NOTE: This only covers my F5/EF5 tornadoes with pages.
Among the most violent known meteorological events are tornadoes. Each year, more than 2,000 tornadoes occur worldwide, with the vast majority occurring in the United States and Europe. In order to assess the intensity of these events, meteorologist Ted Fujita devised a method to estimate maximum winds within the storm based on damage caused; this became known as the Fujita scale. At the top end of the scale, which ranks from 0 to 5, are F5 tornadoes.
|Holestein/Roseland, Nebraska||May 8, 2017||2017 Holestein/Roseland tornado - A wedge tornado caused major damage in Holestein and Roseland, Nebraska killing no-one.|
|Hattiesburg, Mississippi||June 14, 2017||Tornado outbreak of June 14, 2017 - First EF5 of the Hattiesburg tornado series.
A killer EF5 wedge struck Hattiesburg resulting in 6 deaths. homes were swept away in the area.
|Petal, Mississippi||June 14, 2017||Tornado outbreak of June 14, 2017 - Second EF5 of the Hattiesburg tornado series.
a violent wedge tornado struck Petal, Mississippi resulting in 2 deaths.
|Muncie, Indiana||June 14, 2017||2017 Muncie tornado - Deadliest single tornado in Indiana's history that started and ended in Indiana.
the third violent EF5 tornado of June 14, 2017 killed 32 people and caused more than $20 Billion in damage.
|2017 Winnipeg tornado - Officially rated EF4.
This tornado is the second most intense tornado in Canadian history tracking 97 miles and being on the ground for 114 minutes, this tornado swept some houses completely away, rated EF5 for 3 days but then downgraded...Engineers still say that "EF5 damage and winds did occur, but the stability of the homes before hand is unknown, so it is impossible to make a EF5 rating until then"
|2024 Tuscaloosa tornado - A large tornado moved northeast and swept houses off of there foundations|
this is a wip.