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Turning Stormy in the Northwest

An active fall storm pattern developing in the Pacific Northwest this week will bring areas of heavy rain and high elevation snow. Northern California will benefit from rainfall this week that will aid firefighters given the recent large wildfires. Read More >

 

Note: A zip file containing GIS data for the 5/24/2011 tornado damage paths can be found here.

Tornadoes by Intensity
EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
3 2 2 2 2 1 12

 

Tornado
Number
Event
Tornado
ID
Storm Name Time
(CDT)
Length
of Path
(miles)
Width
of Path
(yards)
EF-
Scale
Killed Injured County Location
1 A1 Canton Lake 1520-1543 13 880 EF3 1 2 Dewey/ Blaine/ Major 3 W Canton - 6 WSW Fairview
2 B1 Lookeba 1531-1546 9 800 EF3 0 0 Caddo 4 WSW Lookeba - 4 NE Lookeba
3 A2 Fairview 1547-1551 0.7 80 EF0 0 0 Major 2 SW Fairview
4 B2 Calumet-El Reno-Piedmont-Guthrie 1550-1735 63 1760 EF5 9 181 Canadian/ Kingfisher/ Logan 4 ESE Hinton - 4 NE Guthrie
5 B3 Richland 1637-1638 1.5 50 EF0 0 0 Canadian 3 NW Richland
6 C1 Chickasha-Blanchard-Newcastle 1706-1801 33 880 EF4 1 48 Grady/ McClain/ Cleveland 2 S Chickasha - SW Oklahoma City (near SW 149th and Portland)
7 D1 Washington-
Goldsby
1726-1805 23 880 EF4 0 61 Grady/ McClain 2 W Bradley - 1 W Goldsby
8 C2 Newcastle 1745-1746 0.7 50 EF0 0 0 McClain 2 SW Newcastle
9 B4 Stillwater 1750-1805 10 880 EF2 0 0 Payne 8 SW - 3 ESE Stillwater
10 D2 Goldsby 1802 0.5 40 EF1 0 0 McClain 2.5 SE Goldsby
11 D3 McLoud 1836-1839 2  50 EF2 0 1 Pottawatmomie 4.5 SSW McLoud - 3.5 S McLoud
12 E1 Ravia 1930-1945 5 1200 EF1 0 0 Johnston 1 NNW Ravia - 3 NNE Tishomingo