List of United States tornadoes from October to November 2021

This page documents all tornadoes confirmed by various weather forecast offices of the National Weather Service in the United States from October to November 2021. Tornado counts are considered preliminary until final publication in the database of the National Centers for Environmental Information. On average, there are 61 confirmed tornadoes in the United States in October, but steady activity throughout the month, plus several smaller outbreaks, pushed the total to a new monthly record of 150 despite the lack of any major tornado outbreaks. By contrast, November saw only 21 tornadoes, well below the average of 58.[1]

Tornado warnings and confirmations in October 2021
Tornado warnings and confirmations in November 2021

United States yearly totalEdit

Confirmed tornadoes by Enhanced Fujita rating
EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
210 544 431 103 21 3 0 1,313


OctoberEdit

Confirmed tornadoes by Enhanced Fujita rating
EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
20 58 60 10 2 0 0 150

October 3 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Sunday, October 3, 2021[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EFU ENE of New Carlisle St. Joseph IN 41°43′N 86°28′W / 41.72°N 86.47°W / 41.72; -86.47 (New Carlisle (October 3, EFU)) 19:47–19:48 0.01 mi (0.016 km) 1 yd (0.91 m) A landspout remained nearly stationary in an open field and lofted dust. No damage was reported.[2]
EFU NW of Ashkum Iroquois IL 40°55′12″N 88°01′41″W / 40.9199°N 88.028°W / 40.9199; -88.028 (Ashkum (October 3, EFU)) 20:26–20:27 0.1 mi (0.16 km) 30 yd (27 m) A brief tornado touched down in a corn field. No damage was found.[3]
EF0 W of Mount Juliet Wilson TN 36°09′45″N 86°33′34″W / 36.1625°N 86.5594°W / 36.1625; -86.5594 (Mount Juliet (October 3, EF0)) 21:36–21:52 2.51 mi (4.04 km) 25 yd (23 m) A weak tornado caught on video downed a few trees along an intermittent path that moved across Interstate 40.[4]
EF0 ESE of Holly Oakland MI 42°46′57″N 83°30′54″W / 42.7826°N 83.5149°W / 42.7826; -83.5149 (Holly (October 3, EF0)) 22:19–22:22 0.76 mi (1.22 km) 75 yd (69 m) A brief tornado caused minor siding damage to two homes, broke numerous large tree limbs, and uprooted a few small trees.[5]

October 6 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Wednesday, October 6, 2021[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EF1 N of Crossville Cumberland TN 36°00′49″N 85°02′01″W / 36.0135°N 85.0337°W / 36.0135; -85.0337 (Crossville (October 6, EF1)) 22:59–23:03 0.99 mi (1.59 km) 50 yd (46 m) At least six homes and several outbuildings were damaged, with three homes and another under construction sustaining significant roof and exterior damage. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted in all directions, and power lines were downed. This was the first known tornado to occur in the month of October in Cumberland County.[6]

October 9 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Saturday, October 9, 2021[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EF0 WSW of Brentford Spink SD 45°08′N 98°24′W / 45.14°N 98.4°W / 45.14; -98.4 (Brentford (October 9, EF0)) 21:12–21:14 1.19 mi (1.92 km) 100 yd (91 m) Twelve large hay bales were rolled, some over a fence.[7]
EF0 W of Langford Marshall SD 45°36′N 97°53′W / 45.6°N 97.88°W / 45.6; -97.88 (Langford (October 9, EF0)) 22:12 0.01 mi (0.016 km) 10 yd (9.1 m) A tornado very briefly touched down.[8]
EF0 NW of Roslyn Day SD 45°31′N 97°31′W / 45.52°N 97.52°W / 45.52; -97.52 (Roslyn (October 9, EF0)) 22:31 0.01 mi (0.016 km) 10 yd (9.1 m) A brief tornado was reported by the local fire department.[9]
EF0 SSE of Lidgerwood Richland ND 45°59′N 97°05′W / 45.98°N 97.09°W / 45.98; -97.09 (Lidgerwood (October 9, EF0)) 23:40–23:42 0.1 mi (0.16 km) 10 yd (9.1 m) A trained spotter caught this tornado on video near Highway 18. The tornado remained over an open field.[10]
EF0 SW of Dumont Traverse MN 45°41′N 96°28′W / 45.68°N 96.46°W / 45.68; -96.46 (Dumont (October 9, EF0)) 00:10–00:12 0.84 mi (1.35 km) 10 yd (9.1 m) One farmstead had sheet metal tossed, an uprooted tree and downed tree branches. A pole barn at a second farmstead sustained damage to its roof and walls. Large tree branches were downed.[11]
EF0 WSW of Herman Traverse MN 45°46′N 96°17′W / 45.76°N 96.29°W / 45.76; -96.29 (Wheaton South(October 9, EF0)) 00:21–00:23 1.6 mi (2.6 km) 10 yd (9.1 m) This tornado damaged trees and outbuildings, including a grain bin which was lofted and rolled about 0.4 mi (0.64 km) to the northeast.[12]
EF1 Park Rapids Hubbard MN 46°54′N 95°04′W / 46.90°N 95.06°W / 46.90; -95.06 (Park Rapids (October 9, EF1)) 03:35–03:38 0.21 mi (0.34 km) 25 yd (23 m) Several large metal roof panels were torn off a church. Roof panels and siding were torn off a car dealership building. A road sign on US 71 was torn out of the ground and landed 50 yd (46 m) away. One power pole was snapped. Several mature spruce trees were uprooted.[13][14]

October 10 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Sunday, October 10, 2021[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EFU SSW of Cooperton Kiowa OK 34°48′59″N 98°53′49″W / 34.8165°N 98.897°W / 34.8165; -98.897 (Cooperton (October 10, EFU)) 22:59 0.1 mi (0.16 km) 20 yd (18 m) Several storm chasers observed this tornado. No damage was found.[15]
EF2 East Cook, MN Cook (MN), Thunder Bay (ON) MN, ON 48°02′38″N 90°17′46″W / 48.0440°N 90.2960°W / 48.0440; -90.2960 (East Cook (October 10, EF2)) 23:10–23:20 4.13 mi (6.65 km) 500 yd (460 m) This tornado initially caused tree damage at a campground near Adler Lake. Sporadic tree damage continued as it moved north until it reached Rocky Lake where tree damage became more concentrated in an area roughly 270 yards (250 m) wide. Further north, significant tree damage was observed from north of Clearwater Lake to the United States/Canada international border. Tree damage continued just north of the international border before the tornado dissipated north of Mountain Lake.[16][17]
EF1 E of Cooperton Kiowa OK 34°53′06″N 98°43′30″W / 34.885°N 98.725°W / 34.885; -98.725 (Cooperton (October 10, EF1)) 23:13–23:18 2.89 mi (4.65 km) 200 yd (180 m) This tornado was observed by several storm chasers, including an off-duty meteorologist from the Storm Prediction Center, before the tornado became wrapped in rain. A trailer was destroyed and trees were damaged.[18]
EF1 W of Boone Caddo OK 34°54′00″N 98°37′08″W / 34.9°N 98.619°W / 34.9; -98.619 (Boone (October 10, EF1)) 23:20–23:25 4.4 mi (7.1 km) 50 yd (46 m) One home sustained significant roof damage. Several power poles were snapped. Trees were damaged.[19]
EF2 Anadarko Caddo OK 35°02′38″N 98°17′42″W / 35.044°N 98.295°W / 35.044; -98.295 (Anadarko (October 10, EF2)) 23:45–23:59 8.1 mi (13.0 km) 100 yd (91 m) A hangar was damaged at the Anadarko airport south of town, and several other buildings were damaged in and around town. The most significant damage from this tornado occurred east of Anadarko, where the roof of a home was removed.[20]
EFU SW of Verden Caddo, Grady OK 35°03′18″N 98°06′43″W / 35.055°N 98.112°W / 35.055; -98.112 (Verden (October 10, EFU)) 00:02–00:05 1.83 mi (2.95 km) 50 yd (46 m) Storm chasers observed this tornado. No damage was found.[21][22]
EFU NE of Chickasha Grady OK 35°06′18″N 97°55′52″W / 35.105°N 97.931°W / 35.105; -97.931 (Chickasha (October 10, EFU)) 00:16 0.2 mi (0.32 km) 50 yd (46 m) A storm chaser observed a tornado. No damage was reported.[23]
EF0 N of Harrah Oklahoma, Lincoln OK 35°32′06″N 97°10′44″W / 35.535°N 97.179°W / 35.535; -97.179 (Harrah (October 10, EF0)) 01:21–01:26 3.32 mi (5.34 km) 250 yd (230 m) One mobile home sustained roof damage. Trees were damaged along the path.[24][25]
EF0 Warwick Lincoln OK 35°40′44″N 97°00′47″W / 35.679°N 97.013°W / 35.679; -97.013 (Warwick (October 10, EF0)) 01:41–01:42 1.1 mi (1.8 km) 30 yd (27 m) A barn was destroyed and trees were damaged.[26]
EF0 SW of Dale Pottawatomie OK 35°22′05″N 97°03′47″W / 35.368°N 97.063°W / 35.368; -97.063 (Dale (October 10, EF0)) 01:41–01:43 1.6 mi (2.6 km) 50 yd (46 m) A service station canopy and trees were damaged just north of Interstate 40. A barn west of Dale was also damaged.[27]
EF0 Johnson Pottawatomie OK 35°23′46″N 96°52′01″W / 35.396°N 96.867°W / 35.396; -96.867 (Johnson (October 10, EF0)) 01:54–01:58 1.6 mi (2.6 km) 50 yd (46 m) Several trees were damaged, including one that damaged a home.[28]
EF1 NNW of Paden Okfuskee OK 35°34′44″N 96°33′07″W / 35.579°N 96.552°W / 35.579; -96.552 (Paden (October 10, EF1)) 02:26–02:32 2.7 mi (4.3 km) 300 yd (270 m) Several outbuildings were damaged. Trees were snapped or uprooted.[29]
EF1 W of Ada to E of Byng Pontotoc OK 34°46′48″N 96°43′23″W / 34.78°N 96.723°W / 34.78; -96.723 (Ada (October 10, EF1)) 02:26–02:36 7.31 mi (11.76 km) 300 yd (270 m) Several barns and metal buildings were damaged. A few homes sustained roof, garage door, or patio damage. Trees were damaged along the path.[30]
EFU SE of Gypsy Creek OK 35°41′07″N 96°24′36″W / 35.6854°N 96.4099°W / 35.6854; -96.4099 (Paden (October 10, EFU)) 02:42–02:43 1 mi (1.6 km) 100 yd (91 m) A tornado debris signature appeared on radar in association with this tornado. However, no damage rating could be assigned as there were no roads accessing the area.[31]
EF0 E of Beggs Okmulgee OK 35°43′55″N 96°04′12″W / 35.732°N 96.070°W / 35.732; -96.070 (Beggs (October 10, EF0)) 03:05–03:12 2.2 mi (3.5 km) 300 yd (270 m) Several homes sustained roof damage, and large tree limbs were snapped.[32]
EFU SSE of Bixby Tulsa OK 35°51′35″N 95°51′06″W / 35.8596°N 95.8518°W / 35.8596; -95.8518 (Bixby (October 10, EFU)) 03:30–03:32 0.7 mi (1.1 km) 100 yd (91 m) A tornado debris signature appeared on radar in association with this tornado. However, no damage rating could be assigned as there were no roads accessing the area.[33]
EF1 Coweta Wagoner OK 35°56′10″N 95°38′49″W / 35.936°N 95.647°W / 35.936; -95.647 (Coweta (October 10, EF1)) 03:45–03:52 3.4 mi (5.5 km) 700 yd (640 m) Homes and businesses in Coweta sustained minor to moderate damage, and some outbuildings were destroyed. Several buildings at Coweta High School were damaged, and trees and power poles were downed.[34]
EF1 ESE of Warner to NW of Paradise Hill Muskogee, Sequoyah OK 35°28′59″N 95°15′11″W / 35.483°N 95.253°W / 35.483; -95.253 (Warner (October 10, EF1)) 04:30–04:47 13.7 mi (22.0 km) 900 yd (820 m) Homes were damaged, outbuildings were destroyed, trees were snapped or uprooted and power poles were blown down.[35][36]

October 11 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Monday, October 11, 2021[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EF1 SE of Eucha Delaware OK 36°18′07″N 94°50′02″W / 36.302°N 94.834°W / 36.302; -94.834 (Eucha (October 11, EF1)) 05:10–05:18 5.9 mi (9.5 km) 200 yd (180 m) Trees were snapped or uprooted along the path.[37]
EF1 SW of Neosho Newton MO 36°47′22″N 94°25′48″W / 36.7894°N 94.4301°W / 36.7894; -94.4301 (Neosho (October 11, EF1)) 06:08–06:15 3.34 mi (5.38 km) 90 yd (82 m) One manufactured home was blown off its foundation and a farm building sustained collapsed doors. Several trees were snapped or uprooted.[38]
EF0 SSW of Golden City Jasper, Barton MO 37°19′N 94°07′W / 37.32°N 94.12°W / 37.32; -94.12 (Lincoln Township (October 11, EF0)) 09:44–09:48 2.35 mi (3.78 km) 50 yd (46 m) The roof of a barn was blown off and a center pivot irrigation system was overturned. Some trees were snapped or uprooted.[39][40]
EF2 Western Wrights Greene IL 39°21′17″N 90°18′01″W / 39.3547°N 90.3002°W / 39.3547; -90.3002 (Wrights (October 11, EF2)) 19:37–19:45 5.83 mi (9.38 km) 75 yd (69 m) This low-end EF2 tornado touched down along the western fringes of Wrights, where two new, well-built farm buildings were completely destroyed, with one being ripped from its foundation. Two more farm buildings were destroyed to the northeast. A camper was rolled onto a boat, and trees were snapped along the path as well.[41]
EF0 NW of Alexander Morgan IL 39°43′44″N 90°03′11″W / 39.729°N 90.053°W / 39.729; -90.053 (Alexander (October 11, EF0)) 20:26–20:28 1.37 mi (2.20 km) 50 yd (46 m) Large trees were damaged along the path. A semi-truck was blown over as the tornado crossed Interstate 72.[42]
EF0 N of Roanoke Woodford IL 40°50′06″N 89°12′11″W / 40.835°N 89.203°W / 40.835; -89.203 (Roanoke (October 11, EF0)) 21:28–21:30 0.26 mi (0.42 km) 30 yd (27 m) A tornado briefly touched down in an open field, causing no damage.[43]
EF0 ESE of Washburn Woodford, Marshall IL 40°53′38″N 89°13′48″W / 40.894°N 89.23°W / 40.894; -89.23 (Washburn (October 11, EF0)) 21:45–21:51 2.47 mi (3.98 km) 75 yd (69 m) The roof and walls of a barn were damaged, and an outbuilding was also damaged. A couple of trees were damaged as well.[44]
EF0 SW of St. John, IN Will (IL), Lake (IN) IL, IN 41°24′16″N 87°31′45″W / 41.4045°N 87.5291°W / 41.4045; -87.5291 (St. John (October 11, EF0)) 22:10–22:13 1.56 mi (2.51 km) 70 yd (64 m) There was minor damage to trees and a farm building. Fencing was blown down and at least one soccer net was overturned.[45][46]
EFU W of El Paso Woodford IL 40°42′43″N 89°02′46″W / 40.712°N 89.046°W / 40.712; -89.046 (El Paso (October 11, EFU)) 22:39–22:44 2.51 mi (4.04 km) 50 yd (46 m) This tornado was observed by storm chasers. No damage was found.[47]
EFU W of McNabb Putnam IL 41°11′N 89°19′W / 41.18°N 89.31°W / 41.18; -89.31 (McNabb (October 11, EFU)) 22:47–22:48 0.02 mi (0.032 km) 10 yd (9.1 m) A storm chaser reported a brief tornado. No damage was found.[48]
EFU NE of Troy Grove LaSalle IL 41°29′14″N 89°01′43″W / 41.4873°N 89.0287°W / 41.4873; -89.0287 (Troy Grove (October 11, EFU)) 23:30–23:31 0.4 mi (0.64 km) 40 yd (37 m) A brief tornado occurred but caused no damage.[49]

October 12 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Tuesday, October 12, 2021[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EF0 NNW of Retrop Beckham OK 35°12′33″N 99°23′50″W / 35.2092°N 99.3973°W / 35.2092; -99.3973 (Retrop (October 12, EF0)) 23:48 0.1 mi (0.16 km) 10 yd (9.1 m) A storm chaser reported a brief tornado. No damage was found.[50]
EFU S of Foss Washita OK 35°25′00″N 99°10′12″W / 35.4166°N 99.17°W / 35.4166; -99.17 (Foss (October 12, EFU)) 00:24 0.1 mi (0.16 km) 25 yd (23 m) A storm chaser photographed this tornado. No damage was found.[51]
EF0 S of Sharon Springs Wallace KS 38°52′20″N 101°47′28″W / 38.8723°N 101.791°W / 38.8723; -101.791 (Sharon Springs (October 12, EF0)) 00:25–00:33 3.32 mi (5.34 km) 100 yd (91 m) At the Sharon Springs Golf Course, several outbuildings were damaged, a power pole leaned over, and some tree limbs were snapped. A nearby combine had broken windows, and two wooden beams pierced the door of a tractor-trailer.[52]
EF0 SW of Frederick Tillman OK 34°20′20″N 99°04′55″W / 34.3388°N 99.082°W / 34.3388; -99.082 (Frederick #1 (October 12, EF0)) 00:38 0.4 mi (0.64 km) 30 yd (27 m) Several storm chasers, including an off-duty meteorologist from the Storm Prediction Center, observed this brief tornado. No damage was found.[53]
EF1 W of Frederick to ESE of Tipton Tillman OK 34°22′19″N 99°04′37″W / 34.372°N 99.077°W / 34.372; -99.077 (Frederick #2 (October 12, EF1)) 00:41–00:58 7.26 mi (11.68 km) 300 yd (270 m) One barn sustained significant wall damage. A few pivot irrigation systems were tipped over. Trees and power poles were damaged along the path.[54]
EF1 Clinton to SSE of Custer City Custer OK 35°30′54″N 98°57′40″W / 35.515°N 98.961°W / 35.515; -98.961 (Clinton #1 (October 12, EF1)) 00:55–01:25 9.6 mi (15.4 km) 400 yd (370 m) As the tornado developed on the eastern side of Clinton, it damaged a car body shop and a warehouse building. As it moved northeast, it damaged trees at a golf course. Several hangars were damaged or destroyed as the tornado struck Clinton Regional Airport. Farther northeast, a roof was blown off an outbuilding, a street sign was thrown 200 yd (180 m) and damaged trees.[55]
EFU NE of Clinton Custer OK 35°31′50″N 98°56′42″W / 35.5305°N 98.9449°W / 35.5305; -98.9449 (Clinton #2 (October 12, EFU)) 01:01 0.2 mi (0.32 km) 20 yd (18 m) This tornado was believed to be a satellite tornado to the previous EF1 tornado near Clinton. No damage was found.[56]
EF1 SE of Snyder Tillman, Kiowa OK 34°35′28″N 98°53′35″W / 34.591°N 98.893°W / 34.591; -98.893 (Snyder #1 (October 12, EF1)) 01:19–01:21 0.9 mi (1.4 km) 300 yd (270 m) The roof of a barn and a few trees were damaged near the county line.[57][58]
EF1 ESE of Snyder to NW of Indiahoma Kiowa, Comanche OK 34°37′16″N 98°51′25″W / 34.621°N 98.857°W / 34.621; -98.857 (Snyder #2 (October 12, EF1)) 01:26–01:44 8.4 mi (13.5 km) 900 yd (820 m) In Kiowa County, the tornado damaged trees and power poles. In Comanche County, the tornado damaged the roofs of one home and one mobile home. A barn door was blown in. Trees were damaged.[59][60]
EFU W of Meers Comanche OK 34°46′41″N 98°41′06″W / 34.778°N 98.685°W / 34.778; -98.685 (Meers (October 12, EFU)) 02:00–02:07 2.6 mi (4.2 km) 50 yd (46 m) A tornado debris signature appeared on radar in association with this tornado. However, no damage rating could be assigned as there were no roads accessing the area.[61]
EF1 SSE of Sublette to NW of Copeland Haskell, Gray KS 37°23′54″N 100°48′07″W / 37.3983°N 100.802°W / 37.3983; -100.802 (Sublette (October 12, EF1)) 02:23–02:37 13.5 mi (21.7 km) 150 yd (140 m) Several pivot irrigation systems were flipped, and farm outbuildings were damaged.[62][63]
EFU NW of Boone Caddo OK 34°57′04″N 98°31′21″W / 34.9512°N 98.5224°W / 34.9512; -98.5224 (Boone (October 12, EFU)) 02:35–02:36 0.5 mi (0.80 km) 30 yd (27 m) A storm chaser photographed this tornado. No damage was found.[64]
EF1 S of Cimarron Gray KS 37°42′27″N 100°19′40″W / 37.7074°N 100.3277°W / 37.7074; -100.3277 (Cimarron (October 12, EF1)) 03:02–03:05 1.94 mi (3.12 km) 75 yd (69 m) This brief tornado destroyed a pivot irrigation sprinkler.[62][65]
EF1 WNW of Dodge City Ford KS 37°44′28″N 100°10′53″W / 37.7411°N 100.1814°W / 37.7411; -100.1814 (Dodge City (October 12, EF1)) 03:12–03:22 7.14 mi (11.49 km) 75 yd (69 m) This tornado mostly tracked over open fields, but damaged a farm outbuilding and destroyed a pivot irrigation system near the beginning of its path.[62][66]
EF1 NNW of Spearville to S of Hanston Ford, Hodgeman KS 37°53′17″N 99°46′51″W / 37.888°N 99.7807°W / 37.888; -99.7807 (Spearville (October 12, EF1)) 03:39–03:51 10.72 mi (17.25 km) 75 yd (69 m) Several pivot irrigation systems were flipped, and farm outbuildings were damaged.[62][67][68]
EF1 E of Ford Ford KS 37°37′49″N 99°40′44″W / 37.6303°N 99.6789°W / 37.6303; -99.6789 (Ford (October 12, EF1)) 04:22–04:24 2.05 mi (3.30 km) 75 yd (69 m) This brief tornado heavily damaged a pivot irrigation system and snapped large tree branches.[62][69]
EF1 ENE of Bucklin Ford KS 37°35′02″N 99°34′22″W / 37.584°N 99.5728°W / 37.584; -99.5728 (Cimarron (October 12, EF1)) 04:38–04:39 0.89 mi (1.43 km) 50 yd (46 m) Trees were snapped and uprooted in a shelter belt.[62][70]
EFU NW of Greensburg Kiowa KS 37°38′24″N 99°21′27″W / 37.6399°N 99.3576°W / 37.6399; -99.3576 (Greensburg (October 12, EFU)) 04:48–04:54 4.59 mi (7.39 km) 75 yd (69 m) This tornado remained over open fields, and caused no documented damage.[62][71]
EF1 NW of Greensburg Kiowa KS 37°39′40″N 99°23′14″W / 37.6611°N 99.3871°W / 37.6611; -99.3871 (Greensburg (October 12, EF1)) 04:49–04:54 3.48 mi (5.60 km) 75 yd (69 m) This tornado occurred simultaneously with the previous tornado, and flipped a pivot irrigation system.[62][72]
EF1 W of Fellsburg Edwards KS 37°45′47″N 99°15′21″W / 37.763°N 99.2557°W / 37.763; -99.2557 (Fellsburg (October 12, EF1)) 04:59–05:08 6.32 mi (10.17 km) 100 yd (91 m) Several pivot irrigation systems were damaged.[62][73]

October 13 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Wednesday, October 13, 2021[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EF1 NW of Trousdale Edwards KS 37°45′14″N 99°06′24″W / 37.7538°N 99.1067°W / 37.7538; -99.1067 (Trousdale (October 12, EF1)) 05:05–05:12 6.58 mi (10.59 km) 100 yd (91 m) This tornado touched down near Trousdale, where an extremely narrow vortex flipped a center pivot irrigation sprinkler. As it moved northeast, a silo was toppled and trees were damaged. Considerable damage occurred at a farm shortly before the tornado lifted.[62][74]
EF1 Mustang to Southwestern Oklahoma City Canadian OK 35°23′24″N 97°46′34″W / 35.39°N 97.776°W / 35.39; -97.776 (Mustang (October 13, EF1)) 09:59–10:06 6.4 mi (10.3 km) 150 yd (140 m) Trees, powerlines, and roofs were damaged in Mustang and in the southwestern part of Oklahoma City. A parked pickup truck was flipped.[75]
EF1 Oklahoma City Oklahoma OK 35°28′30″N 97°33′43″W / 35.475°N 97.562°W / 35.475; -97.562 (Oklahoma City (October 13, EF1)) 10:15–10:19 3.25 mi (5.23 km) 75 yd (69 m) This tornado primarily damaged trees as it moved just northwest of downtown Oklahoma City.[76]
EF0 W of Forest Park to N of Spencer Oklahoma OK 35°30′29″N 97°27′34″W / 35.508°N 97.4595°W / 35.508; -97.4595 (Forest Park (October 13, EF0)) 10:22–10:28 4.24 mi (6.82 km) 50 yd (46 m) Sporadic tree damage was observed.[77]
EF0 SW of Onida Sully SD 44°41′N 100°05′W / 44.69°N 100.09°W / 44.69; -100.09 (Onida (October 13, EF0)) 18:15–18:16 0.24 mi (0.39 km) 10 yd (9.1 m) A very brief tornado produced no damage.[78]
EF0 S of Goodwill Roberts SD 45°28′N 97°06′W / 45.46°N 97.1°W / 45.46; -97.1 (Goodwill (October 13, EF0)) 20:03–20:08 2.35 mi (3.78 km) 10 yd (9.1 m) A trained spotter reported a brief tornado.[79]
EF0 NE of Wilmot Roberts SD 45°26′N 96°46′W / 45.44°N 96.76°W / 45.44; -96.76 (Wilmot (October 13, EF0)) 20:25–20:26 0.15 mi (0.24 km) 10 yd (9.1 m) The public reported a brief tornado.[80]
EF0 NE of Corona Roberts SD 45°23′55″N 96°35′43″W / 45.3985°N 96.5952°W / 45.3985; -96.5952 (Corona (October 13, EF0)) 20:30–20:31 0.09 mi (0.14 km) 10 yd (9.1 m) A trained spotter reported a brief tornado as it became a waterspout over Big Stone Lake.[81]
EF0 N of Odessa Big Stone MN 45°18′N 96°20′W / 45.3°N 96.34°W / 45.3; -96.34 (Odessa (October 13, EF0)) 20:33–20:34 0.05 mi (0.080 km) 10 yd (9.1 m) A photograph caught this tornado.[82]
EF0 NW of Clinton Big Stone MN 45°31′N 96°30′W / 45.51°N 96.5°W / 45.51; -96.5 (Clinton (October 13, EF0)) 20:42–20:43 0.35 mi (0.56 km) 10 yd (9.1 m) The Graceville fire department reported this tornado.[83]
EF0 S of Barry Big Stone MN 45°30′N 96°34′W / 45.5°N 96.56°W / 45.5; -96.56 (Barry (October 13, EF0)) 20:46–20:47 0.04 mi (0.064 km) 10 yd (9.1 m) A photograph caught this tornado.[84]
EF0 NW of Stirum Sargent ND 46°14′N 97°55′W / 46.23°N 97.92°W / 46.23; -97.92 (Stirum (October 13, EF0)) 21:04–21:08 5.42 mi (8.72 km) 25 yd (23 m) No damage was found as this tornado remained over open grassland.[85]
EF1 NE of White Rock, SD Traverse MN 45°56′05″N 96°33′09″W / 45.9346°N 96.5524°W / 45.9346; -96.5524 (Wheaton North (October 13, EF1)) 21:18–21:24 2.8 mi (4.5 km) 20 yd (18 m) A north-moving tornado tossed a quarter of a metal pole barn's roof, damaging a nearby power line. Another pole barn was demolished, with its poles lifted completely out of the ground on the southwest side of the structure. Trees were downed. A grain auger and a hay trailer were flipped over.[86]
EF1 W of Herman Traverse MN 45°48′07″N 96°17′35″W / 45.8019°N 96.293°W / 45.8019; -96.293 (Wheaton South (October 13, EF1)) 21:20–21:24 0.43 mi (0.69 km) 10 yd (9.1 m) A tree was uprooted, damaging the deck of a house upon falling. Minor shingle damage occurred to two houses. Several farm implements were slid or displaced several feet from their locations. A large machine shed had a quarter of its roof ripped off and tossed about 80 yd (73 m). A corn crop field was also damaged.[87]

October 14 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Friday, October 14, 2021[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EF0 Grant Township St. Clair MI 43°05′32″N 82°36′20″W / 43.0921°N 82.6055°W / 43.0921; -82.6055 (Grant Township (October 14, EF0)) 22:12–22:14 0.43 mi (0.69 km) 120 yd (110 m) This brief weak tornado damaged a carport, snapped pine trees, and caused minor damage to a home.[88]

October 15 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Friday, October 15, 2021[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EF1 E of Winslow to W of Combs Washington, Madison AR 35°48′25″N 94°01′44″W / 35.807°N 94.029°W / 35.807; -94.029 (Winslow (October 15, EF1)) 10:22–10:34 7.8 mi (12.6 km) 500 yd (460 m) This tornado moved through the rural community of Sunset, where a mobile home was damaged, a chicken house was destroyed, and several trees were snapped or uprooted.[89][90]
EF0 NNE of Clyde to WSW of Castalia Sandusky OH 41°23′23″N 82°56′10″W / 41.3896°N 82.936°W / 41.3896; -82.936 (Clyde (October 15, EF0)) 19:42–19:49 3.82 mi (6.15 km) 50 yd (46 m) A house lost shingles and plywood with a wooden deck and detached garage moved. Another house sustained damage to gutters and a TV antenna. Tree limbs were downed and spiral marks were left in fields.[91]
EF0 N of Macon Pulaski AR 34°56′20″N 92°09′55″W / 34.939°N 92.1654°W / 34.939; -92.1654 (North Pulaski (October 15, EF0)) 20:20–20:24 2.5 mi (4.0 km) 100 yd (91 m) Trees were downed and outbuildings were damaged along the path.[92]
EF1 SE of Gentryville Spencer IN 38°05′07″N 87°00′42″W / 38.0852°N 87.0117°W / 38.0852; -87.0117 (Spencer (October 15, EF1)) 01:10–01:14 1 mi (1.6 km) 50 yd (46 m) A barn was pushed about 20 feet (6.1 m) off its foundation and a house was hit by a falling tree. Several trees were snapped and swirl marks were left in a corn field.[93]
EF0 NE of New Pekin Washington IN 38°32′35″N 85°57′37″W / 38.543°N 85.9602°W / 38.543; -85.9602 (New Pekin (October 15, EF0)) 02:12–02:15 2.7 mi (4.3 km) 70 yd (64 m) Homes sustained minor roof damage. Trees and tree limbs were downed, with some falling on homes, causing significant damage to a carport and a pickup truck.[94]
EF0 Lexington Scott IN 38°38′57″N 85°38′08″W / 38.6491°N 85.6355°W / 38.6491; -85.6355 (Lexington (October 15, EF0)) 02:40-02:41 0.6 mi (0.97 km) 75 yd (69 m) Homes in town sustained shingle damage and nearby loose objects were thrown. Numerous trees were uprooted, twisted or snapped. Power poles were snapped and cracked.[95]

October 16 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Saturday, October 16, 2021[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EF0 SE of Allensburg Highland OH 39°11′17″N 83°44′11″W / 39.1881°N 83.7364°W / 39.1881; -83.7364 (Allensburg (October 16, EF0)) 04:53–04:56 1.77 mi (2.85 km) 50 yd (46 m) The roof of a home was damaged and windows were broken. An outbuilding sustained roof damage, and trees were uprooted or damaged.[96]
EF1 NE of Hillsboro Highland OH 39°14′43″N 83°35′37″W / 39.2454°N 83.5936°W / 39.2454; -83.5936 (Hillsboro (October 16, EF1)) 05:03–05:08 3.06 mi (4.92 km) 70 yd (64 m) Several outbuildings were severely damaged. A garage door was blown in at a house, causing damage to an exterior wall. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted. About 1 mi (1.6 km) of the tornado's path couldn't be surveyed due to lack of road availability.[97]
EF0 WSW of South Salem Ross OH 39°19′34″N 83°20′24″W / 39.326°N 83.340°W / 39.326; -83.340 (South Salem (October 16, EF0)) 05:25–05:26 0.12 mi (0.19 km) 20 yd (18 m) A large shipping container and several outbuildings were blown from their original positions. Nearly the entire roof covering on a manufactured home was removed. One child sustained minor injuries due to flying glass.[98]
EF2 South Salem Ross OH 39°20′15″N 83°18′31″W / 39.3375°N 83.3086°W / 39.3375; -83.3086 (South Salem (October 16, EF2)) 05:28–05:31 0.86 mi (1.38 km) 100 yd (91 m) A brief but damaging tornado touched down in South Salem. One outbuilding structure that was bolted to a concrete foundation was lofted and completely destroyed. One home sustained major structural damage, and lost nearly all of its exterior walls. The roof of the home was removed, and pieces of the roof were found scattered throughout in South Salem. Trees were damaged, some significantly, and other structures in town sustained minor to moderate damage. Power lines were downed as well.[99]
EF0 ENE of Frankfort to W of Andersonville Ross OH 39°25′16″N 83°07′05″W / 39.421°N 83.118°W / 39.421; -83.118 (Frankfort (October 16, EF0)) 05:42–05:48 3.42 mi (5.50 km) 75 yd (69 m) Part of the roof of a home was blown off and landed across the street. The back porch of a home was destroyed, and trees were uprooted along the path.[100]
EF1 NW of Kingston Pickaway OH 39°29′20″N 82°57′06″W / 39.4890°N 82.9518°W / 39.4890; -82.9518 (Kingston (October 16, EF1)) 05:59–06:03 2.72 mi (4.38 km) 80 yd (73 m) The tornado struck a two-story home, lifting the roof off the home and throwing it nearly 400 yd (370 m) away. A home on the other side of the street sustained roof and siding damage. The roof of a metal shed was torn off, and numerous trees were snapped or uprooted.[101]
EF1 N of Chandlersville Muskingum OH 39°54′02″N 81°50′21″W / 39.9006°N 81.8391°W / 39.9006; -81.8391 (Chandlersville (October 16, EF1)) 07:44–07:47 1.37 mi (2.20 km) 350 yd (320 m) Several homes sustained roof and siding damage. Some farm buildings were considerably damaged, with some roof debris being found up to 1 mi (1.6 km) downwind. A cement silo that survived the June 2012 North American derecho was damaged. Trees were snapped or uprooted.[102]
EF0 SSE of New Concord Guernsey OH 39°57′50″N 81°43′19″W / 39.9640°N 81.7219°W / 39.9640; -81.7219 (New Concord (October 16, EF0)) 07:53–07:54 0.31 mi (0.50 km) 25 yd (23 m) A cinder-block outbuilding was destroyed and the roof of a barn was partially removed. Minor tree damage was observed.[103]
EF0 Shippingport Beaver PA 40°37′37″N 80°25′41″W / 40.6269°N 80.428°W / 40.6269; -80.428 (Shippingport (October 16, EF0)) 10:06–10:07 0.94 mi (1.51 km) 50 yd (46 m) The roof of a pavilion in town was blown off. Trees were uprooted and tree branches were snapped.[104]
EF1 S of Monaca to E of Freedom Beaver PA 40°40′26″N 80°16′12″W / 40.674°N 80.270°W / 40.674; -80.270 (Monaca (October 16, EF1)) 10:16–10:18 2.11 mi (3.40 km) 200 yd (180 m) In Monaca, the roof of a mobile home was torn off and trees were uprooted. One tree landed onto a car, damaging the car's windshield. The tornado crossed the Ohio River into Freedom, where at least 30 trees were uprooted. The awning of a front porch was damaged by a falling tree.[105]
EF1 ENE of Clarington Jefferson, Elk PA 41°21′N 79°03′W / 41.35°N 79.05°W / 41.35; -79.05 (Clarington (October 16, EF1)) 12:08–12:10 0.75 mi (1.21 km) 260 yd (240 m) This brief, low-end EF1 tornado touched down in Clear Creek State Park on the south side of Clarion River in Jefferson County, and crossed over into Elk County before dissipating. Several trees were snapped or uprooted, especially in the latter county where one tree fell on a cabin. One injury was reported.[106][107]

October 21 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Thursday, October 21, 2021[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EF1 Hinckley Township Medina OH 41°13′06″N 81°46′04″W / 41.2182°N 81.7679°W / 41.2182; -81.7679 (Hinckley Township (October 21, EF1)) 20:36–20:42 2.57 mi (4.14 km) 50 yd (46 m) Trees were downed and a home suffered roof and siding damage.[108]
EF0 ENE of Seville Medina OH 41°01′02″N 81°48′55″W / 41.0171°N 81.8154°W / 41.0171; -81.8154 (Seville (October 21, EF0)) 20:44–20:45 0.29 mi (0.47 km) 50 yd (46 m) A spiraling damage path was left in a corn field.[109]
EF1 Wickliffe Lake OH 41°36′28″N 81°27′09″W / 41.6079°N 81.4525°W / 41.6079; -81.4525 (Wickliffe (October 21, EF1)) 20:49–20:50 0.18 mi (0.29 km) 50 yd (46 m) Several homes were damaged in Wickliffe, one of which sustained considerable damage. Trees were snapped near the Pine Ridge Country Club as well.[110]
EF0 Hudson Summit OH 41°16′07″N 81°26′27″W / 41.2686°N 81.4409°W / 41.2686; -81.4409 (Hudson (October 21, EF0)) 21:08–21:11 0.78 mi (1.26 km) 25 yd (23 m) Intermittent tree damage occurred in Hudson.[111]
EF1 W of North Canton Stark OH 40°51′48″N 81°29′16″W / 40.8632°N 81.4877°W / 40.8632; -81.4877 (Jackson Township (October 21, EF1)) 21:10–21:15 2.96 mi (4.76 km) 50 yd (46 m) Trees and buildings sustained high-end EF1 damage in Jackson Township. A large garage and multiple recreational buildings were heavily damaged at North Park. Some businesses were damaged as well.[112]
EF1 Southern Mecca Trumbull OH 41°22′47″N 80°44′10″W / 41.3796°N 80.736°W / 41.3796; -80.736 (Mecca (October 21, EF1)) 22:15-22:18 0.66 mi (1.06 km) 50 yd (46 m) Several homes were damaged in a subdivision in the southern part of Mecca, and trees were snapped or uprooted.[113]
EF0 E of Mecca Trumbull OH 41°23′11″N 80°39′51″W / 41.3865°N 80.6642°W / 41.3865; -80.6642 (Johnston Township(October 21, EF0)) 22:20–22:21 0.08 mi (0.13 km) 20 yd (18 m) A very brief tornado damaged some trees.[114]
EF0 SSE of Aurora Portage OH 41°17′07″N 81°19′51″W / 41.2852°N 81.3307°W / 41.2852; -81.3307 (Aurora (October 21, EF0)) 22:21–22:22 0.22 mi (0.35 km) 25 yd (23 m) An AC unit on top of a four-story building was blown over. The four-story building sustained minor roof damage. Tree limbs were snapped.[115]
EF1 NNE of New Galilee Beaver PA 40°50′39″N 80°22′45″W / 40.8442°N 80.3791°W / 40.8442; -80.3791 (New Galilee (October 21, EF1)) 22:56–22:59 1.64 mi (2.64 km) 40 yd (37 m) Numerous tree branches were broken and one softwood tree was uprooted. A tree limb fell on a garage, damaging its roof.[116]
EF1 SW of Mount Pleasant Jefferson OH 40°09′55″N 80°49′45″W / 40.1652°N 80.8291°W / 40.1652; -80.8291 (Mount Pleasant (October 21, EF1)) 23:03–23:05 0.43 mi (0.69 km) 70 yd (64 m) One house lost shingles. Damage was otherwise limited to trees that were snapped, uprooted, or had broken branches.[117]
EF1 Loomis to E of Warnock Belmont OH 40°01′44″N 81°00′16″W / 40.029°N 81.0045°W / 40.029; -81.0045 (Warnock (October 21, EF1)) 23:06–23:09 7.86 mi (12.65 km) 50 yd (46 m) An intermittent tornado blew the roof off a business, destroyed a shed, and toppled a motor home onto two sports cars, damaging them. Trees were downed and had broken branches.[118]
EF1 ESE of Ellport to NW of Harmony Beaver PA 40°50′35″N 80°11′54″W / 40.843°N 80.1983°W / 40.843; -80.1983 (New Galilee (October 21, EF1)) 23:11–23:16 2.63 mi (4.23 km) 110 yd (100 m) Numerous hardwood and softwood trees were uprooted, snapped, or had large branches broken.[119]
EF2 NE of Bethany, WV to N of Houston, PA Washington PA 40°13′42″N 80°30′25″W / 40.2283°N 80.507°W / 40.2283; -80.507 (Buffalo Township (October 21, EF2)) 23:30–23:57 15.67 mi (25.22 km) 700 yd (640 m) This tornado caused significant damage as it moved through Buffalo Township. A two-story house lost its roof, with portions of its walls collapsed and foundation blocks shifted. Another house was also unroofed and its attached garage was destroyed, along with a farm building. A mobile home sustained roof damage and a well-built deck was torn off. Other structures were damaged along the path and many large trees were uprooted and snapped.[120]
EF0 NW of Butler to NNE of East Butler Butler PA 40°53′N 79°57′W / 40.88°N 79.95°W / 40.88; -79.95 (Butler (October 21, EF0)) 23:33–23:51 8.72 mi (14.03 km) 300 yd (270 m) Numerous trees were uprooted and snapped and flagpoles were bent.[121]
EF0 Mount Nebo Allegheny PA 40°32′05″N 80°04′17″W / 40.5347°N 80.0713°W / 40.5347; -80.0713 (Mount Nebo (October 21, EF0)) 23:41–23:42 0.54 mi (0.87 km) 100 yd (91 m) A brief tornado blew out glass doors and damaged a sign at a Target store, caused minor tree damage, and blew down tall grass.[122]
EF1 Allison Park to W of Indianola Allegheny PA 40°33′49″N 79°58′53″W / 40.5637°N 79.9813°W / 40.5637; -79.9813 (Allison Park (October 21, EF1)) 23:47–23:55 4.7 mi (7.6 km) 400 yd (370 m) This tornado was spawned by the same circulation as the Mount Nebo tornado. A cinder block outbuilding was destroyed, homes sustained minor damage, and numerous trees were uprooted and snapped. One home was struck by a falling tree.[123]
EF1 West Finley Township Washington PA 39°59′53″N 80°21′54″W / 39.998°N 80.365°W / 39.998; -80.365 (West Finley (October 21, EF1)) 23:58–00:00 0.53 mi (0.85 km) 50 yd (46 m) A barn was destroyed, a shed sustained roof damage, and trees were snapped and uprooted.[124]
EF1 East Finley Township Washington PA 40°03′36″N 80°21′50″W / 40.06°N 80.364°W / 40.06; -80.364 (East Finley (October 21, EF1)) 23:59–00:00 0.38 mi (0.61 km) 30 yd (27 m) Trees were snapped and a distinct convergent pattern was observed in a grassy open pasture.[125]
EF1 Peters Township Washington PA 40°15′12″N 80°05′46″W / 40.2534°N 80.0961°W / 40.2534; -80.0961 (Peters Township (October 21, EF1)) 00:07–00:10 1.52 mi (2.45 km) 200 yd (180 m) Several homes had shingle and window damage, and a garage door was blown out. Trees were uprooted and snapped as well.[126]

October 24 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Sunday, October 24, 2021[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EF0 N of Bendena to NW of Troy Doniphan KS 39°45′31″N 95°10′22″W / 39.7587°N 95.1728°W / 39.7587; -95.1728 (Troy (October 24, EF0)) 19:03–19:12 4.35 mi (7.00 km) 25 yd (23 m) Trees were downed and a few structures were damaged.[127]
EF1 WSW of Kingston Clinton, Caldwell MO 39°37′05″N 94°12′50″W / 39.6181°N 94.2138°W / 39.6181; -94.2138 (Kingston (October 24, EF1)) 20:27–20:33 4.64 mi (7.47 km) 40 yd (37 m) A metal barn was heavily damaged, a house lost some shingles, and trees were downed.[128][129]
EF0 NW of Pattonsburg Daviess MO 40°01′18″N 94°10′29″W / 40.0218°N 94.1748°W / 40.0218; -94.1748 (Pattonsburg (October 24, EF0)) 20:36–20:37 0.14 mi (0.23 km) 20 yd (18 m) A very brief tornado destroyed an empty grain bin and damaged a few others. An open ended outbuilding was also destroyed.[130]
EF0 NW of Chillicothe Livingston MO 39°50′19″N 93°38′55″W / 39.8385°N 93.6487°W / 39.8385; -93.6487 (Chillicothe (October 24, EF0)) 21:16–21:17 0.15 mi (0.24 km) 50 yd (46 m) A brief tornado heavily damaged a barn.[131]
EF2 NE of Chillicothe to S of Purdin to SE of Winigan Livingston, Linn MO 39°52′40″N 93°25′14″W / 39.8778°N 93.4205°W / 39.8778; -93.4205 (Purdin (October 24, EF2)) 21:31–22:18 31.37 mi (50.49 km) 150 yd (140 m) This strong tornado first caused roof, window, and gutter damage to a few homes, and destroyed outbuildings near Chillicothe. The most severe damage occurred south of Purdin, where a house had its roof torn off, and an office trailer was rolled and destroyed at a propane plant. The tornado then caused additional roof and outbuilding damage before dissipating. Many large trees were snapped or uprooted along the path.[132][133]
EF0 S of Sedalia Pettis MO 38°39′54″N 93°13′21″W / 38.6651°N 93.2226°W / 38.6651; -93.2226 (South Sedalia (October 24, EF0)) 21:54–21:55 0.47 mi (0.76 km) 10 yd (9.1 m) A weak tornado produced narrow corn swirls in a field.[134]
EF0 Eastern Sedalia Pettis MO 38°41′43″N 93°10′40″W / 38.6954°N 93.1778°W / 38.6954; -93.1778 (East Sedalia (October 24, EF0)) 21:59–22:00 1.22 mi (1.96 km) 10 yd (9.1 m) A weak tornado impacted the eastern outskirts of Sedalia, causing minor damage to trees and homes.[135]
EF1 NE of Gladden Dent MO 37°29′N 91°27′W / 37.49°N 91.45°W / 37.49; -91.45 (Gladden (October 24, EF1)) 23:34–23:46 8.16 mi (13.13 km) 400 yd (370 m) Numerous trees were downed, and a home sustained structural damage.[136]
EF1 NW of Richland Camden MO 37°53′46″N 92°24′52″W / 37.8961°N 92.4145°W / 37.8961; -92.4145 (Richland (October 24, EF1)) 23:53–23:57 2.17 mi (3.49 km) 100 yd (91 m) The roof was blown off a house, a barn was damaged, and trees were uprooted, with large tree limbs being snapped off as well.[137]
EF1 NNW of Lesterville Reynolds MO 37°31′36″N 90°51′28″W / 37.5267°N 90.8578°W / 37.5267; -90.8578 (Lesterville (October 24, EF1)) 00:43–00:46 1.17 mi (1.88 km) 100 yd (91 m) Widespread tree damage occurred in Johnson's Shut-Ins State Park.[138]
EF3 S of Farmington to NE of Coffman St. Francois, Ste. Genevieve MO 37°42′N 90°25′W / 37.70°N 90.41°W / 37.70; -90.41 (Farmington (October 24, EF3)) 01:23–01:49 16.91 mi (27.21 km) 400 yd (370 m) A strong tornado touched down south of Farmington and rapidly intensified as it crossed US 67 and moved northeast, where multiple homes sustained partial to total roof loss, some had exterior walls collapsed, and one was completely destroyed. Barns and outbuildings were also destroyed, and many trees and power poles were snapped along this segment of the path as well. The tornado weakened as it moved through the small community of Coffman, where homes, a church, and a brewery sustained roof and window damage, an outbuilding next to the church was destroyed, fencing was blown over, and trees and power poles were downed. One person sustained minor injuries.[139]
EF1 NE of Annapolis to SW of Fredericktown Iron, Madison MO 37°26′56″N 90°36′32″W / 37.449°N 90.609°W / 37.449; -90.609 (Annapolis (October 24, EF1)) 01:29–01:44 10.23 mi (16.46 km) 250 yd (230 m) A site-built home and a mobile home were damaged. Many trees were uprooted or damaged as the tornado crossed through a densely wooded area of the Mark Twain National Forest.[140][141]
EF3 W of Fredericktown to NE of Junction City Madison, Perry MO 37°32′33″N 90°23′32″W / 37.5425°N 90.3921°W / 37.5425; -90.3921 (Fredericktown (October 24, EF3)) 01:47–02:15 18.84 mi (30.32 km) 880 yd (800 m) This large and destructive tornado touched down southwest of Fredericktown and intensified as it moved to the northeast, snapping and uprooting numerous trees. A few homes sustained significant roof damage along this portion of the path, outbuildings were damaged or destroyed, a manufactured home was rolled onto its side, and a pickup truck was lifted and dropped onto a car. The tornado then crossed Route 72 and US 67 at peak strength as it impacted the northwestern fringes of Fredericktown. Numerous homes and business were severely damaged or destroyed in this area, and debris was scattered long distances across fields. At least one poorly-anchored home was leveled, other homes were left with only a few walls standing, and multiple self-storage buildings and some outbuildings were obliterated. A church was also damaged, and a few large metal-framed warehouses were completely destroyed, including one at the Black River Electric Co-op, where several other buildings were damaged or destroyed on the property. The tornado then weakened and crossed City Lake, but still caused considerable damage as it struck Junction City, where homes and businesses sustained heavy damage to roofs, windows, and siding, outbuildings and garages were destroyed, and trees were downed. It continued to the northeast past Junction City, where a house lost its roof and sustained some collapse of exterior walls. Additional damage to trees, roofs, and outbuildings occurred before the tornado dissipated. One person was injured.[142][143]
EF2 SW of St. Mary, MO to NE of Bremen, IL Ste. Genevieve (MO), Randolph (IL) MO, IL 37°52′N 89°59′W / 37.86°N 89.98°W / 37.86; -89.98 (St. Mary (October 24, EF2)) 02:02–02:28 16.74 mi (26.94 km) 400 yd (370 m) This significant tornado, from the same supercell as the Farmington/Coffman EF3, touched down southwest of St. Mary before directly striking the town, destroying garages and outbuildings, severely damaging several homes, flipping cars, and downing numerous trees and power lines. A large antique mall in St. Mary had its roof torn off, and sustained some collapse of brick exterior walls. A tornado emergency was issued as the tornado crossed the Mississippi River into Illinois and struck the town of Chester, where homes sustained roof damage, a few smaller homes were unroofed, and a shed and a well-built garage building were destroyed. A hardware store in town had its back exterior wall bowed out, and a nursing home had roofing peeled off and HVAC units blown off the roof. The weakening tornado then moved along IL 150 and impacted Bremen, where homes sustained mostly minor roof and siding damage, tree damage occurred, and some outbuildings were damaged or destroyed. Minor tree limb damage occurred farther northeast of Bremen before the tornado dissipated.[139]
EF1 SW of Perryville Perry MO 37°37′N 90°04′W / 37.61°N 90.06°W / 37.61; -90.06 (Perryville (October 24, EF1)) 02:42–02:45 2.3 mi (3.7 km) 25 yd (23 m) Trees were snapped or uprooted.[144]
EF0 NW of Richview Washington IL 38°23′35″N 89°12′14″W / 38.393°N 89.204°W / 38.393; -89.204 (Richview (October 24, EF0)) 02:54–02:55 2.05 mi (3.30 km) 180 yd (160 m) A barn sustained roof loss and structural damage, a house sustained roof and siding damage, and numerous trees were downed.[145]
EF1 N of Shook to NE of Glennon Wayne, Bollinger MO 37°05′48″N 90°19′12″W / 37.0968°N 90.32°W / 37.0968; -90.32 (Shook (October 24, EF1)) 04:04–04:30 24.49 mi (39.41 km) 400 yd (370 m) The roof of a school gym was damaged in Zalma, with air conditioner units being blown off the school's roof. The top half of a two-story barn was destroyed, and the roof of a chicken house was damaged. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted along the path.[146][147]

October 25 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Monday, October 25, 2021[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EF1 NW of Turbeville Halifax VA 36°40′47″N 79°08′53″W / 36.6796°N 79.1481°W / 36.6796; -79.1481 (Turbeville (October 25, EF1)) 00:02–00:08 2.32 mi (3.73 km) 75 yd (69 m) Trees were snapped or uprooted along the path.[148]

October 26 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Tuesday, October 26, 2021[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EFU WNW of Leedey Roger Mills OK 35°54′29″N 99°28′44″W / 35.908°N 99.479°W / 35.908; -99.479 (Leedey (October 26, EFU)) 01:55 0.2 mi (0.32 km) 50 yd (46 m) A storm chaser reported a brief tornado.[149]
EF0 Turon Reno KS 37°48′32″N 98°25′39″W / 37.809°N 98.4275°W / 37.809; -98.4275 (Turon (October 26, EF0)) 03:10–03:15 0.43 mi (0.69 km) 275 yd (251 m) A weak tornado moved through Turon, damaging tree tops. Roof panels were removed from a structure as well.[150]
EF0 Southern Union City Canadian OK 35°23′17″N 97°56′31″W / 35.388°N 97.942°W / 35.388; -97.942 (Union City (October 26, EF0)) 04:54 0.3 mi (0.48 km) 20 yd (18 m) Trees and two barns were damaged at the south edge of town.[151]

October 27 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Wednesday, October 27, 2021[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EF1 Northeastern Norman Cleveland OK 35°15′29″N 97°24′47″W / 35.258°N 97.413°W / 35.258; -97.413 (Norman (October 26, EF1)) 05:36–05:45 6.6 mi (10.6 km) 50 yd (46 m) This tornado moved from the northeastern part of Norman to just southeast of Lake Stanley Draper, damaging homes and trees.[152]
EF0 SW of Porter Heights Montgomery TX 30°07′N 95°22′W / 30.12°N 95.36°W / 30.12; -95.36 (Spring (October 27, EF?)) 13:50 0.02 mi (0.032 km) 20 yd (18 m) A very brief tornado was caught on video near Grand Oaks High School. The only apparent damage was a flipped soccer goal.[153]
EF0 Port Acres Jefferson TX 29°54′13″N 94°01′11″W / 29.9036°N 94.0196°W / 29.9036; -94.0196 (Port Acres (October 27, EF0)) 13:54–13:55 0.33 mi (0.53 km) 100 yd (91 m) A brief tornado damaged outbuildings, caused minor damage to homes, and downed numerous tree limbs in the Port Acres neighborhood of Port Arthur.[154]
EFU W of Bridge City Orange TX 30°00′34″N 93°55′21″W / 30.0094°N 93.9226°W / 30.0094; -93.9226 (Bridge City (October 27, EFU)) 14:21–14:24 3.23 mi (5.20 km) Unknown A tornado was caught on video and a tornado debris signature appeared on radar, but the tornado touched down in an inaccessible area and the path couldn't be surveyed.[155][156]
EF2 NW of Pinehurst Orange TX 30°06′39″N 93°50′01″W / 30.1108°N 93.8337°W / 30.1108; -93.8337 (Pinehurst (October 27, EF2)) 14:33–14:39 2.06 mi (3.32 km) 50 yd (46 m) A brick home was severely damaged and lost a significant portion of its roofing, and a large storage shed nearby was destroyed. Trees were downed, and an RV camper was thrown 25 yd (23 m). A truck was flipped, three vehicles were pushed out of a driveway, and an ATV was lofted and thrown across Interstate 10. Large metal garage buildings were also damaged and had their metal overhead doors blown in at a Texas Department of Transportation maintenance facility.[157]
EF2 SE of Mauriceville to S of Deweyville Orange, Newton TX 30°10′38″N 93°48′12″W / 30.1772°N 93.8033°W / 30.1772; -93.8033 (Little Cypress (October 27, EF2)) 14:45–14:59 6.89 mi (11.09 km) 100 yd (91 m) A few mobile homes were damaged or destroyed, including a double-wide mobile home that was flipped, critically injuring one person. Multiple site-built homes were damaged, including some that had their roofs torn off, and one that had an exterior wall blown out. Storage sheds and garages were also heavily damaged or destroyed, and trees were downed along the path.[158][159]
EF1 SW of Fields Beauregard LA 30°25′33″N 93°39′10″W / 30.4258°N 93.6528°W / 30.4258; -93.6528 (Fields (October 27, EF1)) 15:35–15:38 1.86 mi (2.99 km) 100 yd (91 m) Trees were snapped and uprooted.[160]
EFU NE of Starks Calcasieu LA 30°20′05″N 93°36′59″W / 30.3346°N 93.6165°W / 30.3346; -93.6165 (Starks (October 27, EFU)) 16:44–16:45 0.62 mi (1.00 km) 1 yd (0.91 m) A tornado debris signature was detected in an area without roads. No damage could be seen from the nearest highway.[161]
EFU W of Hackberry Cameron LA 29°56′N 93°33′W / 29.94°N 93.55°W / 29.94; -93.55 (Starks (October 27, EFU)) 16:49–16:55 3.98 mi (6.41 km) [to be determined] A tornado debris signature appeared on radar with this tornado. The tornado remained over inaccessible marshland.[155][156]
EF1 SE of Vinton Calcasieu LA 30°07′35″N 93°31′25″W / 30.1263°N 93.5235°W / 30.1263; -93.5235 (Vinton (October 27, EF1)) 16:52–16:56 2.8 mi (4.5 km) 85 yd (78 m) A home and some trees were damaged.[155][162]
EF2 Southern Lake Charles Calcasieu LA 30°09′06″N 93°16′00″W / 30.1518°N 93.2668°W / 30.1518; -93.2668 (Lake Charles (October 27, EF2)) 17:20–17:23 2.2 mi (3.5 km) 300 yd (270 m) A dozen homes sustained significant damage as this brief but strong tornado moved through a residential area in the southern part of Lake Charles. Several of the homes had roofs torn off, and a few sustained collapse of some exterior walls. Two people were injured by flying debris.[163]
EF1 Eastern Lake Charles Calcasieu LA 30°12′28″N 93°10′39″W / 30.2078°N 93.1775°W / 30.2078; -93.1775 (Lake Charles (October 27, EF1)) 17:28–17:29 0.92 mi (1.48 km) 50 yd (46 m) A brief tornado touched impacted the east side of Lake Charles, where two large warehouse buildings had sections of their roofs and exterior walls collapsed. Trees were snapped or uprooted as well.[164]
EF0 NE of Lettsworth Concordia LA 31°00′43″N 91°37′54″W / 31.012°N 91.6317°W / 31.012; -91.6317 (Lettsworth (October 27, EF0)) 20:56–20:58 1.75 mi (2.82 km) 25 yd (23 m) A brief tornado snapped large tree limbs and uprooted trees. The path may have been longer as a portion of it was not accessible to the ground survey team.[165]
EF0 Mandeville St. Tammany LA 30°22′07″N 90°05′33″W / 30.3685°N 90.0926°W / 30.3685; -90.0926 (Mandeville (October 27, EF0)) 21:52–21:53 0.22 mi (0.35 km) 25 yd (23 m) A brief tornado moved off of Lake Pontchartrain, damaging the tin roofs of a house and another structure, and damaging a small tree.[166]
EF1 Eastern Picayune Pearl River MS 30°31′11″N 89°40′24″W / 30.5196°N 89.6734°W / 30.5196; -89.6734 (Picayune (October 27, EF1)) 23:49–23:53 2.44 mi (3.93 km) 125 yd (114 m) This high-end EF1 tornado moved through the east side of Picayune, where a mobile home was completely destroyed, and another was spun 180 degrees and badly damaged. Carports and sections of roofing were ripped off of homes, and other minor structural damage occurred. Trees were downed and many tree branches were snapped in town.[167]
EF1 Moss Point Jackson MS 30°24′01″N 88°31′04″W / 30.4003°N 88.5177°W / 30.4003; -88.5177 (Moss Point (October 27, EF1)) 01:31–01:35 0.86 mi (1.38 km) 50 yd (46 m) 1 death – The tornado struck a car traveling along MS 63, with the driver being fatally injured after losing control of the vehicle and being ejected. A house lost a large section of its roof, and other structures in town sustained minor roof damage. Trees were damaged, and parked cars were moved and had windows blown out.[168]

October 28 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Thursday, October 28, 2021[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EFU NW of Myakka City Manatee FL 27°23′N 82°13′W / 27.39°N 82.22°W / 27.39; -82.22 (Myakka City (October 28, EFU)) 18:16–18:23 2.82 mi (4.54 km) 50 yd (46 m) A tornado debris signature appeared on radar in association with this tornado. No damage was found.[169]

NovemberEdit

Confirmed tornadoes by Enhanced Fujita rating
EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
1 15 5 0 0 0 0 21

November 10 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Wednesday, November 10, 2021[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EFU SE of Bray Stephens OK 34°37′N 97°46′W / 34.61°N 97.76°W / 34.61; -97.76 (Bray (November 10, EFU)) 00:35–00:48 4 mi (6.4 km) 100 yd (91 m) A tornado was observed by multiple storm chasers. No damage was reported.[170]
EF0 Tulsa Tulsa OK 36°07′55″N 95°58′34″W / 36.132°N 95.976°W / 36.132; -95.976 (Tulsa (November 10, EF0)) 01:14–01:16 0.5 mi (0.80 km) 150 yd (140 m) This brief tornado developed over Woodward Park and moved east. Trees were uprooted and large tree limbs were snapped along the path before the tornado dissipated near Utica Square.[171]
EF0 NNE of Broken Arrow Wagoner OK 36°07′05″N 95°45′40″W / 36.118°N 95.761°W / 36.118; -95.761 (Broken Arrow (November 10, EF0)) 01:26–01:27 0.4 mi (0.64 km) 100 yd (91 m) A barn and a small grain silo were damaged. Large tree limbs were snapped.[172]
EF0 SW of Catoosa Rogers OK 36°10′44″N 95°45′50″W / 36.179°N 95.764°W / 36.179; -95.764 (Catoosa (November 10, EF0)) 01:29–01:30 0.3 mi (0.48 km) 80 yd (73 m) Large tree limbs were snapped.[173]

November 11 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Thursday, November 11, 2021[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EF0 NW of Elysian Fields Harrison TX 32°24′02″N 94°14′07″W / 32.4005°N 94.2352°W / 32.4005; -94.2352 (Elysian Fields (November 11, EF0)) 06:40–06:41 0.58 mi (0.93 km) 50 yd (46 m) A tornado debris signature appeared on radar in association with this tornado. Only minor tree damage was found.[174]
EF1 S of Waskom Harrison TX 32°24′08″N 94°06′20″W / 32.4021°N 94.1055°W / 32.4021; -94.1055 (Waskom (November 11, EF1)) 06:51–06:53 2.63 mi (4.23 km) 50 yd (46 m) Trees and large tree branches were snapped.[175]
EF1 SSW of Blanchard Caddo LA 32°31′49″N 93°54′42″W / 32.5302°N 93.9118°W / 32.5302; -93.9118 (Blanchard (November 11, EF1)) 07:02–07:03 0.16 mi (0.26 km) 100 yd (91 m) Trees were snapped or uprooted, some of which landed onto outdoor sheds and a home causing significant damage.[176]
EF0 S of Ringgold Bienville LA 32°15′18″N 93°17′59″W / 32.2551°N 93.2998°W / 32.2551; -93.2998 (Ringgold (November 11, EF0)) 08:06–08:07 1.17 mi (1.88 km) 40 yd (37 m) Tree limbs were snapped.[177]
EF0 ESE of Santuck Elmore AL 32°37′01″N 86°05′09″W / 32.6170°N 86.0858°W / 32.6170; -86.0858 (Santuck (November 11, EF0)) 21:03–21:04 0.36 mi (0.58 km) 270 yd (250 m) A brief tornado occurred with an isolated supercell, uprooting about a dozen large trees and breaking off tree limbs. One tree fell on a barn, and a manufactured home had its roof partially removed and minor damage to the deck and skirting.[178]

November 12 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Friday, November 12, 2021[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EF1 E of Millbrook Dutchess NY 41°45′58″N 73°39′50″W / 41.766°N 73.664°W / 41.766; -73.664 (Millbrook (November 12, EF1)) 16:12–16:16 2.44 mi (3.93 km) 200 yd (180 m) The tornado moved through Washington to the east of the village of Millbrook, destroying a farm shed and downing numerous trees, some of which fell on homes and vehicles.[179]

November 13 eventEdit

List of confirmed tornadoes – Saturday, November 13, 2021[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EF0 Woodmere to Levittown Nassau NY 40°37′30″N 73°43′11″W / 40.6249°N 73.7198°W / 40.6249; -73.7198 (Woodmere (November 13, EF0)) 19:37–19:55 13.14 mi (21.15 km) 50 yd (46 m) This skipping tornado first touched down in Woodmere, where several trees and power lines were downed. It touched down again in Uniondale, where the roof of a two-story colonial building was ripped off and thrown onto a nearby house. It touched down for the final time in Levittown, where a large tree was downed onto a house. The total path length on the ground was a quarter mile.[180]
EF0 East Islip Suffolk NY 40°43′04″N 73°11′50″W / 40.7178°N 73.1972°W / 40.7178; -73.1972 (East Islip (November 13, EF0)) 20:20–20:22 0.52 mi (0.84 km) 50 yd (46 m) Several homes sustained minor roof and siding damage. A few dozen large trees were snapped or uprooted. Some trees had large branches sheared off.[181]
EF0 Cheshire New Haven CT 41°29′15″N 72°56′08″W / 41.4875°N 72.9355°W / 41.4875; -72.9355 (Cheshire(November 13, EF0)) 20:30–20:34 3.57 mi (5.75 km) 100 yd (91 m) An SUV and RV were both crushed by fallen trees. Trees were uprooted.[182]
EF0 North Bellport Suffolk NY 40°47′12″N 72°56′32″W / 40.7868°N 72.9423°W / 40.7868; -72.9423 (North Bellport (November 13, EF0)) 20:40–20:42 1.28 mi (2.06 km) 35 yd (32 m) A recycling center sustained extensive roof damage and blown out garage doors, a large road sign was flattened, and numerous trees were downed.[183]
EF1 Shirley to Manorville Suffolk NY 40°47′54″N 72°52′16″W / 40.7982°N 72.8712°W / 40.7982; -72.8712 (Shirley (November 13, EF1)) 20:42–20:50 5.3 mi (8.5 km) 50 yd (46 m) A 5-ton air conditioning unit on top of a supermarket was flipped. A covered walkway collapsed at a Chipotle Mexican Grill located in the same shopping center. Flashing was ripped off of the southern side of an Applebee's and an adjacent unoccupied retail store. The entire roof of a two-story home was torn off, which landed in the backyard of a neighboring home. This same roof also impaled itself into the side of its neighboring home to the north, causing the vertical structure of the home to become skewed. Later on, the tornado flipped or moved several single-engine planes at Brookhaven Airport. Other homes along the path sustained minor damage. Trees were snapped, uprooted, and sheared along the path.[184]
EF0 Branford New Haven CT 41°16′39″N 72°47′42″W / 41.2776°N 72.7951°W / 41.2776; -72.7951 (Branford (November 13, EF0)) 20:44–20:46 1.94 mi (3.12 km) 300 yd (270 m) Several light tower generators in a school field were toppled. Trees were snapped or uprooted.[185]
EF0 Remsenburg to Westhampton Suffolk NY 40°48′31″N 72°41′42″W / 40.8086°N 72.6949°W / 40.8086; -72.6949 (Remsenburg (November 13, EF0)) 20:53–21:00 3.5 mi (5.6 km) 35 yd (32 m) Several homes sustained minor roof and siding damage, a reinforced cinder block wall was blown out of a salt barn (possibly a result of the roof lifting slightly), and several trees, shrubs, and power lines were downed.[186]
EF0 Hampton Bays to North Sea Suffolk NY 40°51′05″N 72°32′03″W / 40.8513°N 72.5341°W / 40.8513; -72.5341 (Hampton Bays (November 13, EF0)) 21:08–21:14 8.2 mi (13.2 km) 35 yd (32 m) Several homes in Hampton Bays sustained minor damage, and outdoor furniture was tossed. The tornado then crossed Shinnecock Bay and entered North Sea, with intermittent tree damage occurring along the path before the tornado lifted.[187]
EF0 Plainfield, CT to Foster, RI Windham (CT), Providence (RI) CT, RI 41°42′14″N 71°51′59″W / 41.7039°N 71.8663°W / 41.7039; -71.8663 (Plainfield (November 13, EF0)) 21:48–22:02 6.13 mi (9.87 km) 100 yd (91 m) A large trailer was moved 50 ft (15 m). Trees were uprooted and sheared along the path.[188][189]
EF1 Stonington, CT to Westerly, RI New London (CT), Washington (RI) CT, RI 41°22′56″N 71°50′11″W / 41.3822°N 71.8364°W / 41.3822; -71.8364 (Stonington (November 13, EF1)) 21:54–22:00 1.36 mi (2.19 km) 100 yd (91 m) In Connecticut, a metal shed was lofted and flipped before being crushed by a tree limb. One home lost a gutter while another home lost shutters. Several street signs were snapped at their bases. Several trampolines were lofted, with one becoming stuck in power lines. After crossing into Rhode Island, a wooden outbuilding was flipped onto its side before the tornado dissipated. Trees were snapped or uprooted along the path.[190][191]
EF0 North Kingstown to Wickford Washington RI 41°33′56″N 71°28′52″W / 41.5656°N 71.4811°W / 41.5656; -71.4811 (North Kingstown (November 13, EF0)) 22:18–22:24 1.5 mi (2.4 km) 150 yd (140 m) Four to five power poles were snapped in half. Trees were snapped or uprooted along the path, including one which fell onto a home causing roof and window damage. A few standing trees were sheared at the top.[192]

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t All dates are based on the local time zone where the tornado touched down; however, all times are in Coordinated Universal Time for consistency.

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