Has a tornado has ever hit the same spot twice?
Definitely, yes. Weather phenomena do not “remember” past events and therefore do not avoid repetitious occurrences. Thelma Holt can testify to that. Her house, located in Moore, Okla., a south suburb of Oklahoma City, experienced not two but three direct strikes from tornadoes in less than five years: on Oct. 4, 1998, on May 3, 1999, and May 8, 2003. The first two tornadoes caused repairable damage but the third tornado destroyed the structure.
The likelihood that a tornado will strike a particular spot in the United States is greatest in the Central and South Great Plains, but estimates of strike frequency vary greatly, ranging from once in 400 years to once every 4,000 years for a powerful tornado.