F4 F5 Violent Tornado Outbreak Oklahoma Tornado Video Footage





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Published on Jan 28, 2007

This rare footage of a violent F5 tornado (see below) was captured on April 26, 1991 near Red Rock, OK, shot by Warren Faidley.

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F5. Although the Red Rock tornado was recorded by the NWS as an F4, portable research doppler data measured winds 257-268 mph, thus exceeding the threshold of an F5 at 261 mph.

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