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Storms in the Plains; Fire Weather Threats in the Southwest and Southeast

A slow moving weather system will bring potential for scattered strong to severe storms with damaging wind and hail with areas of locally heavy rain in the South and Central Plains. Strong storms may also develop in the Central Great Basin and North Plains. Dry, gusty winds will produce critical fire weather in the Southwest, and elevated threats in U.P. of Michigan and the Southeast. Read More >

Tornado
Table
 

Map with the damage paths for most of the tornadoes that occurred in Oklahoma on May 9, 2016.

 
 
Tornadoes by Intensity
EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
5 0 2 1 3 1 0 12
 
Tornado
Number
Date Time
(CST)
Length
of Path
(miles)
Width
of Path
(yards)
F-Scale Killed Injured County Location
1 05/09/2016 1506-1527 9 400 EF4 1 0 Garvin 1.25 S - 8 E Katie
2 05/09/2016 1534-1617 17 1500 EF3 0 0 Murray/ Pontotoc 4 NNW Davis - 2.5 SSW Roff
3 05/09/2016 1616-1616 0.1 10 EFU 0 0 Cleveland Lake Thunderbird
4 05/09/2016 1618-1625 1.5 40 EFU 0 0 Johnston 7.5 W - 6 W Pontotoc
5 05/09/2016 1618-1636 9 700 EF3 1 0 Johnston/ Coal 4 S Connerville - Bromide
6 05/09/2016 1646-1719 12 900 EF1 0 0 Atoka/ Coal/ Atoka 12 WNW - 5 N Atoka
7 05/09/2016 1647-1647 0.5 25 EFU 0 0 Atoka 4 ENE Wapanucka
8 05/09/2016 1658-1720 6 600 EF2 0 0 Noble/ Payne/ Noble 6 SE Perry - 6 WSW Morrison
9 05/09/2016 1724-1742 13.8 3100 EF3 0 2 Bryan/ Choctaw 3.6 ESE Bennington - 6.4 ESE Boswelll
10 05/09/2016 1802-1810 6.1 650 EF1 0 0 Choctaw 3.1 W - 3 E Hugo
11 05/09/2016 1818-1830 6 150 EFU 0 0 Choctaw 6.3 NW Sawyer - 2.4 S Spencerville
12 05/09/2016 1825-1826 0.5 75 EFU 0 0 Choctaw 4.3 NNW - 4.4 N Sawyer