Between 1951 and 2022, there have been 469 tornadoes in California, more than six per year.
A tornado formed in Montebello, Calif. on Wednesday, damaging industrial building roofs, cars, an injuring at least one person.
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But the city, sitting east of East Los Angeles and southwest of San Gabriel Valley, is not the only area to see a tornado in the state.
In fact, there have been 469 tornadoes reported between 1951 and 2022, according to data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
On average, that's more than six per year. In the last three decades, there has been an average of more than nine in the state.
Los Angeles County has had the most tornadoes since 1951, at 45 reported.
Followed by San Bernardino County at 33, Fresno County at 31 and Orange County at 31.
Of course, that's nowhere near some other states. Kansas, for example, saw 332 tornadoes reported between 2017 and 2022, an average of 55 per year. Oklahoma saw 494 tornadoes reported in those six years, an average of 82 per year.
But that doesn't mean Californians haven't felt the impacts:
See our map below for more on the tornadoes that have hit California in the last seven decades.