List of tornadoes and tornado outbreaks in Asia

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These are some notable tornadoes, tornado outbreaks, and tornado outbreak sequences that have occurred in Asia, including the Arabian Peninsula.

Bangladesh[edit]

Event Date Area Tornadoes Casualties Notes Sources
Magura-Narail Districts, Bangladesh tornado 11 April 1964 Khulna Division, East Pakistan >500 fatalities A tornado destroyed several villages. Bodies were thrown into trees and cooking utensils were embedded into tree trunks. [1][2]
Bangladesh tornadoes of April 1969 14 April 1969 East Pakistan ≥2 923 fatalities Two or three tornadoes touched down. One tornado went through the suburbs of Dhaka, killing 660 people. A second tornado touched down in Comilla, killing 263 people. The bodies of victims were mutilated, and a boy was thrown 400 metres (1,300 ft) into a pond. [1][3]
Dhaka District, Bangladesh tornado 17 April 1973 Dhaka Division, Bangladesh ≥1 681 fatalities A tornado event struck Manikganj District of Dhaka. Two funnels reportedly merged then moved along a zig-zag path. Almost all houses in Balurchar village were completely leveled, as well as eight villages along the Kaliganga River. A boat was thrown 1,000 metres (3,300 ft) [1][3]
Madaripur-Shibchar, Bangladesh tornado 1 April 1977 Dhaka Division, Bangladesh 1 500 fatalities Villages were completely devastated, and many villagers were struck by corrugated iron sheets. 43 bodies were thrown into a river. [1]
Daulatpur–Saturia tornado 26 April 1989 Dhaka Division, Bangladesh 1 >1,300 fatalities, 12,000 injuries 1.5 miles wide, deadliest tornado in world history. Estimated as an F3-F4 tornado. [1]
Jamalpur-Tangail Districts, Bangladesh tornado 13 May 1996 Dhaka Division, Bangladesh 700 fatalities, 37,248 injuries 80 villages were flattened, with numerous wood and tin homes demolished. A boarding school collapsed and several large buildings, including a movie house, were destroyed. [1]
Savar and Gazipur Districts, Bangladesh tornadeso 19 September 2000 Dhaka Division, Bangladesh 2 2 fatalities, 5+ injuries A tornado moved through 5 villages, destroying 500 homes, many of which were built from bamboo and tin. Another tornado struck an industrial area, collapsing 3 factories. Many others sustained light injuries. [2]
Bangladesh tornado 17 July 2005 Gaibandha and Rangpur districts, Bangladesh 31 fatalities, 900 injuries Huts were blown away and 700 mud and straw houses flattened among other damages. [4]
Bangladesh tornado 27 July 2005 20 villages in Mymensingh and Netrokona districts, Bangladesh 1 66 fatalities, 2,000 injuries Entire villages were destroyed. Numerous people were hit by tin roofing or injured by other flying objects. [5]
Bangladesh tornado 17 August 2005 Almost 20 farming villages in Netrokona and Mymensingh Districts, Bangladesh 48 fatalities, 700+ injuries 36 people were killed in Netrokona, 12 others died in Mymensingh. Thousands of flimsy huts were blown away. Exact number of injuries unknown. [6]
Bangladesh tornadoes 11–15 October 2007 Jamalpur, Sunamganj, Barisal, Gopalganj and Bhola Districts, Bangladesh 5 7 fatalities Two outbreaks of severe storms occurred. On October 11, two tornadoes hit Sunamganj and Jamalpur District. On October 15, three waterspout tornadoes embedded in severe storms moved ashore. Over 500 houses were destroyed, over 3,000 people were left homeless. [7]
2013 Brahmanbaria tornado 22 March 2013 Dhaka, Bangladesh 20 fatalities, 300+ injuries More than 500 homes damaged, including a jail which partially collapses, killing a guard. Trees and power pylons were toppled. [8]

China[edit]

Event Date Area Tornadoes Casualties Notes Sources
Shanghai, China tornado outbreak 24 September 1956 Shanghai 3 68 fatalities, 842 injuries Three tornadoes hit Shanghai, one of which was estimated at 100 metres (330 ft) wide. Numerous residential buildings were demolished, a 60-ton crane was toppled, and a 10-ton empty oil tank was thrown 120 metres (390 ft), wounding 5 people who were hiding inside. Elsewhere, 37 people were killed and 150 injured at the Shanghai Polytechnic University, where buildings were collapsed, including a 4-story building which was "cut in half" by the tornado. [9][10]
Hubei, China tornado 22 April 1958 Hanchuan, Hubei Province, China 133 fatalities Tornado rated at least F3 on the Fujita scale. [11]
Shandong, China tornado 5 July 1958 Zaozhuang, Shandong Province, China 63 fatalities [11]
Hubei, China tornado 31 July 1964 Xiaogan, Hubei Province, China 82 fatalities [11]
Jiangsu, China tornado 3 March 1966 Yancheng, Jiangsu Province, China 74–87 fatalities Tornado moved northeast and was over 1 kilometer wide. 30 river vessels were left missing, and thousands of buildings were damaged. Tornado rated around F4 on the Fujita scale. [11][9]
Bazhou–Tianjin, China tornadoes 28–29 August 1969 Bazhou, Hebei Province, ChinaTianjin 2 146 fatalities, 1,616 injuries On 28 August, a tornado moved from the Hongqiao District to the Nankai District of Tianjin. Six boats were overturned and sank. On the following day, a tornado touched down near Chuhegang Village before moving into Tianjin, dissipating near the Finance and Economics School. The second tornado was much more intense - along the path, trees were uprooted, chimney stacks were toppled, and concrete factories were severely damaged or leveled. The auditorium of the Finance and Economics School was also destroyed. The two tornadoes killed 146 people, of which 52 died in Tianjin and 94 in Chuhegang Village. Second tornado rated at least F3 on the Fujita scale. [11][9][12]
Hubei, China tornado outbreak 16 April 1977 Hubei Province, China ≥3 118 fatalities, 1,100+ injuries Three tornadoes touched down in Hubei Province. Xiaogan, Huangpi, and Huanggang counties were affected. Concrete buildings were destroyed by the tornadoes and numerous trees were uprooted. In Huanggang County, the auditorium of Zongluzui High School was destroyed during a movie viewing, killing 86 people and injuring hundreds. The Huanggang County tornado alone killed 103 people, and was rated at least F3 on the Fujita scale. [11][10]
Shaanxi, China tornado 14 April 1978 Xianyang, Shaanxi Province, China 1 84 fatalities, 334 injuries A 15-minute, 300 metres (980 ft) wide tornado destroyed 90% of houses in Zhoucheng village. The tornado path was about 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) long. 945 houses were destroyed, and more than 6,000 trees were damaged. [11][13]
Hunan, China tornado 17 April 1979 Changde, Hunan Province, China 59 fatalities [11]
Hunan, China tornado 27 April 1983 Xiangyin County, Miluo City and Pingjiang County, Hunan Province, China 1 81 fatalities, 970 injuries A large tornado affected several counties. The tornado collapsed 2,600 homes, while more than 300,000 trees were "destroyed". Two school pupils died after being thrown over 300 metres (980 ft). Fish and shrimp were deposited in nearby mountains by the tornado. [11][10][9]
Shanghai, China tornadoes 11 July 1986 Shanghai - 25–31 fatalities, hundreds of injuries Several tornadoes, described as being similar in strength to the ones in 1956, affected Shanghai. The tornadoes destroyed 4,800 buildings, 11 schools and 14 factories. [9][14]
Heilongjiang, China tornado outbreak 31 July 1987 Heilongjiang Province, China 6+ 16 fatalities, 442 injuries A tornado outbreak affected Heilongjiang Province. Fourteen counties and cities were affected. Six F4 tornadoes occurred across Hailun. [9][15]
Guangdong Province, China tornado 19 April 1995 Guangdong Province, China 7 fatalities [16]
South China tornado 20 April 2003 Tiaofeng Town of Leizhou City, Guangdong Province, China 29 injuries Unclear how many houses destroyed since more houses are listed as destroyed than affected ("affected 423 homes and destroyed 793 houses"), and if that many houses were actually destroyed, the deaths and injuries may have been under-reported. [17]
Guangdong, China tornado 11 May 2005 Huilai County and Lufeng, Guangdong Province, China 6 fatalities, 100+ injuries 204 houses destroyed, 28,310 people affected, 31 million yuan in economic losses [18]
Jiangsu, China tornado 14 June 2005 Shuyang County, Jiangsu Province, China 7 fatalities, 223+ injuries "Several hundred were injured", 194,487 houses destroyed, 825,000 people affected, 1.2 billion yuan in economic losses [19]
Hunan, China tornado 27 July 2005 Hengyang and Hengnan counties, Hunan Province, China 7 fatalities, 207 injuries 2,430 houses destroyed, 700 families homeless, some injuries caused by chemical leaks associated with the storm [20]
Anhui, China tornado 30 July 2005 Anhui Province, China 15 fatalities, 46 injuries 42.1 million yuan in economic losses [21]
Nanyang, Henan, China tornado 3 August 2005 20 townships, Nanyang city, Henan Province, China 2 fatalities, 35 injuries 15,000 trees uprooted, 136 million yuan in economic losses [22]
Guangdong, China tornado 11–15 August 2005 Qishi Township and 384 villages in Zhanjiang, Guangdong Province, China 3 fatalities, 195 injuries 20 people missing- unknown if found from news accounts [23][24]
Shanghai, China tornado 13 August 2005 Dongjie Village of Huangdu Town, Jiading, Qingpu and Baoshan districts, Shanghai, China 9 injuries Caused power outage for 3,760 families and 124 businesses. Tornado also knocked down five high-voltage power lines, causing more widespread power outages. [25]
Guangdong, China tornado 8 September 2005 17 villages in Lianjiang City, Guangdong Province, China None No casualties, injuries unknown, 10,000 people affected, 480 houses destroyed, 12.8 million yuan in economic losses. [26]
Hainan, China tornado 27 September 2005 Lingao County, Hainan Province, China 6 fatalities, 15 injuries 6 houses destroyed, 70 others damaged [27]
Jiangsu, China tornado 29 November 2005 Suzhou, Jiangsu Province, China 6 fatalities, 52 injuries [28]
Anhui, China tornado 6 December 2005 Wuwei County, Anhui Province, China 16 fatalities, 162 injuries 715 houses destroyed, 24 million yuan in economic losses [29]
Guangdong, China tornado 1 March 2006 Leizhou City, Guangdong Province, China 9 injuries 510 houses destroyed. [30]
Shanghai, China tornado 13 March 2006 Pudong New Area, Shanghai, China 34 injuries [31]
Shenzhen, China tornado 27 March 2006 Longgang and Pingshan districts, Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, China 5 fatalities, 12 injuries [32]
Anhui, China tornado 29 June 2006 Sixian County, Anhui Province China 3 fatalities, 46 injuries Deaths from the collapse of a school roof on students. [33][34]
Southeast China tornado 3 July 2007 Gaoyou City, Jiangsu Province and Tianchang City, Anhui Province, China 14 fatalities, 151 injuries [35][36]
Zhejiang, China tornado 18 August 2007 Wenzhou, Zhejiang Province, China 11 fatalities, 62 injuries 156 houses destroyed. [37][38]
Heilongjiang, China tornado 25 May 2008 Wuchang City, Heilongjiang Province, China 1 fatality, 36 injuries F2 tornado and hailstorm hit 7 towns. 433 houses damaged. [39]
Guangdong, China tornado 6 June 2008 Wuchuan, Guangdong, China 20 injuries [40]
Anhui, China tornado 20 June 2008 Lingbi County, Anhui Province, China 1 fatality, 49 injuries 650 houses destroyed and 960 damaged, 950 people relocated. [41][42]
East China Sea tornado 5 July 2008 East China Sea, China 3 fatalities Fishing boat capsized, 4 people still missing [43][44]
Jiangsu, China tornado 30 July 2008 Linze Town, Jiangsu Province, China 4 fatalities, 90+ injuries Associated with Tropical Storm Fung-wong, 751,600 people were evacuated in advance [45]
Chongqing, China tornado 6 May 2010 Dianjiang and Liangping counties, Chongqing Municipality, China 39 fatalities, 200 injuries [46][47]
Heilongjiang, China tornado 15 May 2010 Suihua City, Heilongjiang Province, China 7 fatalities, 98 injuries [48]
Jiangxi, China tornado 20 July 2010 Yongxiu County, Jiangxi Province, China Unknown Unknown mortality and damages from news article found. [49]
Guangdong, China tornado 2 May 2011 Dabu Town of Ruyuan Yao Nationality Autonomous County, Guangdong Province China None 1 house destroyed, 53 damaged, injuries unknown. [50]
Hunan, China tornado 9 May 2012 Lianyuan, Hunan Province, China 4 fatalities, 30 injuries 5,000 people in the area forced to relocate, up to 1,000 collapsed houses. [51]
Jiangxi, China tornado 17–22 July 2012 Yunsyu County, Jiangxi Province and Anhui Province, China 1 fatality, numerous injuries Total loss of life and property unclear from the news report. Number of wounded unclear from article. 580,000 people affected by severe weather. [52]
Guangxi, China tornado 17 April 2013 Qixing District, Guilin and Rong'an County, Liuzhou, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China 8 injuries [53]
Hunan, China tornado 20 March 2013 Dao County, Hunan Province, China 3 fatalities, 52 injuries [54][55]
Guangdong, China tornado 21 March 2013 Fujian Province and Dongguan, Guangdong Province, China 24 fatalities, 148 injuries Capsized a river ferry, killing 11; 215,000 people in the area forced to relocate because of severe weather. [56]
Jiangsu & Anhui, China tornado 7 July 2013 Yuhu Village, Gaoyou City and Yizheng City, Jiangsu Province, and Tianchang City, Anhui Province, China 49 injuries 500 houses damaged, some rows of houses completely leveled to foundations. [57][58]
Foshan City, China tornado 4 October 2015 Shunde District, Foshan City, Guangdong Province, China 3 fatalities, 80 injuries Associated with Typhoon Mujigae. [59][60]
Jiangxi, China tornado 16 April 2016 Yichin City and Shangu Town, Jing'an County and Gao'an County, Jiangxi Province, China None 258 houses damaged, 27 million yuan in damages. [61]
Jiangsu tornado 23 June 2016 Yancheng, Jiangsu Province, China ≥2 99 fatalities, 846 injuries An EF4 tornado accompanied by a hailstorm killed at least 98 people and injured 846 others. The same supercell later produced a second tornado that killed one person [62]
Yucheng County tornado 31 March 2019 Yucheng County, China 1 2 fatalities, 20 injuries Tornado swept through scenic area, lifting a bouncy house which killed two children. Rated EF0 [63]
Wuhan tornado outbreak 14-15 May 2021 Wuhan, China ≥13 15 fatalities, 400 injuries At least 12 people were killed and hundreds were injured in a major tornado outbreak across the Wuhan and Jiangsu provinces of China. At least one EF3 tornado was confirmed. [64][65]

India[edit]

Event Date Area Tornadoes Casualties Notes Sources
Calcutta, India tornado 8 April 1838 Calcutta, India 1 215 fatalities [66]
Assam, India tornado 19 April 1963 Assam, India 139 fatalities [67]
New Delhi, India tornado of March 1978 17 March 1978 National Capital Region, India 28 fatalities, 700 injuries [68]
Odisha, India tornado 10 April 1978 Odisha, India 150 fatalities [67][68]
West Bengal, India tornado 9 April 1993 West Bengal, India 145 fatalities [67]
West Bengal–Odisha, India tornado 24 March 1998 West Bengal and Odisha, India 160 fatalities, 2,000 injuries [67]
South India tornado 31 March 2009 Odisha, India 20 fatalities, 150 injuries 300 homes, 11 villages destroyed. [69]
Jharkhand, India tornado 26 August 2013 Ranchi, Jharkhand, India None A tornado reported at the outskirts of the city Ranchi. It caused severe damage to the Ranchi Airport. [70]
West Bengal tornado outbreak 25 May 2021 Hooghly  – North 24 Parganas, West Bengal 1 2 fatalities, 5 injuries Rare tornado in West Bengal, damaged 80 houses. Two people died after being electrocuted. The incident happened before the landfall of Cyclone Yaas. [71][72]

Indonesia[edit]

Event Date Area Tornadoes Casualties Notes Sources
2019 Indoneseia Tornado Outbreak 11 - 12 January 2019 Indonesia 3 3 Injuries On January 11, three tornadoes formed in West Java, Indonesia. The first tornado struck Karawang with unknown intensity, damaging 21 to 25 homes in East Kopo Village and another 10 homes in Tegaljaya Village. One person was injured during this tornado. The second and third tornadoes struck Rancaekek, Bandung and damaged more than 640 houses, injuring two people. On January 12, a tornado struck Sukabumi damaging 89 homes.[73][74][75][76]
Tulang Bawand Regency 20 May 2020 Tulang Bawang Regency, Indonesia 1 2 Killed, 6 Injuries A destructive QLCS tornado occurred in Tulang Bawang regency, killing two people and leaving six others injured. Several houses were destroyed or collapsed and many trees were downed. A total of 66 homes were badly damaged or destroyed and 179 others sustained minor damage. The tornado itself was spawned along the leading edge of a squall line of severe thunderstorms that was moving through the area. [77]
Slangit Village tornado 2 January 2021 Slangit Village, Cirebon Regency, Indonesia >1 0 fatalities A tornado touched down in Slangit Village within the Cirebon Regency, flattening three small houses, and destroying or heavily damaging eight others. The tornado also downed several trees, some of which landed on houses and caused minor damage. [78]
Cimenyan Tornado 28 March 2021 Cimenyan, Bandung Regency, Indonesia 1 8 injuries A strong multi-vortex tornado hit Cimenyan in the Bandung Regency, causing significant damage to several homes, businesses, and many trees, injuring eight people[79][80]
Kalianget District Tornado 3 April 2021 Pinggir Papas, Sumenep Regency, Indonesia 1 3 injuries A narrow tornado touched down in Sumenep Regency, causing damage in and around the village of Pinggir Papas in the Kalianget District. Three people were injured by the tornado, which damaged 18 houses[81]

Japan[edit]

Event Date Area Tornadoes Casualties Notes Sources
Miyazaki, Japan tornado 26 September 1881 Miyazaki, Miyazaki Prefecture, Japan ≥1 16 fatalities Deadliest Japanese tornado; destroyed Miyazaki Elementary School [82]
Yodobashi Town, Japan tornado 23 September 1903 Yodobashi Town, Tokyo Prefecture, Japan ≥1 10 fatalities, 14 injuries Struck an elementary school in Toyotoma County [82]
Toyohashi City, Japan tornado 28 November 1941 Toyohashi City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan ≥1 12 fatalities, 177 injuries 347 houses completely destroyed or heavily damaged [82]
Tomiye City, Japan tornado 10 November 1957 Tomiye City, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan ≥1 6 fatalities, 8 injuries [82]
Azuma village, Japan tornado 2 July 1962 Aruma village, Chiba Prefecture, Japan ≥1 2 fatalities [82]
Hamamatsu, Japan tornado 26 August 1962 Hamamatsu, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan ≥1 None 168 houses severely damaged [82]
Tokyo, Japan tornado 24 May 1964 Southwestern Tokyo, Japan None 480 houses damaged [83]
Ooami-Shirasato town, Japan tornado 28 October 1967 Ooami-Shirasato town, Chiba Prefecture, Japan - 2 fatalities, 2 injuries [82]
Sashima town, Japan tornado 23 August 1969 Sashima town, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan ≥1 2 fatalities, 107 injuries [82]
Japan tornado 28 February 1978 Japan ≥1 None Longest path length Japanese tornado at 41.2 km (25.6 mi) [82]
Hachirohgata village, Japan tornado 11 January 1987 Hachirohgata village, Akita Prefecture, Japan ≥1 None Longest duration Japanese tornado at 41 minutes [82]
Mobara, Japan tornado 11 December 1990 Mobara, Chiba Prefecture, Japan 78 injuries Violent tornado damaged 1000 homes, 82 completely destroyed [84]
Toyohashi City, Japan tornadoes 24 September 1999 Toyohashi City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan 4 262 injuries F3 tornado [85]
Nobeoka, Miyazaki, Japan tornado 18 September 2006 Nobeoka, Miyazaki Prefecture (Kyūshū), Japan 3 fatalities, 100 injuries 2nd deadliest tornado in recent Japanese history [86]
2006 Saroma tornado 7 November 2006 Saroma, Hokkaidō, Japan 9 fatalities, 26 injuries F3 tornado. Deadliest tornado in recent Japanese history [87]
Tsukuba, Ibaraki Prefecture tornado 6 May 2012 Tsukuba, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan 1 1 fatality, 52 injuries Japan's worst tornado since November 2006; 890 houses were damaged. Rated F3. [88]
Sanba (Karen) 18 September 2012 Japan Several None [89]
Saitama Prefecture, Japan tornado 2 September 2013 Saitama Prefecture, Japan 1 63 injuries F2 tornado [90][91][92]
Tropical Storm Toraji 4 September 2013 Japan 3 None Strongest reported tornado at F1 intensity. [91][93]
Typhoon Man-yi 15–16 September 2013 Japan 10 10 injuries Ten F0 and F1 tornadoes touched down, damaging over 900 homes. [93][94]

Malaysia[edit]

Event Date Area Tornadoes Casualties Notes Sources
2014 Peninsula Malaysia tornado outbreak 14 October – 12 November Malaysia 5 None Strongest reported tornado was at EF3 intensity. [95][96]
Bukit Kayu Hitam Tornado January 26 Bukit Kayu Hitam, Kedah, Malaysia 1 None A tornado passed through Bukit Kayu Hitam and caused minor damage.[97]

Myanmar[edit]

Event Date Area Tornadoes Casualties Notes Sources
Myanmar / Burma tornado 15 May 1990 Myanmar / Burma 1 fatality, 28 injuries Passenger train derailed [98]

Nepal[edit]

Event Date Area Tornadoes Casualties Notes Sources
2019 Nepal tornado 30 April 2019 Bara District, Nepal 1 28 fatalities, 1,176 injuries Rare EF4 tornado damaged at least 400 houses; possibly the first time Nepal was hit by a tornado. Thousands of buildings were destroyed or damaged, dozens of vehicles including buses were blown over. [99]

Pakistan[edit]

Event Date Area Tornadoes Casualties Notes Sources
Bhalwal, Pakistan tornado 28 March 2001 Bhalwal, Pakistan 3 fatalities, 100 injuries [100]

Philippines[edit]

Event Date Area Tornadoes Casualties Notes Sources
Macabebe — Masantol, Philippines tornado 13 June 1968 Macabebe & Masantol, Pampanga, Philippines 1 12 fatalities, 30 injuries Tornado formed shortly before midnight and moved through villages south of Clark Air Base. 8 people died at Macabebe and 4 died at Masantol. [101]
Malita tornado 3 June 1989 Malita, Davao del Sur, Philippines 1 11 fatalities, 4+ injuries Tornado uprooted trees and crops along its path. 150 homes and 2 bridges were destroyed. The tornado was accompanied by flash flooding. [102][103]
Dipolog tornado 14 June 1990 Dipolog, Zamboanga del Norte, Philippines 1 30 fatalities, 50 injuries A tornado moved ashore in Dipolog, leveling 59 homes constructed from coconut leaves. People and animals were carried to the sea. [104][105]
Southern Philippines tornado 2 July 1994 near Cagayan de Oro, Misamis Oriental, Southern Philippines 1 2 fatalities Four riverside villages were "devastated". 11 people were left missing. [106]
San Fernando, Philippines tornado 16 October 1994 San Fernando, Pampanga, Philippines 1 3 fatalities A tornado struck an evacuation center filled with people displaced by mudflows from Mount Pinatubo. [106]
Datu Piang tornado 29 November 1994 Datu Piang, Maguindanao, Philippines 1 14 fatalities Eight farming villages were impacted by a tornado and downpours. 160 houses and a school were destroyed. [107]
Los Bańos, Laguna tornado 14 August 2008 Los Bańos, Laguna, Philippines 1 20 injuries Several homes were damaged and lost roofs in a tornado, which lasted for around 5 minutes. Trees were uprooted. [108]
UP Diliman, Quezon City tornado 4 June 2009 Quezon City, Philippines 1 None A tornado demolished 12 shanties at the University of the Philippines Diliman campus. [109]
Sariaya, Quezon tornado 14 June 2009 Sariaya, Quezon Province, Philippines 1 1 injury Two villages were affected by a tornado. 7 houses and a school were damaged. [109]
Nangka (Feria) 23 June 2009 Quezon Province & Eastern Samar, Philippines 2 4 fatalities, 2 injuries Near Perez, a tornado capsized a fishing boat, killing 4 of the men aboard and injuring 2 others. Another tornado destroyed 20 homes in Can-avid. Associated with Tropical Storm Nangka. [109][110]
Oton, Iloilo tornado 10 August 2009 Oton, Iloilo, Philippines 1 20 injuries 26 houses were damaged. 20 pupils were injured at an elementary school. [109]
Quezon City tornado 24 June 2011 Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines 1 None A tornado moved through seven villages. Homes had their roofs peeled off, while trees and electric posts were toppled. 30 houses damaged, injuries unknown. [111][112]
Bebinca (Fabian) 20 June 2013 Mimaropa, Philippines. 2 None One tornado damaged the Palawan State University, while the other damaged 2 houses. [113]
Rumbia (Gorio) 29 June 2013 Quezon, Philippines 1 None 41 houses were damaged and a motor boat was completely destroyed. [114]
Pikit, North Cotabato tornado 15 August 2015 Pikit, North Cotabato, Philippines 1 7 injuries 7 persons injured, 152 houses destroyed. A mosque and a school building were also destroyed. [115]
Manila tornado 14 August 2016 Manila, Philippines 1 2 injuries Rare tornado damaged at least 200 houses; only the second time Manila has been hit by a tornado. Rated EF1. Approximately 2 are injured. [116][117]
Northern Samar tornado 5 August 2019 Lavezares, Northern Samar, Philippines 1 Unknown 11 houses destroyed, injuries unknown [118]
Cavite Tornado 19 May 2022 General Trias, Cavite, Philippines 1 Unknown A tornado damaged 101 houses, leaving 357 individuals homeless.

Sri Lanka[edit]

Event Date Area Tornadoes Casualties Notes Sources
Sri Lanka tornado 12 March 2006 Medirigiriya, Polonnaruwa District, Sri Lanka None almost 500 homes destroyed, 10,000 people affected [119]

Vietnam[edit]

Event Date Area Tornadoes Casualties Notes Sources
Central Vietnam tornado 23 September 1997 Central Vietnam 4 fatalities [120]
Tiền Giang, Vietnam tornadoes 23 August 2000 Tiền Giang Province, Vietnam 2 1 fatality, 77 injuries [120]
Trieu Son district, Vietnam tornado 13 June 2007 Thanh Hóa Province, Vietnam 2 fatalities Nearly 500 houses damaged [121]
March outbreak 3 March - 4 March 2020 Vietnam - 5 fatalities An outbreak of severe thunderstorms and tornadoes struck seven provinces in Vietnam with at least one fatality being reported as tornado-related. The outbreak as a whole left five people dead, over 350 homes destroyed, and 6,800 others damaged. .[122]
Vĩnh Phúc Province tornado 10 June 2020 Vĩnh Phúc Province 1 3 fatalities, 18 injuries A large tornado caused a wood processing warehouse in Vĩnh Phúc Province of Vietnam to collapse, killing three people and injuring eighteen. .[123]

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