka was also destroyed. One home was shifted 6 to 8 feet (1.8 to 2.4 m) off its foundation. At least 40 others were injured.
EF1 N of Tushka Atoka 34°17′N 96°31′W / 34.28°N 96.51°W / 34.28; -96.51 (Atoka (Apr. 14, EF1)) 0021 4 miles (6.4 km) Satellite tornado to the main Atoka wedge. Damage limited to trees.
EF2 SSE of Eucha Delaware 36°25′N 94°49′W / 36.42°N 94.81°W / 36.42; -94.81 (Eucha (Apr. 14, EF2)) 0047 0.5 miles (800 m) Two mobile homes were destroyed, power lines and trees were knocked down. Three people were injured.
EF0 S of Redden Atoka, Pushmataha 34°26′N 95°52′W / 34.43°N 95.87°W / 34.43; -95.87 (Redden (Apr. 14, EF0)) 0104 6 miles (9.7 km) Tornado remained over open country.
EF0 S of Daisy Pushmataha 34°28′N 95°43′W / 34.46°N 95.72°W / 34.46; -95.72 (Daisy (Apr. 14, EF0)) 0112 0.1 miles (160 m) Tornado confirmed along the Indian Nation Turnpike with no damage.
EF1 N of Jumbo Pushmataha 34°26′N 95°44′W / 34.44°N 95.73°W / 34.44; -95.73 (Jumbo (Apr. 14, EF1)) 0112 3 miles (4.8 km) Several trees and power poles were snapped.
EF1 NW of Wagoner Wagoner 36°00′N 95°22′W / 36.00°N 95.37°W / 36.00; -95.37 (Wagoner (Apr. 14, EF1)) 0118 1.8 miles (2.9 km) A house was damaged and several outbuildings were destroyed.
EF1 W of Talihina Latimer, Le Flore 34°59′N 94°41′W / 34.98°N 94.68°W / 34.98; -94.68 (Talihina (Apr. 14, EF1)) 0128 4.6 miles (7.4 km) A tied-down mobile home and a house were damaged and trees were snapped.
EF2 N of Stanley Pushmataha 34°38′N 95°21′W / 34.63°N 95.35°W / 34.63; -95.35 (Stanley (Apr. 14, EF2)) 0135 7 miles (11 km) Many trees were uprooted or snapped by this large wedge tornado.
EF1 SE of Atoka Atoka 34°20′N 96°05′W / 34.34°N 96.08°W / 34.34; -96.08 (Atoka (Apr. 14, EF1)) 0136 2 miles (3.2 km) Tornado touched down shortly after the earlier Atoka/Tushka wedge. Numerous trees and power lines were snapped.
EF1 SW of Daisy Atoka 34°31′N 95°49′W / 34.52°N 95.81°W / 34.52; -95.81 (Daisy (Apr. 14, EF1)) 0146 3.6 miles (5.8 km) A barn was destroyed and large trees were snapped.
EF1 NW of Clayton Pushmataha 34°38′N 95°28′W / 34.63°N 95.46°W / 34.63; -95.46 (Daisy (Apr. 14, EF1)) 0150 1 mile (1.6 km) Several trees were knocked down.
EF1 S of Weathers Atoka, Pushmataha, Pittsburg 34°31′N 95°44′W / 34.52°N 95.73°W / 34.52; -95.73 (Daisy (Apr. 14, EF1)) 0158 14.3 miles (23.0 km) Large wedge tornado generally remained over open country, although several barns were heavily damaged and houses sustained minor damage.
EF1 SE of Daisy Atoka 34°31′N 95°43′W / 34.51°N 95.71°W / 34.51; -95.71 (Daisy (Apr. 14, EF1)) 0159 0.5 miles (800 m) Satellite tornado to the 0158 Weathers tornado. Numerous trees were snapped.
EF0 W of Yanush Latimer 34°43′N 95°19′W / 34.71°N 95.31°W / 34.71; -95.31 (Yanush (Apr. 14, EF0)) 0208 6 miles (9.7 km) Trees were uprooted and branches snapped.
EF1 Poteau/Wister area Le Flore 34°58′N 94°40′W / 34.97°N 94.66°W / 34.97; -94.66 (Poteau (Apr. 14, EF1)) 0223 7 miles (11 km) Tornado rolled a mobile home, damaged the roof of a house and uprooted trees. Three people were injured.
EF1 Howe area Le Flore 34°58′N 94°40′W / 34.97°N 94.66°W / 34.97; -94.66 (Howe (Apr. 14, EF1)) 0235 1.5 miles (2.4 km) Anticyclonic tornado that damaged a barn and snapped and uprooted trees. This tornado was paired with the Poteau/Wister cyclonic tornado described above.
EF0 S of Smithville McCurtain 34°27′N 94°43′W / 34.45°N 94.71°W / 34.45; -94.71 (Smithville (Apr. 14, EF0)) 0333 2.5 miles (4.0 km) Several trees and power poles were snapped.
EF0 SE of Ringold McCurtain 34°10′N 95°03′W / 34.16°N 95.05°W / 34.16; -95.05 (Ringold (Apr. 14, EF0)) 0402 5 miles (8.0 km) One house sustained minor roof damage, a barn was destroyed and trees were snapped.
EF0 SW of Hochatown McCurtain 34°10′N 94°44′W / 34.17°N 94.73°W / 34.17; -94.73 (Hochatown (Apr. 14, EF0)) 0437 1.3 miles (2.1 km) Numerous trees were uprooted at Beavers Bend State Park.
Kansas
EF0 S of Tescott Saline 38°59′N 97°53′W / 38.98°N 97.88°W / 38.98; -97.88 (Tescott (Apr. 14, EF0)) 2145 1.5 miles (2.4 km) Shingle damage to a house and a shed was destroyed.
EF0 NE of Cambridge (1st tornado) Cowley 37°26′N 96°32′W / 37.43°N 96.54°W / 37.43; -96.54 (Cambridge (Apr. 14, EF0)) 2202 2 miles (3.2 km) Tornado remained over open country.
EF0 NE of Elgin Chautauqua 37°01′N 96°14′W / 37.02°N 96.24°W / 37.02; -96.24 (Elgin (Apr. 14, EF0)) 2216 1 mile (1.6 km) Tornado remained over open country.
EF0 N of New Cambria Saline 38°57′N 97°31′W / 38.95°N 97.51°W / 38.95; -97.51 (New Cambria (Apr. 14, EF0)) 2223 0.25 miles (400 m) Brief tornado touchdown with no damage.
EF0 NE of Cambridge (2nd tornado) Cowley 37°26′N 96°33′W / 37.43°N 96.55°W / 37.43; -96.55 (Cambridge (Apr. 14, EF0)) 2311 unknown Brief tornado touchdown with no damage.
EF0 SW of Broughton Clay 39°15′N 97°09′W / 39.25°N 97.15°W / 39.25; -97.15 (Broughton (Apr. 14, EF0)) 2312 unknown Brief rope tornado with no damage.
Oregon
EF0 SSW of Lexington Morrow 45°25′N 119°43′W / 45.42°N 119.71°W / 45.42; -119.71 (Lexington (Apr. 14, EF0)) 2315 0.1 miles (160 m) Brief tornado reported in the area.
Arkansas
EF1 SW of West Hartford Sebastian 34°58′N 94°26′W / 34.97°N 94.43°W / 34.97; -94.43 (West Hartford (Apr. 14, EF1)) 0310 1 mile (1.6 km) A large barn was destroyed and trees were uprooted.
EF1 N of Dyer Crawford 35°31′N 94°08′W / 35.52°N 94.14°W / 35.52; -94.14 (Dyer (Apr. 14, EF1)) 0335 3 miles (4.8 km) Two houses were damaged and large trees were uprooted or snapped.
EF1 SW of Mena Polk 34°35′N 94°14′W / 34.58°N 94.24°W / 34.58; -94.24 (Mena (Apr. 14, EF1)) 0407 0.5 miles (800 m) A Frito-Lay distribution warehouse was destroyed and a barn and a house were damaged.
EF1 S of Branch Franklin 35°19′N 93°57′W / 35.31°N 93.95°W / 35.31; -93.95 (Branch (Apr. 14, EF1)) 0408 4.8 miles (7.7 km) A mobile home was rolled over and two chicken houses were heavily damaged. Two people were injured.
EF1 NW of Danville Yell 35°01′N 93°22′W / 35.01°N 93.37°W / 35.01; -93.37 (Chickalah (Apr. 14, EF1)) 0412 0.8 miles (1.3 km) A barn was destroyed and farming equipment was damaged.
EF1 NW of Chickalah Yell 35°10′N 93°19′W / 35.17°N 93.31°W / 35.17; -93.31 (Chickalah (Apr. 14, EF1)) 0435 1.8 miles (2.9 km) A mobile home was destroyed and numerous trees were blown over.
EF1 ESE of Loy Madison 36°00′N 93°31′W / 36.00°N 93.52°W / 36.00; -93.52 (Loy (Apr. 14, EF1)) 0510 1 mile (1.6 km) A house was damaged and trees were uprooted.
Texas
EF0 NW of Honey Grove Fannin 33°35′N 95°56′W / 33.59°N 95.93°W / 33.59; -95.93 (Honey Grove (Apr. 14, EF0)) 0346 1.4 miles (2.3 km) Several structures and trees were damaged.
Sources:

SPC Storm Reports for 04/14/11, NWS Norman, NWS Tulsa, NWS Shreveport, NWS Fort Worth, NWS Wichita, NWS Little Rock, NCDC Storm Data

April 15 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Friday, April 15, 2011
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
Arkansas
EF1 N of Fountain Lake Garland, Saline 34°36′N 93°00′W / 34.60°N 93.00°W / 34.60; -93.00 (Fountain Lake (Apr. 15, EF1)) 0613 7.2 miles (11.6 km) Hundreds of trees were blown down, some on houses. A couple of barns had roof damage, and one house had its porch and part of its roof blown off.
EF1 E of Traskwood Saline 34°27′N 92°38′W / 34.45°N 92.63°W / 34.45; -92.63 (Traskwood (Apr. 15, EF1)) 0638 3 miles (4.8 km) Several houses were damaged, a barn was destroyed and trees were snapped.
EF1 S of Sardis Saline, Pulaski 34°29′N 92°28′W / 34.48°N 92.46°W / 34.48; -92.46 (Sardis (Apr. 15, EF1)) 0647 16.6 miles (26.7 km) Extensive tree damage in the area, some of the trees fell on houses damaging them.
EF1 Little Rock Pulaski 34°45′N 92°23′W / 34.75°N 92.38°W / 34.75; -92.38 (Little Rock (Apr. 15, EF1)) 0657 3.9 miles (6.3 km) 2 deaths - A large tree fell onto a house in the west side of Little Rock, killing two occupants. Over 100 other houses were damaged by fallen trees and the tornado itself. Two others were injured.
EF1 S of Sweet Home Pulaski 34°39′N 92°15′W / 34.65°N 92.25°W / 34.65; -92.25 (Sweet Home (Apr. 15, EF1)) 0700 6.9 miles (11.1 km) Two industrial buildings were heavily damaged at the Port of Little Rock, one of which was destroyed.
EF1 S of Scott Pulaski, Lonoke 34°37′N 92°09′W / 34.61°N 92.15°W / 34.61; -92.15 (Scott (Apr. 15, EF1)) 0709 6.9 miles (11.1 km) A mobile home was destroyed, injuring an occupant. A farm and a cotton gin were also heavily damaged.
EF2 S of Lonoke Lonoke 34°37′N 91°56′W / 34.61°N 91.94°W / 34.61; -91.94 (Lonoke (Apr. 15, EF2)) 0717 7 miles (11 km) Over 50 transmission towers owned by Entergy were toppled.
Mississippi
EF0 NE of Mayersville Issaquena 32°58′N 91°02′W / 32.96°N 91.03°W / 32.96; -91.03 (Mayersville (Apr. 15, EF0)) 1126 1 mile (1.6 km) A house and a mobile home sustained minor damage. A few trees and tree limbs were damaged.
EF0 SW of Whistler Wayne 31°39′N 88°53′W / 31.65°N 88.88°W / 31.65; -88.88 (Whistler (Apr. 15, EF0)) 1520 unknown Brief tornado confirmed by the local EMA.
EF3 Clinton area Hinds 32°20′N 90°20′W / 32.34°N 90.33°W / 32.34; -90.33 (Clinton (Apr. 15, EF3)) 1551 17 miles (27 km) Severe damage in the region with many houses and businesses damaged or destroyed and thousands of trees were snapped or uprooted. Malaco Records, one of the top Blues/Gospel/Soul labels in the country, was destroyed by the tornado. Ten people were injured.[57]
EF1 E of Ridgeland Madison, Rankin 32°26′N 90°07′W / 32.44°N 90.11°W / 32.44; -90.11 (Ridgeland (Apr. 15, EF1)) 1622 8 miles (13 km) Several buildings sustained minor damage around the Ross Barnett Reservoir. Tornado was a waterspout for much of its life, and may have been stronger over water but no damage reports could confirm such.
EF1 Pisgah Rankin 32°20′N 89°53′W / 32.34°N 89.89°W / 32.34; -89.89 (Pisgah (Apr. 15, EF1)) 1643 7.5 miles (12.1 km) Extensive tree damage in the area, with some landing on houses, and a few houses sustained minor damage directly from the tornado.
EF1 SE of Ludlow Scott, Leake 32°34′N 89°43′W / 32.56°N 89.71°W / 32.56; -89.71 (Ludlow (Apr. 15, EF1)) 1658 6.5 miles (10.5 km) Several houses sustained roof damage, mostly from fallen trees. A mobile home and several sheds were heavily damaged.
EF1 State Line area Greene, Wayne, Washington (AL) 31°26′N 88°28′W / 31.44°N 88.47°W / 31.44; -88.47 (State Line (Apr. 15, EF1)) 1741 6 miles (9.7 km) Five houses and an abandoned church were damaged and a garage and a metal building were destroyed.
EF3 Scooba/Geiger area Neshoba, Kemper, Sumter (AL) 32°45′N 88°49′W / 32.75°N 88.81°W / 32.75; -88.81 (Scooba (Apr. 15, EF3)) 1753 48.5 miles (78.1 km) Very large and dangerous wedge tornado confirmed in the area. Numerous houses and many mobile homes were reported destroyed or flattened according to ABC 33/40 coverage and trees were seriously damaged as well. Five people were injured.
EF0 SE of Hazlehurst Copiah 31°48′N 90°22′W / 31.80°N 90.37°W / 31.80; -90.37 (Hazlehurst (Apr. 15, EF0)) 1839 1 mile (1.6 km) Damage limited to trees uprooted or snapped.
EF1 E of Puckett Rankin, Smith 32°04′N 89°41′W / 32.07°N 89.69°W / 32.07; -89.69 (Puckett (Apr. 15, EF1)) 1847 3.7 miles (6.0 km) A barn sustained minor damage and many trees were uprooted or snapped.
EF1 SE of Lexington Holmes 33°05′N 89°54′W / 33.08°N 89.90°W / 33.08; -89.90 (Lexington (Apr. 15, EF1)) 1854 5.6 miles (9.0 km) Many trees were snapped or knocked down along the path.
EF2 Possumneck area Attala 33°08′N 89°44′W / 33.14°N 89.74°W / 33.14; -89.74 (Possumneck (Apr. 15, EF2)) 1919 3 miles (4.8 km) A mobile home was flattened and blown away and numerous trees were uprooted. Two people were seriously injured.
EF1 NE of Pineville Smith, Scott, Newton 32°13′N 89°22′W / 32.21°N 89.37°W / 32.21; -89.37 (Pineville (Apr. 15, EF1)) 1923 6.8 miles (10.9 km) A barn sustained minor damage and many trees were uprooted or snapped.
EF0 E of Hesterville Attala 33°10′N 89°36′W / 33.16°N 89.60°W / 33.16; -89.60 (Hesterville (Apr. 15, EF0)) 1933 4 miles (6.4 km) A few trees were uprooted.
EF1 NE of Bay Springs (1st tornado) Jasper 32°01′N 89°15′W / 32.02°N 89.25°W / 32.02; -89.25 (Bay Springs (Apr. 15, EF1)) 2004 1.5 miles (2.4 km) Trees were knocked down along the path. First of two tornadoes in the area.
EF1 ENE of Quitman Clarke, Choctaw (AL) 32°01′N 88°43′W / 32.01°N 88.72°W / 32.01; -88.72 (Quitman (Apr. 15, EF1)) 2108 15.6 miles (25.1 km) Rain wrapped tornado damaged a house, destroyed three outbuildings and snapped hundreds of trees.
EF1 NE of Bay Springs (2nd tornado) Jasper 32°01′N 89°15′W / 32.02°N 89.25°W / 32.02; -89.25 (Bay Springs (Apr. 15, EF1)) 2159 2 miles (3.2 km) The roof was blown off a barn and trees were blown down, one of which fell on a house. Second of two tornadoes in the area with overlapping damage.
EF3 Leakesville area Greene, Washington (AL) 31°09′N 88°34′W / 31.15°N 88.56°W / 31.15; -88.56 (Leakesville (Apr. 15, EF3)) 0053 24 miles (39 km) 4 deaths – Numerous houses, mobile homes and businesses were destroyed, both in Leakesville and in the Deer Park community in Alabama. One of the fatalities was in Mississippi and three were in Alabama, all died in mobile homes. 28 others were injured.
Alabama
EF1 S of Butler Choctaw, Marengo 32°02′N 88°14′W / 32.03°N 88.24°W / 32.03; -88.24 (Butler (Apr. 15, EF1)) 1648 16.7 miles (26.9 km) Several large trees were blown down, one of which destroyed a manufactured home.
EF2 NNE of Yarbo Washington 31°33′N 88°17′W / 31.55°N 88.28°W / 31.55; -88.28 (Yarbo (Apr. 15, EF2)) 1704 0.9 miles (1.4 km) A wood frame house was destroyed and several large trees were knocked down. One person was injured.
EF0 WNW of Melvin Choctaw 31°55′N 88°28′W / 31.92°N 88.47°W / 31.92; -88.47 (Melvin (Apr. 15, EF0)) 1710 0.1 miles (160 m) Minor damage to outbuildings and trees were snapped near the Hunt Oil Refinery by a brief tornado.
EF1 Nanafalia area (1st tornado) Marengo 32°07′N 87°59′W / 32.11°N 87.99°W / 32.11; -87.99 (Nanafalia (Apr. 15, EF1)) 1715 0.5 miles (800 m) First of two tornadoes in the community. Damage to trees and minor roof damage on houses.
EF1 NW of Carlton Clarke 31°22′N 87°53′W / 31.36°N 87.88°W / 31.36; -87.88 (Carlton (Apr. 15, EF1)) 1720 3.3 miles (5.3 km) Hundreds of trees were blown down on the Fred T. Stimpson State Game Preserve.
EF0 E of Evansboro Choctaw 31°55′N 88°28′W / 31.92°N 88.47°W / 31.92; -88.47 (Evansboro (Apr. 15, EF0)) 1726 4.7 miles (7.6 km) Two mobile homes were damaged.
EF2 Gainesville area Sumter 32°48′N 88°13′W / 32.80°N 88.21°W / 32.80; -88.21 (Gainesville (Apr. 15, EF2)) 2003 4.5 miles (7.2 km) Two houses were damaged and numerous trees were uprooted or snapped.
EF3 Tuscaloosa area Greene, Tuscaloosa 33°08′N 87°34′W / 33.14°N 87.56°W / 33.14; -87.56 (Tuscaloosa (Apr. 15, EF3)) 2014 18.4 miles (29.6 km) Large tornado confirmed by the ABC 33/40 tower camera in the southern part of town near the track of the December 2000 storm. Severe damage in a commercial area near McFarland Mall where numerous houses and businesses sustained structural damage. A radio tower was also crushed southwest of Tuscaloosa. Area later hit by a much more destructive tornado on April 27.
EF2 N of Greensboro Hale 32°43′N 87°37′W / 32.72°N 87.62°W / 32.72; -87.62 (Greensboro (Apr. 15, EF2)) 2033 2.2 miles (3.5 km) Roofs were removed from houses and trees and power lines were knocked down. A church was also heavily damaged.
EF2 Cuba area Sumter 32°26′09″N 88°19′44″W / 32.4359°N 88.3288°W / 32.4359; -88.3288 (Cuba (Apr. 15, EF2)) 2053 8.9 miles (14.3 km) Two homes were damaged and two outbuildings were destroyed. Several large trees were also snapped.
EF1 S of West Blocton Bibb 32°54′N 87°22′W / 32.90°N 87.36°W / 32.90; -87.36 (West Blocton (Apr. 15, EF1)) 2100 21.8 miles (35.1 km) Several houses and mobile homes were damaged and many trees were knocked down by a long track, large wedge tornado.
EF1 S of Beatrice Monroe 31°41′N 87°13′W / 31.69°N 87.21°W / 31.69; -87.21 (Beatrice (Apr. 15, EF1)) 2106 0.8 miles (1.3 km) Numerous trees were uprooted or snapped.
EF2 N of Demopolis Greene, Hale 32°35′N 87°50′W / 32.59°N 87.84°W / 32.59; -87.84 (Demopolis (Apr. 15, EF2)) 2144 24 miles (39 km) Three mobile homes were heavily damaged and tens of thousands of trees were snapped or uprooted along the path.
EF0 Alabaster area Shelby 33°15′N 86°49′W / 33.25°N 86.82°W / 33.25; -86.82 (Alabaster (Apr. 15, EF0)) 2159 1.36 miles (2.19 km) A few trees and tree limbs were damaged, some landing on houses with minor damage.
EF3 Myrtlewood area Marengo 32°12′N 87°59′W / 32.20°N 87.98°W / 32.20; -87.98 (Linden (Apr. 15, EF3)) 2204 15.3 miles (24.6 km) 1 death - Many mobile homes and houses were damaged or destroyed. Fatality occurred in a mobile home. Four others were injured.[58]
EF2 Pinhook area (1st tornado) Marengo 32°19′N 87°56′W / 32.31°N 87.93°W / 32.31; -87.93 (Pinhook (Apr. 15, EF2)) 2219 5.4 miles (8.7 km) One house was destroyed and numerous others were damaged, some severely. Extensive tree damage along the path.
EF2 NE of Midway (1st tornado) Monroe 31°42′N 87°08′W / 31.70°N 87.14°W / 31.70; -87.14 (Midway (Apr. 15, EF2)) 2229 12 miles (19 km) Three houses and a church were severely damaged.
EF2 Dayton area Marengo 32°17′N 87°43′W / 32.29°N 87.72°W / 32.29; -87.72 (Dayton (Apr. 15, EF2)) 2235 10.9 miles (17.5 km) Several houses sustained significant roof damage. Hundreds of trees were uprooted or snapped.
EF1 Pinhook area (2nd tornado) Marengo 32°20′N 87°50′W / 32.33°N 87.83°W / 32.33; -87.83 (Pinhook (Apr. 15, EF1)) 2240 1.5 miles (2.4 km) Tornado remained over swampland with damage to a few trees.
EF1 Wilsonville Shelby 33°14′N 86°29′W / 33.24°N 86.48°W / 33.24; -86.48 (Wilsonville (Apr. 15, EF1)) 2244 4.4 miles (7.1 km) Tornado sighted along Highway 25. One house was damaged and numerous trees were snapped.
EF0 SE of Uniontown Perry 32°25′N 87°30′W / 32.41°N 87.50°W / 32.41; -87.50 (Uniontown (Apr. 15, EF0)) 2300 4.6 miles (7.4 km) Two outbuildings were heavily damaged and many trees were snapped.
EF2 Tunnel Springs area Monroe 31°40′N 87°08′W / 31.67°N 87.13°W / 31.67; -87.13 (Tunnel Springs (Apr. 15, EF2)) 2311 1 mile (1.6 km) A church was heavily damaged. Tornado was downgraded from EF3 to EF2 in final analysis and confirmed to be several tornadoes rather than a single long-track tornado.
EF1 NE of Midway (2nd tornado) Monroe, Butler 31°42′N 87°01′W / 31.70°N 87.01°W / 31.70; -87.01 (Midway (Apr. 15, EF1)) 2322 21.5 miles (34.6 km) Tornado confirmed by spotters with a large debris field. Several houses were damaged.
EF2 Hamburg Perry 32°34′N 87°17′W / 32.56°N 87.29°W / 32.56; -87.29 (Hamburg (Apr. 15, EF2)) 2325 0.8 miles (1.3 km) Damage primarily to trees uprooted, but a barn lost its roof.
EF2 Nanafalia area (2nd tornado) Choctaw, Marengo 32°07′N 88°00′W / 32.12°N 88.00°W / 32.12; -88.00 (Nanafalia (Apr. 15, EF2)) 2338 39 miles (63 km) Second of two tornadoes in the community and much larger and more intense than the first. Many houses were heavily damaged. Extensive tree damage along the path.
EF1 NNW of Valley Grande Dallas 32°36′N 87°01′W / 32.60°N 87.01°W / 32.60; -87.01 (Valley Grande (Apr. 15, EF1)) 0005 0.1 miles (160 m) A mobile home sustained significant damage and several trees were knocked down.
EF0 SW of Hope Hull Lowndes 32°13′N 86°27′W / 32.22°N 86.45°W / 32.22; -86.45 (Hope Hull (Apr. 15, EF0)) 0023 2.72 miles (4.38 km) A few houses sustained minor damage and trees were snapped.
EF1 WNW of Cahaba River Dallas 32°28′N 87°14′W / 32.47°N 87.23°W / 32.47; -87.23 (Chaba River (Apr. 15, EF1)) 0048 0.2 miles (320 m) A metal warehouse sustained extensive damage.
EF1 N of Beloit Dallas 32°23′N 87°10′W / 32.38°N 87.16°W / 32.38; -87.16 (Beloit (Apr. 15, EF1)) 0104 1.6 miles (2.6 km) A large cattle feeder was destroyed and hundreds of trees were snapped.
EF1 SE of Independence Autauga 32°31′N 86°40′W / 32.51°N 86.67°W / 32.51; -86.67 (Independence (Apr. 15, EF1)) 0148 7.9 miles (12.7 km) Numerous trees were snapped off or uprooted. Several structures suffered minor damage.
EF1 SE of Oak Grove Autauga 32°34′N 86°37′W / 32.56°N 86.61°W / 32.56; -86.61 (Oak Grove (Apr. 15, EF1)) 0156 13.4 miles (21.6 km) Numerous trees were snapped off or uprooted. Several structures suffered minor damage.
EF0 E of Rollins Autauga 32°37′N 86°31′W / 32.61°N 86.51°W / 32.61; -86.51 (Rollins (Apr. 15, EF0)) 0206 4.4 miles (7.1 km) Numerous cedar trees were blown down. No structural damage occurred.
EF2 Gainestown Clarke 31°27′N 87°41′W / 31.45°N 87.69°W / 31.45; -87.69 (Gainstown (Apr. 15, EF2)) 0220 0.4 miles (640 m) Three mobile homes were destroyed and a house was heavily damaged.
EF2 W of Mulberry Dallas, Autauga 32°23′N 86°50′W / 32.39°N 86.84°W / 32.39; -86.84 (Mulberry (Apr. 15, EF2)) 0225 13.4 miles (21.6 km) Hundreds of trees were snapped off or uprooted and several houses were damaged.
EF0 N of Titus Elmore 32°43′N 86°19′W / 32.72°N 86.31°W / 32.72; -86.31 (Titus (Apr. 15, EF0)) 0227 0.4 miles (640 m) A carport was destroyed and a few tree limbs were snapped.
EF1 NE of Tyler Autauga 32°23′N 86°50′W / 32.38°N 86.83°W / 32.38; -86.83 (Tyler (Apr. 15, EF1)) 0229 3 miles (4.8 km) Hundreds of trees were snapped off or uprooted. The starting point of the tornado is still under investigation (likely farther west). This tornado happened in close proximity in space and time to the Mulberry tornado.
EF0 Citronelle Mobile 31°05′N 88°14′W / 31.09°N 88.24°W / 31.09; -88.24 (Citronelle (Apr. 15, EF0)) 0305 1.3 miles (2.1 km) A mobile home and an apartment complex both lost their roofs. Scattered tree damage along the path.
EF2 NE of Midway (3rd tornado) Monroe 31°46′N 87°01′W / 31.76°N 87.01°W / 31.76; -87.01 (Midway (Apr. 15, EF2)) 0326 8.5 miles (13.7 km) A church was destroyed and a house was severely damaged.
EF3 N of Pine Level Autauga 32°34′N 86°37′W / 32.57°N 86.61°W / 32.57; -86.61 (Pine Level (Apr. 15, EF3)) 0347 9.5 miles (15.3 km) 3 deaths – Severe damage occurred, with four serious injuries. At least 50 homes and one business were significantly damaged or destroyed. Hundreds of trees were snapped off or uprooted. This was the third tornado to affect the same general area during the evening hours.
EF2 Equality area Elmore, Coosa, Tallapoosa 32°41′N 86°12′W / 32.68°N 86.20°W / 32.68; -86.20 (Equality (Apr. 15, EF2)) 0417 22.4 miles (36.0 km) One house was destroyed and many trees were uprooted or snapped along the track by a large wedge tornado. Two people were injured.
EF1 W of Jackson's Gap Tallapoosa 32°52′N 85°53′W / 32.87°N 85.88°W / 32.87; -85.88 (Jackson's Gap (Apr. 15, EF1)) 0443 6.6 miles (10.6 km) Many trees were knocked down, damaging three houses.
EF1 NW of Brewton Escambia 31°14′N 87°07′W / 31.23°N 87.12°W / 31.23; -87.12 (Brewton (Apr. 15, EF1)) 0445 10.2 miles (16.4 km) Multiple houses and structures were damaged, including a hut style house that was destroyed.
EF2 N of Greenville Butler 31°52′N 86°38′W / 31.86°N 86.63°W / 31.86; -86.63 (Greenville (Apr. 15, EF2)) 0457 3.3 miles (5.3 km) A church was heavily damaged along with two houses. Hundreds of trees were uprooted or snapped.
EF2 Damascus area Escambia, Conecuh, Covington 31°10′N 86°52′W / 31.17°N 86.86°W / 31.17; -86.86 (Damascus (Apr. 16, EF2)) 0508 23 miles (37 km) Several houses and mobile homes were heavily damaged or destroyed. The community center in Andalusia was also damaged.
Missouri
EF1 NE of Bowling Green Pike 39°23′N 91°09′W / 39.39°N 91.15°W / 39.39; -91.15 (Bowling Green (Apr. 15, EF1)) 1835 3 miles (4.8 km) Damage to homes, outhouses, and vehicles. Trees were downed.
EF0 Chaffee Scott 37°11′N 89°40′W / 37.18°N 89.66°W / 37.18; -89.66 (Chaffee (Apr. 15, EF0)) 2147 unknown A double-wide mobile home was damaged and a shed was destroyed.[59]
Illinois
EF1 SW of Easton Mason 40°15′N 89°58′W / 40.25°N 89.96°W / 40.25; -89.96 (Easton (Apr. 15, EF1)) 2230 3.2 miles (5.1 km) Two houses and several outbuildings were damaged and numerous trees were knocked down. One person was injured.
EF0 NE of Athens Menard 40°03′N 89°53′W / 40.05°N 89.88°W / 40.05; -89.88 (Athens (Apr. 15, EF0)) 2322 1.2 miles (1.9 km) One house sustained minor damage.
EF1 N of Athens Menard 40°03′N 89°55′W / 40.05°N 89.92°W / 40.05; -89.92 (Athens (Apr. 15, EF1)) 2325 2.3 miles (3.7 km) A few houses were damaged, one heavily by fallen trees.
Georgia
EF0 SSE of Hamilton Harris 32°46′N 84°53′W / 32.76°N 84.88°W / 32.76; -84.88 (Hamilton (Apr. 16, EF0)) 2350 0.43 miles (690 m) Brief tornado destroyed a gazebo and a storage shed and snapped a few trees.
Kentucky
EF0 SW of Cadiz Trigg 36°50′N 87°52′W / 36.84°N 87.87°W / 36.84; -87.87 (Cadiz (Apr. 15, EF0)) 0012 0.25 miles (400 m) Brief tornado uprooted a few trees.
EF1 Cadiz Trigg 36°52′N 87°49′W / 36.87°N 87.82°W / 36.87; -87.82 (Cadiz (Apr. 15, EF1)) 0014 2.5 miles (4.0 km) Two houses sustained minor damage. Several trees were uprooted, one of which pulled an electrical line out of its box.
Sources:

SPC Storm Reports for 04/15/11, NWS Central Illinois, NWS Jackson, NWS Mobile, NWS Little Rock, NWS Birmingham, NWS Paducah, NCDC Storm Data

April 16 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Saturday, April 16, 2011
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
Georgia
EF1 Fort Benning Chattahoochee 32°22′N 84°51′W / 32.37°N 84.85°W / 32.37; -84.85 (Fort Benning (Apr. 16, EF1)) 0850 0.25 miles (400 m) A dormitory at Fort Benning was heavily damaged and trees were knocked down.
EF1 NW of Macon Bibb 32°53′N 83°43′W / 32.88°N 83.71°W / 32.88; -83.71 (Macon (Apr. 16, EF1)) 1002 2.6 miles (4.2 km) Four houses were destroyed and about 25 others were damaged, some heavily. Two businesses were also damaged and hundreds of trees were knocked down.
North Carolina
EF1 N of Salisbury Rowan, Davie 35°40′N 80°30′W / 35.66°N 80.50°W / 35.66; -80.50 (Salisbury (Apr. 16, EF1)) 1641 4 miles (6.4 km) Intermittent tornado touchdown with damage to trees and houses. Storm moved north-northwest, along U.S. Route 601, and dissipated east of Cooleemee in a remote area.
EF0 N of Monroe Union 35°01′N 80°34′W / 35.01°N 80.56°W / 35.01; -80.56 (Monroe (Apr. 16, EF0)) 1659 2.5 miles (4.0 km) Minor damage to several businesses in the area, starting just north of Monroe. Intermittent path was imbedded in a larger area of strong downburst damage.
EF1 Union Ridge area Alamance, Caswell 36°12′N 79°25′W / 36.20°N 79.42°W / 36.20; -79.42 (Union Ridge (Apr. 16, EF1)) 1808 10 miles (16 km) Began in the Altamahaw area, west of Lake Cammack. Roofs and chimneys were blown off of over 30 houses and trees were knocked down, with at least 13 houses sustaining severe damage. Minor damage caused by high winds to buildings at Elon University.
EF2 Roxboro area Person, Halifax (VA) 36°27′N 78°59′W / 36.45°N 78.99°W / 36.45; -78.99 (Roxboro (Apr. 16, EF2)) 1840 27 miles (43 km) Several houses were destroyed and many others damaged, some heavily. Two schools were damaged and four mobile homes were also destroyed. Six people were injured.
EF3 Sanford to Rolesville Moore, Lee, Chatham, Wake 35°28′N 79°03′W / 35.46°N 79.05°W / 35.46; -79.05 (Sanford (Apr. 16, EF3)) 1853 65 miles (105 km) 6 deaths - See article section on this tornado
EF1 Rowland Robeson 34°32′N 79°17′W / 34.54°N 79.29°W / 34.54; -79.29 (Rowland (Apr. 16, EF1)) 1933 0.7 miles (1.1 km) About 50 houses were damaged, some by fallen trees, and an elementary school was also damaged. A few outbuildings were also destroyed.
EF3 Wayside to Godwin Hoke, Cumberland, Harnett, Johnston 35°10′N 78°44′W / 35.16°N 78.74°W / 35.16; -78.74 (Linden (Apr. 16, EF3)) 1933 53 miles (85 km) 2 deaths - See article section on this tornado
EF1 Barker Ten Mile Robeson 34°41′N 79°00′W / 34.68°N 79.00°W / 34.68; -79.00 (Barker Ten Mile (Apr. 16, EF1)) 1947 1.6 miles (2.6 km) Many trees were uprooted or snapped in the community, which damaged over 100 houses.
EF2 Roseboro area Bladen, Cumberland, Sampson 34°55′N 78°20′W / 34.92°N 78.34°W / 34.92; -78.34 (Roseboro (Apr. 16, EF2)) 2025 31 miles (50 km) 3 deaths - Several mobile homes were destroyed, and the three fatalities were in mobile homes near the beginning of the track. Over 100 houses were damaged including about 30 which were destroyed, and many trees were uprooted or snapped. 13 other people were injured. Storm continued to Faison.
EF1 Micro Johnston 35°34′N 78°13′W / 35.57°N 78.21°W / 35.57; -78.21 (Micor (Apr. 16, EF1)) 2050 9 miles (14 km) Tornado touched down as the Fayetteville tornado dissipated. Several houses and businesses were damaged and trees and power lines were knocked down.
EF2 Bladenboro area Bladen 34°31′N 78°47′W / 34.52°N 78.78°W / 34.52; -78.78 (Bladenville (Apr. 16, EF2)) 2058 13 miles (21 km) 1 death - Tornado touched down at the intersection of Seaboard and Highway 242 in downtown Bladenboro. An industrial park in Bladenboro sustained major damage. A mobile home park was also heavily damaged, where the fatality occurred. Storm tracked west of Highway 242, striking Elizabethtown, where homes, many trees and a church were also damaged. The storm dissipated after crossing Highway 53.
EF0 Faison Duplin 35°07′N 78°08′W / 35.12°N 78.14°W / 35.12; -78.14 (Faison (Apr. 16, EF0)) 2112 0.2 miles (320 m) Brief tornado with minor tree damage.
EF2 Wilson area Wilson 35°43′N 78°00′W / 35.71°N 78.00°W / 35.71; -78.00 (Wilson (Apr. 16, EF2)) 2112 9 miles (14 km) Tornado touched down just north of Lucama. Over 175 houses were damaged including over 40 that were destroyed and trees were snapped as the storm tracked NE into the western part of Wilson. Numerous businesses were also damaged, including a car dealership which was nearly destroyed. 10 people were injured.
EF2 Roanoke Rapids area Halifax, Northampton 36°25′N 77°42′W / 36.41°N 77.70°W / 36.41; -77.70 (Roanoke Rapids (Apr. 16, EF2)) 2120 8 miles (13 km) Over 90 houses were damaged including about 15 which were destroyed, and an industrial building and a Sonic Drive-In restaurant were heavily damaged.
EF3 Snow Hill area Wayne, Lenoir, Greene 35°27′N 77°40′W / 35.45°N 77.67°W / 35.45; -77.67 (Snow Hill (Apr. 16, EF3)) 2132 20 miles (32 km) Tracked from east of Goldsboro to west of Farmville. Between 40 and 50 houses were destroyed, a few of which were nearly flattened, along with several businesses. The local middle school sustained severe damage and the gym at the high school was destroyed. Two people were seriously injured and about 25 others sustained minor injuries.
EF0 SW of Clarkton Columbus 34°25′N 78°44′W / 34.41°N 78.73°W / 34.41; -78.73 (Clarkton (Apr. 16, EF0)) 2133 0.25 miles (400 m) Brief tornado spotted by storm chasers in an open field with no damage. Video of this touchdown can be seen on YouTube under Clarkton NC Tornado.
EF1 Farmville area Pitt 35°34′N 77°35′W / 35.57°N 77.59°W / 35.57; -77.59 (Farmville (Apr. 16, EF1)) 2159 3 miles (4.8 km) Numerous houses sustained significant damage, including loss of roofs. Five people sustained minor injuries. Initially considered an extension of the Snow Hill tornado, it was later confirmed as a separate tornado.
EF1 S of Whiteville Columbus 34°11′N 78°44′W / 34.19°N 78.74°W / 34.19; -78.74 (Whiteville (Apr. 16, EF1)) 2205 1 mile (1.6 km) Several houses were damaged and many trees were uprooted or snapped.
EF0 S of Kenansville Duplin 34°58′N 77°58′W / 34.96°N 77.97°W / 34.96; -77.97 (Kenansville (Apr. 16, EF0)) 2235 0.1 miles (160 m) A few trees were knocked down.
EF3 Askewville area Bertie, Hertford 36°07′N 76°56′W / 36.11°N 76.94°W / 36.11; -76.94 (Askewville (Apr. 16, EF3)) 2255 18.8 miles (30.3 km) 12 deaths - See article section on this tornado
EF2 N of Colerain Bertie, Hertford, Gates 36°13′N 76°47′W / 36.22°N 76.78°W / 36.22; -76.78 (Colerain (Apr. 16, EF2)) 2305 17.8 miles (28.6 km) Satellite tornado to the devastating Askewville tornado. Numerous houses and other buildings, including poultry houses, were damaged. Eight people were injured.
EF2 Hargetts Crossroads Jones 35°00′N 77°38′W / 35.00°N 77.64°W / 35.00; -77.64 (Hargetts Crossroads (Apr. 16, EF2)) 2307 2 miles (3.2 km) Tornado primarily remained in rural countryside but one house was impacted and destroyed.
EF0 NE of Robersonville Martin 35°53′N 77°10′W / 35.89°N 77.17°W / 35.89; -77.17 (Robersonville (Apr. 16, EF0)) 2309 0.15 miles (240 m) Brief tornado tore the roof off a double-wide mobile home.
EF0 N of Vanceboro Craven 35°20′N 77°10′W / 35.34°N 77.17°W / 35.34; -77.17 (Vanceboro (Apr. 16, EF0)) 2340 0.1 miles (160 m) Brief tornado bent and twisted a metal sign.
EF0 Bath Beaufort 35°28′N 76°49′W / 35.47°N 76.81°W / 35.47; -76.81 (Bath (Apr. 16, EF0)) 0008 0.4 miles (640 m) Minor damage to several houses and a few trees were snapped in the community as a waterspout came ashore.
EF3 Jacksonville area Onslow 34°46′N 77°24′W / 34.76°N 77.40°W / 34.76; -77.40 (Jacksonville (Apr. 16, EF3)) 0011 3.7 miles (6.0 km) Tornado touched down in the area, including on Camp Lejeune. WNCT[disambiguation needed] coverage reported that severe damage occurred in the area. 30 houses in the Tarawa II subdivision were damaged, and 5 were completely destroyed. Dozens of other houses were damaged or destroyed. At least 30 people were injured.
EF2 Riverdale Craven, Pamlico 34°59′N 77°00′W / 34.99°N 77.00°W / 34.99; -77.00 (Riverdale (Apr. 16, EF2)) 0043 4 miles (6.4 km) Numerous houses were severely damaged or destroyed and several others sustained minor damage. Seven people were injured.
EF1 Alligator Tyrrell 35°51′N 76°13′W / 35.85°N 76.21°W / 35.85; -76.21 (Alligator (Apr. 16, EF1)) 0101 7.2 miles (11.6 km) A church and a mobile home were heavily damaged and trees were snapped.
EF1 Harbinger Currituck 36°07′N 75°52′W / 36.12°N 75.86°W / 36.12; -75.86 (Harbinger (Apr. 16, EF1)) 0130 2.2 miles (3.5 km) Tornado began as a waterspout on Albemarle Sound and moved inland, crossing U.S. Route 158 into Currituck Sound. A few houses and businesses were damaged and vehicles and boats were thrown.
EF1 Duck Dare 36°10′N 75°45′W / 36.16°N 75.75°W / 36.16; -75.75 (Duck (Apr. 16, EF1)) 0135 0.65 miles (1.05 km) About 75 houses and businesses were damaged in the community, a few of which were heavily damaged primarily due to fallen trees, before the tornado entered the Atlantic Ocean.
Virginia
EF0 Vesuvius Rockbridge 37°54′N 79°12′W / 37.90°N 79.20°W / 37.90; -79.20 (Vesuvius (Apr. 16, EF0)) 1803 1.3 miles (2.1 km) Intermittent tornado touchdown with minor damage, mostly to trees.
EF1 SW of Stuarts Draft Augusta 38°01′N 79°04′W / 38.01°N 79.07°W / 38.01; -79.07 (Stuarts Draft (Apr. 16, EF1)) 1820 4 miles (6.4 km) Numerous trees were snapped and several houses and barns were destroyed.
EF1 SE of Rehoboth Lunenburg 36°53′N 78°25′W / 36.88°N 78.41°W / 36.88; -78.41 (Rehoboth (Apr. 16, EF1)) 1930 17.2 miles (27.7 km) A few sheds and outbuildings and many trees were damaged.
EF1 NW of Dinwiddie Dinwiddie 37°06′N 77°40′W / 37.10°N 77.66°W / 37.10; -77.66 (Dinwiddie (Apr. 16, EF1)) 2037 7 miles (11 km) Several houses sustained minor to moderate damage. Hundreds of trees were uprooted or snapped. Five people were injured.
EF1 NW of Boykins Southampton 36°37′N 77°14′W / 36.62°N 77.24°W / 36.62; -77.24 (Boykins (Apr. 16, EF1)) 2150 2 miles (3.2 km) A house sustained roof damage and a shed was heavily damaged.
EF1 NW of Urbanna Middlesex 37°41′N 76°35′W / 37.68°N 76.59°W / 37.68; -76.59 (Urbanna (Apr. 16, EF1)) 2230 2 miles (3.2 km) A house and a grain silo were heavily damaged and trees were snapped.
EF3 Clopton area Surry, James City, York, Gloucester, Mathews 37°20′N 76°33′W / 37.34°N 76.55°W / 37.34; -76.55 (Clopton (Apr. 16, EF3)) 2245 26 miles (42 km) 2 deaths - Tornado began near the Surry Nuclear Power Plant and damaged or destroyed over 200 houses along the track, with a few flattened. Page Middle School was also destroyed. At least 24 other people were injured.
EF2 Smithfield area Isle of Wight 36°59′N 76°37′W / 36.98°N 76.62°W / 36.98; -76.62 (Smithfield (Apr. 16, EF2)) 2310 23 miles (37 km) Long track tornado damaged about 25 houses, some heavily. Farm equipment was also thrown around and damaged.
EF0 W of Leesburg Loudoun 39°06′N 77°35′W / 39.10°N 77.59°W / 39.10; -77.59 (Leesburg (Apr. 16, EF0)) 2314 4 miles (6.4 km) Damage primarily to trees, although one house sustained minor damage.
EF2 Deltaville Middlesex 37°33′N 76°19′W / 37.55°N 76.32°W / 37.55; -76.32 (Deltaville (Apr. 16, EF2)) 2325 3 miles (4.8 km) At least 95 houses were damaged, some severely with a few destroyed.
South Carolina
EF1 Little Rock Dillon 34°29′N 79°24′W / 34.48°N 79.40°W / 34.48; -79.40 (Little Rock (Apr. 16, EF1)) 1925 1 mile (1.6 km) Numerous trees were uprooted or snapped, falling on houses with significant damage. Three people were injured.
EF0 SE of Gable Clarendon 33°46′N 80°05′W / 33.77°N 80.09°W / 33.77; -80.09 (Gable (Apr. 16, EF0)) 1927 10 miles (16 km) Intermittent tornado touchdown with tree damage.
EF1 SW of Foreston Clarendon 33°31′N 80°13′W / 33.51°N 80.21°W / 33.51; -80.21 (Gable (Apr. 16, EF1)) 2013 9 miles (14 km) Several trees were snapped along Lake Marion.
EF1 Saint Stephen area Berkeley 33°23′N 79°55′W / 33.39°N 79.92°W / 33.39; -79.92 (Saint Stephen (Apr. 16, EF1)) 2103 8 miles (13 km) Tornado started as a waterspout over Lake Moultrie and tracked eastward. A church was heavily damaged, a mobile home was destroyed and dozens of houses were damaged to varying degrees.
EF0 SW of Andrews Georgetown 33°21′N 79°39′W / 33.35°N 79.65°W / 33.35; -79.65 (Andrews (Apr. 16, EF0)) 2141 0.2 miles (320 m) A dozen trees were uprooted and snapped. A house suffered minor siding and flashing damage.
EF0 SSE of Andrews Georgetown 33°23′N 79°32′W / 33.39°N 79.54°W / 33.39; -79.54 (Andrews (Apr. 16, EF0)) 2145 0.5 miles (800 m) Tornado caused damage to roof deck of a mobile home and tossed two aluminum boats across yard. About 18 trees were knocked down.
EF1 ESE of Andrews Georgetown 33°25′N 79°27′W / 33.41°N 79.45°W / 33.41; -79.45 (Andrews (Apr. 16, EF1)) 2153 0.4 miles (640 m) Brief tornado snapped about 400 trees.
EF1 E of Andrews Georgetown 33°28′N 79°22′W / 33.46°N 79.37°W / 33.46; -79.37 (Andrews (Apr. 16, EF1)) 2159 0.5 miles (800 m) Two sheds were heavily damaged and a pickup truck was rolled. About 50 trees were uprooted or snapped.
Maryland
EF1 SE of Unionville Frederick, Carroll 39°26′N 77°09′W / 39.44°N 77.15°W / 39.44; -77.15 (Unionville (Apr. 16, EF1)) 2337 10 miles (16 km) Several trees were snapped and shingles were removed from the roof of one house. Initially estimated to be three tornadoes but later confirmed as a single tornado.
EF0 SW of Deep Run Carroll 39°41′N 77°00′W / 39.68°N 77.00°W / 39.68; -77.00 (Deep Run (Apr. 16, EF0)) 2356 2 miles (3.2 km) Numerous trees were uprooted and snapped. Two barns suffered roof damage.
Pennsylvania
EF0 W of York York 39°58′N 76°46′W / 39.97°N 76.77°W / 39.97; -76.77 (York (Apr. 16, EF0)) 0020 0.45 miles (720 m) Brief tornado removed a canopy from a gas station, damaged another business and snapped a few trees. Two people were injured.
Sources:

SPC Storm Reports for 04/16/11, NWS Peachtree City, NWS Charleston, NWS Greenville-Spartanburg, NWS Blacksburg, NWS Newport/Morehead City, NWS Raleigh, NWS Wilmington, NWS Wakefield, NWS State College, NCDC Storm Data

April 19 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Tuesday, April 19, 2011
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
Missouri
EF1 SW of Bowling Green Pike 39°19′N 91°16′W / 39.32°N 91.26°W / 39.32; -91.26 (Bowling Green (Apr. 19, EF1)) 2105 5 miles (8.0 km) Two houses were heavily damaged, and a barn and several outbuildings were destroyed.
EF0 Clarksville Pike 39°22′N 90°55′W / 39.37°N 90.91°W / 39.37; -90.91 (Clarksville (Apr. 19, EF0)) 2140 0.2 miles (320 m) Several houses and a church sustained minor damage. Tornado accompanied by softball-sized hail.
EF1 S of Clubb Wayne 37°13′N 90°20′W / 37.21°N 90.34°W / 37.21; -90.34 (Clubb (Apr. 19, EF1)) 0043 5 miles (8.0 km) Up to 500 yard wide tornado traveled from 1 mile south of Clubb to 3 miles south of Cascade, snapping and uprooting many trees, mostly in heavily forested conservation land.[60]
EF0 Patton Bollinger 39°30′N 90°00′W / 39.50°N 90.00°W / 39.50; -90.00 (Clarksville (Apr. 19, EF0)) 0055 0.75 miles (1.21 km) A barn was destroyed and many trees were snapped.
EF0 W of Randles Cape Girardeau 39°30′N 90°00′W / 39.50°N 90.00°W / 39.50; -90.00 (Randles (Apr. 19, EF0)) 0227 unknown Brief tornado blew down a few trees and power lines and damaged a window of a house.
Oklahoma
EF0 N of Fewell Pushmataha 34°31′N 95°01′W / 34.52°N 95.02°W / 34.52; -95.02 (Fewell (Apr. 19, EF0)) 2258 unknown Brief tornado touchdown with no damage.
EF1 N of Honobia Pushmataha, Le Flore 34°31′N 94°57′W / 34.52°N 94.95°W / 34.52; -94.95 (Honobia (Apr. 19, EF1)) 2307 4 miles (6.4 km) Several large trees were snapped.
EF0 NW of Zafra Le Flore 34°34′N 94°34′W / 34.57°N 94.57°W / 34.57; -94.57 (Zafra (Apr. 19, EF0)) 2345 unknown Brief tornado touchdown with no damage.
EF0 N of Zafra Le Flore 34°34′N 94°31′W / 34.57°N 94.52°W / 34.57; -94.52 (Zafra (Apr. 19, EF0)) 2348 3 miles (4.8 km) Tornado remained over open country.
Illinois
EF3 Girard area Macoupin 39°27′N 89°49′W / 39.45°N 89.82°W / 39.45; -89.82 (Girard (Apr. 19, EF3)) 2305 6.5 miles (10.5 km) One brick house was destroyed and numerous other houses were heavily damaged. Two people were injured.
EF2 N of Farmersville Montgomery 39°28′N 89°39′W / 39.46°N 89.65°W / 39.46; -89.65 (Farmersville (Apr. 19, EF2)) 2308 3.5 miles (5.6 km) A grain bin and two sheds were destroyed.
EF1 SW of Kincaid Christian 39°31′N 89°31′W / 39.52°N 89.51°W / 39.52; -89.51 (Kincaid (Apr. 19, EF1)) 2317 2 miles (3.2 km) Several houses were damaged and three grain bins were destroyed.
EF2 S of Honey Bend Montgomery 39°16′N 89°38′W / 39.26°N 89.63°W / 39.26; -89.63 (Honey Bend (Apr. 19, EF2)) 2320 3.5 miles (5.6 km) One house was destroyed and numerous others were damaged.
EF0 S of Morrisonville Christian 39°22′N 89°48′W / 39.37°N 89.80°W / 39.37; -89.80 (Morrisonville (Apr. 19, EF0)) 2330 3.5 miles (5.6 km) Two barns and a metal farm building were destroyed.
EF1 NE of Taylorville Christian 39°35′N 89°16′W / 39.58°N 89.26°W / 39.58; -89.26 (Taylorville (Apr. 19, EF1)) 2332 1 mile (1.6 km) Eight empty railroad cars were knocked off.
EF1 NE of Chrisman Edgar 39°49′N 87°38′W / 39.82°N 87.64°W / 39.82; -87.64 (Chrisman (Apr. 19, EF1)) 0059 1.1 miles (1.8 km) A house was damaged and two barns and a garage were destroyed.
EF0 NE of Henning Vermilion 40°18′N 87°36′W / 40.30°N 87.60°W / 40.30; -87.60 (Henning (Apr. 19, EF0)) 0102 3 miles (4.8 km) Several houses were damaged and trees and power poles were knocked down.
EF1 E of Rossville Vermilion 40°23′N 87°34′W / 40.38°N 87.57°W / 40.38; -87.57 (Rossville (Apr. 19, EF1)) 0111 2.5 miles (4.0 km) Two houses, six grain bins, two sheds, a garage, a combine and several pieces of farming equipment were damaged.
EF0 Dowell Jackson 37°55′N 89°14′W / 37.91°N 89.24°W / 37.91; -89.24 (Dowell (Apr. 19, EF0)) 0135 4 miles (6.4 km) Several carports, a camper and a garage were destroyed.
EF1 SW of Royalton Franklin 37°51′N 89°07′W / 37.85°N 89.12°W / 37.85; -89.12 (Royalton (Apr. 19, EF1)) 0140 unknown Several houses sustained structural damage, including one that lost its roof.
EF1 Benton Franklin 38°00′N 88°55′W / 38.00°N 88.92°W / 38.00; -88.92 (Benton (Apr. 19, EF1)) 0149 unknown Brief tornado with trees snapped and uprooted.
EF1 E of Centralia Marion 38°31′N 89°06′W / 38.52°N 89.10°W / 38.52; -89.10 (Centralia (Apr. 19, EF1)) 0159 0.4 miles (640 m) Two houses were damaged and a pole barn was destroyed.
EF1 N of Mount Vernon Jefferson 38°22′N 88°56′W / 38.36°N 88.93°W / 38.36; -88.93 (Mount Vernon (Apr. 19, EF1)) 0203 4 miles (6.4 km) Several houses sustained minor damage and trees were uprooted.
EF1 SE of Bluford Jefferson 38°19′N 88°43′W / 38.31°N 88.71°W / 38.31; -88.71 (Bluford (Apr. 19, EF1)) 0206 1 mile (1.6 km) A house was damaged and several barns were heavily damaged or destroyed.
EF1 SE of McLeansboro Hamilton 38°02′N 88°26′W / 38.04°N 88.44°W / 38.04; -88.44 (McLeansboro (Apr. 19, EF1)) 0219 2.5 miles (4.0 km) A small grain bin was destroyed and hundreds of trees were uprooted.
EF2 SE of Carmi White 38°02′N 88°05′W / 38.04°N 88.08°W / 38.04; -88.08 (Carmi (Apr. 19, EF2)) 0228 3 miles (4.8 km) Barns and grain bins were blown down and trees were knocked down. A 7 ton truck was flipped and a house sustained roof damage.
EF1 NE of Carmi White 38°07′N 88°07′W / 38.11°N 88.12°W / 38.11; -88.12 (Carmi (Apr. 19, EF1)) 0230 1.2 miles (1.9 km) Barns and grain bins destroyed. Roof torn off of farm house and trees were downed.
EF2 Fairfield area Wayne 38°20′N 88°17′W / 38.33°N 88.29°W / 38.33; -88.29 (Fairfield (Apr. 19, EF2)) 0230 11 miles (18 km) A house, a machine shed and several grain bins were destroyed and a large tank was thrown. Two people were injured.
EF2 W of Keensburg Wabash 38°21′N 87°57′W / 38.35°N 87.95°W / 38.35; -87.95 (Keensburg (Apr. 19, EF2)) 0242 11.4 miles (18.3 km) Steel transmission towers were knocked down. A mobile home, three grain bins and several barns were destroyed and numerous houses sustained roof damage.
EF1 W of Allendale Wabash 38°32′N 87°46′W / 38.53°N 87.76°W / 38.53; -87.76 (Allendale (Apr. 19, EF1)) 0253 3 miles (4.8 km) Numerous trees were snapped and uprooted and power poles were knocked down. One house sustained minor damage.
Indiana
EF1 N of Newport Vermillion, Parke, Fountain, Montgomery 39°53′N 87°26′W / 39.89°N 87.44°W / 39.89; -87.44 (Newport (Apr. 19, EF1)) 0110 31 miles (50 km) Long track tornado damaged trees, power lines, houses and sheds. Downgraded from EF2 to EF1 in final analysis.
EF1 S of Lafayette Tippecanoe 40°22′N 86°52′W / 40.36°N 86.87°W / 40.36; -86.87 (Lafayette (Apr. 19, EF1)) 0140 1 mile (1.6 km) Many large trees snapped or uprooted, some landing on homes. Downgraded from EF2 to EF1 in final analysis.
EF0 S of Buck Creek Tippecanoe 40°28′N 86°44′W / 40.47°N 86.74°W / 40.47; -86.74 (Buck Creek (Apr. 19, EF0)) 0150 3 miles (4.8 km) A barn lost parts of its roof.
EF1 W of Thorntown Boone 40°08′N 86°37′W / 40.13°N 86.61°W / 40.13; -86.61 (Thorntown (Apr. 19, EF1)) 0155 0.5 miles (800 m) Trees were knocked down and a barn was destroyed.
EF0 SE of Royal Center Cass 40°50′N 86°29′W / 40.84°N 86.49°W / 40.84; -86.49 (Royal Center (Apr. 19, EF0)) 0205 220 yards (200 m) Brief tornado destroyed a pole barn.
EF0 SE of Twelve Mile Cass 40°51′N 86°13′W / 40.85°N 86.21°W / 40.85; -86.21 (Twelve Mile (Apr. 19, EF0)) 0220 50 yards (50 m) Brief tornado damaged an outbuilding and bent a TV antenna.
EF1 SW of Fairmount Grant 40°24′N 85°43′W / 40.40°N 85.71°W / 40.40; -85.71 (Fairmount (Apr. 19, EF1)) 0241 2.5 miles (4.0 km) Several houses were damaged, one heavily.
EF1 W of Upland Grant 40°28′N 85°32′W / 40.47°N 85.53°W / 40.47; -85.53 (Upland (Apr. 19, EF1)) 0248 2.5 miles (4.0 km) Two houses were damaged and numerous trees were snapped.
EF1 N of Decker Knox 38°31′N 87°31′W / 38.51°N 87.51°W / 38.51; -87.51 (Decker (Apr. 19, EF1)) 0254 11 miles (18 km) A metal building was destroyed and several high-tension towers were damaged..
EF1 Wheatonville Warrick, Gibson 38°10′N 87°28′W / 38.17°N 87.46°W / 38.17; -87.46 (Wheatonville (Apr. 19, EF1)) 0257 5 miles (8.0 km) Two houses were damaged, signs and utility poles were snapped and trees were uprooted.
EF1 S of Bryant Jay 40°31′N 84°58′W / 40.51°N 84.97°W / 40.51; -84.97 (Bryant (Apr. 19, EF1)) 0316 7 miles (11 km) Intermittent tornado snapped power poles, damaged two houses and destroyed a garage, a barn and an outbuilding.
EF0 N of Huntingburg Dubois 38°19′N 86°57′W / 38.32°N 86.95°W / 38.32; -86.95 (Huntingburg (Apr. 19, EF0)) 0322 0.3 miles (480 m) Brief tornado snapped numerous trees.
EF1 N of Ireland Dubois 38°23′N 86°56′W / 38.39°N 86.94°W / 38.39; -86.94 (Ireland (Apr. 19, EF1)) 0322 3.1 miles (5.0 km) A grain silo was heavily damaged.
EF0 Haysville Dubois 38°29′N 86°56′W / 38.49°N 86.93°W / 38.49; -86.93 (Haysville (Apr. 19, EF0)) 0325 2 miles (3.2 km) Numerous trees were blown down along the path.
EF1 SW of St. Anthony Dubois 38°19′N 86°50′W / 38.31°N 86.83°W / 38.31; -86.83 (St. Anthony (Apr. 19, EF1)) 0326 0.4 miles (640 m) Brief tornado damaged a house and uprooted a few trees.
EF2 N of Bretzville Dubois 38°19′N 86°52′W / 38.32°N 86.87°W / 38.32; -86.87 (Bretzville (Apr. 19, EF2)) 0326 3.3 miles (5.3 km) Several barns and outbuildings were destroyed. Extensive tree damage along the track.
EF2 E of Roland Orange 38°35′N 86°40′W / 38.59°N 86.67°W / 38.59; -86.67 (Roland (Apr. 19, EF2)) 0339 1 mile (1.6 km) Two houses and a barn were damaged and trees were uprooted.
EF1 S of French Lick (1st tornado) Orange 38°26′N 86°37′W / 38.44°N 86.61°W / 38.44; -86.61 (French Lick (Apr. 19, EF1)) 0340 1.5 miles (2.4 km) A metal barn and three outbuildings were destroyed.
EF1 S of French Lick (2nd tornado) Orange 38°28′N 86°35′W / 38.47°N 86.59°W / 38.47; -86.59 (French Lick (Apr. 19, EF1)) 0340 0.75 miles (1.21 km) A porch was removed from a house and trees were knocked down.
EF0 SSW of Paoli (2nd tornado) Orange 38°31′N 86°30′W / 38.51°N 86.50°W / 38.51; -86.50 (Paoli (Apr. 19, EF0)) 0347 0.5 miles (800 m) Brief tornado damaged a few trees and an outbuilding.
EF1 NE of Livonia (1st tornado) Washington 38°35′N 86°15′W / 38.59°N 86.25°W / 38.59; -86.25 (Livonia (Apr. 20, EF1)) 0359 1.4 miles (2.3 km) Three grain bins were destroyed and a house was damaged.
EF0 NE of Livonia (2nd tornado) Washington 38°35′N 86°14′W / 38.58°N 86.23°W / 38.58; -86.23 (Livonia (Apr. 20, EF0)) 0400 0.7 miles (1.1 km) A grain silo and two barns were damaged.
EF0 NNE of Salem Washington 38°39′N 86°04′W / 38.65°N 86.07°W / 38.65; -86.07 (Salem (Apr. 20, EF0)) 0407 0.6 miles (970 m) A house was damaged and sheds and outbuildings were destroyed.
EF0 N of Corydon Harrison 38°13′N 86°07′W / 38.21°N 86.12°W / 38.21; -86.12 (Corydon (Apr. 20, EF0)) 0409 0.3 miles (480 m) Brief tornado snapped a few trees.
EF0 W of Austin Washington, Scott 38°40′N 85°54′W / 38.67°N 85.90°W / 38.67; -85.90 (Austin (Apr. 20, EF0)) 0414 13 miles (21 km) Intermittent tornado with tree damage.
EF0 Scottsburg area Scott, Jefferson 38°40′N 85°54′W / 38.67°N 85.90°W / 38.67; -85.90 (Scottsburg (Apr. 20, EF0)) 0419 12 miles (19 km) Several houses, agricultural buildings and a Holiday Inn hotel were damaged.
EF0 N of Jeffersonville (1st tornado) Clark 38°19′N 85°44′W / 38.31°N 85.73°W / 38.31; -85.73 (Jeffersonville (Apr. 20, EF0)) 0428 0.1 miles (160 m) Very brief tornado damaged a shed and a few trees.
EF1 N of Jeffersonville (2nd tornado) Clark 38°18′N 85°44′W / 38.30°N 85.73°W / 38.30; -85.73 (Jeffersonville (Apr. 20, EF1)) 0428 1.2 miles (1.9 km) About 25 trailers were damaged, one of which was thrown long distances. A church was also damaged.
EF1 S of China Jefferson 38°48′N 85°20′W / 38.80°N 85.34°W / 38.80; -85.34 (China (Apr. 20, EF1)) 0440 2 miles (3.2 km) Several outbuildings were destroyed, one of which landed through a house.
EF1 NE of Bryantsburg Jefferson 38°54′N 85°22′W / 38.90°N 85.36°W / 38.90; -85.36 (Bryantsburg (Apr. 20, EF1)) 0441 3 miles (4.8 km) A mobile home and several barns were destroyed and a house was damaged.
Ohio
EF0 W of Van Wert Van Wert 40°52′N 84°37′W / 40.87°N 84.62°W / 40.87; -84.62 (Van Wert (Apr. 19, EF0)) 0319 0.5 miles (800 m) A house was damaged and a garage was destroyed.
EF2 Celina Mercer 40°33′N 84°34′W / 40.55°N 84.57°W / 40.55; -84.57 (Celina (Apr. 19, EF2)) 0339 4 miles (6.4 km) Several houses and businesses were heavily damaged and others sustained minor damage. Barns, garages and outbuildings were also destroyed.
EF1 E of Monticello Van Wert, Allen 40°41′N 84°25′W / 40.68°N 84.42°W / 40.68; -84.42 (Monticello (Apr. 19, EF1)) 0340 4 miles (6.4 km) Several houses were damaged and sheds and barns were destroyed.
EF0 N of St. Mary's Auglaize 40°37′N 84°23′W / 40.61°N 84.39°W / 40.61; -84.39 (St. Mary's (Apr. 19, EF0)) 0344 4 miles (6.4 km) A small wooden barn was destroyed and houses and trees were damaged.
EF1 N of Cairo Allen 40°52′N 84°04′W / 40.86°N 84.07°W / 40.86; -84.07 (Cairo (Apr. 19, EF1)) 0358 0.5 miles (800 m) Significant damage on a farm with a house damaged and a barn destroyed.
EF0 NE of Oregon Lucas 41°40′N 83°25′W / 41.67°N 83.42°W / 41.67; -83.42 (Oregon (Apr. 19, EF0)) 0437 0.75 miles (1.21 km) One building was heavily damaged and about 24 others sustained minor damage.
EF0 SW of Port Clinton Ottawa 41°28′N 82°59′W / 41.47°N 82.99°W / 41.47; -82.99 (Port Clinton (Apr. 19, EF0)) 0455 1.5 miles (2.4 km) Two houses sustained minor damage, outbuildings were damaged and trees were snapped.
Kentucky
EF0 S of Payneville Breckinridge, Meade 37°47′N 86°27′W / 37.78°N 86.45°W / 37.78; -86.45 (Payneville (Apr. 19, EF0)) 0354 11 miles (18 km) Intermittent tornado touchdown with damage to several houses and barns.
EF1 NW of La Grange Oldham 38°25′N 85°24′W / 38.42°N 85.40°W / 38.42; -85.40 (La Grange (Apr. 20, EF1)) 0449 0.2 miles (320 m) Brief tornado damaged a house and snapped some trees.
Sources:

St. Louis, NWS Northern Indiana, NWS Louisville, NWS Paducah, NWS Wilmington OH, NWS Cleveland, NWS Indianapolis, NWS Central Illinois

April 20 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Wednesday, April 20, 2011
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
Indiana
EF1 N of Warsaw Switzerland 38°52′N 84°53′W / 38.86°N 84.88°W / 38.86; -84.88 (Warsaw (Apr. 20, EF1)) 0504 2 miles (3.2 km) Two houses were damaged and three barns were destroyed.
Kentucky
EF0 Frankfort area Franklin 38°11′N 84°52′W / 38.19°N 84.87°W / 38.19; -84.87 (Frankfort (Apr. 20, EF0)) 0528 4.7 miles (7.6 km) Trees were snapped along the track and a few houses sustained minor damage.
EF1 NE of Georgetown Scott 38°14′N 84°32′W / 38.23°N 84.54°W / 38.23; -84.54 (Georgetown (Apr. 20, EF1)) 0554 0.5 miles (800 m) A garage, a trailer and several outbuildings were heavily damaged.
EF1 NW of Franklin Simpson 36°32′N 86°34′W / 36.53°N 86.57°W / 36.53; -86.57 (Franklin (Apr. 20, EF1)) 0630 3.3 miles (5.3 km) Two barns were heavily damaged and trees were uprooted.
Ohio
EF1 New Holland Pickaway 39°33′N 83°16′W / 39.55°N 83.26°W / 39.55; -83.26 (New Holland (Apr. 20, EF1)) 0614 4.2 miles (6.8 km) A brick building was damaged, a grain bin and two barns were destroyed and trees were knocked down.
EF1 S of Groveport Franklin 39°48′N 82°55′W / 39.80°N 82.91°W / 39.80; -82.91 (Groveport (Apr. 20, EF1)) 0622 2.6 miles (4.2 km) Two houses sustained significant roof damage and a metal building was destroyed.
EF0 ENE of Groveport Franklin 39°51′N 82°51′W / 39.85°N 82.85°W / 39.85; -82.85 (Groveport (Apr. 20, EF0)) 0626 unknown 12 greenhouses and a shed were damaged.
EF1 E of Baltimore Fairfield 39°50′N 82°35′W / 39.84°N 82.58°W / 39.84; -82.58 (Newark (Apr. 20, EF1)) 0639 0.5 miles (800 m) A house and a barn were damaged and a garage was destroyed.
EF2 Heath area Licking 40°02′N 82°28′W / 40.03°N 82.47°W / 40.03; -82.47 (Heath (Apr. 20, EF2)) 0642 3.8 miles (6.1 km) Several houses and businesses were damaged, with one masonry building heavily damaged.
EF1 ESE of Newark Licking 40°03′N 82°17′W / 40.05°N 82.28°W / 40.05; -82.28 (Newark (Apr. 20, EF1)) 0651 500 yards (460 m) Brief tornado destroyed a mobile home and uprooted trees.
EF0 Piketon Pike 39°03′N 83°01′W / 39.05°N 83.01°W / 39.05; -83.01 (Piketon (Apr. 20, EF0)) 0651 0.25 miles (400 m) Brief tornado damaged a house, a mobile home and several buildings at the Pike County fairgrounds.
EF0 SW of Zahns Corners Pike 39°03′N 82°57′W / 39.05°N 82.95°W / 39.05; -82.95 (Zahns Corners (Apr. 20, EF0)) 0653 unknown Brief tornado damaged several houses and mobile homes.
Alabama
EF1 SW of Leola Lawrence 0858 3 miles (4.8 km) Many trees were downed along the path.
Texas
EF0 W of Kimble Kimble 30°29′N 99°51′W / 30.49°N 99.85°W / 30.49; -99.85 (Kimble (Apr. 20, EF0)) 2337 unknown Brief tornado touchdown along Interstate 10 at mile 449.
Mississippi
EF1 E of Tomnolen Webster 33°28′N 89°21′W / 33.47°N 89.35°W / 33.47; -89.35 (Tomnolen (Apr. 20, EF1)) 0109 3.5 miles (5.6 km) Many trees were uprooted and several houses were damaged, some of them by fallen trees.
Sources:

NWS Louisville, NWS Wilmington OH, NWS Jackson, NCDC Storm Data

April 21 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Thursday, April 21, 2011
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
Texas
EF2 Sanderson area Terrell 30°11′N 102°26′W / 30.19°N 102.43°W / 30.19; -102.43 (Sanderson (Apr. 21, EF2)) 2345 9 miles (14 km) A house and a barn were destroyed and several cedar trees were uprooted and snapped.
EF1 N of Stith Jones 32°34′N 99°59′W / 32.57°N 99.98°W / 32.57; -99.98 (Stith (Apr. 21, EF1)) 0152 5 miles (8.0 km) Several houses were damaged and barns, fences and a grain bin were destroyed and farm animals were killed.
EF0 WSW of Hawley Jones 32°35′N 99°55′W / 32.58°N 99.91°W / 32.58; -99.91 (Hawley (Apr. 21, EF0)) 0155 unknown Rope tornado confirmed by spotters. Remained over open country with no damage.
Sources:

SPC Storm Reports for 04/21/11, NCDC Storm Data

April 22 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Friday, April 22, 2011
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
Oklahoma
EF0 SW of Welty Okfuskee 35°36′N 96°26′W / 35.60°N 96.43°W / 35.60; -96.43 (Mason (Apr. 22, EF0)) 2303 0.1 miles (0.16 km) Brief tornado with no damage[61]
EF0 E of Kansas Delaware 36°13′N 94°43′W / 36.21°N 94.71°W / 36.21; -94.71 (Kansas (Apr. 22, EF0)) 2316 0.1 miles (0.16 km) Brief tornado with no damage.[61]
EF1 SE of Moodys Cherokee 0018 1 mile (1.6 km) Very brief tornado downed several trees.
EF0 NW of Blackstone Mine Okmulgee 0019 unknown Brief tornado touchdown with no damage.
EF0 SW of Byars McClain 0045 Unknown Tornado observed by storm chasers. No damaged was reported.
EF1 E of Byars McClain 0059 unknown Tornado was observed by storm chasers. Trees and powerlines were downed and an outbuilding was damaged.
EF0 NW of Stratford Garvin 0102 unknown Tornado reported by storm chasers. No damage occurred.
EF0 SE of Fame McIntosh 0114 unknown Brief tornado occurred over Eufaula Lake. No damage was reported.
Arkansas
EF0 SE of Cherokee City Benton 2341 unknown Brief tornado touched down over open country with no damage.
EF0 Highfill area Benton 36°16′N 94°22′W / 36.26°N 94.36°W / 36.26; -94.36 (Highfill (Apr. 22, EF0)) 0005 0.1 miles (0.16 km) Brief tornado touched down near the Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport, though no damage was reported.[61]
EF0 NE of Bentonville Benton 0021 unknown Touched down over open fields with no damage.
Missouri
EF1 East of Mill Spring Wayne 0012 2 miles (3.2 km) 300-yard wide tornado destroyed a mobile home, uprooted hundreds of trees, some pine trees snapped off 3 feet above the ground.[60]
EF1 New Melle area St. Charles 38°43′N 90°53′W / 38.71°N 90.88°W / 38.71; -90.88 (New Melle (Apr. 22, EF1)) 0035 4 miles (6.4 km) One house lost its roof and many other houses were damaged. A horse stable and several barns and outbuildings were destroyed. Precursor to the main St. Louis tornado.
EF4 St. Louis area St. Louis, St. Louis (city), Madison (IL) 38°46′N 90°26′W / 38.77°N 90.43°W / 38.77; -90.43 (St. Louis (Apr. 22, EF4)) 0100 22 miles (35 km) See article
Illinois
EF2 SW of Highland Madison, Clinton, Bond 19 miles (31 km) Widespread damage to farms and trees. Several barns were damaged or destroyed and many homes were damaged.
EF2 Waterloo area Monroe 3.5 miles (5.6 km) Several homes sustained roof damage and outbuildings were destroyed; debris from a garage was carried 30 to 40 yards (27 to 37 m) away from where the structure initially stood. A few large trees were snapped at their base.
EF1 Paderborn area St. Clair 1.5 miles (2.4 km) Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted and six homes sustained roof damage.
Kentucky
EF0 SE of Versailles Woodford 38°03′N 84°44′W / 38.05°N 84.73°W / 38.05; -84.73 (Versailles (Apr. 22, EF0)) 2312 0.75 miles (1.21 km) Minor damage to trees and fences.
EF0 E of Versailles Woodford 38°04′N 84°43′W / 38.06°N 84.71°W / 38.06; -84.71 (Versailles (Apr. 22, EF0)) 2315 0.25 miles (400 m)
EF2 N of Poole Union, Webster, Henderson 37°40′N 87°26′W / 37.66°N 87.44°W / 37.66; -87.44 (Poole (Apr. 22, EF2)) 0350 16 miles (26 km) Several houses were damaged, three of them significantly with their roofs lost. Several grain bins, barns and garages were also destroyed. Two people sustained minor injuries.
EF0 E of Stanley Daviess 0427 unknown Tornado witnessed by law enforcement. Power lines were down.
Sources:

SPC Storm Reports for 04/22/11, NWS St. Louis, NWS Paducah, NWS Louisville

April 23 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Saturday, April 23, 2011
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
Indiana
EF0 N of Seymour Jackson 0535 4 miles (6.4 km) Tornado skipped southeast for 4 miles (6.4 km) before lifting. Several structures were damaged, including a house that lost part of its roof.
Kentucky
EF0 E of Connersville Harrison 38°23′N 84°23′W / 38.38°N 84.39°W / 38.38; -84.39 (Connersville (Apr. 23, EF0)) 1009 0.5 miles (0.80 km) Several barns and outbuildings were damaged. Trees were snapped or uprooted.
EF0 SSE of Elliston Grant, Pendleton 38°43′N 84°44′W / 38.71°N 84.74°W / 38.71; -84.74 (Elliston (Apr. 23, EF1)) 1859 1.2 miles (1.9 km) A garage was destroyed.
EF0 Folsom Grant 38°42′35″N 84°44′55″W / 38.7097°N 84.7487°W / 38.7097; -84.7487 (Folsom (Apr. 23, EF0)) 1904 1.2 miles (1.9 km) A garage and barn were destroyed. One home and a trailer were also damaged. Numerous trees were downed.
EF1 E of Dry Ridge Grant, Pendleton 38°41′55″N 84°32′21″W / 38.6985°N 84.5393°W / 38.6985; -84.5393 (Dry Ridge (Apr. 23, EF1)) 1910 4.3 miles (6.9 km) Several houses were damaged and a barn was heavily damaged. Many trees were downed.
EF1 Visalia area Kenton 38°54′44″N 84°27′08″W / 38.9123°N 84.4522°W / 38.9123; -84.4522 (Visalia (Apr. 23, EF1)) 1914 1,000 feet (300 m) A brief tornado downed numerous trees, damaged an elementary school and destroyed an outbuilding.
EF1 Barlow area Ballard 37°03′N 89°03′W / 37.05°N 89.05°W / 37.05; -89.05 (Barlow (Apr. 23, EF1)) 1929 1.6 miles (2.6 km) Many large trees were felled, some of which fell on homes and caused damage. Two homes also sustained minor roof damage from the tornado.
EF2 Bardwell area Carlisle 36°52′N 89°01′W / 36.87°N 89.01°W / 36.87; -89.01 (Bardwell (Apr. 23, EF2)) 1930 3 miles (4.8 km) A steel building was destroyed, entire walls of brick business buildings were also destroyed. Thirty large trees were uprooted and two people were injured.
Illinois
EF2 ESE of Klondike Alexander 37°04′N 89°14′W / 37.06°N 89.23°W / 37.06; -89.23 (Klondike (Apr. 23, EF2)) 1915 2.9 miles (4.7 km) A mobile home was destroyed and two other buildings sustained minor roof damage. A hanger/storage building was also destroyed at Cairo Regional Airport.
EF1 Metropolis area Massac 37°09′N 88°43′W / 37.15°N 88.71°W / 37.15; -88.71 (Connersville (Apr. 23, EF1)) 1947 6.5 miles (10.5 km) Minor roof damage with downed trees reported.
Missouri
EF0 Dexter area Stoddard 36°47′N 89°58′W / 36.79°N 89.96°W / 36.79; -89.96 (Dexter (Apr. 23, EF0)) 1915 unknown
EF1 WSW of Neelyville Butler 36°33′N 90°32′W / 36.55°N 90.53°W / 36.55; -90.53 (Neelyville (Apr. 23, EF1)) 0520 0.6 miles (0.97 km) Two mobile homes were destroyed.
Texas
EF0 NW of Sidney Comanche 0013 unknown Brief tornado touched down over open land with no damage.
Sources:

SPC Storm Reports for 04/23/11, NWS Paducah, NWS Wilmington

April 24 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Sunday, April 24, 2011
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
Nevada
EF0 SW of Winnemucca Humboldt 40°53′N 117°52′W / 40.88°N 117.86°W / 40.88; -117.86 (Winnemucca (Apr. 24, EF0)) 1755 1 mile (1.6 km) Tornado remained over open country.
Texas
EF0 N of Baird (1st tornado) Callahan 32°28′N 99°23′W / 32.47°N 99.39°W / 32.47; -99.39 (Baird (Apr. 24, EF0)) 2028 1 mile (1.6 km) Damage limited to a few tree limbs.
EF0 Ibex Shackelford 32°40′N 99°07′W / 32.67°N 99.12°W / 32.67; -99.12 (Ibex (Apr. 24, EF0)) 2055 unknown Brief tornado uprooted a few trees.
EF0 ENE of Potosi Taylor 32°20′N 99°37′W / 32.33°N 99.62°W / 32.33; -99.62 (Potosi (Apr. 24, EF0)) 2122 unknown Brief tornado touchdown with no damage.
EF0 N of Baird (2nd tornado) Callahan unknown 2 miles (3.2 km) Rope tornado reported by storm chasers.
EF0 N of Baird (3rd tornado) Callahan 32°30′N 99°23′W / 32.50°N 99.39°W / 32.50; -99.39 (Baird (Apr. 24, EF0)) 2215 unknown Damage limited to a few tree limbs.
EF0 N of Baird (4th tornado) Callahan 32°28′N 99°22′W / 32.47°N 99.37°W / 32.47; -99.37 (Baird (Apr. 24, EF0)) 2227 6 miles (9.7 km) Large multiple-vortex tornado remained over open country.
EF0 NW of Coleman Callahan 31°55′N 99°34′W / 31.92°N 99.57°W / 31.92; -99.57 (Oplin (Apr. 24, EF0)) 0127 unknown Brief tornado pictured by a storm chaser with no damage.
Oklahoma
EF0 SE of Scipio Pittsburg 35°00′N 95°55′W / 35.00°N 95.92°W / 35.00; -95.92 (Baird (Apr. 24, EF0)) 2205 1 mile (1.6 km) A barn and a house sustained roof damage and trees were snapped.
EF0 SE of Monroe Le Flore 34°58′N 94°30′W / 34.97°N 94.50°W / 34.97; -94.50 (Monroe (Apr. 24, EF0)) 0003 unknown Brief tornado damaged a roof of a house.
Arkansas
EF1 N of Umpire Howard 34°17′N 94°03′W / 34.28°N 94.05°W / 34.28; -94.05 (Umpire (Apr. 24, EF1)) 0354 3 miles (4.8 km) Extensive tree damage in the area and a section of roof was torn from a house. A large storage building was destroyed and a chicken house was damaged.
Sources:

SPC Storm Reports for 04/24/11, NCDC Storm Data

April 25 to April 28 events[edit]

A total of 355 tornadoes touched down in this extremely large and catastrophic tornado outbreak. 354 tornadoes were in the United States and 1 was in Canada. For more details, see List of tornadoes in the April 25–28, 2011 tornado outbreak (April 25–26) and List of tornadoes in the April 25–28, 2011 tornado outbreak (April 27–28). Tornadoes in the April 25–28, 2011 tornado outbreak also contains information about these tornadoes.

April 30 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Saturday, April 30, 2011
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
Texas
EF0 SW of Hainesville Wood 32°43′N 95°24′W / 32.71°N 95.40°W / 32.71; -95.40 (Mineola (Apr. 30, EF0)) 0006 2 miles (3.2 km) Minor damage with trees snapped.
EF0 NE of Thomas Upshur 32°52′N 95°03′W / 32.86°N 95.05°W / 32.86; -95.05 (Gilmer (Apr. 30, EF0)) 0126 2.7 miles (4.3 km) A few trees were snapped or uprooted.
EF0 Hughes Springs Cass 32°59′N 94°38′W / 32.99°N 94.64°W / 32.99; -94.64 (Hughes Springs (Apr. 30, EF0)) 0224 3 miles (4.8 km) Several houses sustained minor damage and trees and power lines were knocked down.
Sources:

SPC Storm Reports for 04/30/11, NCDC Storm Data

See also[edit]

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ All dates are based on the local time zone where the tornado touched down; however, all times are in Coordinated Universal Time for consistency.