List of United States tornadoes in March 2012

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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 March 2012.

United States yearly total[edit]

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
EF0
Confirmed
EF1
Confirmed
EF2
Confirmed
EF3
Confirmed
EF4
Confirmed
EF5
932 571 239 93 25 4 0

March[edit]

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
EF0
Confirmed
EF1
Confirmed
EF2
Confirmed
EF3
Confirmed
EF4
Confirmed
EF5
150 75 39 22 12 2 0

March 1 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Thursday, March 1, 2012
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
Virginia
EF0 NW of Bristol Washington 36°38′N 82°13′W / 36.63°N 82.22°W / 36.63; -82.22 (Bristol (Mar. 1, EF0)) 0532 0.6 miles (0.97 km) A shed, several barns, and numerous trees were damaged.
Tennessee
EF0 S of Seymour Blount 35°50′N 83°48′W / 35.83°N 83.80°W / 35.83; -83.80 (Seymour (Mar. 1, EF0)) 0705 1.5 miles (2.4 km) Tornado damaged a few trees.
Alabama
EF1 S of Slocomb Geneva 31°03′N 85°37′W / 31.05°N 85.61°W / 31.05; -85.61 (Slocomb (Mar. 1, EF1)) 1912 1.25 miles (2.01 km) Power poles were toppled and several trees were uprooted or snapped. Two houses were damaged.
EF1 SSE of Slocomb Geneva 31°04′52″N 85°34′44″W / 31.081°N 85.579°W / 31.081; -85.579 (Slocomb (Mar. 1, EF1)) 1914 0.3 miles (0.48 km) Brief tornado snapped a number of trees.
Sources:SPC Storm Reports for 03/01/12, NWS Morristown, NWS Tallahassee, FL

March 2 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes – Friday, March 2, 2012
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
Alabama
EF3 SE of Athens Limestone, Madison 34°46′N 86°57′W / 34.76°N 86.95°W / 34.76; -86.95 (Athens, (Mar. 2, EF3)) 1510 34.03 miles (54.77 km) The tornado caused significant structural damage to numerous houses as it struck the Canebrake and Eagle Point subdivisions, including roofs torn off, and some walls down. It also uprooted several trees and destroyed multiple barns. There were minor injuries reported. Hardest area affected was near Harvest which was previously hit on April 27, 2011 by an EF5 tornado.
EF2 SE of Meridianville Madison 34°51′N 86°34′W / 34.85°N 86.57°W / 34.85; -86.57 (Meridianville (Mar. 2, EF2)) 1606 7.3 miles (11.7 km) Buckhorn High School was damaged and numerous weaker houses were destroyed in the area. Extensive tree and power line damage reported. A gas station was badly damaged as well.[1] Injuries reported.[2]
EF1 N of Francisco Jackson, Franklin (TN) 34°59′N 86°16′W / 34.98°N 86.26°W / 34.98; -86.26 (Francisco (Mar. 2, EF1)) 1608 1 mile (1.6 km) Trees were snapped and uprooted.
EF0 W of Elkmont Limestone 34°55′N 87°03′W / 34.92°N 87.05°W / 34.92; -87.05 (Elkmont (Mar. 2, EF0)) 1955 2.75 miles (4.43 km) Weak tornado uprooted several trees.
EF0 Edgewood area Limestone 34°52′N 87°01′W / 34.86°N 87.01°W / 34.86; -87.01 (Edgewood (Mar. 2, EF0)) 2126 5 miles (8.0 km) Weak tornado uprooted several trees.
EF1 NE of Athens Limestone 34°55′N 86°52′W / 34.92°N 86.86°W / 34.92; -86.86 (Athens (Mar. 2, EF1)) 2139 2.6 miles (4.2 km) Several trees were uprooted and destroyed, and there was roof damage to houses and barns.
EF1 Beechwood area Lowndes 32°05′N 86°47′W / 32.09°N 86.78°W / 32.09; -86.78 (Beechwood (Mar. 2, EF1)) 2153 17.65 miles (28.40 km) Tornado snapped or uprooted numerous trees and damaged two homes.
EF0 W of Brooklyn Coffee 31°19′N 86°11′W / 31.31°N 86.19°W / 31.31; -86.19 (Brooklyn (Mar. 2, EF0)) 2301 0.46 miles (740 m) Brief tornado with no damage.
EF0 NNE of Dundee Geneva 31°08′N 85°40′W / 31.13°N 85.67°W / 31.13; -85.67 (Dundee (Mar. 2, EF0)) 0017 0.1 miles (160 m) Brief touchdown in a peanut field with no damage.
EF1 NE of Suttle Perry, Dallas, Autauga 32°32′N 87°09′W / 32.54°N 87.15°W / 32.54; -87.15 (Little Oakmulgee Creek (Mar. 2, EF1)) 0315 19 miles (31 km) Tornado primarily struck rural areas. Trees were snapped, destroyed a hunting camp mobile home. Shingles and windows were damaged at Paul M. Grist State Park. Tornado was caused by the same supercell that caused the Verbena tornado.
EF2 Verbena area Chilton, Coosa 32°43′N 86°32′W / 32.72°N 86.54°W / 32.72; -86.54 (Verbena (Mar. 2, EF2)) 0401 28.6 miles (46.0 km) Several well-built houses were heavily damaged and hundreds of trees were snapped or uprooted. The tornado continued into Coosa County and dissipated northeast of Nixburg.
EF2 Jackson's Gap area Tallapoosa, Chambers 32°52′N 85°58′W / 32.87°N 85.97°W / 32.87; -85.97 (Jackson's Gap (Mar. 2, EF2)) 0440 34.3 miles (55.2 km) 1 death – Multiple-vortex tornado destroyed four mobile homes near Jackson's Gap, and one mobile home just outside of Trammel Crossroads. The frame of one mobile home was found wrapped around a tree. Tornado was caused by the same supercell that caused the Verbena tornado. Aside from the fatality, there were two injuries reported.
Illinois
EF0 S of Trenton Clinton 38°33′N 89°41′W / 38.55°N 89.68°W / 38.55; -89.68 (Trenton (Mar. 2, EF0)) 1610 0.65 miles (1.05 km) Minor damage was reported, including fences damaged and trees downed.
Tennessee
EF1 N of Haletown (1st tornado) Marion 35°03′N 85°32′W / 35.05°N 85.54°W / 35.05; -85.54 (Haletown (Mar. 2, EF0)) 1715 0.5 miles (0.80 km) Tornado damaged docks at a marina, overturned an RV, and snapped multiple trees.
EF3 Harrison to Conasaga Hamilton, Bradley, Polk, McMinn 35°08′N 85°10′W / 35.13°N 85.16°W / 35.13; -85.16 (Harrison (Mar. 2, EF3)) 1745 41 miles (66 km) Tornado began in Harrison and moved NE of Cleveland. Many homes were badly damaged or destroyed along the path. Numerous trees were snapped and uprooted and a marina was destroyed as well. 44 people were injured. In Hamilton County there were 346 homes with significant damage, including 77 homes completely destroyed. The tornado inflicted at least $19 million worth of damage in the area.[3]
EF2 Tellico Plains Monroe 35°22′N 84°18′W / 35.37°N 84.30°W / 35.37; -84.30 (Tellico Plains (Mar. 2, EF2)) 1847 14.3 miles (23.0 km) About 30 homes, outbuildings, mobile homes, and other structures were damaged, with a few destroyed throughout the town. Hundreds of trees were snapped or uprooted and a campground was destroyed.
EF0 Boonshill area Lincoln 35°13′N 86°44′W / 35.21°N 86.74°W / 35.21; -86.74 (Boonshill (Mar. 2, EF0)) 2045 0.6 miles (0.97 km) A community center sustained damage, a barn was destroyed, and trees were uprooted.
EF1 S of Kingston Springs Cheatham 36°06′N 87°06′W / 36.10°N 87.10°W / 36.10; -87.10 (Kingston Springs (Mar. 2, EF1)) 2148 1 mile (1.6 km) A barn was destroyed, several houses sustained minor roof damage, and trees were snapped. Widespread downburst and hail damage occurred north of the tornado track across the remainder of Kingston Springs, where many buildings suffered considerable roof, window and siding damage.
EF0 ENE of Dayton Rhea 35°29′N 85°01′W / 35.49°N 85.01°W / 35.49; -85.01 (Dayton (Mar. 2, EF0)) 2252 2.6 miles (4.2 km) A double-wide trailer was rolled off its foundation. There was minor to moderate damage to 4 barns. Several trees were downed.
EF1 N of Haletown (2nd tornado) Marion 35°03′N 85°32′W / 35.05°N 85.54°W / 35.05; -85.54 (Haletown (Mar. 2, EF0)) 2310 0.2 miles (0.32 km) Tornado damaged a dock and downed trees. This tornado north of Haletown struck very close to the first one.
EF2 N of Cookeville Jackson, Putnam, Overton 36°17′N 85°34′W / 36.28°N 85.57°W / 36.28; -85.57 (Cookeville (Mar. 2, EF2)) 2326 11.3 miles (18.2 km) Significant damage reported north of Cookeville. At least 40 houses were damaged or destroyed and hundreds of trees were uprooted or snapped by this large wedge tornado. Three people were injured.
EF0 SW of Jamestown Fentress 36°23′N 85°06′W / 36.38°N 85.10°W / 36.38; -85.10 (Manson (Mar. 2, EF0)) 2356 7.4 miles (11.9 km) Trees were downed across a very mountainous terrain.
EF2 Harrogate area Claiborne 36°35′N 83°38′W / 36.58°N 83.64°W / 36.58; -83.64 (Harrogate (Mar. 2, EF2)) 0123 2.6 miles (4.2 km) Several houses sustained major roof damage and others lost their roofs entirely. Many trees were snapped and uprooted and sheds were destroyed.
EF1 NW of Union to Ewing, VA area Claiborne, Lee (VA) 36°38′N 83°26′W / 36.63°N 83.43°W / 36.63; -83.43 (Ewing (Mar. 2, EF1)) 0145 5 miles (8.0 km) A few houses were heavily damaged, with many suffering minor damage. Numerous outbuildings were damaged or destroyed and trees were uprooted. One person was injured.
EF0 N of Farragut Knox 35°55′N 84°10′W / 35.92°N 84.17°W / 35.92; -84.17 (Farragut (Mar. 2, EF0)) 0233 0.31 miles (0.50 km) Several trees and power lines were snapped.
EF0 S of Mascot Knox 36°01′N 83°46′W / 36.02°N 83.77°W / 36.02; -83.77 (Mascot (Mar. 2, EF0)) 0300 2.1 miles (3.4 km) Tornado rolled a mobile home and caused sporadic tree damage.
Indiana
EF2 WSW of Wadesville Posey 38°05′N 87°50′W / 38.08°N 87.84°W / 38.08; -87.84 (Wadesville (Mar. 2, EF2)) 1837 6 miles (9.7 km) One wood frame home was destroyed and several other homes were damaged to varying degrees. Hundreds of trees were snapped and uprooted and grain bins were destroyed. Oil tanks were blown over, and several sheds and garages were destroyed.
EF0 SE of Darmstadt Vanderburgh 38°05′N 87°34′W / 38.09°N 87.57°W / 38.09; -87.57 (Darmstadt (Mar. 2, EF0)) 1900 2.1 miles (3.4 km) No damage was reported.
EF4 New Pekin to NNW of Bedford, KY Washington, Clark, Scott, Jefferson, Trimble (KY) 38°26′N 86°11′W / 38.43°N 86.19°W / 38.43; -86.19 (Fredericksburg (Mar. 2, EF4)) 1950 49 miles (79 km) 11 deaths – See section on this tornado
EF1 Henryville area Clark 38°31′N 85°52′W / 38.51°N 85.87°W / 38.51; -85.87 (Henryville (Mar. 2, EF1)) 2030 6.5 miles (10.5 km) Storm surveys indicated that an EF-1 tornado with winds of 110 miles per hour (180 km/h) struck the south portion of Henryville after an EF-4 had struck less than 30 minutes earlier. There were intermittent tornado touchdowns observed, with hail up to the size of softballs as well.
EF3 Holton area Ripley 39°04′N 85°25′W / 39.07°N 85.41°W / 39.07; -85.41 (Holton (Mar. 2, EF3)) 2053 9 miles (14 km) 3 deaths – Extensive damage reported in the area with numerous homes, businesses and mobile homes badly damaged or destroyed. Trees were snapped and uprooted as well. Two fatalities occurred in a mobile home. At least six others were injured, with one of the injured passing away in January 2013. Damage from the tornado is estimated at $6 million.[4] [5]
Kentucky
EF2 SE of Uniontown Union 37°45′N 87°55′W / 37.75°N 87.91°W / 37.75; -87.91 (Uniontown (Mar. 2, EF2)) 1938 6.6 miles (10.6 km) A home had most of its roof removed. A grain bin and several barns were destroyed or damaged, along with mainly minor damage to a few homes and other structures. Several trees and power poles were blown down. One person sustained minor injuries.
EF0 E of Rock Springs Henderson 37°43′N 87°35′W / 37.72°N 87.58°W / 37.72; -87.58 (Rock Springs (Mar. 2, EF0)) 1955 3.85 miles (6.20 km) A small shed was destroyed and several barns lost portions of their roofs. A house also lost a few shingles and several trees were downed.
EF0 Dixon area Webster 37°31′N 87°43′W / 37.51°N 87.71°W / 37.51; -87.71 (Dixon (Mar. 2, EF0)) 2006 0.75 miles (1.21 km) A brief tornado downed tree limbs and a few signs.
EF0 E of Owensboro Daviess 37°46′N 87°03′W / 37.76°N 87.05°W / 37.76; -87.05 (Owensboro (Mar. 2, EF0)) 2022 0.25 miles (400 m) Brief touchdown with no damage.
EF2 SSW of Hawesville Hancock, Breckinridge 37°50′N 86°47′W / 37.83°N 86.78°W / 37.83; -86.78 (Hawesville (Mar. 2, EF2)) 2038 16.5 miles (26.6 km) Tornado made several touchdowns. Two chicken farms were severely damaged and hundreds of chickens were killed or lost. Several trees were downed and a metal structure was damaged. Passed over the city of Cloverport as a funnel cloud before touching down again to the east as an EF0.
EF3 SSE of Milton Trimble, Carroll 38°40′N 85°19′W / 38.66°N 85.32°W / 38.66; -85.32 (Milton (Mar. 2, EF3)) 2041 3.4 miles (5.5 km) A fire house was destroyed, along with the pumper tanker inside and numerous pieces of equipment located nearby. Four mobile homes were also destroyed, and several other homes sustained lesser damage and numerous trees were snapped or uprooted. Tornado moved into Carroll County and caused additional tree damage, along with destroying barns and mobile homes.[6]
EF0 E of Cloverport Breckinridge 37°50′N 86°34′W / 37.83°N 86.56°W / 37.83; -86.56 (Cloverport (Mar. 2, EF0)) 2044 120 yards (110 m) Small rope tornado damaged a metal building.
EF1 SSE of Bedford Trimble 38°32′N 85°17′W / 38.54°N 85.29°W / 38.54; -85.29 (West Union (Mar. 2, EF1)) 2101 2.73 miles (4.39 km) Numerous trees and power lines snapped and a 4-wheeler was moved 30 feet. Two barns and a mobile home were destroyed. Homes sustained roof and gutter damage as well.
EF0 SW of Guston Meade 37°53′N 86°14′W / 37.88°N 86.24°W / 37.88; -86.24 (Cloverport (Mar. 2, EF0)) 2102 0.65 miles (1.05 km) Brief tornado damaged a home and blew down a sign at a business.
EF1 WNW of Port Royal Henry 38°34′N 85°07′W / 38.56°N 85.11°W / 38.56; -85.11 (Port Royal (Mar. 2, EF1)) 2112 0.25 miles (0.40 km) Brief tornado uprooted numerous trees.
EF4 Crittenden area Grant, Kenton 38°47′N 84°38′W / 38.79°N 84.63°W / 38.79; -84.63 (Crittenden (Mar. 2, EF4)) 2123 9.85 miles (15.85 km) 4 deaths – Many houses were destroyed and others damaged. While a total of 5 single family homes were destroyed to their foundations in southwest Kenton County, at least 2 of these homes met the EF4 criteria of sufficient foundation strapping/bolting. Three vehicles were thrown over a quarter mile. Many trees were downed. Aside from the 4 fatalities, there were 8 injuries. Debris falling from this storm caused the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport to stop all flights for one hour.[7]
EF2 N of Owenton Owen 38°36′N 84°53′W / 38.60°N 84.89°W / 38.60; -84.89 (Owenton (Mar. 2, EF2)) 2124 5.4 miles (8.7 km) A house and numerous barns were heavily damaged or destroyed. Several other houses sustained minor damage. Three people were injured.
EF3 Peach Grove area to Hamersville, OH area Campbell, Pendleton, Clermont (OH), Brown (OH) 38°50′N 84°21′W / 38.84°N 84.35°W / 38.84; -84.35 (Peach Grove (Mar. 2, EF3)) 2139 20.4 miles (32.8 km) 3 deaths – Severe structural damage reported on both sides of the Ohio River. Many houses and businesses were damaged or destroyed, some nearly flattened, and several modular homes were flattened and blown away. 80% of Moscow, Ohio was destroyed. All three fatalities were in Ohio. Numerous injuries also occurred.
EF0 Berlin area Bracken 38°41′N 84°10′W / 38.69°N 84.17°W / 38.69; -84.17 (Berlin (Mar. 2, EF0)) 2202 0.15 miles (240 m) A garage was destroyed, a power line pole was snapped, and there was heavy damage to a barn. Numerous medium-sized trees were snapped.
EF1 E of Alvaton Warren 36°52′N 86°19′W / 36.87°N 86.31°W / 36.87; -86.31 (Alvaton (Mar. 2, EF1)) 2205 0.5 miles (0.80 km) A tornado embedded within a larger area of straight line winds destroyed a barn and tool shed.
EF3 Wellington/West Liberty areas Menifee, Morgan, Johnson, Lawrence, Wayne (WV), Lincoln (WV) 37°55′N 83°37′W / 37.91°N 83.61°W / 37.91; -83.61 (Wellington (Mar. 2, EF3)) 2239 85 miles (137 km) 10 deaths – See section on this tornado - At least 75 people were injured.[8] Tornado was on the ground for 85 miles with a peak wind speed of 165 mph and a peak width of 1 mile.[9] The tornado was the first F3/EF3 in Eastern Kentucky since 1988.
EF1 Owingsville area Bath 38°08′N 83°47′W / 38.14°N 83.78°W / 38.14; -83.78 (Owingsville (Mar. 2, EF1)) 2308 7.4 miles (11.9 km) Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted and several barns and residences were damaged.
EF3 Salyersville to Greyeagle, WV Wolfe, Magoffin, Johnson, Martin, Mingo (WV) 37°42′N 83°16′W / 37.70°N 83.27°W / 37.70; -83.27 (Burkhart (Mar. 2, EF3)) 2350 49 miles (79 km) 2 deaths – Many businesses and homes destroyed in Salyersville, some of which were leveled. An apartment complex, a motel, and a McDonald's were badly damaged, and an auto parts store was destroyed. 4 gas stations were struck, one of which was completely destroyed. 3 schools were damaged and vehicles were flipped and tossed. Hundreds of trees were downed along the path, along with a metal high-tension transmission tower. A church was left with only one wall standing. Homes sustained major roof damage in the community of Lovely as well. The 2 fatalities occurred in Johnson County.
EF2 East Bernstadt area Laurel 37°12′N 84°13′W / 37.20°N 84.21°W / 37.20; -84.21 (East Bernstadt (Mar. 2, EF2)) 0004 7.15 miles (11.51 km) 6 deaths – Numerous houses were damaged or destroyed in the area. Numerous trees were downed and barns were destroyed. An RV dealership was destroyed, with many vehicles totaled or badly damaged.
Ohio
EF1 NNW of Seaman Adams 38°57′N 83°35′W / 38.95°N 83.59°W / 38.95; -83.59 (West Union (Mar. 2, EF1)) 2225 2.95 miles (4.75 km) Tornado damaged a barn and a home. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted.
EF0 SW of West Union Adams 38°47′N 83°34′W / 38.78°N 83.57°W / 38.78; -83.57 (West Union (Mar. 2, EF0)) 2230 0.15 miles (0.24 km) Brief tornado damaged a house.
EF2 NE of West Union Adams 38°49′N 83°31′W / 38.81°N 83.52°W / 38.81; -83.52 (West Union (Mar. 2, EF2)) 2233 11.1 miles (17.9 km) 1 death – Five mobile homes destroyed, three homes damaged. Dozens of cattle were killed and three people sustained injuries. One of the injured died at a Cincinnati hospital a week later.
EF0 Otway area Scioto 38°51′N 83°13′W / 38.85°N 83.21°W / 38.85; -83.21 (Otway (Mar. 2, EF0)) 2246 2.05 miles (3.30 km) Tornado damaged two homes and a fire station.
EF0 NE of Rarden Scioto, Pike 38°58′N 83°13′W / 38.96°N 83.21°W / 38.96; -83.21 (Rarden (Mar. 2, EF0)) 2246 4.15 miles (6.68 km) A mobile home sustained significant damage. Numerous trees were snapped off and uprooted.
EF0 SW of Piketon Pike 39°00′N 83°06′W / 39.00°N 83.10°W / 39.00; -83.10 (Piketon (Mar. 2, EF0)) 2253 2.8 miles (4.5 km) Numerous trees were snapped and uprooted. One tree fell upon a mobile home, severely damaging it.
Mississippi
EF1 Baxterville Lamar, Forrest 31°05′N 89°35′W / 31.08°N 89.59°W / 31.08; -89.59 (Baxterville (Mar. 2, EF1)) 0023 12 miles (19 km) The tornado caused damage to numerous trees along its path. Mobile homes were flipped and various roofs were damaged. A storage shed sustained heavy damage as well.
EF0 NNE of Carson Jefferson Davis 31°35′N 89°46′W / 31.59°N 89.76°W / 31.59; -89.76 (Carson (Mar. 2, EF0)) 0547 0.25 miles (0.40 km) A mobile home's porch was destroyed, and another mobile home was knocked off its piers. A few trees were snapped and uprooted.
West Virginia
EF1 SE of Midkiff Lincoln 38°09′N 82°10′W / 38.15°N 82.16°W / 38.15; -82.16 (Midkiff (Mar. 2, EF1)) 0032 16 miles (26 km) This tornado originated very close to where the long-track tornado out of Kentucky dissipated about 30 minutes before.
North Carolina
EF2 Murphy Cherokee 35°16′N 82°39′W / 35.27°N 82.65°W / 35.27; -82.65 (Murphy (Mar. 2, EF2)) 0044 21.5 miles (34.6 km) Structural damage reported to a few businesses and several houses were also damaged. Storage buildings were destroyed and sheet metal was wrapped around trees. A few homes were more severely damaged, and a large number of downed trees were reported throughout the town. Mobile homes were damaged and destroyed as well.
EF0 Lake Glenville area Jackson 35°11′N 83°11′W / 35.18°N 83.19°W / 35.18; -83.19 (Lake Glenville (Mar. 2, EF0)) 0204 1.75 miles (2.82 km) Numerous trees were snapped and uprooted, with one falling on a house. A church and a barn had shingle damage.
Georgia
EF3 NW of Buchanan Haralson, Paulding 33°52′N 85°18′W / 33.87°N 85.30°W / 33.87; -85.30 (Buchanan (Mar. 2, EF3)) 0109 29 miles (47 km) High-end EF3 tornado confirmed with a repair shop destroyed, mobile homes flipped, a church damaged and many trees knocked down. Multiple homes were destroyed, at least one of which was leveled. Damage at an elementary school in the community of Dallas as well as at least a dozen of homes. Airplanes and hangars were destroyed at an airport and trailers were flipped as well. 1 person was injured in a collapsed home.
EF1 NE of Marietta Cobb 33°58′N 84°27′W / 33.97°N 84.45°W / 33.97; -84.45 (Marietta (Mar. 2, EF1)) 0214 1 mile (1.6 km) Several buildings had roof damage and many trees were snapped or uprooted.
Virginia
EF1 SE of Jonesville Lee 36°40′N 83°05′W / 36.66°N 83.08°W / 36.66; -83.08 (Jonesville (Mar. 2, EF1)) 0210 1 mile (1.6 km) A manufactured home was moved off its foundation and several outbuildings were destroyed.
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for 03/02/12, NWS Huntsville, NWS Birmingham, AL, NWS Morristown, TN, NWS Nashville, NWS Paducah, NWS Louisville, NWS Wilmington, OH, NWS Jackson, KY, NWS Charleston, WV, NWS Jackson, MS, NWS Greenville-Spartanburg, NWS Peachtree City, GA, NCDC Storm Events Database

March 3 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes – Saturday, March 3, 2012
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
North Carolina
EF2 Harrisburg/Northeast Charlotte area Mecklenburg, Cabarrus 35°16′N 80°41′W / 35.26°N 80.68°W / 35.26; -80.68 (Harrisburg (Mar. 3, EF2)) 0734 3.2 miles (5.1 km) Nearly 200 homes were damaged in an area in the northeast fringes of Charlotte; some were destroyed. Vehicles were flipped and storage sheds were destroyed as well. Many trees were downed. Four people were injured, including a child who was thrown across Interstate 485 and found relatively uninjured.
South Carolina
EF0 NNW of Columbia Richland 34°04′N 81°46′W / 34.07°N 81.76°W / 34.07; -81.76 (Columbia (Mar. 3, EF0)) 1036 2.5 miles (4.0 km) Brief tornado downed trees and tree branches.
Georgia
EF0 ENE of Colquitt Miller 31°12′N 84°41′W / 31.20°N 84.68°W / 31.20; -84.68 (Colquitt (Mar. 3, EF0)) 1215 0.25 miles (0.40 km) Several trees were snapped and a home suffered damage to its roof and porch.
EF0 SSW of Vada Decatur 31°03′N 84°26′W / 31.05°N 84.43°W / 31.05; -84.43 (Vada (Mar. 3, EF0)) 1330 3.3 miles (5.3 km) Tornado destroyed a metal frame home, a camper and multiple sheds. Several vehicles and irrigation pivots were also overturned.
EF3 NW of Moody Air Force Base Lowndes, Lanier 31°00′N 83°15′W / 31.00°N 83.25°W / 31.00; -83.25 (Moody Air Force Base (Mar. 3, EF3)) 1756 10.9 miles (17.5 km) Large wedge tornado damaged and destroyed several homes and mobile homes. Hundreds of trees were snapped and debarked along the path, some of which had sheet metal wrapped around them. A tractor was thrown and mangled and an electrical meter was pulled from the ground. A wooden 2x4 was impaled through the side of a storage trailer, and a 7 foot piece of metal gutter was driven 2 feet into the ground. In Lakeland, Georgia, an ambulance bay was damaged, along with the roof of a hospital. A full shipping container was blown 50 feet (15 m) as well.
Florida
EF0 S of Quincy Gadsden 30°28′N 84°37′W / 30.47°N 84.62°W / 30.47; -84.62 (Wetumpka (Mar. 3, EF0)) 1425 0.6 miles (0.97 km) About two dozen trees were downed in a rural area.
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for March 3, 2012, NWS Greenville-Spartanburg, NWS Columbia, SC, NWS Tallahassee

March 9 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Friday, March 9, 2012
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
Hawaii
EF0 ESE of Kailua Honolulu 21°24′N 157°43′W / 21.40°N 157.72°W / 21.40; -157.72 (Kailua (Mar. 9, EF0)) 0910 1.5 miles (2.4 km) Tornado started as a waterspout that moved ashore. Roofs were damaged, signs and power lines were knocked down, and trees were snapped.
Sources: NWS Honolulu

March 11 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Sunday, March 11, 2012
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
Texas
EF0 NW of San Augustine San Augustine 31°34′N 94°09′W / 31.56°N 94.15°W / 31.56; -94.15 (San Augustine (Mar. 11, EF0)) 1920 4 miles (6.4 km) A large tree was uprooted, large tree limbs were broken, and metal was peeled from a chicken house.
Louisiana
EF0 W of Oak Grove West Carroll 32°52′N 91°29′W / 32.86°N 91.49°W / 32.86; -91.49 (Oak Grove (Mar. 11, EF0)) 0057 2.6 miles (4.2 km) Multiple trees were snapped or uprooted, and one manufactured home was damaged by a falling tree.
EF0 NE of Jennings Acadia 30°16′N 92°37′W / 30.27°N 92.62°W / 30.27; -92.62 (Jennings (Mar. 11, EF0)) 0402 1.5 miles (2.4 km) Several trees were snapped or uprooted, and one home lost a significant number of shingles. Three other homes received minor roof damage. A barn had a wall blown out, and an unsecured storage building was flipped and destroyed.
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for 03/11/12, NWS Shreveport, LA, NWS Jackson, MS, NWS Lake Charles, LA

March 12 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Monday, March 12, 2012
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
Michigan
EF1 SSE of Coleman Midland 43°43′N 84°34′W / 43.71°N 84.57°W / 43.71; -84.57 (Coleman (Mar. 12, EF1)) 2243 5.1 miles (8.2 km) A garage was destroyed and three pole barns were damaged. Trees were uprooted
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for 03/12/12, NWS Detroit

March 15 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Thursday, March 15, 2012
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
Michigan
EF3 Dexter area Washtenaw 42°23′N 83°58′W / 42.39°N 83.96°W / 42.39; -83.96 (Dexter (Mar. 15, EF3)) 2117 7.2 miles (11.6 km) About a dozen houses were destroyed along a damage path 800 yards (730 m) wide, with a hundred homes and businesses suffering varying degrees of damage in Dexter.
EF2 SSW of Columbiaville Lapeer 43°07′N 83°25′W / 43.12°N 83.42°W / 43.12; -83.42 (Columbiaville (Mar. 15, EF2)) 2249 4.5 miles (7.2 km) Trees were uprooted, one house was shifted off its foundation and heavily damaged, and a garage was destroyed.
EF0 S of Ida Monroe 41°52′N 83°34′W / 41.87°N 83.56°W / 41.87; -83.56 (Ida (Mar. 15, EF0)) 2251 0.5 miles (0.80 km) Trees were downed, shingles were blown off a roof, a shed was destroyed, and a car was flipped.
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for 03/15/12, NWS Detroit

March 17 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Saturday, March 17, 2012
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
California
EF0 WSW of Tranquility Fresno 36°38′N 120°19′W / 36.63°N 120.32°W / 36.63; -120.32 (Tranquility (Mar. 17, EF0)) 2230 unknown No damage was reported.
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for 03/17/12, NWS San Joaquin Valley, CA: [1], [2]

March 18 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Sunday, March 18, 2012
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
Oklahoma
EF0 W of Mangum Greer 34°53′N 99°41′W / 34.88°N 99.68°W / 34.88; -99.68 (Mangum (Mar. 18, EF0)) 2350 3.85 miles (6.20 km) No damage reported with this tornado.
EF0 WSW of Brinkman Greer 34°58′N 99°36′W / 34.96°N 99.60°W / 34.96; -99.60 (Brinkman (Mar. 18, EF0)) 0010 0.1 miles (160 m) No damage reported with this tornado.
EF0 WNW of Willow Greer 35°04′N 99°34′W / 35.07°N 99.56°W / 35.07; -99.56 (Willow (Mar. 18, EF0)) 0027 1.4 miles (2.3 km) No damage reported with this tornado.
EF0 NW of Willow Greer 35°06′N 99°34′W / 35.10°N 99.57°W / 35.10; -99.57 (Willow (Mar. 18, EF0)) 0037 1 mile (1.6 km) No damage reported. This tornado was from the same supercell that produced the other tornadoes in Greer County.
Nebraska
EF3 SW of North Platte Lincoln 41°05′N 100°50′W / 41.09°N 100.83°W / 41.09; -100.83 (North Platte (Mar. 18, EF3)) 0210 6.7 miles (10.8 km) Two homes were damaged. Two transmission towers and several garages and outbuildings were destroyed. Extensive tree and power line damage occurred. Two people were injured.
EF1 WSW of North Platte Lincoln 41°07′N 100°52′W / 41.12°N 100.86°W / 41.12; -100.86 (North Platte (Mar. 18, EF1)) 0213 1.5 miles (2.4 km) A semi truck and fence line were destroyed. A garage was damaged and an irrigation pivot was destroyed. Extensive tree damage occurred. One person was injured.
EF3 NW of North Platte (1st tornado) Lincoln 41°08′N 100°51′W / 41.13°N 100.85°W / 41.13; -100.85 (North Platte (Mar. 18, EF3)) 0214 1.7 miles (2.7 km) Two homes were destroyed and two others suffered significant damage. Fifteen train cars and an irrigation pivot were overturned. Two people were injured.
EF2 NW of North Platte (2nd tornado) Lincoln 41°10′N 100°52′W / 41.17°N 100.87°W / 41.17; -100.87 (North Platte (Mar. 18, EF2)) 0218 1.7 miles (2.7 km) A barn, two homes, and a garage were destroyed with debris from the barn driven into the ground. An outbuilding was destroyed. Extensive tree damage occurred.
EF0 SSE of Ringgold McPherson 41°26′N 100°46′W / 41.44°N 100.77°W / 41.44; -100.77 (Ringgold (Mar. 18, EF0)) 0239 5.3 miles (8.5 km) A church was damaged, a small storage building was destroyed, and a nine tower irrigation pivot system was twisted and overturned. Trees were uprooted.
EF0 NNW of Valentine Cherry 42°55′N 100°35′W / 42.92°N 100.59°W / 42.92; -100.59 (Valentine (Mar. 18, EF0)) 0319 100 yards (91 m) Brief touchdown with no damage.
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for 03/18/12, NWS Norman, OK, NWS North Platte, NE

March 19 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Monday, March 19, 2012
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
Texas
EF2 ENE of Gardendale Ector 32°02′N 102°20′W / 32.03°N 102.34°W / 32.03; -102.34 (Gardendale (Mar. 19, EF2)) 0628 1 mile (1.6 km) A camper was flipped, a cinder block fence was overturned, and a barn and trailer were destroyed. One house suffered significant roof damage and several power poles were damaged. Three people were injured.
EF2 WNW of Devine Medina 29°08′N 98°56′W / 29.14°N 98.94°W / 29.14; -98.94 (Devine (Mar. 19, EF2)) 0106 3.5 miles (5.6 km) Preliminary survey. A semi trailer was overturned.
EF1 W of Lytle Medina 29°11′N 98°50′W / 29.18°N 98.84°W / 29.18; -98.84 (Lytle (Mar. 19, EF1)) 0120 7 miles (11 km) Preliminary survey. Power lines were knocked down.
EF2 NNE of Lytle Bexar 29°14′N 98°46′W / 29.24°N 98.76°W / 29.24; -98.76 (Lytle (Mar. 19, EF2)) 0130 5 miles (8.0 km) Preliminary survey. Damage reported to six homes. Two people were injured.
Kansas
EF0 ESE of Montrose Jewell 39°46′N 98°02′W / 39.77°N 98.04°W / 39.77; -98.04 (Montrose (Mar. 19, EF0)) 1055 0.8 miles (1.3 km) A large machine shed was destroyed.
Minnesota
EF0 S of Elysian Waseca, Le Sueur 44°10′N 93°41′W / 44.17°N 93.68°W / 44.17; -93.68 (Elysian (Mar. 19, EF0)) 2325 7 miles (11 km) Second-earliest tornado on record in Minnesota history (earliest was on March 18, 1968). Numerous trees and several structures were damaged along the tornado's path.
Oklahoma
EF0 NW of Vian Sequoyah 35°31′N 95°00′W / 35.52°N 95.00°W / 35.52; -95.00 (Vian (Mar. 19, EF0)) 0120 0.1 miles (160 m) Brief tornado over open country with no damage.
Arkansas
EF1 Uniontown Crawford 35°35′N 94°26′W / 35.58°N 94.44°W / 35.58; -94.44 (Uniontown (Mar. 19, EF1)) 0252 13 miles (21 km) The roof of a mobile home was damaged, and numerous trees were snapped or uprooted.
EF0 ENE of Efay Washington 36°05′N 94°08′W / 36.09°N 94.14°W / 36.09; -94.14 (Efay (Mar. 19, EF0)) 0320 1 mile (1.6 km) Two homes and a Walmart were damaged and a few trees and tree limbs were snapped.
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for 03/19/12, NWS Odessa, TX, NWS San Antonio, TX, NWS Tulsa, OK

March 20 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Tuesday, March 20, 2012
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
Texas
EF0 NE of Longhorn Bexar 29°32′N 98°25′W / 29.54°N 98.41°W / 29.54; -98.41 (Longhorn (Mar. 20, EF0)) 0555 0.75 miles (1.21 km) A post office and 10 homes suffered minor damage, with another home suffering major damage.
EF0 N of Kirby Bexar 29°29′N 98°23′W / 29.49°N 98.38°W / 29.49; -98.38 (Kirby (Mar. 20, EF0)) 0559 0.25 miles (400 m) A few homes sustained minor damage.
EF0 W of Runge Karnes 28°53′N 97°43′W / 28.88°N 97.72°W / 28.88; -97.72 (Runge (Mar. 20, EF0)) 0905 0.25 miles (400 m) Houses and outbuildings suffered minor damage. A few trees were downed.
Louisiana
EF0 E of Zwolle Sabine 31°38′N 93°34′W / 31.64°N 93.56°W / 31.64; -93.56 (Zwolle (Mar. 20, EF0)) 1636 3 miles (4.8 km) Several trees were snapped and uprooted and a few power lines were downed.
EF0 SE of Goldonna Natchitoches, Winn 32°00′N 92°53′W / 32.00°N 92.89°W / 32.00; -92.89 (Goldonna (Mar. 20, EF0)) 1815 2.1 miles (3.4 km) Several trees were snapped or blown down. Power lines were also downed.
EF0 E of Natchitoches Natchitoches 31°46′N 93°04′W / 31.76°N 93.06°W / 31.76; -93.06 (Natchitoches (Mar. 20, EF0)) 0228 1 mile (1.6 km) Three mobile homes sustained damage, one with moderate roof damage. One tree was snapped.
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for 03/20/12, NWS Shreveport, LA

March 21 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Wednesday, March 21, 2012
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
Louisiana
EF0 S of Sikes Winn 32°03′N 92°29′W / 32.05°N 92.49°W / 32.05; -92.49 (Sikes (Mar. 21, EF0)) 0814 0.4 miles (0.64 km) A few trees were snapped.
EF1 Lake Arthur area Jefferson Davis 30°05′N 92°41′W / 30.08°N 92.68°W / 30.08; -92.68 (Lake Arthur (Mar. 21, EF1)) 0930 2 miles (3.2 km) An estimated 20 to 30 homes were damaged, barns destroyed, trees downed, and antennas blown off the top of a water tower.
EF1 S of Gueydan Vermilion 30°01′N 92°31′W / 30.01°N 92.51°W / 30.01; -92.51 (Gueydan (Mar. 21, EF1)) 0945 2.5 miles (4.0 km) A tied-down mobile home was rolled upside down. Five homes and city hall sustained significant roof damage. About 20 homes received minor damage. Several outbuildings were destroyed and numerous trees were downed. There was one minor injury.
EF0 W of Henry Vermilion 29°53′N 92°06′W / 29.88°N 92.10°W / 29.88; -92.10 (Henry (Mar. 21, EF0)) 1035 1 mile (1.6 km) Damage included a roof blown off a barn, several outbuildings destroyed, and several trees snapped.
EF1 Abbeville area Vermilion 29°58′N 92°07′W / 29.97°N 92.12°W / 29.97; -92.12 (Abbeville (Mar. 21, EF1)) 1045 1.5 miles (2.4 km) A garage was destroyed and telephone poles were snapped.
EF0 Patterson area St. Mary 29°41′N 91°19′W / 29.69°N 91.31°W / 29.69; -91.31 (Patterson (Mar. 21, EF0)) 1257 1 mile (1.6 km) A few trees had limbs removed and a garage was damaged.
EF1 W of Grayson Caldwell 32°03′N 92°09′W / 32.05°N 92.15°W / 32.05; -92.15 (Grayson (Mar. 21, EF1)) 1330 4.1 miles (6.6 km) Twenty homes were damaged and 1 mobile home and several sheds were destroyed. Several trees were downed.
EF1 Prairieville area Ascension 30°18′N 90°58′W / 30.30°N 90.97°W / 30.30; -90.97 (Prairieville (Mar. 21, EF1)) 1434 3 miles (4.8 km) Several homes sustained significant roof damage and numerous trees were snapped or uprooted.
EF1 E of Kleinpeter East Baton Rouge 30°20′N 90°56′W / 30.34°N 90.94°W / 30.34; -90.94 (Kleinpeter (Mar. 21, EF1)) 1443 0.6 miles (0.97 km) Several homes suffered roof damage and numerous trees were downed.
EF1 NE of Corbin Livingston 30°32′N 90°50′W / 30.53°N 90.83°W / 30.53; -90.83 (Corbin (Mar. 21, EF1)) 1505 0.6 miles (0.97 km) Several trees were downed and a house lost part of its roof.
EF0 NE of Madisonville St. Tammany 30°26′N 90°08′W / 30.43°N 90.13°W / 30.43; -90.13 (Madisonville (Mar. 21, EF0)) 1716 0.5 miles (0.80 km) Brief tornado damaged several homes and downed many trees.
EF0 NE of Abita Springs St. Tammany 30°29′N 90°01′W / 30.49°N 90.02°W / 30.49; -90.02 (Abita Springs (Mar. 21, EF0)) 1735 1.4 miles (2.3 km) Several trees were downed and a house suffered roof damage.
North Carolina
EF0 Wenona area Washington 35°44′N 76°38′W / 35.73°N 76.63°W / 35.73; -76.63 (Wenona (Mar. 21, EF0)) 1500 100 yards (91 m) Brief tornado with no damage.
Mississippi
EF1 E of McNair Jefferson 31°38′N 91°01′W / 31.64°N 91.02°W / 31.64; -91.02 (McNair (Mar. 21, EF1)) 1523 3 miles (4.8 km) Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted.
EF2 NNE of Port Gibson Claiborne, Warren 32°05′N 90°59′W / 32.09°N 90.99°W / 32.09; -90.99 (Port Gibson (Mar. 21, EF2)) 1551 10 miles (16 km) Two mobile homes were destroyed and four power poles were snapped. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted, one of which caused significant damage to a house.
EF1 SE of Vicksburg Warren 32°18′N 90°52′W / 32.30°N 90.86°W / 32.30; -90.86 (Vicksburg (Mar. 21, EF1)) 1611 1.75 miles (2.82 km) Several buildings were damaged, including a mobile home that was flipped. Numerous trees were downed.
EF2 WSW of Pelahatchie Rankin 32°17′N 89°50′W / 32.29°N 89.84°W / 32.29; -89.84 (Pelahatchie (Mar. 21, EF2)) 1904 6.3 miles (10.1 km) Narrow tornado caused extensive damage to a home and snapped or uprooted numerous trees.
EF0 SE of Eastabuchie Forrest 31°25′N 89°15′W / 31.42°N 89.25°W / 31.42; -89.25 (Eastabuchie (Mar. 21, EF0)) 2100 0.3 miles (0.48 km) Brief tornado snapped several trees and tore shingles off a home.
EF0 SW of Soso Jones 31°44′N 89°20′W / 31.73°N 89.33°W / 31.73; -89.33 (Soso (Mar. 21, EF0)) 2231 0.2 miles (0.32 km) Brief tornado heavily damaged the roof of a chicken house and uprooted a tree.
EF0 NW of Long Beach Harrison 30°29′N 89°19′W / 30.48°N 89.31°W / 30.48; -89.31 (Long Beach (Mar. 21, EF0)) 0132 0.25 miles (0.40 km) Brief tornado damaged a trailer.
EF0 ESE of Paulding Jasper 32°01′N 89°01′W / 32.02°N 89.02°W / 32.02; -89.02 (Paulding (Mar. 21, EF0)) 0203 0.5 miles (0.80 km) Brief tornado uprooted several trees.
EF1 NNE of Gulfport Harrison 30°35′N 88°58′W / 30.59°N 88.97°W / 30.59; -88.97 (Gulfport (Mar. 21, EF1)) 0535 1 mile (1.6 km) A trailer was flipped and several homes lost part of their roofs.
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for 03/20/12, SPC Storm Reports for 03/21/12, NWS Shreveport, LA, NWS Lake Charles, LA, NWS Newport / Morehead City, NC, NWS Jackson, MS

March 22 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Thursday, March 22, 2012
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
Mississippi
EF0 N of Biloxi Harrison 30°29′N 88°56′W / 30.49°N 88.93°W / 30.49; -88.93 (Biloxi (Mar. 22, EF0)) 1010 4 miles (6.4 km) One home sustained significant damage
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for 03/21/12

March 23 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Friday, March 23, 2012
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
Alabama
EF1 NNW of Troy Pike 31°50′N 86°02′W / 31.83°N 86.04°W / 31.83; -86.04 (Troy (Mar. 23, EF1)) 1426 1.7 miles (2.7 km) Several large trees were snapped or uprooted. Two houses, three chicken barns, and a single-wide manufactured home suffered minor damaged.
EF0 NW of Malvern Geneva 31°09′N 85°34′W / 31.15°N 85.56°W / 31.15; -85.56 (Malvern (Mar. 23, EF0)) 1748 1.7 miles (2.7 km) A few houses suffered minor roof damage and several trees were downed.
Missouri
EF0 NE of Cape Girardeau Cape Girardeau 37°20′N 89°30′W / 37.33°N 89.50°W / 37.33; -89.50 (Cape Girardeau (Mar. 23, EF0)) 1633 0.25 miles (400 m) Brief tornado caused roof damage to several homes and downed a few small trees.
EF1 NW of Neely's Landing Cape Girardeau 37°31′N 89°31′W / 37.52°N 89.52°W / 37.52; -89.52 (Neely's Landing (Mar. 23, EF1)) 1638 0.6 miles (0.97 km) Trees and powerlines were downed.
Illinois
EF0 E of Murphysboro Jackson 37°46′N 89°16′W / 37.76°N 89.27°W / 37.76; -89.27 (Murphysboro (Mar. 23, EF0)) 1714 1.8 miles (2.9 km) A few trees were downed.
EF1 NW of Desoto Jackson 37°51′N 89°16′W / 37.85°N 89.27°W / 37.85; -89.27 (Desoto (Mar. 23, EF1)) 1724 7.5 miles (12.1 km) Dozens of trees were uprooted or snapped. Several sheds, barns, and homes were damaged and a flag pole was blown down.
EF2 NW of Opdyke Jefferson 38°16′N 88°47′W / 38.26°N 88.79°W / 38.26; -88.79 (Opdyke (Mar. 23, EF2)) 1826 2.5 miles (4.0 km) 1 death – A double wide mobile home was thrown 100 feet (30 m) and destroyed. One home and three barns were damaged, one heavily. Several trees were uprooted or snapped. In addition to the fatality, two people were injured.
EF0 NNE of Kell Marion 38°32′N 88°53′W / 38.53°N 88.88°W / 38.53; -88.88 (Kell (Mar. 23, EF0)) 1857 100 yards (91 m) Brief touchdown with no damage.
Kentucky
EF1 S of Jeffersontown Jefferson 38°05′N 85°37′W / 38.09°N 85.62°W / 38.09; -85.62 (Jeffersontown (Mar. 23, EF1)) 1807 2.5 miles (4.0 km) Several homes were damaged, some severely. Numerous trees were downed.
EF1 E of Finchville Shelby 38°09′N 85°17′W / 38.15°N 85.29°W / 38.15; -85.29 (Finchville (Mar. 23, EF1)) 1828 2.25 miles (3.62 km) Two barns were destroyed and two others were damaged. A trailer was overturned and about two dozen trees were snapped to uprooted.
Georgia
EF0 S of Kolomoki Mounds State Park Early 31°26′N 84°57′W / 31.43°N 84.95°W / 31.43; -84.95 (Kolomoki Mounds S.P. (Mar. 23, EF0)) 2020 3.6 miles (5.8 km) Several trees were downed and minor roof damage occurred to a couple of structures.
Indiana
EF0 WNW of Center Square Switzerland 38°50′N 85°03′W / 38.83°N 85.05°W / 38.83; -85.05 (Center Square (Mar. 23, EF0)) 2039 unknown Brief tornado with no damage.
Ohio
EF0 Harlan Township area Warren 39°19′N 84°04′W / 39.32°N 84.07°W / 39.32; -84.07 (Harlan Township (Mar. 23, EF0)) 2330 0.5 miles (0.80 km) Brief tornado significantly damaged a pole barn and a nearby home. Debris from the barn was found up to 50 yd (46 m) upstream. Several trees were also uprooted and many more were snapped.
EF0 Clarksville area Clinton 39°23′N 83°59′W / 39.39°N 83.98°W / 39.39; -83.98 (Clarksville (Mar. 23, EF0)) 2350 0.3 miles (0.48 km) Brief tornado struck the village of Clarksville, causing minor damage to numerous structures.
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for 03/23/12, NWS Louisville, NWS Birmingham, NWS Paducah, KY, NWS Wilmington, OH

March 24 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Saturday, March 24, 2012
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
Florida
EF0 W of Gainesville Alachua 29°45′N 82°34′W / 29.75°N 82.56°W / 29.75; -82.56 (Gainesville (Mar. 24, EF0)) 1840 4.6 miles (7.4 km) Two homes and a carport were damaged. Many trees were downed as well.
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for 03/24/12, NCDC Storm Events Database

March 28 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Wednesday, March 28, 2012
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
Kansas
EF0 SSW of Allen Lyon 38°33′N 96°13′W / 38.55°N 96.21°W / 38.55; -96.21 (Allen (Mar. 28, EF0)) 0132 0.1 miles (160 m) Very brief touchdown with no damage.
EF0 S of Madison Greenwood 38°05′N 96°08′W / 38.08°N 96.13°W / 38.08; -96.13 (Masison (Mar. 28, EF0)) 0137 0.25 miles (400 m) Very brief touchdown with no damage.
EF0 ESE of Madison Greenwood 38°07′N 96°04′W / 38.11°N 96.07°W / 38.11; -96.07 (Madison (Mar. 28, EF0)) 0217 0.25 miles (400 m) Very brief touchdown with no damage.
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for 03/28/12, NCDC Storm Events Database

March 30 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Friday, March 30, 2012
EF#
Location
County
Coord.
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
Florida
EF0 WSW of Vicksburg Bay 30°18′N 85°45′W / 30.30°N 85.75°W / 30.30; -85.75 (Vicksburg (Mar. 30, EF0)) 2052 0.2 miles (320 m) Waterspout moved onshore and caused no damage.
Sources: SPC Storm Reports for 03/28/12, NCDC Storm Events Database

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