Colorado Tornado 1996

F3 Tornado Outside of Elba, Colorado on May 30, 1996

This tornado was classified as an F3 tornado on the Fujita Scale, and was spotted outside of Elba, Colorado on May 30, 1996.

Kentucky 1996 Tornado

On May 28, 1996 an F3 Tornado hits Mt. Washington, Kentucky

This storm strengthened as it crossed into Bullitt Co. debarking and ripping trees out of the ground. It crossed through the towns Pioneer Village, Hillview, and eventually Mt. Washington. This twister was classified as an F3 tornado on the Fujita Scale. The tornado damaged approximately 600 homes including one which was completely leveled.

Wisconsin 1996 Tornado

F5 Tornado in Oakfield, Wisconsin on July 18, 1996

This tornado is the only F5 to hit the United States in the year 1996. It started South of Oakfield, Wisconsin and moved directly into town causing approximately 40 million dollars worth of damage. This tornado was reported only 100 yards wide… being one of the skinniest F5’s recorded.