over 630,000 dollars, which in 1911, was a whole lot of money
The tornado of the elevens was an F2.
The tornado of the elevens was categorized as an F4. It was called the tornado of the elevens because it occurred on November, 11, 1911. It was in Owosso, Michigan.
The tornado of the elevens was a tornado that struck the town of Owosso, Michigan. The tornado first touched down at 11:11 pm on November 11, 1911 (11/11/11). The tornado killed 2 people and injured 9, for a total of 11.
The cost of damage from the Manchester, South Dakota tornado of 2003 was $3 million.
Damage from the Hallam, Nebraska tornado cost approximately $160 million.
The highest cost of damage from a single tornado in the U.S. was $2.8 billion in the Joplin, Missouri tornado of May 22, 2011.
The cost of damage from the Joplin tornado of 2011 was $2.8 billion, making it the costliest tornado in U.S. history.
The cost of damage from the Waco tornado was $41 million.
The Joplin tornado caused about $2.8 billion worth of damage to the city of Joplin.
People can reduce tornado damage by building structures for strength rather than for low cost
It depends on the tornado and where it hits, though typically damage will not exceed more than a few thousand dollars worth. Sometimes a tornado will stay an an open field and cause no damage at all.
The cost of damage from the Joplin tornado amounted to $2.8 billion.
The damage from the Waco, Texas tornado of 1953 was about $41 million which is equivalent to $341 million in 2011 amounts.
In terms of the cost of damage, the most destructive tornado on record struck Joplin, Missouri on May 22, 2011. The cost of damage totaled $2.8 billion.
The cost of damage from the Waco tornado was $41 million in 1953 values, equivalent to $361 million today.
Tornadoes don't have names. Instead they are usually referred to by where they occur. The most significant tornadoes in recent U.S. history are the Tuscaloosa-Birmingham, Alabama tornado of 2011, the Hackleburg, Alabama tornado of 2011, and the Joplin, Missouri tornado of 2011. Two tornado that are exceptions to this rule of thumb are the Tri-State tornado and the tornado of the elevens. The Tri-State tornado is so called for having carved a 219 mile long damage path across parts of Missouri, Illinois, and Indiana. The tornado of the elevens touched down at 11:11 pm on November 11, 1911, killing 2 and injuring 9 for a total of 11.
The costliest tornado on record was the Joplin, Missouri tornado of May 22, 2011 with a cost of damage at $2.8 billion.
The cost of damage of the Tri-State tornado amounts to $16.5 million in 1925 values, equivalent to about $390 million today.
It depends on the individual event. In some cases both a tornado and a hurricane can cause minal damage, and the worst tornadoes have cost more than many hurricanes. That said, overall, hurricanes egenerally cost more as they impact a larger area. The highest cost of damage for a hurricane (inflation ajusted to 2013 dollars) was $128 billion from Hurricane Katrina while the highest cost of damage froma tornado was $2.9 billion from the Joplin, Missouri tornado.
Texas ranks number one in total number of tornadoes, tornado fatalities, tornado injuries, and damage in terms of monetary cost.
The three most destructive tornadoes on record are:The Joplin, Missouri tornado of May 22, 2011 with a damage cost of $2.8 billion.The Tuscaloosa-Birmingham, Alabama tornado of April 27, 2011 with a damage cost of $2.2 billion.The Moore, Oklahoma tornado of May 20, 2013 with damage estimated at $2 billion.
In terms of the cost of damage, the most destructive tornado was the one which hit Joplin, Missouri on May 22, 2011. The EF5 tornado caused $2.8 billion in property damage and killed 158 people.
Damage from the Tri-State tornado is estimated to be $16.5 million in 1925 amounts.
Do you mean cost in damages? Or perhaps cost to purchase a tornado...? If you are looking for the average damage estimates of tornadoes I believe the current average is ~$23,221,264/year for Oklahoma property and real estate.
The EF3 tornado that hit Allen County, Kentucky cost $1.48 million from damage to property and crops. In addition, the tornado killed 4 people and injured 11.