The May 6, 2016 tornado outbreak was a tornado outbreak that caused at least 8 tornadoes and more than 10 deaths.
May 6 eventEdit
|F#||Location||County/District||State||Path Length||Max. Width||Comments/Info.|
|F0||E of Troy||Tomb||WY||1 mile||30 yds.||A very brief tornado scattered small fragments of trees and ripped shingles off of at least 13 homes.|
|F0||SW of Jalisco||Crest||JT||0.6 miles||50 yds.||A high-end F0 tornado destroyed a barn near the community of Jalisco.|
|F1||East Carbondale area||Crest||JT||3.7 miles||325 yds.||A tornado damaged at least 85 homes and businesses along a three-and-seven-tenths-mile path. Mid-grade F1 damage occurred to a poorly built home when its roof partially blew off. A neighborhood of 25 homes sustained major damage to vinyl sidings and roof material, such as shingles, roof awnings, etc., and moved a shed at least three feet off of its foundation but was still in tact. The last noted damage was to trees in a park before dissipating.|
|F2||East Carbondale area||Crest||JT||8.1 miles||200 yds.||2 deaths - A large tornado followed the same path as the first tornado, causing major damage to homes that were already damaged or destroyed by the first tornado.|
|F1||W of East Carbondale||Crest||JT||1.6 miles||155 yds.||Two barns were destroyed on a farm.|