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June 22nd, 2017 Tornado Outbreak
Date of tornado outbreak: June 22nd, 2017
Duration1: 4 hours, 49 minutes
Maximum rated tornado2: EF4 tornado
Tornadoes caused: 33
Damages: $917 million (2015 USD)
Fatalities: 32
Areas affected: Great Plains

1Time from first tornado to last tornado
2Most severe tornado damage; see wikipedia:Enhanced Fujita Scale


During the late morning of June 22, 2017, severe storms started forming across eastern Colorado, northeast New Mexico, southeast Wyoming and southwest Nebraska . A storm in western Kansas produced the first tornado at 12:43 PM CDT. The storms continued producing tornadoes for the next eight hours before consolidating into a squall line that brought widespread damaging wind gusts and a few weak tornadoes to areas farther east overnight.

Tornadoes ConfirmedEdit

Tornadoes, Deaths and Injuries by State
State Total  EF0   EF1   EF2   EF3   EF4   EF5  Deaths Injuries
Kansas 26 7 7 6 4 2 0 32 380
New Mexico 5 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 10
Colornado 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 3
Total 33 9 9' '8 4 2 bgcolor="#ff6060" align="center" 32 |393'


TornadoesEdit

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List of confirmed tornadoes - Thursday, June 22nd, 2017
EF#
Location
County
Time (UTC)
Path length
Maximum Path Width
Summary
Kansas
EF1 N of Syracuse to NNE of Kendall Hamilton, Kearny 1743 - 1802 14.29 miles 880 yards The first tornado of the day touched down near Syracuse and damaged several farm buildings. Many trees were snapped.
EF3 NNW of Lakin to E of Holcomb Kearny, Finney 1813 - 1839 19.3 miles 1,760 yards 1 death - A wedge tornado hit the northern part of Holcomb. Several homes and businesses sustained severe damage and one house was nearly leveled. The fatality occurred in this house. Thirteen people were injured, Two critically.
EF0 E of Leoti Wichita 1816 - 1821 3.05 miles 25 yards Tree limbs were downed.
EF2 Satanta Haskell 1836 - 1842 4.13 miles 450 yards 11 homes sustained major damage in Satanta and a barn was destroyed near the end of the path.
EF1 NW of Garden City Finney 1843 - 1844 0.59 miles 100 yards A brief tornado touched down just outside of Garden City and uprooted some trees in a park.
EF2 Northern Garden City Finney 1846 0.36 miles 350 yards A small cone tornado briefly touched down in Garden City and damaged a neighborhood. One person was injured.
EF0 S of Herndon Rawlins 1905 0.13 miles 20 yards A brief tornado touched down in a field and did no damage.
EF1 W of Gove to SE of Collyer Gove, Trego 1914 - 1954 28.32 miles 660 yards A tornado passed through Gove early in its track and damaged many houses. Several dozen trees were snapped. It then passed through mostly rural areas and mostly damaged trees and crops. Some farm buildings had minor damage. As it passed Collyer, the tornado turned toward the northeast and uprooted several trees. The tornado then turned back to the southeast. It dissipated near the intersection of K Road and 170 Avenue.
EF0 NW of Cimarron Finney 1921 - 1930 6.28 miles 200 yards A weak tornado touched down in a rural area and caused some minor crop damage.
EF4 NNW of Cimarron to Jetmore to Larned to S of Ellinwood Finney, Hodgeman, Pawnee, Stafford 1928 - 2200 100.5 miles 1,400 yards 9 deaths - A long-tracked multiple-vortex tornado leveled at least 21 homes in Jetmore and Larned, and some were partially swept away. Many farmhouses were also destroyed. In Larned, numerous trees were mostly debarked and a small shopping mall was severely damaged. Ninety-six people were injured and many had to be hospitalized.
EF1 E of Plains to W of Meade Meade 1932 - 1946 9 miles 1,200 yards A weak tornado damaged crops in a rural area and blew over a street sign.
EF0 S of Montezuma Gray 1938 0.2 miles 20 yards A brief tornado touched down in an open field and did no damage.
EF2 W of Meade to SSE of Fowler Meade 1940 - 2004 16.92 miles 880 yards In Meade, more than two dozen houses were damaged, and several buildings lost their roofs and some of their outer walls. An irrigation pivot was also overturned. One person was injured.
EF0 SSW of Fowler Meade 1958 - 2018 4.48 miles 440 yards A slow-moving stovepipe tornado remained over over open fields for most of its path. A trailer was blown over on Highway 160.
EF3 N of Mineola to E of Pratt Ford, Kiowa, Pratt 2014 - 2218 81.5 miles 1,000 yards 8 deaths - A long-tracked tornado passed through the cities of Mullinville, Greensburg, Haviland, Cullison and Pratt. The worst damage occured in Greenburg, where at least a third of the city was damaged. Many houses were severely damaged and a few were mostly leveled. 137 people were injured.
EF1 NW of Jetmore to NE of Hanston Hodgeman 2017 - 2044 30.79 miles 200 yards 1st Satellite to the Jetmore-Larned EF4 tornado. This tornado was an anticyclonic tornado and it executed several loops along its path. Only minor damage occurred.
EF2 Manhattan Riley, Pottawatomie 2022 - 2035 6 miles 1,540 yards A wedge tornado touched down in Manhattan and damaged many buildings. Several dozen trees were snapped and uprooted as well. Six people were injured.
EF2 SW of McCracken Ness, Rush 2046 - 2047 1.8 miles 100 yards A brief and narrow tornado overturned an irrigation pivot and damaged several street signs. Crops were also damaged.
EF2 S of Rozel Pawnee 2102 - 2112 6 miles 440 yards 1 death - 2nd Satellite to the Jetmore-Larned EF4 tornado. This was a multiple-vortex tornado. A few farm buildings were damaged, barns were destroyed and crops were damaged. A car driving on U.S. Highway 183 was thrown into a field about 60 yards away by one of the suction vortexes and the driver was killed. Two people were injured.
EF1 WSW of Coldwater Comanche 2116 - 2119 2.37 miles 300 yards A few trees were snapped near a park.
EF1 SW of Stockton to N of Osborne Rooks, Osborne 2121 - 2209 32.73 miles 1,800 yards A wedge tornado tracked through mostly rural areas and impacted few buildings. In Stockton and Alta, a few buildings sustained minor damage.
EF3 N of Catharine to N of Bunker Hill Ellis, Russell 2130 - 2210 27.35 miles 440 yards 2 deaths - A significant tornado remained over mostly open fields along its path. However, two homes were destroyed near the beginning of the path and a grocery store was badly damaged. 7 people were injured.
EF0 NNE of Russell Russell 2202 - 2205 0.8 miles 50 yards Satellite tornado to the previous event. A storm spotter reported a brief tornado that touched down in front of the main tornado and lasted about three minutes. No damage was found.
EF4 SW of Raymond to NE of Moundridge Stafford, Rice, McPherson 2204 - 2332 58.72 miles 625 yards 6 deaths - A long-tracked tornado passed through the northern part of Sterling and damaged several neighborhoods. The worst damage was confined to a swath about 30 yards wide, and within this area, many homes were swept away. However, most of these homes were not properly anchored. After exiting the city, the tornado passed through mostly rural areas and destroyed about a dozen farmhouses. 57 people were injured.
EF3 SSE of Alden to NW of Moundridge Rice, McPherson 2220 - 2319 40 miles 550 yards 5 deaths - This tornado occurred simultaneously with the previous tornado and passed through areas farther south, including southern Sterling and the northern part of Inman. Many houses sustained severe damage, and a high school and a middle school lost their roofs and walls. Some interior rooms also collapsed. Some debarking of trees occurred, and several farms were destroyed in rural areas. 67 people were injured.
EF0 WSW of Mankato Jewell 2228 - 2232 3.25 miles 20 yards Tornado touched down over open fields and no damage was reported.
New Mexico
EF1 S of Melrose Curry 1752 - 1815 9.41 miles 325 yards A slow-moving cone tornado touched down in an open desert area. A street sign was blown down and removed and a barn was damaged. Two power poles were also damaged.
EF0 W of Clovis Curry 1815 - 1823 5.5 miles 100 yards This tornado formed east of the previous tornado and caused minor damage in the Cannon AFB.
EF2 Southern Clovis to N of Muleshoe (TX) Curry (NM) , Parmer (TX) 1826 - 1914 31.53 miles 550 yards One of two tornadoes that struck Clovis. In Clovis, many buildings lost roofs, and the roof and part of the top floor was removed from and apartment building. A few trees were snapped or uprooted and cars were thrown as well. As the tornado exited Clovis, a farmhouse sustained major damage. Minor damage occurred in the towns of Texico and Farwell on the border between New Mexico and Texas. The tornado tracked through mostly open country after entering Texas and only damaged crops. Three people were injured.
EF0 Clovis Curry 1830 - 1832 1.68 miles 50 yards The second of two tornadoes that struck Clovis. Many buildings had shingle damage.
EF3 S of San Jon to E of Logan Quay 1847 - 1917 32.22 miles 125 yards A fast-moving and narrow tornado moved toward the north for most of its path. It passed through San Jon and Logan but did only minor damage to most buildings. A mobile home near Logan was thrown and destroyed and a house nearby was also destroyed, which was given a high-end EF3 rating. Several large trees were partially debarked and a few transmission poles were toppled and twisted as well. This was one of the strongest tornadoes ever recorded in New Mexico. Seven people were injured, three of which had critical injuries
Colorado
EF1 Wiggins Morgan 1811 - 1821 3.67 miles 100 yards The first of seven tornadoes spawned by one supercell. This was an anti-cyclonic rope tornado that moved slowly through Southern Wiggins and into open country to the southwest. A few houses in Wiggins had their roofs damaged and a few small trees were snapped and uprooted. Two people were injured.
EF2 S of Wiggins Morgan 1820 - 1832 4.38 miles 35 yards The second of seven tornadoes spawned by one supercell. This was a narrow rope tornado that moved slowly southwest through open areas. A few trees next to a road were snapped and slightly debarked and a street sign was blown over.
EF0 SSW of Wiggins (1st tornado) Morgan, Weld 1831 - 1845 4.2 miles 220 yards The third of seven tornadoes spawned by one supercell. This was an anti-cyclonic tornado. It was observed by several storm spotters but did no damage.
EF0 SSW of Wiggins (2nd tornado) Morgan, Weld 1842 - 1847 2.12 miles 175 yards The fourth of seven tornadoes spawned by one supercell. This tornado touched down to the south of the previous one and damaged a fence.
EF2 WSW of Julesburg to S of Brule (NE) Sedgwick (CO) , Perkins (NE) , Keith (NE) 1842 - 1917 24 miles 500 yards Several homes had roof damage and a barn was destroyed. A railroad car was blown over and crops were damaged. One person was injured.
EF2 SSW of Wiggins (3rd tornado) Weld 1844 - 1848 1.5 miles 440 yards The fifth of seven tornadoes spawned by one supercell. A few power poles were snapped and a small shed was destroyed.
EF1 SE of Roggen Weld, Adams 1851 - 1905 5 miles 100 yards The sixth of seven tornadoes spawned by one supercell. Street signs, fences and small trees were damaged.
EF0 SE of Keenesburg Adams 1909 1 mile 50 yards The last of seven tornadoes spawned by one supercell. A brief touchdown occurred in open country.

Notable TornadoesEdit

Jetmore - Larned tornado familyEdit

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