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Weather Diary  3 April 1974 Until the tragic 2011 season, this was the greatest US tornado outbreak on record.Still image:
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Location: Ohio
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Keywords:   Storm damage, Tornado on ground, Wind, Thunderstorm, Tornado, Daily weather diary, Severe Weather, April Weather Events, Weather History
Asset ID: 5359
Title: Weather Diary 3 April 1974
Concept: Until the tragic 2011 season, this was the greatest US tornado outbreak on record.
Detail: 3 April 1974: Until 2011, this was perhaps the greatest tornado outbreak in US history, as 148 twisters devastated portions of 10 states. Approximately 340 people were killed, with Xenia, Ohio being the worst hit. Property damage exceeded a staggering $1.5 billion. Over 30,000 people were directly engulfed within the tornado funnels, yet less than 1% of them lost their lives. The large majority of those killed were those who stayed in automobiles, had not yet reached shelter, or refused to follow common sense tornado safety rules. Very few of those in adequate shelters were killed, much less injured. While that outbreak prompted many improvements in the nation's tornado warning system, the warnings given on this date were effective to the extent that countless thousands of lives were saved

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