Tornado Destroys City for 2nd Time: Moore, Oklahoma Devastated by 1999 Twister
Storm Trackers - Chasing the May 3rd 1999 Tornado
MAY 3 1999 HUGE F5 OKLAHOMA TORNADO
May 3, 1999 Oklahoma Tornado Outbreak Part 1 of 3
The 1999 Oklahoma tornado outbreak produced the highest wind speeds ever recorded on Earth, 301 ± 20 mph. It took place across much of the Central and parts of the Eastern United States. During this week-long event, 154 tornadoes touched down, including one in Canada, with more than half of them making contact on May 3 and 4 when activity reached its peak over Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Texas, and Arkansas.
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