Welcome to the Storm Prediction Center's Severe Weather Event Archive search engine and listing. The first event in this archive occurred on January 3, 2000. We continue to archive significant severe weather events through the present day based on a variety of conditions and thresholds. You can access those archived events by using the simple search engine below. When this page is first loaded, the listing shows the most recently archived events. You can list all the days in the archive by simply clicking on the "Retrieve Events" button below. When you click on a particular date in the archive listing you will be brought to the Severe Weather Event Review Page for that date. A left-hand menu with links to products, loops, and other data related to that particular severe weather event is available to browse a particular event, or you can move forward and backward across events by using the dated links at the top of the left hand menu of the Severe Weather Event Review Page. To return to this search page, use the "Search All Events" link at the bottom of the left-hand menu of any of the Severe Weather Event Review Page.
Many people have played important roles over the years in making this archive possible. You can see them credited on the acknowledgements page here.
The purpose of this resource is discussed in this Introduction to the Archive, available here. (Please note: we are in the process of determining new criteria for event case selection so the information on the introduction page may be a bit dated but will be updated to reflect the changes in case selection over the next few months.)
A resource like this requires continued support from users and those who benefit from the historic content that is maintained here. We certainly appreciate your feedback and suggestions but please understand that these pages and the data that they contain are not to be considered operationally supported on a 24-hour/7-days a week basis. Please provide us with your feedback via this link. Thank you.