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The Super Outbreak of tornadoes over the central and eastern United States on 3-4 April 1974 remains the most outstanding severe convective weather episode on record in the continental United States. The outbreak far surpassed previous and succeeding events in severity, longevity, and extent. In this paper, surface, upper-air, radar, and satellite data are used to provide an updated synoptic and subsynoptic overview of the event. Emphasis is placed on identifying the major factors thatdoi:10.1175/2009waf2222297.1 fatcat:u4tbh4zywjgzfeq3ap6je7l53m