That's according to survey data released today by the National Weather Service (NWS) office in Little Rock.
The NWS says the tornado first touched down about three miles outside of Thornton in Calhoun County, where damage was mostly limited to trees.
The twister continued on to Fordyce in Dallas County where it left significant damage to houses northwest of the city. A country club was also damaged, along with a set of transmission towers.
The tornado roared on into Cleveland County, damaging trees and destroying a Kingsland church built in 1852, before finally going back up into the clouds about five miles southwest of Rison.
The NWS says its surveyors now plan to visit Jefferson County to look at more possible tornado damage from Sunday's storms.
NWS photos of Fordyce tornado damage: