List of tornadoes in the May 1995 tornado outbreak sequence

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The May 1995 tornado outbreak sequence produced 279 tornadoes between May 6 and May 19, 1995, across the Midwestern, Southern and Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. There were three particular outbreaks during that period: those of May 7 to May 9 across the southern Great Plains, May 13–14 across the Ohio and Mississippi Valleys and on May 18—the most intense outbreak—across the Tennessee Valley. Additional tornadoes touched down in the Southeast, the Middle Atlantic and the Central Plains during that period. A total of 13 people were killed during the entire outbreak sequence.

This is the list of confirmed tornadoes during the outbreak from May 6 to May 31, 1995.

Confirmed tornadoes[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Fujita rating
FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 206 107 47 15 8 0 383

May 6, 1995[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Fujita rating
FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
List of confirmed tornadoes - May 6, 1995
F#
Location
County
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Colorado
F0 SW of Wellington Larimer 1515 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
Source: Tornado History Project - Storm Data for May 6, 1995

May 7, 1995[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Fujita rating
FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 15 12 4 2 0 0 33
List of confirmed tornadoes - May 7, 1995
F#
Location
County
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Texas
F2 W of Amarillo Randall 0640 12 miles
(19.2 km)
1 death – This tornado touched down west of Canyon and lifted three miles southwest of Amarillo, Texas. About twenty homes were destroyed and twelve people were injured.[1] The tornado killed a man who was standing outside his mobile home and was tossed 130 feet (39.6 m). The tornado destroyed the mobile home in whose bathroom his wife and four children were sheltering, but they survived with only minor injuries.[1]
F0 SE of Spearman Hansford 1305 0.2 miles
(0.32 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
F0 NW of Windthorst Archer 1805 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
F0 WNW of Runaway Bay Jack 2017 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
F0 W of Bridgeport Wise 2025 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
A maintenance yard was damaged and a few trees were uprooted.
F3 SE of Forestburg to W of Marysville Montague, Cooke 2110 26 miles
(41.6 km)
2 deaths – This tornado destroyed or seriously damaged 30 or more homes, two mobile homes, and numerous barns and outbuildings. It killed two elderly people near Forestburg, and an undetermined number of cattle and cows were also killed.[1] The tornado was .5 miles (0.80 km) at times, and its track merged with that of the next event, below.[2]
F3 Bulcher to W of Ardmore, OK Cooke (TX), Love (OK), Carter (OK) 2120 34.1 miles
(54.6 km)
3 deaths – This tornado formed from the same storm that produced the previous tornado.[2] It crossed the Red River from Texas and hit a campground, the Red River RV Ranch, one mile west of Burneyville in Love County, Oklahoma. Shortly after, it struck the Falconhead Resort at high-end F3 intensity,[3] where it destroyed 20 homes and damaged 20 others, some of which were made of brick.[1] One home was reduced to one exterior wall and some interior walls. Further to the northeast, two elderly women were killed when their small home was blown across the road into a wooded area.[1] One mile further north, an elderly man was killed in the destruction of his small home. This tornado eventually caused $75,000,000 damage at Ardmore, Oklahoma, much of it to a tire plant where extensive exterior damage occurred and vehicles were "stacked on top of one another."[3]
F1 W of Magnolia Montgomery, San Jacinto 2225 8 miles
(12.8 km)
Two homes were destroyed.
F1 Coleman area Coleman 2252 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
One home was destroyed and several others were damaged.
F0 E of Millersview Concho 2300 0.2 miles
(0.32 km)
F0 NE of Burkett Coleman 2322 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Three homes were damaged and a barn was destroyed.
F0 NNW of Lake Brownwood Brown 0030 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Trees and power lines were downed.
F0 Rising Star to W of Gorman Eastland 0030 18 miles
(28.8 km)
Mobile homes, outbuildings and barns were damaged, some heavily.
F1 S of Rising Star Brown 0100 5 miles
(8 km)
One house was heavily damaged and a vacant mobile home and several outbuildings were destroyed.
F2 W of Hunt (1st tornado) Real 0141 2 miles
(3.2 km)
A barn, a mobile home and a half-mile of fencing were destroyed.
F0 S of Mountain Home Kerr 0210 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
F0 SW of Johnsville Erath 0220 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Several trees were uprooted while one cow was killed and 17 others were injured.
F1 W of Hunt (2nd tornado) Real 0236 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
One barn was destroyed and mobile homes were overturned.
F2 SE of Mountain Home Kerr 0236 2 miles
(3.2 km)
A grain elevator and a mobile home were destroyed while several cars were blown off Texas State Highway 7.[4]
F1 Haltom City to Grapevine Tarrant 0315 10 miles
(16 km)
485 homes and 27 businesses were damaged in the northern sections of the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex.
Oklahoma
F0 NNE of McQueen Greer 2056 0.2 miles
(0.32 km)
F1 Davis area Murray 2100 2 miles
(3.2 km)
F1 NE of Wynnewood Garvin 2110 6 miles
(9.6 km)
F1 Mill Creek area Johnston 2120 0.2 miles
(0.32 km)
F0 NE of Sasakwa Seminole 2145 0.2 miles
(0.32 km)
F0 SE of Spaulding Hughes 2155 1 miles
(1.6 km)
F2 E of Yeager Hughes 2208 6 miles
(9.6 km)
A tornado destroyed one barn and two outbuildings. A frame home was severely damaged, and two trailers were moved 75 feet (23 m) as well.[1] The tornado also severely damaged 40 trees.
F1 S of Dougherty Carter, Murray 2229 3 miles
(4.8 km)
F0 SE of Okemah Okfuskee 2238 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Damage to several homes and power lines.
F1 N of Sulphur Murray 2253 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Colorado
F0 SE of Roggen Weld 2239 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
Missouri
F1 NW of Nashville Barton 2245 5 miles
(8 km)
F1 NW of Weaubleau Hickory 0450 0.4 miles
(0.6 km)
A farm house, a barn, a shed and utility poles were damaged.
Source: Tornado History Project - Storm Data for May 7, 1995

May 8, 1995[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Fujita rating
FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 12 4 3 0 0 0 19
List of confirmed tornadoes - May 8, 1995
F#
Location
County
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Mississippi
F1 NW of Berwick to SW of Smithfield Amite 1915 15 miles
(24 km)
Two mobile homes were destroyed and seven homes were damaged.
F2 SW of Morton Rankin, Scott 2119 7 miles
(11.2 km)
One house sustained major damage.[4]
Colorado
F0 N of Paoli Phillips 2100 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
Nebraska
F1 S of Sterling Johnson 0115 0.8 miles
(1.3 km)
A playhouse was leveled, a shed was damaged, and a roof was lifted off of a house.
F2 SW of Auburn Nemaha 0122-0130 1.5 miles
(2.4 km)
This tornado extensively damaged a house, a farm and outbuildings. A second farmstead was also damaged.[4]
F0 S of Crab Orchard Johnson 0124 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
F0 Sterling area Johnson 0130 4 miles
(6.4 km)
A steel corn crib was blown off its foundation and the roof of a quonset was blown off.
F0 Brownville area Nemaha 0130 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
F1 SE of Julian Nemaha 0142 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Two farms were damaged including roof damage to a house, outbuildings and hog barns.
F0 W of Peru Nemaha 0145 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
F0 NE of Julian Otoe 0146 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
F0 W of Manley Cass 0333 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
F0 SW of Wabash Cass 0334 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
F0 NW of Alvo Cass 0345 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
F0 W of Alvo Cass 0346 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
F0 SE of Greenwood Cass 0346 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
Iowa
F0 SE of Hamburg Fremont 0258 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Louisiana
F2 Arabi area St. Bernard 0330 0.8 miles
(1.3 km)
A brief tornado overturned eight railroad tank cars and significantly damaged commercial buildings.[4]
F1 Slidell area St. Tammany 0433 2 miles
(3.2 km)
25 homes sustained damage, mostly to their roofs.
Source: Tornado History Project - Storm Data for May 8, 1995

May 9, 1995[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Fujita rating
FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 25 11 1 5 0 0 42
List of confirmed tornadoes - May 9, 1995
F#
Location
County
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Mississippi
F1 Springs area Jackson 1400 4 miles
(6.4 km)
Waterspout and tornado damaging trees, cars and commercial signs.
F1 SW of Big Point Jackson 1515 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Several houses were damaged.
F1 Gulf Hills area Jackson 0140 0.2 miles
(0.32 km)
Brief tornado with minor damage.
F1 NW of Lakeshore Hancock 0440 0.3 miles
(0.48 km)
Weak tornado.
Alabama
F0 NW of Prichard Mobile 1605 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Three mobile homes were damaged.
F0 NE of Wiggins Covington 1930 2 miles
(3.2 km)
The side of a mobile home was blown off, a pump house was overturned and trees and power lines were knocked down.
F0 SW of Martins Mill Talladega 0040 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Several structures had minor damage
F0 N of Grand Bay Mobile 0640 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Brief tornado with no damage.
Iowa
F0 Muscatine area (1st tornado) Muscatine 2043 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
F0 Muscatine area (2nd tornado) Muscatine 2106 0.2 miles
(0.32 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
F0 SE of Moscow Muscatine 2107 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
F2 SW of Mechanicsville Cedar 2111 7 miles
(11.2 km)
This tornado destroyed several buildings.[4]
F0 NW of Blue Grass Muscatine 2129 0.2 miles
(0.32 km)
A tornado heavily damaged or destroyed buildings on 26 farms. Nine homes were damaged, including one that was destroyed.[4] Rating disputed, ranked F3 by Grazulis.[4]
F0 SE of Stockton Scott 2150 0.2 miles
(0.32 km)
F3 S of New Liberty Fremont 2155 10 miles
(16 km)
This tornado destroyed several buildings in and near Stockton and New Liberty.[4]
F0 LeClaire area Scott 2240 0.2 miles
(0.32 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
F0 S of Princeton Scott 2240 0.2 miles
(0.32 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
F0 N of Donahue Scott 2240 0.2 miles
(0.32 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
F1 SW of Long Grove Scott 2245 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
There was damage to a car wash, a business garage, a Kwik shop and an insurance building.
Illinois
F0 NW of Alexander Morgan 2201 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
One home was damaged and a couple of sheds were destroyed.
F0 NE of Yatesville Morgan 2205 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Two homes were damaged and several outbuildings were destroyed.
F1 S of Cordova St. Clair 2217 3 miles
(4.8 km)
F3 NW of Springfield to S of Waynesville Sangamon, Menard, Logan 2222 50 miles
(80 km)
This long-tracked tornado destroyed four homes and damaged over 100 others as well as businesses, a farm and one school. The tornado lacked a visible condensation funnel at ground level at several points in its life.[4]
F0 Princeton area Bureau 2225 5 miles
(8 km)
F3 S of Rapids City Rock Island, Whiteside 2226 25 miles
(40 km)
This tornado heavily damaged outbuildings but only "moderately"[5] damaged two farmhouses. Rating disputed, ranked F2 by Grazulis.[5]
F0 W of Cuba Fulton 2235 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
F0 Canton area Fulton 2248 3 miles
(4.8 km)
Damage to trees and power lines. A communication tower was bent at a 45° angle.
F0 N of Geneseo Henry 2300 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
One mobile was blown over on its side
F3 Neponset to NE of Walnut Bureau 2301 22 miles
(35.2 km)
This tornado leveled a two-story farmhouse, leaving only bits of "kindling" behind in the basement.[5]
F3 NE of Albany Carroll 2301 unknown This tornado destroyed four homes and 36 farm buildings, while severely damaging several other houses. "Twisted metal" was driven into the ground.[5] The tornado may have tracked for 50 mi (80 km).[5]
F1 South Pekin area Tazewell 2304 4 miles
(6.4 km)
Several barns and four garages were destroyed as well as a railroad workers barracks. One house and a church were also damaged.
F0 E of Harmon Lee 2325 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
F0 SE of Walshville Montgomery 2338 0.2 miles
(0.32 km)
Brief tornado with no damage.
F0 NW of Hahnaman Whiteside 2345 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Weak tornado with little, if any, damage.
F0 SE of Irving Montgomery 0000 0.2 miles
(0.32 km)
Brief tornado with no damage.
F1 SW of Le Roy De Witt, McLean 0010 13 miles
(20.8 km)
Several outbuildings were destroyed. Three homes were damaged as well.
F1 E of Nokomis Montgomery 0015 0.7 miles
(1.1 km)
Several outbuildings were damaged, with a farm losing a machine shed and grain bin.
F1 SE of Oconee Shelby 0056 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Two mobile homes and several outbuildings were destroyed.
F0 SW of Saybrook McLean 0107 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Damage was limited to trees.
F1 N of Saybrook McLean 0113-0117 3 miles
(4.8 km)
Five homes were damaged and several outbuildings were destroyed.
F0 SW of Lakewood Shelby 0130 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Three barns were destroyed and several homes had minor damage.
F1 Thawville area Ford, Iroquois 0200 5 miles
(8 km)
Damage to a porch, two farms, an outbuilding and a brick home.
Source: Tornado History Project - Storm Data for May 9, 1995

May 10, 1995[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Fujita rating
FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 3 3 1 0 0 0 7
List of confirmed tornadoes - May 10, 1995
F#
Location
County
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Illinois
F0 Momence area Kankakee 1907 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
Tennessee
F0 W of Whitwell Marion 2200 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Four mobile homes were destroyed.
F1 SW of Athens McMinn 0325 3 miles
(4.8 km)
One barn lost its roof, the side of a building was blown off, a motor home was moved several feet, and a carport was blown down.
Kentucky
F1 SE of Ansel Pulaski 2200 1 miles
(1.6 km)
F0 N of Pineville Bell 2305 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Several barns lost their roofs and numerous trees and power lines were knocked down.
Texas
F2 W of Del Rio Val Verde 0250 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
This brief tornado damaged several mobile homes, trailers, boats, and houses near Lake Amistad.[5]
F1 Del Rio area Val Verde 0320 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Power lines were damaged.
Source: Tornado History Project - Storm Data for May 10, 1995

May 11, 1995[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Fujita rating
FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 2 1 0 0 0 0 3
List of confirmed tornadoes - May 11, 1995
F#
Location
County
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
North Carolina
F1 E of Buena Vista Bertie 2157 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Several sheds and outbuildings were damaged.
F0 E of Ulah Randolph 2326 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Damage occurred to trees and power lines.
Florida
F0 Reddick area Marion 0530 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
A greenhouse and a car were damaged.
Source: Tornado History Project - Storm Data for May 11, 1995

May 12, 1995[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Fujita rating
FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 7 4 3 0 0 0 14
List of confirmed tornadoes - May 12, 1995
F#
Location
County
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Louisiana
F1 Morgan City area St. Mary 1800 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
The roof of a building was torn off.
Kansas
F0 N of Colby Thomas 2012 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
F2 E of Colby Thomas 2015 18 miles
(28.8 km)
This tornado tore roofs off farm residences and storage buildings while destroying transmission towers. Significant crop damage occurred, and one mobile home was destroyed as well.[5]
F2 N of Menlo to NW of Hoxie Sheridan 2100 14 miles
(22.4 km)
Several homes lost their roofs while farm outbuildings were damaged. This tornado may have been continuous with the previous event.[5]
F2 NE of Tasco Sheridan 2145 0.8 miles
(1.3 km)
A brief tornado snapped large trees in open country. Rating disputed, ranked F1 by Grazulis.[5]
F1 E of Studley Graham 2150 0.2 miles
(0.32 km)
F0 S of Plainville (1st tornado) Ellis 2320 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
A silo was destroyed.
F0 W of Codell Rooks 2324 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
F0 S of Plainville (2nd tornado) Rooks 2345 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
F1 SW of Lucas Russell 0018 4 miles
(6.4 km)
Grain bins were destroyed while the roof of a feed store was removed.
F1 W of Denmark Lincoln 0030 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Several farm buildings sustained significant damage.
F0 SE of Bennington Ottawa 0201 3 miles
(4.8 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
Florida
F0 N of Trenton Gilchrist 2135 5 miles
(8 km)
Damage occurred to trees and power lines.
Colorado
F0 SE of Parker Douglas 0150 0.2 miles
(0.32 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
Source: Tornado History Project - Storm Data for May 12, 1995

May 13, 1995[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Fujita rating
FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 10 6 6 1 2 0 25
List of confirmed tornadoes - May 13, 1995
F#
Location
County
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Missouri
F2 N of Granger Scotland, Clark 2020 8 miles
(12.8 km)
A tornado destroyed several homes, businesses, barns, and outbuildings. Three people were injured: two in a vehicle and a third in a home.[5]
Illinois
F4 S of Niota Hancock, Henderson, Warren 2118 50 miles
(80 km)
This tornado severely damaged a school and destroyed several farm buildings, including homes, as well as mobile homes. The tornado leveled farmhouses, one of which was swept from its foundation, and hundreds of hogs were killed.[5] A car and a heating fuel tank were moved short distances as well.[5]
F2 NE of St. Augustine to NE of Maquon Knox 2218 14 miles
(22.4 km)
This long-lived tornado damaged or destroyed 18 homes, 12 "farm structures" and 14 pieces of farm equipment.[5] It also ruined 1,200 trees on a 10-acre (4.0 ha) orchard.[5]
F4 W of Lewistown Fulton 2255 7 miles
(11.2 km)
A short-tracked but intense tornado destroyed 12 homes and killed several livestock. A car was hurled more than 100 yards (91 m) into a field, and 45 people were injured.[6]
F3 N of Goofy Ridge to Tremont Mason, Tazewell 2315 25 miles
(40 km)
A tornado downed many trees, particularly in the Sand Ridge State Forest, and damaged or destroyed 61 homes and mobile homes.[6]
F1 Princeville area Peoria 2315 7 miles
(11.2 km)
Four homes and several outbuildings were heavily damaged destroyed. A country club also lost its roof.
F0 NW of West Hallock Peoria 2344 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
F0 NW of Congerville Woodford 0010 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
One home and five outbuildings were damaged and the roof of a mobile home was blown off.
F0 SW of Carlock McLean 0015 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Two homes and three outbuildings were damaged.
F1 Sabina area McLean 0215 4 miles
(6.4 km)
One home was destroyed and 14 others damaged. Several grain bins and outbuildings were also destroyed.
F0 NW of Papineau Iroquois 0225 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Some barns were damaged and the siding of a home was also damaged.
Arkansas
F0 NE of Cherokee City Benton 0058 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
F0 Rogers area Benton 0146 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
F0 S of Wesley Madison 0357 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Indiana
F1 NE of Leases Corner Cass 0313 2.8 miles
(4.5 km)
One home and a mobile home were destroyed while four other homes were damaged.
F1 NW of Mexico Miami 0324 1.5 miles
(2.4 km)
20 homes were damaged, two mobiles were destroyed, and the roof and steeple of a church were also damaged.
F2 N of North Union to NW of New Brunswick Montgomery, Boone 0358 14 miles
(22.4 km)
3 deaths – This tornado destroyed 17 homes and two businesses. A high school, two businesses and 36 other homes were damaged.[6] Fatalities occurred in rural prefabricated homes.[6]
F0 SW of Sharpsville Tipton 0425 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Damage occurred to trees and power lines.
F2 Indianapolis area Marion 0447 6.5 miles
(10.4 km)
This tornado damaged 30 homes, a school and five businesses in the Nora section of Indianapolis.[6]
Kentucky
F2 S of Fredonia Crittenden, Caldwell 0515 8 miles
(12.8 km)
This tornado destroyed farm buildings, including barns. It also turned a garage sideways, and one house lost its roof.[6] A storage tank was blown away and grain bins were moved. Several small pieces of farm equipment were destroyed.[6]
F2 NE of Lebanon Junction Hardin, Bullitt 0535 15 miles
(24 km)
One roof was damaged and trees were snapped. Rating disputed, ranked F1 by Grazulis.[6]
F1 W of Fort Knox Hardin 0548 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Weak tornado with unknown damage.
F1 NE of Cecilia Hardin 0625 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Brief tornado with unknown damage.
F0 NW of Bondville Mercer 0655 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Brief tornado with no damage.
F0 Frankfort area Franklin 0700 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
Source: Tornado History Project - Storm Data for May 13, 1995

May 14, 1995[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Fujita rating
FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 4 3 0 1 0 0 8
List of confirmed tornadoes - May 14, 1995
F#
Location
County
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Tennessee
F0 SW of Cookeville Putnam 0955 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Damage to a couple of storage buildings and a porch.
Texas
F0 W of Water Valley Tom Green 2338 0.2 miles
(0.32 km)
F0 S of Lowake Concho 0033 0.2 miles
(0.32 km)
F3 Mereta area Tom Green 0044 5 miles
(8 km)
A brief tornado destroyed 11 homes and significantly damaged other structures, including about 75 utility poles that were downed.[6]
F1 S of Vancourt Tom Green 0110 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
F1 SW of Veribest Tom Green 0114 0.4 miles
(0.6 km)
F0 E of Eola Concho 0122 0.2 miles
(0.32 km)
Kentucky
F1 S of Donansburg Green 0315 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Several homes lost their roofs.
Source: Tornado History Project - Storm Data for May 14, 1995

May 15, 1995[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Fujita rating
FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 10 3 1 1 0 0 15
List of confirmed tornadoes - May 15, 1995
F#
Location
County
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Tennessee
F0 Memphis area Shelby 1545 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Caused damage to trees and a light pole.
Mississippi
F0 NE of Hickory Flat Benton 1605 0.2 miles
(0.32 km)
Several homes were damaged.
South Carolina
F0 NE of Kinards Newberry 1953 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
F0 S of Eadytown Berkeley 2200 0.2 miles
(0.32 km)
A mobile home was blown off of its foundation.
Colorado
F0 SE of Sheridan Lake Kiowa 2345 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
Georgia
F1 SE of Garretta Laurens 2238 1 miles
(1.6 km)
A mobile home was knocked off its foundation.
Texas
F1 W of Magwalt Winkler 2339 0.8 miles
(1.3 km)
F0 SE of Flomot Motley 0020 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
F0 SW of Judkins Crane 0152 0.2 miles
(0.32 km)
Kansas
F0 SW of Tribune Greeley 0024 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
F0 S of Tribune Greeley 0035 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
F0 NE of Kendall Kearny 0108 0.2 miles
(0.32 km)
A pivot sprinkler and a mobile home were destroyed.
F1 S of Deerfield Kearny 0130 1 miles
(1.6 km)
A pivot sprinkler and a mobile home were destroyed.
F2 E of Garden City Gray 0315 3 miles
(4.8 km)
A tornado removed a roof from a house and blew a silo into a machine shed while downing trees and power lines.[6]
F3 NE of Pierceville Gray 0320 6 miles
(9.6 km)
This tornado destroyed a modular home, injuring three people, while damaging barns, pivot sprinklers, fences, and sheds.[6]
Source: Tornado History Project - Storm Data for May 15, 1995

May 16, 1995[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Fujita rating
FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 15 6 1 2 0 0 24
List of confirmed tornadoes - May 16, 1995
F#
Location
County
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Nebraska
F0 E of Daykin Jefferson 2140 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Caused damage to a center pivot and trees.
F0 W of Beatrice Gage 2225 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
A truck was thrown into a ditch.
F0 Wymore area Gage 2230 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Kansas
F3 W of Garden City, Kansas Finney 2316 10 miles
(16 km)
This tornado damaged two golf courses, roofs, power lines and a semi-trailer that was overturned. The tornado was rated F3 based on its appearance when filmed.[6] Rating disputed, ranked F1 by Grazulis.[6]
F0 NW of Pierceville Finney, Gray 2340 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
F0 E of Garden City Finney, Gray 2350 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
F0 E of Kalvesta Hodgeman 0049 2 miles
(3.2 km)
F0 W of Jetmore Hodgeman 0050 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
F0 N of Jetmore Hodgeman 0112 1.5 miles
(2.4 km)
F0 SW of Wilmington Wabaunsee 0115 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Some buildings, a barn and crops were damaged
F2 SW of Hanston Hodgeman 0139 2.5 miles
(4 km)
This tornado was rated F2 based on mobile Doppler weather radar data but only produced F1 damage.[6][7]
F3 SE of Gray Hodgeman, Pawnee 0146 7 miles
(11.2 km)
This tornado was rated F3 based on mobile Doppler data but only produced F1 damage.[6][7]
F0 NE of Gray Hodgeman, Pawnee 0157 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
F1 S of Baldwin City Douglas 0230 10 miles
(16 km)
Farm equipment, farm buildings and a motor-home were destroyed.
F1 SW of Edgerton Johnson 0250 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Some outbuildings had minor structural damage and several utility poles were snapped.
F0 SE of Edson Sherman 0340 0.2 miles
(0.32 km)
Weak tornado with no damage was filmed by police.
F0 N of Selkirk Greeley 0345 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
F0 NE of Horace Greeley 0431 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
F1 N of Beagle Miami 0545 8 miles
(12.8 km)
A mobile home was destroyed and another was overturned, resulting in five injuries. Trees were damaged as well.
F0 E of Friend Finney 0620 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Colorado
F1 SW of Kit Carson Cheyenne 0150 0.2 miles
(0.32 km)
A gas tank was turned over and a portions of a roof were blown off.
F0 S of McClave Bent 0358 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
Missouri
F1 N of Lacyville Bates 0610 5 miles
(8 km)
Damage to trees, utility poles and signs.
Texas
F1 NE of Lazbuddie Parmer 0655 0.3 miles
(0.5 km)
Source: Tornado History Project - Storm Data for May 16, 1995

May 17, 1995[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Fujita rating
FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 4 0 1 1 0 0 6
List of confirmed tornadoes - May 17, 1995
F#
Location
County
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Kansas
F0 W of Silver Lake Shawnee 0821 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Several buildings, a storage tank, and a shed were damaged.
Missouri
F3 SE of Deerfield to NW of Dederick Vernon 1434 14 miles
(22.4 km)
This tornado destroyed six homes and heavily damaged various other structures, including outbuildings and brick buildings. An anemometer recorded a peak gust of 107 miles per hour (172 km/h).[7]
F0 NE of Fristoe Benton 1545 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
Texas
F0 SE of Huntoon Ochiltree 1905 3 miles
(4.8 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
Oklahoma
F0 SE of Beaver Beaver 2016 2 miles
(3.2 km)
F2 SW of McWillie Woods, Alfalfa 2152 12 miles
(19.2 km)
This multiple-vortex tornado destroyed four homes that lost their roofs and downed trees and power lines.[7]
Source: Tornado History Project - Storm Data for May 17, 1995

May 18, 1995[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Fujita rating
FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 29 30 18 1 2 0 80
List of confirmed tornadoes - May 18, 1995
F#
Location
County
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Texas
F0 E of Wheelock Brazos 0830 1 miles
(1.6 km)
A barn was destroyed and a 60-foot (18 m) tower was downed.
F0 NE of Huffman Liberty 1300 1 miles
(1.6 km)
F0 W of Dayton Liberty 1308 1 miles
(1.6 km)
F1 NE of Liberty Liberty 1320 6.5 miles
(10.4 km)
This tornado injured 12 people.
F0 SW of Daisetta Liberty 1340 0.2 miles
(0.32 km)
Kentucky
F2 NW of Bohon Mercer 1035 1 miles
(1.6 km)
This tornado destroyed three houses and damaged five others. Barns were blown down as well.[7]
F2 NW of Bondville Mercer, Woodford 1035 1 miles
(1.6 km)
This tornado destroyed homes and flipped cars "upside down."[7]
F2 W of Morehead Rowan 1145 2 miles
(3.2 km)
This tornado was rated F2 based mainly on tree damage. Rating disputed, ranked F1 by Grazulis.[8]
F1 NE of Ovil Todd 2100 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
A barn and several small buildings were destroyed.
F1 S of Cadiz Trigg 2112 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Damage was limited to trees.
F2 W of Hopkinsville Trigg, Christian 2115 10 miles
(16 km)
This tornado damaged or destroyed six homes, two barns, and many mobile homes. One mobile home was moved 300 ft (91 m).[8]
F2 NE of Hardinsburg Breckinridge 2140 1 miles
(1.6 km)
This tornado damaged the roofs of some homes and businesses. Rating disputed, ranked F1 by Grazulis.[8]
F0 E of Edmonton Metcalfe 2204 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
F2 NE of Edmonton Metcalfe 2210 3 miles
(4.8 km)
This tornado destroyed a mobile home and three barns, while damaging several homes and a factory.[8]
F2 Radcliff area Hardin 2215 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
A tornado caused damage to several buildings. Rating disputed, ranked F1 by Grazulis.[9]
F2 NW of Bowling Green Warren 2225 2.5 miles
(4 km)
A tornado damaged or destroyed several homes and businesses.[8]
F2 Bowling Green area Warren 2230 1.5 miles
(2.4 km)
An "intermittent" tornado damaged or destroyed numerous homes and businesses on the north side of Bowling Green.[8]
F1 Shepherdsville Bullitt 2230 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Damage to barns, buildings and mobile homes.
F2 N of Polkville Warren 2247 5 miles
(8 km)
A tornado damaged or destroyed several homes and businesses.[8]
F1 W of Barnesburg Pulaski 2300 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
A mobile home was damaged.
F2 E of East Bernstadt Laurel 2310 3 miles
(4.8 km)
A tornado destroyed a furniture business and damaged several other buildings. Trees were downed as well.[9]
F0 NE of Manchester Clay 2310 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
F0 S of Wilstacy Breathitt 2325 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
F2 E of Atro to NE of Lebum Perry, Knott 2330 24 miles
(38.4 km)
This tornado destroyed rural buildings as it crossed rugged terrain.[9]
Missouri
F1 SE of Hanna Pulaski 1525 1 miles
(1.6 km)
A building at a gravel company was damaged, as were two barns. A trailer was also overturned.
F2 Festus area Jefferson, Ste. Genevieve 1705 7.2 miles
(11.5 km)
This tornado damaged four homes and did minor roof damage to apartments. Trees and power lines were downed as well, and sheds were damaged.[8]
F1 SW of Cape Girardeau Cape Girardeau 1829 8 miles
(14.4 km)
Outbuildings and barns were destroyed.
Tennessee
F1 NE of White Bluff Dickson 1658 1 miles
(1.6 km)
One home was destroyed by falling trees, and nine others were damaged.
F2 Goodlettsville to Gallatin Davidson, Sumner 1730 15 miles
(24 km)
This tornado destroyed 35 apartments and three mobile homes. Several businesses were also damaged.[8] The Gallatin Civic Center suffered extensive damage to its swimming pool, and a school in Westmoreland had significant roof damage.[8] 500 cars were damaged at an auto dealership.
F1 NW of Green Grove Macon 1815 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Two barn were blown down and several homes were damaged. 80 tombstones were blown over.
F2 SE of Cates to NE of Brownsville, KY Lake, Obion, Fulton (KY) 1855 24 miles
(38.4 km)
This tornado destroyed a barn and six grain silos, while some homes sustained damage to roofs, windows, and sidings.[8] Crops were also damaged and two horses were killed. Damage to trees and a few roofs occurred in Kentucky.[8]
F0 SE of Warren Fayette 1855 1 miles
(1.6 km)
A few trees were damaged.
F0 SW of Montezuma Hardeman, Chester 1855 8 miles
(12.8 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
F0 Lexington area Henderson 1955 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
A few trees were damaged.
F0 SE of Waynesboro Wayne 2130 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
A few trees were damaged.
F4 SE of St. Joseph to Ethridge to NE of Liberty Hill Lawrence, Giles 2152 29 miles
(46.4 km)
3 deaths – This intense tornado destroyed 34 houses, 16 mobile homes and a business, especially in the Amish town of Ethridge.[8] 98 homes, three mobile homes and two buildings were damaged. The tornado destroyed six Tennessee Valley Authority transmission towers, three of which reportedly vanished.[8] Corn stalks were pulled out from the ground as well.
F0 N of Eagleville Rutherford 2155 8 miles
(14.4 km)
Five homes and a business were damaged.
F0 N of Green Hill DeKalb, Warren 2230 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Damage was limited to trees.
F0 Liberty Hill area Giles 2247 3 miles
(4.8 km)
40 buildings were damaged.
F0 SW of Oak Plains Cheatham 2250 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Damage was limited to trees.
F1 E of Millersville Sumner 2252 3 miles
(4.8 km)
Damage was limited to trees.
F1 Shelbyville to W of Hillcrest Bedford, Coffee 2300 16 miles
(25.6 km)
A fire hall and a mobile home were destroyed. Four barns, a supermarket, a few homes and several businesses were damaged. One horse was killed.
F0 NW of Coopertown Robertson 2315 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
A few trees were damaged.
F3 Crossville area Cumberland 2321 9 miles
(14.4 km)
This tornado destroyed 11 homes, two businesses and 14 mobile homes while damaging several other homes.[9]
F0 N of Manchester Coffee 2330 1 miles
(1.6 km)
A house trailer was overturned
F0 Coalfield area Morgan 2350 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Damage to trees and power lines.
F0 SE of Spencer Van Buren 0045 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Damage to power lines.
F1 NE of Crossville Cumberland 0130 2 miles
(3.2 km)
30 homes and house trailers were damaged.
F1 Knoxville area Knox 0200 2 miles
(3.2 km)
A dozen homes were damaged.
F0 NE of Antioch Loudon 0300 1 miles
(1.6 km)
A houseboat was torn loose from a boat dock.
Illinois
F1 Waterloo area Monroe 1737 0.6 miles
(1 km)
A business sustained roof damage and several homes were also damaged.
F2 SW of Wartburg Monroe 1740 4 miles
(6.4 km)
This tornado heavily damaged the upper story of a brick home and "flattened" farm buildings.[8]
F1 E of Wartburg Monroe 1742 4.5 miles
(7.2 km)
Two homes had damage, farm buildings were blown down and two grain bins were toppled.
F0 SE of Waterloo Monroe 1744 6 miles
(9.6 km)
20 homes and businesses and two barns were damaged. Two farms also sustained damage including to grain bins, barns and house roofs.
F2 E of Burksville Monroe 1746 4.2 miles
(6.7 km)
This tornado produced minor roof damage to five homes. Garages and utility buildings lost roofs and walls as well.[8] The tornado also heavily damaged a store and a storage building. Rating disputed, ranked F1 by Grazulis.[8]
F0 S of Roachtown St. Clair 1746 0.4 miles
(0.6 km)
An outbuilding was damaged.
F1 SW of Hecker Monroe 1748 4.8 miles
(7.7 km)
Five houses and two barns were damaged.
F0 Darmstadt area St. Clair, Washington 1805 8 miles
(12.8 km)
F0 E of Tilden Randolph, Washington 1815 6 miles
(9.6 km)
F0 SE of Tilden Randolph 1817 3.5 miles
(5.6 km)
F0 E of Plum Hill Washington 1826 7.5 miles
(0.16 km)
F1 S of Addieville to S of Hoyleton Washington 1828 18 miles
(28.8 km)
Several homes, two utility buildings, a grain silo and farm buildings were damaged while a radio tower was destroyed.
F0 SE of Williamsburg Jefferson 1850 0.3 miles
(0.5 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
F1 SW of Patton Wabash 2025 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Three homes were damaged.
District of Columbia
F0 Washington District of Columbia 1722 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Trees were downed at the National Arboretum.
Maryland
F1 Seat Pleasant area Prince George's 1830 0.3 miles
(0.5 km)
Three businesses and two homes were damaged.
F2 S of Denton Talbot, Caroline 1930 10 miles
(16 km)
Two homes, a barn and two chickens houses were destroyed while at least 10 other structures were damaged. 40 000 chickens/birds were killed and hundreds of trees were toppled.
Louisiana
F1 E of Carson Beauregard 1935 0.3 miles
(0.5 km)
Several homes sustained roof damage.
F1 Oakdale area Allen 2030 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
A hospital sustained minor damaged and a nurse was injured.
F1 NE of Beaver Evangeline 2030 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
A few homes were damaged.
F1 Baker area East Baton Rouge 0000 0.3 miles
(0.5 km)
One home sustained roof damage.
F1 SE of Daspit Iberia 0217 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
A home and a mobile home were damaged.
Indiana
F1 SW of Shoals Martin 2100 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Damage to trees and power lines.
Mississippi
F0 E of Booneville Prentiss 2140 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Several homes were damaged.
F1 N of Ratliff Lee, Itawamba 2244 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Outbuildings were destroyed and signs were blown down.
F0 NE of Increase Lauderdale 0223 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Weak tornado with no damage.
F1 NE of Derby Pearl River 0610 0.3 miles
(0.5 km)
A mobile home was damaged.
Alabama
F1 E of Muscle Shoals Colbert 1605 6.5 miles
(10.4 km)
Five houses and three mobile homes were damaged.
F4 NW of Athens to N of Hollytree Limestone, Madison, Jackson 2233 39 miles
(62.4 km)
1 deathSee article on this tornado
F1 E of Green Hill Lauderdale 0003 1.5 miles
(2.4 km)
10 homes were destroyed and several barns were destroyed.
Source: Tornado History Project - Storm Data for May 18, 1995

May 19, 1995[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Fujita rating
FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
List of confirmed tornadoes - May 19, 1995
F#
Location
County
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
North Carolina
F1 S of Raeford Hoke 1238 6 miles
(9.6 km)
Caused damage to trees and mobile homes.
Source: Tornado History Project - Storm Data for May 19, 1995

May 21, 1995[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Fujita rating
FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 3 0 1 0 0 0 4
List of confirmed tornadoes - May 21, 1995
F#
Location
County
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Nebraska
F0 S Elsie Perkins 17:30:00 0.5 A small tornado that touched down for 2-4 minutes in open country.
F2 ESE Madrid Perkins 16:33:00 5 Miles $50K-$500K, A tornado touched down just to the northeast of Madrid and moved to the southeast at 15 miles an hour. The tornado was on the ground for approximately 15 minutes and caused damage to six pivot irrigation systems. A dozen light poles were taken out leaving Elsie without power for 12 hours. A barn, granaries, and other buildings were also severely damaged.[10]
South Dakota
F0 S of Mina Lake Edmunds 20:30:00 0.1
F0 N of Gettysburg Potter 19:55:00 0.1 $5K-$50K
Source: Tornado History Project - Storm Data for May 21, 1995

May 22, 1995[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Fujita rating
FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 16 4 1 0 0 0 21
List of confirmed tornadoes - May 22, 1995
F#
Location
County
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Kansas
F0 1S Pratt Pratt 15:53 CDT 1 mile Hail the size of cantaloupes was reported. Unspecified damage was done.[11]
F0 Trego Center Trego 16:03:00 CDT 0.5 Miles
F0 SE of Burdett Pawnee 16:10:00 CDT 0.2 miles
F0 Hanston Hodgeman 16:15:00 CDT 0.2 miles
F0 W of Pretty Prairie Reno 16:55:00 CST 0.1 miles
F0 Arlington Reno 16:55:00 CST 0.1 miles
F1 S Antonino Ellis 17:10:00 CDT 1.5 Miles Damage was $1 million done to crops across the county.
F0 Hugoton Stevens 17:59:00 CDT 0.2 miles
F0 S Hugoton Stevens 18:01:00 CDT 0.5 miles
F0 S of Halstead Harvey 18:05:00 CST 0.1 miles
F0 Bentley Sedgwick 18:05:00 CST 0.1 miles
F0 Hugoton Stevens 17:59:00 CDT 0.2 miles
F0 Iuka Pratt 18:21:00 CDT 0.5 miles
F0 Hugoton Stevens 18:25:00 CDT 0.5 miles
F2 Stevens County, Kansas Stevens 18:50:00. 3.5 Miles Tornado heavily damaged two farms and destroyed five pivot irrigation sprinklers. Property Damage of 300K. [12]
F0 WNW of Liberal Seward 19:05:00 2.5 Miles No damage reported, but rated F1 based on observation.
F1 S St. John Stafford 19:18:00. 1 Miles
Oklahoma
F0 S Texola Beckham 20:11:00.0 0.1 Miles
Texas
F1 NE Stinnett Hutchinson 15:14:00 CST 2 miles
F0 NNW of White Deer Carson 15:15:00 CST 0.5 miles
F0 W Wheeler Wheeler 18:18:00 CST 1 mile
F0 NE Lela Wheeler 19:35:00 CST 0.3 miles
F0 E Shamrock Wheeler 20:01:00 CST 1 mile
Source: Tornado History Project - Storm Data for May 22, 1995

May 23, 1995[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Fujita rating
FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2
List of confirmed tornadoes - May 23, 1995
F#
Location
County
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Texas
F0 NE of Aspermont, TX Stonewall 15:54:00 0.1
F1 Del Rio, TX Val Verde 21:06:00 0.1 A severe thunderstorm produced heavy rain, followed by damaging wind and finally a tornado as it moved into the Del Rio area. Winds damaged a houseboat and small outbuildings at Lake Amistad as the storm approached the city. Damage was reported to trees as it entered the western edge of the city. As much as three to five inches of rain, in less than a half-hour, produced widespread flooding along San Gabriel Creek, causing damages to homes and buildings. Nearly two dozen motorists were stranded in their vehicles in high water and had to be rescued. Widespread power outages were reported across Del Rio.[13]
Source: Tornado History Project - Storm Data for May 23, 1995

May 24, 1995[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Fujita rating
FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 2 1 0 0 0 0 3

May 25, 1995[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Fujita rating
FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 3 1 0 0 0 0 4

May 26, 1995[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Fujita rating
FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 10 1 0 0 0 0 11

May 27, 1995[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Fujita rating
FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 19 5 1 1 3 0 29

May 28, 1995[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Fujita rating
FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 1 3 2 0 0 0 6

May 29, 1995[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Fujita rating
FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 1 5 2 0 1 0 9

May 30, 1995[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Fujita rating
FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 3 0 0 0 0 0 3

May 31, 1995[edit]

Confirmed tornadoes by Fujita rating
FU F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 10 2 0 0 0 0 12

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f Grazulis 1997, pp. 1372–3
  2. ^ a b Goodge 1995, p. 209
  3. ^ a b Goodge 1995, p. 163
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i Grazulis 1997, p. 1374
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Grazulis 1997, p. 1375
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Grazulis 1997, p. 1376
  7. ^ a b c d e f Grazulis 1997, p. 1377
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q Grazulis 1997, p. 1378
  9. ^ a b c d Grazulis 1997, p. 1379
  10. ^ [1] NOAA Storm Event Database (1995-05-21 16:33:00.0 CST)
  11. ^ [2] NOAA Storm Database – 5/22/1995 Pratt, KS
  12. ^ [3] NOAA Storm Database 5/22/1995 STEVENS CO., KS
  13. ^ [4] NOAA Storm Event Database - 5/23/1995

Bibliography[edit]

  • Goodge, Grant W., ed. (1995), "Storm Data and Unusual Weather Phenomena", Storm Data, 37 (5): 9–243
  • Grazulis, Thomas (1997), Significant Tornadoes Update, 1992–1995, St. Johnsbury, Vermont: Environmental Films, ISBN 978-1879362048
  • Grazulis, Thomas (2001), The Tornado: Nature’s Ultimate Windstorm, Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, ISBN 978-0-8061-3538-0