The tornado struck a subdivision, destroying several roofs and garages. The EF5 tornado that struck Hagerstown, Maryland killed 49 people, the most from a single tornado since the Joplin tornado in 2011. Meanwhile, a satellite tornado briefly touched down, making a moving car slam against two other parked cars and flipping another one on top of them. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Storm spotters recorded a brief tornado crossing PA 428 in a heavily-forested area. The May 25, 2020 tornado outbreak (colloquially the Great Memorial Day Outbreak) was an extensive tornado outbreak targeting the Mid-Atlantic states, primarily the states of Pennsylvania and Maryland. From there, the tornado tracked over open country but managed to swept clean several well build brick homes in numerous farmsteads and dig 2 feet deep, 15 feet long ditches in a couple of spots in fields, taking aloft dirt, mud and crops. Emergency management originally encountered a weak tornado as it crossed PA 948, but it intensified over the neighboring forest. Numerous supercell thunderstorms flared up ahead of the cold front, producing most of the stronger tornadoes. Overall, in the Silverton area 20 people were killed and 58 were injured, with over 4 billion dollars worth of damage, 3.5 of them due to the EF5 alone. There, four people were injured, but no fatalities were reported. Hypothetical Tornadoes Wiki is a FANDOM Lifestyle Community. Robert Morris University Island Sports Center, https://hypotheticaltornadoes.fandom.com/wiki/Tornado_outbreak_of_May_25,_2020?oldid=62609. An upper-level low over the southwest United States evolved into a negatively-tilted shortwave trough as it moved over the southeastern United States. The first tornado to strike Silverton was an EF3 that hit during the morning hours. On January 10, the Storm Prediction Center issued a moderate risk of severe weather for much of the Southern United States, including a 15% hatched risk of tornadoes. A concrete building being damaged by the tornado. Several cars were picked up and mangled beyond recognition, with a Dodge Ram truck still missing. This page documents notable tornadoes and tornado outbreaks worldwide in 2020.Strong and destructive tornadoes form most frequently in the United States, Argentina, Brazil, Bangladesh, and Eastern India, but can occur almost anywhere under the right conditions.Tornadoes also develop occasionally in southern Canada during the Northern Hemisphere's summer and somewhat regularly … 97% of the buildings in Wakita were severely damaged or destroyed, with the east section of town being the hardest hit. Tracked across the south side of the city, damaging numerous homes and a business district on High Street. During the night, a tornado touched down and went on to destroy areas near Canton and the town of Wakita. This one made landfall damaging the roof of an outbuilding and damaging the contents, This tornado completely destroyed a barn and a grain bin, along with a row of power poles and an abandoned metal trailer, Almost stationary tornado that touched down several times on a hill. This outbreak also saw the first confirmed EF5 tornado since 2013, which struck Hagerstown, Maryland, killing 49 people. It produced the most tornadoes on record in the Mid-Atlantic, and was the deadliest tornado outbreak in the area since the May 31, 1985 outbreak. The two fatalities were two storm chasers that were following the tornado on a track parallel to the path of the twister, to the northeast, but the tornado took a right turn to the east-northeast, picking up the truck with the chasers inside and throwing it in a field, making it explode. It touched down west-southwest of town and moved towards the north, destroying an entire farmstead and metal power trusses in the process. This, along with an associated cold front moving through the area, suggested favorable conditions for an unprecedented severe weather outbreak. The tornado outbreak of January 10–11, 2020 was a two-day severe weather event … At the same time, two slow moving supercells to the south formed and then converged after several hours and a few weak tornadoes, forming one big supercell, that produced the last tornado of the outbreak during the morning hours of May 24th. The remnant low from Hurricane Delta and a front stalled near the North Carolina/South Carolina border set the stage for a tornado outbreak across eastern South and North Carolina during the afternoon of October 11, 2020. It produced the most tornadoes on record in the Mid-Atlantic, and was the deadliest tornado outbreak in the area since the May 31, 1985 outbreak. Once the twister and mesocyclone strengthened on the radar screens of the National Weather Service, a Tornado Emergency was issued for the area. The main tornado picked up a truck and slammed it back almost hitting a bank, where the roof was severely damaged. The most considerable damage was found in the latter two thirds of the tornado's path. In the early-morning hours of May 25, the Storm Prediction Center issued a rare high risk area for central Pennsylvania and portions of Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia. Here, numerous poorly build homes were swept clean and many more lost all the walls except the interior ones. The tornado injured 12 people and killed two. An eastward-moving shortwave trough tracked across the continental United States through that two-day period, combining with abundant moisture, instability, and wind shear to promote the formation of a long-lived squall line. A weak tornado moved through a residential neighborhood, lightly damaging numerous homes. A few trees were downed as well, Tornado generated by a left split of the first Silverton supercell. 81 people were killed during the entire outbreak, the most in the region since 1985, and the storm caused $3 billion in damage. This violent EF5 killed 19 people and injured 54. The twister destroyed two homes and several chalets along a little lake, while a car exploded. Southwest of town, a couple of farmsteads were struck, with the main buildings destroyed at EF3 strength and numerous crops were scoured. Numerous outbuildings were swept clean, First of three waterspouts that formed at the same moment over the, Second of the three waterspouts. https://hypotheticaltornadoes.fandom.com/wiki/Tornado_Outbreak_of_May_23-24,_2020?oldid=29645, This tornado struck mainly open country but managed to destroy a barn along with two grain elevators, a wooden bridge, a jeep and a tractor. Two people were injured when their car was flipped, This multiple vortex tornado remained mainly over open country but three farmsteads were hit, with two barns and a house completely destroyed. Numerous trees were uprooted or snapped. Among the deaths, was a storm chaser who was thrown in the air and slammed back to the ground with his armored vehicle. An upper level storm system associated with an upper level trough came down from Canada on May 22nd and rapidly intensified and went negative tilted. Well build homes lost their first floors, cars were thrown, mangled beyond recognition and wrapped around trees. In fact, a petroleum truck was thrown and made explode on the road, a radio transmission tower was swept clean, a farm equipment store was completely blown away, with several tractors and combine harvesters picked up, mangled beyond recognition and put back down several miles away, a well build home was taken off from the foundations and rolled on the road and an entire farmstead was demolished, with only the main house left standing with EF1 damage, while everything else was swept clean. Most of the roof and second floor of the building was destroyed and numerous vehicles included a school bus were flipped or picked up and destroyed. However, two days before the outbreak, forecast models began showing increasingly higher levels of instability in an area focused in the Lower Susquehanna Valley. Main article: Tornado outbreak of January 10–11, 2020 High-end EF2 damage to a house near Carrollton, Alabama. A boat was thrown several hundred yards and an entire row of power lines was destroyed along with numerous trees, This tornado struck a farmstead and a gas station, destroying three grain elevators and flipping two 18-wheelers. Before dissipating, the tornado destroyed an abandoned factory where two people had to be rescued after being submerged in water from a broken pipe for several hours. Around 11AM EDT, the Storm Prediction Center issued a Particularly Dangerous Situation (PDS) Tornado Watch for central Pennsylvania, the first ever issued for the region. A brief tornado was spotted in an open field. The tornado outbreak of January 10–11, 2020 was a two-day severe weather event stretching from the South-Central Plains eastward into the Southeast United States. On April 23, 2020 a large outbreak of tornadoes impacted Ohio, eastern Indiana, and … The tornado struck the northern part of Canton, destroying several roofs and downing trees at EF2 force. This violent nighttime tornado touched the ground just southwest of the city of Canton and started moving north-northeast. It touched the ground during the morning hours of May 24th near the town of Loyal, after two nighttime supercells merged after putting down a few weak tornadoes over western Oklahoma. Overall, the outbreak was the second largest tornado outbreak in the history of Oklahoma right after October 4th, 1998 (which brought 26 tornadoes to the State instead of 25) but it was the most expensive with over 5 billion dollars in damage (mostly due to the Silverton and Wakita tornadoes) and the deadliest, with 112 fatalities and over 800 injuries (most of them were caused by the Wakita tornado). Tornado Outbreak of April 12, 2020. February kicked off in similar fashion, with another sizable set of events, including the biggest regional tornado outbreak on … However, low level helicity was unfavorable for a significant tornado outbreak. To the experts' surprise, a local enhancement of 0-1 km SHR (created by a bulge along the dryline) over northwestern Oklahoma and over southwestern Oklahoma not predicted by models made the enviroment perfect for a violent series of tornadoes. The Silverton area, in southwestern Oklahoma, was the hardest hit by the event, with 9 different tornadoes passing through the city, some of them being on the ground at the same time and following the same paths. Dissipated before reaching Gobbler’s Knob. Originally, the afternoon of May 25, 2020 was expected to be relatively quiet in terms of severe weather. The tornadoes were well documented up close by a team of storm chasers. The EF5 as it neared Silverton Regional Airport, View of the path left by the Silverton EF5, with the destroyed high school in the foreground. As the afternoon arrived, storms kept getting worse and stronger, putting down several more tornadoes before dark.
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