Severe storms moving through the south-central U.S. on Friday, November 4, 2022, produced strong winds and heavy rain, hail and tornadoes in Texas, Arkansas and Oklahoma, leaving damage and injuring people. The threat of tornadoes, some intense, continued across the ArkLaTex region overnight on November 5 as the cold front passes through the southern Plains.
A severe weather outbreak hit the U.S. Gulf Coast on October 29, 2022, spawning at least 5 tornadoes in Mississippi and Alabama.
A confirmed EF-2 tornado touched down in Goshen, Ohio on July 6, 2022, causing extensive damage to hundreds of homes and injuring 2 people.
A stunning supercell tracked between Dorrance and Glendale, Kansas, U.S. on June 23, 2022, producing multiple tornadoes.
A very marginal severe weather day took a shocking turn of events with a localized outbreak of large tornadoes west of Lubbock, Texas on the evening of May 23, 2022.
A rare EF-3 tornado hit the city of Gaylord, Michigan on May 20, 2022, leaving extensive damage. One person was killed and at least 43 others were injured. Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer declared a state of emergency for the area. This is the first EF-3+ tornado to hit Michigan since March 2012.
Major damage was reported in parts of Texas and Oklahoma after a series of tornadoes ripped through the region. On Thursday, May 5, severe thunderstorms are expected from eastern Texas into the mid-Mississippi Valley. Storms will shift over the lower Mississippi into the Tennessee Valleys on Friday, then Saturday into Monday from the central Plains into the Midwest.
Probably the best footage of a tornado ever. This strong tornado hit Andover, Kansas on April 29, 2022, causing extensive damage along a narrow path through the east side of the city.
A major tornado developed over eastern Wichita, Kansas on April 29, 2022, and entered the city of Andover just after 20:00 LT, damaging or destroying up to 100 homes. At least 8 people have been injured, one seriously.
At least 23 people were injured after a large tornado swept through the village of Salado, Texas on Tuesday, April 12, 2022, destroying or damaging 15 – 20 homes. Salado is located in Bell County, between Waco and Austin.