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The Tornado traveled in a mostly northernly direction. In the paths represented in the maps below, the direction of travel is from the bottom to the top.

Interactive Google Map
This is the best way to look at the tornado path and its destruction.  You can click on the icons to get photos and information relative to the area on the map.

Created in July 2007

 

Detailed Map with Tornado Damage Path
This map will open in another window. Be sure to enlarge the map and scroll to the locations you wish to view.

Using the the above photo, aligning the streets, I overlaid the path onto my GPS software map. The accuracy is only approximate. It is to be used only as a general reference. Some areas within the shaded region may or may not have been actually affected by the tornado.

Created in 2005, map dated c2003
File size - 1.4mb, a very large file

 

Aerial Photo with Tornado Damage Path
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Created c1977
File size - 2.5mb
Photo courtesy of Disaster Response: The 1975 Omaha Tornado

 

Simple Map with General Tornado Path
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Created c1975
File size - 233kb
Map courtesy of the Nation Weather Service Central Region Headquarters.