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European tornadoes of 2241
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Season 2241
Time span January 17, 2241 - December 29, 2241
Maximum rated tornado T11
Dates of maximum rating Several dates
Tornadoes Around 743
Total damages Around 1,800,000,000 Euros
Total deaths >1300


Synopsis

Events

See also: List of European tornadoes from January - March 2241

European yearly total

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
T0
Confirmed
T1
Confirmed
T2
Confirmed
T3
Confirmed
T4
Confirmed
T5
Confirmed
T6
Confirmed
T7
Confirmed
T8
Confirmed
T9
Confirmed
T10
Confirmed
T11
743* 44 96 54 17 51 57 30 66 14 34 10 3
Coincidentally, there were 10 T10 tornados.


January

There were 12 reports of tornadoes in Europe during Janaury, of which 6 were confirmed.

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
T0
Confirmed
T1
Confirmed
T2
Confirmed
T3
Confirmed
T4
Confirmed
T5
Confirmed
T6
Confirmed
T7
Confirmed
T8
Confirmed
T9
Confirmed
T10
Confirmed
T11
6 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

January 10

An extremely damaging T8 or EF4 tornado leveled 1,300 homes damaging 5,000 in a path nearly 19 miles long. 21 people were killed, more than 1500 injured.


January 17 - 18

Confirmed
Total
Confirmed
T0
Confirmed
T1
Confirmed
T2
Confirmed
T3
Confirmed
T4
Confirmed
T5
Confirmed
T6
Confirmed
T7
Confirmed
T8
Confirmed
T9
Confirmed
T10
Confirmed
T11
3 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0


3 tornadoes touched down in Poland over an 8 hour period as a result of a powerful winter storm moving in from the Black Sea. As the storm moved ashore, it became highly sheared, enabling a supercell to develop within the systems circulation. The first tornado touched down at 2130 hours in Chojnice, which moved out towards Torun, though thankfully, it weakened and dissipated before reaching the town. It was later rated as a T5 by Torro, the most significant tornado of the outbreak.

January 22

A T5 tornado touched down in Spain, killing 1 and injuring 17 others along a 4 mile path across open country. Millions of Euros in damage was inflicted in the areas impacted by the storm.

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

November 6

This day proved to be an extremely dark day for the three cities of Rome, Venice, and Naples, Italy, as a T11, winds up to 293 miles an hour reduced the cities into rubble. It isn't known how many people were killed, but the death toll used to be believed as 1,500. However, about 25 years later, it is revealed the death toll was 681.

December

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