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Classic Tornado

This deadly outbreak of 23 tornadoes happened on Christmas Day, 2018. The maximum rated tornado was a

2018 Florida Tornado Outbreak
Tuscaloosa Tornado 2.jpg
The EF7 tornado
Date of tornado outbreak: Dec 25
Duration1: 2 Hours, 43 Minutes
Maximum rated tornado2: EF7 tornado
Tornadoes caused: 23
Damages: $300billion (2018 USD)
Fatalities: 200,000
Areas affected: Florida

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

EF7 tornado that tore through Orlando, FL at 2:38P.M. It touched down near Lake City FL as an EF3. It struck Gainsville, Eustis, and Apopka FL as an 300MPH EF5. The 3 mile wide twister struck Orlando at 2:59 as an EF7 with winds up to 450MPH. Entire skyscrapers are leveled and massive buildings wiped off the face of the earth. It finally dissipates near Miami at at 3:12. In all, 200,000 people had been killed and over 500,000 injured. It caused a staggering 300billion dollars in damage. It leaves Florida, the sunny state, in ruins. Other tornadoes happened too. 3 of which where triplet EF5s that struck Tampa Bay. In total, 200,000 people where killed and over a million injured. The outbreak caused 300billion dollars in damaged and was one of the worst tornado outbreaks in history. It left many people across the U.S.A. in shock. People struggle to rebuild what was bustling cities.

Seymour, TX Tornado (1979)
F3 tornado damage example

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