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Tornadoes spotted across the plains bring in spring with sirens blowing in many cities.  From Kansas to Oklahoma, spring 2005s first tornado event started out with a bang.  From multiple vortex tornadoes to buildings sustaining damage, spring 2005 may very well be one to keep a watchful eye on.  Here are just some of the SPC reports of tornadoes on 3-21-2005.

Note: All tornado data considered preliminary

Tornado Reports

Time

 

Location

County

State

Lat

Lon

Comments

1926

 

3 S PROTECTION

COMANCHE

KS

3716

9948

TORNADO OCCASIONALLY TOUCHED THE GROUND FOR 15 MINUTES. (DDC)

2116

 

3 SE AMORITA

ALFALFA

OK

3689

9826

TORNADO ON GROUND APPROXIMATELY 1516C-1525C. (OUN)

2125

 

CROMWELL

SEMINOLE

OK

3534

9645

SOME STRUCTURAL DAMAGE REPORTED. (OUN)

2145

 

10 E BYRON

ALFALFA

OK

3690

9811

MULTIPLE VORTEX TORNADO OBSCURED IN RAIN NEAR GRANT/ALFALFA COUNTY LINE. (OUN)

2150

 

1 S CORWIN

HARPER

KS

3707

9830

ROPE TORNADO ON THE GROUND. LIFTED AT 354 PM (ICT)

2200

 

5 NE OKEMAH

OKFUSKEE

OK

3548

9624

REPORTED BY MEDIA STORM CHASER (TSA)

2216

 

6 N PHAROAH

OKFUSKEE

OK

3551

9612

BRIEF TORNADO REPORTED BY MEDIA STORM CHASER (TSA)

0024   2 SE PARIS LAMAR TX 3365 9552 NEAR RENO (FWD)

Here are two tornadoes of the past to remember from NOAA archives.

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