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20100502's Storm Report (1200 UTC - 1159 UTC)
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Map of 100502_rpts's severe weather reports
Note: All data are considered preliminary
Tornado Reports (CSV) (Raw Tornado CSV)
TimeLocationCountyStateLatLonComments
1335 TOMPKINSVILLE MONROE KY3670 8569 POSSIBLE TORNADO. SEVERAL TRESS AND POWERLINES DOWN IN THE AREA OF THE COURTHOUSE. REPORTS OF SEVERAL BARNS DAMAGED IN THE COUNTY. (LMK)
1347 BURKESVILLE CUMBERLAND KY3679 8537 SEVERAL SIGNS AND POWERLINES DOWN ON THE EAST SIDE OF BURKESVILLE. POSSIBLE TORNADO DAMAGE. (LMK)
2025 1 S BETSEY WAYNE KY3689 8474 EF2 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN 1 MILE SOUTH OF BETSEY. THE TORNADO HAD A PATH LENGTH OF 1/4 MILE AND A WIDTH OF 100 YARDS. ESTIMATED WIND SPEED IS 110 TO 120 MPH. NUMEROUS TR (JKL)
2125 8 SW ULYSSES GRANT KS375010146 A BRIEF LANDSPOUT TORNADO WAS OBSERVED NEAR THE GRANT COUNTY FEED LOT. (DDC)
Hail Reports (CSV) (Raw Hail CSV)
Time Size LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
1615100 4 WNW KANSAS CITY WYANDOTTE KS3914 9462 REPORT AT INTERSECTION OF I-70 AND I-435 JUST SOUTH OF MAYWOOD. (EAX)
1850100 2 W BASEHOR LEAVENWORTH KS3913 9497 (EAX)
2052100 CARROLLTON CARROLL MO3936 9350 (EAX)
2155100 KOSCIUSKO ATTALA MS3306 8959 (JAN)
2213250 3 SW WEIR ATTALA MS3323 8933 A FEW TENNIS BALL SIZED HAIL STONES MIXED IN WITH MOSTLY QUARTER SIZED HAIL. (JAN)
2218200 1 NW WEIR CHOCTAW MS3328 8930 (JAN)
2227100 7 WNW LUDLOW MADISON MS3261 8982 (JAN)
2235175 2 NW STURGIS OKTIBBEHA MS3336 8907 (JAN)
2251125 1 W STARKVILLE OKTIBBEHA MS3346 8884 (JAN)
2315125 4 NE LUDLOW LEAKE MS3261 8966 (JAN)
2332275 RENFROE LEAKE MS3286 8945 (JAN)
2345175 5 NW PEARL RIVER NESHOBA MS3284 8930 (JAN)
2345200 4 ESE ZAMA ATTALA MS3295 8932 THE HAIL WAS SHAPED LIKE OVAL SHEETS AND OCCURRED 2 MI W OF HWY 25. THE HAIL ALSO KNOCKED LEAVES OFF SOME TREES. (JAN)
2355100 3 NW NOXAPATER WINSTON MS3302 8910 (JAN)
0005150 LOUISVILLE WINSTON MS3312 8905 (JAN)
0031100 ARTESIA LOWNDES MS3342 8864 (JAN)
0050100 2 NNE COLUMBUS LOWNDES MS3353 8839 (JAN)
0116175 1 N HIGHTOGY LAMAR AL3371 8809 (BMX)
0119100 HILLSDALE MIAMI KS3867 9485 (EAX)
0137175 2 W WINFIELD MARION AL3394 8784 GOLF BALL SIZE HAIL REPORTED JUST NORTHWEST OF WINFIELD. DENTS WERE REPORTED ON PARKED CARS. (BMX)
0145100 4 NW LYNN WINSTON AL3409 8760 QUARTER SIZE HAIL REPORTED AT THE INTERSECTION OF STATE HIGHWAY 5 AND US HIGHWAY 278 IN NATURAL BRIDGE. (BMX)
0415100 4 WNW KANSAS CITY WYANDOTTE KS3914 9462 REPORT AT INTERSECTION OF I-70 AND I-435 JUST SOUTH OF MAYWOOD. (EAX)
0513100 1 W PARKVILLE PLATTE MO3920 9469 (EAX)
Wind Reports (CSV) (Raw Wind CSV)
Time Speed LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
1228 65 2 S NASHVILLE DAVIDSON TN3614 8678 TSTM WIND GUST TO 65 MPH REPORTED AT STATE EOC IN NASHVILLE. (OHX)
1425UNK 1 S BETSEY WAYNE KY3689 8474 ONE HOME AND A BARN SEVERELY DAMAGED ON DODSON HOLLOW ROAD BY A POSSIBLE TORNADO. (JKL)
1536UNK LAUREL JONES MS3169 8914 TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN IN THE CITY OF LAUREL AND ON INTERSTATE 59 IN LAUREL. (JAN)
1558UNK 5 SW GARDEN CITY CULLMAN AL3398 8681 A TREE DOWN ACROSS THE ROAD ALONG HIGHWAY 91 AT COUNTY ROAD 509. (HUN)
1629UNK 5 S MERIDIAN LAUDERDALE MS3231 8871 ONE LARGE TREE DOWN ON HIGHWAY 145 SOUTH OF MERIDIAN. (JAN)
1629UNK 5 S LAUDERDALE LAUDERDALE MS3245 8851 ONE LARGE TREE DOWN ON HIGHWAY 145 SOUTH OF MERIDIAN. (JAN)
1705UNK 5 ESE COVE MILLS FULTON PA3975 7809 TREES DOWN ON CREEK ROAD JUST NORTH OF ROUTE 928 INTERSECTION (CTP)
1716UNK 5 SSW MERIDIAN LAUDERDALE MS3231 8874 LARGE TREE DOWN 3 MILES SOUTH OF INTERSTATE 20 OFF VALLEY ROAD. (JAN)
1855UNK 4 WSW TOMPKINSVILLE MONROE KY3668 8576 TREE DOWN BLOCKING FOUNTAIN RUN RD. (LMK)
1952 75 DES MOINES POLK IA4165 9357 IDOT RWIS SITE (DMX)
2005UNK ALBANY CLINTON KY3669 8514 KENTUCKY MESONET SITE NEAR ALBANY MEASURED A 58 MPH WIND GUST. (LMK)
2015 71 4 N MARSHALLTOWN MARSHALL IA4209 9291 (DMX)
2025UNK 1 S BETSEY WAYNE KY3689 8474 ONE HOME AND A BARN SEVERELY DAMAGED ON DODSON HOLLOW ROAD BY A POSSIBLE TORNADO. STORM DAMAGE SURVEY WILL BE CONDUCTED TODAY TO DETERMINE IF DAMAGE WAS TORNADO RELATED (JKL)
2130UNKS SOUTH WEBSTER SCIOTO OH3882 8273 ONE TREE WAS REPORTED DOWN. (ILN)
2211UNK SHOTSVILLE MARION AL3426 8813 SEVERAL TREE LIMBS WERE BLOWN DOWN IN AND AROUND SHOTSVILLE. POWER OUTAGES WERE WIDESPREAD IN NORTHERN MARION COUNTY ASSOCIATED WITH THIS STORM. (BMX)
2215UNK 5 N LAWRENCEBURG LAWRENCE TN3532 8734 POWER LINES DOWN ON RAILROAD BED ROAD IN NORTHERN LAWRENCE COUNTY PER EMERGENCY MANAGER. THREE POLES DOWN. (OHX)
2245UNK 5 ESE COVE MILLS FULTON PA3975 7809 TREES DOWN ON CREEK ROAD JUST NORTH OF ROUTE 928 INTERSECTION (CTP)
2315UNK KINGWOOD PRESTON WV3947 7968 TREE DOWN. (PBZ)
0239 60 WICHITA MID CONTINENT A SEDGWICK KS3766 9744 (ICT)
0350UNK 2 ENE KUTZTOWN BERKS PA4053 7574 TREE REPORTED DOWN ON POWER LINES IN MAXATAWNY TOWNSHIP. (PHI)
0410UNK 2 E GARDEN CITY BLOUNT AL3401 8672 TREES DOWN ON HWY 26 2 MILES EAST OF GARDEN CITY (BMX)
0449UNK SERGEANTSVILLE HUNTERDON NJ4045 7494 TREES REPORTED DOWN ACROSS ROAD IN DELAWARE TOWNSHIP. (PHI)
0854UNK 2 WSW LAFAYETTE CHAMBERS AL3289 8543 A FEW TREES AND SEVERAL TREE LIMBS WERE BLOWN DOWN NEAR HIGHWAY 50 WEST OF LAFAYETTE. (BMX)
0924UNK 9 WSW CUSSETA CHAMBERS AL3273 8545 A FEW TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN ALONG COUNTY ROAD 23. (BMX)
0946UNK 1 ESE LADIESBURG FREDERICK MD3957 7725 STORM SURVEY CONCLUDED THAT DAMAGE REPORTED TO MAINLY TREES IN VICINITY OF GOOD INTENT ROAD WAS THE RESULT OF STRAIGHT LINE WINDS OR A DRY MICROBURST IN DECAYING CONVEC (LWX)
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Hail Sizes in 1/100 of an Inch (175 = 1.75")
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