Moore, Oklahoma, Tornado Maps

The 2013 Moore tornado was a deadly tornado that occurred on the afternoon of May 20, 2013. The EF5 tornado, with peak winds estimated at 210 miles per hour (340 km/h), impacted Moore, Oklahoma, and adjacent areas. Esri's mapping technology and demographic data provided up-to-date information about the storm's powerful impact to people and infrastructure. For media inquiries, contact us at newsmaps@esri.com.

Moore Public Information Map

Moore Public Information Map

Explore the path of the tornado and its estimated damage radius and view schools in the area overlaid on 2012 population density data from Esri. View map

Moore Swipe Map

Moore Swipe Map

This swipe map allows you to see the pre- and post-event aerial imagery in the Moore Tornado's path, post imagery from Bearing Tree Land Survey. View map

Moore Local Impact Map

Moore Local Impact Map

Click through the tabs beneath the map to learn more about the people in the affected area. View map

User Map Gallery

User Map Gallery

This gallery showcases web maps and applications created by Esri users focusing on the Moore tornado. View map

Post-Tornado Imagery Map

Post-Tornado Imagery Map

Aerial imagery over the tornado path in Moore Oklahoma (Source: Bearing Tree Land Survey). View map

Pre-Tornado Imagery Map

Pre-Tornado Imagery Map

Imagery Basemap over Moore, OK.
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Compare the Moore Tornados

Compare the Moore Tornados

Side by side maps for the three tornadoes in Moore, OK in 1999, 2003, and 2013.
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Tornado Blue Roof Photo Tour

Tornado Blue Roof Photo Tour

Aerial photographs from the Civil Air Patrol over the tornado path in Moore, Oklahoma.
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