April 1994 Tornado Outbreak - Confirmed Tornadoes - April 26 Event

April 26 Event

F# Location County Time (UTC) Path length Damage
Iowa
F1 Ames area Story 1103 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Several buildings were damaged or destroyed. Windows on cars and homes were also broken.
Minnesota
F2 W of Grant Washington 1700 5 miles
(8 km)
17 homes were damaged including 10 severely. One person was injured.
Texas
F0 NE of Olney Archer 1750 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
F2 SW of Windthorst Archer 1805 9.5 miles
(15.2 km)
F0 NW of Bowie Montague 1940 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Brief touchdown without damage
F0 NE of Alvord Wise 1955 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Brief touchdown without damage
F0 E of Montague Montague 2007 2.8 miles
(4.5 km)
Fences and power lines were downed
F1 W of St. Jo Montague 2030 5 miles
(8 km)
Power line were knocked down and 20 head of cattle were killed.
F0 S of St. Jo Montague 2030 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
A mobile home office was blown over
F0 NW of Era Cooke 2037 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Brief touchdown without damage
F2 Gainesville area (1st tornado) Cooke 2045 16 miles
(25.6 km)
One house and 15 mobile homes were destroyed. About 70 homes, 52 mobile homes, 14 businesses, a multi-story apartment complex, two barns and a school were damaged. Cars and truck were flipped over and trees and power lines were down across the city. 8 people were injured.
F0 W of Gainesville Cooke 2050 1 miles
(1.6 km)
F0 Gainesville area (2nd tornado) Cooke 2105 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Minor roof and tree damage
F0 N of Gainesville Cooke 2110 4 miles
(6.4 km)
Damage limited to trees
F0 N of Gordonville Grayson 2130 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Brief touchdown without damage
F0 NE of Grayson Grayson 2140 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Brief touchdown without damage
F0 N of Downing Comanche 2152 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Brief touchdown without damage
F0 W of Comanche Comanche 2211 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
F0 S of Pottsboro Grayson 2215 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Brief touchdown without damage
F0 SE of Clairette Erath 2305 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Brief touchdown without damage
F2 W of Walnut Springs Bosque 2320 1 miles
(1.6 km)
One house, two mobile homes and a barn were destroyed while a grain silo was roofed. Telephone poles were also knocked down. One person was injured
F0 W of Lannius Fannin 0000 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Brief touchdown without damage
F2 S of Ragtown Lamar 0000 6 miles
(9.6 km)
An RV was destroyed while 15 homes and 35 barns and outbuildings were damaged.
F0 W of Meridian (1st tornado) Bosque 0006 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Brief touchdown without damage
F0 Bonham area Fannin 0020 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Brief touchdown without damage
F0 SW of Selfs Fannin 0020 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Damage to trees and power lines
F0 NE of Tigertown Lamar 0025 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Brief touchdown without damage
F0 W of Meridian (2nd tornado) Bosque 0130 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Brief touchdown without damage
F0 S of Woodland Red River 0135 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Brief touchdown without damage
F0 N of Alexander Erath 0150 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
One barn was destroyed
F1 N of Morgan Bosque 0243 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
A mobile home was destroyed and two homes were heavily damaged
Wisconsin
F1 W of Ridgeland Dunn, Barron 1803 4 miles
(6.4 km)
F2 NE of Canton Barron 1810 4 miles
(6.4 km)
F2 Prentice area Price 1920 12 miles
(19.2 km)
A cabin trailer and barn were destroyed while a farm home and a construction company shed were damaged. A garage was knocked against a home and a mobile home was rolled.
F1 NE of Conover Vilas 2055 4.5 miles
(7.2 km)
Oklahoma
F0 NE of Woodford Carter 1830 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
F1 E of Daisy Atoka, Pushmataha 2025 9 miles
(14.4 km)
F1 N of Adel Pittsburg 2046 3 miles
(4.8 km)
F1 N of Tuskahoma Pushmataha 2102 12 miles
(19.2 km)
F1 NW of Albion Latimer 2120 6 miles
(9.6 km)
F1 S of Yamaby Bryan 2318 8.5 miles
(13.6 km)
F0 S of Wade Bryan 2335 1.5 miles
(2.4 km)
Mississippi
F0 NE of Horn Lake DeSoto 2303 3 miles
(4.8 km)
Damage to several tree tops
F0 NE of Hernando DeSoto 0005 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Damage limited to trees
F0 Red Banks area Marshall 0025 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Damage limited to a few trees
F0 N of Victoria Marshall 0050 0.2 miles
(0.32 km)
Damage limited to a few trees
Missouri
F1 S of Walnut Grove Greene 2350 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Severe damage to two homes and a mobile home lost its roof. Trees were knocked down.
F0 E of Eudora Polk 2355 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Weak tornado in an open field without damage
F1 Lebanon area Laclede 0022 2.5 miles
(4 km)
An airplane was flipped while signs, flags and power lines were damaged or ripped
F1 SE of Grovespring Wright 0045 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Five buildings including two barns and a mobile home were destroyed.
F0 NE of Holts Summit Callaway 0120 0.6 miles
(1 km)
Damage limited to a few trees
F0 Crystal City Jefferson 0235 0.3 miles
(0.5 km)
Damage to trees and power poles
Illinois
F0 SW of Arcola (1st tornado) Douglas 0230 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Three outbuildings were blown over
F1 SW of Arcola (2nd tornado) Douglas 0231 3 miles
(4.8 km)
Farm equipment and power lines were damaged
F1 S of Brunswick, IN Will, Lake, IN 0240 2 miles
(3.2 km)
An antenna was knocked down. Several farm buildings were damaged
F0 SE of Beecher Will 0240 3 miles
(4.8 km)
A house, grain bins and farm buildings were damaged
F1 Watseka area Iroquois 0245 1 miles
(1.6 km)
A cinder block building was moved from its foundation and damaged. Metal storage buildings were also damaged.
F2 E of Eberle Effingham 0430 6 miles
(9.6 km)
A two-car garage was destroyed and a home was partially placed on its side. A shed, a barn, farm buildings and grain bins were damaged. Two people were injured
F0 NW of Allerton Champaign 0445 0.3 miles
(0.5 km)
An outbuilding was destroyed and another moved from its foundation. A shed was bent and twisted.
F0 Oblong area Crawford 0510 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
A trailer was overturned and trees were uprooted with some falling on homes.
Indiana
F0 N of Medaryville Pulaski 0245 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Damage to two barns and irrigation equipment
F2 SE of Francesville to SW of Maxinkuckee Pulaski, Fulton, Marshall 0245 20 miles
(32 km)
One home and five farm buildings with other farm buildings being damaged. A mobile home was lifted and placed on top of a car.
F4 NW of West Lafayette to SE of Springboro Tippecanoe, Carroll 0458 14 miles
(22.4 km)
3 deaths - 11 homes were destroyed, 17 with major damage and 7 with minor damage. 13 multi-family dwellings were heavily damaged. 64 mobile homes were heavily damaged or destroyed with lighter damage to 21 others at a mobile home park. Another three mobile homes were damaged as well as a venetian blind factory and two gas stations. 70 people were injured.
F1 SW of Whitehall Owen 0510 0.2 miles
(0.32 km)
A mobile home was destroyed and a church was damaged
F0 SE of Economy Wayne 0625 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Brief touchdown without damage

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