In terms of broad overview (that might me more manageable before you finally quit) you could do overviews of the concept of 'Dixie Alley', you could summarize some notable Dixie events, such as Natchez 1840, March 1875, April 20, 1920 and the 1932 outbreak and perhaps merge your 1884 Enigma article with it, combining several outbreaks that are poorly documented into a single manageable article (not sure if that makes sense but oh well I'm drinking a bit too lol). The 1966 Candlestick Park tornado could be another good idea for your blog, as it's just a single tornado (yeah, I'm sure it was actually a family of 3-4 separate tornadoes, but you get the idea) and it wasn't part of a larger outbreak, so probably wouldn't be too hard to find information on. Heck, I got a ton of photographs from that outbreak on my computer if you need them.So, hypothetically, if I were to do one more article (primarily focused on a single tornado to keep the workload more manageable), what would y'all like to see? A few I've considered at various points: 1899 New Richmond, 1913 Omaha, 1980 Grand Island "Night of the Twisters," 1966 Topeka, 1990 Plainfield, 2013 Moore, 2008 Parkersburg, 1919 Fergus Falls, 2011 El Reno/Chickasha/Goldsby, 1955 Blackwell/Udall, 2018 Carr Fire/Redding Fire Tornado, etc.
I've also kicked around the idea of doing a different form of article, but I'm not sure what. Maybe some kind of very broad overview of the worst outbreaks (though that's less interesting IMO), a rundown of some of the "strongest ever" contenders, maybe something breaking down the most extraordinary specific instances/types of damage or whatever.
Not sure what, if anything, I'll do from here, but I have to admit getting back into it has reminded me why I love it. Anyway, been drinking a bit so hopefully I'm not rambling too much lol
In terms of other smaller, localized events you could do also do the 1957 Ruskin Heights tornado (definitely overlooked if you live outside of the KC metro area) or 1985 Niles-Wheatland tornado, although that one is part of a larger outbreak which you might not want to do, not sure. Given how unusual the 1985 outbreak is I think it'd deserve a thorough treatment from your blog. For stuff outside the states you could do the 1987 Edmonton event, as it's probably the most violent tornado to form that far north and probably caused some of the most intense damage that was well-documented and outside of the United States.
Total shot in the dark here but it'd be awesome if you could do something on the 1995 Pampa, TX tornado and small regional outbreak associated with it (perhaps you could interview damage surveyors or stormchasers from that day as the damage survey results seem to have been accidentally discarded). Hopefully you don't close up shop too soon on your blog.