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20100706's Storm Report (1200 UTC - 1159 UTC)
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Map of 100706_rpts's severe weather reports
Note: All data are considered preliminary
Tornado Reports (CSV) (Raw Tornado CSV)(?)
TimeLocationCountyStateLatLonComments
1444 1 N NEW ORLEANS ORLEANS LA2998 9008 WEAK TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN IN 1500 BLOCK OF PRENTISS AVE. FEW SHINGLES BLOWN OFF HOURS ROOF ... SEVERAL TREES KNOCKED DOWN ... GARBAGE CAN BLOWN INTO ELECTRICAL WIRES. REPOR (LIX)
212110 SSE CHAMBERLAIN BRULE SD4369 9923 BRIEF TOUCHDOWN NOTED VIA STREAMING VIDEO (FSD)
2202 8 S POTTER CHEYENNE NE411010331 TORNADO REPORTED ON THE GROUND NEAR ROAD 12 SOUTH OF POTTER BY PUBLIC. (CYS)
224813 NNW PLATTE BRULE SD4356 9892 TWO BRIEF TOUCHDOWNS (FSD)
2306 8 S POTTER CHEYENNE NE411010331 TORNADO REPORTED ON THE GROUND NEAR ROAD 12 SOUTH OF POTTER BY PUBLIC. (CYS)
2328 8 N PLATTE BRULE SD4350 9884 3 MILES WEST SOUTHWEST OF CEDAR GROVE COLONY, TORNADO WAS ON THE GROUND, IT LIFTED MOMENTARILY AND APPEARED TO COME BACK DOWN AND THEN BECAME COMPLETELY RAIN WRAPPED. (FSD)
0000 9 WNW HARRISON DOUGLAS SD4349 9870 RAIN WRAPPED TORNADO ON THE GROUND. (FSD)
0025 4 WNW CORSICA DOUGLAS SD4345 9848 CORSICA POLICE REPORTED A RAIN WRAPPED TORNADO. (FSD)
Hail Reports (CSV) (Raw Hail CSV)(?)
Time Size LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
1330100 5 NE SPINK COLONY SPINK SD4480 9822 HAIL UP TO THE SIZE OF QUARTERS. 2.10 INCHES OF RAINFALL. (ABR)
2015100 3 S RELIANCE LYMAN SD4384 9960 SOME QUARTER SIZE HAIL BUT MOSTLY SMALLER. (ABR)
2040125 1 SW OACOMA LYMAN SD4379 9940 DUDE RANCH RESIDENTS. (ABR)
2055100 5 S CHAMBERLAIN BRULE SD4373 9931 (FSD)
2110150 2 SSW CHAMBERLAIN BRULE SD4378 9934 MOSTLY QUARTER SIZE WITH A FEW LARGER (FSD)
2125100 2 SW PUKWANA BRULE SD4375 9921 (FSD)
214010015 SW VALENTINE CHERRY NE427210076 THE HAIL LASTED ABOUT 10 MINUTES THROUGH 450 PM CDT AND WAS ACCOMPANIED BY VERY HEAVY RAIN. (LBF)
2152100 7 SSE PUKWANA BRULE SD4369 9913 (FSD)
2235100 8 SE KIMBALL BRULE SD4366 9884 (FSD)
223810017 S VALENTINE CHERRY NE426310055 (LBF)
2300125 9 SW HIGBEE OTERO CO376810357 LASTED UNTIL 510 PM. (PUB)
2300100 1 E POTTER CHEYENNE NE412210329 HAIL FELL FROM 500 TO 520 PM (CYS)
231617511 NNW PLATTE BRULE SD4355 9890 GOLF BALL HAIL AND WINDS ESTIMATED AT 50 TO 60 MPH. (FSD)
233527510 N PLATTE BRULE SD4354 9885 WINDOWS BROKE ON NORTH SIDE OF HOUSE (FSD)
2339100 7 N PLATTE CHARLES MIX SD4349 9884 HAIL FALLING IN LARGE AMOUNTS, DRIVEN BY ESTIMATED 50 MPH WINDS. (FSD)
2346100 7 WNW SIDNEY CHEYENNE NE411710309 HEAVY RATE OF HAIL REPORTED. (CYS)
2351175 4 ENE COLORADO SPRINGS EL PASO CO388710475 (PUB)
2355175 4 W HARRISON DOUGLAS SD4344 9861 GOLF BALL SIZE HAIL STRIPPED CORN. (FSD)
0000150 4 ESE LAS ANIMAS BENT CO380410316 (PUB)
0000175 8 NE COLORADO SPRINGS EL PASO CO389210472 (PUB)
0005100 SIDNEY CHEYENNE NE411310297 ONE INCH DIAMETER HAIL FELL IN SIDNEY BETWEEN 605 PM AND 615 PM. (CYS)
0008275 8 WNW HARRISON DOUGLAS SD4348 9868 (FSD)
0015100 5 NW JOHNSTOWN BROWN NE426210012 MOST OF THE HAIL WAS NICKEL SIZE ... BUT A FEW STONES WERE THE SIZE OF QUARTERS. (LBF)
0022175 6 NNE BLACK FOREST EL PASO CO391010466 HAIL UP TO THE SIZE OF GOLF BALLS FELL FROM APPROXIMATELY 617 PM MDT TO 622 PM MDT. (PUB)
0035100 3 W ELBERT ELBERT CO392210459 NUMEROUS 1 INCH HAIL. STRIPPING LEAVES OFF TREES. HEAVY RAIN WITH GUTTERS OVERFLOWING. (BOU)
0035100 6 ENE PUKWANA BRULE SD4381 9907 MARBLE TO QUARTER SIZE HAIL COVERED THE GROUND. (FSD)
0044150 FRANKTOWN DOUGLAS CO393810475 (BOU)
0050125 8 NW OSHKOSH GARDEN NE414910245 MOST HAIL WAS ONE HALF INCH IN DIAMETER OR SMALLER ... BUT A FEW STONES WERE APPROXIMATELY THE SIZE OF HALF DOLLARS. ACCOMPANIED BY WIND GUSTS ESTIMATED AT 40 TO 50 MPH T (LBF)
0100275 3 NNE CORSICA DOUGLAS SD4346 9838 MOSTLY GOLF BALL HAIL WITH A FEW AS LARGE AS BASEBALLS. CORN STRIPPED. WINDOWS BROKE OUT OF NORTH AND WEST SIDE OF BUILDINGS. (FSD)
0123175 5 E KIMBALL BRULE SD4375 9886 PEA TO QUARTER SIZED HAIL COVERING THE GROUND, WITH A FEW GOLF BALL SIZE. (FSD)
0130100 5 NE SPINK COLONY SPINK SD4480 9822 HAIL UP TO THE SIZE OF QUARTERS. 2.10 INCHES OF RAINFALL. (ABR)
0200100 6 N HENRY CODINGTON SD4497 9746 3.5 INCHES OF RAINFALL AS WELL. (ABR)
0210100 1 W KIMBALL BRULE SD4375 9898 (FSD)
022210012 S CLARK CLARK SD4471 9773 (ABR)
0245100 2 S FLORENCE CODINGTON SD4503 9733 NEAR HIGHWAY 20. (ABR)
0450100 1 SSE LAKE PRESTON KINGSBURY SD4435 9737 HAIL VARIED FROM PEA TO QUARTER SIZE. (FSD)
Wind Reports (CSV) (Raw Wind CSV)(?)
Time Speed LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
1200UNK 2 S REDFIELD BOURBON KS3781 9489 POWER POLES DOWNED ACROSS THE ROAD NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF 120TH ST AND JAYHAWK RD. TIME OF EVENT ESTIMATED. (SGF)
1215UNK 2 E SOUTH COFFEYVILLE NOWATA OK3699 9558 POWER LINES DOWN AND BARN COLLAPSED AT COUNTY ROAD 1 AND 416. (TSA)
1215UNK 2 S COFFEYVILLE MONTGOMERY KS3701 9563 MICROBURST DAMAGE TO POWER LINES AND TREES FROM 2S OF COFFEYVILLE TO 2E OF COFFEYVILLE. (ICT)
1310UNK 2 S COFFEYVILLE MONTGOMERY KS3701 9563 MICROBURST DAMAGE TO POWER LINES AND TREES FROM 2S OF COFFEYVILLE TO 2E OF COFFEYVILLE. (ICT)
1350UNK 5 N CARPENTER CLARK SD4471 9791 DOOR RIPPED OFF SHED AND TRAMPOLINE THROWN INTO TREES. (ABR)
2010 60 3 NNW JENKS TULSA OK3606 9599 LOCATION NEAR 71ST STREET AND HIGHWAY 75. SEPARATE REPORT AT A GOLF COURSE REPORTED WIND BLEW ALGAE OFF PONDS AND 40 YARDS OUT INTO FAIRWAYS. (TSA)
2115UNK 4 NW GRAND PRAIRIE TARRANT TX3279 9703 TWO SIDE WALLS TO A WAREHOUSE WERE BLOWN DOWN. THERE WAS ALSO MINOR ROOF DAMAGE TO LOCAL BUSINESSES AND DAMAGE TO BUSINESS SIGNS. DAMAGE WAS AT THE INTERSECTION OF HWY (FWD)
2130UNK ARLINGTON TARRANT TX3273 9712 NUMEROUS TREES AND LARGE LIMBS DOWN WITH A FEW TREES ON CARS. POWER POLES WERE LEANING AROUND THE RANGERS BALLPAR AND A 20 FOOT SECTION OF METAL ROOFING WAS PEELED OVER (FWD)
2235 61 3 NNW TEXICO CURRY NM344310307 KCVN AWOS. (ABQ)
2255UNK 1 NW MOUNTAIN HOME BAXTER AR3635 9239 SEVERAL TREE LIMBS WERE BLOWN DOWN. (LZK)
2300UNKSE NORWOOD WRIGHT MO3710 9241 WRIGHT COUNTY SHERIFF RELAYED REPORT OF A DESTROYED BARN ... SEVERAL DOWNED TREES AND A HOUSE DAMAGED DUE TO A FALLEN TREE IN THE VICINITY OF ART KELLY ROAD AND HIGHWAY C (SGF)
2330 70 5 ESE POTTER CHEYENNE NE411910323 FARMER SAID THAT HE PROBABLY LOST HIS WHEAT CROPS. (CYS)
2357 71 SIDNEY CHEYENNE NE411310297 (CYS)
0002UNK SIDNEY CHEYENNE NE411310297 STRONG THUNDERSTORM WINDS BLEW RAILROAD CARS OFF THEIR TRACKS ON AN OVERPASS IN SIDNEY. (CYS)
0010UNK REDFIELD SPINK SD4487 9852 COTTONWOOD TREE BRANCHES APPROX 6-8 INCHES IN DIAMETER BROKE (ABR)
0020 70 6 NE REDFIELD SPINK SD4493 9843 WINDS ESTIMATED TO BE 70 PLUS MPH. SMALL COTTONWOOD TREES DOWN. 2 WINDS. FIRST WIND BLEW GRAVITY BOX 100 TO 150 FEET OUT FROM A PEN THE SECOND WIND MUCH STRONGER BLEW I (ABR)
0100 60 2 NE RAYMOND CLARK SD4493 9791 WINDS GUSTED TO 60 MPH. ALSO RECEIVED 3 1/2 INCHES OF RAIN AND UP TO NICKLE SIZE HAIL. (ABR)
0130UNK 8 ESE SPINK COLONY SPINK SD4470 9814 5TH WHEEL CAMPER TIPPED OVER AND DESTROYED. BARN ALSO DESTROYED. (ABR)
0150UNK 5 N CARPENTER CLARK SD4471 9791 DOOR RIPPED OFF SHED AND TRAMPOLINE THROWN INTO TREES. (ABR)
0545 60 5 E ARLINGTON BROOKINGS SD4438 9703 ONE TREE BLOWN DOWN AND THE TOP OF A SECOND TREE BLOWN DOWN. (FSD)
0620 60 2 NW NUNDA LAKE SD4418 9705 NUMEROUS SMALL BRANCHES BLOWN DOWN. (FSD)
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Hail Sizes in 1/100 of an Inch (175 = 1.75")
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