An EF0 tornado is the weakest tornado on the Enhanced Fujita Scale. An EF0 will have wind speeds between 65 and 85 mph (105 and 137 km/h). The damage from an EF0 tornado will be minor. On the now retired Fujita Scale, the tornado damage scale that the Enhanced Fujita Scale replaced, an EF0 tornado use to be an F0 tornado. An F0 tornado had wind speeds less than 73 mph (116 km/h).
An EF0 tornado, the weakest tornado on the Enhanced Fujita scale, will cause minor damage. EF0 wind speeds can peel the material off from some roofs. Siding and gutters will be damaged. Trees will have their branches broken, and small trees with shallow roots will be uprooted from the ground.
Below is a list of the top three deadliest EF0 tornadoes between Feb 1st, 2007 and 2017.
Below are photos of some EF0 tornadoes throughout history.