Tornado numbers still at all-time lows for the modern record.
No big shocker here. Oklahoma shares the top of the list of states with the most tornadoes rated either F5 or EF5 since 1950. But Ohio isn't too far behind.
The Moore tornado on May 20, 2013 was Oklahoma's 7th, tying it with Alabama, which saw two in one day in 2011.
Kansas, Texas and Iowa round out the Top 5 big tornado producers, with six each.
In all, 59 tornadoes in 19 states have reached the maximum wind speed rating used by the National Weather Service.
Nebraska and Missouri, two states nestled in the heart of most Tornado Alley maps, have only combined for three F5 or EF5s. That's equal to or less than the states above and Wisconsin (3), Ohio and Mississippi (4 each).
Here's a complete list of F5/EF5 tornadoes by state.
1t. Oklahoma 7
1t. Alabama 7
3t. Kansas 6
3t. Texas 6
3t. Iowa 6
6t. Ohio 4
6t. Mississippi 4
8. Wisconsin 3
9t. Missouri 2
9t. Michigan 2
9t. Illinois 2
9t. Minnesota 2
9t. North Dakota 2
18t. Nebraska 1
18t. Kentucky 1
18t. Indiana 1
18t. Louisiana 1
18t. Tennessee 1
18t. South Dakota 1
Source: National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center
It's official, an EF1 tornado touches down south of Orrville in Wayne County.
The deadliest tornado in Ohio actually occurred in Lorain on June 28, 1924.