, In Cordova, numerous homes and manufactured houses were either damaged or destroyed in this area along with many trees being downed. , All roads in and out of Ringgold were closed until the morning of April 29; after roads leading to the affected areas were re-opened, residents and business owners were allowed to return, being allowed entry only by providing identification, and informing police a reason why they were entering into the area, in order to curb looting in the storm-damaged areas. In addition to the events listed below, two other tornadoes, one in the Philippines and Taiwan, also touched down. The tornado outbreak sequence of May 21–26, 2011 was one of the largest tornado outbreaks on record which affected the Midwestern and Southern regions of the United States. NSSL has released this image documenting the rotation tracks of the devastating tornadoes on May 22. During that period seven tornadoes touched down in Mississippi.  The tornado continued to level additional homes as it passed near Henagar and Ider.  Two people were killed and 25 more injured in Tushka.  The last tornadoes of the outbreak touched down that afternoon in eastern North Carolina, which was hard hit in the April 16 outbreak, though the tornadoes that impacted the area this time around were weak. Tornado warnings are streaching from North Dakota to Kansas. Radar loop of the supercell responsible for producing the Etna-Denning tornado. Spring commencement ceremonies were postponed until August 6. A semi-truck was thrown a considerable distance and destroyed in this area, and at one residence that was swept away, part of the concrete foundation slab was pulled up and dislodged slightly. Both the radar and radome encasing the radar were blown off and destroyed, leaving just the tower standing. On March 23, more tornadoes and severe weather developed with the most significant tornadoes touching down in East Tennessee where significant damage was reported. That afternoon, Mississippi State University spotters confirmed a large tornado in east-central Mississippi and west-central Alabama and another tornado emergency was issued. Reaching estimated maximum winds of 145 mph (233 km/h), the tornado continued on its northeast track, crossing County Roads 18 and 21, Alabama State Highway 69, and County Road 29 as it moved south and east of the small communities of Harper Hill and Ingram. Overall, damage from the outbreak totaled US$123.3 million, most of which was related to tornadoes. Zooming to the neighborhood level will not show the precise path. , A total of 56 severe weather watches were issued by the Storm Prediction Center (SPC) over those four days in the outbreak area.  At 12:50 p.m. CDT, the SPC issued a Particularly Dangerous Situation (PDS) tornado watch for parts of central Oklahoma, including Oklahoma City and northern Texas, in effect until 10:00 p.m. The initial derecho formed on the afternoon of June 12 and tracked across a large section of the Midwestern United States, the central Appalachians, and the Mid-Atlantic states before moving into the Atlantic Ocean during the morning of June 13. However, the current count of strong tornadoes was three EF-5s, 12 EF-4s, and 21 EF3s.  Due to intensity of the damage in this area, surveyors noted that the tornado was "plausibly EF5" as it clipped the north side of Blanchard, though the fact that the homes swept away were missing some of their anchor bolt washers led to a high-end EF4 rating being assigned instead. Two fatalities were also reported in Pulaski County, Arkansas. Because of this, more than one million customers were without power and had no warning of any approaching tornadoes later that day. It crossed into Georgia near Fox Mountain as an EF1 with winds of 110 mph (180 km/h). Once again, a moderate risk of severe weather was issued on May 23—this time for the southern Plains and the lower Great Lakes. , The tornado then moved into Tennessee and continued south of Huntland.  At least 37 people were injured and a 61-year-old worker at a salt mine was killed as winds of 300 km/h (190 mph; 160 kn) raged. , There were 61 tornadoes reported in the US in February, of which 68 were confirmed. Many of the storms within the squall line became severe and produced tornadoes. Several structures were damaged or destroyed and two people were injured. Recently searched locations will be displayed if there is no search query.  The tornado killed three people, injured eight others, and caused $1.1 million in damage across its path. Vehicles were also thrown, including a school bus that was completely stripped down to its chassis.  Also on April 29, he approved a federal disaster declaration for seven Mississippi counties: Clarke, Greene, Hinds, Jasper, Kemper, Lafayette, and Monroe. The most significant tornado was in the southeastern part of Nashville, Tennessee where significant damage was reported near Hickory Hollow Mall and near Percy Priest Lake in the evening (with widespread wind damage all across Middle Tennessee), and a tornado emergency was declared shortly thereafter for areas to the northeast in Wilson County where another tornado touched down with injuries. Further to the south, a mile-wide EF3 tornado killed 7 people in mostly rural areas and caused major damage in the small town of Eoline.