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Event

October 21st, 2012 Night of the Twisters
Date of tornado outbreak: October 21st, 2012
Duration1: 4 hours, 9 minutes- And currently ongoing.
Maximum rated tornado2: F7 tornado
Tornadoes caused: 21
Total Damages: $122.5 billion (2012 USD)
Total Fatalities: 9,442

1Time from first tornado to last tornado
2Most severe tornado damage; see Fujita scale


Imagine if this actually happened.






Tornado count

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F7
21 2 4 4 (1 anti-cyclonic) 4 (1 anti-cyclonic) 2 2 2 1


Tornadoes

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List of confirmed tornadoes - October 21st, 2012
F#
Location
Time (UTC)
Path length
Comments/Damage
New York
F3 Buffalo 1440 20 miles 6 deaths - An anti-cyclonic cone tornado tore through Buffalo.
F1 Brooklyn 1507 6.5 miles 0 deaths - A rain-wrapped tornado trashed Brooklyn.
F3 New York City 1557 26.5 miles 19 deaths - A massive mile wide tornado caused considerable damage to new York city.
F1 New York City 1559 4 miles 2 deaths - A quarter mile wide tornado blew the antenna off the Empire State Building and tossed it onto the Queensboro Bridge, killing two drivers.
F2 New York City 1610 21.5 miles 12 deaths - A half mile wide tornado caused considerable damage to broadway.
F6 New York City 1617 36.5 miles 291 deaths - A massive mile wide tornado caused major damage to new York city, it Minolta-analysis was upgraded to F-6
F3 NE of Coney Island 1622 25 miles 7 deaths - A relatively small tornado caused considerable damage to a small town, a sonic was completely destroyed.
F4 Albany 1641 29.5 miles 18 deaths - A massive mile wide tornado caused considerable damage to Albany.
F2 Buffalo 1700 20.5 miles 4 deaths - A large quarter mile-wide, anti-cyclonic rain-wrapped tornado tore through buffalo.
F1 New York City 1710 6 miles 0 deaths - A tornado touched-down in central park, some damage was reported.
F5 New York City 1725 56 miles 13 deaths - A small yet powerful tornado tore through central-park and destroyed it and other buildings around it.
F1 Camillus 1734 20 miles 3 deaths - A very weak yet long tracked tornado tore through Camillus, with winds topping 100 mph, it was strong enough to cause the second floor of a house to collapse in and cause other damage.
F0 S of Camillus 1740 2.5 miles 0 deaths - A funnel only briefly touched down outside camillus.
F4 WSW of Buffalo 1759 32 miles 12 deaths - A mile wide tornado destroyed several neighborhoods outside buffalo.
F3 NNE of New York City 1803 30 miles 11 deaths - A half mile wide tornado destroyed several neighborhoods outside new York city, and entire house was flattened.
F7 New York City 1820 95 miles 6,500 deaths - A 1 and a half mile wide tornado decimated entire small towns, strip malls, neighborhoods, farms, air ports, hotels, businesses and entire cities- including new York city.
F6 N of Buffalo 1830 65 miles 2,500 deaths - A 2 and a half mile wide tornado decimated entire small towns, strip malls, neighborhoods, farms, air ports, hotels and businesses.
F2 SE of Buffalo 1835 17 miles 8 deaths - A half mile wide tornado tore through a trailer park.
F1 SE of Albany 1836 11 miles 2 deaths - A rather large quarter mile wide F-1 tore through a baseball field .
F5 SE of Camillus 1836 17 miles 16 deaths - A mile wide tornado tore through an apartment complex.
F0 W of Canandaigua 1839 2.5 miles 0 deaths - A tornado only briefly formed outside Canandaigua, this tornado only went over grasslands and didn't hit any structures.

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