Has there ever been a tornado in Dayton Ohio?

Are tornadoes common in Dayton Ohio?

Come spring, Ohio weather can get downright beastly. The 13-county Dayton region experienced 179 tornadoes from 1950 to 2015, according to data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. They ranged from massive to miniscule (as far as tornadoes go).

When was the big tornado in Dayton Ohio?

Tornado outbreak sequence of May 2019

Map of tornado warnings and confirmed tornadoes from the outbreak
Highest winds Tornadic – 170 mph (270 km/h) in Dayton, Ohio on May 27; and 187 mph in Linwood, Kansas on May 28 Non-tornadic – 100 mph (160 km/h) near Altus, Arkansas on May 18
Tornadoes confirmed 392

How many tornadoes hit Dayton Ohio 2019?

A total of 21 tornadoes touched down in Ohio between May 27 to May 28, 2019.

When was the last time Ohio had a tornado?

The last confirmed tornado in Ohio was Sept. 7, a weak EF0 in Delaware County that knocked down trees and damaged roofs. Ohio recorded 58 tornadoes in 2019. The most powerful was the EF4 Memorial Day tornado across Montgomery County that accounted for 166 of the 180 tornado injuries that year.

What level tornado hit Dayton Ohio?

The greatest destruction came from an EF4 tornado tore through the town of Trotwood, Ohio and parts of Dayton. This devastating tornado had winds of 170 mph with a path 0.6 miles wide and stretched 20 miles long.

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How many tornadoes Does Ohio have on average?

Ohio averages about 19 tornadoes per year.

What happened to Jamie Simpson?

A popular on-air personality in Ohio has been sentenced to jail time after he was picked up for a second DUI earlier this year. The Guardian was the first news organization to tell you that Jamie Simpson, then-Chief Meteorologist at ABC 22/FOX 45 in Dayton was pulled over for drinking while driving.