What was the 2011 tornado called?
Super Outbreak of 2011
Super Outbreak of 2011, also called Tornado Super Outbreak of 2011, series of tornadoes on April 26–28, 2011, that affected parts of the southern, eastern, and central United States and produced particularly severe damage in the state of Alabama.
How many tornadoes were in 2013?
There were at least 903 tornadoes confirmed in the United States in 2013. A total of 115 fatalities were confirmed worldwide in 2013: 55 in the United States, 36 in Bangladesh, 24 in China, three in Turkey and two in Brazil. One of these tornadoes was the largest ever at 2.6 miles wide.
How long did the 2011 Super Outbreak last?
3 days, 7 hours, 18 minutes
2011 Super Outbreak
|The storm system responsible for the historic tornado outbreak across the Southern United States on April 27|
|Max. rating1||EF5 tornado|
|Duration of tornado outbreak2||3 days, 7 hours, 18 minutes|
|Largest hail||4.5 inches (11 cm) in diameter in Saltville, Virginia, on April 27|
Where did tornadoes and tornadoes occur in 2012?
This page documents the tornadoes and tornado outbreaks of 2012. Extremely destructive tornadoes form most frequently in the United States, Bangladesh, Brazil and Eastern India, but they can occur almost anywhere under the right conditions.
How many people died in the 2012 Oklahoma tornadoes?
6 fatalities, 101 injuries. From April 13 to 16, 2012, a major tornado outbreak occurred across a large portion of the Great Plains. The storms resulted in 6 tornado-related fatalities, all of which occurred as a result of a nighttime EF3 tornado that caused major damage in and around Woodward, Oklahoma.
How many tornadoes hit Hawaii in 2012?
A total of 70 tornadoes were confirmed as a result of this outbreak. On the morning of March 9, 2012, a particularly devastating and long-lived hailstorm hit the Hawaiian islands of Oahu and Lanai.
How many people died in the 2012 Great Plains tornado outbreak?
Tornadic – 170 mph (270 km/h) near Marquette, Kansas on April 14) Straight-line – 97 mph (156 km/h) near Oskaloosa, Iowa on April 14. 6 fatalities, 101 injuries. From April 13 to 16, 2012, a major tornado outbreak occurred across a large portion of the Great Plains.