List of May 1995 Tornado Outbreak Sequence Tornadoes - Confirmed Tornadoes - May 18, 1995

May 18, 1995

Confirmed
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Confirmed
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F3
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F5
80 29 30 18 1 2 0
List of confirmed tornadoes - May 18, 1995
F#
Location
County
Time (UTC)
Path length
Damage
Texas
F0 E of Wheelock Brazos 0830 1 miles
(1.6 km)
A barn was destroyed and a 60 feet tower was downed
F0 NE of Huffman Liberty 1300 1 miles
(1.6 km)
F0 W of Dayton Liberty 1308 1 miles
(1.6 km)
F1 NE of Liberty Liberty 1320 6.5 miles
(10.4 km)
12 people were injured
F0 SW of Daisetta Liberty 1340 0.2 miles
(0.32 km)
Kentucky
F2 NW of Bohon Mercer 1035 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Three houses were destroyed, five others damaged while barns were blown down
F2 NW of Bondville Mercer, Woodford 1035 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Homes were demolished
F2 W of Morehead Rowan 1145 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Damage mostly to trees
F1 NE of Ovil Todd 2100 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
A barn and several small buildings were destroyed
F1 S of Cadiz Trigg 2112 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Damage limited to trees
F2 W of Hopkinsville Trigg, Christian 2115 10 miles
(16 km)
Several homes mobile homes were damaged or destroyed.
F2 NE of Hardinsburg Breckinridge 2140 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Some homes were damaged as did the roof of a McDonald's and a Kroger's
F0 E of Edmonton Metcalfe 2204 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Weak tornado with no damage
F2 NE of Edmonton Metcalfe 2210 3 miles
(4.8 km)
A mobile home and three barns were destroyed while several homes and a factory were damaged
F2 Radcliff area Hardin 2215 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Damage to several buildings
F2 NW of Bowling Green Warren 2225 2.5 miles
(4 km)
Several homes and businesses were damaged or destroyed
F2 Bowling Green area Warren 2230 1.5 miles
(2.4 km)
Numerous homes and businesses were damaged or destroyed
F1 Shepherdsville Bullitt 2230 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Damage to barns, buildings and mobile homes
F2 N of Polkville Warren 2247 5 miles
(8 km)
Several homes and businesses were damaged or destroyed
F1 W of Barnesburg Pulaski 2300 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
A mobile home was damaged
F2 E of East Bernstadt Laurel 2310 3 miles
(4.8 km)
One furniture business was destroyed and several buildings damaged
F0 NE of Manchester Clay 2310 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
F0 S of Wilstacy Breathitt 2325 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
F2 E of Atro to NE of Lebum Perry, Knott 2330 24 miles
(38.4 km)
Missouri
F1 SE of Hanna Pulaski 1525 1 miles
(1.6 km)
A building at a gravel company was damaged as did two barns. A trailer was also overturned
F2 Festus area Jefferson, Ste. Genevieve 1705 7.2 miles
(11.5 km)
Large trees were blown down
F1 SW of Cape Girardeau Cape Girardeau 1829 8 miles
(14.4 km)
Outbuildings and barns were destroyed
Tennessee
F1 NE of White Bluff Dickson 1658 1 miles
(1.6 km)
One home was destroyed because of two fallen trees and nine others were damaged
F2 Goodlettsville to Gallatin Davidson, Sumner 1730 15 miles
(24 km)
35 apartments were destroyed as well as three mobile homes. Several businesses were damaged. The Gallatin Civic Center suffered extensive damage to its swimming pool and a school in Westmoreland had significant roof damage. 500 cars were damaged at an auto dealership.
F1 NW of Green Grove Macon 1815 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Two barn were blown down and several homes were damaged. 80 tombstones were destroyed.
F2 SE of Cates, TN to NE of Brownsville, KY Lake, TN, Obion, Fulton, KY 1855 24 miles
(38.4 km)
A barn and six grain silos were destroyed while some homes had damage particularly to roofs and sidings. Crops were also damaged. Two horses were killed. Damage to trees and a few roofs in Kentucky
F0 SE of Warren Fayette 1855 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Damage to a few trees
F0 SW of Montezuma Hardeman, Chester 1855 8 miles
(12.8 km)
Weak tornado with no damage
F0 Lexington area Henderson 1955 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Damage to a few trees
F0 SE of Waynesboro Wayne 2130 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Damage to a few trees
F4 SE of St. Joseph to NE of Liberty Hill Lawrence, Giles 2152 29 miles
(46.4 km)
3 deaths - 34 houses, 16 mobile homes and a business were destroyed while 98 homes, three mobile homes and two buildings were damaged. Corn stalks were pulled out from the ground. 6 TVA transmission towers were destroyed. Downed power lines forced evacuations in Ethridge.
F0 N of Eagleville Rutherford 2155 8 miles
(14.4 km)
Five homes and a business were damaged
F0 N of Green Hill DeKalb, Warren 2230 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Damage limited to trees
F0 Liberty Hill area Giles 2247 3 miles
(4.8 km)
40 buildings were damaged
F0 SW of Oak Plains Cheatham 2250 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Damage to trees
F1 E of Millersville Sumner 2252 3 miles
(4.8 km)
Damage to trees
F1 Shelbyville to W of Hillcrest Bedford, Coffee 2300 16 miles
(25.6 km)
A fire hall and a mobile home were destroyed. 4 barns, a supermarket, a few homes and several businesses were damaged. One horse was killed.
F0 NW of Coopertown Robertson 2315 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Damage to a few trees
F3 Crossville area Cumberland 2321 9 miles
(14.4 km)
11 homes, two businesses and 14 mobile homes were destroyed while several other homes were damaged
F0 N of Manchester Coffee 2330 1 miles
(1.6 km)
A house trailer was overturned
F0 Coalfield area Morgan 2350 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Damage to trees and power lines
F0 SE of Spencer Van Buren 0045 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Damage to power lines
F1 NE of Crossville Cumberland 0130 2 miles
(3.2 km)
30 homes and house trailers were damaged
F1 Knoxville area Knox 0200 2 miles
(3.2 km)
A dozen homes were damaged
F0 NE of Antioch Loudon 0300 1 miles
(1.6 km)
A houseboat was torn loose from a boat dock
Illinois
F1 Waterloo area Monroe 1737 0.6 miles
(1 km)
A business has roof damage and several homes were also damaged
F2 SW of Wartburg Monroe 1740 4 miles
(6.4 km)
Farm buildings were flattened while three homes and four other farm buildings were damaged
F1 E of Wartburg Monroe 1742 4.5 miles
(7.2 km)
Two homes had damage, farm buildings were blown down and two grain bins were toppled
F0 SE of Waterloo Monroe 1744 6 miles
(9.6 km)
20 homes and businesses and two barns were damaged. Two farms also sustained damage including to grain bins, barns and house roofs.
F2 E of Burksville Monroe 1746 4.2 miles
(6.7 km)
5 homes were damaged as did garages, utility buildings, a farm implement store and a storage building
F0 S of Roachtown St. Clair 1746 0.4 miles
(0.6 km)
An outbuilding was damaged
F1 SW of Hecker Monroe 1748 4.8 miles
(7.7 km)
5 houses and two barns were damaged
F0 Darmstadt area St. Clair, Washington 1805 8 miles
(12.8 km)
F0 E of Tilden Randolph, Washington 1815 6 miles
(9.6 km)
F0 SE of Tilden Randolph 1817 3.5 miles
(5.6 km)
F0 E of Plum Hill Washington 1826 7.5 miles
(0.16 km)
F1 S of Addieville to S of Hoyleton Washington 1828 18 miles
(28.8 km)
Several homes, two utility buildings, a grain silo and farm buildings were damaged while a radio tower was destroyed
F0 SE of Williamsburg Jefferson 1850 0.3 miles
(0.5 km)
Weak tornado with no damage
F1 SW of Patton Wabash 2025 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Three homes were damaged
District of Columbia
F0 Washington District of Columbia 1722 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Damage to tree tops
Maryland
F1 Seat Pleasant area Prince George's 1830 0.3 miles
(0.5 km)
Three businesses and two homes were damaged
F2 S of Denton Talbot, Caroline 1930 10 miles
(16 km)
Two homes, a barn and two chickens houses were destroyed while at least 10 other structures were damaged. 40 000 chickens/birds were killed and hundreds of trees were toppled
Louisiana
F1 E of Carson Beauregard 1935 0.3 miles
(0.5 km)
Several homes sustained roof damage
F1 Oakdale area Allen 2030 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
A hospital sustained minor damaged and a nurse was injured
F1 NE of Beaver Evangeline 2030 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
A few homes were damaged
F1 Baker area East Baton Rouge 0000 0.3 miles
(0.5 km)
One home sustained roof damage
F1 SE of Daspit Iberia 0217 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
A home and a mobile home were damaged
Indiana
F1 SW of Shoals Martin 2100 0.1 miles
(0.16 km)
Damage to trees and power lines
Mississippi
F0 E of Booneville Prentiss 2140 1 miles
(1.6 km)
Several homes were damaged
F1 N of Ratliff Lee, Itawamba 2244 2 miles
(3.2 km)
Outbuildings were destroyed and signs were blown down.
F0 NE of Increase Lauderdale 0223 0.5 miles
(0.8 km)
Weak tornado with no damage
F1 NE of Derby Pearl River 0610 0.3 miles
(0.5 km)
A mobile home was damaged
Alabama
F1 E of Muscle Shoals Colbert 1605 6.5 miles
(10.4 km)
Five houses and three mobile homes were damaged
F4 NW of Athens to N of Hollytree Limestone, Madison, Jackson 2233 39 miles
(62.4 km)
1 death - 26 mobile homes and 21 homes were destroyed while 35 buildings were damaged or destroyed. 39 other homes had major damage. One cow was killed
F1 E of Green Hill Lauderdale 0003 1.5 miles
(2.4 km)
10 homes were destroyed and several barns were destroyed

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