1 edition of The 2013 Oklahoma City tornadoes found in the catalog.
Written in English
Describes the EF5 tornadoes of May 20-31, 2013, which struck chiefly Moore, El Reno and other suburbs of Oklahoma City.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 104-109) and index.
|Statement||by Stephanie Watson ; content consultant, Dr. Robert J. Trapp, Purdue University, Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Plantery Sciences|
|Series||Essential events, Essential events|
|LC Classifications||QC955.2 .W37 2014|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||112 pages :|
|Number of Pages||112|
|LC Control Number||2013946961|
usa today The weather service says EF5 twister%27s mile width is the widest ever recorded Eighteen people were killed in the tornado and subsequent flooding in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. 's series of storms followed a quiet , but the year before, two of the worst tornadoes ever recorded hit the communities of Moore and Oklahoma City. The storm killed 25 people, including seven children at Plaza Towers Elementary School and one woman who succumbed to her injuries months later.
Although Oklahoma is a state where tornadoes are a fact of life, few days stand out like May 3, At the time, it was the deadliest twister in 20 years in the U.S. and the costliest (estimated. Buy Oklahoma City Tornadoes by Stephanie Watson at Mighty Ape Australia. Oklahoma City Tornadoes close. Oklahoma City Tornadoes close. Previous. Next. zoom out zoom in. This preview is indicative only. The content shown may differ from the edition of this book sold on Mighty Ape. Children & Young Adult Books.
Oklahoma City OK A pickup truck drives through a flooded Highline Blvd just east of South Meridian Ave where several trees were also down after a tornado on the ground near El Reno Oklahoma just south of Interstate 40 on Friday Several tornadoes in the area caused damage and injuries. CHRIS MACHIAN/THE WORLD-HERALD. "05/31/13 The day the rules have changed" filmed by E. Dargent Theme of this episode: Storm chase storyboard about El Reno and Oklahoma City supercell of the 31th of May
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This title examines an important historic eventthe powerful tornadoes that ripped through Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and surrounding areas on May 20 and Easy-to-read, compelling text explores what happened when the tornadoes struck, how people took shelter, and how victims are rebuilding.
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The Oklahoma City Tornadoes This title examines an important historic event--the powerful tornadoes that ripped through Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and surrounding areas on May 20 and Easy-to-read, compelling text explores what happened when the tornadoes struck, how people took shelter, and how victims are rebuilding.
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-- Oklahoma Tornadoes () -- Oklahoma Tornadoes Oklahoma Tornadoes Oklahoma Tornadoes Oklahoma Tornadoes Oklahoma Tornadoes Oklahoma Tornadoes Oklahoma Tornadoes Oklahoma Tornadoes Onone of the deadliest tornadoes in Oklahoma’s history raked a mile path of destruction through the southern areas of Oklahoma City and decimated the city of Moore, causing $2 billion worth of damage.
On the afternoon of Monday,a large and extremely powerful EF5 tornado ravaged Moore, Oklahoma, and adjacent areas, with peak winds estimated at mph, killing 24 people and injuring others.
The tornado was part of a larger weather system that had produced several other tornadoes across the Great Plains over the previous two days, including five that struck portions of Central Dissipated: p.m. CDT (UTC−), But even with inflation, the tornado followed by the May 3, tornado were the most costly by well over an order of magnitude with respect to the rest the documented OKC tornadoes.) Thirteen violent tornadoes (eleven F4/EF4 and two F5/EF5) have struck the immediate OKC area.
The deadliest tornado of the outbreak hit just west of Oklahoma City, in the town of El Reno. The EF-3 tornado was on the ground for miles and had an estimated path width of miles.
The miles width surpasses the Hallam, Nebraska tornado of May as the widest tornado on record for the United States and subsequently the world.
three tornadoes, the tornado track (multi-colored outline) crossed through the western end of the tornado track (green outline), but the majority of the tornado track and the entire track (red outline) were just north of the track.
Although the Moore tornado was a tragedy, it. In Oklahoma, Rescue Efforts Give Way To Recovery: The Two-Way Officials think they've found all the survivors, and victims, of the massive tornado that devastated the. Bailey, an Oklahoma native living in New York City, has written the definitive account of that tornado.
Her book, “The Mercy of the Sky,” comes out Tuesday. It is a page-turner, a narrative nonfiction account of the events of May 20 from the start of the day through its terrible ending.