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List of United States tornadoes from January to March 2016

This is a list of all tornadoes that were confirmed by local offices of the National Weather Service in the United States from January to March 2016.

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United States yearly totalEdit

Confirmed tornadoes by Enhanced Fujita rating
EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
30 532 311 75 26 2 0 976


JanuaryEdit

Confirmed tornadoes by Enhanced Fujita rating
EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 8 6 4 0 0 0 18

January 6 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Wednesday, January 6, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF0 N of Hollister San Benito CA 36°56′14″N 121°22′56″W / 36.9373°N 121.3821°W / 36.9373; -121.3821 (Hollister (Jan. 6, EF0)) 1650–1651 0.67 mi (1.08 km) 20 yd (18 m) $75,000 Two large barns/sheds sustained significant roof damage. A fence and some trees were also damaged. [1]
EF0 SW of Fillmore Ventura CA 34°21′32″N 118°56′33″W / 34.3589°N 118.9425°W / 34.3589; -118.9425 (Fillmore (Jan. 6, EF0)) 1825 – ? 0.5 mi (0.80 km) 200 ft (61 m) Small, brief, and intermittent tornado just west of Bardsdale downed trees and knocked over fences. [2]

January 7 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Thursday, January 7, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF0 ENE of Marathon Monroe FL 24°43′53″N 81°00′50″W / 24.7315°N 81.0139°W / 24.7315; -81.0139 (Marathon (Jan. 7, EF0)) 1130–1131 0.09 mi (140 m) 20 yd (18 m) $2,000 A waterspout moved onshore just north of Key Colony Beach, damaging a metal overhang at a seafood distribution business and tearing/damaging several tarps and coverings on several boats at a marina. [3]

January 9 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Saturday, January 9, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF2 Southern Cape Coral Lee FL 26°34′12″N 82°02′13″W / 26.57°N 82.037°W / 26.57; -82.037 (Cape Coral (Jan. 9, EF2)) 2345–2352 3.35 mi (5.39 km) 182 yd (166 m) $2,000,000 A strong tornado damaged 178 structures in the southern part of Cape Coral, including 163 homes that sustained minor damage, 14 homes that sustained major damage, and 1 home that was destroyed. More than 100 power poles were downed. Three people were injured. [4]

January 15 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Friday, January 15, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF1 SW of Fort Myers Lee FL 26°33′01″N 81°54′45″W / 26.5503°N 81.9126°W / 26.5503; -81.9126 (Fort Myers (Jan. 15, EF1)) 1610–1612 0.19 mi (310 m) 45 yd (41 m) $200,000 Brief tornado damaged four structures in the McGregor area. A pool maintenance building had its roof ripped off and thrown into a nearby structure, and trees were snapped. An apartment building sustained roof, window, and porch damage. [5]

January 17 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Sunday, January 17, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF2 S of Sarasota Sarasota FL 27°15′11″N 82°32′23″W / 27.253°N 82.5396°W / 27.253; -82.5396 (Siesta Key/Sarasota (Jan. 17, EF2)) 0810–0815 1.15 mi (1.85 km) 350 yd (320 m) $12,000,000 Numerous homes and other structures were damaged, with the second floor of one home collapsing on Siesta Key. Two people were injured. [6]
EF2 W of Duette Manatee FL 27°32′17″N 82°13′08″W / 27.538°N 82.219°W / 27.538; -82.219 (Duette (Jan. 17, EF2)) 0835–0848 9.2 mi (14.8 km) 300 yd (270 m) $150,000 2 deaths – A single-wide mobile home was rolled over and destroyed, a 2,000-square-foot (190 m2) barn was destroyed, and trees were downed. The two deaths and an additional four injuries occurred inside the mobile home. [7]
EF1 NNW of Hobe Sound Martin FL 27°05′14″N 80°08′59″W / 27.0873°N 80.1497°W / 27.0873; -80.1497 (Hobe Sound (Jan. 17, EF1)) 1213–1215 0.8 mi (1.3 km) 75 yd (69 m) $100,000 Eight homes and four vehicles sustained damage from fallen trees and flying debris. [8]

January 21 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Thursday, January 21, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF0 SE of Crystal Springs Copiah MS 31°56′20″N 90°17′53″W / 31.9388°N 90.2981°W / 31.9388; -90.2981 (Crystal Springs (Jan. 21, EF0)) 2214–2219 3.03 mi (4.88 km) 50 yd (46 m) $17,000 A weak tornado caused minor roof damage to two homes and snapped several trees. [9]
EF1 SE of Midway to WNW of Wesson Lincoln, Copiah MS 31°41′31″N 90°32′11″W / 31.6919°N 90.5363°W / 31.6919; -90.5363 (Loyd Star (Jan. 21, EF1)) 2225 – 2233 5.34 mi (8.59 km) 200 yd (180 m) $165,000 Two sheds were damaged and two homes sustained roof damage, one of which had a section of roof torn off. Trees were damaged and downed along the path. [10][11]
EF1 Pinola Simpson MS 31°51′56″N 90°00′45″W / 31.8656°N 90.0125°W / 31.8656; -90.0125 (Pinola (Jan. 21, EF1)) 2320–2329 3.89 mi (6.26 km) 300 yd (270 m) $17,000 Two mobile homes sustained roof damage, one of which lost most of its roof. Several trees were snapped as well. [12]
EF0 NW of Homewood Scott MS 32°15′45″N 89°32′19″W / 32.2624°N 89.5387°W / 32.2624; -89.5387 (Homewood (Jan. 21, EF0)) 2346–2349 2.09 mi (3.36 km) 75 yd (69 m) $9,000 Several large pine trees were snapped. A few other large limbs were broken off as well. [13]
EF1 NNW of Tangipahoa Tangipahoa LA 30°53′14″N 90°31′09″W / 30.8872°N 90.5192°W / 30.8872; -90.5192 (Tangipahoa (Jan. 21, EF1)) 2358–2359 0.24 mi (0.39 km) 50 yd (46 m) $0 A dozen large oak trees were uprooted or had their trunks snapped. [14]
EF2 SSW of Sumrall Lamar MS 31°19′27″N 89°39′02″W / 31.3241°N 89.6506°W / 31.3241; -89.6506 (Improve (Jan. 21, EF2)) 0049–0056 6.46 mi (10.40 km) 530 yd (480 m) $65,000 A frame home had much of its roof blown off, and a garage was destroyed as a result of this low-end EF2 tornado. A mobile home was tipped over and another sustained roof damage. Numerous trees were snapped along the path. [15]

January 22 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Friday, January 22, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF0 ESE of Paxton Walton FL 30°53′49″N 86°11′50″W / 30.8969°N 86.1972°W / 30.8969; -86.1972 (Paxton (Jan. 22, EF0)) 0744–0749 3.03 mi (4.88 km) 50 yd (46 m) $0 Trees were downed. [16]
EF0 N of Broad Branch Calhoun FL 30°21′23″N 85°18′12″W / 30.3563°N 85.3032°W / 30.3563; -85.3032 (Broad Branch (Jan. 22, EF0)) 0949–0951 1.17 mi (1.88 km) 50 yd (46 m) $0 Trees were downed. [17]

January 27 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Wednesday, January 27, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF1 SE of Coconut Creek Broward FL 26°14′06″N 80°10′51″W / 26.2349°N 80.1809°W / 26.2349; -80.1809 (Coconut Creek (Jan. 27, EF1)) 1430–1436 2.29 mi (3.69 km) 35 yd (32 m) $850,000 Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted, several cars were tossed, and a bus was flipped. Several condos sustained substantial roof damage, with concrete blocks tossed many yards. Light poles were snapped, a tractor trailer was turned onto its side, and power lines were downed. Two people were injured. [18]

January 28 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Thursday, January 28, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF0 Delray Beach to Ocean Ridge Palm Beach FL 26°27′24″N 80°06′09″W / 26.4568°N 80.1025°W / 26.4568; -80.1025 (Delray Beach (Jan. 28, EF0)) 1532–1543 7.12 mi (11.46 km) 10 yd (9.1 m) Unknown A tornado inflicted minor damage to the roof of a home, trees, fencing, and vegetation. A condominium complex sustained minor damage as well. [19]

FebruaryEdit

Confirmed tornadoes by Enhanced Fujita rating
EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 35 49 10 5 0 0 99

February 2 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Tuesday, February 2, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF1 S of Newton to WSW of Hickory Newton MS 32°14′39″N 89°09′25″W / 32.2441°N 89.1570°W / 32.2441; -89.1570 (Newton (Feb. 2, EF1)) 2048–2052 7.13 mi (11.47 km) 150 yd (140 m) $120,000 Three site-built homes and a mobile home were damaged, two chicken houses were destroyed, and numerous trees and power poles were snapped along the path. [20]
EF2 SW of Collinsville to S of De Kalb Lauderdale, Kemper MS 32°28′07″N 88°52′30″W / 32.4685°N 88.8749°W / 32.4685; -88.8749 (Collinsville (Feb. 2, EF2)) 2119–2149 21.23 mi (34.17 km) 880 yd (800 m) $1,485,000 A strong wedge tornado damaged numerous homes and other structures in subdivisions in and around Collinsville, heavily damaged or destroyed a couple mobile homes, and caused extensive damage to buildings at Collinsville Baptist Church. Moving to the northeast, the tornado downed many trees, damaged outbuildings, and caused minor roof and fencing damage at West Lauderdale High School before dissipating in Kemper County. [21][22]
EF2 ESE of De Kalb to W of Panola, AL Kemper, Noxubee MS 32°43′49″N 88°34′39″W / 32.7303°N 88.5776°W / 32.7303; -88.5776 (Oak Grove/Scooba (Feb. 2, EF2)) 2153–2223 18.52 mi (29.81 km) 300 yd (270 m) $270,000 A multiple-vortex tornado impacted the west side of Scooba, downing many trees and power lines and damaging the baseball field, fence, and field-house buildings at East Mississippi Community College, as well as two mobile buildings and the roofs of several homes in the area. Moving away from Scooba, the tornado mowed down groves of trees, completely destroyed a well-constructed barn, a carport, and a metal shed, caused minor roof damage to another home, and damaged several other sheds. More trees were downed as the tornado dissipated near the Noxubee River. [23][24]
EF2 NNW of Panola to SW of Reform Pickens AL 33°01′38″N 88°19′04″W / 33.0273°N 88.3177°W / 33.0273; -88.3177 (McMullen/Carrollton (Feb. 2, EF2)) 2234–2309 26.2 mi (42.2 km) 1,200 yd (1,100 m) $0 A strong wedge tornado was caught on camera by local media moved north-northeastward through Pickens County, causing minor damage to a building at a campground in Cochrane and to another building at the Aliceville federal prison. Multiple mobile homes and frame homes were heavily damaged or destroyed in the Sapp community northwest of Aliceville and McMullen, and trees blown over onto homes and other structures on the west side of Carrollton. Thousands of trees were snapped and uprooted along the path, and one person was injured. [25]
EF1 W of Alamo Crockett TN 35°46′02″N 89°10′04″W / 35.7673°N 89.1677°W / 35.7673; -89.1677 (Alamo (Feb. 2, EF1)) 2255–2303 2.64 mi (4.25 km) 100 yd (91 m) $150,000 A mobile home, a site-built structure, several houses, and several buildings at Crockett County High School sustained roof damage as a result of this rain-wrapped tornado. Numerous sheds were damaged and many trees were downed, especially at the Crockett County Golf Club. Two tractor-trailers were overturned on U.S. Highway 412. The driver of one of the overturned trucks was injured. [26]
EF1 Shuqualak to SE of Macon Noxubee MS 32°58′58″N 88°34′24″W / 32.9828°N 88.5732°W / 32.9828; -88.5732 (Shuqualak (Feb. 2, EF1)) 2327–2336 6.59 mi (10.61 km) 150 yd (140 m) $170,000 A large portion of the roof was removed from a gas station in Shuqualak, a 60-foot (18 m) section of the roof was taken off and windows were blown out of an old school building, and many trees were downed. [27]
EF1 SE of Kennedy Fayette AL 33°32′24″N 87°54′55″W / 33.5399°N 87.9153°W / 33.5399; -87.9153 (Ashcraft Corner (Feb. 2, EF1)) 2336–2345 6.12 mi (9.85 km) 500 yd (460 m) $0 A house sustained minor roof and porch damage, and numerous trees were downed. [28]
EF1 SW of Neshoba Neshoba MS 32°36′26″N 89°09′17″W / 32.6071°N 89.1547°W / 32.6071; -89.1547 (Neshoba (Feb. 2, EF1)) 0039–0041 0.68 mi (1.09 km) 50 yd (46 m) $22,000 A house had its tin roof torn off, an outbuilding was destroyed, and several trees were snapped or uprooted. [29]
EF1 SE of Beaverton Lamar AL 33°52′40″N 88°01′16″W / 33.8779°N 88.0210°W / 33.8779; -88.0210 (Beaverton (Feb. 2, EF1)) 0210–0216 4.13 mi (6.65 km) 400 yd (370 m) $0 One home sustained major roof damage, another sustained minor roof damage, and many trees were downed. [30]

February 3 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Wednesday, February 3, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF0 E of Ethelsville Pickens AL 33°23′44″N 88°09′49″W / 33.3956°N 88.1635°W / 33.3956; -88.1635 (Ethelsville (Feb. 3, EF0)) 0502–0508 4.18 mi (6.73 km) 1,400 yd (1,300 m) $0 A weak wedge tornado downed several trees. [31]
EF0 SW of Lexington Davidson NC 35°47′56″N 80°19′07″W / 35.7989°N 80.3185°W / 35.7989; -80.3185 (Lexington (Feb. 3, EF0)) 1802–1804 1.03 mi (1.66 km) 50 yd (46 m) $25,000 Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted, some of which fell onto and damaged homes and vehicles. Other homes sustained damage to shingles, gutters, and siding. [32]
EF1 NE of Lexington Davidson NC 35°50′42″N 80°09′08″W / 35.8451°N 80.1522°W / 35.8451; -80.1522 (Lexington (Feb. 3, EF1)) 1814–1816 1.67 mi (2.69 km) 100 yd (91 m) $100,000 Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted, some of which fell onto and damaged homes and vehicles. Other homes sustained damage to shingles, gutters, and siding. Six to eight farm outbuildings were severely damaged or destroyed, including a few that had collapsed walls and major loss of roof panels. [33]
EF0 ESE of Pine Ridge Lexington SC 33°54′12″N 81°04′11″W / 33.9033°N 81.0696°W / 33.9033; -81.0696 (Pine Ridge (Feb. 3, EF0)) 1928–1929 0.69 mi (1.11 km) 75 yd (69 m) $50,000 A brief tornado either damaged or destroyed several cars in a storage lot and downed a few trees. [34]
EF1 Fort Stewart Liberty GA 31°52′18″N 81°37′29″W / 31.8717°N 81.6247°W / 31.8717; -81.6247 (Fort Stewart (Feb. 3, EF1)) 2200–2212 5.7 mi (9.2 km) 300 yd (270 m) $5,080,000 A high-end EF1 tornado touched down near Gate 7 on Fort Stewart and moved slowly northeast, causing heavy damage to six to ten homes in one neighborhood, mainly as a result of falling pine trees. However, one home had approximately 75 percent of its poorly-attached roof removed by the tornado itself. Three cars were moved/rolled-over in the parking lot at Diamond Elementary School, and one corner of the gymnasium sustained roof damage. Many trees and several power lines were downed along the path, which totaled damage to approximately 42 homes, 150 to 200 vehicles, and 8 storage unit facilities. [35]

February 15 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Monday, February 15, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF0 SE of Plaucheville Avoyelles LA 30°57′12″N 91°55′19″W / 30.9533°N 91.9219°W / 30.9533; -91.9219 (Plaucheville (Feb. 15, EF0)) 1622–1623 0.32 mi (0.51 km) 20 yd (18 m) $10,000 Three mobile homes and one brick home sustained minor shingle, awning, and carport damage. A storage building lost one of its walls, a barn had part of its door and wall ripped off, and a small storage shed was thrown 20 yards off of its foundation. Several trees were snapped as well. [36]
EF0 NNE of Clinton Hinds MS 32°22′34″N 90°19′00″W / 32.3762°N 90.3166°W / 32.3762; -90.3166 (Clinton (Feb. 15, EF0)) 1700–1701 0.52 mi (0.84 km) 50 yd (46 m) $3,000 A few cedar trees were snapped, a hardwood tree had its top blown off, and large limbs were broken. [37]
EF2 SW of Wesson to ENE of Pinola Copiah, Simpson MS 31°41′46″N 90°24′08″W / 31.696°N 90.4023°W / 31.696; -90.4023 (Wesson (Feb. 15, EF2)) 1810–1857 30.34 mi (48.83 km) 250 yd (230 m) $960,000 A tornado touched down in Wesson and produced EF1 damage in town. Trees and power lines were downed, and Wesson High School and a home sustained roof damage. The tornado exited town and reached high-end EF2 strength in the rural community of Stronghope, where a frame home and a shop building were destroyed, another home had its roof torn off, and a mobile home sustained roof damage. Further east, the tornado weakened to EF1 strength as two homes sustained roof damage. The tornado then entered Simpson County, where there was minor damage to a home and a barn before the tornado dissipated near Pinola. Numerous trees were snapped and uprooted along the path, some of which landed on homes and vehicles. [38][39]
EF1 SE of Thomastown Leake MS 32°48′56″N 89°36′22″W / 32.8155°N 89.6062°W / 32.8155; -89.6062 (Thomastown (Feb. 15, EF1)) 1815–1819 1.88 mi (3.03 km) 300 yd (270 m) $800,000 A high-end EF1 tornado flattened three chicken houses, snapped and uprooted numerous trees, and caused minor roof damage to a house. [40]
EF1 NE of Zama Winston MS 33°02′05″N 89°16′45″W / 33.0346°N 89.2791°W / 33.0346; -89.2791 (Zama (Feb. 15, EF1)) 1845–1850 2.51 mi (4.04 km) 200 yd (180 m) $45,000 A tornado snapped or uprooted several trees. [41]
EF0 SSW of Welsh Jefferson Davis LA 30°09′38″N 92°51′14″W / 30.1606°N 92.8538°W / 30.1606; -92.8538 (Welsh (Feb. 15, EF0)) 1904–1905 0.78 mi (1.26 km) 10 yd (9.1 m) $0 Law enforcement reported a brief tornado that caused no damage. [42]
EF1 S of Tylertown Walthall MS 31°04′20″N 90°10′58″W / 31.0721°N 90.1828°W / 31.0721; -90.1828 (Tylertown (Feb. 15, EF1)) 1915–1922 5 mi (8.0 km) 250 yd (230 m) Unknown A manufactured home had its roof blown off and an exterior wall collapsed, injuring two people inside. Another manufactured home sustained minor damage, and many trees and power lines were damaged. [43]
EF0 NW of Mize Smith MS 31°56′48″N 89°37′38″W / 31.9468°N 89.6273°W / 31.9468; -89.6273 (Magee (Feb. 15, EF0)) 1924–1927 2.1 mi (3.4 km) 100 yd (91 m) $15,000 A brief tornado downed a few trees along its path. [44]
EF1 Sylvarena Smith MS 31°59′36″N 89°24′31″W / 31.9934°N 89.4087°W / 31.9934; -89.4087 (Sylvarena (Feb. 15, EF1)) 1943–1947 2.72 mi (4.38 km) 250 yd (230 m) $250,000 Several structures along Highway 18 in Sylvarena were damaged, as a gas station's canopy was ripped off and an antenna was blown down. Homes also sustained roof damage and some were damaged by uprooted trees. [45]
EF1 NE of Sylvarena to SW of Garlandville Smith, Jasper MS 32°03′02″N 89°20′29″W / 32.0506°N 89.3413°W / 32.0506; -89.3413 (Montrose (Feb. 15, EF1)) 1952–2011 14.62 mi (23.53 km) 350 yd (320 m) $608,000 Several buildings in Montrose were damaged, including a church with roof damage and a few homes that were damaged by falling trees. Trees were snapped or uprooted throughout its path, with a few also falling on homes. [46][47]
EF3 NW of McDavid, FL to NW of Pollard, AL Escambia (FL), Escambia (AL) FL, AL 30°52′15″N 87°22′52″W / 30.8707°N 87.3810°W / 30.8707; -87.3810 (Century (Feb. 15, EF3)) 2132–2155 16.45 mi (26.47 km) 300 yd (270 m) $5,750,000 Numerous homes and mobile homes were destroyed or heavily damaged in and around Century as a result of this tornado. A few frame homes were left with only interior rooms standing and one was flattened. A church was shifted off of its foundation and a large metal building sustained major damage as well. A workshop building and several outbuildings were destroyed, and many trees and power poles were snapped along the path. Three people were injured by this tornado. This was the first confirmed EF3+ tornado in the state of Florida since the Groundhog Day tornadoes of February 2, 2007. [48][49]
EF0 S of Cecil Montgomery AL 32°14′07″N 86°01′27″W / 32.2352°N 86.0243°W / 32.2352; -86.0243 (Cecil (Feb. 15, EF0)) 2200–2205 2.46 mi (3.96 km) 75 yd (69 m) $0 A weak tornado removed metal paneling from a barn, destroyed an outbuilding, snapped pine trees, downed tree limbs, and caused minor roof damage to a house. [50]
EF2 WNW of Brooklyn Conecuh AL 31°16′21″N 86°50′54″W / 31.2724°N 86.8483°W / 31.2724; -86.8483 (Johnsonville (Feb. 15, EF2)) 2233–2237 2.19 mi (3.52 km) 250 yd (230 m) $750,000 The Johnsonville Volunteer Fire Department was completely destroyed, a well built home sustained extensive roof damage, and significant tree damage occurred. A few more homes sustained roof damage and an unanchored single wide mobile home was destroyed further along the path as well. [51]
EF1 N of Red Level Covington AL 31°27′27″N 86°37′05″W / 31.4574°N 86.6181°W / 31.4574; -86.6181 (Red Level (Feb. 15, EF1)) 2300–2302 4.53 mi (7.29 km) 50 yd (46 m) $100,000 A single wide mobile home was destroyed, where one person suffered a minor injury, a few residences had minor roof damage and sporadic tree damage occurred along the path. [52]
EF1 S of Brundidge Pike AL 31°39′42″N 85°50′23″W / 31.6617°N 85.8398°W / 31.6617; -85.8398 (Tarentum (Feb. 15, EF1)) 0020–0026 4.98 mi (8.01 km) 400 yd (370 m) $0 A mobile home and a partially covered horse arena were destroyed. A frame home sustained minor roof damage. Many pine trees were snapped along the path, some of which landed on and destroyed a mobile home and also damaged a frame home. [53]
EF1 SW of Crawford Russell AL 32°24′00″N 85°20′51″W / 32.4°N 85.3476°W / 32.4; -85.3476 (Hugley (Feb. 15, EF1)) 0057–0104 6.8 mi (10.9 km) 400 yd (370 m) $0 A large metal shed was lofted over power lines and destroyed, and the debris toppled two power poles. A frame home sustained shingle damage and collapse of a chimney. Many trees were snapped and uprooted along the path. [54]
EF0 Crawford Russell, Lee AL 32°23′43″N 85°15′17″W / 32.3952°N 85.2546°W / 32.3952; -85.2546 (Crawford (Feb. 15, EF0)) 0100–0108 7.09 mi (11.41 km) 250 yd (230 m) $0 A tornado caused minor damage in Crawford before crossing into Lee County and dissipating. Homes sustained shingle damage, an outbuilding sustained significant roof damage, and a vacant home was damaging by a falling cedar tree. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted. [55][56]

February 16 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Tuesday, February 16, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF1 S of Moore Haven Glades FL 26°49′02″N 81°06′23″W / 26.8173°N 81.1064°W / 26.8173; -81.1064 (Moore Haven (Feb. 16, EF1)) 0949–0953 1.77 mi (2.85 km) 75 yd (69 m) Unknown Two mobile homes were destroyed, one of which was flipped and another which had most of its walls removed. A home had its back porch destroyed and its roof damaged, the porch roof of a mobile home was destroyed, and the side of a shed was pierced by debris. Power lines were downed, fences were damaged, a greenhouse and some dog and chicken pens were destroyed, and trees were uprooted. [57]
EF0 ENE of Miles City Collier FL 26°13′N 81°11′W / 26.22°N 81.18°W / 26.22; -81.18 (Sunniland (Feb. 16, EF0)) 1010–1017 4 mi (6.4 km) 10 yd (9.1 m) Unknown A Florida Highway Patrol officer reported a tornado north of Interstate 75 which tracked to the northeast. [58]
EF0 Southeastern Weston to Northern Davie Broward FL 26°04′29″N 80°21′46″W / 26.0747°N 80.3628°W / 26.0747; -80.3628 (Davie (Feb. 16, EF0)) 1205–1218 6.72 mi (10.81 km) 50 yd (46 m) Unknown Many trees were downed along the path, power lines were downed, and shingle and soffit damage occurred to homes. [59]
EF1 Pompano Beach to Southern Lighthouse Point Broward FL 26°14′42″N 80°07′44″W / 26.245°N 80.1289°W / 26.245; -80.1289 (Pompano Beach Airpark (Feb. 16, EF1)) 1210–1216 3.04 mi (4.89 km) 50 yd (46 m) $100,000 A tornado touched down in Pompano Beach, causing severe damage to a home, then struck the north side of the Pompano Beach Airpark, damaging stables and injuring a horse. The tornado then struck the municipal golf course in Pompano Beach, causing tree damage there and at the Pompano Citi Centre. Damage diminished along Federal Highway before reemerging in Lighthouse Point. In that area, the tornado snapped tree branches and overturned trees, with some minor damage to roofs and power lines as well. [60]
EF0 NE of Port Everglades Broward FL 26°07′N 80°08′W / 26.11°N 80.13°W / 26.11; -80.13 (Port Everglades (Feb. 16, EF0)) 1234–1238 1.87 mi (3.01 km) 50 yd (46 m) Unknown A pine tree was snapped at its top, a catamaran and another boat capsized, and dozens of beach chairs along Fort Lauderdale Beach were tossed. [61]
EF1 Norland to Ojus Miami-Dade FL 25°57′19″N 80°12′57″W / 25.9553°N 80.2159°W / 25.9553; -80.2159 (Biscayne Gardens (Feb. 16, EF1)) 1251–1259 3.78 mi (6.08 km) 150 yd (140 m) Unknown A tornado touched down a couple miles east of Sun Life Stadium and produced isolated damage, with evidence suggesting periodic redevelopment of the circulation. West of Interstate 95, the tornado prostrated or splintered many trees, and branches were snapped off. Several light poles were bent over, and one wooden pole was snapped. Damage to homes was minimal, mainly to roofs, and was mostly attributable to uprooted trees and downed branches. An apartment building sustained shingle damage as well. [62]
EF1 NNE of Davis to WNW of Sea Level Carteret NC 34°49′14″N 76°27′00″W / 34.8206°N 76.4499°W / 34.8206; -76.4499 (Davis (Feb. 16, EF1)) 1351–1354 4.23 mi (6.81 km) 167 yd (153 m) $100,000 High-end EF1 tornado downed six power poles and demolished the back of a seafood business. [63]

February 23 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Tuesday, February 23, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF0 ESE of Boling-Iago Wharton TX 29°14′18″N 95°53′11″W / 29.2382°N 95.8865°W / 29.2382; -95.8865 (Boling-Iago (Feb. 23, EF0)) 1153–1157 2.02 mi (3.25 km) 30 yd (27 m) $0 A brief, narrow tornado destroyed three sheds and damaged three homes. [64]
EF0 Southwestern Kenner Jefferson LA 29°58′33″N 90°16′22″W / 29.9757°N 90.2727°W / 29.9757; -90.2727 (Kenner (Feb. 23, EF0)) 1711–1713 0.58 mi (0.93 km) 50 yd (46 m) Unknown A weak tornado developed close to the Mississippi River in the southwest part of Kenner, removing roofing shingles from one home. A church's poorly-attached brick facade collapsed, and a small shed was destroyed. A nearby utility pole was downed as well. The tornado also destroyed part of another home's roof and damaged a tin awning. Further along the path, an air conditioning unit and a storage structure were damaged. One tree was snapped near the end of the path. [65]
EF0 SW of White Castle Iberville LA 30°07′57″N 91°10′52″W / 30.1324°N 91.1811°W / 30.1324; -91.1811 (White Castle (Feb. 23, EF0)) 1720–1725 3.32 mi (5.34 km) 50 yd (46 m) Unknown Tin roofs were peeled back and power lines were damaged. Tree limbs were broken off as well. [66]
EF0 Prairieville Ascension LA 30°19′03″N 90°58′49″W / 30.3176°N 90.9804°W / 30.3176; -90.9804 (Prairieville (Feb. 23, EF0)) 1808–1813 1.61 mi (2.59 km) 200 yd (180 m) Unknown A Gold's Gym had its metal roofing torn off, allowing wind to rush into the building and blow out one of the exterior walls. Several businesses nearby sustained damage to their roofs and siding. Garage doors at a mechanic shop were blown in, and a Popeyes sign was blown over. Homes in town also sustained additional minor damage to outbuildings, roofs, and patios. [67]
EF2 Western Livingston Livingston LA 30°29′46″N 90°45′33″W / 30.496°N 90.7592°W / 30.496; -90.7592 (Livingston (Feb. 23, EF2)) 1842–1851 4.33 mi (6.97 km) 625 yd (572 m) Unknown A few homes had their roofs torn off while others sustained lesser damage. One of the homes sustained some failure of exterior walls, and a large commercial building sustained major roof damage. A tractor trailer was lifted and flipped onto several large storage containers, and many trees were snapped and uprooted along the path. [68]
EF0 ENE of Montpelier St. Helena LA 30°41′37″N 90°35′16″W / 30.6935°N 90.5878°W / 30.6935; -90.5878 (Montpelier (Feb. 23, EF0)) 1914–1915 0.3 mi (0.48 km) 50 yd (46 m) Unknown A single–wide mobile home was shifted off of its block piers and lost part of its metal roof. A metal shed was destroyed and a few softwood trees were snapped as well. [69]
EF1 SE of Baldwin St. Mary LA 29°49′04″N 91°32′17″W / 29.8177°N 91.538°W / 29.8177; -91.538 (Baldwin (Feb. 23, EF1)) 2037–2039 2.62 mi (4.22 km) 50 yd (46 m) $40,000 A total of 28 homes and 2 businesses were damaged by this high-end EF1 tornado. A restaurant and several mobile homes lost a majority of their metal roofs, a few homes were shifted off their pilings, and other homes sustained damage to their windows, sheet metal, garages, and carports. Many trees and at least 20 power poles were snapped. [70]
EF0 SW of White Castle Iberville LA 30°07′12″N 91°10′24″W / 30.1199°N 91.1733°W / 30.1199; -91.1733 (White Castle (Feb. 23, EF0)) 2110–2113 1.03 mi (1.66 km) 200 yd (180 m) Unknown Garage doors were blown in, some structures sustained light roof damage, and sheds were demolished. One frail home had much of its poorly-attached roof blown off. [71]
EF3 SW of Paincourtville to NE of Convent Assumption, St. James LA 29°59′25″N 91°04′46″W / 29.9903°N 91.0794°W / 29.9903; -91.0794 (Convent (Feb. 23, EF2)) 2121–2142 20.73 mi (33.36 km) 350 yd (320 m) Unknown 2 deaths – This large, destructive tornado first caused significant damage in Paincourtville, heavily damaging or destroying homes, businesses, an apartment building, and a hardware store at EF2 strength. Large trees in town were denuded and completely stripped of foliage, and a water tower was blown over. Further to the northeast, the tornado reached EF3 strength as a well-built brick structure had its second floor destroyed, and two small frame homes were swept from their pier foundations and destroyed. 45 structures were destroyed and 44 others were damaged in Assumption Parish. The tornado then weakened back to EF2 strength as it struck an RV park in Convent, tossing and destroying numerous vehicles and RVs, resulting in two deaths. Multiple homes and a public housing complex also sustained major damage in the Convent area. The tornado snapped numerous trees and caused minor damage to a house before dissipating. At least 25 homes were heavily damaged or destroyed in St. James Parish. At least 75 people were injured, some critically. [72][73]
EF1 WSW of Bogue Chitto Lincoln MS 31°23′44″N 90°32′00″W / 31.3955°N 90.5334°W / 31.3955; -90.5334 (Centerpoint (Feb. 23, EF1)) 2145–2147 0.46 mi (0.74 km) 75 yd (69 m) $40,000 Many large trees were snapped and uprooted, one of which landed on a home and caused minor roof damage. Skirting was blown off a mobile home and into a pasture. A feed house was damaged, with tin being strewn around. [74]
EF1 SW of Poplarville Pearl River MS 30°41′10″N 89°46′52″W / 30.686°N 89.7812°W / 30.686; -89.7812 (Poplarville (Feb. 23, EF1)) 2149–2201 9.52 mi (15.32 km) 150 yd (140 m) Unknown Five homes were damaged, one of which had its metal roof ripped off. Numerous trees were downed along the path and a metal shed was destroyed. [75]
EF1 E of Angie, LA to E of Sandy Hook Pearl River, Marion MS 30°57′43″N 89°42′41″W / 30.9619°N 89.7115°W / 30.9619; -89.7115 (Angie (Feb. 23, EF1)) 2150–2158 5.15 mi (8.29 km) 200 yd (180 m) $25,000 A mobile home was shifted off its foundation, and trees and large branches were snapped. [76][77]
EF0 WSW of Baxterville Lamar MS 31°03′31″N 89°38′53″W / 31.0586°N 89.6481°W / 31.0586; -89.6481 (Baxterville (Feb. 23, EF0)) 2207 0.1 mi (0.16 km) 25 yd (23 m) $5,000 Several trees were snapped and uprooted. [78]
EF1 Akers St. John the Baptist LA 30°13′10″N 90°26′07″W / 30.2195°N 90.4354°W / 30.2195; -90.4354 (Akers (Feb. 23, EF1)) 2215–2217 3.15 mi (5.07 km) 250 yd (230 m) $0 Multiple cypress trees were snapped by a waterspout that moved ashore. [79]
EF2 ENE of Baxterville to NW of Purvis Lamar MS 31°06′57″N 89°30′57″W / 31.1157°N 89.5159°W / 31.1157; -89.5159 (Baxterville (Feb. 23, EF2)) 2215–2223 5.63 mi (9.06 km) 100 yd (91 m) $105,000 1 death – A double-wide mobile home was completely destroyed by this low-end EF2 tornado, killing one person. Debris from the home was scattered up to 125 yards away, and nearby car was rolled 75 yards. The roof of a chicken house was blown off, and multiple trees and power poles were snapped along the path. [80]
EF0 ENE of Reform Pickens AL 33°23′39″N 87°58′02″W / 33.3941°N 87.9672°W / 33.3941; -87.9672 (Reform (Feb. 23, EF0)) 2222–2231 4.8 mi (7.7 km) 150 yd (140 m) $0 Trees were snapped or uprooted, and a home and a shed sustained minor roof damage. [81]
EF1 SW of West Hattiesburg Lamar MS 31°13′35″N 89°25′23″W / 31.2265°N 89.423°W / 31.2265; -89.423 (West Hattiesburg (Feb. 23, EF1)) 2229–2231 1.42 mi (2.29 km) 75 yd (69 m) $10,000 Several trees were snapped and minor roof damage occurred. A mobile home was shifted off of its foundation and a shed was destroyed as well. [82]
EF2 Laplace St. John the Baptist LA 30°04′24″N 90°30′24″W / 30.0732°N 90.5067°W / 30.0732; -90.5067 (Laplace (Feb. 23, EF2)) 2232–2244 4.69 mi (7.55 km) 250 yd (230 m) $0 A high-end EF2 tornado caused major damage in Laplace. Many homes and duplexes sustained severe damage, some sustaining total loss of roofs and exterior walls. One two-story house in town lost half of its second floor. A church and several businesses also sustained roof, window, and fascia damage. Trees, power poles, and light poles were snapped along the path, and some warehouse buildings were severely damaged as well. 17 people were injured. [83]
EF0 Madisonville St. Tammany LA 30°22′40″N 90°09′41″W / 30.3779°N 90.1613°W / 30.3779; -90.1613 (Madisonville (Feb. 23, EF0)) 2241–2242 0.38 mi (0.61 km) 25 yd (23 m) Unknown An open air Coast Guard boat shed was destroyed. A bar had minor fascia damage as well. [84]
EF0 Benton Yazoo MS 32°49′06″N 90°15′55″W / 32.8184°N 90.2652°W / 32.8184; -90.2652 (Benton (Feb. 23, EF0)) 2242–2244 1.15 mi (1.85 km) 100 yd (91 m) $25,000 A weak tornado damaged trees, signs, and fences in town, with several trees snapped or blown down. [85]
EF0 NW of New Hebron Simpson MS 31°46′18″N 90°03′11″W / 31.7717°N 90.0531°W / 31.7717; -90.0531 (New Hebron (Feb. 23, EF0)) 2246–2247 0.62 mi (1.00 km) 40 yd (37 m) $13,000 A brief tornado snapped and uprooted trees. [86]
EF0 Lacombe St. Tammany LA 30°19′12″N 89°58′09″W / 30.32°N 89.9692°W / 30.32; -89.9692 (Lacombe (Feb. 23, EF0)) 2313–2315 1.5 mi (2.4 km) 75 yd (69 m) Unknown Plastic greenhouses were damaged at a nursery in town, two mobile homes sustained skirting and window damage, and homes sustained damage to their shingles, siding, and fascia. Multiple trees were uprooted along the path. [87]
EF1 SE of Sand Hill Greene MS 31°15′46″N 88°42′23″W / 31.2627°N 88.7064°W / 31.2627; -88.7064 (Avera (Feb. 23, EF1)) 2325–2327 1.51 mi (2.43 km) 75 yd (69 m) $100,000 Metal roofing material from a barn was lofted into a tree, with some structural damage to the barn observed as well. A trailer was overturned, a vehicle was moved, and numerous trees were downed or snapped as well. [88]
EF1 ESE of Sand Hill Greene MS 31°18′40″N 88°38′58″W / 31.3112°N 88.6494°W / 31.3112; -88.6494 (Avera (Feb. 23, EF1)) 2332–2333 0.03 mi (0.048 km) 75 yd (69 m) $25,000 A couple of trees were sheared off, snapped, or uprooted. [89]
EF1 W of State Line Greene, Wayne MS 31°25′53″N 88°32′05″W / 31.4313°N 88.5348°W / 31.4313; -88.5348 (State Line (Feb. 23, EF1)) 2345–2347 1.6 mi (2.6 km) 150 yd (140 m) $200,000 Numerous large trees were snapped or uprooted, and an outbuilding was destroyed by a falling tree. An old log cabin had its window panes blown out and large portions of its roof destroyed. [90][91]
EF1 S of Pigeye to WSW of Hackleburg Marion AL 34°13′35″N 87°55′08″W / 34.2265°N 87.9189°W / 34.2265; -87.9189 (Pigeye (Feb. 23, EF1)) 0001–0005 2.22 mi (3.57 km) 300 yd (270 m) $0 A tornado developed near U.S. Route 43 and moved north-northwest, with damage mostly confined to trees. One garage and a home sustained negligible damage as well, with damage to the home's roof. [92]
EF0 ESE of Lumberton Forrest MS 30°57′27″N 89°20′00″W / 30.9574°N 89.3334°W / 30.9574; -89.3334 (Lumberton (Feb. 23, EF0)) 0001–0009 3.92 mi (6.31 km) 75 yd (69 m) $15,000 A power pole and a few trees were snapped. [93]
EF3 NW of Pensacola International Airport to SSE of Pea Ridge Escambia, Santa Rosa FL 30°29′27″N 87°12′19″W / 30.4907°N 87.2052°W / 30.4907; -87.2052 (Pensacola (Feb. 23, EF3)) 0210–0221 5.67 mi (9.12 km) 300 yd (270 m) $22,075,000 A significant tornado caused EF3 damage in populated areas of northeastern Pensacola, downing trees and power lines, heavily damaging multiple frame homes, and damaging or overturning numerous vehicles. To the north of Interstate 10, two brick apartment buildings sustained total roof loss and collapse of many walls on the second floor. A General Electric warehouse and two stilt-foundation townhouses were leveled in the area as well. The tornado then moved across Escambia Bay, overturning a tractor-trailer on the Interstate 10 Bridge. In Santa Rosa County, the tornado produced EF1 damage before lifting. Second tornado to strike the Pensacola area in eight days, both rated EF3. Three people were injured by the tornado. [94][95]
EF0 SE of Wicksburg Houston AL 31°11′42″N 85°36′24″W / 31.195°N 85.6067°W / 31.195; -85.6067 (Bailey Crossroad (Feb. 23, EF0)) 0415–0419 2.76 mi (4.44 km) 200 yd (180 m) $50,000 Barns and porches had their metal roofing uplifted and blown off, while trees in the area were downed. [96]
EF1 SSE of Pinckard to SE of Midland City Houston, Dale AL 31°14′52″N 85°31′54″W / 31.2479°N 85.5317°W / 31.2479; -85.5317 (Pinckard (Feb. 23, EF1)) 0424–0430 4.83 mi (7.77 km) 200 yd (180 m) $0 Numerous pine trees were snapped and uprooted. [97][98]
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EF1 Northwestern Dothan Houston AL 31°15′51″N 85°26′57″W / 31.2642°N 85.4491°W / 31.2642; -85.4491 (Dothan (Feb. 23, EF1)) 0431–0434 1.63 mi (2.62 km) 350 yd (320 m) $50,000 Homes sustained minor roof damage, and a concrete block construction baseball dugout was leveled. Power poles were snapped as well. [100]
EF1 NNW of Dothan to WNW of Kinsey Houston AL 31°15′54″N 85°24′38″W / 31.2651°N 85.4106°W / 31.2651; -85.4106 (Kinsey (Feb. 23, EF1)) 0434–0439 3.66 mi (5.89 km) 900 yd (820 m) $75,000 Five power poles were snapped, several houses and a barn sustained roof damage, and trees were damaged. [101]
EF1 WNW of Headland Henry AL 31°21′11″N 85°22′37″W / 31.3531°N 85.3769°W / 31.3531; -85.3769 (Headland (Feb. 23, EF1)) 0438–0440 1.09 mi (1.75 km) 300 yd (270 m) $50,000 Large trees were uprooted, a house sustained roof damage, an RV was overturned, and a shed was destroyed. [102]
EF0 NE of Balkum Henry AL 31°26′10″N 85°12′26″W / 31.436°N 85.2071°W / 31.436; -85.2071 (Balkum (Feb. 23, EF0)) 0454–0455 0.4 mi (0.64 km) 100 yd (91 m) $0 Large trees were snapped or uprooted, including one that sustained minor debarking. [103]
EF1 SSE of Wills Crossroads Henry AL 31°29′49″N 85°09′25″W / 31.497°N 85.157°W / 31.497; -85.157 (Hardwickburg (Feb. 24, EF1)) 0502–0503 0.5 mi (0.80 km) 150 yd (140 m) $0 Many large trees were snapped or uprooted. [104]

February 24 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Wednesday, February 24, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF1 NW of Blakely Early GA 31°24′54″N 84°58′49″W / 31.4151°N 84.9804°W / 31.4151; -84.9804 (Blakely (Feb. 24, EF1)) 0507–0512 2.24 mi (3.60 km) 350 yd (320 m) $0 Many mature, healthy trees in a grove were snapped or uprooted. [105]
EF1 SW of Sasser Terrell GA 31°38′26″N 84°25′12″W / 31.6405°N 84.4200°W / 31.6405; -84.4200 (Dawson (Feb. 24, EF1)) 0555–0602 5.09 mi (8.19 km) 200 yd (180 m) $0 Pine and pecan trees were snapped and uprooted. [106]
EF1 WNW of Warwick Lee GA 31°50′59″N 84°01′40″W / 31.8496°N 84.0279°W / 31.8496; -84.0279 (Warwick (Feb. 24, EF1)) 0626–0627 0.2 mi (0.32 km) 75 yd (69 m) $50,000 The roof to a mobile home sustained significant damage, and a single-family home had its asphalt roof completely removed. [107]
EF1 SSW of Whigham to SSE of Akridge Grady GA 30°51′36″N 84°20′11″W / 30.8601°N 84.3365°W / 30.8601; -84.3365 (Whigham (Feb. 24, EF1)) 0745–0802 12.81 mi (20.62 km) 400 yd (370 m) $20,000 A tornado primarily damaged trees and power poles, along with a few homes that were hit by falling trees. A mobile home with partial anchoring was displaced from its foundation, and several trees were snapped as well. [108]
EF0 SW of Columbiana Shelby AL 33°09′33″N 86°40′02″W / 33.1593°N 86.6673°W / 33.1593; -86.6673 (Columbiana (Feb. 24, EF0)) 1004–1005 1.11 mi (1.79 km) 80 yd (73 m) $0 A mobile home was partially shifted off its foundation, a home sustained minor roof damage, and trees were snapped or uprooted. [109]
EF1 S of Duette Manatee FL 27°32′N 82°12′W / 27.54°N 82.20°W / 27.54; -82.20 (Duette (Feb. 24, EF1)) 1727–1739 8.58 mi (13.81 km) 50 yd (46 m) $0 Tree trunks were snapped across a broad area. [110]
EF1 Ararat Patrick VA 36°35′55″N 80°30′14″W / 36.5985°N 80.5038°W / 36.5985; -80.5038 (Ararat (Feb. 24, EF1)) 1745–1747 1.4 mi (2.3 km) 800 yd (730 m) $345,000 A half-dozen homes sustained roof damage; another poorly-constructed house had its roof completely ripped off. Several outbuldings and fences were destroyed, a mobile home was blown off its foundation, and numerous trees were snapped or uprooted. [111]
EF0 ESE of Fort Lonesome Hillsborough FL 27°39′N 82°04′W / 27.65°N 82.06°W / 27.65; -82.06 (Fort Lonesome (Feb. 24, EF0)) 1745–1748 0.92 mi (1.48 km) 30 yd (27 m) $0 Members of the public observed a tornado moving across an open field; it caused no damage. [112]
EF0 Warsaw Duplin NC 34°59′53″N 78°05′20″W / 34.998°N 78.089°W / 34.998; -78.089 (Warsaw (Feb. 24, EF0)) 1757–1758 0.54 mi (0.87 km) 150 yd (140 m) $5,000 Extensive tree damage was observed. [113]
EF0 WSW of Seven Springs Wayne NC 35°13′01″N 77°55′17″W / 35.2169°N 77.9213°W / 35.2169; -77.9213 (Seven Springs (Feb. 24, EF0)) 1810–1812 1.01 mi (1.63 km) 75 yd (69 m) $50,000 Numerous trees were downed and branches snapped. A turkey barn and several mobile homes were damaged, and a shed and a fence were destroyed. [114]
EF1 SSE of Hopewell Duplin NC 35°09′36″N 77°58′26″W / 35.16°N 77.974°W / 35.16; -77.974 (Calypso (Feb. 24, EF1)) 1813–1814 0.17 mi (0.27 km) 100 yd (91 m) $100,000 A brief tornado snapped eight power poles and blew the roof off of a mobile home. [115]
EF0 SE of Murdock Charlotte FL 27°00′26″N 82°08′33″W / 27.0071°N 82.1425°W / 27.0071; -82.1425 (Murdock (Feb. 24, EF0)) 1815–1816 0.22 mi (0.35 km) 50 yd (46 m) $50,000 Numerous tree branches were snapped. [116]
EF1 NW of Harbour Heights Charlotte FL 26°59′57″N 82°02′21″W / 26.9991°N 82.0391°W / 26.9991; -82.0391 (Port Charlotte (Feb. 24, EF1)) 1822–1827 2.72 mi (4.38 km) 100 yd (91 m) $1,600,000 A total of 33 homes were damaged, including 28 with low to moderate damage and five with major damage. Numerous pool cages were destroyed, trees were snapped or uprooted, at least eight vehicles were picked up and moved, and power lines were damaged. One person was injured. [117]
EF1 Waverly Sussex, Surry VA 36°59′32″N 77°07′24″W / 36.9922°N 77.1234°W / 36.9922; -77.1234 (Waverly (Feb. 24, EF1)) 1931–1941 8.86 mi (14.26 km) 300 yd (270 m) $2,615,000 3 deaths – Two mobile homes were destroyed, several homes and businesses were heavily damaged, and numerous trees were downed throughout town by this high-end EF1 tornado. Eight people were also injured. This was the first deadly tornado to affect Virginia during February since 1950. [118][119]
EF0 Eastern Colerain Bertie NC 36°11′43″N 76°45′50″W / 36.1953°N 76.7638°W / 36.1953; -76.7638 (Colerain (Feb. 24, EF0)) 1954–1955 0.48 mi (0.77 km) 50 yd (46 m) $25,000 Several trees were damaged and a small outbuilding was blown over. [120]
EF0 SE of Patrick to SW of Cheraw Chesterfield SC 34°33′31″N 80°01′58″W / 34.5585°N 80.0328°W / 34.5585; -80.0328 (Patrick (Feb. 24, EF0)) 2016–2025 8.89 mi (14.31 km) 70 yd (64 m) Unknown A weak tornado touched down three separate times between Patrick and Cheraw. Several trees were downed and one tree had its top blown off. [121]
EF3 SW of Chap to Holliday Lake State Park Campbell, Appomattox VA 37°13′42″N 78°51′51″W / 37.2283°N 78.8641°W / 37.2283; -78.8641 (Evergreen (Feb. 24, EF3)) 2027–2044 17.32 mi (27.87 km) 400 yd (370 m) $11,210,000 1 death – This large stovepipe tornado initially caused minor tree and outbuilding damage before reaching EF2 strength near Chap, where a building sustained collapse of its brick facade, a frail home lost its roof and exterior walls, and a manufactured home sustained minor damage. Further to the northeast, a poorly constructed home was destroyed while other nearby homes sustained lesser damage. The tornado then strengthened further as it struck Evergreen, where one home was leveled at EF3 strength and other surrounding homes and structures were heavily damaged. Some outbuildings and manufactured homes were obliterated as well, with large amounts of debris strewn through fields in the area. A house near Holliday Lake State Park had its roof torn off at EF2 strength before the tornado lifted. Over 100 homes were damaged or destroyed and many trees were snapped, denuded, and uprooted along the path. This and the following EF3 event were the first February E/F3+ tornadoes registered in Virginia since 1950. Seven people were injured. [122][123]
EF1 NW of Durham Durham NC 36°03′34″N 78°56′42″W / 36.0594°N 78.945°W / 36.0594; -78.945 (Durham (Feb. 24, EF1)) 2100–2101 0.43 mi (0.69 km) 30 yd (27 m) $100,000 Extensive tree damage was observed. [124]
EF0 WNW of Fork Union Fluvanna VA 37°45′35″N 78°17′28″W / 37.7597°N 78.2912°W / 37.7597; -78.2912 (Fork Union (Feb. 24, EF0)) 2110–2120 4.42 mi (7.11 km) 350 yd (320 m) $480,000 Numerous trees were uprooted, an outbuilding was destroyed, and several homes sustained damage to their shingles, siding, and gutters. [125]
EF2 NE of Oxford Granville, Vance NC 36°20′59″N 78°32′39″W / 36.3496°N 78.5443°W / 36.3496; -78.5443 (Oxford (Feb. 24, EF2)) 2132–2138 5.07 mi (8.16 km) 125 yd (114 m) $600,000 Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted, several outbuildings were blown down or destroyed, and several cars and storage trailers were tossed up to 50 yd (46 m). Seven homes were damaged, including one that had its roof and some exterior walls blown away. [126][127]
EF1 WSW of Bracey Mecklenburg VA 36°36′17″N 78°14′37″W / 36.6047°N 78.2435°W / 36.6047; -78.2435 (Redlawn (Feb. 24, EF1)) 2148–2155 5 mi (8.0 km) 150 yd (140 m) $310,000 Numerous trees were snapped or downed, a few homes sustained minor roof damage, a home and a shed sustained minor structural damage, and a home was shifted off its foundation. [128]
EF3 N of Bruington, VA to SSE of Beauvue, MD King and Queen (VA), Essex (VA), Richmond (VA), Westmoreland (VA), St. Mary (MD) VA, MD 37°48′00″N 76°59′56″W / 37.8001°N 76.9989°W / 37.8001; -76.9989 (Tappahannock (Feb. 24, EF3)) 2334–0014 36.89 mi (59.37 km) 500 yd (460 m) $10,038,000 This strong, long-tracked tornado initially heavily damaged homes at high-end EF1 strength near Bruington and Millers Tavern before reaching EF3 strength east of Dunbrooke, where three unanchored homes and two double-wide mobile homes were swept away and destroyed. The tornado weakened to EF2 strength west of Tappahannock, where homes were heavily damaged and garages and outbuildings were destroyed. The tornado crossed the Rappahannock River and then struck Naylors Beach at EF2 strength, where a two-story home lost large sections of its second floor and some small homes were destroyed. EF1 damage to trees, homes, and mobile homes occurred before the tornado crossed the Potomac River into Maryland, causing minor tree damage near Beauvue before dissipating. Major tree damage occurred along much of the path, and 25 people were injured, some critically. [129][130]
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EF1 NNW of Wyalusing Bradford PA 41°42′55″N 76°17′14″W / 41.7153°N 76.2871°W / 41.7153; -76.2871 (Wyalusing (Feb. 24, EF1)) 0020–0022 1.09 mi (1.75 km) 100 yd (91 m) $25,000 A garage was heavily damaged, a couple of homes sustained roof damage, and trees were damaged. [134]
EF2 NNW of Gap to NNE of White Horse Lancaster PA 40°00′36″N 76°01′47″W / 40.01°N 76.0297°W / 40.01; -76.0297 (White Horse (Feb. 24, EF2)) 0038–0045 4.87 mi (7.84 km) 400 yd (370 m) $8,000,000 Approximately 50 structures were impacted, including numerous farm outbuildings and barns that were destroyed. Two two-story homes lost a majority of their roofs, while other homes, farm buildings, and sheds sustained lesser degrees of roof and siding damage. A large one-room Amish schoolhouse was destroyed, and a large building with more than 100 people inside attending an auction inside had its roof ripped off. Additionally, a van with several passengers was blown about 10 feet (3.0 m) into a field, several large granite tombstones in a cemetery were blown over, and numerous trees were downed. [135]
EF1 ESE of Laneview to WNW of Litwalton Middlesex, Lancaster VA 37°44′56″N 76°41′07″W / 37.7488°N 76.6854°W / 37.7488; -76.6854 (Morattico (Feb. 24, EF1)) 0125–0133 6.06 mi (9.75 km) 150 yd (140 m) $387,000 A garage sustained collapse of a brick wall, the roof was ripped off a house, and an outbuilding was destroyed. Numerous large trees were snapped. [136][137]
EF1 ENE of Mascot to SSE of Water View Middlesex VA 37°38′55″N 76°38′57″W / 37.6485°N 76.6492°W / 37.6485; -76.6492 (Warner (Feb. 24, EF1)) 0135–0141 4.01 mi (6.45 km) 150 yd (140 m) $677,000 A house was destroyed, a barn had its second story swept away, and another barn had its roof ripped off. [138]

MarchEdit

Confirmed tornadoes by Enhanced Fujita rating
EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
0 39 36 9 0 0 0 84

March 1 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Tuesday, March 1, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF2 SW of McCalla Jefferson AL 33°19′34″N 86°59′47″W / 33.326°N 86.9965°W / 33.326; -86.9965 (McCalla (Mar. 1, EF2)) 2343–2350 5.59 mi (9.00 km) 465 yd (425 m) Unknown A strong tornado impacted 26 homes; of those, 14 sustained minor damage, 6 sustained significant damage, and 6 more were destroyed. A pro shop on a golf course and a church sustained minor roof damage, a vehicle was overturned, and a free-standing garage was completely destroyed. Several hundred trees were snapped or uprooted. Four people were injured. [139]
EF0 SE of Sylacauga Talladega AL 33°07′05″N 86°13′29″W / 33.1181°N 86.2246°W / 33.1181; -86.2246 (Sylacauga (Mar. 1, EF0)) 0042–0045 2.99 mi (4.81 km) 80 yd (73 m) Unknown Four outbuildings were either damaged or destroyed, and six homes sustained minor damage. Numerous trees were downed as well. [140]
EF0 Northern Opelika Lee AL 32°41′00″N 85°24′20″W / 32.6832°N 85.4056°W / 32.6832; -85.4056 (Opelika (Mar. 1, EF0)) 0227–0231 3.08 mi (4.96 km) 100 yd (91 m) $0 Twenty to thirty trees were snapped or uprooted. [141]

March 3 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Thursday, March 3, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF1 W of Falco Escambia AL 31°02′00″N 86°43′30″W / 31.0333°N 86.7249°W / 31.0333; -86.7249 (Bradley (Mar. 3, EF1)) 0036 0.14 mi (0.23 km) 25 yd (23 m) $15,000 A brief tornado caused significant roof damage to a brick home and destroyed a large shed, and also damaged two other sheds. [142]

March 7 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Monday, March 7, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF1 E of Cool Parker TX 32°47′N 97°59′W / 32.79°N 97.98°W / 32.79; -97.98 (Cool (Mar. 7, EF1)) 0008–0014 2.15 mi (3.46 km) 300 yd (270 m) $100,000 Significant damage occurred to two homes and several pieces of farm equipment. [143]

March 8 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Tuesday, March 8, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF0 Dublin Erath TX 32°05′00″N 98°20′37″W / 32.0833°N 98.3435°W / 32.0833; -98.3435 (Dublin (Mar. 8, EF0)) 1230–1231 0.29 mi (0.47 km) 100 yd (91 m) $130,000 Brief tornado caused minor damage to ten buildings in downtown Dublin. [144]
EF1 Stephenville Erath TX 32°12′20″N 98°13′02″W / 32.2055°N 98.2172°W / 32.2055; -98.2172 (Stephenville (Mar. 8, EF1)) 1255–1259 2.19 mi (3.52 km) 100 yd (91 m) $500,000 Several businesses and homes were damaged and an apartment complex was heavily damaged in the city of Stephenville. [145]
EF0 ENE of Tolar Hood TX 32°24′05″N 97°53′23″W / 32.4014°N 97.8896°W / 32.4014; -97.8896 (Tolar (Mar. 8, EF0)) 1321–1323 0.37 mi (0.60 km) 160 yd (150 m) $50,000 Three manufactured homes were damaged along U.S. Highway 377. [146]
EF0 ENE of Granbury Hood TX 32°27′26″N 97°45′31″W / 32.4571°N 97.7586°W / 32.4571; -97.7586 (Granbury (Mar. 8, EF0)) 1336 0.01 mi (0.016 km) 40 yd (37 m) $4,000 A brief tornado touched down over open land near a golf course. [147]
EF0 Southern Benbrook Tarrant TX 32°39′17″N 97°28′58″W / 32.6547°N 97.4828°W / 32.6547; -97.4828 (Benbrook (Mar. 8, EF0)) 1403–1406 1.89 mi (3.04 km) 70 yd (64 m) $330,000 A tornado embedded in a much larger squall line tracked along the northern parts of Benbrook Lake. A marina, about 20 boats, and several storage sheds were damaged, and many trees were uprooted or had large branches downed near the lake. [148]
EF0 N of Lampasas Lampasas TX 31°10′02″N 98°10′30″W / 31.1672°N 98.175°W / 31.1672; -98.175 (Lampasas (Mar. 8, EF0)) 1417–1419 0.21 mi (0.34 km) 100 yd (91 m) $60,000 Brief tornado damaged a structure and caused tree damage near U.S. 281. [149]
EF1 The Colony Denton TX 33°05′47″N 96°52′10″W / 33.0965°N 96.8695°W / 33.0965; -96.8695 (The Colony (Mar. 8, EF1)) 1453–1454 0.15 mi (0.24 km) 40 yd (37 m) $90,000 A brief, narrow tornado embedded in a large swath of downburst wind damage caused damage to the roofs, fences and garage doors of about six homes and damaged several power poles. [150]
EF0 SE of Andice Williamson TX 30°45′08″N 97°49′53″W / 30.7522°N 97.8314°W / 30.7522; -97.8314 (Andice (Mar. 8, EF0)) 1517–1519 1.5 mi (2.4 km) 50 yd (46 m) Unknown A small tornado caused minor damage to trees, outbuildings and a few residences. [151]
EF1 SSE of Goodlow Navarro TX 32°00′40″N 96°10′09″W / 32.0112°N 96.1692°W / 32.0112; -96.1692 (Round Prairie (Mar. 8, EF1)) 1823–1824 1.91 mi (3.07 km) 150 yd (140 m) $70,000 A brief tornado touched down near U.S. 287 and broke several power poles and damaged two manufactured homes. [152]
EF0 Southern Trinidad to Malakoff Henderson TX 32°07′43″N 96°05′15″W / 32.1285°N 96.0874°W / 32.1285; -96.0874 (Trinidad (Mar. 8, EF0)) 1837–1841 5.3 mi (8.5 km) 80 yd (73 m) $200,000 Several trees and homes were damaged near Trinidad, and trees were damaged farther to the northeast along Highway 34. In Malakoff, about ten homes sustained damage, one of which lost its chimney, part of its roof, and several trees on the property. [153]
EF1 ENE of Katemcy to WNW of Fredonia Mason, McCulloch TX 30°56′N 99°12′W / 30.93°N 99.2°W / 30.93; -99.2 (Katemcy (Mar. 8, EF1)) 0110–0117 1.64 mi (2.64 km) 185 yd (169 m) Unknown Tornado damaged a grove of trees, snapping many tree trunks, and destroyed an outbuilding. [154]

March 10 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Thursday, March 10, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF0 Raleigh Smith MS 32°01′41″N 89°32′27″W / 32.028°N 89.5409°W / 32.028; -89.5409 (Raleigh (Mar. 10, EF0)) 2204–2207 1.22 mi (1.96 km) 80 yd (73 m) $20,000 An outbuilding had part of its metal roof taken off, several trees were snapped, and another tree had its limbs snapped off. [155]

March 12 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Saturday, March 12, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF0 N of Hazel Calloway KY 36°33′04″N 88°19′33″W / 36.551°N 88.3257°W / 36.551; -88.3257 (Midway (Mar. 12, EF0)) 0222–0223 0.32 mi (0.51 km) 50 yd (46 m) $30,000 A single family residence had about half of its roof torn off, a single wide mobile home had its underpinning blown away, small tree limbs were broken and power lines were downed. [156]

March 13 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Sunday, March 13, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF1 ESE of Bates to W of Waldron Scott AR 34°51′10″N 94°14′42″W / 34.8529°N 94.2451°W / 34.8529; -94.2451 (Sensation (Mar. 13, EF1)) 2056–2107 4.81 mi (7.74 km) 850 yd (780 m) $150,000 Trees were uprooted and several buildings were damaged, including seven to eight homes. [157]
EF1 WNW of Crystal Springs to Lake Ouachita Montgomery AR 34°34′01″N 93°26′17″W / 34.5670°N 93.4380°W / 34.5670; -93.4380 (Lake Ouachita (Mar. 13, EF1)) 2148–2152 1.7 mi (2.7 km) 180 yd (160 m) $200,000 Significant damage occurred to several boat docks, trees and power lines. Several homes were damaged, including a mobile home with substantial damage. Video footage indicates that the tornado moved into Lake Ouachita. [158]
EF0 S of Fourche Pulaski, Perry AR 34°56′08″N 92°38′55″W / 34.9355°N 92.6487°W / 34.9355; -92.6487 (Wye Mountain (Mar. 13, EF0)) 2315–2319 1.71 mi (2.75 km) 50 yd (46 m) $10,000 Mostly tree damage occurred, with minor damage to a roof. [159][160]
EF0 E of Moscow Jefferson AR 34°08′42″N 91°44′42″W / 34.1450°N 91.7451°W / 34.1450; -91.7451 (Moscow (Mar. 13, EF0)) 2332–2333 0.56 mi (0.90 km) 50 yd (46 m) $8,000 Bricks were removed from a home and several trees were downed. [161]
EF0 E of Bayou Meto Arkansas AR 34°13′58″N 91°28′17″W / 34.2329°N 91.4714°W / 34.2329; -91.4714 (Bayou Meto (Mar. 13, EF0)) 0000–0002 1.29 mi (2.08 km) 50 yd (46 m) $0 A tornado tracked through very rural areas and was mostly confirmed by photographs. No structural damage was reported. [162]
EF0 SE of Crocketts Bluff Arkansas AR 34°24′49″N 91°12′49″W / 34.4136°N 91.2137°W / 34.4136; -91.2137 (Crocketts Bluff (Mar. 13, EF0)) 0032–0034 1.22 mi (1.96 km) 50 yd (46 m) $8,000 A shed was destroyed, roof damage occurred to a nearby home, and some tin from the shed was carried into a field well and wrapped around a tree. [163]
EF0 Marvell Phillips AR 34°32′21″N 90°57′21″W / 34.5391°N 90.9558°W / 34.5391; -90.9558 (Marvell (Mar. 13, EF0)) 0054–0059 2.88 mi (4.63 km) 100 yd (91 m) $25,000 Intermittent damage occurred from west-southwest of Marvell into Marvell. Wooden power poles were downed and one outbuilding was damaged along Arkansas Highway 1 southwest of town. In town, street lights and a power pole were bent, tree limbs were broken, and a baseball field scoreboard was downed. [164]
EF0 N of Lexa Phillips AR 34°37′04″N 90°49′42″W / 34.6178°N 90.8282°W / 34.6178; -90.8282 (Lexa (Mar. 13, EF0)) 0116–0123 3.79 mi (6.10 km) 125 yd (114 m) $35,000 Outbuildings and lightweight structures were damaged, roof damage occurred to a barn, and wooden power poles were downed. [165]
EF1 N of Love Place Cross AR 35°19′47″N 90°34′57″W / 35.3298°N 90.5826°W / 35.3298; -90.5826 (Parkin (Mar. 13, EF1)) 0210–0215 1.96 mi (3.15 km) 125 yd (114 m) $25,000 Minor roof damage occurred to a house and an outbuilding and a couple of irrigation pivots were flipped. A hangar was damaged and a door was removed from a barn as well. [166]
EF1 Southern Dermott to NE of Bellaire Chicot, Desha AR 33°30′30″N 91°27′03″W / 33.5082°N 91.4509°W / 33.5082; -91.4509 (Dermott (Mar. 13, EF1)) 0215–0225 8.96 mi (14.42 km) 300 yd (270 m) $2,505,000 Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted. Power lines were downed, a fence was laid down, a few sheds were destroyed, and several structures sustained minor roof damage. The South Delta Regional Correctional Facility suffered a direct hit, where several sections of the outer fence were torn down, five buildings in the complex sustained roof damage, with sheet paper and shingles were removed, and a metal gym building had a large section of the wall removed. The main building of the complex had about half of the roof was lifted up or had parts removed, and large portions of the foam insulation and sections of a thin roof covering were pulled out. A couple guard towers had windows blown out, and one employee was injured trying to exit the tower. [167][168]
EF0 Northwestern Cleveland Bolivar MS 33°44′49″N 90°44′45″W / 33.7469°N 90.7459°W / 33.7469; -90.7459 (Cleveland (Mar. 13, EF0)) 0313–0314 0.51 mi (0.82 km) 50 yd (46 m) $40,000 Several sections of tin were blown off of a restaurant, a fence and a shed were blown down, trees and tree limbs were downed, and minor fence damage occurred at a Delta State University athletic facility as the tornado lifted. [169]

March 14 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Monday, March 14, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF1 NW of Wheatville Preble OH 39°41′38″N 84°35′01″W / 39.694°N 84.5835°W / 39.694; -84.5835 (Wheatville (Mar. 14, EF1)) 1738–1740 1.14 mi (1.83 km) 75 yd (69 m) $60,000 A section of wood and metal roofing material measuring about 55 by 15 feet (16.8 by 4.6 m) was lifted from a barn and strewn around 100 feet (30 m) to the northeast near the beginning of the path. One utility pole was also snapped at this location, and a section of metal roofing material was carried about 0.35 miles (0.56 km) and deposited in an area of trees. Another barn measuring approximately 65 by 45 feet (20 by 14 m) was completely destroyed, with wood and metal roofing material from the barn was strewn over 0.5 miles (0.80 km). [170]
EF1 W of Phillipsburg Montgomery, Miami OH 39°52′55″N 84°25′38″W / 39.882°N 84.4272°W / 39.882; -84.4272 (Phillipsburg (Mar. 14, EF1)) 1816–1822 2.98 mi (4.80 km) 40 yd (37 m) $250,000 A farmhouse had its entire roof lifted off, a garage was shifted off of its foundation with all walls collapsed, and a large barn nearby lost 20 percent of its roof. Severe damage occurred to a barn and a wood shed near the start of the path, a garage was destroyed, and chimney, siding and significant barn damage occurred. Minor roof damage also occurred to another property and trees were damaged along the path. [171]
EF0 ESE of Pitsburg Darke OH 39°58′38″N 84°27′55″W / 39.9773°N 84.4653°W / 39.9773; -84.4653 (Pitsburg (Mar. 14, EF0)) 1826–1828 0.75 mi (1.21 km) 100 yd (91 m) $20,000 A few trees were downed, and a home received roof and chimney damage. A metal barn was partly peeled. Other minor damage occurred. [172]
EF1 SE of Arcanum Darke OH 39°57′41″N 84°32′39″W / 39.9615°N 84.5441°W / 39.9615; -84.5441 (Arcanum (Mar. 14, EF1)) 1826–1832 2.25 mi (3.62 km) 150 yd (140 m) $75,000 A horse stable was almost completely destroyed. Minor damage occurred at two outbuildings and to the roof of a house. Several trees were downed and/or snapped. [173]
EF0 SW of Laura Miami OH 39°58′42″N 84°25′36″W / 39.9782°N 84.4268°W / 39.9782; -84.4268 (Laura (Mar. 14, EF0)) 1830–1832 0.68 mi (1.09 km) 60 yd (55 m) $75,000 One home had its sheet metal roof almost completely peeled off, a shed was destroyed, minor shingle damage occurred to a garage and a home, and minor tree damage occurred, with a few trees downed. [174]

March 15 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Tuesday, March 15, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF2 Good Hope to NNE of Avon McDonough, Warren, Fulton IL 40°33′44″N 90°40′25″W / 40.5621°N 90.6736°W / 40.5621; -90.6736 (Good Hope (Mar. 15, EF2)) 2326–0000 16.5 mi (26.6 km) 400 yd (370 m) $415,000 This large tornado initially caused minor roof damage in Good Hope before reaching EF2 strength as it moved to the northeast, where a few homes were severely damaged. Most of the damage occurred to farm outbuildings and trees along the path. In Fulton County, only tree damage occurred before the tornado dissipated. [175][176]
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EF2 E of Hampton to NE of Rapids City Rock Island IL 41°32′11″N 90°21′45″W / 41.5365°N 90.3624°W / 41.5365; -90.3624 (East Moline (Mar. 15, EF2)) 0025–0035 4.78 mi (7.69 km) 200 yd (180 m) $750,000 A high-end EF2 tornado tracked north then curved to the east through upper Rock Island County, following the banks of the Mississippi River and narrowly missing Rapids City. An estimated 40 homes were damaged, with the most severe damage in a rural subdivision on the outskirts of East Moline, where several homes were heavily damaged and four were destroyed, sustaining total loss of roofs and exterior walls. Ten people reported minor injuries. [178]
EF0 NNE of McCausland Scott, Clinton IA 41°45′33″N 90°26′09″W / 41.7593°N 90.4359°W / 41.7593; -90.4359 (McCausland (Mar. 15, EF0)) 0033–0035 1.2 mi (1.9 km) 50 yd (46 m) $0 An EF0 tornado caused damage mainly to trees. [179][180]
EF2 NW of Trivoli to SW of Kickapoo Peoria IL 40°42′49″N 89°54′53″W / 40.7135°N 89.9146°W / 40.7135; -89.9146 (Trivoli (Mar. 15, EF2)) 0042–0057 7.55 mi (12.15 km) 440 yd (400 m) $1,000,000 Several outbuildings and grain bins were destroyed, other outbuildings and garages were damaged, and several homes and a church sustained roof damage, with one home losing its complete roof. A car was picked up and thrown 50 yards (46 m) into a field, a pickup truck was damaged, and many trees were downed. [181]
EF1 NW of Curran Sangamon IL 39°44′25″N 89°48′55″W / 39.7404°N 89.8153°W / 39.7404; -89.8153 (Curran (Mar. 15, EF1)) 0044–0050 3.62 mi (5.83 km) 75 yd (69 m) $280,000 One home had windows blown out and shingles removed, a second home lost most of its roof and had a wall blown out, and two more homes sustained minor shingle damage. A barn lost its roof, and many trees were downed as well. [182]
EF1 ENE of Low Moor Clinton IA 41°48′19″N 90°19′03″W / 41.8052°N 90.3175°W / 41.8052; -90.3175 (Low Moor (Mar. 15, EF1)) 0049–0051 1.35 mi (2.17 km) 75 yd (69 m) $50,000 A tornado hit a mobile home park, destroying at least five mobile homes and damaging numerous others. Three people were injured in the event. [183]
EF1 SE of Bryant to S of Andover Clinton IA 41°54′59″N 90°17′18″W / 41.9164°N 90.2883°W / 41.9164; -90.2883 (Andover (Mar. 15, EF1)) 0057–0101 3.38 mi (5.44 km) 300 yd (270 m) Unknown A tornado damaged farm outbuildings and trees as it tracked through northern Clinton County. [184]
EF0 Northern Peoria Peoria IL 40°43′49″N 89°38′57″W / 40.7304°N 89.6491°W / 40.7304; -89.6491 (Peoria (Mar. 15, EF0)) 0105–0114 3.68 mi (5.92 km) 200 yd (180 m) $260,000 Intermittent tornado on the northwest side of downtown Peoria caused roof, gutter, soffit, and ceiling damage to one building, and caused roof and siding damage to other homes and commercial buildings. A power pole was broken, and numerous trees were downed, one of which fell onto a garage. [185]
EF0 N of Deer Grove Whiteside IL 41°39′49″N 89°41′33″W / 41.6636°N 89.6925°W / 41.6636; -89.6925 (Deer Grove (Mar. 15, EF0)) 0133–0138 1.76 mi (2.83 km) 50 yd (46 m) Unknown A tornado caused shingle and siding damage to two homes and uprooted a tree. In relation to the event, an irrigation rig was partially overturned when it was struck by the tornado. [186]

March 19 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Saturday, March 19, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF0 ESE of Fort Lauderdale Broward FL 26°06′52″N 80°06′17″W / 26.1145°N 80.1047°W / 26.1145; -80.1047 (Fort Lauderdale (Mar. 19, EF0)) 1845–1846 0.17 mi (0.27 km) 50 yd (46 m) Unknown A waterspout moved ashore, flipping chairs and blowing umbrellas. A few small boats were overturned and cars were severely damaged as well. [187]

March 23 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Wednesday, March 23, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF0 SW of Haslet Tarrant TX 32°56′25″N 97°22′53″W / 32.9404°N 97.3815°W / 32.9404; -97.3815 (Haslet (Mar. 23, EF0)) 0206–0208 0.63 mi (1.01 km) 40 yd (37 m) $90,000 A storage facility was impacted, with roofs, awnings, and storage units being damages. Metal from the roofs was blown about three-quarters of a mile (1.2 km) to the northeast, where fences were damaged in a subdivision. [188]
EF2 SE of Stilwell to NE of Evansville Adair, Crawford, Washington OK, AR 35°41′30″N 94°30′15″W / 35.6916°N 94.5042°W / 35.6916; -94.5042 (Stillwell (Mar. 23, EF2)) 0251–0306 11.1 mi (17.9 km) 800 yd (730 m) $375,000 Several mobile homes and outbuildings were destroyed, a couple site-built homes sustained severe damage, many trees were downed, and numerous power poles were snapped. Four people were injured, all in mobile homes. [189][190]
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EF1 NNE of Shell Knob Barry, Stone MO 36°40′42″N 93°34′41″W / 36.6784°N 93.578°W / 36.6784; -93.578 (Shell Knob (Mar. 23, EF1)) 0408–0412 3.83 mi (6.16 km) 200 yd (180 m) $0 Several trees were either snapped or uprooted. [192][193]

March 24 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Thursday, March 24, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF0 SW of Hanna LaPorte IN 41°22′29″N 86°52′23″W / 41.3747°N 86.8731°W / 41.3747; -86.8731 (Hanna (Mar. 24, EF0)) 1826–1827 0.09 mi (140 m) 50 yd (46 m) $75,000 Brief tornado southeast of South Wanatah removed about 80 percent of the roof from a pole barn. [194]
EF0 NE of Hanna LaPorte IN 41°26′21″N 86°43′48″W / 41.4392°N 86.7301°W / 41.4392; -86.7301 (Hanna (Mar. 24, EF0)) 1830–1833 0.94 mi (1.51 km) 100 yd (91 m) $0 Many trees were downed, and four power poles were snapped. [195]
EF0 ENE of Hanna LaPorte IN 41°26′10″N 86°40′44″W / 41.436°N 86.679°W / 41.436; -86.679 (Hanna (Mar. 24, EF0)) 1835–1837 0.51 mi (0.82 km) 50 yd (46 m) $0 A 1,000 lb (450 kg) metal feeder was tossed over a fence, several dozen calf pens were lifted and tossed over 0.5 mi (0.80 km), several trees were uprooted, and a center pivot irrigation system sustained damage to one of its units. [196]
EF1 Southeast Lake Charles Calcasieu LA 30°11′29″N 93°11′10″W / 30.1915°N 93.1860°W / 30.1915; -93.1860 (Lake Charles (Mar. 24, EF1)) 1845–1846 0.14 mi (230 m) 10 yd (9.1 m) $7,000 The roof was lifted off a house and dropped onto three neighboring homes, as well as vehicles, to the east. Debris was scattered down the street, and an oak tree was snapped. [197]
EF0 Edwardsburg Cass MI 41°47′33″N 86°06′10″W / 41.7925°N 86.1027°W / 41.7925; -86.1027 (Edwardsburg (Mar. 24, EF0)) 1914–1918 1.34 mi (2.16 km) 150 yd (140 m) $100,000 Weak tornado touched down west of Edwardsburg and moved into the northern side of town, causing heavy damage to a barn and removing part of the roof from a church. Several trees were downed as well. [198]
EF0 SW of McKenzie Butler AL 31°31′44″N 86°43′28″W / 31.5290°N 86.7244°W / 31.5290; -86.7244 (McKenzie (Mar. 24, EF0)) 1930–1932 0.38 mi (0.61 km) 50 yd (46 m) $8,000 A brief tornado uprooted a couple trees and destroyed a metal storage building. [199]

March 27 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Sunday, March 27, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF1 SSW of Camden Benton TN 35°57′54″N 88°08′31″W / 35.9651°N 88.1419°W / 35.9651; -88.1419 (Camden (Mar. 27, EF1)) 2224–2229 2.01 mi (3.23 km) 100 yd (91 m) $25,000 Intermittent tornado damaged a barn's roof, blew in a large door on a metal workshop, and removed most of the workshop's roof. Numerous trees were downed as well. [200]
EF2 NE of Cerulean to E of Crofton Christian KY 36°58′48″N 87°40′05″W / 36.9801°N 87.6681°W / 36.9801; -87.6681 (Cerulean (Mar. 27, EF2)) 0000–0021 15.46 mi (24.88 km) 200 yd (180 m) $1,000,000 Sixteen barns were destroyed, with ten more sustaining minor to moderate damage, two homes sustained moderate damage, and ten tractors/farm equipment were damaged. A trench box weighing over 2,000 pounds (910 kg) was thrown at least 80 yards (73 m), and numerous trees were downed. [201]
EF0 W of Crofton Christian KY 37°03′00″N 87°34′40″W / 37.05°N 87.5779°W / 37.05; -87.5779 (Crofton (Mar. 27, EF0)) 0011–0017 3.4 mi (5.5 km) 100 yd (91 m) $6,000 Two homes sustained minor damage, and numerous trees were snapped or had broken limbs. [202]
EF0 SW of Greenville Christian, Muhlenberg KY 37°07′04″N 87°19′25″W / 37.1179°N 87.3237°W / 37.1179; -87.3237 (White Plains (Mar. 27, EF0)) 0035–0040 4.87 mi (7.84 km) 75 yd (69 m) $4,000 Many trees and tree limbs were downed. [203][204]

March 29 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Tuesday, March 29, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF0 S of Del Mar San Diego CA 32°53′N 117°15′W / 32.89°N 117.25°W / 32.89; -117.25 (Del Mar (Mar. 29, EF0)) 0035–? Waterspout came ashore just north of the Torrey Pines Gliderport in the Torrey Pines neighborhood of San Diego at 5:38 PM PDT. [205]

March 30 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Wednesday, March 30, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF0 ESE of Dexter Cowley KS 37°08′09″N 96°35′09″W / 37.1357°N 96.5858°W / 37.1357; -96.5858 (Dexter (Mar. 30, EF0)) 2148–2149 0.5 mi (0.80 km) 50 yd (46 m) $0 Trained storm spotters reported a brief tornado touchdown. [206]
EF2 SSW of Sperry to N of Verdigris Osage, Tulsa, Rogers OK 36°12′54″N 96°00′54″W / 36.2151°N 96.0151°W / 36.2151; -96.0151 (Skiatook (Mar. 30, EF2)) 0013–0055 20 mi (32 km) 800 yd (730 m) $2,825,000 Large tornado touched down southwest of Turley and moved through northern Tulsa, damaging numerous homes and businesses, destroying barns, causing significant damage to several metal industrial buildings, and throwing a horse trailer 50 yards (46 m) into a lake. In Rogers County, many more homes were damaged and several homes under construction, a few barns, and a business were destroyed. Many trees were downed, and numerous power poles were snapped along the path. Four people were injured. [207][208]
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EF1 ENE of Nowata Nowata OK 36°43′45″N 95°33′08″W / 36.7291°N 95.5523°W / 36.7291; -95.5523 (Nowata (Mar. 30, EF1)) 0048–0054 2.7 mi (4.3 km) 120 yd (110 m) $75,000 A 30 by 60 foot (9.1 by 18.3 m) metal-framed outbuilding and several wood-framed barns were destroyed, a couple of homes were damaged, and trees were snapped. [210]
EF2 SW of Claremore to NE of Justice Rogers OK 36°17′02″N 95°38′18″W / 36.2840°N 95.6384°W / 36.2840; -95.6384 (Claremore (Mar. 30, EF2)) 0100–0113 6.4 mi (10.3 km) 550 yd (500 m) $1,000,000 This tornado touched down to the southwest of Claremore as the Tulsa tornado dissipated slightly off to the west. Numerous homes were damaged, with a group of homes in one area sustaining severe roof and wall damage, and several barns were either damaged or destroyed, including several at Will Rogers Downs moments before the tornado dissipated. Numerous trees were downed along the path. [211]
EF0 NE of Centralia Craig OK 36°48′54″N 95°19′04″W / 36.8151°N 95.3178°W / 36.8151; -95.3178 (Centralia (Mar. 30, EF0)) 0118–0123 2.5 mi (4.0 km) 100 yd (91 m) $0 Tornado was observed by several storm chasers, remaining over open country and causing no damage. [212]
EF1 S of Dermott Chicot AR 33°26′59″N 91°26′44″W / 33.4497°N 91.4455°W / 33.4497; -91.4455 (Dermott (Mar. 30, EF1)) 0411–0412 1.44 mi (2.32 km) 100 yd (91 m) $150,000 A 120-foot (37 m) tall radio antenna was blown over, a diesel tank was moved several yards, and an irrigation pivot was overturned. A few power poles were damaged and a tree was snapped as well. [213]
EF1 Dermott Chicot AR 33°31′06″N 91°27′01″W / 33.5182°N 91.4503°W / 33.5182; -91.4503 (Dermott (Mar. 30, EF1)) 0415–0419 3.61 mi (5.81 km) 150 yd (140 m) $110,000 The tornado began on the west side of Dermott, where much of the roof was removed from a home, a carport was blown away, an outbuilding was damaged, and a pontoon boat was blown several yards. The tornado continued through the center of Dermott, downing trees and breaking a couple utility poles. Minor roof damage occurred to a senior care facility, an abandoned trailer was damaged, and a fence was blown down as well. On the east side of town, a light pole was broken and a small billboard was blown over. Further along the path, construction cones were blown away and a farm equipment shed was destroyed, where heavy foundation blocks and trailers were moved and debris was scattered over half a mile before the tornado dissipated. The entire path of this tornado was within one mile of the path of the March 13th tornado that struck Dermott. One person was injured. [214]

March 31 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Thursday, March 31, 2016[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Damage[note 2] Summary Refs
EF1 ESE of Greensburg St. Helena LA 30°47′52″N 90°36′28″W / 30.7979°N 90.6077°W / 30.7979; -90.6077 (Greensburg (Mar. 31, EF1)) 1055–1056 0.18 mi (290 m) 50 yd (46 m) $0 Brief tornado downed several trees. [215]
EF1 S of Kentwood Tangipahoa LA 30°49′00″N 90°32′23″W / 30.8168°N 90.5397°W / 30.8168; -90.5397 (Kentwood (Mar. 31, EF1)) 1105–1115 4.6 mi (7.4 km) 250 yd (230 m) $0 Numerous trees were downed, with several pine trees blocking traffic on Interstate 55. [216]
EF1 Purvis Lamar MS 31°08′18″N 89°25′10″W / 31.1384°N 89.4195°W / 31.1384; -89.4195 (Purvis (Mar. 31, EF1)) 1253–1255 1.44 mi (2.32 km) 50 yd (46 m) $70,000 Two homes and an elementary school sustained minor roof damage, and several trees were downed, one of which fell on a house. [217]
EF1 N of Utica Daviess KY 37°39′04″N 87°07′43″W / 37.6511°N 87.1286°W / 37.6511; -87.1286 (Utica (Mar. 31, EF1)) 1902–1906 2.97 mi (4.78 km) 250 yd (230 m) $100,000 A mobile home and two barns were destroyed, and a few dozen trees were snapped or uprooted. [218]
EF1 SE of Lafayette Tippecanoe IN 40°22′06″N 86°50′10″W / 40.3684°N 86.836°W / 40.3684; -86.836 (Lafayette (Mar. 31, EF1)) 2040–2041 0.14 mi (230 m) 30 yd (27 m) $50,000 Very brief tornado destroyed a guard shack, overturned a car, and damaged a construction trailer at Wabash National Trailers. [219]
EF1 N of Counce Hardin TN 35°04′32″N 88°17′20″W / 35.0756°N 88.2889°W / 35.0756; -88.2889 (Counce (Mar. 31, EF1)) 2128–2131 1.46 mi (2.35 km) 75 yd (69 m) $25,000 A house sustained roof damage, an RV was damaged, and trees and a power pole were downed just to the northwest of Pickwick Landing Dam. [220]
EF1 SE of Linden to W of Hohenwald Perry, Lewis TN 35°33′08″N 87°44′16″W / 35.5523°N 87.7379°W / 35.5523; -87.7379 (Linden (Mar. 31, EF1)) 2131–2137 3.49 mi (5.62 km) 350 yd (320 m) $20,000 An outbuilding was damaged, and hundreds of trees were downed. [221][222]
EF0 NW of Hohenwald Lewis TN 35°35′45″N 87°36′38″W / 35.5957°N 87.6105°W / 35.5957; -87.6105 (Hohenwald (Mar. 31, EF0)) 2145–2147 0.71 mi (1.14 km) 50 yd (46 m) $5,000 Anticyclonic tornado caused minor roof damage to a house and a barn and downed several trees and large tree branches. [223]
EF1 ENE of Albion Noble IN 41°24′37″N 85°23′33″W / 41.4102°N 85.3924°W / 41.4102; -85.3924 (Albion (Mar. 31, EF1)) 2149–2150 0.51 mi (0.82 km) 30 yd (27 m) $0 A garage and a well house sustained damage. Debris from an impacted barn was tossed up to 0.5 mi (0.80 km). The roof of a log cabin, as well as a swing and picnic table, were all thrown. Power poles and trees were snapped. [224]
EF0 Seafield White IN 40°44′47″N 86°58′35″W / 40.7463°N 86.9763°W / 40.7463; -86.9763 (Seafield (Mar. 31, EF0)) 2156–2159 3.11 mi (5.01 km) 120 yd (110 m) $0 A barn was destroyed, with its debris tossed several miles. Several steel power poles were blown over, a large pole barn sustained moderate roof damage, and a home sustained minor roof damage. [225]
EF1 NW of Wabash Wabash IN 40°48′31″N 85°52′51″W / 40.8085°N 85.8807°W / 40.8085; -85.8807 (Wabash (Mar. 31, EF1)) 2156–2159 0.74 mi (1.19 km) 60 yd (55 m) $0 Brief tornado skipped to the northeast, initially destroying a small metal farm building, tearing metal roofing off a metal pole barn, and moving a single-wide manufactured home 4 feet (1.2 m) off its cinder-block foundation. Debris from the outbuilding and the pole barn was thrown about 14 mile (0.40 km) north-northeast. Further along, a porch roof was ripped from a home and a well-constructed wooden playground set was dragged about 30 yards (27 m). Several trees were downed along the path, and three utility poles were snapped just before the tornado lifted. [226]
EF1 SW of New Hope to NNW of Ethelsville Lowndes, Pickens MS, AL 33°25′10″N 88°22′12″W / 33.4194°N 88.3701°W / 33.4194; -88.3701 (New Hope (Mar. 31, EF1)) 2318–2337 7.88 mi (12.68 km) 600 yd (550 m) $225,000 Large multiple-vortex tornado caused shingle damage to several homes, minor structural damage to a mobile home and a shed, and minor roof damage to a second shed. Two more sheds had their roofs peeled back, a fence was blown down, several power poles were snapped, and many trees were downed, a few of which fell on homes. [227][228]
EF0 W of Meigs Grady GA 31°04′N 84°16′W / 31.07°N 84.27°W / 31.07; -84.27 (Meigs (Mar. 31, EF0)) 2338–2339 0.29 mi (0.47 km) 50 yd (46 m) $2,000 A brief tornado damaged power lines. [229]
EF1 NE of Ethelsville Pickens AL 33°28′03″N 88°11′16″W / 33.4674°N 88.1877°W / 33.4674; -88.1877 (Ethelsville (Mar. 31, EF1)) 2343–2348 2.88 mi (4.63 km) 350 yd (320 m) $0 Tornado touched down southwest of Millport, causing roof and siding damage to three homes, either damaging or destroying several outbuildings, and downing numerous trees. [230]
EF1 SE of Bluff to WNW of Hubbertville Fayette AL 33°46′34″N 87°52′15″W / 33.7762°N 87.8708°W / 33.7762; -87.8708 (Bluff (Mar. 31, EF1)) 0003–0013 3.72 mi (5.99 km) 650 yd (590 m) $0 Large tornado damaged several wood-frame barns and outbuildings and downed numerous trees. [231]
EF1 NE of Hubbertville to SW of Eldridge Fayette AL 33°51′21″N 87°42′00″W / 33.8558°N 87.7001°W / 33.8558; -87.7001 (Hubbertville (Mar. 31, EF1)) 0027–0035 3.7 mi (6.0 km) 500 yd (460 m) $0 Many trees were downed. [232]
EF0 N of Boley Springs Fayette AL 33°39′04″N 87°31′44″W / 33.6510°N 87.5288°W / 33.6510; -87.5288 (Boley Springs (Mar. 31, EF1)) 0105–0109 1.88 mi (3.03 km) 400 yd (370 m) $0 Weak tornado downed numerous trees. [233]
EF1 SSW of Locust Fork Blount AL 33°52′36″N 86°37′29″W / 33.8767°N 86.6247°W / 33.8767; -86.6247 (Locust Fork (Mar. 31, EF1)) 0242–0244 0.32 mi (510 m) 275 yd (251 m) $0 Very brief tornado caused minor roof damage to three homes and heavily damaged a metal storage barn. In addition, a pontoon boat was lofted into the side of one of the homes and windows were broken out of another home. A few dozen trees were downed as well. [234]
EF2 NE of Hartselle to NE of Priceville Morgan, Limestone AL 34°28′04″N 86°55′48″W / 34.4679°N 86.9299°W / 34.4679; -86.9299 (Hartselle (Mar. 31, EF2)) 0254–0314 9.55 mi (15.37 km) 200 yd (180 m) Unknown Several mobile homes were impacted near Hartselle, with one being rolled 45 to 50 yards (41 to 46 m) and mostly destroyed and a second one being shifted about 10 feet (3.0 m) off its foundation. A carport and farm equipment were partially destroyed, and a small car was lifted and had its front bumper torn off. To the northeast, a couple houses suffered minor roof and siding damage, a few more homes sustained minor structural damage, and several headstones were either pushed over or broken at a cemetery. Further along, multiple sheds were destroyed, shingles were torn off two homes, and a double-wide mobile home was pushed off its piers and sustained roof damage. Many trees were downed along the path, with some falling on a few homes. [235][236]

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae All dates are based on the local time zone where the tornado touched down; however, all times are in Coordinated Universal Time for consistency.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae All damage totals are in 2016 USD unless otherwise stated.

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