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December 29, 1865
Counties:  Warren
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Narrative:  A tornado unroofed and blew out the walls of a bank in Bowling Green.

January 17, 1870
Counties:  Barren
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Deaths:  8
Injuries:  30
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Time:  6:00am
Narrative:  A tornado moved northeast from near Park City to Cave City.  Fifty homes were damaged or destroyed, mostly in and near Cave City.  Some of the dead were found 300 yards from where they were sleeping.  The Masonic Hall and two churches were destroyed.  The track may very well have continued on past Barren County.

February 12, 1880
Counties:  Lincoln
F-scale:  F2
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Time:  12:30pm
Narrative:  Coincidentally enough, a tornado hit Lincoln County on Abraham Lincoln's birthday.  Homes and other buildings were unroofed at Crab Orchard Springs.

February 19, 1884
Counties:  Nelson, Spencer
F-scale:  F2
Deaths:  1
Injuries:  30
Path width:  200 yards
Path length: 9 miles
Time: 4:30pm
Narrative:  Moved east from south of High Grove, to seven miles west of Fairfield, to two miles east of Fairfield.  A man was killed in a tobacco barn, and thirty people were injured in the High Grove area as at least six homes were destroyed.  The funnel may have been aloft over Fairfield.  This tornado was part of the "Enigma Outbreak", when sixty tornadoes swept through the southeast United States.

February 19, 1888
Counties:  Logan
F-scale:  F1
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Path width:  100 yards
Path length:  1 mile
Time:  8:30pm (approx.)
Notes:  Houses were twisted and trees uprooted.  Part of a large outbreak across Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky. 

February 25, 1891
Counties:  Henry
F-scale:  F3
Deaths:  2
Injuries:  15
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Time:  1:00am
Narrative:  Homes of all sizes were destroyed near New Castle.  Barn timbers were carried a mile.  Cattle and horses were killed.

February 7, 1904
Counties:  Washington, Mercer
F-scale:  F2
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  11
Path width: 
Path length:  15 miles
Time:  3:00am
Narrative:  Moved east from ten miles west of Harrodsburg.  The worst damage was at Cornishville, where seven homes, a church, and a bridge were destroyed.  Other barns and homes were unroofed.

February 7, 1904
Counties:  Ohio
F-scale:  F2
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Path length:  5 miles
Time:  3:45am
Narrative:  Moved east-northeast from Dundee to Narrows.  Thirty homes and six businesses were destroyed at Narrows (virtually the entire village).  Twelve more homes were destroyed at Dundee.

February 7, 1904
Counties:  Hardin
F-scale:  F2
Deaths:  0
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Path width:   250 yards
Path length:  3 miles
Time:  4:25am
Narrative:  Moved northeast along the southeast edge of Cecilia.  A "substantial" brick church was leveled, as were many barns.  Homes were unroofed.  Trees pointed in towards the center on both sides of the track.

December 4, 1916
Counties:  Ohio
F-scale:  F2
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:   100 yards
Path length:  10 miles
Time:  3:30pm
Narrative:  Moved east-northeast seven miles north of Hartford.  This tornado "bounced like a rubber ball" and destroyed several homes.

January 19, 1928
Counties:  Jefferson KY
F-scale:  F2
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  17
Path width:  50 yards
Path length: 16 miles
Time:  7:20am
Narrative:  This unusual January tornado touched down southwest of Shively and moved east-northeast.  The tornado lifted near Anchorage after cutting a narrow path through the south suburbs of Louisville.  About a hundred homes were unroofed or damaged.  The first damage was to a farm on Lower Hunters Trace Road.  The tornado quickly strengthened and caused quite a bit of damage in Saint Helens, just southwest of Shively.  Damage was reported at Rockford Station (Rockford Lane and 18th Street Road -- now Dixie Highway).  On Stewart Avenue a house lost its roof.  The tornado then weakened or possibly lifted as it passed through or over Jacobs, where little damage occurred.  The tornado then touched back down or strengthened as it entered Wyandotte-Oakdale.  Damage was widespread along Dresden and Longfield Avenues, with damage on Longfield reported at the addresses of 812, 713, 716, and at 715 the house was "twisted."  A house lost its roof at 570 Dresden Avenue, with additional damage at 550 and 552 Dresden.  The tornado proceeded to the northeast across the southeastern section of Churchill Downs -- click here to see a map of how close the tornado came to the twin spires (the path of the tornado is outlined by the thick white lines).  The tornado's worst damage then occurred in the 3800 block of Southern Parkway, with walls blown out of homes at the addresses of 3833, 3831, 3855, 3844, 3848, and 3850.  Three brick houses were completely wrecked.  The last significant damage occurred on High Street near Boxley Avenue where a house was unroofed and several cottages were damaged.  Damage between this location (just east of Cardinal Stadium) and Anchorage was very light and spotty.  J. L. Kendall and Grady Norton, meteorologists with the Weather Bureau, surveyed that damage and called the event, "a true tornado."

January 19, 1928
Counties:  Jefferson KY
F-scale:  F2
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  50 yards
Path length:  4 miles
Time:  7:20am
Narrative:  This tornado moved east-northeast from one mile northwest of Fern Creek, traveling parallel to the previously mentioned tornado.  One barn was destroyed, and others were damaged.

January 18, 1929
Counties:  Green, Taylor
F-scale:  F2
Deaths:  2
Injuries:  5
Path width:    100 yards
Path length:  12 miles
Time:  4:00pm
Narrative:  Moved east from near Summersville to near Campbellsville.  The deaths were in a home near the county line.

January 18, 1929
Counties:  Hardin, LaRue
F-scale:  F3
Deaths:  1
Injuries:  5
Path width:    800 yards
Path length:  10 miles
Time:  4:00pm
Narrative:  One "substantial" home and four barns were destroyed as a tornado moved northeast at Sonora.  Many other buildings were damaged.  This day's wind damage throughout the state of Kentucky totaled $1,000,000.

February 20, 1951
Counties:  Shelby
F-scale:  F2
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Path width:  70 yards
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Time:  6:00pm
Noted discrepancies:  SPC and NCDC call this an F2, Grazulis does not list it.  SPC gives a path length of 1/10 of a mile, NCDC provides no length.  SPC gives a path width of 70 yards, NCDC provides no width.

December 9, 1952
Counties:  Hancock, Perry (from Daviess)
F-scale:  F3
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  3
Path width:   880 yards
Path length:  32 miles
Time:  3:00pm
Grazulis Narrative:  Moved northeast, striking the northern part of Tell City.  There were three homes destroyed in Kentucky, and $200,000 damage.  Many barns were destroyed in Indiana, where there was $300,000 damage.  Most of the Indiana damage was from wind-driven hail.
Noted discrepancies:  SPC and NCDC call this an F3, Grazulis an F2.  SPC and NCDC give a time of 3:00pm, Grazulis 2:30pm.  SPC gives a path length of 70 miles, NCDC gives 35 miles, Grazulis gives 32 miles.   SPC gives a path width of 880 yards, NCDC gives 30 yards, Grazulis says 400 yards.  Grazulis mentions this was probably a family of tornadoes.  NCDC or Grazulis must have the better path length...SPC entry looks to be an entry error.  Storm Data says the tornado crossed from Kentucky into Indiana at Tell City with a "total path length in both states" of 32 miles.

January 22, 1957
Counties:  Logan
F-scale:   F1
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Time:  3:30pm
Noted discrepancies:  None.

January 21, 1959
Counties:  Grayson
F-scale:  F3
Deaths:  3
Injuries:  5
Path width:  100 yards
Path length:  7 miles
Time:  12:30pm
Grazulis Narrative:   Moved northeast in and near Neafus, Steff, Spring Lick, Goffs, Short Creek, Staff, and Caneyville.  Four homes were destroyed in Neafus, and two each in Steff and Spring Lick.  Ten buildings were destroyed on a farm.
Noted discrepancies:  SPC, Storm Data, and NCDC list no injuries, but Grazulis lists 5.  SPC gives a path width of 10 yards, NCDC 30 yards, Grazulis 100 yards.

February 10, 1959
Counties:  Clark IN
F-scale:  F2
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
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Time:  4:00am
Grazulis Narrative:   A house and a garage were destroyed at New Washington.
Noted discrepancies:  SPC gives a path length of 1/10 of a mile...NCDC and Grazulis give nothing.  SPC gives a path width of 10 yards, NCDC and Grazulis give nothing.  Storm Data erroneously lists this tornado in Jefferson County IN.

January 11, 1963
Counties:  Scott IN
F-scale:  F2
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  150 yards
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Time:  11:35pm
Grazulis narrative:  Moved northeast from three miles north of Scottsburg.  Several homes and barns were damaged or destroyed.
Noted discrepancies:  SPC and NCDC rank this as an F2, Grazulis calls it an F3.  SPC/NCDC begin the tornado west of Scottsburg...Grazulis starts it north of Scottsburg.  SPC/NCDC stop the tornado where Grazulis starts it (Grazulis then moves it northeast for 5 miles).  Storm Data says the tornado moved northeast and crossed I-65 three miles north of Scottsburg.

January 24, 1964
Counties:  Grayson
F-scale:  F1
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Time:  8:16pm
Notes: Narrow swath through thick timber, evidence of rotary motion.
Noted discrepancies:  SPC gives a path width of 10 yards and a path length of 1/10 of a mile...NCDC gives nothing for either.  The only Kentucky event on this day in Storm Data is in Fulton County because the report for this tornado came in too late for inclusion in the publication.

January 24, 1964
Counties:  Hardin
F-scale:  F1
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Time:  9:00pm
Notes: One to two miles west of Sonora a large barn with corrugated iron siding was completely torn from its foundation, with corrugated iron sheets extending about 0.25 mile across two fields. A 12" diameter oak tree was twisted off in the center of the damage path. Definite indication of rotary motion in the damage path according to the Louisville Weather Bureau surveyor. Two other barns were damaged though not destroyed.
Noted discrepancies:  SPC gives a path width of 10 yards and a path length of 1/10 of a mile...NCDC gives nothing for either.  The only Kentucky event on this day in Storm Data is in Fulton County because the report for this tornado came in too late for inclusion in the publication.

January 24, 1964
Counties:  Hardin
F-scale:  F1
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Time:  9:45pmNotes: Manager of radio station WIEL relayed a report of considerable damage, with indications of a circular patter in the debris, at the rear of an athletic field at a dependent school.
Noted discrepancies:  SPC gives a path width of 10 yards and a path length of 1/10 of a mile...NCDC gives nothing for either.  The only Kentucky event on this day in Storm Data is in Fulton County because the report for this tornado came in too late for inclusion in the publication.  The SPC/NCDC lat/lon pairs actually put this tornado in Meade County. There was minor tree damage in Meade County, but so far this project has been unable to find any documentation of a tornado there.

December 11, 1967
Counties:  Washington IN
F-scale:  F1
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Time:  1:30pm
Noted discrepancies:  SPC gives a path width of 10 yards...NCDC 30 yards.

December 15, 1971
Counties:  Warren
F-scale:  F0
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Time:  8:30am
Noted discrepancies:  Storm Data says this tornado touched down at Beech Bend Park four miles northwest of Bowling Green...should say northeast.

January 13, 1976
Counties:  Harrison IN
F-scale:  F0
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Time:  2:50pm
Noted discrepancies:  None

February 21, 1993
Counties:  Henry
F-scale:  F0
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Time:  3:50pm
Noted discrepancies:  Storm Data says this tornado touched down near Port Royal.

January 4, 1997
Counties:  Clinton
F-scale:  F1
Deaths:  1
Injuries:  2
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Time:  10:55pm
Notes:  Storm Data mentions damage on KY 1590 half a mile west of Albany.

January 24, 1997
Counties:  Barren
F-scale:  F2
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Time:  5:40pm
Noted discrepancies:  Storm Data lists this and the following tornado as one.
Notes:  Storm Data says this tornado touched down south of Glasgow and did damage along KY 90.

January 24, 1997
Counties:  Metcalfe
F-scale:  F1
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Time:  5:50pm
Noted discrepancies:  Storm Data lists this and the previous tornado as one.
Notes:  Storm Data says this tornado lifted at Wisdom.

January 3, 2000
Counties:  Washington IN
F-scale:  F1
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Time:  1:05pm
Noted discrepancies:  Storm Data puts this tornado two and a half miles north of Fredericksburg.

January 2, 2006
Counties:  Hardin
F-scale:  F2
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  150 yards
Path length:  8 miles
Time:  2:43pm
Notes:  This tornado touched down near Cecilia, blowing the roof off a barn, but only producing shingle damage on nearby residences.  It did more damage when it reached Saint John Road, where it destroyed a home and some farm buildings.  As the tornado continued to the northeast, it produced major roof damage to homes along Rineyville Road.  Next, an office building that was under construction was lifted off of its foundation.  A convenience store was destroyed along US 31W.  A few more homes received minor damage before the tornado lifted near Longview. 

January 2, 2006
Counties:  LaRue
F-scale:  F1
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  175 yards
Path length:  6 miles
Time:  2:50pm
Notes:  This tornado touched down near Talley in southwest LaRue County, and was intermittently on the ground until lifting just east of Tanner.  Near Talley, the tornado lifted the roof off of a home.  A home on Upton-Talley Road had the front porch and much of the roof removed.  The tornado also did moderate damage to barns and destroyed several outbuildings, and moved a 2700 pound motorboat 220 feet.  In the Oak Hill area two barns and some outbuildings were destroyed.  Another barn and a home were damaged.

January 2, 2006
Counties:  Adair
F-scale:  F2
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  200 yards
Path length:  1 mile
Time:  2:22pm Central
Notes:  This tornado touched down near Columbia.  It destroyed a mobile home and removed the roof from a house.  Other homes and mobile homes were damaged.

January 2, 2006
Counties:  Jefferson KY
F-scale:  F1
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  34 yards
Path length:  2 miles
Time:  3:22pm
Notes:  A tornado touched down near the corner of Bramers and Campground roads.  Many homes along the damage path had roof damage.  A large, well constructed barn was destroyed.  Numerous trees and power lines were downed, and one tree was blown onto a house.  The local Moose Lodge building had significant damage.  The tornado lifted around 3:27pm near the intersection of Campground Road and Ralph Avenue. 

January 2, 2006
Counties:  Adair
F-scale:  F1
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  100 yards
Path length:  1 mile
Time:  2:57pm Central
Notes:  This tornado touched down in the Pellyton area.  Several homes and barns in the area were damaged.

January 2, 2006
Counties:  Lincoln
F-scale:  F2
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  2
Path width:  200 yards
Path length:  9 miles
Time:  4:34pm
Notes:  This tornado passed through western and central Lincoln County.  A man received minor injuries when a barn he was in collapsed around him.  An elderly woman was hospitalized with a broken collar bone and nose.  She had been sucked out of her mobile home when she tried to open her front door.  In all, eight mobile homes were destroyed, with most of the damage concentrated south of McKinney.  At one location the tornado had embedded two by six boards firmly into the ground.

 

December 21, 2013
County:  Taylor
EF-Scale:  EF1
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width: 300 yards
Path length:  6 miles
Time:  11:07pm - 11:13pm EST
Notes:  This tornado touched down along Old Greensburg Road just west of the intersection of US 68 and KY 323, where it immediately destroyed small outbuildings.  The tornado entered the city of Campbellsville when it crossed KY 210 and uprooted trees and damaged buildings near the intersection of Hodgenville Road and Vintage Lane.  A more concentrated area of damage then occurred as the tornado crossed Saloma Road and moved roughly parallel to and just north of Upper Miller Park Road.  Trees were torn down and rooftops damaged in this area.  The tornado exited the city at the intersection of Eastern Drive and East Lake Drive.  The final damage occurred at the intersection of US 68 and Palestine Road. At this location there was more tree and roof damage.

December 21, 2013
County:  Harrison KY
EF-Scale:  EF1
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:110 yards
Path length:  3.8 miles
Time:  11:29pm - 11:34pm EST
Notes:  The NWS storm survey team found many areas of intermittent straight line wind damage around northern Harrison County, with one specific tornado path.  There were many barns damaged or destroyed, power lines and power poles down or snapped, some trees snapped and uprooted, and several homes and outbuildings had roof damage.  The most concentrated damage was along Dutch Chapel Road where about half a dozen large barns, garages, and outbuildings were either destroyed or sustained significant damage.  In addition, two homes on Dutch Chapel Road had significant roof damage and other structural damage, with debris thrown to the north, northeast, and east southeast.  Several residents on Dutch Chapel Road heard a distinct "freight train roar" and their ears popped, along with zero visibility during torrential rain when the storm struck.

January 10, 2008
Counties:  Barren
EF-scale:  EF1
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  350 yards
Path length:  3.1 miles
Time:  2:02pm CST to 2:06pm CST
Notes:  The tornado first touched down along Millstown Road southwest of Park City.  It uprooted and snapped the trunks of several large trees and did some minor roof damage to a home.  The tornado was on the ground intermittently along its path to the south and east of Park City, destroying eight barns and snapping or uprooting several trees.  Right before it lifted, it tore the front porch off a home and destroyed a barn. 

January 29, 2008
Counties:  Washington, IN
EF-scale:  EF1
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  200 yards
Path length:  10.7 miles
Time:  7:40pm EST to 7:50pm EST
Notes:  The most intense damage occurred near the intersection of Skylight and Cauble roads, where several hardwood trees were snapped off, numerous trees were uprooted in different directions, a farm outbuilding collapsed, and metal sheeting from a well-constructed barn was thrown 200 yards into the trees downwind.

January 29, 2008
Counties:  Clark, IN
EF-scale:  EF1
Deaths:  1
Injuries:  0
Path width:  100 yards
Path length:  0.2 miles
Time:  7:58pm EST to 7:59pm EST
Notes:  Touched down briefly just northeast of Henryville.  The tornado felled trees in varying directions, one of which crashed into a mobile home killing the occupant.

January 29, 2008
Counties:  Jefferson, KY
EF-scale:  EF1
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  100 yards
Path length:  16.4 miles
Time:  8:00pm EST to 8:13pm EST
Notes:  A fast moving tornado briefly touched down four times in Louisville.  The tornado was on the ground for about one and a half miles over the course of its 16 mile long skipping track.  The first touchdown was in an industrial area just off Millers Lane west of Dixie Highway.  The tornado stayed on the ground for one mile before lifting, heavily damaging a church on Dixie Highway, as well as uprooting and snapping several trees and damaging numerous homes.  The tornado then dipped to earth again on the west side of the University of Louisville campus, breaking out many windows in a large residence hall and nearby building, and damaging several vehicles parked nearby.  The next touchdown happened in Saint Matthews near the intersection of Shelbyville Road and Interstate 264, where extensive damage was suffered by many businesses and private properties.  The fourth and final touchdown was in Anchorage where many trees were damaged, blown over, and uprooted, roofs were damaged, and a large outbuilding at a training school was destroyed.

February 5, 2008
Counties:  Monroe, Cumberland (from Sumner, TN)
EF-scale:  EF3
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  440 yards
Path length:  21.2 miles
Time:  10:31pm CST to 10:50pm CST
Notes: About two miles west of Gamaliel the tornado destroyed two conventional homes and two mobile homes.  Thirteen residents of the four homes took shelter in the basement of one of the homes.  They escaped without injury, though they were trapped in rubble for 30 minutes.  Several other homes were damaged in a subdivision one mile north of Gamaliel.  The tornado ripped the roof off of a brick home there.  It then tracked across rural Monroe County, uprooting and snapping large trees.  On the north side of Tompkinsville it destroyed a large wood frame warehouse and twisted a large steel frame metal building off its foundation.  A nearby well-built brick home had its roof and exterior walls swept away.  It also destroyed a detached three car garage.  The tornado then proceeded through a rural area of Cumberland County and lifted about three miles southwest of Marrowbone.

February 5-6, 2008
Counties:  Meade
EF-scale:  EF1
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  350 yards
Path length:  6.5 miles
Time:  11:54pm EST to 12:05am EST
Notes: This tornado caused extensive tree and power line damage near Happy Ridge Road, Wood Dale Road, and Maple Grove Drive.  Several businesses were damaged in the Broadway and Lakeview Drive area.  A cinder block storage building was toppled.  The tornado knocked down the exterior wall of another building.  A storage building was lifted up and thrown across Broadway.  The Old Brandenburg Telephone Company Office had roof damage.  A church was damaged near the intersection of Broadway and KY 933.

February 5, 2008
Counties:  Hart
EF-scale:  EF1
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  150 yards
Path length:  10.5 miles
Time:  11:32pm CST to 11:43pm CST
Notes: The tornado first touched down near Lone Star, where it destroyed several barns and a mobile home.  The tornado next touched down along US 31W north of Bonnieville, where it heavily damaged or destroyed several more barns and mobile homes.  It touched down again near the intersection of Hammonville and Bacon Creek roads.  Here, it caused minor damage to some homes, destroyed a barn, and damaged the roof of another.  The tornado continued on eastward, where it damaged several barns near US 31E.

February 6, 2008
Counties:  Hardin
EF-scale:  EF2
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  400 yards
Path length:  7.1 miles
Time:  12:21am EST to 12:25am EST
Notes: The tornado destroyed a trailer and an outbuilding along Hansborough Road.  It caused major roof damage along Bethlehem Academy Road, with one home losing the roof completely.  Several boats were flipped over, and a large bus was pushed two feet.  The tornado pushed in garage doors at an industrial building along Ring Road.  This building also suffered significant roof damage.  At Central Hardin High School the tornado snapped concrete pillar stadium lights at the football stadium.  The press box was thrown onto the playing field and destroyed.  The basketball gym and a wing of the school experienced roof damage.  Along Black Branch Road just east of the school complex the tornado caused some structural damage to homes.

February 6, 2008
Counties:  Hardin
EF-scale:  EF2
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  300 yards
Path length:  1.2 miles
Time:  12:27am EST to 12:29am EST
Notes: This tornado knocked a trailer off its foundation at the intersection of Miller Road and Porter Lane.  Another trailer near this location was completely destroyed.  Another trailer along Miller Road was turned on to its roof.

February 6, 2008
Counties:  Nelson
EF-scale:  EF2
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  300 yards
Path length:  1.3 miles
Time:  12:38am EST to 12:42am EST
Notes: An outbuilding was destroyed and the top half of a silo was knocked off.  Near Patton Road there was an enhanced area of tree damage, with the trees laying in a convergent pattern.

February 6, 2008
Counties:  Spencer
EF-scale:  EF0
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  220 yards
Path length:  0.7 miles
Time:  12:38am EST to 12:40am EST
Notes: This small tornado destroyed two mobile homes and did extensive roof and tree damage.

February 6, 2008
Counties:  Spencer
EF-scale:  EF0
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  1
Path width:  220 yards
Path length:  0.6 miles
Time:  12:43am EST to 12:45am EST
Notes: This brief twister destroyed two barns and did heavy damage to several other barns and homes.

February 6, 2008
Counties:  Shelby
EF-scale:  EF2
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  250 yards
Path length:  7 miles
Time:  12:46am EST to 12:52am EST
Notes: Most of the damage caused by this tornado was concentrated in the Flood Road area, as it intensified while moving to the northeast.  The tornado destroyed a large well-built barn and threw the structure 50 yards.  It moved an 18,000 pound trailer four feet, and flipped it.  Another barn was destroyed, and every shingle was blown off a well constructed roof.  Several other homes suffered some degree of roof damage.  Besides the structural damage, about 40 large hardwood trees were uprooted along the path.

February 6, 2008
Counties:  Nelson
EF-scale:  EF2
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  2
Path width:  300 yards
Path length:  0.8 miles
Time:  12:50am EST to 12:52am EST
Notes: This tornado destroyed or heavily damaged two shop buildings at a construction company.  A couple trailers on the company site were rolled over.  Farther along the tornado's path, it knocked a mobile home off the foundation, and rolled it over two nearby cars.  Two occupants of the mobile home were injured.

February 6, 2008
Counties:  Shelby
EF-scale:  EF0
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  1
Path width:  125 yards
Path length:  0.4 miles
Time:  12:52am EST to 12:54am EST
Notes: A large barn was destroyed.  Sheet metal from the barn was thrown over 300 yards, and some metal from the barn was 50 yards to the west.

February 6, 2008
Counties:  Washington KY
EF-scale:  EF1
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  150 yards
Path length:  0.3 miles
Time:  1:01am EST to 1:03am EST
Notes: Touchdown was on Pleasant Drive about two miles southeast of Springfield.  The tornado blew the roof off of a house and threw it about 125 yards downwind.  Several pine trees were snapped and small outbuildings were destroyed.  A 14" diameter pine tree was snapped and moved about 45 yards downwind as well.

February 6, 2008
Counties:  Washington KY
EF-scale:  EF2
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  250 yards
Path length:  1 mile
Time:  1:06am EST to 1:08am EST
Notes: Touchdown was on Russell Lane about 8 miles east northeast of Springfield.  The tornado completely blew away a large, well constructed outbuilding.  Six-by-six inch posts were snapped and piled up, while metal sheeting was blown about a quarter of a mile away.  Concrete joists weighing two hundred pounds were displaced.

February 6, 2008
Counties:  Franklin
EF-scale:  EF1
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  170 yards
Path length:  2.4 miles
Time:  1:08am EST to 1:12am EST
Notes: Numerous hardwood trees were downed on a steep ridge near Elkhorn Creek.  The tornado increased in intensity as it moved to the northeast, and did extensive roof damage to two homes on the west side of Lucas Lane.  It destroyed five barns on the east side of the road.

February 6, 2008
Counties:  Mercer
EF-scale:  EF1
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  350 yards
Path length:  0.9 miles
Time:  1:20am EST to 1:22am EST
Notes: The touchdown point was on the east side of Harrodsburg and it caused three walls of a warehouse to collapse.  Near the intersection of KY 152 and Mac Court extensive tree damage occurred.  Metal sheeting was found in trees.  A large tree fell on a house and power lines, and that same house had its garage destroyed.  A small branch was driven into the side of a car and a chimney was knocked down from the side of a house.  Near KY 152 and Montrose Street the roof of a factory was blown in and extensive tree damage occurred.  An elementary school suffered quite a bit of roof and ceiling damage.

February 6, 2008
Counties:  Harrison KY
EF-scale:  EF2
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  1
Path width:  440 yards
Path length:  3.5 miles
Time:  1:29am EST to 1:34am EST
Notes: This tornado touched down near 812 Mount Vernon Road, damaging a barn and home at that location.  Along Connersville Road the tornado lifted the roofs off of three homes, and damaged three others.  It also destroyed several barns and outbuildings, and snapped numerous hardwood trees.  It damaged a few more barns and trees before lifting about half a mile southwest of Cynthiana.

February 6, 2008
Counties:  Clark KY
EF-scale:  EF0
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  125 yards
Path length:  0.9 miles
Time:  1:51am EST to 1:52am EST
Notes: This quick tornado destroyed two barns and caused substantial damage to three others.  A house was damaged, and a corn crib was destroyed.  Many trees were uprooted and a few were snapped.

February 6, 2008
Counties:  Allen, Monroe (from Macon, TN)
EF-scale:  EF3
Deaths:  4
Injuries:  11
Path width:  440 yards
Path length:  10.4 miles
Time:  1:40am CST to 1:53am CST
Notes: This tornado destroyed 12 homes and mobile homes, mainly in the Amos community and in the Tracy Lane area.  Many other homes and buildings were damaged.  Four people were killed near Tracy Lane, and eleven others were injured in southeast Allen County.  The tornado continued through rural and wooded sections of eastern Allen County, and crossed into Monroe County near Fountain Run.

January 29, 2008
Counties:  Scott, IN
EF-scale:  EF1
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  100 yards
Path length:  1.8 miles
Time:  8:10pm EST to 8:12pm EST
Notes: Touched down just east of Lexington.  The tornado snapped and uprooted trees, destroyed a mobile home, and caused roof damage to a number of homes.

February 24, 2011
Counties:  Barren
F-scale:  EF1
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  100 yards
Path length:  1 mile
Time:  10:10pm EST
Notes:  Two barns destroyed, one damaged.  Several trees knocked down as well.

February 24, 2011
Counties:  Barren
F-scale:  EF1
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  100 yards
Path length:  0.25 mile
Time:  10:15pm EST
Notes:  Two barns damaged.

February 28, 2011
Counties:  Dubois
F-scale:  EF2
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  1
Path width:  225 yards
Path length:  15.7 miles (skipping)
Time:  3:19am EST
Notes:  The tornado first touched down just north of Duff east of County Road 650W.  Damage to several large metal buildings, a large barn, and a radio tower were observed south of Jasper.  After a brief break in the path, the tornado touched down again four miles southwest of Celestine and took a slight turn to the northeast.  The most significant damage along this segment was in Celestine near Ellsworth Road.  Damage included roofs blown off two brick homes with the walls collapsed in one home.  In addition a double-wide trailer was blown off its foundation and an RV was tossed across the road.

February 28, 2011
Counties:  Clark IN, Jefferson KY
F-scale:  EF1
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  100 yards
Path length:  3 miles
Time:  4:31am EST
Notes:  This tornado touched down near Centennial Boulevard in Clark County.  Large hardwood trees were uprooted along the tornado's path towards Utica.  A house on Middle Road had a tin roof blown off and thrown 200 yards.  A couple of garage doors were dented in.  The tornado then crossed the Ohio River and moved into Harrods Creek.  Numerous large hardwood trees were snapped in half.  A section of roof was blown off a house.  The tornado lifted just west of US 42.

February 28, 2011
Counties:  Oldham
F-scale:  EF1
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  75 yards
Path length:  1.2 miles
Time:  4:43am to 4:45am EST
Notes:  Numerous pine and cedar trees were uprooted or snapped and a few outbuildings were damaged.  Homes had shingle and siding damage.

February 28, 2011
Counties:  Henry
F-scale:  EF3
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  1
Path width:  150 yards
Path length:  2.3 miles
Time:  4:59am
Notes:  
The tornado touched down just to the southwest of KY 1899 (Mulberry Pike), crossing into Springhill Estates subdivision.  Two homes were destroyed here along with three outbuildings.  Trees were uprooted and snapped.  The tornado then weakened as it traveled across KY 1359.  Fifteen power poles were blown down along the highway.  One barn was destroyed and another had the roof blown off.  The tornado continued across KY 22 where trees were blown down and one outbuilding was damaged.  The tornado lifted near Drennon Creek.

February 28, 2011
Counties:  Lincoln
F-scale:  EF1
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  250 yards
Path length:  8.2 miles
Time:  6:49am EST
Notes: The tornado first touched down about 0.8 miles southwest of Stanford.  It then traveled southeast damaging the middle school complex on Highway 27 about a mile south of Stanford.  The tornado continued to damage large barns and out buildings as well as snap trees until it lifted about 2 miles northwest of Crab Orchard.

January 17, 2012
County:  Dubois
EF-Scale:  EF0
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  25 yards
Path length:  0.1 mile
Time:  9:44am EST
Notes:  Touched down 2.7 miles southwest of Huntingburg.  An outbuilding was destroyed and debris was scattered for a quarter mile.

January 17, 2012
County:  Dubois
EF-Scale:  EF1
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  100 yards
Path length:  9 miles
Time:  9:54am EST
Notes:  This tornado touched down three miles northeast of Huntingburg, destroying a barn and blowing several outbuildings off their foundation.  The tornado skipped east-northeast for nearly 9 miles across primarily open fields.  Structural damage occurred along IN-162 where over 50 feet of a 600 foot long commercial outbuilding was destroyed.  One-half mile east of IN-162, numerous outbuildings were damaged and a small grain hopper was toppled.  Continuing east-northeast, a roof was blown off of one barn and another barn had roof sections peeled off on St. Anthony Road West.  Occasional uprooted and snapped trees occurred for an additional 5 miles before the tornado dissipated after destroying a 40 by 50 foot tool shed 1.6 miles south-southeast of Celestine.

January 17, 2012
County:  Jefferson IN
EF-Scale:  EF0
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  60 yards
Path length:  0.3 mile
Time:  10:40am EST
Notes:  An EF-0 tornado touched down at the Madison Municipal Airport. Damage was confined to IMS Lane. The tornado touched down briefly along this path and moved an at least 500 pound dumpster 35 feet southeast. It also moved a Beechcraft/King Air plane 10 degrees and the nose gear was broken. The airport operations building had a disabled awning and post. Part of a hangar`s siding came off with siding and insulation up in trees. Several trees were snapped along the narrow path. A witness saw the swirl as the tornado touched down.

January 17, 2012
County:  Floyd
EF-Scale:  EF1
Deaths:  0

Injuries:  0
Path width:  50 yards
Path length:  1.2 miles
Time:  11:00am EST
Notes:  
EF-1 tornado first touched down on East Riley Rd. in Floyds Knobs, where a garage was destroyed. The tornado continued east across the Knobs toward Binford Rd, where it took multiple trees down. The tornado crossed Paoli Pike just north of I-265 and caused roof damage at the Knob Point Apartments.

January 17, 2012
County:  Clark IN
EF-Scale:  EF0
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  30 yards
Path length:  1.9 miles
Time:  11:06am EST
Notes:  
An EF-0 tornado first touched down at the Wal-Mart parking lot on the northwest corner of the Veteran`s Parkway near I-65. A vehicle was turned over on I-65, then the tornado skipped over an area before coming down again on a subdivision to the east, with damage occurring along Belmar Dr and Meadows Dr as well as at the intersection of Kingsfield St and Crown Ct. It took down several fences, with evidence of cyclonic circulation. It lifted again before coming down and taking the roof of a barn on Armstrong Rd.,where the tornado ended.

January 17, 2012
Counties:  Jefferson KY, Oldham
EF-Scale: 
 EF1
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  1
Path width:  250 yards
Path length:  8.2 miles
Time:  11:12am EST
Notes: The tornado touched down near the intersection of I-264 and Brownsboro Road.  The tornado tracked northeast to near the intersection of Hurstbourne Lane and Brownsboro Road where it briefly lifted.  The tornado then reformed and crossed I-265 and continued to the east-northeast through several subdivisions north and northeast of Fincastle. The tornado crossed into Oldham County, moving through Orchard Grass Hills and lifting at the northern tip of Clore Lane.  Damage indicators along the path of this tornado included multiple softwood trees down, minor shingle damage to homes, a side wall downed in a large indoor tennis facility, and a barn roof collapse.  An injury occurred as the tornado crossed I-265 when two semi trailers were blown over.  The driver of one of the trucks was injured.

January 17, 2012
County:  Jefferson KY
EF-Scale: 
 EF-1
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  90 yards
Path length:  0.2 mile
Time:  11:20am EST
Notes:  An EF-1 tornado touched down just to the north of the intersection of Stony Brook Drive and Hurstbourne Parkway.  The tornado traveled north-northeast along Stony Brook Drive and lifted near the intersection of Stony Brook and Laverne Drive.  Numerous trees were snapped along the path.  Siding and shingles were blown off of multiple houses.  On Michael Edward Drive the garage door was blown in on a detached garage and the roof was lifted off and shifted a foot.

January 17, 2012
County:  Scott KY
EF-Scale:  EF-1
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  75 yards
Path length:  0.5 mile
Time:  12:12pm EST
Notes:  This tornado touched down at 338 Soards Road and moved northeast, lifting as it began to cross a small lake.  A well-anchored 50x20 three bay barn was destroyed and scattered in three directions.  A 20x30 barn was also destroyed, and a third small barn along the path was damaged.  Numerous trees were blown down, snapped, or uprooted.  Fences were torn down as well.  This survey was conducted by personnel from both the NWS and emergency management from Franklin and Scott Counties.

January 17, 2012
Counties:  Simpson, Allen
EF-Scale:  EF-2
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  150 yards
Path length:  9 miles
Time:  12:20pm CST
Notes:   This tornado touched down near Hickory Flat Road just south of its intersection with Hickory Flat-Ridge Road in Simpson County where about a dozen trees were uprooted.  The most significant damage occurred near the intersection of McKendree Church Road and Highway 100 where a well constructed brick house completely lost its roof.  Multiple barns, garages, and outbuildings were destroyed here as well.  Nearly a complete roof of one outbuilding was project 1/2 mile to the east.  Another area of significant damage was at the intersection of Highway 100 and Reeder School Road (near the Simpson/Allen County line) where a house had significant roof damage and had an exterior wall blown out.  A jeep in the driveway was blown into the house and a camper was blown from the driveway across the road with debris scattered through the field beyond.  Damage continued east into Allen County with the last evidence of damage at Walker Chapel Road about a mile south of Highway 100.

February 29, 2012
County:  Hardin
EF-Scale:  
EF-2
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  250 yards
Path length:  5 miles
Time:  9:55am EST
Notes:  The tornado began as a 125 yard tornado near 4510 Gather Station Road damaging a barn and traveled towards New Glendale Road and Overall Phillips Road damaging some homes and knocking down many trees and fences. The storm crossed I 65 and surprisingly did not strike any vehicles. The twister struck several homes lifting many roof structures off of Wildwood Drive and Sportmans Lake Road. It increased in width to 250 yards and struck the Harry Owen trucking company buckling roof trusses and spreading significant debris over the Lincoln Parkway into the mobile home park. Next it destroyed a working garage and did significant damage to 3 homes off of Hodgenville Road and uprooting and twisting many trees before lifting a couple of hundred yards downwind.

February 29, 2012
County:  Grayson
EF-Scale:  
EF-2
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  200 yards
Path length:  2 miles
Time:  9:42am CST
Notes:  The tornado began as a narrow tornado east of Clarkson just south of Highway 224. The storm increased in width to 200 years and struck several single and double wide mobile homes south of Millerstown road. All 3 mobile home became airborne, with one traveling over 400 yards. One manufactured home was thrown 50 feet into a tree and fence with a man inside it. He was medically airlifted to Louisville. The tornado next struck a large area of soft and hardwood trees before striking a solid brick home just west of Horntown with the roof removed and exterior walls either damaged or destroyed. The tornado damaged struck the Horntown convenience store damaging the roof. During the end of the tornadoes life cycle it narrowed and bounced striking several trees and knocking over several cemetery headstones and uprooted 2 large trees at the Little Clifty United Methodist Church just west of Lacon. The tornado lifted in a grove of trees about 250 yards east of the church.

February 29, 2012
County:  LaRue
EF-Scale:  
EF-2
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  200 yards
Path length:  1.7 miles
Time:  11:05am EST
Notes: A National Weather Service Survey Team in conjunction with Larue County EMA determined a tornado began near Kyle Lane which is 2 miles west of Hodgenville. It began as a very narrow 80 yard tornado as a mainly elevated funnel cloud/tornado near tree top level. It did some minor roof and shingle damage...uprooted some cedar trees and damaged some fencing. The tornado crossed Tanner Road and lifted just west of downtown Hodgenville. The tornado was rated an EF1 at this location. The length of this touchdown was .90 miles. The same tornado once again touched down on the east side of main street at the State Farm Insurance agency and Citizens Union Bank. This tornado touchdown was much stronger. Two cars moved several feet and were turned 45 degrees with one on top of the other in the State Farm parking lot. The tornado increased in width to 200 yards on Wobegon Way significantly damaging several homes. This included large sections of roof structure being removed and exterior walls collapsing at 202 Woebegone Way. It went into a wooded area narrowing in Miami Court to about 75 yards and becoming more elevated. It damage many roofs with the heaviest damage at a day care center in a residential home off Miami Court. The twister knocked down many power lines down and twisted and snapped trees and did roof damage to several homes and then crossing highway 210. Next it snapped and uprooting some trees and doing some roof damage to a couple of homes before lifting 200 yards downwind. The length of this touchdown was .80 miles. A second tornado touched down just south of Woebegone Way in a wooded area. Another information statement will follow shortly.

February 29, 2012
County:  LaRue
EF-Scale:  
EF-2
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  100 yards
Path length:  0.9 mile
Time:  11:12am EST
Notes:  A National Weather Service Survey Team in conjunction with Larue County EMA determined a second tornado just south of Miami Court and moved east through a wooded area. Several witnesses saw two different tornado near the Miami Court and Wobegone Way area. The second funnel cloud/tornado was near tree top level. It was only 50 yards wide twisting many trees and was rated a EF0. As it crossed Highway 210 the twister increased to 100 yards wide and became stronger. It damaged a large working garage and damaged two homes off of Highway 916 including a new well, almost finished new constructed home which experienced significant exterior wall damage. Workers working on the home heard a loud roar while seeking shelter and observed the twister striking and uprooting some trees. A dumpster full of old building material was thrown 75 yards and snapped one telephone pole. The twister lifted in a field a couple of hundred yards downwind. The twister was rated EF2 at this location.

February 29, 2012
County:  Metcalfe
EF-Scale:  EF-1

Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  150 yards
Path length:  1.1 miles
Time:  12:47pm CST
Notes:  The EF-1 tornado touched down southeast of Center, Kentucky near Herbert Hodges Road.  It damaged 3 to 4 barns and snapped numerous trees along its 1.1 mile path.  The tornado lifted 1.5 miles east-southeast of Center, Kentucky.

February 29, 2012
County:  Russell, Casey
EF-Scale:  
EF-2
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  150 yards
Path length:  7.2 miles
Time:  1:22pm CST
Notes:  The tornado first touched down north of Russell Springs in northern Russell County west of Highway 127 where it did minor damage to trees, barns, and outbuildings.  The tornado then intensified as it moved east with the worst damage occurring along a 1.5 mile stretch from Highway 76 east over Oak Grove Road to Pattie Ridge Road.  On Highway 76, two mobile homes were totally destroyed and a modular home was rotated 30-80 feet counterclockwise off its foundation (with a quarter of the home blown away).  Two residents survived in an underground tornado shelter where they took refuge having heard of the warning via sirens and phone calls 3-5 minutes before the tornado destroyed their homes.  Residents were not home at the time of the tornado at the other homes destroyed along its path.  The tornado then weakened as it moved into southern Casey County where it damaged more trees, barns, and outbuildings.  The tornado finally lifted west-southwest of Windsor leaving a 7.2 mile track.

January 30, 2013
County:  Orange
EF-Scale:  EF1
Deaths:  0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  75 yards
Path length:  0.23 mile
Time:  1:47am EST
Notes:  Several trees were toppled in a forest on the southwest portion of the path.  The tornado then affected a residence, badly damaging the roof and throwing the porch of the house several yards to the northeast.  Several small twigs were driven through the siding of the home.

January 30, 2013
County: Meade
EF-Scale: EF0
Deaths: 0
Injuries: 0
Path width: 200 yards
Path length:  1 mile
Time: 4:05am EST
Notes: This tornado touched down in a grove of trees near the end of Kurtz Drive.  The tornado traveled to the northeast and damaged homes on Kurtz Drive and at the intersection of Thornhill Drive and Gaines Road.  Continuing to the northeast, at a home east of Gaines Road the owner reported that the water was evacuated out of all four toilets in the building as the tornado passed by.  At the home next door the front door was pulling away from the building.  Residents reported a loud roar.  The tornado continued northeast through some woods and lifted after damaging a small shed off of Tom Cain Road.

January 30, 2013
County: Harrison IN, Jefferson KY
EF-Scale: EF0
Deaths: 0
Injuries: 0
Path width:  325 yards
Path length:  2.8 miles
Time: 4:17am EST
Notes:   An NWS survey team has confirmed an EF-0 tornado touch down east of Elizabeth in Harrison County, Indiana. Four homes and two barns were damaged along Highway 111.  The porch of one home was lifted and thrown 30 feet.  The walls of one of the barns collapsed in multiple directions.  Trees were down in this location as well. The track of the tornado extended to the Ohio River and into Jefferson County, Kentucky. Northwest of Valley Station many softwood trees were damaged, a pine tree was snapped, and a trampoline was blown over.

January 30, 2013
County: Warren
EF-Scale: EF2
Deaths: 0
Injuries: 0
Path width: 250 yards
Path length:  3.3 miles
Time: 3:38am CST
Notes: Four grain bins were scattered over a quarter mile, with some debris thrown up to a half mile away.  Fencing with 8" posts was torn down.  A semi truck was flipped as the tornado crossed Interstate 65.  Towards the end of the path a barn was destroyed and a 100 by 300 foot well-built metal outbuilding was destroyed.

January 30, 2013
County: Edmonson
EF-Scale: EF1
Deaths: 0
Injuries: 0
Path width: 100 yards
Path length:  2.7 miles
Time: 3:42am CST
Notes:  The tornado touched down two separate times. Near Rocky Hill a barn was destroyed and two outbuildings lost their roofs.  Cedar trees were snapped.  Towards the end of the path a pole barn was destroyed and a home was unroofed on US 31W.

January 30, 2013
County: Barren
EF-Scale: EF1
Deaths: 0
Injuries: 0
Path width:  50 yards
Path length:  0.3 mile
Time: 3:49am CST
Notes:  A large barn was destroyed, trees were felled, and the doors and siding were pulled off of a barn along Finney Road.

January 30, 2013
County: Marion
EF-Scale: EF0
Deaths: 0
Injuries: 2
Path width:  13 yards
Path length:  0.1 mile
Time: 5:42am EST
Notes:  This tornado did damage along Calvary Road where a mobile home was destroyed and a small shed slid off its foundation. Two minor injuries occurred with this tornado. 

December 21, 2013
County:  Bourbon
EF-Scale:  EF1
Deaths:   0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  125 yards
Path length:  4.8 miles
Time:  11:41pm - 11:45pm EST
Notes:  The NWS storm survey team found many areas of straight line wind damage across northern Bourbon County, and one specific tornado path within the straight line wind damage.  There were many barns damaged or destroyed, power lines and poles down or snapped, and many softwood and hardwood trees snapped, twisted, and uprooted.  Several homes and outbuildings had roof damage.  The most concentrated damage was along Colville Road, down Endicott Lane, and over to the Steele Ford Road area.  In this area, several large barns, garages, and outbuildings were either destroyed or sustained significant damage, with debris thrown to the north, northeast, and east.  In addition, some well anchored solid footers from a garage and barn at 201 Endicott Lane were lifted up and thrown 75 yards.  Several residents reported a loud roar, their ears popped, and there was zero visibility in torrential rain when the storm struck.

February 24, 2018
County:  Logan (from Robertson, Tennessee)
EF-Scale:  EF2
Deaths:   1
Injuries:  1
Path width:  350 yards
Path length:  11.6 miles
Time: 3:54pm - 4:12pm CST
Notes: The tornado began at the end of McGee Road where two homes suffered extensive damage. The first home, a well built stone home, had significant roof damage and the screened-in porch was destroyed. The family's pick-up truck was thrown 40 yards to the north. On the family's cemetery, several tombstones were knocked over and one headstone was destroyed. There were several outbuildings and two pole barns destroyed as well. The second home experienced significant foundation damage and the roof was completely removed. A pick-up truck was thrown 250 yards into a field. Insulation from the home was found 300 yards away. The debris field from the two homes extended into a farmer's field up to a quarter mile downwind with several boards and bricks thrust into the ground. The tornado continued through several fields doing extensive tree and fence damage. Power lines were torn down. The tornado destroyed two barns at 901 Dot Road, where it also moved heavy farm equipment, blew out exterior walls, and destroyed the home's roof. Falling debris at this location struck and killed a resident. The family dog was found alive under piles of rubble. Debris was thrown 500 yards away. The tornado then hit a large farm at 3604 Schley Road destroying the second story of the home. The family was out to eat at the time, but had they been home the children would have been napping at the time the tornado struck. Three empty silos were destroyed with metal sheets thrown a quarter of a mile. The tornado continued along through fields, damaging and uprooting trees. At the intersection of Mortimer Station Road and Marriah Church Road trees were snapped and several homes experienced shingle, siding, and roof damage. Trees were snapped in Schochoh as the tornado lifted.

February 24, 2018
County:  Warren, Barren
EF-Scale:  EF1
Deaths:   0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  50 yards
Path length:  1.6 miles
Time: 5:19pm - 5:21pm CST
Notes: Touchdown occurred near the intersection of Hays Pondsville Road and FH Roundtree Road where a small metal shed was destroyed, a trailer was overturned, a fence was flattened, and a home suffered minor roof damage. The narrow tornado continued northeast, uprooting trees and damaging outbuildings, breaking out all of the windows of one building. It then tore the porch off the east side of a home on the south side of US 68/80, depositing debris into nearby woods. Crossing the highway the tornado did its greatest damage, tearing a very large pine tree out of the ground and tossing it 100 feet over a home, splattering the front of the home with mud, ripping holes in the roof, and destroying the attached garage. The tornado continued to snap trees and damage outbuildings on its way northeast, scattering debris a quarter mile downwind. The tornado damaged the roof of a home and did porch, deck, and roof damage to a neighboring residence, plastering the east side of the home with insulation. Crossing over Lewis Road into Barren County, the roof of a sunroom was torn off of a home and an outbuilding destroyed. 

February 24, 2018
County:  Logan
EF-Scale:  EF1
Deaths:   0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  300 yards
Path length:  2.9 miles
Time: 9:15pm - 9:16pm CST
Notes: The first damage occurred off of Old Greenville Road where several homes experienced siding and roof damage. There were some snapped cedar trees and a couple of uprooted trees and one resident at the end of the road saw their home's windows moving back and forth and their ears popped as they headed to the basement. There was extensive tree damage along Elamond Road where over 100 trees were snapped, twisted, and uprooted. At 291 Elamond Road part of the roof of a home was peeled back with extensive siding damage. 

February 24, 2018
County:  Butler
EF-Scale:  EF1
Deaths:   0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  100 yards
Path length:  1.4 miles
Time: 9:21pm - 9:24pm CST
Notes: Damage began near Ewing Road where trees were snapped and twisted. This continued along Graveltown Road. The tornado reached its peak intensity on KY 106 where it did significant damage to a large barn. The tornado crossed the highway, uprooted two trees, and lifted.

February 24, 2018
County:  Simpson
EF-Scale:  EF0
Deaths:   0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  100 yards
Path length:  1.7 miles
Time: 9:50pm - 9:52pm CST
Notes: The tornado began just southwest of Lake Spring Road where a couple of trees were snapped or uprooted and a 24 x 36 barn experienced extensive roof panel damage. The tornado crossed farmland and then struck another barn near the intersection with US 31W. Metal sheeting was thrown from the barn in various directions and much of it ended up in the trees. There were a few twisted trees on both sides of the highway and the tornado lifted just to the northeast of the road.

February 24, 2018
County:  Green
EF-Scale:  EF2
Deaths:   0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  100 yards
Path length:  1.3 miles
Time: 10:33pm - 10:35pm CST
Notes: This tornado began by causing roof damage to two barns and destroying two other barns. One, on the left side of the path, was shifted south, and the other, to the right of the path, was shifted north. Tall grass along a fence line within the tornado's path showed evidence of convergence. Also, a large tree on the north side of the path was snapped southward and drug 10 feet to the south. Heading east, the tornado felled several trees. A detached garage had its door bow out. Next, a 2-story house had some roof damage and a porch on the lee side of the house had a column fly out and land in a field 50 yards away. Lastly, the tornado struck a barn and several trees. A carport was thrown over a house and landed 100 yards to the east. 

February 25, 2018
County:  Garrard
EF-Scale:  EF1
Deaths:   0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  100 yards
Path length:  0.1 mile
Time: 12:50am - 12:51am EST
Notes: The tornado touched down on a ridge along Gillespie Pike east of Lancaster. The tornado first uprooted a small tree and then shifted a small shed off of its foundation. The nearby home lost some roof covering and suffered debris impact. Another outbuilding was overturned and slid about 10 feet. The tornado then crossed the road where a brick facade home lost part of its outer wall, suffered roof damage, and was struck by debris. A couple of porch columns fell. The adjoining garage lost its roof and its doors were bent inward, falling onto the vehicles inside. A barn behind the house collapsed and another outbuilding lost its walls.

December 31, 2018
County:  Harrison IN
EF-Scale: EF1
Deaths:   0
Injuries:  0
Path width:  140 yards
Path length:  2.2 miles
Time: 3:38pm - 3:41pm EST
Notes: This was an intermittent skipping tornado. A maximum wind speed of 100 mph wind was found. The tornado initially touched down at 7231 IN 337. At this location a heavy metal chain fence weighing several hundred pounds was picked up and thrown 30 yards into the back of the house causing significant damage. A chicken house weighing hundreds of pounds was rolled over and moved several feet. A purple martin house was bent over 60 degrees facing east. Shingles and yard decorations were thrown in various directions east of the house along with driveway gravel thrown in every direction. A swing set was thrown from the back of the house to the front. Throughout the property there were twisted and uprooted trees. Just before crossing the highway, the tornado increased from 75 yards to 140 yards and picked up hundreds of cornstalks tossing them in various directions across the road up to 300 yards away. Across the street at 7768 IN 337 there was significant cedar tree damage along with a 30 by 40 foot barn that was destroyed. The tornado twisted and snapped several cedar trees before going across the farmers field. The tornado narrowed and went to about 50 yards in width. At 4368 Rogers Campground Road there were several trees twisted and snapped. One single wide mobile home had siding panels blown out in several spots. An older, well built barn with sturdy cedar poles sustained significant side panel damage. The metal sheeting was thrown in a northwesterly to northeasterly direction. One 2x4 wood pole was embedded in the ground. The tornado was very narrow along Rogers Campground Road, likely no more than 50 yards wide.