List of United States tornadoes from October to December 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 October to December 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

October[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Enhanced Fujita rating
EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 25 44 4 0 0 0 73

October 2 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Thursday, October 2, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF1 SE of Wrightsville to ENE of England Pulaski, Lonoke AR 34°31′54″N 92°06′58″W / 34.5317°N 92.1162°W / 34.5317; -92.1162 (Wrightsville (Oct. 2, EF1)) 0124–0134 12.71 mi (20.45 km) 300 yd (270 m) $140,000 The tornado began in Pulaski County, Arkansas, felling trees and power lines, inflicting considerable damage to a home, and blowing thousands of corn husks off farm fields into roadside ditches. In Lonoke County, additional trees were blown down and a farm shop was destroyed, while a house, tractor shed, and second farm shop were damaged. [1][2]
EF1 NNE of Stuttgart to SE of Slovak Prairie AR 34°37′38″N 91°33′19″W / 34.6272°N 91.5553°W / 34.6272; -91.5553 (Stuttgart (Oct. 2, EF1)) 0155–0200 4.08 mi (6.57 km) 200 yd (180 m) $20,000 A majority of the path was across open farm fields; however, several power poles were either knocked down or broken off. [3]
EF0 NE of Waldenburg Poinsett AR 35°34′21″N 90°54′14″W / 35.5725°N 90.9038°W / 35.5725; -90.9038 (Waldenburg (Oct. 2, EF0)) 0228–0232 0.7 mi (1.1 km) 33 yd (30 m) $0 A rice field was damaged. [4]

October 3 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Friday, October 3, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF1 S of Benton Marshall KY 36°49′49″N 88°21′10″W / 36.8302°N 88.3529°W / 36.8302; -88.3529 (Benton (Oct. 3, EF1)) 0510–0511 0.38 mi (0.61 km) 125 yd (114 m) $75,000 A tire business was destroyed, with loss of roof and a large portion of a block wall. Two outbuildings sustained roof and wall damage, two homes sustained fascia, siding, and shingle damage, two garages lost shingles, and windows were cracked at a church. Several trees were snapped. [5]
EF1 W of Hopkinsville Christian KY 36°51′08″N 87°35′29″W / 36.8523°N 87.5913°W / 36.8523; -87.5913 (Hopkinsville (Oct. 3, EF1)) 0615–0617 1.36 mi (2.19 km) 110 yd (100 m) $35,000 Half the roof and some rafters were removed from a tobacco barn, and a volunteer fire station had a large portion of its roof blown off. Several trees were downed as well. [6]
EF0 SE of Madison Madison AL 34°41′17″N 86°43′36″W / 34.6881°N 86.7267°W / 34.6881; -86.7267 (Madison (Oct. 3, EF0)) 0812 - 0813 0.7 mi (1.1 km) 250 yd (230 m) Unknown A weak, intermittent tornado removed metal roofing from a walkway and a building, pushed a large, heavy air conditioning unit on the roof of a shopping center off its moorings and onto the parking lot below, and snapped trees in a church parking lot. [7]
EF1 NNE of Albertville Marshall AL 34°24′04″N 86°08′56″W / 34.401°N 86.149°W / 34.401; -86.149 (Albertville (Oct. 3, EF1)) 0902–0904 0.48 mi (0.77 km) 75 yd (69 m) Unknown A brief tornado destroyed a chicken house and severely damaged a second one, caused roof and siding damage to a house, and snapped several trees. [8]

October 6 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Monday, October 6, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF1 W of Spiro LeFlore OK 35°15′03″N 94°43′29″W / 35.2508°N 94.7246°W / 35.2508; -94.7246 (Spiro (Oct. 6, EF1)) 0601–0602 0.8 mi (1.3 km) 75 yd (69 m) $50,000 Two chicken houses sustained roof and wall damage, several trees were uprooted, and a number of tree limbs were snapped off. [9]
EF1 NNE of Grider Cumberland KY 36°50′02″N 85°23′50″W / 36.8339°N 85.3973°W / 36.8339; -85.3973 (Grider (Oct. 6, EF1)) 2302–2303 0.17 mi (0.27 km) 100 yd (91 m) $0 Approximately 200 trees were snapped or uprooted. [10]
EF1 N of Albany Clinton KY 36°50′31″N 85°11′45″W / 36.842°N 85.1959°W / 36.842; -85.1959 (Albany (Oct. 6, EF1)) 2313–2317 2.17 mi (3.49 km) 150 yd (140 m) $3,000 Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted and a few power poles were damaged along U.S. Highway 127. [11]
EF1 N of Ringgold Catoosa GA 34°55′49″N 85°07′21″W / 34.9304°N 85.1225°W / 34.9304; -85.1225 (Ringgold (Oct. 6, EF1)) 2340–2341 0.29 mi (0.47 km) 100 yd (91 m) $300,000 Dozens of trees were snapped or uprooted. Seven homes sustained damage: one lost a section of its roof and an attic wall, a second had its garage doors blown out, and a third was considered uninhabitable. [12]

October 7 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Tuesday, October 7, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF1 SSE of Westport Oldham KY 38°27′37″N 85°27′46″W / 38.4602°N 85.4629°W / 38.4602; -85.4629 (Westport (Oct. 7, EF1)) 1850–1851 0.12 mi (190 m) 50 yd (46 m) $20,000 Two trees were toppled and the limbs were snapped off several others, and damage was sustained to a barn and several outbuildings. [13]
EF1 New Columbus to N of Sadieville Owen, Scott KY 38°27′42″N 84°41′28″W / 38.4618°N 84.691°W / 38.4618; -84.691 (New Columbus (Oct. 7, EF1)) 1939–1950 12.13 mi (19.52 km) 150 yd (140 m) $65,000 An outbuilding was destroyed, several homes sustained minor roof damage, with windows blown out as well, and a porch was lifted from a home and thrown to an unknown location. The tornado then became intermittent, with several outbuildings destroyed and several homes sustaining minor roof damage. Barns and more homes sustained roof damage before the tornado moved into Scott County, where it destroyed an above-ground pool and ripped a porch from a house, throwing it over the top and causing roof damage. Many trees were downed along the path in both counties. [14][15]
EF1 NNE of Stamping Ground Scott KY 38°17′05″N 84°41′23″W / 38.2846°N 84.6896°W / 38.2846; -84.6896 (Stamping Ground (Oct. 7, EF1)) 1948–1950 2.79 mi (4.49 km) 150 yd (140 m) $0 Three outbuildings were destroyed and several homes sustained minor to moderate roof and siding damage. Numerous trees were downed as well. [16]
EF1 NNW of Georgetown Scott KY 38°17′32″N 84°37′45″W / 38.2921°N 84.6292°W / 38.2921; -84.6292 (Georgetown (Oct. 7, EF1)) 1949–1952 3.55 mi (5.71 km) 150 yd (140 m) $50,000 An outbuilding and a couple small barns were destroyed, a couple of homes sustained roof damage, and several trees were snapped. [17]
EF1 SW of Cynthiana Harrison KY 38°22′44″N 84°21′29″W / 38.3789°N 84.358°W / 38.3789; -84.358 (Cynthiana (Oct. 7, EF1)) 2005–2010 3.66 mi (5.89 km) 275 yd (251 m) $250,000 Numerous trees were snapped, uprooted, or sheered off, portions of a corn field were flattened, four outbuildings, two sheds, and three barns were damaged or destroyed, and a garage sustained significant roof damage. [18]
EF1 Paris Bourbon KY 38°12′06″N 84°15′22″W / 38.2016°N 84.256°W / 38.2016; -84.256 (Paris (Oct. 7, EF1)) 2012–2015 1.67 mi (2.69 km) 60 yd (55 m) $250,000 The tornado touched down twice in town, with numerous homes and two warehouses sustaining significant roof, wall, attic, soffit, and siding damage. An empty tractor-trailer was flipped, and numerous trees and power lines were downed, with several trees falling on houses. [19]
EF1 NNW of Sharpsburg Bath KY 38°12′21″N 83°56′19″W / 38.2059°N 83.9386°W / 38.2059; -83.9386 (Sharpsburg (Oct. 7, EF1)) 2035–2036 0.6 mi (0.97 km) 50 yd (46 m) Unknown Three barns were damaged, and sporadic tree damage was observed. [20]
EF1 NE of Olympia Springs Bath KY 38°04′11″N 83°39′35″W / 38.0696°N 83.6598°W / 38.0696; -83.6598 (Olympia Springs (Oct. 7, EF1)) 2053–2054 0.3 mi (0.48 km) 35 yd (32 m) Unknown A boat trailer harboring a boat was overturned, and a camping trailer was blown onto a truck. Numerous shingles were blown off a house, and sporadic tree damage was observed. [21]
EF0 SE of Cloverdale Putnam IN 39°30′02″N 86°46′29″W / 39.5006°N 86.7748°W / 39.5006; -86.7748 (Cloverdale (Oct. 7, EF0)) 2235–2236 0.1 mi (160 m) 50 yd (46 m) $2,000 A couple trees were damaged, and an Emergency Manager spotted corn stalks lofted. [22]
EF2 Odd area Raleigh WV 37°36′05″N 81°12′04″W / 37.6014°N 81.2012°W / 37.6014; -81.2012 (Odd (Oct. 7, EF2)) 0241–0245 3.01 mi (4.84 km) 150 yd (140 m) $275,000 A well-built garage or outbuilding was completely destroyed, about 10 to 20 houses sustained minor roof and porch damage, and a few barns and outbuildings were damaged. Numerous trees were snapped, sheared off, or felled, destroying at least two vehicles. A parked school bus had its front window broken and around 20 power poles were damaged, cutting power to several hundred customers. [23]
EF1 SW of Gulnare Pike KY 37°36′46″N 82°35′39″W / 37.6127°N 82.5941°W / 37.6127; -82.5941 (Gulnare (Oct. 7, EF1)) 0244–0245 0.1 mi (160 m) 130 yd (120 m) Unknown A large section of roof was peeled off of a house, two barns sustained roof damage, and several large trees were snapped or uprooted. [24]
EF1 NE of Matoaka Mercer WV 37°27′12″N 81°12′59″W / 37.4533°N 81.2164°W / 37.4533; -81.2164 (Matoaka (Oct. 7, EF1)) 0339–0349 5.54 mi (8,920 m) 180 yd (160 m) $175,000 (estimated) Numerous trees were snapped or downed, four homes and a shed sustained minor damage, and a mobile home was severely damaged. [25]

October 9 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Thursday, October 9, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF1 S of Kings Mill Gray TX 35°25′17″N 101°02′40″W / 35.4213°N 101.0445°W / 35.4213; -101.0445 (Kings Mill (Oct. 9, EF1)) 0210–0222 7.03 mi (11.31 km) 125 yd (114 m) $0 Three homesteads were damaged, consisting of roof damage and the destruction of an anchored porch to a manufactured home. Metal poles were thrown into the structure. A large tree was blown onto a neighboring house, damaging the roof. A flag pole was bent, an outbuilding was destroyed, several round hay bales were blown around, one of which damaged a fence, and several power poles were snapped, disrupting service to several hundred customers. [26]

October 10 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Friday, October 10, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF1 NE of Centerville Hickman TN 35°51′34″N 87°23′06″W / 35.8594°N 87.3851°W / 35.8594; -87.3851 (Centerville (Oct. 10, EF1)) 0135–0139 1.97 mi (3.17 km) 100 yd (91 m) $200,000 One home sustained minor siding damage and a second suffered partial roof loss and broken windows. A carport, garage, and outbuilding near the second home were destroyed, with debris blown about 100 yd (91 m) to the east into a stand of trees. Additionally, an RV was overturned, another carport was destroyed, and another home lost part of its roof. Further along the path, a fourth house was pushed off of its cinder-block foundation and another garage was destroyed, with debris blown through fields to the east. Many trees were downed along the path. [27]

October 13 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Monday, October 13, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF1 NNW of Gilmer Upshur TX 32°46′05″N 95°02′44″W / 32.7681°N 95.0456°W / 32.7681; -95.0456 (Gilmer (Oct. 13, EF1)) 0952–1000 5.8 mi (9.3 km) 275 yd (251 m) $1,000,000 Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted, some of which caused significant damage to homes, and several barns sustained substantial damage. [28]
EF1 SW of Rocky to E of Mountain Fork Polk AR 34°34′36″N 94°23′28″W / 34.5766°N 94.3911°W / 34.5766; -94.3911 (Rocky (Oct. 13, EF1)) 1004–1010 3.66 mi (5.89 km) 300 yd (270 m) $50,000 A pole barn was blown down, hundreds of trees were uprooted, and power lines were felled. [29]
EF1 N of Hindsville Madison AR 36°10′42″N 93°52′45″W / 36.1783°N 93.8792°W / 36.1783; -93.8792 (Hindsville (Oct. 13, EF1)) 1019–1022 3 mi (4.8 km) 375 yd (343 m) $150,000 A couple outbuildings were destroyed, several homes sustained roof damage, and numerous trees and tree limbs were snapped or uprooted. [30]
EF2 W of Ashdown Little River AR 33°39′42″N 94°13′49″W / 33.6617°N 94.2303°W / 33.6617; -94.2303 (Ashdown (Oct. 13, EF2)) 1037–1042 2.51 mi (4.04 km) 400 yd (370 m) $200,000 1 death – A strong tornado destroyed a mobile home, killing one of the five occupants, damaged another, and snapped or uprooted numerous trees. [31]
EF0 WSW of Wilton Little River AR 33°43′40″N 94°14′02″W / 33.7279°N 94.2339°W / 33.7279; -94.2339 (Wilton (Oct. 13, EF0)) 1043–1044 0.09 mi (140 m) 50 yd (46 m) $10,000 A brief tornado snapped several trees and destroyed a poorly-constructed barn. [32]
EF1 ENE of Blue Eye Stone MO 36°30′17″N 93°23′24″W / 36.5048°N 93.39°W / 36.5048; -93.39 (Blue Eye (Oct. 13, EF1)) 1125–1126 0.09 mi (0.14 km) 75 yd (69 m) $5,000 Several outbuildings were damaged, a home sustained minor damage, and multiple trees were uprooted. [33]
EF0 N of Chesapeake Lawrence MO 37°09′33″N 93°40′48″W / 37.1593°N 93.6799°W / 37.1593; -93.6799 (Chesapeake (Oct. 13, EF0)) 1158–1200 0.07 mi (0.11 km) 50 yd (46 m) $5,000 A brief tornado caused roof damage to a home and structural damage to an outbuilding. [34]
EF0 NNW of Ash Grove Greene MO 37°21′13″N 93°36′22″W / 37.3537°N 93.6061°W / 37.3537; -93.6061 (Ash Grove (Oct. 13, EF0)) 1220–1221 0.43 mi (690 m) 100 yd (91 m) $0 Several trees were damaged or uprooted. [35]
EF1 Griffithtown Clark AR 34°02′26″N 92°57′19″W / 34.0405°N 92.9554°W / 34.0405; -92.9554 (Griffithtown (Oct. 13, EF1)) 1240–1245 3.32 mi (5.34 km) 250 yd (230 m) $150,000 Several outbuildings were either damaged or destroyed, and hundreds of trees were either snapped or uprooted, with several falling on a house. [36]
EF1 S of Mansfield DeSoto LA 31°58′35″N 93°41′57″W / 31.9764°N 93.6991°W / 31.9764; -93.6991 (Mansfield (Oct. 13, EF1)) 1400–1402 0.9 mi (1.4 km) 200 yd (180 m) $0 Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted. [37]
EF1 NW of England Lonoke AR 34°32′39″N 92°00′27″W / 34.5441°N 92.0074°W / 34.5441; -92.0074 (England (Oct. 13, EF1)) 1427–1432 3.31 mi (5.33 km) 150 yd (140 m) $75,000 A portion of a metal roof was pulled from a large tractor shed, an old farm shop was flattened, a house sustained damage, with its walls pushed in, pool damaged, yard ornaments tossed, and fence blown down, and a large intermodal shipping container was flipped onto its side. [38]
EF1 SW of West Monroe Ouachita LA 32°26′15″N 92°16′41″W / 32.4375°N 92.2781°W / 32.4375; -92.2781 (West Monroe (Oct. 13, EF1)) 1611–1613 0.7 mi (1.1 km) 225 yd (206 m) $250,000 Numerous trees were snapped, causing damage to several homes. [39]
EF2 SW of Claiborne to Northeast Monroe Ouachita LA 32°29′32″N 92°14′32″W / 32.4921°N 92.2421°W / 32.4921; -92.2421 (Claiborne (Oct. 13, EF2)) 1616–1627 9.05 mi (14.56 km) 300 yd (270 m) $3,750,000 Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted, many of which caused damage to vehicles and structures. After entering West Monroe, the tornado inflicted roof damage to many homes and businesses, and many business signs and power poles were damaged or blown down. West Monroe High School sustained significant roof damage to several of its building. In Monroe, heavy damage was inflicted to the second roof of an apartment complex and additional homes sustained damage, some of which was severe. [40]
EF0 McDougal Clay AR 36°26′20″N 90°23′54″W / 36.439°N 90.3982°W / 36.439; -90.3982 (McDougal (Oct. 13, EF0)) 1748–1749 0.87 mi (1.40 km) 100 yd (91 m) $150,000 The tornado removed approximately half the roof from a mobile home, damaged four houses, and knocked down several trees, a few of which fell onto homes. [41]
EF0 W of Ruma Randolph IL 38°07′38″N 90°00′51″W / 38.1272°N 90.0143°W / 38.1272; -90.0143 (Ruma (Oct. 13, EF0)) 1759–1800 0.29 mi (470 m) 50 yd (46 m) $0 A barn had a portion of its roof removed and one of its walls blown out, several other buildings sustained minor to moderate roof damage, and two large trees were snapped, one of which caused minor roof damage to a house. [42]
EF1 NW of Freeburg to SE of Belleville St. Clair IL 38°28′13″N 89°55′35″W / 38.4703°N 89.9263°W / 38.4703; -89.9263 (Freeburg (Oct. 13, EF1)) 1824–1827 1.38 mi (2.22 km) 100 yd (91 m) $0 A few trees were downed. [43]
EF1 W of Puxico to NW of Sturdivant Stoddard, Bollinger MO 36°56′59″N 90°06′41″W / 36.9498°N 90.1113°W / 36.9498; -90.1113 (Puxico (Oct. 13, EF1)) 1830–1843 9.35 mi (15.05 km) 75 yd (69 m) $53,000 Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted along the path, with several falling on a house and power lines. [44][45]
EF1 W of New Baden St. Clair IL 38°32′11″N 89°43′29″W / 38.5363°N 89.7248°W / 38.5363; -89.7248 (New Baden (Oct. 13, EF1)) 1843–1844 0.25 mi (400 m) 50 yd (46 m) $0 A couple of outbuildings were destroyed. [46]
EF1 E of Zalma Bollinger MO 37°07′09″N 90°02′29″W / 37.1193°N 90.0415°W / 37.1193; -90.0415 (Zalma (Oct. 13, EF1)) 1845–1858 7.16 mi (11.52 km) 100 yd (91 m) $250,000 Two small barns and a few silos were destroyed, a mobile home was shifted off of its foundation, a residence had the roof of its front porch blown over the house, and another home sustained mainly window damage. A carport collapsed onto vehicles, and numerous trees were snapped or uprooted. [47]
EF1 NW of Leopold Bollinger MO 37°14′32″N 89°56′23″W / 37.2423°N 89.9396°W / 37.2423; -89.9396 (Leopold (Oct. 13, EF1)) 1902–1904 2 mi (3.2 km) 50 yd (46 m) $20,000 A few barns were damaged, one of which had its roof buckled, debris was thrown across a yard, and several trees were snapped or uprooted. [48]
EF2 ENE of Moweaqua Shelby, Macon IL 39°39′N 88°57′W / 39.65°N 88.95°W / 39.65; -88.95 (Moweaqua (Oct. 13, EF2)) 2054–2107 10 mi (16 km) 200 yd (180 m) $510,000 Two machine sheds and several outbuildings were destroyed, a house sustained significant roof and window damage, with the attached garage being damaged, and a barn suffered roof damage. Areas of corn were either flattened or bent in different directions, and numerous trees were snapped just above the base. [49][50]
EF1 ENE of Dix to E of Kell Jefferson, Marion IL 38°26′39″N 88°55′07″W / 38.4443°N 88.9185°W / 38.4443; -88.9185 (Dix (Oct. 13, EF1)) 2106–2112 3.52 mi (5.66 km) 100 yd (91 m) $10,000 Shingles were blown off of a mobile home and patio furniture was blown about 25 yards (23 m) in all directions. A carport was destroyed, an outbuilding lost part of its roof, corn was flattened, and many trees were snapped or uprooted. [51][52]
EF1 NNW of Bluford Jefferson IL 38°22′17″N 88°45′24″W / 38.3715°N 88.7566°W / 38.3715; -88.7566 (Bluford (Oct. 13, EF1)) 2107–2108 0.66 mi (1.06 km) 50 yd (46 m) $50,000 Brief tornado peeled up the metal roof of a barn, damaged a house's roof, and destroyed a second barn. It also pushed up metal chairs along a railing near the house and downed trees and power lines. [53]
EF1 S of Decatur Airport Macon IL 39°49′06″N 88°52′48″W / 39.8184°N 88.88°W / 39.8184; -88.88 (Decatur Airport (Oct. 13, EF1)) 2112–2113 0.2 mi (320 m) 50 yd (46 m) $10,000 A brief tornado touched down near the intersection of Illinois Route 121 and U.S. Highway 36, where a traffic signal mast was rotated about 90 degrees and broken, a shed and dumpster were overturned at an Arby's, two trees were snapped off at a McDonald's, and power lines were downed. [54]
EF0 WNW of Scotts Ferry Calhoun FL 30°17′13″N 85°10′45″W / 30.287°N 85.1792°W / 30.287; -85.1792 (Scotts Ferry (Oct. 13, EF0)) 2120–2125 2.58 mi (4.15 km) 30 yd (27 m) $0 Approximately 30 trees were snapped or uprooted. [55]
EF0 NE of Argenta Macon IL 40°01′08″N 88°46′20″W / 40.0188°N 88.7722°W / 40.0188; -88.7722 (Argenta (Oct. 13, EF0)) 2129–2133 2.75 mi (4.43 km) 50 yd (46 m) $0 The tornado remained in open fields; no damage occurred. [56]
EF0 NW of Hamilton Marion AL 34°12′29″N 88°06′28″W / 34.208°N 88.1077°W / 34.208; -88.1077 (Shottsville (Oct. 13, EF0)) 2143–2152 6.01 mi (9.67 km) 50 yd (46 m) $0 A weak tornado uprooted numerous trees, one of which fell on a church, and peeled back the tin roof of a shed. [57]
EF1 E of New Harmony Posey IN 38°05′53″N 87°54′31″W / 38.0981°N 87.9087°W / 38.0981; -87.9087 (New Harmony (Oct. 13, EF1)) 2225–2231 3.75 mi (6.04 km) 150 yd (140 m) $30,000 The tin roof was blown off a barn, and many trees were snapped or uprooted. [58]
EF1 ESE of Clarksville Montgomery TN 36°30′00″N 87°17′43″W / 36.5001°N 87.2952°W / 36.5001; -87.2952 (Clarksville (Oct. 13, EF1)) 2309–2315 4.18 mi (6.73 km) 75 yd (69 m) $50,000 Several homes sustained roof and tree damage and several trees were downed along the path. This was the first October tornado in Montgomery County since reliable records began in 1950. [59][60]
EF0 N of Beaverton Lamar AL 34°00′31″N 88°00′04″W / 34.0087°N 88.001°W / 34.0087; -88.001 (Beaverton (Oct. 13, EF0)) 2348–2350 1.08 mi (1.74 km) 150 yd (140 m) $0 The tornado tracked over mainly forest and open farm land, snapping or uprooting 20 to 30 trees. [61]
EF0 WNW of Hays Place Franklin FL 29°53′N 84°55′W / 29.89°N 84.91°W / 29.89; -84.91 (Hays Place (Oct. 13, EF0)) 0029 0.01 mi (0.016 km) 20 yd (18 m) $0 Several trees were downed. [62]
EF1 Downtown Tuscumbia to Muscle Shoals Colbert AL 34°43′54″N 87°42′10″W / 34.7318°N 87.7029°W / 34.7318; -87.7029 (Tuscumbia (Oct. 13, EF1)) 0029–0033 3.48 mi (5.60 km) 200 yd (180 m) Unknown Homes, businesses, and a church sustained structural damage, roofing was peeled off of a used car dealership and gas station and thrown across the street, power poles were bent and snapped, and numerous awnings were either damaged or destroyed. Road signs were blown down, traffic lights were damaged, and numerous trees were snapped or uprooted. [63]
EF0 E of Sumatra Liberty FL 30°01′N 84°55′W / 30.01°N 84.91°W / 30.01; -84.91 (Sumatra (Oct. 13, EF0)) 0050 0.01 mi (0.016 km) 20 yd (18 m) $0 The tornado caused EF0 damage to trees. [64]
EF0 N of Sumatra Liberty FL 30°01′N 84°59′W / 30.02°N 84.98°W / 30.02; -84.98 (Sumatra (Oct. 13, EF0)) 0159–0201 2.07 mi (3.33 km) 20 yd (18 m) $5,000 (estimated) The roof was blown off a shed, and trees were blown down. [65]
EF0 SSE of Central City Liberty FL 30°08′N 84°55′W / 30.14°N 84.91°W / 30.14; -84.91 (Central City (Oct. 13, EF0)) 0258 0.01 mi (0.016 km) 20 yd (18 m) $0 The tornado tracked through the Apalachicola National Forest, damaging trees. [66]

October 14 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Tuesday, October 14, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF0 E of Cottondale Jackson FL 30°47′N 85°22′W / 30.78°N 85.36°W / 30.78; -85.36 (Cottondale (Oct. 14, EF0)) 0800–0803 1.73 mi (2.78 km) 20 yd (18 m) $20,000 (estimated) A house had a garage door blown in and part of its roof removed, and tree damage was observed. [67]
EF1 SW of Shiloh to W of Manchester Harris, Talbot, Meriwether GA 32°48′N 84°43′W / 32.80°N 84.71°W / 32.80; -84.71 (Shiloh (Oct. 14, EF1)) 0840–0848 5.86 mi (9.43 km) 200 yd (180 m) $55,000 The tornado began in Harris County, Georgia, tracking into Talbot County before dissipating in Meriwether County. A home lost a portion of its roof and several others sustained minor damage, a large shed was destroyed, and approximately 100 trees were snapped or uprooted. [68][69]
[70]
EF0 W of College Park Fulton GA 33°39′N 84°32′W / 33.65°N 84.54°W / 33.65; -84.54 (Camp Creek (Oct. 14, EF0)) 0915–0920 2.99 mi (4.81 km) 75 yd (69 m) $10,000 The tornado snapped or uprooted trees. [71]
EF0 NW of East Point Fulton GA 33°41′N 84°28′W / 33.68°N 84.46°W / 33.68; -84.46 (East Point (Oct. 14, EF0)) 0920–0928 2.63 mi (4.23 km) 75 yd (69 m) $10,000 Damage was confined mainly to snapped or uprooted trees. [72]
EF0 SSE of Vinings Fulton GA 33°51′N 84°28′W / 33.85°N 84.46°W / 33.85; -84.46 (Vinings (Oct. 14, EF0)) 0933–0938 1.07 mi (1.72 km) 75 yd (69 m) $40,000 Several homes sustained damage from snapped or uprooted trees. [73]
EF1 SSE of Sandy Springs Cobb, Fulton GA 33°59′N 84°24′W / 33.99°N 84.40°W / 33.99; -84.40 (Sandy Springs (Oct. 14, EF1)) 0943–0950 1.25 mi (2.01 km) 100 yd (91 m) $75,000 Damage was confined to snapped or uprooted trees, some of which caused damage to homes. [74][75]
EF1 W of Alpharetta to NE of Milton Fulton, Forsyth GA 34°05′N 84°20′W / 34.08°N 84.33°W / 34.08; -84.33 (Alpharetta (Oct. 14, EF1)) 0955–1010 7.51 mi (12.09 km) 100 yd (91 m) $95,000 Numerous large trees were snapped or uprooted, some of which caused damage to homes. [76][77]
EF0 WNW of Westminster Oconee SC 34°41′N 83°13′W / 34.68°N 83.21°W / 34.68; -83.21 (Westminster (Oct. 14, EF0)) 1211–1212 0.89 mi (1.43 km) 100 yd (91 m) $0 A couple dozen trees were uprooted. [78]
EF0 SW of Landrum Greenville SC 35°07′N 82°14′W / 35.12°N 82.24°W / 35.12; -82.24 (Landrum (Oct. 14, EF0)) 0000–0002 1 mi (1.6 km) 50 yd (46 m) $1,000 The roof was blown off a shed, and numerous trees were felled. [79]
EF0 SSW of Marion McDowell NC 35°33′N 82°04′W / 35.55°N 82.07°W / 35.55; -82.07 (Marion (Oct. 14, EF0)) 0048–0049 0.5 mi (800 m) 100 yd (91 m) $20,000 A portion of a barn's roof was blown off and thrown about 100 yards (91 m), a small shed was moved about 8 feet (2.4 m) off of its foundation and had its roof blown off, a carport at an equipment dealership was thrown over 200 yards (180 m) and destroyed, heavy motors and parts were thrown off of shelves in other carports at the dealership, a 70-pound (32 kg) piece of steel was thrown about 50 feet (15 m), and a barn that was under construction had scaffolding blown out of its doors and scattered different directions. Additionally, a small enclosed trailer was moved and hit by flying debris, an open-bed trailer was flipped and severely damaged, several trees were downed, and a hedge row and part of a corn field were flattened. [80]

October 15 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Wednesday, October 15, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF0 Belle Haven to Alexandria Fairfax, City of Alexandria VA 38°46′48″N 77°03′36″W / 38.780°N 77.060°W / 38.780; -77.060 (Belle Haven (Oct. 15, EF0)) 1623–1626 2.32 mi (3.73 km) 75 yd (69 m) Unknown A tree was downed, and several large tree limbs were snapped. [81][82]
EF0 Savage Howard MD 39°07′41″N 76°49′44″W / 39.128°N 76.829°W / 39.128; -76.829 (Savage (Oct. 15, EF0)) 1713–1714 0.3 mi (480 m) 75 yd (69 m) Unknown A large tree was uprooted and downed, damaging the south-facing side of an apartment complex, other large tree branches were snapped off trees, and a street sign was snapped. [83]

October 23 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Thursday, October 23, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF1 Longview Cowlitz WA 46°07′48″N 122°56′45″W / 46.13°N 122.9457°W / 46.13; -122.9457 (Longview (Oct. 23, EF1)) 1940–1950 1.3 mi (2.1 km) 66 yd (60 m) $182,000 Industrial buildings sustained significant roof damage, homes suffered minor roof damage, 30 to 35 trees and some power poles were snapped or downed, and vehicles were damaged by flying debris as the tornado passed near the Cowlitz River. [84]

November[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Enhanced Fujita rating
EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 7 14 2 0 0 0 23

November 16 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Sunday, November 16, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF0 SW of Walker Livingston LA 30°24′08″N 90°55′17″W / 30.4023°N 90.9214°W / 30.4023; -90.9214 (Walker (Nov. 16, EF0)) 0148–0150 1.12 mi (1.80 km) 100 yd (91 m) $5,000 Shingles were removed from some roofs, and a few small trees were snapped. [85]
EF1 N of Livingston Livingston LA 30°33′35″N 90°44′34″W / 30.5597°N 90.7428°W / 30.5597; -90.7428 (Livingston (Nov. 16, EF1)) 0211–0222 3.87 mi (6.23 km) 300 yd (270 m) $2,000 Several pine trees were snapped at the base. [86]
EF1 E of Laurel Jones MS 31°40′59″N 88°59′34″W / 31.683°N 88.9929°W / 31.683; -88.9929 (Laurel (Nov. 16, EF1)) 0227–0232 2.65 mi (4.26 km) 100 yd (91 m) $45,000 A barn and the roof of a chicken house were heavily damaged, a mobile home was blown off of its blocks, and two power poles were snapped around U.S. Highway 84. Numerous trees and large tree limbs were downed as well. [87]

November 17 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Monday, November 17, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF1 NW of Marion Perry AL 32°41′56″N 87°27′57″W / 32.699°N 87.4659°W / 32.699; -87.4659 (Marion (Nov. 17, EF1)) 0711–0715 3.53 mi (5.68 km) 300 yd (270 m) $0 Numerous unsecured objects around a home were tossed into the woods, and numerous trees were snapped or uprooted. [88]
EF1 ESE of Chatom to SW of Grove Hill Washington, Clarke AL 31°26′30″N 88°09′16″W / 31.4418°N 88.1545°W / 31.4418; -88.1545 (Chatom (Nov. 17, EF1)) 0737–0810 21.9 mi (35.2 km) 150 yd (140 m) $250,000 A house sustained minor roof damage and broken windows, a poorly constructed barn was severely damaged, three campers were flipped at a hunting camp, and a chicken coup was damaged. Many trees were downed, with one falling on a mobile home and another on a site-built home. [89][90]
EF0 N of Laguna Beach Bay FL 30°18′N 85°55′W / 30.3°N 85.92°W / 30.3; -85.92 (Chatom (Nov. 17, EF0)) 0851 0.01 mi (0.016 km) 50 yd (46 m) $0 A brief tornado was observed using dual polarization radar; no structural damage was reported. [91]
EF1 Southern Georgiana Butler AL 31°36′33″N 86°44′50″W / 31.6093°N 86.7471°W / 31.6093; -86.7471 (Georgiana (Nov. 17, EF1)) 0959–1005 5.89 mi (9.48 km) 150 yd (140 m) $100,000 A few shed and outbuildings were destroyed, a couple homes sustained minor shingle damage, and a couple of mobile homes sustained minor structural damage. Many trees and power lines were downed as well, with a few trees causing heavy damage to two cars. [92]
EF2 SSW of Blountstown to ENE of Sycamore Calhoun, Liberty, Gadsden FL 30°24′09″N 85°04′29″W / 30.4025°N 85.0746°W / 30.4025; -85.0746 (Blountstown (Nov. 17, EF2)) 1017–1049 22.21 mi (35.74 km) 420 yd (380 m) $2,050,000 Several concrete buildings were heavily damaged at the Calhoun Correctional Institution, including a two-story printing facility, the eastern wall of which was completely collapsed and the roof almost entirely removed. Another concrete building had large sections of its roof removed and other buildings, including some warehouses, were also damaged. Over 30 cars in the prison parking lot were damaged, with some being tossed or rolled 50 to 100 yards (46 to 91 m). Several objects were driven into the ground near the prison, a screwdriver was driven into the bottom of a flipped vehicle, and some concrete curbs along the parking lot were ripped from the ground. Elsewhere, a few homes suffered minor exterior damage, and many trees and power poles were downed. Debris from the tornado was thrown into the Apalachicola River. [93][94]
[95]
EF1 W of Rutledge to WSW of Inverness Crenshaw, Pike, Bullock AL 31°44′13″N 86°25′49″W / 31.7369°N 86.4303°W / 31.7369; -86.4303 (Rutledge (Nov. 17, EF1)) 1025–1117 40.73 mi (65.55 km) 500 yd (460 m) $285,000 A double-wide mobile home was shifted off its blocks, several chicken houses were destroyed, and a home sustained minor shingle damage and broken windows. Many trees were downed, a few of which caused significant damage to several homes. [96][97]
[98]
EF0 Grand Ridge area Jackson FL 30°41′56″N 85°01′09″W / 30.699°N 85.0191°W / 30.699; -85.0191 (Grand Ridge (Nov. 17, EF0)) 1157–1158 0.5 mi (0.80 km) 50 yd (46 m) $5,000 (estimated) Three mobile homes were damaged. [99]
EF1 E of Pittsview Russell AL 32°11′56″N 85°03′33″W / 32.199°N 85.0592°W / 32.199; -85.0592 (Pittsview (Nov. 17, EF1)) 1224–1225 0.22 mi (350 m) 100 yd (91 m) $0 A brief tornado snapped or downed many trees and a few power lines. [100]
EF1 SE of Mount Olive Twiggs GA 32°33′24″N 83°22′19″W / 32.5567°N 83.3719°W / 32.5567; -83.3719 (Mount Olive (Nov. 17, EF1)) 1457–1459 0.05 mi (0.080 km) 100 yd (91 m) $15,000 A single-wide mobile home was destroyed, a barn was damaged, and several trees were downed. [101]
EF0 S of Sanderson Baker FL 30°08′41″N 82°16′54″W / 30.1447°N 82.2818°W / 30.1447; -82.2818 (Sanderson (Nov. 17, EF0)) 1800–1810 0.8 mi (1.3 km) 75 yd (69 m) $15,000 (estimated) Several trees were snapped and uprooted, a shed was destroyed, and power lines in addition to a carport sustained damage. [102]

November 23 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Sunday, November 23, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF0 E of Forkland Greene AL 32°38′19″N 87°50′11″W / 32.6387°N 87.8364°W / 32.6387; -87.8364 (Forkland (Nov. 23, EF0)) 1735–1738 2.05 mi (3.30 km) 150 yd (140 m) $0 Several trees were snapped or uprooted. [103]
EF1 Walter F. George Lake to W of Union Barbour (AL), Stewart (GA) AL, GA 31°57′37″N 85°05′38″W / 31.9603°N 85.094°W / 31.9603; -85.094 (Walter F. George Lake (Nov. 23, EF1)) 2003–2027 16.72 mi (26.91 km) 400 yd (370 m) $25,000 The tornado began in Barbour County, Alabama, snapping or uprooting hundreds of trees. Additional trees were damaged in Stewart County, Georgia before the tornado lifted. [104][105]
EF1 SSW of Lumpkin Stewart GA 32°01′53″N 84°48′28″W / 32.0315°N 84.8078°W / 32.0315; -84.8078 (Lumpkin (Nov. 23, EF1)) 2027–2029 0.47 mi (0.76 km) 100 yd (91 m) $5,000 Tree damage was observed. [106]
EF1 W of Cusseta to N of Juniper Chattahoochee, Marion, Talbot GA 32°17′54″N 84°47′26″W / 32.2982°N 84.7905°W / 32.2982; -84.7905 (Lumpkin (Nov. 23, EF1)) 2037–2057 21.08 mi (33.92 km) 75 yd (69 m) $32,500 The tornado began in Chattahoochee County, Georgia, entering Marion County before dissipating in Talbot County. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted in all three counties. [107][108]
[109]
EF0 S of Talbotton Talbot GA 32°36′54″N 84°33′05″W / 32.615°N 84.5513°W / 32.615; -84.5513 (Talbotton (Nov. 23, EF0)) 2101–2105 3.16 mi (5.09 km) 50 yd (46 m) $5,000 The tornado produced mainly tree damage before lifting. [110]
EF2 Western Thomaston to Piedmont Upson, Lamar GA 32°53′40″N 84°21′01″W / 32.8945°N 84.3502°W / 32.8945; -84.3502 (Lumpkin (Nov. 23, EF2)) 2120–2136 10.98 mi (17.67 km) 200 yd (180 m) $45,000 A strong tornado began in Upson County, Georgia, snapping or uprooting numerous trees and destroying a small residential leasing office. Additional tree damage was observed in Lamar County. [111][112]
EF1 NW of Dyas to Juliette Monroe GA 32°52′54″N 84°01′04″W / 32.8818°N 84.0179°W / 32.8818; -84.0179 (Dyas (Nov. 23, EF1)) 2140–2201 20.02 mi (32.22 km) 70 yd (64 m) $30,000 Many trees were snapped or uprooted, one of which fell on a home. A barn was collapsed while another had a portion of its roof peeled off. A shed was destroyed. [113]
EF0 S of Milner Monroe GA 33°04′29″N 84°12′21″W / 33.0747°N 84.2059°W / 33.0747; -84.2059 (Milner (Nov. 23, EF0)) 2140–2144 1.44 mi (2.32 km) 40 yd (37 m) $10,000 Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted, and a metal building had its roof and wall panels blown off. [114]
EF1 ENE of Liberty Hill to SSW of Stewart Lamar, Butts, Newton GA 33°09′12″N 84°06′46″W / 33.1532°N 84.1128°W / 33.1532; -84.1128 (Liberty Hill (Nov. 23, EF1)) 2149–2214 21.55 mi (34.68 km) 100 yd (91 m) $32,000 A long-tracked tornado began in Lamar County, Georgia, snapping or uprooting numerous trees. In Butts County, additional trees were damaged, and roof panels were removed from small outbuildings. In Newton County, additional trees were snapped or uprooted. [115][116]
[117]
EF1 NNE of Sugar Hill to E of Klondike Houston, Pulaski GA 32°18′55″N 83°38′01″W / 32.3152°N 83.6336°W / 32.3152; -83.6336 (Sugar Hill (Nov. 23, EF1)) 2210–2217 6.4 mi (10.3 km) 50 yd (46 m) $55,000 Shingles were ripped from a home, an above-ground pool was destroyed, a tied-down double wide was pushed off of its foundation, with its roof peeled off as well, a shed was overturned, another shed was damaged, and another house had windows blown out. Additionally, trees were downed, a fence was damaged, and a boat was tossed over 100 feet (30 m) into a cotton field. [118][119]

December[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Enhanced Fujita rating
EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 12 4 3 1 0 0 20

December 12 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Friday, December 12, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF0 South Los Angeles Los Angeles CA 33°58′56″N 118°17′29″W / 33.9823°N 118.2913°W / 33.9823; -118.2913 (Los Angeles: Vermont-Slauson (Dec. 12, EF0)) 1720–1725 0.73 mi (1.17 km) 10 yd (9.1 m) $0 A weak tornado near the Augustus F. Hawkins High School in the Vermont-Slauson district of South Los Angeles caused roof damage to two homes and an apartment complex, in addition to damaging a steel billboard and downing trees. [120]

December 14 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Sunday, December 14, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF0 SW of Arcadia Oklahoma OK 35°37′N 97°23′W / 35.62°N 97.38°W / 35.62; -97.38 (Arcadia (Dec. 14, EF0)) 2309–2310 0.17 mi (0.27 km) 50 yd (46 m) $0 A brief tornado was observed; no damage occurred. [121]
EF0 NE of Harper Harper KS 37°17′29″N 98°00′35″W / 37.2915°N 98.0097°W / 37.2915; -98.0097 (Harper (Dec. 14, EF0)) 2338–2346 5.98 mi (9.62 km) 100 yd (91 m) $0 Several trees and tree limbs were downed, and a large hay bale was rolled across a road. [122]

December 15 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Monday, December 15, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF0 SW of Mize Smith MS 31°49′39″N 89°37′02″W / 31.8276°N 89.6172°W / 31.8276; -89.6172 (Mize (Dec. 15, EF0)) 2302–2306 1.53 mi (2.46 km) 50 yd (46 m) $6,000 Several trees and tree limbs were snapped, and a chicken house sustained roof damage. [123]
EF0 NNE of Bovina Warren MS 32°22′00″N 90°44′02″W / 32.3668°N 90.7339°W / 32.3668; -90.7339 (Bovina (Dec. 15, EF0)) 2356–0000 1.17 mi (1.88 km) 75 yd (69 m) $12,000 A mobile home was damaged, a site-built home sustained minor roof damage, and a few trees and power lines were downed. [124]
EF0 ESE of Tylertown Walthall MS 31°05′37″N 90°01′08″W / 31.0936°N 90.0188°W / 31.0936; -90.0188 (Dexter (Dec. 15, EF0)) 0518–0523 1.33 mi (2.14 km) 150 yd (140 m) $0 A barn and several chicken coops were damaged. [125]

December 23 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Tuesday, December 23, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF0 SW of Valdosta Lowndes GA 30°46′N 83°20′W / 30.77°N 83.33°W / 30.77; -83.33 (Valdosta (Dec. 23, EF0)) 1858–1900 0.1 mi (0.16 km) 25 yd (23 m) $0 A fire department reported a brief tornado; no known structural damage occurred. [126]
EF2 E of Amite Tangipahoa LA 39°43′44″N 90°28′48″W / 39.7289°N 90.4799°W / 39.7289; -90.4799 (Amite (Dec. 23, EF2)) 1919–1928 4.62 mi (7.44 km) 150 yd (140 m) $400,000 Numerous homes had varying degrees of roof damage, an unanchored 12 by 24 ft (3.7 by 7.3 m) shed was pushed off of its foundation, and another outbuilding was completely destroyed. One home suffered a wall collapse, two travel trailers were moved about 50 yards (46 m) and destroyed, and many trees were downed as well. Most damage was at EF1-strength, with a few small areas of EF2 damage. [127]
EF3 S of Columbia to ESE of Improve Marion MS 31°14′N 89°50′W / 31.23°N 89.83°W / 31.23; -89.83 (Columbia (Dec. 23, EF3)) 2020–2036 12.51 mi (20.13 km) 880 yd (800 m) $25,000,000 3 deaths – A very high-end EF3 tornado moved through southern and eastern parts of Columbia, along U.S. Highway 98, either heavily damaging or destroying numerous businesses, homes, mobile homes, and a National Guard building. The highest damage rating was given to a well-built home that was mostly destroyed and nearly reduced to its concrete-slab foundation. Many trees and power poles were downed as well. Two fatalities occurred at a mobile home in a mobile home park, and the other occurred at a strip mall. The tornado lifted just before reaching the Lamar County line. 50 people were injured. [128]
EF0 Southwest Sumrall Lamar MS 31°24′51″N 89°33′03″W / 31.4143°N 89.5509°W / 31.4143; -89.5509 (Sumrall (Dec. 23, EF0)) 2045 0.06 mi (0.097 km) 50 yd (46 m) $2,500 A brief tornado removed the tin roof from a daycare center and knocked down several large tree limbs. [129]
EF0 ENE of Sumrall Lamar MS 31°25′29″N 89°32′09″W / 31.4247°N 89.5358°W / 31.4247; -89.5358 (Sumrall (Dec. 23, EF0)) 2046–2047 0.24 mi (0.39 km) 50 yd (46 m) $23,000 A brief tornado caused minor roof damage to twelve homes in a subdivision. Several fences were damaged and two trees were downed as well. [130]
EF2 NW of Laurel Jones MS 31°41′55″N 89°13′26″W / 31.6986°N 89.2239°W / 31.6986; -89.2239 (Laurel (Dec. 23, EF2)) 2122–2127 5.89 mi (9.48 km) 350 yd (320 m) $2,200,000 2 deaths – Numerous homes and a large barn received roof damage, a small and frail wood-frame home was moved off of its foundation and leveled, and a large wooden shed and a mobile home were completely destroyed, with the undercarriage of the mobile home being thrown a considerable distance. Many trees and power lines and portions of a wooden fence were downed. [131]
EF0 ENE of Crandall Clarke MS 32°00′02″N 88°29′07″W / 32.0005°N 88.4854°W / 32.0005; -88.4854 (Crandall (Dec. 23, EF0)) 2227–2229 0.49 mi (0.79 km) 100 yd (91 m) $7,000 A brief tornado near the Alabama state line blew away a mobile home skirting and broke off a few trees and tree limbs. [132]

December 24 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Wednesday, December 24, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF1 SSW of Castle Hayne New Hanover NC 34°18′45″N 77°55′01″W / 34.3124°N 77.917°W / 34.3124; -77.917 (Castle Hayne (Dec. 24, EF1)) 1530–1531 0.2 mi (0.32 km) 25 yd (23 m) $60,000 A brief tornado near exit 17 on the south side of Interstate 140 north of Wrightsboro damaged a house, destroyed a large shed, moved a boxcar-type storage structure, and downed several trees. [133]
EF1 Bristol Pierce GA 31°24′22″N 82°15′04″W / 31.406°N 82.251°W / 31.406; -82.251 (Bristol (Dec. 24, EF1)) 1750–1754 5.69 mi (9.16 km) 100 yd (91 m) Unknown Trees were snapped, power lines were downed, and approximately seven homes sustained damage. [134]
EF0 WNW of Lancaster Fairfield OH 39°43′41″N 82°38′02″W / 39.728°N 82.634°W / 39.728; -82.634 (Lancaster (Dec. 24, EF0)) 2216–2217 0.63 mi (1.01 km) 30 yd (27 m) $15,000 A brief tornado near a shopping mall damaged a travel trailer, flipped a pickup truck, and blew windows out of several other vehicles. A storage building sustained roof damage and several trees and power poles were broken off as well. [135]

December 27 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Saturday, December 27, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF0 ESE of Shepherd Liberty TX 30°23′07″N 94°46′56″W / 30.3853°N 94.7823°W / 30.3853; -94.7823 (Shepherd (Dec. 27, EF0)) 1912–1915 0.23 mi (370 m) 75 yd (69 m) $10,000 The roof was torn from a mobile home, and trees and power lines were damaged. [136]
EF1 WNW of Spurger Tyler TX 30°40′58″N 94°15′19″W / 30.6829°N 94.2553°W / 30.6829; -94.2553 (Spurger (Dec. 27, EF1)) 2000–2006 4.25 mi (6.84 km) 50 yd (46 m) $15,000 Four homes sustained minor shingle loss, a few sheds, barns, carports, and garages had metal roofing peeled off, and numerous trees were snapped. [137]
EF1 SSE of Jasper Jasper TX 30°51′50″N 93°58′44″W / 30.864°N 93.979°W / 30.864; -93.979 (Jasper (Dec. 27, EF1)) 2035–2039 1.98 mi (3.19 km) 150 yd (140 m) $100,000 Three outbuildings, a carport, and a portion of a home (mainly the garage) were destroyed, an awning was damaged, and a fourth outbuilding lost part of its roof. Also, four vehicles were either damaged or destroyed, and many trees were downed. [138]

December 29 event[edit]

List of confirmed tornadoes – Monday, December 29, 2014[nb 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[nb 2] Summary Refs
EF2 Valdosta Lowndes GA 30°48′57″N 83°17′00″W / 30.8157°N 83.2833°W / 30.8157; -83.2833 (Valdosta (Dec. 29, EF2)) 1626–1630 0.74 mi (1.19 km) 180 yd (160 m) $750,000 A strong tornado impacted Langdale Forest Products on the south side of Valdosta, severely damaging or destroying several large metal buildings and tossing vehicles around 70 yards (64 m). It also flipped two rail cars, caused minor damage to a few other buildings, and downed trees and power lines. [139]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t 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 m n o p q r s t All damage totals are in 2014 USD unless otherwise stated.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Arkansas Event Report: EF0 Tornado. National Weather Service Weather Forecast Office in Little Rock, Arkansas (Report). National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. 2014. Retrieved April 16, 2015. 
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