List of tornadoes in the May 2007 Tornado Outbreak

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This is a complete list of the confirmed tornadoes from the May 2007 Tornado Outbreak, between May 4 and May 6, 2007.

Confirmed tornadoes[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Fujita rating
EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
66 42 15 5 0 1 129

May 4 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Friday, May 4, 2007
F#
Location
County
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Oklahoma
EF1 SW of Arnett Ellis 2321 4 miles
(6.4 km)
Windows were blown out of a house west of Arnett. Surrounding the house, a barn and several outbuildings were destroyed. Farm equipment at the home was also destroyed. Numerous tree limbs and power lines were downed as well.[1]
EF0 E of Arnett Ellis 2345 0.2 mile
(330 m)
A few trees, power poles, and power lines were damaged.[2]
South Dakota
EF1 W of Emery Hanson 2355 1 mile
(1.6 km)
A house, garage and barn were damaged, and power lines were knocked down.[3]
EF0 E of Farmer Hanson 0021 unknown Brief tornado with no damage.[4]
Colorado
EF0 NE of Deer Trail Arapahoe 0000 unknown Brief tornado touchdown with no damage.[5]
Kansas
EF0 SE of Gaylord Smith 0120 unknown Tornado touched down in an open field, damaging an irrigation pivot.[6]
EF0 NW of Sitka Clark 0132 6 miles
(9.6 km)
Tornado remained over open country with no damage.[7]
EF0 E of Sitka Clark 0134 4.2 miles
(6.7 km)
Tornado remained over open country with no damage. Occurred simultaneously with the previous tornado.[8]
EF0 N of Protection Comanche 0148 2.9 miles
(4.7 km)
Tornado remained over open country with no damage.[9]
EF1 NE of Sitka Clark 0150 2.3 miles
(3.9 km)
Tornado remained primarily over open country, though one barn was damaged.[10]
EF5 Greensburg Comanche, Kiowa 0200 26 miles
(42 km)
11 deaths - See section on this tornado
EF1 SW of Greensburg (1st tornado) Comanche, Kiowa 0208 1.5 miles
(2.4 km)
First satellite tornado adjacent to the main Greensburg tornado. Damage was limited to trees.[11]
EF0 SW of Greensburg (2nd tornado) Kiowa 0234 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Second satellite tornado adjacent to the main Greensburg tornado. Trees and oil tanks were damaged. May have been an EF1.[12]
EF1 E of Greensburg Kiowa 0255 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Tornado quickly developed as the main Greensburg tornado dissipated. Trees, power lines, and wire spools were damaged.[13]
EF3 N of Greensburg to S of Belpre Kiowa, Edwards 0303 23 miles
(37 km)
See section on this tornado
EF3 NE of Haviland to S of Macksville Kiowa, Edwards, Pratt, Stafford 0339 18 miles
(30 km)
1 death - See section on this tornado
EF1 Phillipsburg Phillips 0420 0.25 mile
(400 m)
Minor damage occurred in town. Rooftops, a playset, windows, and fencing was damaged. Several trees were uprooted as well.[14]
EF3 SE of Macksville to N of St. John Stafford 0434 17 miles
(31 km)
1 death - See section on this tornado
EF1 E of Seward Stafford 0528 6 miles
(9.6 km)
Trees and irrigation pivots were damaged.[15]
EF0 SW of Ellinwood Barton 0548 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Brief tornado remained over open country with no damage.[16]
EF0 SE of Great Bend (1st tornado) Barton 0555 unknown Minor tree and power pole damage occurred.[17]
EF1 SW of Claflin Barton 0621 5.7 miles
(9.2 km)
Tornado threw 5 grain bins into a grocery store, damaging the structure. A church sustained damage to its steeple, two barns were destroyed, and outbuildings were damaged.[18]
EF1 SE of Claflin (1st tornado) Barton 0628 6 miles
(9.6 km)
One house was slightly damaged, and significant tree and power line damage occurred.[19]
EF1 SE of Claflin (2nd tornado) Barton, Rice 0646 unknown Sheds and power lines were damaged.[20]
EF0 NE of Holyrood Ellsworth 0706 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Several large trees and a power pole were knocked down.[21]
Sources:

Storm reports of May 4, 2007, NWS Wichita, NWS Hastings NWS Dodge City; Greensburg EF5 Confirmation NWS Dodge City; Main Greensburg tornado summary (update May 22nd), 2007 Oklahoma tornadoes, NCDC storm reports

May 5 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Saturday, May 5, 2007
F#
Location
County
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Nebraska
EF1 SW of Callaway to E Arnold Custer 1723 21 miles
(33 km)
Long-tracked tornado destroyed several grain bins, uprooted trees, destroyed a garage and small outbuildings, overturned center pivot irrigation systems, snapped many power poles, broke windows, destroyed a barn, and mangled farm machinery, vehicles, and a horse trailer.[22]
EF1 NE of Arnold to S of Ainsworth Custer, Blaine, Brown 1803 55 miles
(89 km)
Long-tracked tornado destroyed a barn and some windmills, destroyed fences, snapped trees and power poles, and broke windows at an old sod home. A vehicle driving along Highway 2 was lifted and turned by the tornado. Towards the end of the path, the tornado destroyed outbuildings, tore off part of a house roof and broke windows, moved a pickup truck and horse trailer, and picked up calves.[23]
EF0 NE of Center Knox 2048 11 miles
(17 km)
A machine shed was destroyed and a trailer was overturned. Damage was mainly confined to old deserted farm sites along with trees in the area. 6 cattle were killed.[24]
EF1 SE of Springview to NE of Burton Keya Paha 2057 17 miles
(31 km)
Tornado tore sections of roof from two homes, snapped trees, destroyed a barn and small outbuildings, overturned a center pivot irrigation system, and snapped 40 power poles. One man was injured when he was caught outside on his tractor during the tornado.[25]
EF1 S of Western to SE of Dorchester Saline 2158 18 miles
(30 km)
As the tornado initially touched down south of Western, a camper and machine shed were destroyed and a center pivot was overturned. Near Wilber, trees were twisted and uprooted and some building damage was noted, with some debris was scattered up to 1/4 mile away from its original location. The tornado then struck the rural community of Tabor Hall, where farm buildings were heavily damaged and grave stones were knocked over in a cemetery. South of Dorchester, several pig feeders and livestock huts were destroyed, the roof of a farm outbuilding was removed, and a barn was destroyed before the tornado dissipated.[26]
EF0 W of Bloomfield Knox 2215 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Trees and large power line support structures were damaged in the area, and a center pivot was flipped.[27]
EF0 W of Wausa Knox 2217 3 miles
(4.8 km)
Tornado remained in open country with damage limited to trees.[28]
EF0 E of Bloomfield Knox 2224 5.5 miles
(8.8 km)
A center pivot was flipped and outbuildings were damaged. Some livestock was killed as well.[29]
EF1 NE of Bloomfield Knox 2228 8.75 miles
(14 km)
Tornado damaged the roof of a hog confinement when it initially touched down. The tornado continued northward damaging trees, buildings and power lines. At least one center pivot was damaged along with some home damage noted as well.[30]
EF2 NW of Crofton (1st tornado) Knox 2243 7 miles
(11 km)
A grain bin and some large power line support structures were damaged as the tornado touched down. Several structures sustained roof damage as it approached Lewis and Clark Lake, and one home in the area lost its entire roof. A garage was destroyed as well. At the lake itself, the tornado severely damaged a marina and recreation area. Numerous campers and boats were flipped or missing at the recreation area, and vehicles were damaged as well. Multiple trees and power poles were snapped, and a storage building was heavily damaged as well. Three people sustained minor injuries when their SUV was thrown about 100 feet. [31]
EF0 NW of Crofton (2nd tornado) Knox 2245 4 miles
(6.4 km)
Tornado caused tree damage and flipped a camper before lifting over Lewis and Clark Lake. Occurred simultaneously with the previous tornado.[32]
EF0 SW of Petersburg Boone 0315 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Brief tornado with damage limited to a few trees.[33]
Colorado
EF0 E of Ackerman Logan 1757 unknown Small tornado remained over open country with no damage reported.[34]
South Dakota
EF1 WSW of Carthage Miner 2131 unknown A few outbuildings were damaged.[35]
EF2 E of Tyndall Bon Homme 2133 3.5 miles
(5.6 km)
Tornado blew over a shed, damaged several outbuildings, and flipped over a hog shed. A house was damaged when it was hit by debris from the hog shed. The tornado also shifted a two car garage off its foundation, damaged the adjoining house, blew a chimney off the roof, twisted a windmill, and caused tree damage.[36]
EF2 NW of Howard Miner 2135 1 mile
(1.6 km)
A hunting lodge was destroyed and outbuildings were damaged.[37]
EF2 NW of Tyndall Bon Homme 2143 4 miles
(9.6 km)
Tornado damaged two farms, including one where a house was shifted off of its foundation, and several outbuildings were destroyed. Widespread tree damage occurred, including some trees debarked and uprooted. The tornado also blew off the tops of grain bins and blew down power lines.[38]
EF0 N of Tripp Hutchinson 2200 unknown Brief tornado caused tree damage and overturned an irrigation system.[39]
EF0 N of Dimock Hutchinson 2210 unknown Brief tornado caused no damage.[40]
EF1 SE of Dimock Hutchinson 2216 5 miles
(8 km)
Damage was limited to trees.[41]
EF1 Riverside Hanson, Davison 2220 3 miles
(4.8 km)
Trees were damaged and a house had its roof blown off.[42]
EF1 NW of Alexandria Hanson 2241 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Tornado damaged barns and blew out windows.[43]
EF0 SE of Mitchell Davison 2250 4 miles
(6.4 km)
Tornado remained over open country with no damage reported.[44]
EF1 W of Yankton(1st tornado) Yankton 2252 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Tornado was spawned by the same supercell that produced tornadoes on the Nebraska side of Lewis and Clark Lake. Two houses were damaged, one of which had its roof torn off. Trees were downed and a garage was destroyed as well. One camper was injured.[45]
EF0 W of Yankton(2nd tornado) Yankton 2252 unknown Brief tornado caused no damage. Occurred simultaneously with the previous tornado.[46]
EF3 E of Plankinton Aurora 2305 4 miles
(6.4 km)
Tornado destroyed a hunting lodge and several outbuildings. A house was severely damaged, a trailer was thrown 100 yards, and tree damage occurred as well.[47]
EF1 N of Artesian Sanborn 2315 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Tornado damaged siding on a house, destroyed 3 outbuildings, uprooted several trees, and leaned over several power poles.[48]
EF2 N of Lesterville Yankton 2317 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Tornado struck a farm and destroyed 3 concrete silos, destroyed numerous outbuildings, heavily damaged a large shed, damaged a barn, and caused tree damage as well.[49]
EF0 SW of Gregory Gregory 2330 unknown Brief touchdown caused no damage.[50]
EF0 S of Gregory Gregory unknown unknown Brief touchdown caused no damage.[51]
EF0 W of Platte Charles Mix 2335 unknown Brief tornado caused no damage.[52]
EF1 N of Kimball Brule 2340 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Tornado destroyed a calf shelter, blew down trees, and tore shingles off the roof of a house.[53]
EF2 Spencer to N of Epiphany McCook, Hanson 0023 11 miles
(17 km)
Tornado touched down in Spencer, which was devastated in 1998. One house in town was damaged, along with some trees. A junk yard was damaged to the east of town before the tornado dissipated.[54]
EF0 W of Vilas Miner 0039 unknown Brief tornado with no reported damage.[55]
EF1 S of Carthage Miner 0047 unknown A hog barn and a hoop building were destroyed.[56]
EF0 E of Carthage Miner 0056 unknown A pole barn was damaged.[57]
EF1 N of Carthage Kingsbury 0103 unknown Several outbuildings were destroyed by this brief tornado.[58]
EF0 NW of Wolsey Beadle 0136 unknown Brief tornado caused no damage.[59]
Kansas
EF0 S of Byers Pratt 2148 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Brief tornado remained over open country with no damage reported.[60]
EF1 N of Iuka Pratt, Stafford 2159 10 miles
(16 km)
Damage was limited to trees and irrigation pivots.[61]
EF0 E of Bedford Station Stafford 2236 5 miles
(8 km)
Tornado remained over open country and caused no damage.[62]
EF2 Osborne Osborne 2252 8 miles
(13 km)
Tornado struck the town of Osborne directly, where it destroyed 2 mobile homes, damaged roofs, fences, cars, and windows, and damaged two restaurants as well. The Circle Inn lost its roof and a few exterior walls. A couple of semi-trailers were blown around, one of which ended up on top of a car. 11 people were injured.[63]
EF0 W of Belpre Edwards 2305 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Rain-wrapped tornado remained over open country and caused no damage.[64]
EF0 S of Raymond Rice 2309 unknown Brief touchdown caused no damage.[65]
EF0 S of Chase Rice 2315 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Brief touchdown caused no damage.[66]
EF0 W of Coldwater Comanche 2335 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Brief touchdown caused no damage.[67]
EF0 SW of Great Bend (1st tornado) Barton 2345 unknown Brief touchdown caused no damage.[68]
EF0 SW of Great Bend (2nd tornado) Barton 2354 unknown Brief touchdown caused no damage.[69]
EF2 W of Trousdale Edwards 0001 3 miles
(4.8 km)
Numerous trees and irrigation pivots were heavily damaged.[70]
EF0 W of Haviland Kiowa 0002 8 miles
(13 km)
Tornado came close to Greensburg, which was essentially completely destroyed by an EF5 that occurred the previous night. This tornado remained over open country and caused no damage.[71]
EF2 N of Haviland to E of Zook Kiowa, Edwards, Pratt, Stafford, Pawnee 0022 27 miles
(43 km)
Large, long-tracked, wedge tornado affected areas that were devastated by the Greensburg tornado family from the previous night. Tornado remained primarily over open fields, damaging farms, trees, and irrigation pivots.[72]
EF0 N of Wellsford Kiowa 0026 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Satellite to the previous long-track tornado caused no damage.[73]
EF1 NW of Odin Barton 0032 4 miles
(6.4 km)
Minor damage to trees and barns occurred. Several power lines were blown down as well.[74]
EF1 E of Centerview Edwards 0050 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Damage was limited to trees and irrigation pivots.[75]
EF0 S of Wilson Ellsworth 0055 unknown Brief touchdown open country caused no damage.[76]
EF0 N of Dillwyn (1st tornado) Stafford 0055 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Brief tornado caused no damage.[77]
EF2 N of Dillwyn (2nd tornado) Stafford 0104 9 miles
(15 km)
Large, multiple-vortex wedge tornado. Homes, trees, and irrigation pivots were damaged.[78]
EF0 E of Dorrance Russell 0106 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Weak tornado caused no damage.[79]
EF1 E of Dillwyn Stafford 0111 5 miles
(8 km)
Damage was limited to trees and irrigation pivots. Occurred simultaneously with the EF2 Dillwyn wedge.[80]
EF1 NW of St. John Stafford, Barton 0133 17 miles
(27 km)
Several houses were damaged, along with trees and irrigation pivots. Several outbuildings were damaged towards the end of the path as well.[81]
EF1 W of Greensburg Kiowa 0137 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Tornado passed just west of Greensburg, damaging a barn. NWS damage surveyors actually observed this tornado from Greensburg while surveying the devastated town.[82]
EF1 SE of Great Bend (2nd tornado) Barton 0208 4 miles
(6.4 km)
A pipeline terminal was damaged, along with a nearby trailer company. Tree and irrigation pivot damage occurred as well.[83]
EF1 NW of Bushton Rice, Ellsworth 0242 3 miles
(4.8 km)
Several power lines were knocked down.[84]
EF0 NE of Seward Stafford 0250 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Weak tornado caused no damage.[85]
EF0 E of Zeandale Riley 0334 unknown Tornado remained over open country and caused no damage.[86]
EF1 SW of Westfall Lincoln 0351 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Several barns, sheds, and power lines were damaged.[87]
EF0 S of Bennington Ottawa 0432 unknown Brief touchdown caused no damage.[88]
EF2 E of Minneapolis Ottawa 0439 11 miles
(17 km)
1 death - Major damage occurred near the Ottawa State Fishing Lake. 38 structures were destroyed or damaged; including homes, mobile homes, cabins, outbuildings, and small cottages. A mobile home that was anchored to the ground was completely destroyed by the tornado. 5 other people were injured.[89]
EF1 E of Delphos to N of Miltonvale Ottawa, Cloud 0501 10 miles
(16 km)
Tornado destroyed a barn, damaged trees and the roof of a home, tore the roof off of a mobile home, and damaged power lines. Further north along the path, trees and outbuildings were destroyed, and two homes received minor damage.[90]
EF1 S of Enosdale Washington 0550 1.5 miles
(2.4 km)
Tornado was embedded in larger microburst that produced widespread 80-100 mph (130-160 km/h) straight-line winds across the county. A few outbuildings were blown apart, and several tree tops were sheared off. One home received damage to its roof, siding, and windows, and was slightly shifted off of its foundation. A shed and a second house were also damaged.[91]
Iowa
EF0 S of Glenwood Mills 0009 4 miles
(6.4 km)
Tornado remained over open fields and caused no apparent damage.[92]
EF1 NE of Farragut to SE of Strahan Fremont, Mills 0050 11.8 miles
(19 km)
Numerous grain bins, sheds, and barns were destroyed. Tree damage also occurred.[93]
EF2 SE of Carson Montgomery, Pottawattamie 0140 11.5 miles
(18.5 km)
The roof was torn off of a house, barns were destroyed, trees and power poles were downed, and cars were tossed into a field.[94]
EF1 E of Oakland Pottawattamie 0200 3.6 miles
(6 km)
Barns and sheds were destroyed, and trees and power poles were knocked down.[95]
EF1 SW of Stanton Montgomery 0721 8 miles
(13 km)
Trees and outbuildings were damaged.[96]
EF2 S of Lyman Cass unknown unknown Tornado toppled two sets of metal electrical transmission poles as it touched down. The most severe damage occurred at a farm service and grain elevator business. At this location, empty semi trailers were flipped, and two tall grain bins were flattened. A large metal clad truck service building was flattened on the south end, and much of the roof was torn off of the north end. The west part of the roof of an office building was torn off and the wall collapsed. A house at the north end of the site had windows blown out and part of the roof damaged. Additional house and outbuilding damage occurred before the tornado dissipated.[97]
Oklahoma
EF0 E of Reydon Roger Mills 0040 0.8 mile
(1.3 km)
Tornado remained over open country and caused no damage.[98]
EF0 NE of Crawford Roger Mills 0103 0.3 mile
(500 m)
Brief tornado remained over open country and caused no damage.
EF3 Sweetwater Beckham, Roger Mills 0104 7.7 miles
(12 km)
Large multiple-vortex tornado caused major damage in the town of Sweetwater. The tornado initially caused minor damage to outbuildings, homes, and trees outside of town. The tornado reached EF3 strength as it entered Sweetwater and partially destroyed the town's school. A storage building on the property was destroyed, a bus garage was damaged, and trees, power lines, and fences were downed as well. A pickup truck parked in the school parking lot was thrown 100 yards, and a horse trailer that originated near the storage building was found a quarter-mile away in a field. An RV, along with several cars and buses at the school were also destroyed. A nearby house and an oil facility were damaged as well, with oil tanks found up to 500 yards away from the facility. A church, a post office, and several businesses in town were also damaged. Several animals were killed and one person was injured.[99]
EF0 N of Crawford Roger Mills, Ellis 0116 5 miles
(8 km)
Tornado remained over open country and caused no damage.[100]
EF1 S of Dempsey Roger Mills 0132 8.5 miles
(14 km)
Minor damage was reported to a church, and three outbuildings were destroyed. Trees, fences, and utility poles were downed as well.[101]
EF0 SSE of Arnett Ellis 0139 0.3 miles
(500 m)
Brief tornado remained over open country and caused no damage.[102]
EF0 E of Arnett Ellis 0156 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Tornado remained over open country and caused no damage.[103]
EF1 W of Roll Roger Mills 0205 7.5 miles
(12 km)
At the beginning of the path, a shed and a well house were destroyed. Further along the path, a mobile home sustained minor damage, a barn was destroyed, and trees and fences were downed. A vacant house was heavily damaged before the tornado dissipated.[104]
EF2 SW of Harmon Roger Mills, Ellis 0234 8.5 miles
(14 km)
Two houses and two mobile homes were destroyed, and another mobile home had its roof torn off. Several vehicles were damaged or destroyed, and trees and power lines were downed as well. One person was injured.[105]
EF2 E of Harmon to NE of Sharon Ellis, Dewey, Woodward 0350 17 miles
(28 km)
Much of the roof of a single story home was removed, an old rail car being used to store dry cement bags and animal feed was thrown about 140 feet south of the residence, trees and large limbs were snapped, and a pickup truck was moved about 80 feet. Several barns and outbuildings were damaged or destroyed, 56 power poles were snapped, a recreational vehicle was destroyed, and a semi trailer was overturned.[106]
Texas
EF0 NE of Lutie Collingsworth unknown unknown Tornado remained over open country and caused no damage.[107]
EF0 NE of Lutie Collingsworth unknown unknown Tornado remained over open country and caused no damage.[108]
EF1 S of Fuller Wheeler unknown unknown Damage was limited to trees.[109]
EF0 SW of Pampa Gray 0440 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Damage occurred at the National Oilwell Varco Plant.[110]
Sources:

Storm reports of May 5, 2007, NWS Topeka, NWS Des Moines, NWS Sioux Falls # 1, NWS Sioux Falls # 2 NWS Sioux Falls (Map), NWS Omaha, NWS Wichita, NWS Norman NWS North Platte, Nebraska, Iowa 2007 tornadoes, NCDC storm reports

May 6 event[edit]

List of reported tornadoes - Sunday, May 6, 2007
F#
Location
County
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Iowa
EF1 S of Bayard Guthrie 0937 1.2 miles
(2 km)
Brief touchdown blew a roof off of a building.[111]
EF0 NW of Thayer Union 0945 4.2 miles
(6.7 km)
Tornado embedded in a larger bow echo caused minor damage.[112]
Kansas
EF0 SE of Attica Harper 1520 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Rope tornado remained over open country and caused no damage.[113]
EF0 SSW of Medicine Lodge Barber 2127 3 miles
(4.8 km)
Rain-wrapped tornado remained over open country with no apparent damage.[114]
EF0 W of Gerlane Barber 2127 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Tornado remained over open fields with no damage.[115]
EF0 W of Medicine Lodge Barber 2140 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Rope tornado remained over open country and caused no damage.[116]
EF0 S of Langdon Reno 2230 4 miles
(6.4 km)
Tornado caused minor tree damage.[117]
EF0 W of Hutchinson Reno 2300 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Tornado caused no damage.[118]
Texas
EF0 E of Robert Lee Coke 2210 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Tornado remained over open country and caused no damage.[119]
EF0 W of Mertzon Irion 2342 unknown Rope tornado was visible from the NWS San Angelo office and caused no damage.[120]
Oklahoma
EF0 E of Seminole Seminole 0223 unknown A large tree fell onto a mobile home and a car, pushing the mobile home off of its foundation. The sheet metal roof of a garage was tossed against another mobile home, and the outer walls of the garage collapsed.[121]
EF0 E of Little Seminole 0238 unknown Brief touchdown damaged the roofs of two small metal barns. Nearby tree branches were snapped as well.[122]
EF0 NE Oklahoma City Oklahoma 0730 unknown Weak tornado embedded in straight-line winds moved through residential areas of Oklahoma City. Trees were uprooted and branches were snapped. A house sustained minor roof damage, fences were downed, a canopy was torn, and a large metal building sustained gutter damage.[123]
Nebraska
EF0 Steele City Jefferson 0030 1 mile
(1.6 km)
Tornado embedded in a larger microburst tracked directly through Steele City. The town hall lost a section of its roof, trees were uprooted, and other structures sustained minor roof and window damage.[124]
Sources:

Storm reports of May 6, 2007, NWS OmahaNWS Norman, Oklahoma, Iowa 2007 tornadoes, NCDC storm reports

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