A supercell thunderstorm spawned a series of two EF-0 tornadoes in southwest Missouri as it moved across the region on December 27. The first tornado touched down at approximately 9:16 AM on the 27th just north of Powell, Missouri in McDonald county. The tornado was on the ground for approximately one tenth of a mile, and the path width was 20 yards. This tornado resulted primarily in tree damage, and wind speeds were estimated at 70 mph.
The same supercell thunderstorm spawned a second tornado in Barry county. This tornado touched down at approximately 9:26 AM just north of the community of Pulaskifield (about 5 miles southwest of Monett). The path lenght was also one tenth of a mile with a tornado path width of 30 yards. This tornado was responsible for tree damage, as well is destroying a barn roof. Wind speeds were estimated at 70 mph.
Below are the approximate tornado tracks in 1.) McDonald county, and 2.) Barry county.