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20100914's Storm Report (1200 UTC - 1159 UTC)
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Map of 100914_rpts's severe weather reports
Note: All data are considered preliminary
Tornado Reports (CSV) (Raw Tornado CSV)(?)
TimeLocationCountyStateLatLonComments
0205 9 N RULETON SHERMAN KS394710186 OFF DUTY NWS EMPLOYEE REPORTED LARGE CONE TORNADO WHICH HAS SINCE BECOME RAIN WRAPPED. (GLD)
0335 9 SSE BREWSTER THOMAS KS392510131 (GLD)
0355 8 NE WINONA THOMAS KS391610116 (GLD)
Hail Reports (CSV) (Raw Hail CSV)(?)
Time Size LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
2130100 BASIN JEFFERSON MT462711226 QUARTER SIZE HAIL FALLING IN THE BASIN AREA. (TFX)
0035150 6 NW FOWLER MEADE KS374410027 THE HAIL WAS DESCRIBED TO BE WALNUT SIZE (DDC)
0110125 5 WSW BUCKLIN FORD KS3753 9972 (DDC)
0120100 4 N WILMORE KIOWA KS3739 9921 THE REPORT WAS RELAYED BY COMANCHE COUNTY DISPATCH TO BE DIME TO QUARTER SIZE HAIL FROM A SPOTTER. (DDC)
012010013 N RULETON SHERMAN KS395310191 (GLD)
021010014 NW CIMARRON GRAY KS379510053 PERSON CALLED REPORTED THE GROUND WAS WHITE WITH HAIL FROM PEA SIZED TO QUARTER SIZED. (DDC)
0230100 3 N GOODLAND SHERMAN KS394010171 (GLD)
023010012 SSW HARROLD HUGHES SD4436 9983 (ABR)
0252175SE EDSON SHERMAN KS393310154 REPORTED AT EDSON EXIT ON INTERSTATE 70 BY KANSAS STATE TROOPER (GLD)
0305175 6 N KENNEBEC LYMAN SD4399 9986 40 MPH WINDS AND 2.5 INCHES OF RAIN ALSO (ABR)
0315100 1 N BREWSTER THOMAS KS393810138 (GLD)
0350100 5 WSW HURON BEADLE SD4433 9831 (FSD)
0352175 7 N WINONA THOMAS KS391610125 (GLD)
0413150 OACOMA LYMAN SD4380 9938 (ABR)
0424100 CHAMBERLAIN BRULE SD4381 9932 (FSD)
0432100 3 ENE MONUMENT LOGAN KS391110094 (GLD)
0529100 HENRY CODINGTON SD4488 9746 (ABR)
0530100 5 ESE EGAN MOODY SD4397 9656 ALSO RAINFALL OF 2.50 INCHES. (FSD)
0600100 BLACK HAWK MEADE SD441510332 (UNR)
0707100WNW COLTON MINNEHAHA SD4379 9693 (FSD)
0800175 WASTA PENNINGTON SD440710245 (UNR)
Wind Reports (CSV) (Raw Wind CSV)(?)
Time Speed LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
1920 67 7 NNE CLIVE TOOELE UT407611301 I-80 AT GRASSEY SENSOR (SLC)
2105 61 6 SE PARIS LAMAR TX3359 9546 THE PARIS ASOS REPORTED A 53 KNOT (61 MPH) WIND GUST AT 405 PM. (FWD)
2120 69 4 NNE STANSBURY PARK TOOELE UT406911226 LAKE POINT I-80 SENSOR (SLC)
2200 5910 S LAKESIDE BOX ELDER UT410611289 LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN SENSOR (SLC)
2357UNK 4 N SELMAN HARPER OK3686 9948 POWER POLE SNAPPED NEAR COUNTY RD 198 AND HIGHWAY 64. REPORT RELAYED THROUGH HARPER COUNTY SHERIFF OFFICE. (OUN)
0043 76 6 E JOES YUMA CO396610257 MEASURED BY CWOP SITE (GLD)
0200UNK23 NW GOODLAND CHEYENNE KS395810201 CENTER PIVOT OVERTURNED. TOPS OF TREES THAT WERE 6 TO 8 INCHES IN DIAMETER BLOWN OFF. RECEIVED QUARTER SIZE HAIL. CORN CROP DAMAGED. RECEIVED 2.5 INCHES OF RAIN. (GLD)
0226 6013 N GOODLAND SHERMAN KS395310167 (GLD)
0232 78 1 NNE GOODLAND SHERMAN KS393710170 (GLD)
0316 60 8 N LAKESIDE BOX ELDER UT413311285 GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT (SLC)
0339UNK 8 N WINONA THOMAS KS391810125 SIDING ON THE EAST SIDE OF A HOUSE DAMAGED. (GLD)
0450UNK 8 NNE FORESTBURG SANBORN SD4413 9805 SEVERAL TREES AND LARGE BRANCHES DOWN. ALSO 2.5 INCHES OF RAIN AND PEA SIZE HAIL. (FSD)
0545 60 2 SW HOWARD MINER SD4399 9755 UP TO ONE AND A HALF INCH BRANCHES DOWN. ALSO PENNY SIZE HAIL. (FSD)
0635 60 3 NNE VODA TREGO KS3908 9999 THE CALLERS SORGHAM FIELD WAS FLATTENED BY THE WIND AND THE RAIN. (DDC)
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Wind Gusts in MPH
Hail Sizes in 1/100 of an Inch (175 = 1.75")
LAT/LON in decimal degrees to two decimals, see SPC FAQ for more info
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