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A dangerous heatwave threatens a portion of the western U. Storms and heavy rains may cause flash flooding in the Southwest and Mid-Atlantic. Fred will bring heavy rainfall to southern and western Florida and tropical storm conditions to the Keys today. Grace will bring tropical storm conditions and heavy rainfall to Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands by Sunday. The most deadly tornado to ever strike within the borders of the state of Oklahoma occurred on Wednesday, April 9, in the city of Woodward. The Woodward tornadic Adult singles dating in Tornado thunderstorm began in the Texas Panhandle during the afternoon of April 9,and produced at least six tornadoes along a mile path that stretched from White Deer, TX northeast of Amarillo to St.

Leo, KS west of Wichita. While it is still officially attributed to have traveled in a single long track through 3 states, work done by Tom Grazulis of the Tornado Project, and research scientist Don Burgess indicates that a separate tornado occurred near White Deer, TX, and 4 or more tornadoes occurred near the Oklahoma state line and into Kansas.

In addition, the Woodward tornado may have begun closer to Pampa, TX, but there is no corroborating evidence to confirm a damage path in the area. What is known is that the violent tornado that struck Woodward had a confirmed path that started 3 miles northwest of Canadian, TX. The tornado moved northeast, and continued on the ground continuously for about 98 miles, before ending in Woods County, Oklahoma about 10 miles west of Alva. The tornado was massive, up to 1. It first struck Glazier and Higgins in the Texas Panhandle, devastating both towns and producing at least 69 fatalities in Texas before crossing into Oklahoma.

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In Ellis County, Oklahoma, the tornado did not strike any towns, passing to the southeast of Shattuck, Gage, and Fargo. Even though no towns were struck, nearly 60 farms and ranches were destroyed Adult singles dating in Tornado 8 people were killed with 42 more injured. Moving into Woodward County, one death was reported near Tangier. The violent tornado F5 on the Fujita Scale unleashed its worst destruction on Woodward, striking the city without warning at pm CST. Over city blocks on the west and north sides of the city were destroyed with lesser damage in the southeast portion of the town.

Confusion and fires reigned in the aftermath with over homes and businesses destroyed, at least people killed in and around Woodward, and nearly additional injuries. Normal communications between Woodward and the outside world were not restored for some time and there was great uncertainty as to victim status. In fact, the bodies of three children were never identified, and one child who survived the tornado was lost and never reunited with her family. Help for Woodward came from many places, including units from as far away as Oklahoma City and Wichita.

Beyond Woodward, the tornado lost some intensity, but still destroyed 36 homes and injured 30 people in Woods County before it dissipated. The supercell thunderstorm would produce at least another 4 tornadoes near the Oklahoma State line and in southern Kansas.

In all, at least lives were lost in Oklahoma on that fateful night with another 68 deaths occurring in Texas. Never before or since has a tornado been so costly to human life in the Sooner State. Another people were in Oklahoma with injuries occurring in Texas.

The tornado destroyed structures and damaged more in Oklahoma. A total of structures were destroyed and another were damaged in Texas.

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Because of the Woodward tornado and other devastating tornadoes in the late 's and early 's, and because of new technologies available after World War II, the Weather Bureau now the National Weather Service began a tornado watch and warning program in Since then, the warning system composed of the National Weather Service, local civil preparedness agencies, and the media has Adult singles dating in Tornado to mature and provide better and better information to citizens to help them protect themselves from tornadoes.

Because of the strengths of the warning system, tornado death tolls in Oklahoma, and nationwide, have dropped considerably with each passing decade and, hopefully, will continue to decrease. Homes were swept away about 14 miles southeast of Altus. From its inception, this tornado moved east-northeast crossing the North Fork of the Red River near the mouth of Otter Creek. The tornado followed very close to Otter Creek curving to the northeast through what is now northern Tillman County but was still part of Kiowa County at the time.

Three people were killed about 6 miles southwest of Snyder. As the tornado continued northeast it struck the city of Snyder at around pm CST. The tornado struck the Snyder beginning in the southwest corner of town and destroyed or damaged homes and other buildings west of Main Street and and from 6th Street northward through the city.

No buildings north of the railroad were left standing. After moving through Snyder, the tornado continued northeasterward, destroying a couple of small residences within two miles of the town site, then lifted about three miles northeast of Snyder.

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Note: This tornado was originally thought to have originated near Olustee in Jackson County, but a detailed review and analysis of the data by the NWS Norman staff showed that another tornado probably formed near El Dorado, then crossed over the Red River into northern Wilbarger County in Texas before recrossing the Red River.

This tornado then moved northeast hitting the town of Lock before dissipating south-southeast of Altus. A new tornado, the tornado that hit Snyder, then formed in southeastern Jackson County southeast of the first tornado and then crossed into Kiowa County. This tornado moved along Otter Creek before hitting the town of Snyder. A map of the reanalysis is available here.

This violent tornado began 2 miles southwest of Peggs, moved northeast, and cut a 3-mile-long, half-mile-wide swath of devastation that included the entire town of people. The town was almost completely destroyed with only 7 buildings remaining partially intact. Only a small, wood house, used as the city jail and located next to a smashed concrete store, was still standing. A cement block schoolhouse that Adult singles dating in Tornado located west of Peggs had only partly standing walls after the tornado hit it. The tornado traveled at least as far as the Illinois River to the east of Peggs where a house was demolished.

Wheat fields were scoured and trees were carried away by the storm, and scores of livestock were killed or injured. Eleven members of one family were killed by the tornado, and in one smashed house a total of 20 mud-covered bodies were recovered. A total of 71 persons were killed and another were injured by the storm. This violent tornado was part of an outbreak of devastating severe weather and flooding that occurred in Oklahoma on April, and was one of the 5 violent twisters that hit the state on April 12th.

The tornado moved to the northeast and struck Antlers, passing from the southwest corner of the town through the northeast portion. It produced a damage swath a half mile wide through both business and residential areas, and devastated about a third of the town. Some areas were swept completely clean of all debris.

The tornado killed 69 persons and injured more people. A total of homes and buildings were destroyed, and more homes and buildings were damaged. Approximately people were made homeless by the tornado. This tornado might have garnered more state and national media attention had it not occurred on the same day as the death of President Franklin D.

This tornado touched down 5 miles south of Claremore at about pm CST, and moved storm east-northeast through rural parts of Rogers and Mayes Counties before taking aim on the wartime boom town of Pryor Pryor Lake. At pm CST, the tornado entered Pryor and traveled directly through the main portion of the town, including the principal business section. Its violent winds demolished dozens of frame buildings and several brick buildings, including the First Baptist Church. After leaving Pryor, the tornado caused damage to the northeast of the town, completely wrecking everything in its path before it lifted about 3 miles northeast of Pryor.

The damage swath was a quarter of a mile in width, and about a third of Pryor was destroyed by the tornado. Torrential rains accompanied the tornado and water knee deep surged down the main street. Communication and power lines were wiped Adult singles dating in Tornado completely for a distance of 16 miles around Pryor and floodwaters interfered greatly with relief and rescue work and resulted in the closing of some of the highways leading into the city.

Several airplane lo of doctors and nurses were rushed from Tulsa and Muskogee to care for the injured. The Oklahoma state highway patrol officials took an active part in the rescue work, and funds for which were made immediately available by the Governor and Federal officials. Hundreds of cars and trucks as well as several pushers and cranes were rushed to the scene by the U.

These parties then assisted in search and rescue activities and debris removal.

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A total of 49 people were killed in Pryor, with another 3 persons killed to the west-southwest of the town. A total of people were injured with of those being hospitalized. This violent, long-lived tornado was the most infamous of nearly 60 tornadoes that struck central Oklahoma during an unprecedented outbreak on this Monday afternoon and evening of May 3, The tornado was the 9th of 14 tornadoes produced by a supercell thunderstorm during the tornado outbreak.

It moved across Bridge Creek and rural parts of northwest Newcastle, causing continuous F4 and sporadic F5 damage. The tornado was estimated to be a mile in diameter in this area. Still moving northeast and still producing F4 and occasional F5 damage, it crossed I at the Shields Blvd. This turn took the tornado more to the north-northeast as it crossed I between Bryant Ave. Continuing to turn slowly, it moved almost due north but maintained F4 intensity as it crossed I just east of Sooner Rd. Totals from this tornado include 36 direct fatalities 12 in Bridge Creek, 1 in Newcastle, 9 in southern and southeastern Oklahoma City, 5 in Moore, 6 in Del City, and 3 in Midwest City5 indirect Adult singles dating in Tornado during or shortly after the tornado, direct injuries, numerous indirect injuries too many to counthomes destroyed, and homes damaged.

This was the most deadly tornado to strike the Oklahoma City area until the May 3, F5 tornado. The funnel cut a twisting, erratic path through the southwest part of Oklahoma City. Movement was generally to the northeast, but it often "cut to the east or west". Thirty-five people were killed and person injured, with 29 people being hospitalized, and a total of families were affected by the tornado. A total of 73 homes were destroyed and another 31 damaged, and many outbuildings were destroyed. Numerous automobiles and other vehicles were destroyed or damaged. Most of the damage occurred in the th Street areas between Portland and Goff Avenues.

This massive tornado, reportedly over a mile and a quarter wide at one point, moved northeast along a mile path from northwest of Newcastle through rural areas between Norman and Moore through what is now extreme northern Norman and extreme southern Mooreand swept away at least 30 homes. Adult singles dating in Tornado people were killed with 11 people dying in one home, 6 in a second home and 4 in a third home. This was the second tornado to affect areas near Norman this day with the first one passing just south and east of Norman. The local Norman paper reported that the first tornado "scared the people of Norman as they never have been scared before.

EF-4 damage was observed soon after the tornado crossed State Highway The tornado continued to expand in size as it approached the Canadian River and moved into Cleveland County. The tornado then turned more east and then east-northeast after crossing U. Interstate Highway EF-4 damage was again observed as it began to move into progressively higher density residential areas approaching May Avenue.

After crossing Western Avenue, numerous buildings were destroyed and horses killed at Orr Family Farm. Two storage tanks estimated to weigh approximately 10 tons were lifted from Orr Family Farm and landed about one-half mile east.

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