Schuyler County Tornadoes, 1950 to 2013

Schuyler County tornadoes since 1950
Legend

20 TORNADOES were reported in Schuyler County, Illinois between 01/01/1950 and 12/31/2013.

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Mag:
Dth:
Inj:
PrD:
CrD:
Magnitude
Deaths
Injuries
Property Damage
Crop Damage
Illinois
Location or County Date Time Type Mag Dth Inj PrD CrD
SCHUYLER 12/03/1955 04:00 PM Tornado F1 0 0 35K 0
Rushville 03/14/1957 02:00 PM Tornado F2 0 0 25K 0
3 SCHUYLER 09/26/1959 03:15 PM Tornado F1 0 0 N/A N/A
SCHUYLER 12/04/1973 09:20 AM Tornado F1 0 0 0K 0
Littleton 06/21/1974 08:17 PM Tornado F1 0 0 0K 0
Brooklyn 06/08/1981 06:56 PM Tornado F0 0 0 0K 0
Littleton 06/21/1981 07:56 PM Tornado F3 1 12 2.5M 0
Rushville 05/30/1982 01:45 PM Tornado F0 0 0 0K 0
Camden 03/27/1985 11:20 PM Tornado F1 0 0 3K 0
10 Brooklyn 03/08/1990 03:20 PM Tornado F2 0 0 250K 0
11 Rushville 11/27/1990 01:15 PM Tornado F2 0 0 250K 0
12 Littleton 06/24/1993 07:28 PM Tornado F0 0 0 0 0
13 Littleton 05/12/1998 05:28 PM Tornado F0 0 0 0 0
14 Camden 06/14/1998 04:23 PM Tornado F0 0 0 0 0
15 Pleasant View 06/14/1998 04:56 PM Tornado F0 0 0 0 0
16 Rushville 06/01/1999 04:05 PM Tornado F0 0 0 60K 0
17 Rushville 05/10/2003 07:10 PM Tornado F0 0 0 0 0
18 Rushville 05/10/2003 07:14 PM Tornado F2 0 0 0 0
19 Huntsville 05/02/2004 02:55 PM Tornado F0 0 0 0 0
20 Littleton 06/10/2011 06:05 PM Tornado EF0 0 0 0 0
TOTALS: 1 12 3.088M 0

 


 

Details:

  1. 12/3/1955:  Touched down near the La Moine RIver 6 miles northeast of Mt. Sterling, and tracked across far southern Schuyler County to near Beardstown.
  2. 3/14/1957:  Two mile long tornado path affecting Rushville.  A veterinary office was destroyed, with only some outside walls left standing.
  3. 9/26/1959:  Touched down in Brown County near Buckhorn, and moved northeast across the Mt. Sterling area to near Rushville.
  4. 12/4/1973:  This late-season tornado touched down between Rushville and Browning.
  5. 6/21/1974:  Touched down about 3-4 miles west-northwest of Littleton.
  6. 6/8/1981:  Touched down near Brooklyn.
  7. 6/21/1981:  This tornado initially touched down near the Mississippi River near Warsaw (south of Keokuk, IA), and intermittantly touched down as it moved across southern Hancock County.  In Schuyler County, it took a 9 mile path, affecting Littleton and Ray.  Half of Littleton was damaged or destroyed by this F3 tornado, with 1 person killed.  Sixteen farms between Littleton and Ray suffered damage or destruction to buildings.  Property damage in the county was estimated at $2.5 million.
  8. 5/30/1982:  Touched down in Rushville.
  9. 3/27/1985:  This tornado was on the ground for 3 miles, passing southwest through southeast of Camden.
  10. 3/8/1990:  This tornado first touched down about 2 miles south of Augusta.  It took an intermittant path across Schuyler County, passing south of Littleton, before affecting Astoria in southwest Fulton County.  Most of the time on the ground in Schuyler County was in rural areas around Brooklyn.
  11. 11/27/1990:  This tornado moved northeast from the southern edge of Rushville, and was on the ground for about 5 miles.  Three homes were severely damaged or destroyed, with 4 others damaged as well.
  12. 6/24/1993:  Brief touchdown reported 2 miles west of Littleton, causing no damage.
  13. 5/12/1998:  Brief touchdown 2 miles west of Littleton.
  14. 6/14/1998:  Brief touchdown just outside of Camden.
  15. 6/14/1998:  Brief touchdown 2 miles southeast of Pleasant View.
  16. 6/1/1999:  This tornado touched down about 5.5 miles northwest of Rushville, and took a 5 mile path to the northeast.  It caused about $60,000 worth of damage.
  17. 5/10/2003:  This tornado moved northeast out of Brown County, and was only on the ground briefly in Schuyler County before lifting.
  18. 5/10/2003:  On the ground for 6 miles west and northwest of Rushville.  It destroyed a house, and destroyed or damaged several outbuildings.
  19. 5/2/2004:  Brief touchdown in a field northwest of Huntsville.
  20. 6/10/2011:  Brief touchdown in a field southwest of Littleton.

 


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