The map of the tornadoes
Tornado 0:A thin rope touches down staying very still while a large wedge tornado forms to its south, this can be seen in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgSeboBrsTA
Tornado 1:This one is well known and in the NWS list as B1 it was originaly part of the main ef5 , but later found out to be 2 tornadoes , was rated EF3 and is known as the “Angry octopuss” by some. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h84yTNXCXPQ https://www.weather.gov/oun/events-20110524-tornado-b1
Tornado 2:The EF5 it self , with wind speed measurement of 280-295+ MPH , did some of the most intense damage at the cactus oil rig , it also horribly deformed human body’s like the jarrell tornado of 1997. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6nZNzpTgFxQ https://www.weather.gov/oun/events-20110524-tornado-b2
Tornado 3:Tornado or funnel cloud seen in one video , its very hard to tell if its dust or its rainbands under it , however its more then half way towards the ground , likely a very weak EF0 , got absorbed by the EF5 while it was doing EF4+ damage. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5bUHt3fE8Y
The path of the EF5 and the possible tornado with the position of the storm chaser seen in the video above. EF0 = blue EF1 = green EF2 = yellow EF3 = orange EF4 = Red EF4+ = Pink , this is a sneak peak of a colab im doing with some one.
Tornado 4: Read more about this one here https://journals.ametsoc.org/mwr/article/143/8/3025/72098/Documenting-a-Rare-Tornado-Merger-Observed-in-the , it is said to be a separate meso , that it and the EF5 merged without one winning , therefor its hard to tell if this counts as the end of the EF5 path or not?
Tornado 5: also known as B3 it is known by the NWS and listed , while no proof of its damage , the video and photos as seen above show it was on the ground. https://www.weather.gov/oun/events-20110524-tornado-b3
Tornado 6: This was after the EF5 died known as Tornado B4 was rated EF2 , this one unlike the others are not mix as part of the EF5 , but put it here since it was part of the same supercell. https://www.weather.gov/oun/events-20110524-tornado-b4