List of United States tornadoes from January to March 2014

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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 from January to March 2014.

United States yearly total[edit]

Official totals through December 31

Confirmed tornadoes by Enhanced Fujita rating
EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 509 321 71 20 7 0 928

January[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Enhanced Fujita rating
EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 4 0 0 0 0 0 4

January 11 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Saturday, January 11, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF0 NE of Waleska Cherokee GA 34°19′58″N 84°31′43″W / 34.3328°N 84.5286°W / 34.3328; -84.5286 (Waleska (Jan. 11, EF0)) 1237 – 1241 2.9 mi (4.7 km) 10 yd (9.1 m) $3,000 Several trees were downed and a fence was damaged as the tornado skipped along northeast of Waleska. [1][2][3]
EF0 NW of Smithfield Isle of Wight VA 37°01′30″N 76°38′16″W / 37.0250°N 76.6377°W / 37.0250; -76.6377 (Smithfield (Jan. 11, EF0)) 2032 – 2034 1.36 mi (2.19 km) 100 yd (91 m) $20,000 Many trees and several power lines were downed, with some trees falling on homes and vehicles. The tornado dissipated over the James River. [1][4][5]
EF0 SE of Isle of Wight Isle of Wight VA 36°52′37″N 76°40′20″W / 36.8769°N 76.6721°W / 36.8769; -76.6721 (Smithfield (Jan. 11, EF0)) 2032 – 2035 1.95 mi (3.14 km) 50 yd (46 m) $20,000 Numerous trees were downed, some of which fell onto homes, causing roof damage. [1][6][7]
EF0 Fox Hill Hampton VA 37°05′N 76°18′W / 37.08°N 76.30°W / 37.08; -76.30 (Fox Hill (Jan. 11, EF0)) 2050 – 2053 1.25 mi (2.01 km) 75 yd (69 m) $100,000 A church and numerous homes sustained roof damage, the roof was entirely blown off of a school maintenance compound, and the poorly-constructed Fox Hill Athletic Association building was destroyed. Over 50 trees were downed and a vehicle had its windows blown out as well. [1][8][9]

February[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Enhanced Fujita rating
EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 21 19 4 0 0 0 44

February 20 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Thursday, February 20, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF2 Martinsburg to NNE of Detroit Pike IL 39°31′05″N 90°50′28″W / 39.518°N 90.841°W / 39.518; -90.841 (Martinsburg (Feb. 20, EF2)) 2025–2035 12.09 mi (19.46 km) 80 yd (73 m) $0 A tornado touched down on the north side of Martinsburg, causing minor roof, window, and fascia damage. It moved east-northeast, downing many trees, including numerous large pine trees. Next, the tornado caused minor fascia damage to a home, destroyed three machine sheds and two grain bins, damaged several head stones in a cemetery, and moved the east side of a farmhouse about 5 inches (13 cm) off of its foundation as well as removing part of its roof. The upper half of a large barn was removed, two canvas hoop sheds were destroyed, and the south end of a hog building was pushed to the northeast, with part of the roof being thrown over a 12-mile (0.80 km). One person was injured. [10]
EF0 NW of Chapin Morgan IL 39°47′07″N 90°25′17″W / 39.7853°N 90.4215°W / 39.7853; -90.4215 (Chapin (Feb. 20, EF0) 2048–2049 0.27 mi (0.43 km) 25 yd (23 m) $0 A tornado briefly touched down in an open field, causing no damage. [11]
EF0 NW of Concord to E of Arenzville Morgan, Cass IL 39°49′09″N 90°25′04″W / 39.8193°N 90.4178°W / 39.8193; -90.4178 (Concord (Feb. 20, EF0)) 2052–2100 8.17 mi (13.15 km) 50 yd (46 m) $0 No damage was reported. [12][13]
EF0 E of Divernon Sangamon IL 39°34′02″N 89°37′32″W / 39.5671°N 89.6256°W / 39.5671; -89.6256 (Divernon (Feb. 20, EF0)) 2143–2144 0.22 mi (350 m) 75 yd (69 m) $30,000 A brief tornado tore the roof off of a barn. [14]
EF1 S of Mechanicsburg to WNW of Illiopolis Sangamon IL 39°45′53″N 89°23′28″W / 39.7648°N 89.391°W / 39.7648; -89.391 (Mechanicsburg (Feb. 20, EF1)) 2157–2206 8.25 mi (13.28 km) 300 yd (270 m) $990,000 Several outbuildings were damaged, several homes sustained roof damage, a trailer was flipped, and numerous trees and power poles were downed. [15]
EF1 NE of Highland to ESE of Ohlman Madison, Bond IL 38°45′27″N 89°36′54″W / 38.7575°N 89.6151°W / 38.7575; -89.6151 (Highland (Feb. 20, EF1)) 2157–2212 12.31 mi (19.81 km) 50 yd (46 m) $0 Window, roof, and tree damage was observed to a home, and a nearby metal storage shed and farm outbuilding were completely destroyed. Another farmstead was struck as the tornado tracked northeast, where a pole barn was completely destroyed and extensive damage to a home was inflicted after a large tree fell on it. Intermittent damage to outbuildings and trees, in addition to minor damage to a home, occurred before the tornado lifted. [16][17]
EF2 S of Pana to WSW of Westervelt Montgomery, Shelby, Christian IL 39°15′31″N 89°14′02″W / 39.2586°N 89.234°W / 39.2586; -89.234 (Pana (Feb. 20, EF2)) 2219–2233 22.38 mi (36.02 km) 200 yd (180 m) $600,000 A garage lost a large section of its shingles, and the entire structure was twisted slightly off its foundation. A barn had a large section of its roof ripped off, with metal panels thrown about 0.5 mi (0.80 km). A double trussed metal transmission tower was downed, and a garage and several outbuildings were damaged. A home sustained significant damage to its roof; the occupant was injured. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted. [18][19]
[20][21]
EF1 N of Brownstown Fayette IL 39°00′57″N 88°59′53″W / 39.0158°N 88.998°W / 39.0158; -88.998 (Brownstown (Feb. 20, EF1)) 2236–2242 4.8 mi (7.7 km) 50 yd (46 m) $0 Several large trees were snapped or downed. Numerous machine sheds sustained damage, some extensively. Three power poles were snapped. [22]
EF1 S of Deering Pemiscot MO 36°11′22″N 89°52′52″W / 36.1895°N 89.8812°W / 36.1895; -89.8812 (Deering (Feb. 20, EF1)) 2239–2240 0.24 mi (390 m) 70 yd (64 m) $75,000 A brief tornado damaged several houses, a carport, and a shed. Most of the damage to the houses was to roofing. A single-wide trailer was overturned onto a tree and a truck, and numerous other trees were downed as well. Five people were injured. [23]
EF1 WSW of Carbondale Jackson IL 37°41′55″N 89°22′17″W / 37.6987°N 89.3713°W / 37.6987; -89.3713 (Carbondale (Feb. 20, EF1)) 2240–2241 0.39 mi (630 m) 50 yd (46 m) $10,000 Several trees were downed and a home sustained siding and soffit damage. [24]
EF0 W of Findlay Shelby IL 39°31′03″N 88°48′39″W / 39.5176°N 88.8109°W / 39.5176; -88.8109 (Findlay (Feb. 20, EF0)) 2240–2241 0.28 mi (450 m) 50 yd (46 m) $0 A brief tornado in an open field caused no damage. [25]
EF1 W of Hayti Pemiscot MO 36°14′06″N 89°48′10″W / 36.2349°N 89.8029°W / 36.2349; -89.8029 (Hayti (Feb. 20, EF1)) 2241–2242 0.04 mi (0.064 km) 25 yd (23 m) $10,000 A brief tornado damaged the roof of a building. [26]
EF1 NE of Moccasin to SE of Holland Effingham IL 39°10′42″N 88°43′24″W / 39.1784°N 88.7233°W / 39.1784; -88.7233 (Shumway (Feb. 20, EF1)) 2254–2256 1.54 mi (2.48 km) 100 yd (91 m) $80,000 A tornado remained mostly over open fields but did snap several power poles as it crossed Illinois Route 33. [27]
EF0 W of Chrisman Edgar IL 39°46′56″N 87°44′27″W / 39.7821°N 87.7409°W / 39.7821; -87.7409 (Chrisman (Feb. 20, EF0)) 2343–2346 3 mi (4.8 km) 75 yd (69 m) $0 A rain-wrapped tornado caused no damage. [28]
EF0 E of Crawfordsville Montgomery IN 40°00′16″N 86°52′00″W / 40.0044°N 86.8666°W / 40.0044; -86.8666 (Crawfordsville (Feb. 20, EF0)) 0040–0048 7.48 mi (12.04 km) 40 yd (37 m) $75,000 Numerous outbuildings were damaged. Shingles were ripped off homes, a part of a Pilot truck stop canopy was damaged, and tree tops were sheared off. [29]
EF0 W of Wheatcroft to N of Clay Webster KY 37°28′48″N 87°53′51″W / 37.48°N 87.8974°W / 37.48; -87.8974 (Wheatcroft (Feb. 20, EF0)) 0042–0050 6.22 mi (10.01 km) 125 yd (114 m) $30,000 Several small trees were snapped or downed, and a barn sustained minor roof damage. [30]
EF0 ENE of Flowers Walthall MS 31°04′25″N 90°00′07″W / 31.0737°N 90.0019°W / 31.0737; -90.0019 (Flowers (Feb. 20, EF0)) 0111-0112 0.45 mi (0.72 km) 40 yd (37 m) $5,000 A weak tornado touched down uprooting several large pine trees and snapping large branches. A house roof was damaged by a falling tree. [31]
EF0 Claxton Caldwell KY 37°06′N 87°45′W / 37.1°N 87.75°W / 37.1; -87.75 (Claxton (Feb. 20, EF0)) 0112–0114 1.59 mi (2.56 km) 125 yd (114 m) $8,000 Several small trees and tree limbs were downed to the east-northeast of Princeton. [32]
EF0 E of Columbia Marion MS 31°15′11″N 89°46′12″W / 31.253°N 89.77°W / 31.253; -89.77 (Columbia (Feb. 20, EF0)) 0148–0149 0.52 mi (840 m) 50 yd (46 m) $15,000 Several trees were downed. [33]
EF0 ENE of Arlington Rush IN 39°39′22″N 85°34′04″W / 39.656°N 85.5679°W / 39.656; -85.5679 (Arlington (Feb. 20, EF0)) 0232 0.04 mi (0.064 km) 25 yd (23 m) $12,000 A homestead exhibited signs of damage that appeared to be from a tornado; several trees were downed, with one blown through the back of a tin shed, and the roof was removed from an outbuilding. [34]
EF1 NNE of Mamou Evangeline LA 30°41′29″N 92°23′25″W / 30.6913°N 92.3903°W / 30.6913; -92.3903 (Mamou (Feb. 20, EF1)) 0233–0235 2.65 mi (4.26 km) 75 yd (69 m) $50,000 Several barns and garages were destroyed, and several homes were damaged, consisting mainly of shingles and siding being removed. One home had a tree fall on it, temporarily trapping the residents inside; however, they were rescued without injury. At least seven power poles were downed as well. [35]
EF1 ENE of Courtland to W of Athens Lawrence, Limestone AL 34°41′20″N 87°15′32″W / 34.6889°N 87.2589°W / 34.6889; -87.2589 (Courtland (Feb. 20, EF1)) 0245–0300 10.72 mi (17.25 km) 450 yd (410 m) Unknown A tornado touched down at a marina on the northern side of the Tennessee River. The marina and several nearby condos and homes sustained minor structural damage. A utility building was destroyed, a manufactured home was damaged, and Clements High School's athletic fields sustained minor damage. As the tornado continued, it caused mostly minor roof damage to numerous houses, either directly from the wind or from falling trees. It then crossed the Elk River and dissipated on the northern side of the river. Many trees and power poles were downed along the path, and a car was crushed. A large EF3 impacted this same area later in April. [36][37]
EF1 S of Rogersville Lauderdale AL 34°47′09″N 87°18′54″W / 34.7858°N 87.315°W / 34.7858; -87.315 (Rogersville (Feb. 20, EF1)) 0251–0253 1.82 mi (2.93 km) 400 yd (370 m) Unknown Many trees were snapped or uprooted and at least two utility poles were snapped. Several homes sustained minor roof damage. [38]
EF1 SE of Anderson Lauderdale AL 34°53′42″N 87°16′42″W / 34.895°N 87.2783°W / 34.895; -87.2783 (Anderson (Feb. 20, EF0)) 0255–0258 2.67 mi (4.30 km) 500 yd (460 m) Unknown Several well-built homes sustained minor to moderate roof damage, with one roof having significant uplift. A child suffered minor injuries inside one of the homes. Many trees and a power pole were downed as well. [39]
EF1 SW of Elkmont Limestone AL 34°52′47″N 87°04′15″W / 34.8798°N 87.0707°W / 34.8798; -87.0707 (Elkmont (Feb. 20, EF1)) 0305–0307 2.73 mi (4.39 km) 500 yd (460 m) Unknown A tornado to the northwest of Athens caused roof damage to a house and downed numerous trees and power poles. [40]
EF1 N of Osgood Ripley IN 39°10′45″N 85°17′07″W / 39.1792°N 85.2854°W / 39.1792; -85.2854 (Osgood (Feb. 20, EF1)) 0314–0315 0.81 mi (1.30 km) 50 yd (46 m) $100,000 A mobile home was moved 15 feet (4.6 m) off of its foundation, with it knocking down two 2-foot (0.61 m) high brick walls. Windows were blown out of the mobile home and it sustained major roof damage. Insulation was strewn around as well. Elsewhere, two pole barns were damaged, with the southeast corner of one being collapsed and siding being removed from all four sides. The second barn lost a lot of siding and part of its roof. [41]
EF1 WSW of Moselle Jones MS 31°27′18″N 89°21′58″W / 31.455°N 89.366°W / 31.455; -89.366 (Moselle (Feb. 20, EF1)) 0328–0335 4.62 mi (7.44 km) 100 yd (91 m) $400,000 The roofs of five chicken houses and a large metal shed sustained significant damage. A house sustained minor damage, and the porch of a mobile home was destroyed. Many trees were downed along the path. [42]
EF0 W of Ellisville Jones MS 31°36′25″N 89°15′18″W / 31.607°N 89.255°W / 31.607; -89.255 (Ellisville (Feb. 20, EF0)) 0350–0351 0.6 mi (0.97 km) 50 yd (46 m) $10,000 A brief and weak tornado downed several trees. [43]
EF1 Marble Hill Moore TN 35°11′37″N 86°19′59″W / 35.1935°N 86.3331°W / 35.1935; -86.3331 (Marble Hill (Feb. 20, EF1)) 0353–0355 1.64 mi (2.64 km) 400 yd (370 m) Unknown Several barns and farms were damaged. A well-built home sustained very minor siding damage, and large trees were snapped or uprooted. [44]
EF0 SE of Phillipsburg Montgomery OH 39°53′20″N 84°24′28″W / 39.889°N 84.4078°W / 39.889; -84.4078 (Phillipsburg (Feb. 20, EF0)) 0353–0355 2.03 mi (3.27 km) 80 yd (73 m) $150,000 A garage's door was blown in, leading to the removal of the roof and two walls. The roof was flipped and dropped in the yard. The tornado moved northeast, removing part of the roof from a home and throwing pieces of it into another home, breaking two windows. Lawn furniture was blown small distances as well. A large portion of a barn's roof was removed, and a second barn lost part of its roof and wood siding. Many trees were downed along the path. [45]
EF1 W of Winchester Franklin TN 35°10′34″N 86°12′17″W / 35.176°N 86.2048°W / 35.176; -86.2048 (Winchester (Feb. 20, EF1)) 0408–0409 1.05 mi (1.69 km) 100 yd (91 m) Unknown Several trees were snapped or uprooted, an outbuilding was destroyed, and a home sustained roof damage. A separate farm building was destroyed, with its debris inflicting major damage to a nearby home. [46]
EF1 E of Estill Springs Franklin TN 35°17′13″N 85°59′31″W / 35.287°N 85.992°W / 35.287; -85.992 (Tims Ford (Feb. 20, EF1)) 0423–0425 1.98 mi (3.19 km) 400 yd (370 m) Unknown Numerous trees were snapped or twisted. A large outbuilding was destroyed, and a home sustained minor roof damage. [47]
EF1 NW of Pelham Coffee TN 35°19′49″N 85°55′57″W / 35.3303°N 85.9324°W / 35.3303; -85.9324 (Pelham (Feb. 20, EF1)) 0429–0431 1.21 mi (1.95 km) 250 yd (230 m) $200,000 Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted and two billboards were damaged. A farm sustained significant damage, with three grain silos blown on their sides and a barn lost part of its roof; an outbuilding was also destroyed. [48]

February 21 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Friday, February 21, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF0 SSW of Kilbourne Delaware OH 40°17′43″N 82°57′57″W / 40.2952°N 82.9659°W / 40.2952; -82.9659 (Kilbourne (Feb. 21, EF0)) 0554–0555 0.13 mi (0.21 km) 80 yd (73 m) $100,000 Numerous trees were damaged. A home sustained partial shingle loss, had a couple of windows broken, and had its garage door blown in. A utility pole and transformer were snapped, with electrical lines downed. A barn sustained significant damage, and an unanchored storage shed was moved off its foundation. [49]
EF2 NE of Fort Payne DeKalb AL 34°29′39″N 85°40′31″W / 34.4941°N 85.6754°W / 34.4941; -85.6754 (Fort Payne (Feb. 21, EF2)) 0628–0631 0.83 mi (1.34 km) 50 yd (46 m) Unknown Three large tractor trailers were flipped, one of which landed on top of a nearby factory's roof. A medium-sized metal building had its roof and much of its metal siding removed; the column anchorage was severely bent and failed. As the tornado skipped along the path, significant structural damage occurred to several homes, with the roof completely removed and at least two exterior brick walls collapsed on two houses. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted. Two sheds, one small and the other medium-sized, were completely destroyed, while nearby homes sustained minor roof, siding, and window damage. A small apartment complex was hit, with partial roof and siding loss and broken windows. Nearby smaller buildings sustained minor roof damage, another home had partial roof loss, and plastic fencing around a pool was blown out. One person was injured. [50]
EF0 Branchville St. Clair AL 33°39′04″N 86°28′04″W / 33.6512°N 86.4678°W / 33.6512; -86.4678 (Branchville (Feb. 21, EF0)) 0756–0800 4.2 mi (6.8 km) 150 yd (140 m) $0 A mobile home and several two-story houses sustained minor roof damage. Approximately 90 to 140 trees were snapped or uprooted. [51]
EF2 WNW of Dublin to SSE of Wrightsville Laurens, Johnson GA 32°34′28″N 82°58′31″W / 32.5745°N 82.9754°W / 32.5745; -82.9754 (Dublin (Feb. 21, EF2)) 1321–1341 17.47 mi (28.12 km) 200 yd (180 m) $540,000 A strong tornado touched down just east of the W. H. 'Bud' Barron Airport, where it destroyed a house. It then moved through north Dublin, where it damaged 59 houses and downed 300 to 500 trees. The tornado weakened as it moved through eastern Laurens County and into Johnson County, with one mobile home being lifted off of its foundation and another's porch being blown off. The doors of the Piney Mountain Fire Department in Johnson County were blown off before the tornado dissipated. [52][53]
EF0 WSW of Tifton Tift GA 31°25′48″N 83°34′34″W / 31.43°N 83.576°W / 31.43; -83.576 (Tifton (Feb. 21, EF0)) 1329–1331 2.22 mi (3.57 km) 300 yd (270 m) $100,000 A weak tornado moved through areas to the southwest of Tifton along U.S. Highway 82, with a home that was setting on blocks being blown 20 feet (6.1 m). Other homes in the area had only minor damage. A chain-link fence and two billboards were blown down, with the wooden support poles of the billboards being snapped. Continuing, the tornado flipped two sheds and damaged several businesses and an incomplete metal building, part of which collapsed. It then caused roof and air-conditioning unit damage to a Lowe's and a Walmart before dissipating. Several trees were downed along the path. [54]
EF0 N of Foneswood Westmoreland VA 38°06′41″N 76°54′09″W / 38.1114°N 76.9024°W / 38.1114; -76.9024 (Foneswood (Feb. 21, EF0)) 1712–1714 0.84 mi (1,350 m) 25 yd (23 m) $15,000 Numerous trees were downed or snapped. [55]
EF0 W of Pembroke Robeson NC 34°40′11″N 79°17′25″W / 34.6697°N 79.2903°W / 34.6697; -79.2903 (Pembroke (Feb. 21, EF0)) 1715–1717 0.49 mi (790 m) 25 yd (23 m) $9,000 A brief tornado in a rural area near Interstate 74. A large shed was rolled over, damaging a single-wide mobile home, and three homes sustained minor damage, with one having its porch lifted off. Several trees were downed along the path. [56]
EF0 Compton to ENE of Lusby St. Mary's, Calvert MD 38°14′31″N 76°40′48″W / 38.242°N 76.68°W / 38.242; -76.68 (Compton (Feb. 21, EF0)) 1723–1739 23.63 mi (38.03 km) 75 yd (69 m) $10,000 A long-tracked tornado downed numerous trees. [57][58]
EF0 Southern St. Pauls Robeson NC 34°47′57″N 78°58′31″W / 34.7993°N 78.9753°W / 34.7993; -78.9753 (St. Pauls (Feb. 21, EF0)) 1738–1740 0.16 mi (260 m) 35 yd (32 m) $11,000 A brief tornado on the south side of St. Pauls caused minor to moderate roof an porch damage to several homes, and destroyed multiple sheds, one of which was thrown 40 yards (37 m) and lofted into an oak tree. A large travel trailer was blown onto its side, a couple of unanchored buildings were pushed off of their foundations, and multiple trees were downed as well. [59]
EF1 W of Grantham Wayne NC 35°16′37″N 78°15′29″W / 35.277°N 78.258°W / 35.277; -78.258 (Grantham (Feb. 21, EF1)) 1826–1830 0.83 mi (1.34 km) 175 yd (160 m) $25,000 A single-wide mobile home was completely destroyed and disintegrated, with the steel frame being thrown about 35 yards (32 m). At least two outbuildings were leveled and several others had substantial roof damage as well. Numerous trees were downed along the path. [60]

February 28 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Friday, February 28, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF0 SE of Woodland Yolo CA 38°37′47″N 121°42′20″W / 38.6297°N 121.7056°W / 38.6297; -121.7056 (Woodland (Feb. 28, EF0)) 0217–0222 0.74 mi (1.19 km) 50 yd (46 m) $0 A member of the public witnessed a tornado over open country. It caused no damage. [61]

March[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Enhanced Fujita rating
EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 13 5 2 0 0 0 20

March 1 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Saturday, March 1, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF0 Western Mesa Maricopa AZ 33°25′N 111°51′W / 33.42°N 111.85°W / 33.42; -111.85 (Mesa (Mar. 1, EF0)) 1940 – 1945 0.45 mi (0.72 km) 100 yd (91 m) $50,000 The tornado touched down in a park and moved over an apartment complex, damaging roof tiles, blowing in a car's windshield and two apartment windows, and lifting a hot tub up into the clouds. Several trees and a power pole were downed as well. This was the first confirmed tornado in the Greater Phoenix area since January 2005. [62]

March 6 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Thursday, March 6, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF0 SW of Largo Pinellas FL 27°52′N 82°51′W / 27.86°N 82.85°W / 27.86; -82.85 (Largo (Mar. 6, EF0)) 1700 – 1701 0.05 mi (0.080 km) 10 yd (9.1 m) $0 A picture was taken of a waterspout moving onshore. [63]
EF0 Rocky Creek area Hillsborough FL 27°59′N 82°36′W / 27.98°N 82.60°W / 27.98; -82.60 (Rocky Creek (Mar. 6, EF0)) 1738 – 1739 1.38 mi (2.22 km) 15 yd (14 m) $0 A waterspout moved onshore near the Courtney Campbell Causeway; debris was reported in the air as it moved through a mangrove forest. [64]
EF0 SSW of Okeelanta Palm Beach FL 26°35′N 80°43′W / 26.58°N 80.71°W / 26.58; -80.71 (Okeelanta (Mar. 6, EF0)) 1930 – 1931 0.25 mi (0.40 km) 50 yd (46 m) $0 A brief tornado downed power lines near Highway 27. [65]

March 25 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Tuesday, March 25, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF0 SSE of Chico Butte CA 39°43′N 121°40′W / 39.71°N 121.67°W / 39.71; -121.67 (Chico (Mar. 25, EF0)) 0215–0217 0.26 mi (0.42 km) 10 yd (9.1 m) $0 A weak tornado downed a rotted tree and snapped branches off others. [66]

March 26 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Wednesday, March 26, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF0 SW of Pleasant Grove Sutter CA 38°49′N 121°32′W / 38.81°N 121.53°W / 38.81; -121.53 (Pleasant Grove (Mar. 26, EF0)) 0024–0026 0.63 mi (1.01 km) 25 yd (23 m) $0 A tornado touched down over an open field and caused no damage, though swirl marks were noted in the area it moved through. [67]
EF1 WNW of Bayliss Glenn CA 39°35′N 122°05′W / 39.59°N 122.09°W / 39.59; -122.09 (Bayliss (Mar. 26, EF1)) 0030 – 0033 0.7 mi (1.1 km) 50 yd (46 m) $0 A tornado struck a pheasant pen and a nearby outbuilding. Both structures had their roof torn off, and pieces of the outbuilding's roof were found 800 to 1,000 ft (240 to 300 m) away. Pieces weighing up to 150 lb (68 kg) were thrown up to 350 ft (110 m) from the structure. [68]
EF1 WSW of Bayliss Glenn CA 39°34′N 122°06′W / 39.57°N 122.10°W / 39.57; -122.10 (Bayliss (Mar. 26, EF1)) 0033 – 0038 0.95 mi (1.53 km) 50 yd (46 m) $0 As the 0030 UTC event dissipated, a second EF1 tornado formed nearby and struck a farm. A barn and outbuilding were damaged and a nearby carport was overturned. An area of cottonwood trees was significantly damaged. Additionally, a stop sign was sheared off its pole and thrown 150 ft (46 m). [69]
EF1 SE of Artois Glenn CA 39°35′N 122°08′W / 39.58°N 122.14°W / 39.58; -122.14 (Artois (Mar. 26, EF1)) 0045 – 0050 0.58 mi (0.93 km) 50 yd (46 m) $0 A tornado struck several farms and caused significant damage to nearby structures. More than 72 almond trees were uprooted and had their crop stripped. A tractor was thrown 157 ft (48 m) at one of the farms. After briefly lifting, the tornado caused additional damage to cottonwood trees, with one being uprooted and thrown 618 ft (188 m) into a field. [70]
EF0 Western Roseville Placer CA 38°46′N 121°25′W / 38.76°N 121.42°W / 38.76; -121.42 (Roseville (Mar. 26, EF0)) 0110 – 0120 4.02 mi (6.47 km) 20 yd (18 m) $0 Weak tornado in the western part of town caused roof and stucco damage, blew out two windows, and blew down 25 to 30 feet (7.6 to 9.1 m) of fence. [71]

March 27 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Thursday, March 27, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF1 E of Weatherby to WSW of Jameson Daviess MO 39°55′N 94°12′W / 39.91°N 94.20°W / 39.91; -94.20 (Weatherby (Mar. 27, EF1)) 2003 – 2015 9.25 mi (14.89 km) 200 yd (180 m) Unknown Tornado moved across rural areas of Daviess County, overturning a mobile home and causing minor damage to two modular homes. [72]
EF2 N of Jameson Daviess MO 40°02′N 94°00′W / 40.03°N 94.00°W / 40.03; -94.00 (Jameson (Mar. 27, EF2)) 2022 – 2027 2.98 mi (4.80 km) 100 yd (91 m) Unknown Strong tornado struck a farmstead, where a small residential home had its roof completely removed and an outer wall partially destroyed. Several large barns and an outbuilding had metal siding removed as well. Elsewhere, a modular home was completely destroyed, with most of the debris being blown away. [73]
EF0 S of Osceola Clarke IA 40°59′N 93°46′W / 40.99°N 93.77°W / 40.99; -93.77 (Osceola (Mar. 27, EF0)) 2041 - 2043 0.73 mi (1.17 km) 75 yd (69 m) $50,000 A home lost a portion of its roof, a power pole was snapped, and a parked semi-trailer was overturned. The roof was torn off an old farm machinery building. [74]
EF2 NE of Trenton to E of Spickard Grundy MO 40°06′N 93°40′W / 40.10°N 93.66°W / 40.10; -93.66 (Roseville (Mar. 27, EF2)) 2055 – 2115 12.84 mi (20.66 km) 500 yd (460 m) Unknown The tornado touched down in Crowder State Park and moved northeast. Residences near Tindall sustained heavy damage. Other residences, mainly modular and mobile homes, were impacted with mostly minor damage along the path. [75]

March 28 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Friday, March 28, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF1 N of Ball Rapides LA 31°25′N 92°25′W / 31.42°N 92.42°W / 31.42; -92.42 (Ball (Mar. 28, EF1)) 0223 – 0225 1.52 mi (2.45 km) 200 yd (180 m) $100,000 Large trees fell on several houses and vehicles, damaging them. [76]

March 29 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Saturday, March 29, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF0 E of Lake Mary Jane Orange FL 28°23′N 81°08′W / 28.39°N 81.13°W / 28.39; -81.13 (Lake Mary Jane (Mar. 29, EF0)) 1820 – 1823 2.43 mi (3,910 m) 100 yd (91 m) Unknown Three blocks of homes were impacted with minimal damage from tornadic winds. Additional damage to homes occurred from fallen trees. [77]
EF0 E of Fuquay Varina Wake NC 35°35′N 78°41′W / 35.59°N 78.69°W / 35.59; -78.69 (Fuquay Varina (Mar. 29, EF0)) 0057 – 0058 0.18 mi (290 m) 145 yd (133 m) $8,000 A home sustained substantial shingle damage, an outbuilding was picked up, moved about 50 yards (46 m) and destroyed, and several trees were downed. [78]
EF0 S of Garner Wake NC 35°39′N 78°38′W / 35.65°N 78.63°W / 35.65; -78.63 (Garner (Mar. 29, EF0)) 0108 – 0109 0.12 mi (190 m) 75 yd (69 m) $5,000 Brief tornado impacted a home in a subdivision, with a couple broken windows and minor roof damage. A couple of trees were downed as well. [79]
EF0 NNW of Nord Butte CA 39°50′N 121°58′W / 39.84°N 121.97°W / 39.84; -121.97 (Nord (Mar. 29, EF0)) 0240 – 0241 0.01 mi (16 m) 10 yd (9.1 m) $0 Spotter observed a brief tornado that uprooted a tree in an orchard. [80]

March 31 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Monday, March 31, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF0 SSW of Minneota to ESE of St. Leo Lyon, Yellow Medicine MN 44°33′N 95°59′W / 44.55°N 95.99°W / 44.55; -95.99 (Minneota (Mar. 31, EF0)) 2050 – 2114 10.67 mi (17.17 km) 100 yd (91 m) $45,000 In Lyon County, the tornado damaged a grain bin, destroyed outbuildings, and broke the windows to a house. In Yellow Medicine County, the tornado damaged additional outbuildings, sheds, barns, and three houses. [81][82]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l All dates are based on the local time zone where the tornado touched down; however, all times are in Coordinated Universal Time for consistency.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l All damage totals are in 2014 USD unless otherwise stated.

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