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Tornado Track Map for Wagoner County, OK
 
Wagoner County, OK Tornadoes Prior to 1950
# Date Time
(CST)
Path
Length
(miles)
Path
Width
(yards)
F-Scale Killed Injured County Path
  03/15/1919 1607 4 67   2 25 Wagoner Near Porter
  11/09/1935 1600 20 50   0 5 Wagoner/ Cherokee Porter - S of Wagoner - 4 N Hulbert (intermittent)
  04/29/1947 2000   880   0 0 Wagoner NW of Wagoner
Wagoner County, OK Tornadoes (1950-Present*)
# Date Time
(CST)
Path
Length
(miles)
Path
Width
(yards)
F-Scale Killed Injured County Path
1 05/05/1960 1920 5 200 F2 0 0 Wagoner Wagoner
2 05/19/1960 1922 0.1 10 F2 0 0 Wagoner Near Porter
3 07/24/1960 1600 0.1 10 F? 0 0 Wagoner 3 N Wagoner
4 05/07/1961 0400 0.1 10 F2 0 0 Wagoner Near Porter
5 04/11/1966 1840 7 100 F3 0 6 Wagoner 2 NW Stonebluff - 2 W Coweta
6 08/17/1970 1700 0.1 10 F1 0 0 Wagoner 2 NE Wagoner
7 05/05/1971 1743 37 600 F3 0 0 Muskogee/ Wagoner/ Cherokee 4 W Haskell - Haskell - Okay - Sequoyah State Park - 7 W Tahlequah
8 05/05/1971 1755 0.1 10 F0 0 0 Wagoner Between Porter and Coweta
9 06/08/1974 1750 49 100 F3 0 42 Creek/ Tulsa/ Wagoner/ Rogers/ Mayes Sapulpa - Tulsa - ORU - near Chouteau
10 06/05/1975 1515 0.5 150 F2 0 1 Wagoner Near Broken Arrow (just N of 41st on Oak Grove Road)
11 12/05/1975 1625 27 50 F3 0 0 Okmulgee/ Muskogee/ Wagoner 3 N Okmulgee - .5 E Coweta
12 05/30/1976 2010 3 880 F2 0 0 Tulsa/ Wagoner Near Broken Arrow
13 09/16/1980 1725 3 2200 F2 0 0 Wagoner 8 NNE Coweta
14 06/03/1982 1635 0.1 10 F0 0 0 Wagoner S of Okay
15 08/27/1982 1630 1 50 F2 0 2 Wagoner Near Wagoner
16 11/22/1983 1755 0.3 100 F0 0 0 Wagoner 5 E Coweta
17 09/26/1986 1745 8 73 F2 0 0 Wagoner 3 S- 7 ENE Coweta
18 05/18/1989 1200 3 50 F1 0 0 Wagoner SE Broken Arrow
19 08/29/1989 1312 0.2 20 F0 0 0 Wagoner 6 NNW Oneta
20 05/11/1992 0130-0150 4 50 F0 0 0 Tulsa/ Wagoner Broken Arrow
21 06/09/1993 1619 0.1 50 F0 0 0 Wagoner Near Oneta
22 04/17/1995 2214-2221 5 123 F2 0 0 Wagoner 1 S- 4 E Okay
23 06/18/1998 1740-1741 0.5 50 F0 0 0 Wagoner 5 W Porter
24 10/04/1998 2327 0.8 50 F0 0 0 Wagoner 1 SE Tullahassee
25 04/05/1999 0845 0.5 n/a F0 0 0 Wagoner 3 NE Okay
26 04/22/1999 1805-1806 0.3 50 F0 0 0 Wagoner 5 ENE Neodesha
27 05/01/2003 1655-1701 2 120 F1 0 0 Wagoner/ Muskogee 1 SSE - 3 SSE Okay (3 WNW Fort Gibson)
28 04/22/2004 1453-1457 1.6 150 F0 0 0 Wagoner 2.5 ENE - 4.2 ENE Broken Arrow
29 04/22/2004 1501-1516 4 200 F0 0 0 Wagoner 5.6 ENE - 9.6 ENE Broken Arrow
30 04/22/2004 1638-1647 1.2 80 F0 0 0 Wagoner 4.4 E - 5.6 E Coweta
31 05/13/2004 1504-1510 3 135 F1 0 0 Wagoner 2.2 NNW Coweta - Coweta
32 05/30/2004 0042-0050 4 300 F0 0 0 Wagoner 7.4 NNW - 8 N Wagoner
33 04/21/2005 1930 0.1 30 F0 0 0 Wagoner 6 N Wagoner
34 06/01/2005 1345-1347 0.1 30 F0 0 0 Wagoner 6 NE Wagoner
35 01/07/2008 2338 0.5 75 EF0 0 0 Wagoner 2 NE Porter
36 01/07/2008 2354-2358 3 100 EF0 0 0 Wagoner 5.5 NE - 8 NE Wagoner
37 12/08/2008 2336 0.6 50 EF1 0 0 Wagoner NE Broken Arrow
38 05/13/2010 0404-0408 5 550 EF2 0 2 Wagoner 1.5 SSE - 4.5 E Oneta
39 04/14/2011 1918-1922 1.8 290 EF1 0 0 Wagoner 3 NW - 3 NNW Wagoner
40 05/22/2011 1742-1742 4 300 EF1 0 0 Wagoner 7 N - 8 NNE Wagoner
41 05/24/2011 1942-2000 10 400 EF2 0 0 Muskogee/ Wagoner 5.5 SW - 2 SSW Red Bird
42 05/24/2011 2013-2020 4 450 EF2 0 0 Wagoner 1.5 SSW - 4 E Wagoner
43 03/30/2013 2035-2037 1.1 200 EF0 0 0 Muskogee/ Wagoner 2 ESE - 2.5 E Wybark
44 05/30/2013 1940-1954 6 450 EF2 0 0 Tulsa/ Wagoner 2 SSE Broken Arrow - 2.5 ENE Oneta
45 07/23/2013 2306-2312 4 850 EF1 0 0 Wagoner 3 W - 2 S Wagoner
46 05/16/2015 2226-2241 16 1000 EF2 0 0 Wagoner/ Rogers 4.5 SW Oneta - 3.5 WSW Inola
47 04/26/2016 2136-2139 1 150 EF1 0 0 Tulsa/ Wagoner 4.5 SSE - 4.5 SE Broken Arrow
48 05/18/2017 2130-2136 5 500 EF1 0 0 Wagoner 7 SSW - 4 SE Redbird
49 05/18/2017 2139-2152 10 700 EF1 0 0 Wagoner 1 SSW Porter - 1.5 WNW Wagoner
50 05/18/2017 2145-2159 17 650 EF1 0 0 Muskogee/ Wagoner/ Cherokee 5 W Fort Gibson - 5 NNW Hulbert
51 05/18/2017 2148-2205 13 650 EF1 0 0 Wagoner/ Mayes 4 SE Wagoner - 9.5 SE Chouteau
52 08/06/2017 0027-0031 3 400 EF1 0 0 Tulsa/ Wagoner 3 N - 3 ENE Broken Arrow
53 04/30/2019 1329-1336 2.3 150 EF1 0 0 Muskogee/ Wagoner 2.6 NNW Haskell - 4 W Redbird
54 04/30/2019 1402-1417 7.8 300 EF1 0 0 Wagoner 5.1 NW - 7.8 NNE Wagoner
55 05/20/2019 2109-2110 0.75 75 EF0 0 0 Wagoner 2 SW Wagoner
56 05/22/2019 1825-1827 1.8 75 EF? 0 0 Wagoner/ Rogers 9 N Oneta - 4.5 SE Catoosa
57 05/25/2019 2351-2354 1.8 350 EF0 0 0 Tulsa /Wagoner 1.5 NE - 2.9 NE Broken Arrow
58 10/20/2019 2208-2215 7.2 1100 EF1 0 0 Wagoner 5 E Coweta - 4.5 NW Wagoner
59 12/28/2019 1530-1532 1.2 160 EF0 0 0 Tulsa/ Wagoner 3.1 SSE - 3.1 SE Broken Arrow
60 10/10/2021 2145-2152 3.4 700 EF1 0 0 Wagoner 1.1 SSE - 2.4 NE Coweta
61 11/10/2021 1926-1927 0.4 100 EF0 0 0 Wagoner 5 NNE Broken Arrow - 5 S Catoosa
 

Significant Tornadoes in Wagoner County

  Date Time
(CST)
Length
of Path
(miles)
Width
of Path
(yards)
F-Scale Killed Injured County Location
  04/11/1966 1840 7 100 F3 0 6 Wagoner 2 NW Stonebluff - 2 W Coweta

This tornado first touched down briefly about 2 miles northwest of Stonebluff along U.S. Highway 64 and tore up bits of the asphalt highway. It moved northeastward across the Arkansas River where 3 anglers escaped injury by hanging onto trees as the funnel passed over them. The tornado touched down intermittently along its path through rural areas. The greatest damage occurred along a 3.5-mile stretch of the damage path just before the tornado dissipating 1.5 miles northwest of Coweta.

Four homes, 2 barns, and several outbuildings were demolished. One woman was injured when a toppled tree crushed the storm cellar door where she was sheltering. A family of 11 took shelter under and between beds as their home was leveled by the tornado. Fortunately, only one child received minor injuries. One of two women taking cover under a bridge was injured while their abandoned car had all of its windows broken out by the tornado. Three children were hurt when two cars went into ditches as the drivers fled from the storm.

  06/08/1974 1750 49 100 F3 0 42 Creek/ Tulsa/ Wagoner/ Rogers/ Mayes Sapulpa - Tulsa - ORU - near Chouteau

The second tornado to strike the Tulsa area on June 8, 1974 also touched down at 5:50 pm CST near Sapulpa and moved into Tulsa near 91st Street and Elwood Avenue. At the Riverside Airport, the anemometer pegged 100 knots for several minutes. The tornado moved in an east-northeastward direction causing extensive damage to Oral Roberts University (ORU) and the residential additions of Walnut Creek and Southridge Estates which are adjacent to the ORU campus. Extensive damage also occurred at the Player Park housing addition north of 71st Street.

The tornado continued in the east-northeasterly direction, and caused damage at or near Broken Arrow, Inola, and Chouteau before dissipating. The damage path was 45 miles long and up to 100 yards wide. A total of 42 persons were injured by the tornado.

  06/05/1975 1515 0.5 150 F2 0 1 Wagoner Near Broken Arrow (just N of 41st on Oak Grove Road)

A woman was slightly injured as the tornado touched down just north of 41st Street on Oak Grove Road near Broken Arrow. Eleven buildings were destroyed as the tornado moved northeastward briefly.

  08/27/1982 1630 1 50 F2 0 2 Wagoner Near Wagoner

A small tornado destroyed a mobile home and two barns. Two people residing in the mobile home received minor injuries, including one woman who required stitches for her hand.

  05/13/2010 0404-0408 5 550 EF2 0 2 Wagoner 1.5 SSE - 4.5 E Oneta

A line of thunderstorms intensified as it moved into eastern Oklahoma during the early morning hours of the 13th. A number of tornadoes developed on the leading edge of the bowing line of storms over northeastern Oklahoma. The storms also produced damaging wind gusts.

A tornado severely damaged a home, destroyed several shops and outbuildings, snapped or uprooted numerous trees, and blew down power poles. The estimated peak wind in the tornado based on this damage was 120 mph. Two people were injured by flying debris in the severely damaged home.

 

Records taken from the Storm Prediction Center archive data, "Storm Data", and data from the National Weather Service office in Norman. Data modified as described in NOAA Tech Memo NWS SR-209 (Speheger, D., 2001: "Corrections to the Historic Tornado Database").

Historic data, especially before 1950, are likely incomplete.