Figure 2 – Detailed map complied by T.T. A history of twisters: Tornadoes in Ohio 1984 The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has been tracking tornadoes for decades. Tornadoes in December, 1984. 1984 Carolinas tornado outbreak; A map of confirmed tornadoes from this outbreak. Alabama Tornado Database : 1984 Tornado Occurrences (42): Tornado # of Year : Year : Month : Day : Time (CST) County : Damage Scale : Path Length (Miles) Maximum Path Width (Yards) Day. The path was 5 miles long and 0.3 miles wide. A tornado rated as F0 is the least damaging, while an F5 is the most damaging. variables or color-filled variables. The 1984 Carolinas tornado outbreak of March 28, 1984, was the most destructive tornado outbreak to sweep through the two states since the Enigma tornado outbreak struck 100 years and 1 month earlier, according to NOAA and NCDC public records. The tornadoes in Southern Wisconsin were produced by a cluster of supercell thunderstorms that moved northeast through the area shortly after midnight on June 8, 1984. The most destructive tornado outbreak to sweep through the Carolinas since the 1884 Enigma Outbreak occurred during the afternoon and evening hours of March 28, 1984. The powerful tornado had winds over 300 mph, and it measured an estimated 400 yards across as it plowed through Barneveld and neighboring Black Earth. Fujita |?| - The Fujita Scale is used to assess the intensity and damage caused by a tornado. The first tornado that occurred began just south of Belmont in Lafayette County at about 12:30 AM CDT. State. Seven people were injured and damage exceeded $500,000. Month. The tornado was on the ground for a little over an hour and had a 36 mile path. Fujita of the tornado tracks from the 7 June – 8 June 1984 tornado outbreak over southern Wisconsin. Year. This interactive map, which contains data from January 1950 to August 31, 2020, pinpoints where a cyclone touched down and traces its path of destruction. Barneveld’s tornado came out of nowhere, and residents had little warning. What made Barneveld’s tornado rare is it hit overnight. There were 24 confirmed tornadoes, including 7 F4 tornadoes, 5 F3 tornadoes and 7 F2 tornadoes. Fujita and his colleagues did extensive damage surveying to accurately depict the locations and tracks of the tornadoes. On June 8, 1984, an F5 tornado ripped through the Iowa County village of Barneveld, killing nine people and destroying most of the small community 25 miles west of Madison. The tornado travelled northeast to almost Ahoskie at which point it dissipated. The F5 rated tornado killed nine and injured close to 200, and the damages exceeded $25 million. Isosurface plots can be produced of several On the evening of September 2, 1984 several tornadoes hit southwestern Ontario from Windsor to London.This was the biggest severe weather event of the year for the province. - As of February 1, 2007, the Enhanced Fujita Scale was adopted.