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The Tornado outbreak of November 9–11, 2002 was a large, widespread and rare outbreak of storms that occurred during the late afternoon hours on November 9 through the early morning hours on Veterans Day, November 11, 2002. The event is commonly referred to as the Veterans Day weekend tornado outbreak. Eighty-three tornadoes hit 17 states. Twelve tornadoes killed 36 people in five states. This ranks as the third largest outbreak ever recorded in November.

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  • The Tornado outbreak of November 9–11, 2002 was a large, widespread and rare outbreak of storms that occurred during the late afternoon hours on November 9 through the early morning hours on Veterans Day, November 11, 2002. The event is commonly referred to as the Veterans Day weekend tornado outbreak. Eighty-three tornadoes hit 17 states. Twelve tornadoes killed 36 people in five states. This ranks as the third largest outbreak ever recorded in November.
  • The Tornado outbreak of November 9–11, 2002 was a large, widespread and rare outbreak of storms that occurred during the late afternoon hours on November 9 through the early morning hours on Veterans Day, November 11, 2002. The event is commonly referred to as the Veterans Day weekend tornado outbreak. In all, 83 tornadoes hit 17 states, including 12 tornadoes that killed 36 people in five states. This ranks as the third largest outbreak ever recorded in November.
  • The Tornado outbreak of November 9–11, 2002 was a large, widespread and rare outbreak of storms that occurred during the late afternoon hours on November 9 through the early morning hours on Veterans Day, November 11, 2002. The event is commonly referred to as the Veterans Day weekend tornado outbreak. In all, 88 tornadoes hit 17 states, including 12 tornadoes that killed 36 people in five states. This ranks as the third largest outbreak ever recorded in November.
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  • The Tornado outbreak of November 9–11, 2002 was a large, widespread and rare outbreak of storms that occurred during the late afternoon hours on November 9 through the early morning hours on Veterans Day, November 11, 2002. The event is commonly referred to as the Veterans Day weekend tornado outbreak. Eighty-three tornadoes hit 17 states. Twelve tornadoes killed 36 people in five states. This ranks as the third largest outbreak ever recorded in November.
  • The Tornado outbreak of November 9–11, 2002 was a large, widespread and rare outbreak of storms that occurred during the late afternoon hours on November 9 through the early morning hours on Veterans Day, November 11, 2002. The event is commonly referred to as the Veterans Day weekend tornado outbreak. In all, 83 tornadoes hit 17 states, including 12 tornadoes that killed 36 people in five states. This ranks as the third largest outbreak ever recorded in November.
  • The Tornado outbreak of November 9–11, 2002 was a large, widespread and rare outbreak of storms that occurred during the late afternoon hours on November 9 through the early morning hours on Veterans Day, November 11, 2002. The event is commonly referred to as the Veterans Day weekend tornado outbreak. In all, 88 tornadoes hit 17 states, including 12 tornadoes that killed 36 people in five states. This ranks as the third largest outbreak ever recorded in November.
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