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List of United States tornadoes in January 2023

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This page documents all tornadoes confirmed by various weather forecast offices of the National Weather Service in the United States during January 2023. Tornado counts are considered preliminary until final publication in the database of the National Centers for Environmental Information.

United States yearly total

Confirmed tornadoes by Enhanced Fujita rating
EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
6 38 58 19 3 0 0 124


January

Confirmed tornadoes by Enhanced Fujita rating
EFU EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5 Total
6 38 58 19 3 0 0 124

January 2 event

List of confirmed tornadoes – Monday, January 2, 2023[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EF1 SW of Norphlet Union AR 33°17′38″N 92°42′21″W / 33.2939°N 92.7057°W / 33.2939; -92.7057 (Norphlet (Jan. 2, EF1)) 17:47–17:48 0.24 mi (0.39 km) 350 yd (320 m) A brief tornado destroyed an outbuilding, damaged a home, and snapped some trees.[1]
EF1 Jessieville Garland AR 34°41′38″N 93°04′02″W / 34.6940°N 93.0673°W / 34.6940; -93.0673 (Jessieville (Jan. 2, EF1)) 20:38–20:41 2.1 mi (3.4 km) 200 yd (180 m) This tornado began just to the southwest of Jessieville, causing tree damage near an Arkansas Forestry Commission building. The tornado then moved northeast into Jessieville, and damaged a few homes in town. Most notably, damage was inflicted to multiple buildings on the campus of Jessieville High School, and several metal light poles at the football field were bent over. The tornado continued to move northeast, damaging a pole barn just north of town before dissipating. Two people were injured by the tornado at the high school.[2][3][4]
EF1 E of Pleasant Hill Sabine LA 31°45′00″N 93°28′51″W / 31.7499°N 93.4807°W / 31.7499; -93.4807 (Pleasant Hill (Jan. 2, EF1)) 21:11–21:19 5.20 mi (8.37 km) 70 yd (64 m) Metal panels were ripped from a home, a swing set was flipped, and several trees were uprooted or snapped. A small metal outbuilding was damaged as well.[1]
EF0 ENE of Edgefield Red River LA 32°03′30″N 93°16′25″W / 32.0582°N 93.2735°W / 32.0582; -93.2735 (Edgefield (Jan. 2, EF0)) 21:43–21:44 0.3 mi (0.48 km) 50 yd (46 m) Large tree branches were downed and shingles were ripped from a gazebo. A metal covering was removed from the porch of a manufactured home, and its metal skirting was damaged.[1]
EFU SE of Shidler Osage OK 36°44′N 96°35′W / 36.73°N 96.59°W / 36.73; -96.59 (Shidler (Jan. 2, EFU)) 22:38 A brief tornado occurred in an open field. No damage occurred.[5][6]
EF2 S of Jonesboro to E of Quitman Jackson LA 32°10′19″N 92°42′17″W / 32.172°N 92.7048°W / 32.172; -92.7048 (Jonesboro (Jan. 2, EF2)) 22:46–23:09 15.16 mi (24.40 km) 1,928 yd (1,763 m) This large and strong tornado was over a mile wide at times. It touched down south of Jonesboro and moved through areas east of town, where a power pole and many trees were downed and two mobile homes were pushed off their foundations, one of which was rolled over and largely destroyed. A house had part of its metal roof blown off, and few other mobile homes and a chicken house also sustained damage to their roofs. Continuing to the north-northeast, the tornado reached peak intensity just southeast of the Beech Springs community as numerous large trees were snapped and a brick home had much of its roof torn off, with some garage walls collapsed. Another brick house and a manufactured home had a significant amount of roofing torn off, and a few other residences had more minor damage, including a destroyed carport. Several outbuildings were also damaged or destroyed. The tornado weakened and caused additional minor tree and roof damage near Quitman before dissipating. Three people were injured.[1][2]
EF0 NNE of Pryor Mayes OK 36°20′45″N 95°17′52″W / 36.3458°N 95.2979°W / 36.3458; -95.2979 (Pryor (Jan. 2, EF0)) 23:32–23:43 5.3 mi (8.5 km) 700 yd (640 m) This high-end EF0 tornado destroyed an outbuilding and damaged two others shortly after it touched down. The tornado then moved over the Oklahoma Mesonet Pryor station, which measured an 81 mph (130 km/h) wind gust. The tornado continued moving northeast, where a house sustained roof and siding damage before it dissipated.[5]
EF1 Texanna McIntosh OK 35°19′12″N 95°28′26″W / 35.32°N 95.474°W / 35.32; -95.474 (Texanna (Jan. 2, EF1)) 23:52–00:05 8.6 mi (13.8 km) 650 yd (590 m) Trees and tree limbs were downed in and around Texanna, and a few homes sustained roof and window damage. Storage buildings and outbuildings were damaged or destroyed.[5]
EF2 S of Haile Union LA 32°47′02″N 92°10′10″W / 32.784°N 92.1695°W / 32.784; -92.1695 (Haile (Jan. 2, EF2)) 00:19–00:25 4.19 mi (6.74 km) 900 yd (820 m) A strong tornado knocked down several metal truss electrical transmission towers, destroyed an outbuilding, and snapped or uprooted dozens of trees.[1]
EF1 SSW of Fairland Ottawa OK 36°42′22″N 94°52′26″W / 36.706°N 94.874°W / 36.706; -94.874 (Fairland (Jan. 2, EF1)) 00:23–00:25 0.6 mi (0.97 km) 200 yd (180 m) Several outbuildings were damaged or destroyed, and large tree limbs were snapped.[5]
EF1 N of Bastrop Morehouse LA 32°52′05″N 91°53′54″W / 32.8681°N 91.8982°W / 32.8681; -91.8982 (Bastrop (Jan. 2, EF1)) 00:36–00:37 1.4 mi (2.3 km) 75 yd (69 m) Some trees were snapped along the path of this tornado.[7]
EF1 W of Bonita Morehouse LA 32°57′14″N 91°52′07″W / 32.9539°N 91.8686°W / 32.9539; -91.8686 (Bonita (Jan. 2, EF1)) 00:40–00:49 4.0 mi (6.4 km) 200 yd (180 m) Numerous trees, some farm outbuildings, a few residences were damaged. Metal roofing panels were removed from a gas production facility.[7]
EF2 W of Wilmot to Montrose to SE of Halley Ashley, Chicot, Desha AR 33°03′57″N 91°44′27″W / 33.0659°N 91.7408°W / 33.0659; -91.7408 (Wilmot (Jan. 2, EF2)) 00:55–01:45 43.3 mi (69.7 km) 1,300 yd (1,200 m) This large, strong, and long-tracked tornado first touched down to the west of Wilmot before moving to the northeast, snapping or uprooting numerous trees and downing tree limbs. A few outbuildings were damaged or destroyed just west of Portland before the tornado reached its peak intensity and struck the town of Montrose, where a small guest home on concrete blocks was pushed off its foundation and destroyed. A nearby mobile home was destroyed when it was rolled across three parked cars, which were also destroyed. Several sheds and outbuildings were demolished, and numerous homes in town suffered roof damage, a few of which had a considerable amount of roofing removed. One older home had an exterior wall torn off as well. Elsewhere along the path, a center pivot irrigation system was destroyed, power poles were downed, and a home and several outbuildings lost roofing and paneling. Hundreds of trees were uprooted, snapped, or damaged along the path.[2][7][3]
EFU NNE of Tamaha Sequoyah OK 35°25′N 94°58′W / 35.42°N 94.96°W / 35.42; -94.96 (Tamaha (Jan. 2, EFU)) 02:25 A tornado was observed moving over the Robert S. Kerr Reservoir along the Arkansas River. No damage was found.[5][8]
EF0 W of Kilbourne, LA West Carroll (LA), Chicot (AR) LA, AR 32°57′44″N 91°24′08″W / 32.9621°N 91.4023°W / 32.9621; -91.4023 (Kilbourne (Jan. 2, EF0)) 03:02–03:08 3.9 mi (6.3 km) 250 yd (230 m) One shed was destroyed and several others were damaged or tossed. A few homes sustained minor roof damage, a barn was collapsed, and a trampoline was tossed. A few trees were snapped and several tree limbs were downed as well.[7]

January 3 event

List of confirmed tornadoes – Tuesday, January 3, 2023[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EF0 S of Brownsville Haywood TN 35°33′N 89°17′W / 35.55°N 89.29°W / 35.55; -89.29 (Brownsville (Jan. 3, EF0)) 08:24–08:27 2.38 mi (3.83 km) 100 yd (91 m) Trees and the roof of a home suffered minor damage.[9]
EF0 Southwestern Hopkinsville Christian KY 36°50′N 87°32′W / 36.84°N 87.53°W / 36.84; -87.53 (Hopkinsville (Jan. 3, EF0)) 10:35–10:36 1.2 mi (1.9 km) 50 yd (46 m) A high-end EF0 tornado tore the roof off of a cinder block garage attached to a home. The home itself had a small portion of its roof removed. A large carport at another residence was lifted and tossed 25 yards (23 m). Numerous tree limbs were downed in residential areas.[2][10]
EF0 E of Olive Branch DeSoto MS 34°57′22″N 89°46′42″W / 34.9561°N 89.7784°W / 34.9561; -89.7784 (Olive Branch (Jan. 3, EF0)) 12:05–12:07 1.4 mi (2.3 km) 100 yd (91 m) A brief tornado damaged gutters and shingles on homes near Olive Branch. Some minor tree damage also occurred.[9]
EF1 Etta Union MS 34°29′06″N 89°12′28″W / 34.4851°N 89.2079°W / 34.4851; -89.2079 (Etta (Jan. 3, EF1)) 15:07–15:10 1.9 mi (3.1 km) 150 yd (140 m) Numerous tree branches were snapped in and around Etta, and a few trees were uprooted. Several homes also sustained roof damage.[9]
EF1 WNW of Russellville Franklin AL 34°32′18″N 87°53′24″W / 34.5382°N 87.8899°W / 34.5382; -87.8899 (Russellville (Jan. 3, EF1)) 16:48–16:50 0.60 mi (0.97 km) 70 yd (64 m) Several farm outbuildings were damaged, and trees were snapped or uprooted.[11]
EF1 S of Old Spring Hill to Prairieville Marengo, Hale AL 32°24′54″N 87°46′58″W / 32.4151°N 87.7827°W / 32.4151; -87.7827 (Old Spring Hill (Jan. 3, EF1)) 17:21–17:33 8.86 mi (14.26 km) 275 yd (251 m) A low-end EF1 tornado snapped, damaged, or uprooted numerous trees along its path. Metal roof panels were torn from outbuildings and lofted into trees. Some tree limbs were downed in Prairieville before the tornado dissipated.[12]
EF1 E of Folsom Perry AL 32°41′01″N 87°20′57″W / 32.6835°N 87.3491°W / 32.6835; -87.3491 (Folsom (Jan. 3, EF1)) 18:10 0.15 mi (0.24 km) 100 yd (91 m) A manufactured home was shifted off its foundation, and had a large amount of its roofing material ripped off as a result of this brief tornado. Metal panels were tossed into nearby trees, and additional trees were snapped or uprooted.[12]
EF0 N of Oakmulgee Bibb AL 32°50′57″N 87°03′17″W / 32.8493°N 87.0548°W / 32.8493; -87.0548 (Oakmulgee (Jan. 3, EF0)) 18:41–18:45 2.82 mi (4.54 km) 100 yd (91 m) Several large trees were uprooted.[12]
EF0 E of Old Kingston Autauga AL 32°33′39″N 86°35′50″W / 32.5609°N 86.5972°W / 32.5609; -86.5972 (Old Kingston (Jan. 3, EF0)) 19:18–19:26 3.18 mi (5.12 km) 60 yd (55 m) A few manufactured homes sustained damage, one of which had a porch torn off. Damage to fascia and metal panels occurred as well, and a metal carport structure was thrown downwind. Tree branches were broken as well.[12]
EF1 SW of Talladega Springs Chilton, Coosa AL 32°59′17″N 86°31′35″W / 32.988°N 86.5264°W / 32.988; -86.5264 (Old Kingston (Jan. 3, EF1)) 19:39–19:43 2.51 mi (4.04 km) 250 yd (230 m) Several dozen trees were snapped or uprooted. Several homes and boat houses sustained roof and siding damage.[12]
EF2 N of Deatsville to Jordan Lake Elmore AL 32°37′26″N 86°24′35″W / 32.6239°N 86.4098°W / 32.6239; -86.4098 (Deatsville (Jan. 3, EF2)) 19:42–19:59 9.06 mi (14.58 km) 800 yd (730 m) A strong tornado snapped or uprooted numerous large trees along its path, and some trees fell on residences. Dozens of homes sustained damage, including a few that suffered considerable roof damage, and one home that had most of its roof ripped off. Some houseboats at the Jordan Lake Reservoir along the Coosa River were destroyed, and some outbuildings were damaged or destroyed as well.[12]
EF0 N of Roselle to W of Ashland Clay AL 33°14′06″N 86°04′09″W / 33.235°N 86.0693°W / 33.235; -86.0693 (Roselle (Jan. 3, EF0)) 20:31–20:45 6.41 mi (10.32 km) 300 yd (270 m) This high-end EF0 tornado touched down on the eastern slopes of Horne Mountain in the Talladega National Forest, causing damage to trees, one of which fell onto a barn.[12]
EF0 NW of Dingler Randolph AL 33°20′47″N 85°38′49″W / 33.3464°N 85.6469°W / 33.3464; -85.6469 (Dingler (Jan. 3, EF0)) 21:17–21:19 1.11 mi (1.79 km) 150 yd (140 m) Trees were damaged along the path.[2][12]
EF0 SW of Roanoke Chambers AL 33°03′53″N 85°26′36″W / 33.0648°N 85.4433°W / 33.0648; -85.4433 (Roanoke (Jan. 3, EF0)) 21:27–21:37 4.40 mi (7.08 km) 500 yd (460 m) The roof of a home and several trees were damaged by this tornado.[12]
EFU NW of Illiopolis Sangamon IL 39°52′28″N 89°17′12″W / 39.8744°N 89.2868°W / 39.8744; -89.2868 (Illiopolis (Jan. 3, EFU)) 21:52 0.1 mi (0.16 km) A trained storm spotter reported a brief tornado; it caused no damage.[13]
EF0 Eastern Newnan Coweta GA 33°23′04″N 84°43′09″W / 33.3844°N 84.7192°W / 33.3844; -84.7192 (Newnan (Jan. 3, EF0)) 21:42–21:44 0.62 mi (1.00 km) 150 yd (140 m) Homes in the eastern part of town suffered minor roof and structural damage, and trees were snapped or uprooted.[14]
EFU SW of Latham Logan IL 39°56′37″N 89°12′17″W / 39.9435°N 89.2047°W / 39.9435; -89.2047 (Latham (Jan. 3, EFU)) 22:05 0.03 mi (0.048 km) 10 yd (9.1 m) A trained storm spotter reported a brief tornado; it caused no damage.[13]
EF0 SW of Lithonia DeKalb GA 33°40′59″N 84°08′24″W / 33.6830°N 84.1400°W / 33.6830; -84.1400 (Lithonia (Jan. 3, EF0)) 22:25 0.25 mi (0.40 km) 100 yd (91 m) A brief high-end EF0 tornado snapped or uprooted dozens of trees and inflicted minor roof and siding damage to several homes.[14]
EF0 SW of Maroa Macon IL 40°00′39″N 89°00′52″W / 40.0109°N 89.0144°W / 40.0109; -89.0144 (Maroa (Jan. 3, EF0)) 22:33 0.31 mi (0.50 km) 25 yd (23 m) A power pole and an irrigation unit were damaged.[13]
EF1 NW of Maroa Macon IL 40°02′14″N 88°58′17″W / 40.0373°N 88.9714°W / 40.0373; -88.9714 (Maroa (Jan. 3, EF1)) 22:35–22:38 0.89 mi (1.43 km) 75 yd (69 m) A high-end EF1 tornado demolished a barn, with its remnants tossed into a grain bin, and destroyed a fence[13]
EFU ENE of Mount Auburn Christian IL 39°47′07″N 89°11′46″W / 39.7852°N 89.196°W / 39.7852; -89.196 (Mount Auburn (Jan. 3, EFU)) 23:05 0.14 mi (0.23 km) Law enforcement reported a brief tornado; it caused no damage.[13]
EF1 SE of Bellflower McLean IL 40°19′12″N 88°28′52″W / 40.3200°N 88.4810°W / 40.3200; -88.4810 (Bellflower (Jan. 3, EF1)) 23:38–23:42 0.5 mi (0.80 km) 25 yd (23 m) A high-end EF1 tornado destroyed a farm outbuilding with the resulting debris being carried over 0.25 miles (0.40 km) away. The east-facing side of the house on the farm was splattered with dirt and grass as well.[13]
EF1 SE of Gibson City Ford IL 40°25′19″N 88°16′01″W / 40.4219°N 88.2669°W / 40.4219; -88.2669 (Gibson City (Jan. 3, EF1)) 23:56–00:02 2.9 mi (4.7 km) 25 yd (23 m) An outbuilding was completely destroyed, while other outbuildings and homes were damaged.[15]
EF1 Northeastern Decatur (1st tornado) Macon IL 39°51′51″N 88°55′44″W / 39.8643°N 88.9289°W / 39.8643; -88.9289 (Decatur #1 (Jan. 3, EF1)) 23:57–23:58 0.2 mi (0.32 km) 25 yd (23 m) A vacant bowling alley building had several of its wall panels blown out, and debris was scattered across a road as a result of this brief low-end EF1 tornado.[13]
EF0 Northeastern Decatur (2nd tornado) Macon IL 39°53′N 88°53′W / 39.88°N 88.89°W / 39.88; -88.89 (Decatur #2 (Jan. 3, EF0)) 00:05–00:06 0.4 mi (0.64 km) 20 yd (18 m) A brief tornado struck the southern and eastern parts of Richland Community College, damaging trees and fences and moving multiple car parts around on the north side of a building as well. Additionally, insulation and debris from the abandoned bowling alley that was damaged by the previous tornado was found in a tree and out in some fields to the east of the campus. This was the ninth and final tornado to occur in Illinois on January 3rd, the highest number of January tornadoes in the state in 34 years.[2][13]
EF1 SW of Sandersville Jones MS 31°45′42″N 89°06′03″W / 31.7617°N 89.1008°W / 31.7617; -89.1008 (Sandersville (Jan. 3, EF1)) 04:47–04:52 2.6 mi (4.2 km) 365 yd (334 m) Multiple trees were snapped or uprooted. A home suffered minor roof damage, and a cyclone fence was knocked down. The tornado dissipated after crossing Tallahala Creek.[7]

January 4 event

List of confirmed tornadoes – Wednesday, January 4, 2022[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EF1 E of Alexander City Tallapoosa AL 32°53′01″N 85°56′10″W / 32.8837°N 85.9362°W / 32.8837; -85.9362 (Alexander City (Jan. 4, EF1)) 08:59–09:04 3.77 mi (6.07 km) 50 yd (46 m) A cement mixing plant sustained significant roof damage, and trees were damaged by this low-end EF1 tornado.[12]
EF1 Eastern Montgomery Montgomery AL 32°20′48″N 86°11′47″W / 32.3467°N 86.1964°W / 32.3467; -86.1964 (Auburn (Jan. 4, EF1)) 09:00–09:05 1.87 mi (3.01 km) 130 yd (120 m) A high-end EF1 tornado touched down in the eastern part of Montgomery, where an assisted living facility and numerous homes sustained roof damage, and one home had much of its roofing torn off. Vehicles were flipped, a garage was destroyed, and trees were damaged. Damage to sheds and carports also occurred, while fencing and a scoreboard was knocked over at a baseball field as well. One person was seriously injured.[12]
EF0 SE of Shorter Macon AL 32°23′02″N 85°55′33″W / 32.384°N 85.9258°W / 32.384; -85.9258 (Shorter (Jan. 4, EF0)) 09:23–09:25 0.67 mi (1.08 km) 75 yd (69 m) A brief tornado caused minor damage to trees, outbuildings, and fascia. A couple of basketball goals were knocked over as well.[12]
EF1 Roosterville Heard GA 33°24′26″N 85°11′23″W / 33.4071°N 85.1896°W / 33.4071; -85.1896 (Roosterville (Jan. 4, EF1)) 10:02–10:05 2.45 mi (3.94 km) 100 yd (91 m) A manufactured home was pushed off its foundation and destroyed, numerous trees were twisted or snapped, and a barn was demolished.[14]
EF0 Society Hill Macon AL 32°25′30″N 85°27′12″W / 32.4249°N 85.4533°W / 32.4249; -85.4533 (Society Hill (Jan. 4, EF0)) 10:07–10:09 1.11 mi (1.79 km) 100 yd (91 m) A cotton gin on a farm was destroyed, while trees and a roadside sign were damaged. One tree was uprooted and fell onto a mobile home.[12]
EF1 Northern Sandersville Washington GA 32°59′49″N 82°50′42″W / 32.9970°N 82.8450°W / 32.9970; -82.8450 (Sandersville (Jan. 4, EF1)) 13:48–13:54 3.8 mi (6.1 km) 400 yd (370 m) A tornado moved through the north side of Sandersville, where a metal warehouse building sustained broken windows, had portions of its roof pulled back, and had its sliding metal doors blown out. Cars in a nearby parking lot were also damaged, and a semi-truck near the building was flipped over, minorly injuring the driver. Elsewhere along the path, homes sustained roof damage, and a double-wide manufactured home had its awning removed. Many trees were downed as well, one of which destroyed a shed while others landed on houses, including one tree that fell on and destroyed a second story bedroom.[14]
EF0 NNW of Louisville Jefferson GA 33°05′N 82°29′W / 33.09°N 82.49°W / 33.09; -82.49 (Louisville (Jan. 4, EF0)) 14:12–14:18 5.2 mi (8.4 km) 500 yd (460 m) A weak tornado caused minor damage to a couple of metal warehouse buildings, a sign, and Jefferson County High School. A pivot irrigation system was flipped over, and some trees were downed. Rear flank downdraft winds from the tornado inflicted moderate damage to a softball field facility, while also destroying a shed, several signs and scoreboards, and the fencing around the field.[14]
EF0 S of Wagener Aiken SC 33°36′35″N 81°23′27″W / 33.6098°N 81.3907°W / 33.6098; -81.3907 (Wagener (Jan. 4, EF0)) 15:27–15:30 3.54 mi (5.70 km) 75 yd (69 m) A dock outbuilding was destroyed, and multiple pine trees were snapped or uprooted.[16]
EF0 SE of Gilbert Lexington SC 33°53′09″N 81°20′08″W / 33.8859°N 81.3356°W / 33.8859; -81.3356 (Gilbert (Jan. 4, EF0)) 15:30–15:32 1.46 mi (2.35 km) 50 yd (46 m) Multiple trees were snapped or uprooted, and some power lines were downed.[16]
EF1 N of Woodford Lexington, Orangeburg SC 33°39′55″N 81°11′21″W / 33.6653°N 81.1892°W / 33.6653; -81.1892 (Woodford (Jan. 4, EF1)) 15:40–15:50 6.64 mi (10.69 km) 50 yd (46 m) This tornado passed north of Woodford, snapping or uprooting numerous trees.[16]
EF0 SW of South Congaree Lexington SC 33°53′06″N 81°14′13″W / 33.8849°N 81.2369°W / 33.8849; -81.2369 (South Congaree (Jan. 4, EF0)) 15:42–15:51 4.72 mi (7.60 km) 50 yd (46 m) An intermittent tornado sporadically snapped and uprooted trees along its path.[16]
EF0 W of St. Matthews Calhoun SC 33°42′28″N 80°55′48″W / 33.7079°N 80.9301°W / 33.7079; -80.9301 (St. Matthews (Jan. 4, EF0)) 16:02–16:03 0.12 mi (0.19 km) 25 yd (23 m) Several pine trees were snapped or uprooted by this brief, weak tornado.[16]
EF0 Ernest Clinch GA 30°48′43″N 82°38′52″W / 30.812°N 82.6477°W / 30.812; -82.6477 (Ernest (Jan. 4, EF0)) 17:35–17:36 0.64 mi (1.03 km) 300 yd (270 m) Several pine trees were downed or snapped, a manufactured outhouse was destroyed, a service station canopy was damaged, an RV was flipped over and moved 15–20 feet (4.6–6.1 m), and a single-wide hunting RV single wide lost part of its tin roof as a result of this high-end EF0 tornado.[2][17]
EF1 SW of Bristol Pierce GA 31°24′27″N 82°16′50″W / 31.4074°N 82.2806°W / 31.4074; -82.2806 (Bristol (Jan. 4, EF1)) 18:09–18:12 3.16 mi (5.09 km) 200 yd (180 m) A small water tank was knocked down and a farm outbuilding was heavily damaged. Many trees were snapped or uprooted as well.[18]
EF0 NNE of Homeland Charlton GA 30°59′06″N 81°57′31″W / 30.9851°N 81.9586°W / 30.9851; -81.9586 (Homeland (Jan. 4, EF0)) 18:40–18:41 0.18 mi (0.29 km) 50 yd (46 m) A large tree was downed by this brief tornado.[19]
EF0 SE of Little Texas Southampton VA 36°35′N 77°19′W / 36.59°N 77.32°W / 36.59; -77.32 (Little Texas (Jan. 4, EF0)) 19:39–19:42 2.5 mi (4.0 km) 50 yd (46 m) A weak tornado embedded within a larger area of damaging straight-line winds damaged a small silo, the siding of a home, and trees.[20]
EF1 Bayview Beaufort NC 35°26′16″N 76°47′51″W / 35.4378°N 76.7974°W / 35.4378; -76.7974 (Bayview (Jan. 4, EF1)) 19:49–19:50 0.33 mi (0.53 km) 125 yd (114 m) A waterspout moved ashore in Bayview, snapping several large trees at a golf club. A large shed also had its tin roof ripped off and thrown about 25 yards (23 m). Shingles were also torn from the roofs of several nearby homes.[21]

January 10 event

List of confirmed tornadoes – Tuesday, January 10, 2023[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EF1 NE of Milton Calaveras CA 38°05′N 120°46′W / 38.08°N 120.76°W / 38.08; -120.76 (Milton (Jan. 10, EF1)) 12:10 0.4 mi (0.64 km) 50 yd (46 m) A brief low-end EF1 tornado caused extensive damage to softwood and hardwood trees.[22]

January 12 event

List of confirmed tornadoes – Thursday, January 12, 2023[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EF1 SE of Monkey's Eyebrow, KY to W of Joppa, IL Ballard (KY), McCracken (KY), Massac (IL) KY, IL 37°11′N 88°59′W / 37.18°N 88.99°W / 37.18; -88.99 (Monkey's Eyebrow (Jan. 12, EF1)) 08:03–08:10 6.7 mi (10.8 km) 200 yd (180 m) Roofing and siding were ripped from a few homes, and multiple metal roof panels were blown off two large barns by this low-end EF1 tornado. A church sustained damage to its fencing, and the top half of a clay tile silo was destroyed.[23]
EF1 S of Muldon Monroe MS 33°43′06″N 88°40′18″W / 33.7182°N 88.6716°W / 33.7182; -88.6716 (Muldon (Jan. 12, EF1)) 12:29–12:33 2.44 mi (3.93 km) 50 yd (46 m) A home had its porch removed, several windows broken, and a substantial portion of its roof removed. An adjacent, large workshop was demolished. Two power poles were snapped.[24]
EF1 Northern Pleasureville Henry KY 38°21′10″N 85°07′58″W / 38.3529°N 85.1327°W / 38.3529; -85.1327 (Pleasureville (Jan. 12, EF1)) 13:47–13:49 1.27 mi (2.04 km) 100 yd (91 m) A brief high-end EF1 tornado caused significant damage or destroyed several barns. In northern Pleasureville, some homes sustained significant roof damage. A mobile home suffered similar damage and was also moved from its concrete foundational blocks. Power lines were damaged, and trees were snapped or uprooted.[25]
EF1 N of Rose Hill to Northern Harrodsburg Mercer KY 37°46′N 84°55′W / 37.77°N 84.91°W / 37.77; -84.91 (Rose Hill (Jan. 12, EF1)) 14:01–14:05 3.6 mi (5.8 km) 80 yd (73 m) One barn was demolished, with its roofing material thrown 200 yards (180 m) downstream, while a second barn sustained significant roof and side panel damage. Two homes also sustained significant roof and gutter damage; pieces of roofing were impaled into the ground. Two bleachers were flipped at Kenneth D. King Middle School. Numerous trees were snapped, topped, or twisted.[25]
EF2 E of Delmar to N of Double Springs Winston AL 34°09′57″N 87°35′11″W / 34.1658°N 87.5864°W / 34.1658; -87.5864 (Delmar (Jan. 12, EF2)) 14:05–14:18 9.18 mi (14.77 km) 425 yd (389 m) A strong tornado destroyed two large chicken coops and three other small buildings on a farm. Five homes were damaged, an RV was overturned, and hundreds of trees were downed.[26][27]
EF1 Moulton to Western Decatur to NNW of Mooresville Lawrence, Morgan, Limestone AL 34°26′58″N 87°21′49″W / 34.4494°N 87.3637°W / 34.4494; -87.3637 (Moulton (Jan. 12, EF1)) 14:09–14:45 30.4 mi (48.9 km) 325 yd (297 m) This long-tracked tornado began over a ridge, causing widespread tree damage. Several residences along the track sustained roof damage. One home in particular had an associated large metal workshop almost completely destroyed. In downtown Moulton, damage occurred to the city's high school baseball fields, as well as to Lawrence Medical Center.[28] The tornado lifted at times while tracking through Morgan County. It caused occasional damage to the roof of a mobile home, power lines, and a law enforcement marina. Several large campers were flipped or displaced. After crossing the Tennessee River, it caused additional damage to the campus of Calhoun Community College and its baseball complex before lifting. One person was injured.[27][29]
EF1 NE of Danville Boyle KY 37°41′16″N 84°44′12″W / 37.6878°N 84.7367°W / 37.6878; -84.7367 (Danville (Jan. 12, EF1)) 14:10–14:11 0.84 mi (1.35 km) 125 yd (114 m) A large, well-built garage sustained significant damage to its roof and side wall, with debris thrown 150 yards (140 m) to the east and impaled into the ground. Another well-built barn lost several of its roof panels. Many trees were topped, snapped, or uprooted. Widespread straight-line wind damage occurred on either side of the tornado.[25]
EF0 NW of Williamstown Grant KY 38°39′29″N 84°34′47″W / 38.6581°N 84.5797°W / 38.6581; -84.5797 (Williamstown (Jan. 12, EF0)) 14:23–14:24 0.3 mi (0.48 km) 50 yd (46 m) Part of the roof was ripped off a house by this high-end EF0 tornado. A street sign was bent to the ground, and several trees were downed. A steel warehouse building had part of its roof lifted and damaged, and two door frames on opposite sides of the building were blown in.[30]
EF2 Emelle to S of Gainesville Sumter AL 32°43′44″N 88°20′47″W / 32.7288°N 88.3463°W / 32.7288; -88.3463 (Emelle (Jan. 12, EF2)) 15:24–15:40 12.87 mi (20.71 km) 440 yd (400 m) This strong tornado touched down just west of Emelle before moving eastward through the town. An outbuilding was destroyed, and several homes suffered roof damage, including one home that had its roof completely ripped off, which was the basis for the EF2 rating along with the destroyed outbuilding. Elsewhere along the path, a mobile home and a grain bin were destroyed. Dozens of trees were snapped or uprooted as well. One person was injured.[26][27]
EF1 NE of Richmond Madison KY 37°46′19″N 84°14′45″W / 37.7719°N 84.2458°W / 37.7719; -84.2458 (Richmond (Jan. 12, EF1)) 15:42–15:45 1.2 mi (1.9 km) 80 yd (73 m) A hay barn was severely damaged with damage also being inflicted to a chicken coop and dog run, and the roofs of houses. A travel trailer was lifted and tossed over a red sports car, which resulted in the travel trailer being flipped on its side and rotated 90 degrees from its original orientation. Many trees were damaged as well.[25]
EF2 Western Eutaw to Stewart to SSE of Duncanville Greene, Hale, Tuscaloosa, Bibb AL 32°50′31″N 87°54′57″W / 32.8420°N 87.9158°W / 32.8420; -87.9158 (Eutaw (Jan. 12, EF2)) 15:54–16:43 38.76 mi (62.38 km) 600 yd (550 m) This long-lived tornado (which came from the same storm that produced the EF2 Emelle tornado) first destroyed a shed, caused roof damage, and snapped and uprooted trees. It then moved through the northern portions of the town of Eutaw at EF1 strength, snapping and uprooting numerous trees and inflicting minor roof damage to several homes. A rooftop observation deck was taken off of one home and thrown across the street. The tornado continued east-northeast along the Black Warrior River and struck Oak Village. A home in the area was significantly damaged when its garage collapsed, pulling down the adjacent walls and tearing off a large portion of the roof, with most of debris being blown into the river; this damage was rated low-end EF2. Other structures were also damaged, and many trees were snapped or uprooted. The tornado then weakened significantly, causing only intermittent tree damage as it passed near Stewart and over SR 69 before reintensifying slightly as it entered the Talladega National Forest. After crossing into Tuscaloosa County, the tornado rapidly intensified to its peak intensity of high-end EF2, snapping or uprooting dozens of trees, many of which were snapped at their base in the center of the tornado's path. The tornado then weakened as it approached and then crossed US 82. Additional tree damage was observed, and two homes suffered minor structural damage before the tornado dissipated. The path of the tornado moved over the entire track of an EF1 tornado that struck the same area on November 29, 2022, as well as an EF3 tornado that passed through the Talladega National Forest on March 25, 2021.[26][27]
EF0 SSW of Decatur Meigs TN 35°30′N 84°48′W / 35.50°N 84.80°W / 35.50; -84.80 (Decatur (Jan. 12, EF0)) 16:50–16:51 0.57 mi (0.92 km) 150 yd (140 m) A brief, weak tornado embedded within an area of damaging straight-line winds uprooted trees and inflicted considerable roof damage to multiple homes. One person was injured.[31]
EF2 SSE of Forkland to Southern Greensboro to SW of Marion Hale, Perry AL 32°37′20″N 87°45′15″W / 32.6221°N 87.7543°W / 32.6221; -87.7543 (Greensboro (Jan. 12, EF2)) 16:47–17:15 21.22 mi (34.15 km) 500 yd (460 m) This tornado first touched down near the Greene-Hale County line before moving across County Road 35 and downing numerous trees. It then caused considerable damage to the roof of a house before intensifying to low-end EF2 strength as it approached southern Greensboro. It uprooted numerous trees, rolled and destroyed a single-wide manufactured home, and caused lighter damage to several other structures. The tornado then weakened as it moved into Perry County, causing to high-end EF0 to low-end EF1 strength damage before dissipating shortly after.[26][27]
EF1 NNE of Heiberger to NNW of Lawley Perry, Bibb AL 32°48′35″N 87°14′11″W / 32.8096°N 87.2363°W / 32.8096; -87.2363 (Ellards (Jan. 12, EF1)) 17:30–17:51 16.8 mi (27.0 km) 500 yd (460 m) After the previous tornado dissipated, the supercell produced this tornado soon after. It reached EF1 intensity as it snapped and uprooted trees along a ridge. As it neared SR 219 after crossing into Bibb County, it weakened before dissipating after it crossed US 82.[26][27]
EF2 NE of Orrville to Selma to SE of Burnsville Dallas AL 32°19′02″N 87°13′40″W / 32.3173°N 87.2278°W / 32.3173; -87.2278 (Selma (Jan. 12, EF2)) 18:04–18:31 22.72 mi (36.56 km) 950 yd (870 m) See section on this tornado – Two people were injured.
EF0 SW of Dandridge Jefferson TN 35°59′N 83°31′W / 35.98°N 83.51°W / 35.98; -83.51 (Dandridge (Jan. 12, EF0)) 18:14–18:15 0.42 mi (0.68 km) 30 yd (27 m) A brief, weak tornado caused minor tree damage.[31]
EF2 SSE of Citronelle to Movico Mobile AL 31°01′11″N 88°12′11″W / 31.0196°N 88.203°W / 31.0196; -88.203 (Lambert (Jan. 12, EF2)) 18:15–18:33 11.4 mi (18.3 km) 200 yd (180 m) Two mobile homes were completely destroyed, and hundreds of trees were downed.[32]
EF0 E of Baneberry Jefferson TN 36°03′04″N 83°16′24″W / 36.0511°N 83.2732°W / 36.0511; -83.2732 (Baneberry (Jan. 12, EF0)) 18:26–18:28 1.1 mi (1.8 km) 100 yd (91 m) Trees and power lines were downed.[33][31]
EF3 SW of Old Kingston to Equality to E of Penton Autauga, Elmore, Coosa, Tallapoosa, Chambers AL 32°31′16″N 86°43′52″W / 32.5212°N 86.7312°W / 32.5212; -86.7312 (Autauga County (Jan. 12, EF3)) 18:40–20:08 82.31 mi (132.47 km) 1,500 yd (1,400 m) 7 deaths – See section on this tornado – 16 people were injured.
EF0 E of Nymph Conecuh AL 31°21′42″N 86°56′05″W / 31.3616°N 86.9346°W / 31.3616; -86.9346 (Nymph (Jan. 12, EF0)) 19:54–19:55 0.94 mi (1.51 km) 100 yd (91 m) Several trees were uprooted, and several tree limbs were downed.[32]
EF2 SW of Five Points, AL to NW of LaGrange Chambers (AL), Troup (GA) AL, GA 32°59′14″N 85°24′47″W / 32.9871°N 85.4131°W / 32.9871; -85.4131 (Five Points (Jan. 12, EF2)) 20:08–20:24 20.9 mi (33.6 km) 1,600 yd (1,500 m) This large and strong tornado touched down as the long-tracked EF3 tornado was dissipating and moved northeastward from White Plains into Five Points. Along this segment of the path, many trees were snapped and uprooted and barns sustained roof damage. Northeast of Five Points, the tornado widened and strengthened, snapping and uprooting a large swath of trees and causing roof damage to a house just south of Standing Rock. It then destroyed a mobile home, blowing the debris downwind. The tornado then reached EF2 intensity as it neared West Point Lake along the state line. A couple homes suffered significant shingle damage, one had siding damage, and a mobile home had its porch ripped off, impacting its walls. Another mobile home was blown off its footings and destroyed. After crossing into Georgia, the tornado steadily weakened inflicting damage to trees and some shingles and gutters of a few homes. The tornado continued east through mostly wooded areas, inflicting damage to pine trees before the tornado dissipated.[26][27][34]
EF1 SSW of Mableton Cobb GA 33°46′59″N 84°36′26″W / 33.7830°N 84.6071°W / 33.7830; -84.6071 (Mableton (Jan. 12, EF1)) 20:30–20:33 1.5 mi (2.4 km) 150 yd (140 m) A high-end EF1 tornado quickly spun up within a line of severe storms in the western suburbs of Atlanta. An 18 Wheeler Truck Parts & Chrome building lost a portion of its exterior wall. Dozens of trees were knocked down onto homes, which sustained severe roof and structural damage.[34]
EF2 Southern LaGrange to Mountville Troup GA 32°59′34″N 85°04′25″W / 32.9927°N 85.0735°W / 32.9927; -85.0735 (LaGrange (Jan. 12, EF2)) 20:34–20:47 12.3 mi (19.8 km) 1,060 yd (970 m) A large and strong tornado (which formed after the West Point Lake EF2 tornado dissipated) severely damaged a large warehouse building, destroying about a quarter of the structure and stretching or ripping several metal anchor bolts out of the concrete pad. More than 30 homes sustained significant damage in southern LaGrange, with large portions of their roofs or upper floors destroyed. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted, including in the town of Mountville. Four people were injured.[27][34]
EF2 NE of Mountville to Alps to SW of Zetella Meriwether, Spalding, Pike GA 33°03′06″N 84°51′10″W / 33.0517°N 84.8527°W / 33.0517; -84.8527 (Mountville (Jan. 12, EF2)) 20:45–21:17 27.6 mi (44.4 km) 1,500 yd (1,400 m) This large, long-tracked tornado touched down as the previous EF2 tornado was dissipating. A double-wide mobile home had its roof blown off and was shifted 20 yards (18 m) off its foundation, breaking the structure in half, while two single-wide mobile home were completely obliterated. A home had its entire roof blown off and a large, recently constructed two-story barn was destroyed. Thousands of trees were blown down and several homes were damaged or destroyed by some of the downed trees.[27][34]
EF1 WNW of Pine Level Crenshaw AL 31°30′18″N 86°14′34″W / 31.505°N 86.2428°W / 31.505; -86.2428 (Pine Level (Jan. 12, EF1)) 20:46–20:47 0.36 mi (0.58 km) 80 yd (73 m) A brief tornado snapped or uprooted dozens of trees.[32]
EF3 W of Hollonville to Experiment to NNE of Locust Grove Pike, Spalding, Henry GA 33°09′51″N 84°29′10″W / 33.1643°N 84.4861°W / 33.1643; -84.4861 (Experiment (Jan. 12, EF3)) 21:11–21:44 31.9 mi (51.3 km) See section on this tornado – 18 people were injured.
EF1 Mayfield to Camak to W of Thomson Warren, McDuffie GA 33°21′44″N 82°48′12″W / 33.3622°N 82.8032°W / 33.3622; -82.8032 (Mayfield (Jan. 12, EF1)) 21:15–21:39 16.4 mi (26.4 km) 150 yd (140 m) A couple of homes sustained roof and fascia damage from this high-end EF1 tornado. A metal work shed, and outdoor kitchen were destroyed. Numerous healthy pine trees were snapped or uprooted, one of which fell onto a house.[34][35]
EF1 SW of Experiment Spalding GA 33°12′32″N 84°24′55″W / 33.2089°N 84.4154°W / 33.2089; -84.4154 (Experiment (Jan. 12, EF1)) 21:19–21:22 3.7 mi (6.0 km) 200 yd (180 m) This tornado formed as a satellite on the northwest side of the larger Experiment EF3 tornado near the Pike–Spalding county line. Many trees were either snapped or uprooted along the path before the tornado was absorbed by the EF3 tornado to its southeast. As the tornado circulation came together with the other circulation, the intensity of the larger tornado peaked, resulting in EF3 damage southwest of Experiment.[27][34]
EF2 ESE of East Griffin to Jenkinsburg to S of Mansfield Spalding, Butts, Newton, Jasper GA 33°14′N 84°12′W / 33.23°N 84.20°W / 33.23; -84.20 (East Griffin (Jan. 12, EF2)) 21:27–22:01 31.98 mi (51.47 km) 1,400 yd (1,300 m) 1 death – See section on this tornado – 10 people were injured.
EF1 NE of Ariton to Blue Springs Barbour AL 31°37′30″N 85°40′21″W / 31.6251°N 85.6726°W / 31.6251; -85.6726 (Bethel (Jan. 12, EF1)) 21:25–21:38 10.96 mi (17.64 km) 900 yd (820 m) A large tornado damaged hundreds of trees, including one that fell on a home. Farm structures were damaged as well.[26]
EF1 SSW of Jenkinsburg Butts GA 33°15′01″N 84°06′34″W / 33.2502°N 84.1095°W / 33.2502; -84.1095 (Jenkinsburg (Jan. 12, EF1)) 21:35–21:38 5.16 mi (8.30 km) 150 yd (140 m) This low-end EF1 tornado was on the ground simultaneously with the EF3 Experiment tornado and the EF2 Jenkinsburg tornado. It formed south of SR 16 before crossing I-75 and tracking along SR 16 for the rest of its path. A large warehouse had sections of its roof torn off and thrown northeastward into the parking lot and nearby woods and many trees were snapped or uprooted.[27][34]
EF0 NE of Pisgah Jackson AL 34°42′30″N 85°48′45″W / 34.7083°N 85.8125°W / 34.7083; -85.8125 (Pisgah (Jan. 12, EF0)) 21:38–21:41 2.34 mi (3.77 km) 70 yd (64 m) A brief and weak tornado caused roof damage to a farm building and a home. Trees were uprooted.[36]
EF1 W of Edwin to N of Lawrenceville Henry AL 31°40′40″N 85°23′14″W / 31.6778°N 85.3872°W / 31.6778; -85.3872 (Edwin (Jan. 12, EF1)) 21:45–21:56 7.14 mi (11.49 km) 150 yd (140 m) A low-end EF1 tornado inflicted heavy roof and structural damage to several barns and outbuildings and removed some shingles from a home. Many trees were downed as well.[37]
EF1 NE of Jenkinsburg to Worthville to Stewart Butts, Newton GA 33°21′54″N 83°58′39″W / 33.3649°N 83.9775°W / 33.3649; -83.9775 (Jenkinsburg (Jan. 12, EF1)) 21:49–21:57 9.93 mi (15.98 km) 500 yd (460 m) This tornado formed from the remnant circulation of the EF3 Experiment tornado and tracked just to the west of the EF2 Jenkinsburg tornado. A barn was destroyed, a car wash was partially unroofed, and a greenhouse and a few homes were damaged. Many trees were snapped and uprooted along the path as well.[27][34]
EF1 Joanna to W of Whitmire Laurens SC 34°24′44″N 81°48′55″W / 34.4123°N 81.8154°W / 34.4123; -81.8154 (Joanna (Jan. 12, EF1)) 22:42–22:52 8.98 mi (14.45 km) 100 yd (91 m) A weak tornado touched down in Joanna, damaging a car wash and fire station garage door. Northeast of town, the tornado strengthened to EF1 strength, snapping or uprooting numerous trees, including some that fell on houses. The tornado then knocked down some more large trees as it crossed SC 72 before dissipating in the Sumter National Forest.[38]
EF1 E of Pineview (1st tornado) Wilcox GA 32°03′58″N 83°22′52″W / 32.0660°N 83.3810°W / 32.0660; -83.3810 (Pineview (Jan. 12, EF0)) 23:00–23:05 3.1 mi (5.0 km) 100 yd (91 m) This tornado struck a homestead. Several large trees were uprooted, a silo was moved and twisted off its foundation straining several metal bracers, a barn and two sheds were destroyed, and the home suffered moderate structural damage with several structural pillars and columns displaced. The tornado, which was accompanied by the tornado below, moved into inaccessible areas and dissipated.[34]
EF0 E of Pineview (2nd tornado) Wilcox GA 32°05′10″N 83°23′31″W / 32.0860°N 83.3920°W / 32.0860; -83.3920 (Pineview (Jan. 12, EF0)) 23:03–23:07 2.3 mi (3.7 km) 200 yd (180 m) This tornado was a northern twin to the tornado above. Dozens of trees were snapped along the path before the tornado moved into inaccessible areas and dissipated.[34]
EF0 Southern Stanley Gaston NC 35°20′30″N 81°08′24″W / 35.3416°N 81.1399°W / 35.3416; -81.1399 (Stanley (Jan. 12, EF0)) 23:10–23:18 6.09 mi (9.80 km) 25 yd (23 m) A weak tornado caused scattered tree damage along its path.[38]
EF1 N of Greenwood Greenwood SC 34°14′48″N 82°11′12″W / 34.2467°N 82.1867°W / 34.2467; -82.1867 (Greenwood (Jan. 12, EF1)) 23:24–23:27 2.03 mi (3.27 km) 90 yd (82 m) Many trees were downed in neighborhoods near and at the Greenwood County Airport. Some trees fell on homes, two of which were significantly damaged.[38]

January 14 event

List of confirmed tornadoes – Saturday, January 14, 2023[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EF0 SSE of Clay Sacramento CA 38°19′N 121°08′W / 38.32°N 121.14°W / 38.32; -121.14 (Clay (Jan. 14, EF0)) 22:00–22:02 0.3 mi (0.48 km) 50 yd (46 m) A brief tornado damaged the roofs of two garages and uplifted a wall-less RV structure, which caused it to collapse.[39]

January 16 event

List of confirmed tornadoes – Monday, January 16, 2023[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EF1 NE of Williamsburg Iowa IA 41°41′N 91°58′W / 41.68°N 91.97°W / 41.68; -91.97 (Williamsburg (Jan. 16, EF1)) 20:01–20:09 4.70 mi (7.56 km) 400 yd (370 m) A tornado blew over a semi truck on I-80 and caused minor damage to a cattle shelter and trees.[2][40]
EFU S of Cedar Rapids Linn IA 41°55′N 91°37′W / 41.91°N 91.61°W / 41.91; -91.61 (Cedar Rapids(Jan. 16, EFU)) 20:50–20:51 0.86 mi (1.38 km) A storm chaser reported a brief tornado; it did not cause damage.[2][40]

January 18 event

List of confirmed tornadoes – Wednesday, January 18, 2023[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EF1 Waldo Columbia AR 33°18′59″N 93°21′21″W / 33.3164°N 93.3557°W / 33.3164; -93.3557 (Waldo (Jan. 18, EF1)) 16:34–16:44 5.14 mi (8.27 km) 80 yd (73 m) This tornado moved through Waldo, snapping or uprooting many trees, downing power poles, and damaging the awning of a church. Northeast of the city, a small metal outbuilding was destroyed.[41]
EF1 SW of El Dorado Union AR 33°06′12″N 92°48′33″W / 33.1034°N 92.8093°W / 33.1034; -92.8093 (El Dorado (Jan. 18, EF1)) 18:40–18:51 9.53 mi (15.34 km) 840 yd (770 m) Two double-wide manufactured homes were shifted off their foundations but remained completely intact due to this high-end EF1 tornado. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted, some of which caused structural damage upon falling and two outbuildings were destroyed.[41]

January 22 event

List of confirmed tornadoes – Sunday, January 22, 2023[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EF2 NE of Miramar Beach Walton FL 30°24′42″N 86°19′06″W / 30.4116°N 86.3182°W / 30.4116; -86.3182 (Santa Rosa Beach (Jan. 22, EF2)) 11:14–11:15 0.78 mi (1.26 km) 85 yd (78 m) A brief but strong tornado began in the Driftwood Estates subdivision, damaging the roofs of homes. It temporarily lifted over a wooded area but touched down again on a street, causing damage to trees and more substantial damage to roofs. Three homes had large sections of their roof structures uplifted, consistent with low-end EF2 damage. The tornado lifted over Choctawhatchee Bay.[42]
EF1 SW of Woodville Wakulla FL 30°17′38″N 84°17′03″W / 30.2939°N 84.2843°W / 30.2939; -84.2843 (Woodville (Jan. 22, EF1)) 17:45–17:46 0.34 mi (0.55 km) 200 yd (180 m) Numerous pine and oak trees were snapped or uprooted; fallen trees caused damage to manufactured homes and vehicles. One house sustained minor roof damage.[42]
EF2 Northern Adel Cook GA 31°08′51″N 83°26′38″W / 31.1474°N 83.444°W / 31.1474; -83.444 (Northern Adel (Jan. 22, EF2)) 22:20–22:28 5.91 mi (9.51 km) 80 yd (73 m) A low-end EF2 tornado moved through the northern sections of Adel just south of Sparks. It shifted half of a home-style building off its slab and bolted foundation. Nearby mini trailers were flipped, and sheets of metal were tossed about 100 feet (30 m). A large metal building system was also shifted off its bolted foundation, and some steel beams were ripped off and lofted. Numerous trees were twisted, snapped, or uprooted, several of which fell on homes. A series of centerline irrigation pivots were knocked over, and a motorhome was destroyed.[42]
EF1 SE of Douglas Coffee GA 31°25′00″N 82°46′06″W / 31.4166°N 82.7684°W / 31.4166; -82.7684 (Douglas (Jan. 22, EF1)) 23:11–23:14 3.66 mi (5.89 km) 210 yd (190 m) Multiple large barns and a house were damaged by this low-end EF1 tornado. A double-wide mobile home was pushed off its piers and large trees were snapped or uprooted as well.[43]
EF1 NE of Alma to SW of Surrency Bacon, Appling GA 31°34′16″N 82°25′46″W / 31.5711°N 82.4294°W / 31.5711; -82.4294 (Alma (Jan. 22, EF1)) 23:32–23:42 7.55 mi (12.15 km) 600 yd (550 m) This large tornado caused EF1 damage to trees in Bacon County, eventually crossing the Big Satilla Creek into Appling County. Near the county line, a trailer was tipped over onto a vehicle.[43]

January 24 event

List of confirmed tornadoes – Tuesday, January 24, 2023[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EF0 E of Needville to Thompson Fort Bend TX 29°23′37″N 95°44′34″W / 29.3935°N 95.7429°W / 29.3935; -95.7429 (Needville (Jan. 24, EF0)) 19:45–20:30 14.57 mi (23.45 km) 100 yd (91 m) A weak tornado broke tree limbs, uprooted trees, caused minor roof and siding damage, and downed fences. A portion of the damage path was unavailable due to being on private property.[44]
EF0 W of Pearland Brazoria TX 29°31′50″N 95°22′27″W / 29.5305°N 95.3742°W / 29.5305; -95.3742 (Pearland (Jan. 24, EF0)) 20:10–20:25 2.45 mi (3.94 km) 50 yd (46 m) Trees and fences were damaged while 10 homes sustained minor roof and window damage.[45]
EF3 E of Brookside Village to Deer Park to Wooster Harris TX 29°35′49″N 95°15′10″W / 29.597°N 95.2527°W / 29.597; -95.2527 (Brookside Village (Jan. 24, EF3)) 20:15–20:50 18.73 mi (30.14 km) 1,000 yd (910 m) This large tornado moved through the southeastern suburbs of Houston. It first touched down just east of Brookside Village and moved northeastward at EF0-EF1 strength, damaging trees and fences and inflicting minor roof damage. The first area of significant damage occurred in southeast Houston where the Beamer Apartments suffered severe EF2 damage. The tornado then moved through the southeastern part of Pasadena, damaging numerous homes and trees. Damage in this area was generally rated EF0-EF1, but a few homes did receive EF2 damage ratings. The tornado then moved directly through Deer Park, damaging many homes, businesses, cars, trees, and power lines, the majority of which was rated EF0-EF1. An EF2 damage rating was assigned to a church that had its roof ripped off and south-facing wall collapse on the southwest side of city as well as to a single-family home in the center part of the city that had its roof removed and some exterior walls knocked down. Northeast of Deer Park near the Houston Ship Channel, three high tension electrical towers were flattened; this was only area of damage that was rated low-end EF3. The tornado then moved into the Wooster neighborhood northwest of Baytown, destroying a mobile home and a single-family home, before weakening and dissipating just before crossing the Spur 330 after inflicting some minor roof damage to an Exxon building.[2][46] This was the first EF3 tornado in Harris County since an F3 tornado struck La Porte in 2002.[47]
EF2 SW of Nome Liberty TX 30°00′06″N 94°28′03″W / 30.0016°N 94.4674°W / 30.0016; -94.4674 (Nome (Jan. 24, EF2)) 21:27–21:28 0.33 mi (0.53 km) 50 yd (46 m) A brief, but strong tornado quickly developed and struck a home, which had its roof removed, windows shattered, and mud splattered on all sides of it. A roof was lifted off a storage shed and a barn was destroyed, injuring a horse. Despite the short damage path, debris from the structures was lofted at least 2 miles (3.2 km) to the north.[2][48]
EF1 Taylor Landing Jefferson TX 29°49′59″N 94°11′59″W / 29.833°N 94.1996°W / 29.833; -94.1996 (Taylor Landing (Jan. 24, EF1)) 22:05–22:12 5.5 mi (8.9 km) 75 yd (69 m) This low-end EF1 tornado struck Taylor Landing. It mostly caused minor damage to roofs, along with uprooted trees, and destroyed private fences.[49]
EF1 Northwestern Bridge City Orange TX 30°01′55″N 93°54′30″W / 30.032°N 93.9084°W / 30.032; -93.9084 (Bridge City (Jan. 24, EF1)) 22:23–22:29 2.28 mi (3.67 km) 75 yd (69 m) Trees, roofs, and electrical transmission lines were damaged.[50]
EF2 W of Orangefield, TX to Northwestern Orange, TX to W of Vinton, LA Orange (TX), Calcasieu (LA) TX, LA 30°04′N 93°53′W / 30.07°N 93.89°W / 30.07; -93.89 (Orangefield (Jan. 24, EF2)) 22:28–22:42 13.37 mi (21.52 km) 500 yd (460 m) This strong tornado reached its peak intensity shortly after touching down near Orangefield, where frame homes and mobile homes were heavily damaged. Elsewhere along the path, multiple metal manufacturing buildings, outbuildings, power poles, trees, and homes suffered minor to moderate damage. Two people were injured.[2][51]
EF1 NW of Vinton (1st tornado) Calcasieu LA 30°13′29″N 93°38′51″W / 30.2248°N 93.6475°W / 30.2248; -93.6475 (Vinton (Jan. 24, EF1)) 22:44–22:46 1.4 mi (2.3 km) 75 yd (69 m) Sections of roofing were ripped off a mobile home and an outbuilding. Trees were damaged.[52]
EF1 NW of Vinton (2nd tornado) Calcasieu LA 30°11′25″N 93°41′19″W / 30.1902°N 93.6886°W / 30.1902; -93.6886 (Vinton (Jan. 24, EF1)) 22:45–22:55 11.19 mi (18.01 km) 300 yd (270 m) Several residential homes, RVs, and mobile homes were severely damaged, including two mobile homes that were completely destroyed. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted. This tornado may be a continuation of the Orange County, Texas, tornado.[53]
EF2 N of Sulphur to Gaytine Calcasieu, Beauregard LA 30°21′28″N 93°21′48″W / 30.3578°N 93.3634°W / 30.3578; -93.3634 (Sulphur (Jan. 24, EF2)) 23:06–23:18 12.7 mi (20.4 km) 300 yd (270 m) This strong tornado moved directly through the Gaytine community. Along the path, several frame homes suffered severe damage, including some that had exterior walls knocked down and roofs partially or completely torn off. A metal building system suffered significant roof damage and a pull, which was supporting an awning, that was concreted into the ground was ripped out. A mobile home was rolled and destroyed, outbuildings were damaged or destroyed, and a fifth wheel trailer was overturned. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted as well, some of which fell on homes. Three people were injured.[2][54]
EF1 NW of Gaytine to E of Ragley Beauregard LA 30°27′40″N 93°14′26″W / 30.4612°N 93.2406°W / 30.4612; -93.2406 (Gaytine (Jan. 24, EF1)) 23:12–23:19 7.2 mi (11.6 km) 75 yd (69 m) This tornado was a northern twin to the above tornado and tracked over mostly open fields or forested areas. Some outbuildings and a shop were damaged, power poles were leaned over, and trees were snapped or uprooted.[54]
EF1 Ventress Pointe Coupee LA 30°41′07″N 91°25′08″W / 30.6854°N 91.4189°W / 30.6854; -91.4189 (Ventress (Jan. 24, EF1)) 01:39–01:40 0.35 mi (0.56 km) 30 yd (27 m) Three unanchored or poorly anchored mobile homes were destroyed by this brief low-end EF1 tornado. The first one, which was abandoned, was rolled while the second one was tossed into the third. Elsewhere along the path, shingle and siding damage and tree damage were observed. Three people were injured.[55]
EF1 NE of Bayou Cane Lafourche LA 29°40′09″N 90°41′59″W / 29.6691°N 90.6998°W / 29.6691; -90.6998 (Bayou Cane (Jan. 24, EF1)) 04:01–04:02 0.19 mi (0.31 km) 50 yd (46 m) This brief tornado flipped an RV that was not tied down and caused minor damage to a nearby fence. A house had a large piece of roof removed while another home suffered minor damage. A barn was damaged after being shifted off its foundation as well.[55]

January 25 event

List of confirmed tornadoes – Wednesday, January 25, 2023[note 1]
EF# Location County / Parish State Start Coord. Time (UTC) Path length Max width Summary
EF0 SE of Bunker Walton FL 30°21′21″N 86°02′36″W / 30.3557°N 86.0433°W / 30.3557; -86.0433 (Bunker (Jan. 25, EF0)) 11:15–11:17 0.57 mi (0.92 km) 75 yd (69 m) A brief, weak tornado caused tree damage in a heavily wooded area.[56]
EF0 S of Estiffanulga Liberty FL 30°17′19″N 85°02′08″W / 30.2885°N 85.0355°W / 30.2885; -85.0355 (Estiffanulga (Jan. 25, EF0)) 13:34–13:35 0.47 mi (0.76 km) 50 yd (46 m) A brief, weak tornado caused minor damage to a single-family home and flipped an adjacent outbuilding into a nearby tree line.[56]
EF1 SSW of Tallahassee Leon FL 30°19′02″N 84°22′52″W / 30.3172°N 84.3812°W / 30.3172; -84.3812 (Tallahassee (Jan. 25, EF1)) 15:23–15:27 3.26 mi (5.25 km) 550 yd (500 m) Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted in the Apalachicola National Forest south of the Tallahassee International Airport.[57]

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