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20100513's Storm Report (1200 UTC - 1159 UTC)
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Map of 100513_rpts's severe weather reports
Note: All data are considered preliminary
Tornado Reports (CSV) (Raw Tornado CSV)
TimeLocationCountyStateLatLonComments
1200 1 SSW MONETT BARRY MO3691 9393 NWS GROUND SURVEY CONFIRMS AN EF1 TORNADO INITIALLY TOUCHED DOWN NEAR PLYMOUTH HILL SUBDIVISION...THEN TRACKED THROUGH THE CASINO PARK AREA BEFORE DESTROYING THE PIZZA (SGF)
1242 4 ESE HURLEY STONE MO3691 9343 A NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STORM SURVEY REVEALED THAT A WEAK EF-0 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN IN RURAL STONE COUNTY. MINOR DAMAGE OCCURRED TO A HOME WHILE NUMEROUS TREES WERE (SGF)
1300 1 ENE SPARTA CHRISTIAN MO3701 9306 NWS GROUND SURVEY DETERMINED AN EFO TORNADO DOWNED NUMEROUS TREES...DESTROYED A COUPLE OF OUTBUILDINGS AND DAMAGED AT LEAST ONE HOME AS IT TRACKED BETWEEN SPARTA AND ON (SGF)
0445 3 N SWAYZEE GRANT IN4055 8583 SPOTTER REPORTED FUNNEL CLOUD AND BRIEF TOUCHDOWN IN OPEN FIELD NORTHEAST OF SWAYZEE. (IWX)
0547 3 WSW DELPHOS VAN WERT OH4083 8440 THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND VAN WERT COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT CONFIRMED THAT A WEAK EF1 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN IN EASTERN VAN WERT COUNTY. THE TORNADO HEAVILY DAM (IWX)
Hail Reports (CSV) (Raw Hail CSV)
Time Size LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
1752100 FELICITY CLERMONT OH3884 8410 (ILN)
2148100 2 NNE MOUNTAIN HOME BAXTER AR3636 9237 (LZK)
0134100NW MUNDAY KNOX TX3345 9962 (OUN)
0212175 FORT STOCKTON PECOS TX308910289 12 MILES N OF FORT STOCKTON (MAF)
0510175 JACKSBORO JACK TX3322 9817 (FWD)
0550175 VASHTI CLAY TX3355 9805 (OUN)
0730100 AMHERST LORAIN OH4140 8223 (CLE)
Wind Reports (CSV) (Raw Wind CSV)
Time Speed LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
1200UNK10 S EUREKA SPRINGS MADISON AR3626 9374 TWO LARGE TREES BLOWN DOWN. NUMEROUS LARGE TREE LIMBS BROKEN AND DOWN. (TSA)
1211UNK MONETT BARRY MO3692 9393 SEVERAL POWER POLES DOWN IN THE CITY. (SGF)
1225 60 1 S SOUTH PEKIN TAZEWELL IL4048 8965 (ILX)
1226UNK 4 W REEDS SPRING STONE MO3675 9345 LARGE TREE LIMBS DOWN. (SGF)
1230UNK 1 S AURORA LAWRENCE MO3696 9372 TREE DOWN. (SGF)
1230UNK SPRINGFIELD GREENE MO3720 9329 REPORT OF A TREE DOWN ALONG PRINCE LANE IN SPRINGFIELD. (SGF)
1300UNK 1 E BRUNER CHRISTIAN MO3701 9297 TREES DOWN JUST EAST OF BRUNER. (SGF)
1727UNK ANCHORAGE JEFFERSON KY3827 8554 NUMEROUS TREES DOWN AND POWER OUTAGES REPORTED (LMK)
1754UNK WILLIAMSTOWN GRANT KY3864 8456 SEVERAL TREES DOWN (ILN)
1802 60 LAWRENCEBURG ANDERSON KY3803 8489 SMALL TREES DOWN...BRIEF INTENSE RAIN (LMK)
1804UNK MORGAN PENDLETON KY3860 8440 TREE DOWN OVER POWER LINE (ILN)
1855UNK 3 WNW NATURAL DAM CRAWFORD AR3567 9444 SEVERAL TREES BLOWN DOWN JUST SOUTHEAST OF DAVIDSON COMMUNITY...ALONG HIGHWAY 59 TOWARD NATURAL DAM. OTHER TREE DAMAGE. (TSA)
1920UNK WINSLOW WASHINGTON AR3580 9413 TOPS BROKEN OUT OF MANY TREES. LARGE LIMBS BLOWN ACROSS SEVERAL ROADS. VICINITY OF WINSLOW. REPORTED BY ROUTE DRIVER. (TSA)
1930UNK 2 W SUMMERFIELD LE FLORE OK3490 9490 LARGE LIMBS BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE ROAD JUST WEST OF SUMMERFIELD ON THE WAY TO LE FLORE. (TSA)
1934UNK CROSSES MADISON AR3587 9391 SEVERAL TREES AND POWER POLES DOWNED AT THE INTERSECTION OF HWY 295 AND HWY 16. HWY 16 WAS BLOCKED DUE TO THE DAMAGE FOR APPROXIMATELY 45 MIN. (TSA)
2000UNK 5 S HUNTSVILLE MADISON AR3601 9374 BARN DAMAGED ON HIGHWAY 23 SOUTH OF HUNTSVILLE. (TSA)
2125UNK 5 W MANSFIELD WRIGHT MO3711 9267 TWO TREES DOWNED AND BLOCKING A ROAD IN THE VICINITY OF CEDAR GAP NEAR HIGHWAY 60. (SGF)
2148UNK 2 NNE MOUNTAIN HOME BAXTER AR3636 9237 WINDS WERE ESTIMATED AT 60 TO 65 MPH...WITH LARGE LIMBS BEING BLOWN DOWN. (LZK)
2153 67 1 SE MOUNTAIN HOME BAXTER AR3633 9237 (LZK)
2352UNK 1 SSW HAZELWOOD ST. LOUIS MO3876 9037 PART OF THE ROOF OF A SMALL STORAGE BUILDING WAS BLOWN OFF JUST NORTH OF LAMBERT FIELD. (LSX)
2355 63 1 SSW HAZELWOOD ST. LOUIS MO3876 9037 AT LAMBERT FIELD AIRPORT. (LSX)
0546UNK 3 N OHIO CITY VAN WERT OH4081 8462 5 POWER POLES SNAPPED OFF ON S.R. 118. 40 FOOT PINE TREE UPROOTED. (IWX)
0548 76 3 W DELPHOS VAN WERT OH4084 8439 MEASURED ON DAVIS EQUIPTMENT (IWX)
0552UNK 3 E DELPHOS ALLEN OH4084 8429 SEMI-TRUCK FLIPPED OVER AT THE STATE ROAD 309 EXIT ON US 30 (IWX)
0605UNK 1 W DELPHOS VAN WERT OH4084 8436 A 50 FOOT TREE FELL ON A TRUCK AND HOUSE. (IWX)
0610UNK DELPHOS ALLEN OH4084 8434 5 TO 6 INCH DIAMETER TREE LIMBS DOWN IN DELPHOS. (IWX)
0710UNK WAKEMAN HURON OH4126 8240 SEVERAL LARGE BRANCHES DOWN (CLE)
0725UNK 3 SW OBERLIN LORAIN OH4126 8226 NUMEROUS TREES WERE SPLIT OR SNAPPED SEVERAL FEET OFF THE GROUND. A FLAG POLE WAS SNAPPED. NUMEROUS SHINGLES WERE BLOWN OFF THE ROOF OF A HOME. (CLE)
0725UNK WAKEMAN HURON OH4126 8240 SEVERAL LARGE BRANCHES DOWN (CLE)
0755UNK STRONGSVILLE CUYAHOGA OH4131 8183 STRUCTURAL DAMAGE (CLE)
0820 65 AKRON SUMMIT OH4108 8152 (CLE)
0830UNK SHARON MERCER PA4123 8050 NUMEROUS TREES REPORTED DOWN IN THE SHARON, FARRELL AND HERMITAGE AREAS. (PBZ)
0830UNK HOWLAND CENTER TRUMBULL OH4125 8075 18 MILE PATH OF DAMAGE FROM HOWLAND CENTER THROUGH VIENNA...BROOKFIELD AND WARREN CITY. ROOF DAMAGE...TREES DOWN ON HOMES AND ROADS. (CLE)
0846UNK BROOKFIELD CENTER TRUMBULL OH4124 8056 TREE DOWN THROUGH A HOUSE ROOF. TREES DOWN ON ROADS. (CLE)
0935UNK OIL CITY VENANGO PA4143 7970 LGE TREES DOWN ON CARS AT CAR DEALERSHIP AT RIVERSIDE DRIVE AND US ROUTE 62 IN CRANBERRY TOWNSHIP. (PBZ)
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