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Wildire Danger Continues in Southern California

High pressure building into the Western U.S. will create strong offshore winds in southern California. Temperatures in this region are unseasonably hot, and conditions are dry. The combination of these strong winds and dry conditions will bring fire danger to portions of southern California. Red Flag Warnings are in effect here. Any new fires in this region could quickly grow out of control. Read More >

 
Tornadoes by Intensity
F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Total
0 2 5 3 0 0 10
 
Event
#
Event
Tornado
ID
Date Time
(CST)
Length
of Path
(miles)
Width
of Path
(yards)
F-Scale Killed Injured State County Location
1 A1 03/13/1990 1644-1737 28 200 F2 0 1 OK Grady/ McClain/ Cleveland 1 W Bradley - Washington - Noble - 5 NE Noble
2 B1 03/13/1990 1715-1755 19 200 F3 0 0 OK Grant 5 NE Nash - 7 NE Wakita
3 A2 03/13/1990 1731-1805 18 150 F2 0 0 OK McClain/ Cleveland 2 W Criner - 5 SE Noble
4 A3 03/13/1990 1753-1803 5 50 F1 0 0 OK Cleveland Little River S.P. - 4 SW Stella
5 B2 03/13/1990 1754-1855 22 200 F3 0 0 OK/ KS Grant/ Sumner 8 NE Wakita OK - 7 WSW Caldwell KS - 3 SW Mayfield KS
6 A4 03/13/1990 1759-1845 19 200 F2 0 1 OK Cleveland/ Pottwatomie/ Lincoln 1 SW Stella - Stella - 4 W Meeker
7 C1 03/13/1990 1801-1900 21 73 F1 0 0 OK Jefferson/ Stephens 5 W Waurika - 3 SW Loco
8 C2 03/13/1990 1858-1937 22 200 F3 0 1 OK Jefferson/ Stephens/ Carter 5 SSW Loco - Ratliff City - 3 NE Ratliff City
9 C3 03/13/1990 1950-2045 28 150 F2 0 0 OK Garvin 8 SSW Elmore City - Pauls Valley - 4 SW Byers
10 D1 03/13/1990 2010-2020 9 340 F2 0 0 OK Creek/ Okmulgee 6 SE Slick - 3 NW Beggs
 
Tornaoes That Occurred in Oklahoma on March 13, 1990