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Fast Facts About the
April 14, 2011 Severe Weather Event in Oklahoma

  • At least 5 tornadoes occurred, mainly over the southeast third of Oklahoma. Damage surveys are ongoing for many of these tornadoes.
  • A preliminary rating of EF-3 has been given to the tornado that affected the town of Tushka in Atoka county.
  • A preliminary rating of EF-1 has been given to the tornado that occurred from approximately 3 NNW of Madill to 5 SSW of Milburn.
  • A preliminary rating of EF-0 has been given to the tornado that occurred approximately 2 miles NW of Stroud in Lincoln county.
  • Very large hail was also reported in several locations, with some areas receiving hail up to the size of softballs (4.25").

Information Sources

- Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management Situation Update web page for the April 14, 2011 Severe Weather Event

- Storm Prediction Center Storm Report for April 14, 2011
- NWS Tulsa, Oklahoma web page for the April 14, 2011 Severe Weather Event
- NWS Wichita, Kansas web page for the April 14, 2011 Severe Weather Event
- NWS Little Rock, Arkansas web page for the April 14, 2011 Severe Weather Event

- Atoka County, OK Tornadoes (1875-2010)
- Johnston County, OK Tornadoes (1875-2010)
- Marshall County, OK Tornadoes (1875-2010)


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