Is there ever a tornado in Montana?
Yes. Montana is not in Tornado Alley, but it usually gets a few tornadoes each year.
Yes. Montana averages about 10 tornadoes per year.
Yes. Billings, Montana was stuck by an EF2 tornado on June 20, 2010.
Yes. Tornadoes do occur on Montana.
yes, to be exact there was a tornado on June 21st 2010 in billings Montana which was on the 2010 fathers day! during that tornado nobody was injured but the metra, a casino, and the local coin op was damaged how ever there was one building that was totally destroyed! thank god that no one was hurt it was an EF2 tornado but the highest is a EF5 which is to the extreme! to this… Read More
As of November 1, 2013 the last tornado in Montana was an EF2 that caused damage on a reservation on July 15 of the same year.
no. it is WAY too far away to be in tornado alley. nice try though!
No. No tornado stronger than F5 has ever been recorded.
The Father's Day tornado of 2010 hit Billings, Montana on June 10, but it wan't the only tornado to have ocurred on Father's Day.
The worst tornado ever recorded was the Daulatpur-Salturia tornado of April 26, 1989. This little-known tornado was actually deadlier than the Tri-State tornado, claiming over 1,300 lives.
The largest tornado in Oklahoma (and in fact the largest tornado ever recorded), was the El Reno, Oklahoma tornado of May 31, 2013. It was 2.6 miles wide.
The highest tornado activity in Montana is in June, though July comes pretty close.
The largest tornado on record was the Hallam, Nebraska tornado. Below is some video of the tornado.
The Hallam, Nebraska tornado of May 22, 2004 was the widest tornado ever recorded. It was 2.5 miles wide.
The deadliest tornado ever recorded was in Sandwip island of the coast of Bangladesh in1989.
No the fastest a tornado is known to have traveled is 73 mph. The fastest winds ever recorded in a tornado were just over 300mph, which is about as strong as they get.
The widest tornado ever recorded was actually in Nebraska in 2004. This tornado struck the town of Hallam and was 2.5 miles wide.
No. The widest tornado ever recorded was half that: 2.5 miles wide.
The largest tornado ever recorded was the El Reno, Oklahoma tornado of May 31, 2013. This tornado was 2.6 miles wide. Doppler radar measured a wind gust in the tornado at 296 mph, the second highest wind speed ever recorded in a tornado.
As of June 5 2012 the most recent know tornado was a large damaging tornado in north-central Montana. so far only preliminary reports are available and no details are known of the strength of the tornado or the extent of the damage.
The widest tornado ever record, the Hallam, Nebraska tornado, killed 1 person. The strongest tornado ever recorded (fastest winds measured), The Moore F5 of May 3, 1999, killed 36 people. The worst (deadliest) tornado ever recorded, the Daulatpur-Salturia in Bangladesh killed over 1,300 people.
Florida is not in tornado Alley, but it does get a lot of tornadoes, but they are generally not as strong as the ones in Tornado Alley.
The Highest wind speed ever recorded in a tornado was 302 mph (some sources say 318 mph) in the F5 tornado that struck Moore and Bridgecreek Oklahoma on May 3, 1999. This tornado is sometimes referred to as the Oklahoma City tornado
up, up and away! they get tossed to where ever the tornado tosses them
Last Tornado 4th August 2012, late in the afternoon
The largest tornado ever recorded was 2.6 miles wide.
The highest wind speed ever recorded in a tornado was a gust to 302 mph recorded in the F5 tornado that ht the Oklahoma City area on May 3, 1999.
Oklahoma would be the one most likely to have a tornado. However, all of these states have had tornadoes, and North Dakota is fairly tornado prone.
The largest tornado ever in history was found in Tornado Alley, (obviously named after the amount of tornadoes which started.)
Yes. Newport, Arkansas was hit by an F0 tornado in 1992 and an F1 tornado in 1999.
Lewis and Clark County, in Montana, has had more than one tornado. I don't think there was one witnessed by the people on the Lewis and Clark expedition.
The worst tornado was the Daulatpur-Salturia tornado in Bangladesh, it killed more than 1300 people but its intensity is unknown.
No, the fastest winds in a tornado every recorded was 301mph. that was the Oklahoma tornado of 1999
The actual maximum wind speed for a tornado is not known. The strongest wind ever recorded in a tornado was 302 mph.
The narrowest damage path on record for a tornado was 3 feet wide.
No. A tornado is a violently rotating column of air. There is no air in space.
There might be a tornado. Natural disasters happen everywhere.
No. Florida has never recorded an F5 or EF5 tornado.
If there ever was one on the lake it would be a water spout not a tornado. Tornadoes are on land not water. A water spout is on the water.
The Average tornado is 50 yards wide, though they tend to be bigger in Tornado Alley. The largest tornado ever recorded in Tornado Alley, or anywhere else for that matter, was the Hallam, Nebraska tornado which was 2.5 miles wide.
i am soooo not going to be in Hannah Montana EVER in my LIFE! but i did have a dream about that though, but that is a different story.
The strongest tornado to hit Arkansas was the Sneed, Arkansas tornado of April 10, 1929. It is the only F5 tornado known to have hit the state.
The widest tornado on record was the El Reno, Oklahoma tornado of May 31, 2013. It was 2.6 miles wide.
The largest tornado ever recorded was the Hallam Nebraska tornado of May 22, 2004 at 2.5 (4 kilometers) wide.
It appears to be a tie between the Waco tornado of 1953 and and Goliad tornado of 1902, both of which killed 114 people.
The second largest tornado on record was the Hallam, Nebraska tornado of May 22, 2004. It was 2.5 miles wide.
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No. The largest tornado ever recorded hit Hallam, Nebraska in the United States.
The Tri-State tornado of March 18, 1925.
the tornado was recorded in kilbeggan Ireland in Europe on April 30th 1054