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The Easter Sunday 2000 Tornado Outbreak. National Weather Service (NWS) in Shreveport, Louisiana. Details of the 28 tornadoes that occurred in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas on April 23, 2000.

This special section of our web site is devoted entirely to the Easter Sunday Tornado Outbreak that occurred on April 23, 2000.

A total of 28 tornadoes (36 tornadic events) touched down within about a 7-hour period. A tornado that crosses a county or parish line is considered two separate tornadic events for record keeping purposes. Areas affected were from McCurtain County in southeast Oklahoma, through southwest Arkansas, northeast Texas, and across northwest Louisiana.

Use the navigation bar at the top of each page to explore the details of this phenomenal weather event. At any location in this site you can click on the red bar at the right to go back to the top of each page.

 

 
 
The Easter Sunday 2000 Tornado Outbreak. National Weather Service (NWS) in Shreveport, Louisiana. Details of the 28 tornadoes that occurred in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas on April 23, 2000.
 
This special section of our web site was generously designed, produced & donated by Dan G. Teague of Digital Magic.
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