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20090604's Storm Report (1200 UTC - 1159 UTC)
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Map of 090604_rpts's severe weather reports
Note: All data are considered preliminary
Tornado Reports (in CSV format)
TimeLocationCountyStateLatLonComments
1510 4 E TALLAHASSEE LEON FL3044 8421 CONFIRMED BRIEF TORNADO TOUCHDOWN AT APALACHEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. MAJOR DAMAGE TO A PORTION OF THE ROOF OF THE MAIN BUILDING. THE DAMAGE WAS CONFINED TO A SMALL AREA GE (TAE)
2006 6 W BRUNSWICK GLYNN GA3114 8157 AN NWS STORM SURVEY DETERMINED THERE TO BE A BRIEF TORNADO TOUCHDOWN LESS THAN A QUARTER OF A MILE EAST OF THE INTERSTATE 95 AND HIGHWAY 17 JUNCTION...ALSO KNOWN AS OCE (JAX)
2235 PEORIA LINN OR444512320 PUBLIC CALLER CALLED KVAL TV IN EUGNE AND SWORE THAT HE SAW A TORNADO DROP DOWN AND TEAR THE CORNER OF THE ROOF OFF A BUILDING ON HIS PROPERTY (PQR)
2308 1 N VEGA OLDHAM TX352610243 BROADCAST MEDIA REPORTED A LANDSPOUT TORNADO 1 MILE NORTH OF VEGA. RATED EF-0 WITH A WIDTH OF 100 YARDS AND A PATHLENGTH OF 1 MILE. TORNADO WAS ON THE GROUND FOR 3 MINU (AMA)
233314 SW AMARILLO RANDALL TX350610199 AT FM 2219 AND CITY LAKE ROAD (AMA)
2340 7 W CANYON RANDALL TX349810205 WEST OF ARNOT RD AND NORTH OF FM 1062. RATED EF-0 WITH A WIDTH OF 100 YARDS AND AND A PATHLENGTH OF THREE QUARTERS OF A MILE. TORNADO WAS ON THE GROUND FOR 2 MINUTES. (AMA)
Hail Reports (in CSV format)
Time Size LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
1801 75 6 E ROCKY MOUNT FRANKLIN VA3700 7977 PENNY HAIL IN GLADEHILL. (RNK)
1845 75 2 NW PITTSVILLE PITTSYLVANIA VA3701 7949 (RNK)
1951 75 2 ESE DAWSONVILLE ORANGE VA3826 7828 HAIL UP TO PENNY SIZE REPORTED. A LOT OF SMALL HAIL AND GUSTY WINDS. (LWX)
2054100 5 N REDMOND DESCHUTES OR443312117 SPOTTER FROM MADRAS WAS IN TERREBONNE, REPORTING VERY HEAVY RAIN AND HAIL UP TO 1 INCH IN DIAMETER. WINDS 15-20 MPH. (PDT)
2054100 1 S MADRAS JEFFERSON OR446112113 IN TERREBONNE, REPORTING VERY HEAVY RAIN AND HAIL UP TO 1 INCH IN DIAMETER. WINDS 15-20 MPH. (PDT)
2102100 5 NNE MARCOLA LANE OR442312280 1 INCH HAIL AND HEAVY RAIN (PQR)
2102100 5 S BROWNSVILLE LINN OR443212298 1.00 INCH HAIL/HEAVY RAIN (PQR)
2126 88 1 WSW COLORADO CITY PUEBLO CO379410487 (PUB)
2140 88E HARDMAN MORROW OR451711968 A HAIL SHOWER DROPPED PEA TO MARBLE SIZED HAIL, WITH ISOLATED NICKLE SIZED STONES. GUSTS OF 40-45 MPH AND 1/2 INCH OF RAIN IN 20 MINUTES. (PDT)
2206 75 8 SE ROMERO HARTLEY TX356510283 MOSTLY PEA SIZE HAIL WITH SOME PENNIES (AMA)
2220100 2 NW DUMAS MOORE TX358810199 (AMA)
2240 75 5 E DUMAS MOORE TX358610188 (AMA)
2309 88 2 NE WILDORADO OLDHAM TX352410222 (AMA)
2310 75 2 E ADRIAN OLDHAM TX352810263 (AMA)
2312 7511 N GRUVER HANSFORD TX364210141 (AMA)
2317 75 9 WSW WHITES CITY EDDY NM321310452 (MAF)
2340 7512 S ADRIAN DEAF SMITH TX351010266 (AMA)
2352 75 7 N HEREFORD DEAF SMITH TX349210240 (AMA)
0000100 HUNTINGTON BAKER OR443511727 QUARTER-SIZED HAIL REPORTED IN HUNTINGTON. (BOI)
0010100 3 E BOVINA PARMER TX345210284 NICKLE TO QUARTER SIZE HAIL FELL FOR 15 MINUTES (LUB)
0027 75 CHEYENNE LARAMIE WY411510479 IN THE NORTH PART OF TOWN. NORTH YELLOWSTONE. (CYS)
0040 88 3 E EVANSVILLE NATRONA WY428710620 HAIL UP TO NICKEL SIZE FELL FROM 640 TO 655 PM MDT. (RIW)
0043100 2 E CHEYENNE LARAMIE WY411510475 (CYS)
0045100 8 NW MULESHOE PARMER TX343110283 MARBLE TO QUARTERS REPORTED (LUB)
0101 88 MULESHOE BAILEY TX342310273 NICKEL TO DIME SIZE HAIL REPORTED IN MULESHOE. (LUB)
0109 75 2 W EARTH LAMB TX342310244 (LUB)
0142175 2 NNW GROVER WELD CO409010424 (BOU)
0720125 7 ESE SAN JOAQUIN FRESNO CA365712007 ESTIMATED 60 MPH THUNDERSTORM OUTFLOW WINDS FROM THE NORTHEAST. (HNX)
074810010 S KERMAN FRESNO CA365812006 WIDESPREAD HAIL UP TO 1 INCH IN DIAMETER NEAR HELM. OUTFLOW WINDS GUSTED TO ESTIMATED 60 MPH. (HNX)
081510011 NE FIVE POINTS FRESNO CA365411996 (HNX)
Wind Reports (in CSV format)
Time Speed LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
1510UNK 4 E TALLAHASSEE LEON FL3044 8421 MINOR METAL ROOF DAMAGE TO APALACHEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. TIME ESTIMATED FROM RADAR. (TAE)
1735UNK 3 WSW ROCKY MOUNT FRANKLIN VA3699 7993 2 TREES DOWN (RNK)
1815UNK 3 SSW WESTERN SMITH MOU FRANKLIN VA3699 7976 BOAT OVERTURNED. SEVERAL TREES DOWN IN THE GLADEHILL AREA. POSSIBLE TORNADO IN THE GLADEHILL AREA. (RNK)
1925UNK GRETNA PITTSYLVANIA VA3695 7937 SEVERAL TREES DOWN ALONG MUSIC STREET (RNK)
1947UNK FULTON CLARKE AL3179 8773 TREES AND POWERLINES DOWN (MOB)
2000UNK 4 WNW OAK RIDGE ORANGE FL2849 8149 POWER LINES AND TREE DOWN NEAR INTERSECTION OF CONROY WINDERMERE AND DOCTOR PHILLIPS BLVD. SPECIAL UNIT CALLED OUT TO CLEAR TREE FROM ROAD. (MLB)
2002UNK HINESVILLE LIBERTY GA3185 8160 ONE LARGE TREE DOWN ACROSS TOPI TRAIL. (CHS)
2006UNK 6 SW DOCK JUNCTION GLYNN GA3114 8157 THUNDERSTORM DAMAGE WITH A POSSIBLE TORNADO AT SUNOCO GAS STATION NEAR INTERSTATE 95 AND HIGHWAY 17 JUNCTION. WINDOWS WERE BLOWN OUT OF THE GAS STATION AND REAR WALL CO (JAX)
2030UNK 4 WNW CONWAY ORANGE FL2851 8140 POWER LINES AND AWNINGS DOWN. (MLB)
2050UNK 4 S MARLOW EFFINGHAM GA3221 8139 ONE TREE DOWN AT THE INTERSECTION OF HWY 17 AND BLUE JAY ROAD. (CHS)
2102UNK HINESVILLE LIBERTY GA3185 8160 ONE LARGE TREE DOWN ACROSS TOPI TRAIL. (CHS)
2109UNK DE LAND VOLUSIA FL2904 8130 VOLUSIA COUNTY SHERIFF REPORTED POWER LINES DOWN NEAR INTERSECTION OF EAST INTERNATIONAL BLVD. AND CENTRAL PARKWAY. (MLB)
2120UNK 2 NE MADRAS JEFFERSON OR446612110 VERY HEAVY RAIN IN THE PAST 5 MINUTES. SOUTH WIND GUSTS OVER 30 MPH. 2 INCH TREE BRANCHES DOWN. A POWER OUTAGE WAS REPORTED. (PDT)
2200UNK 8 E SEVIERVILLE SEVIER TN3589 8344 ONE TREE DOWN ON SHARP ROAD NEAR JONES COVE RD. REPORTED BY DISPATCH. (MRX)
2220UNK 3 ENE HARRISBURG LINN OR442912312 WINDS MEASURED 71 MPH. SPOTTER IN N LINN COUNTY--NOT AT HOME. 0.71 RAIN IN 20 MINS. PEA SIZE HAIL (PQR)
2230UNK 4 N PEORIA LINN OR445112319 LARGE SECTION OF OAK TREE SPLIT OFF BY THUNDERSTORM WINDS AT OAKVILLE FIRE STATION. TIME OF EVENT ESTIMATED. (PQR)
2230 71 CORVALLIS BENTON OR445712328 (PQR)
2245UNKE MAUPIN WASCO OR451812108 BETWEEN 330 PM TO 340 PM STRONG WINDS BLEW SHINGLES OFF ROOFS, PATIO FURNITURE AROUND, AND PIECES OF PLYWOOD WERE ALSO REPORTED BLOWING AWAY. THE TEMPERATURE DROPPED FR (PDT)
2255UNK DETROIT MARION OR447312215 22 MILES E OF SALEM WINDS ESTIMATED 80 MPH. NUMEROUS TREES DOWN ON HWY 22. REPORT PASSED ON BY A TRAINED WEATHER SPOTTER (PQR)
2302 63 VEGA OLDHAM TX352510243 SCHOOLNET OBSERVATION (AMA)
2305UNKSE INDEPENDENCE POLK OR448612319 SPOTTER PK - 52H REPORTED WINDS 60 MPH AT LINE HIT. 0.41 RAIN IN LESS THAN 20 MINS (PQR)
2315UNK 2 NNW SILVERTON MARION OR450312279 THUNDERSTORM WIND GUSTS SNAPPED COTTONWOOD TREE BRANCHES 10 TO 12 INCHES IN DIAMETER ALONG HIGHWAY 214. ONE OF THESE BRANCHES FELL ON A CHAIN LINK FENCE...DAMAGING THE (PQR)
2320UNK 1 ESE DETROIT MARION OR447312214 NUMEROUS TREES DOWN ON HWY 22. CARS STACKING UP IN GATES. HWY 22 APPEARS TO BE CLOSED FROM GATES MAYBE AS FAR AS SANTIAM JCT DUE TO TREES DOWN ON ROAD (PQR)
2325UNK 3 SW SALEM MARION OR449012306 MICROBURST ON BACK SIDE OF TSTM COMPLEX ESTIMATED 60 MPH. WATER PONDING 8 INCHES DEEP AT LANCASTER MALL IN SE SALEM (PQR)
2330UNK MADRAS JEFFERSON OR446312113 TREES DOWNED BY HIGH WINDS FROM THUNDERSTORM...LARGE AMOUNTS OF HAIL AND HEAVY RAIN CAUSED LOCAL FLOODING THAT EXCEEDED CITYS DRAIN CAPACITY. (PDT)
2330UNK 2 E ST. PAUL MARION OR452112293 LARGE TREE SNAPPED, APPROX 24 INCH DIAMETER, ALONG FRENCH PRAIRIE ROAD. LONGTIME RESIDENT ON PROPERTY DESCRIBES WIND GUSTS AS STRONGEST HE HAS SEEN IN DECADES...ESTIMAT (PQR)
2340UNK SPRAY WHEELER OR448311979 HEAVY WINDS BLEW DOWN TREES THAT ARE 4-6 INCHES IN DIAMETER OR LARGER. A 25 FOOT SECTION OF 1/8 INCH THICK STEEL PANEL WAS BLOWN OFF OF A COW SHELTER. THE OBSERVER WAS (PDT)
2340UNK NEWBERG YAMHILL OR453012297 NUMEROUS LARGE BRANCHES...10 TO 16 INCHES IN DIAMETER... SNAPPED OFF SEVERAL TREES ACROSS TOWN MAINLY DUE TO STRAIGHT LINE THUNDERSTORM WINDS. SOME EVIDENCE OF CIRCULAT (PQR)
2344 75 5 W CANYON RANDALL TX349810201 HIGH WIND REPORTED ALONG HIGHWAY 60 ABOUT 5 MILES WEST OF CANYON (AMA)
2345UNK 7 W CANYON RANDALL TX349810205 BARN DESTROYED AT FM 1062 AND BLESSEN RD. ONE ANIMAL WAS INJURED. (AMA)
2355UNK 5 NW HILLSBORO WASHINGTON OR455712302 WINDS 50 TO 60 MPH IN ADVANCE OF LINE OF THUNDERSTORMS. VISIBILTY 1/4 MI IN BLOWING DUST. LOTS OF DEBRIS BLOWING AROUND. LARGE TREE LIMBS DOWN. (PQR)
2359UNK DAWN DEAF SMITH TX349110220 6 INCH LIMBS DOWN ALONG HIGHWAY 60 AT FM 809 (AMA)
0000UNK HEREFORD DEAF SMITH TX348210240 ROOF BLOWN OFF AT LUMBER YARD AND SMALL TREE LIMBS DOWN. (AMA)
0030UNK 3 ESE PORTLAND AIRPORT MULTNOMAH OR455712254 ESTIMATED 50 TO 60 MPH WINDS KNOCKED DOWN A TREE IN THE NWS PORTLAND OFFICE PARKING LOT...ALSO A LARGE BRANCH WAS SNAPPED OFF ANOTHER TREE ON THE PROPERTY. (PQR)
0041 59 HAPPY SWISHER TX347410186 KVII SCHOOLNET OBSERVATION (LUB)
0045UNKE VERNONIA COLUMBIA OR458612318 TREE DOWN ACROSS ROAD IN BANKS AREA. (PQR)
0050UNK 4 E BRIDGEBORO WORTH GA3140 8391 POSSIBLE TORNADO DAMAGED THE ROOFS OF THREE MOBILE HOMES ON BRIDGEBORO ANDERSON CITY ROAD. ONE ROOF SUFFERED SIGNIFICANT TO TOTAL DAMAGE WITH THE OTHER TWO SUSTAINING M (TAE)
0143UNK PENDLETON UMATILLA OR456711882 FIRE STATION RECEIVED REPORTS OF TREES DOWNED FROM THUNDERSTORM WINDS IN TWO LOCATIONS OF TOWN OF REITH. (PDT)
0145 59 TATUM LEA NM332610332 (MAF)
0216UNK WALLA WALLA WALLA WALLA WA460711834 WINDS ESTIMATED AT 55-60 MPH RIPPED AWNINGS OFF OF TRAVEL TRAILERS, AND SNAPPED TREE LIMBS AT 6 INCHES OF DIAMETER. (PDT)
0235 70 6 NW ROPESVILLE HOCKLEY TX334810223 PEA TO DIME SIZE HAIL COVERING THE GROUND AS WELL. (LUB)
0237 74 REESE CENTER LUBBOCK TX335910203 WEST TEXAS MESONET (LUB)
0310 77 BROWNFIELD TERRY TX331810227 (LUB)
0450 60 3 N LOVINGTON LEA NM329910335 2 DISTRIBUTION POWER POLES BLOWN DOWN (MAF)
Full report in comma-separated values (CSV) format and in KML format.
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Hail Sizes in 1/100 of an Inch (75 = 0.75")
LAT/LON in decimal degrees to two decimals, see SPC FAQ for more info
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