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20101230's Storm Report (1200 UTC - 1159 UTC)
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Map of 101230_rpts's severe weather reports
Note: All data are considered preliminary
Tornado Reports (CSV) (Raw Tornado CSV)(?)
TimeLocationCountyStateLatLonComments
0519 3 SSE LAMPE STONE MO3652 9342 STONE COUNTY OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT SURVEYED TORNADO DAMAGE APPROXIMATELY 2.5 MILES SOUTH SOUTHEAST OF LAMPE. MINOR DAMAGE CONSISTED OF ONE FRAME HOME ... ONE MOB (SGF)
0520 2 NW BLUE EYE STONE MO3653 9343 MINOR DAMAGE TO TWO HOMES ... A STOCK TRAILER ... AND TWO LARGE GAS TANKS. THE TORNADO PATH LENGTH WAS LESS THAN ONE QUARTER MILE WITH A MAXIMUM WIDTH OF 30 YARDS. (SGF)
0526 8 S BRANSON WEST STONE MO3658 9337 NWS STORM SURVEY REVEALED THAT A STRONG EF-1 TORNADO IMPACTED THE EASTERN SHORE LINE OF THE HIGHWAY DD PENINSULA. NUMEROUS BOAT DOCKS AND BOATS WERE DESTROYED. APPROXIM (SGF)
0527 2 NNE LAMPE STONE MO3659 9342 CORRECTION/ADDITION TO PREVIOUS STONE COUNTY LSR--STRONG EF-1 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN JUST NE OF THE COW CREEK REC AREA ... IMPACTING THE HIGHWAY DD PENINSULA. DAMAGE OCCURR (SGF)
0617 2 SSW INDIAN POINT STONE MO3661 9336 AN EF-0 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ALONG THE INDIAN POINT PENINSULA EARLY FRIDAY MORNING. THE TORNADO DAMAGED SEVERAL BOATS ... BOAT DOCKS ... AND FRAME HOMES. THE PATH LENGTH OF (SGF)
0618 7 S BRANSON WEST STONE MO3659 9337 A NWS STORM SURVEY REVEALED THAT A TORNADO IMPACTED THE TABLE ROCK LAKE AREA. SEVERAL BOAT DOCKS AND BOATS WERE EITHER HEAVILY DAMAGED OR DESTROYED. THIS SURVEY HAS NOT (SGF)
0618 3 NE SPARTA CHRISTIAN MO3703 9303 AN EF-1 TORNADO WITH A MAXIMUM WIDTH OF 250 YARDS AND WIND SPEEDS ESTIMATED NEAR 105 MPH CAUSED MAJOR DAMAGE TO SEVERAL STRUCTURES. ONE TRAILER HOME WAS SPUN AND DISPLA (SGF)
0622 7 S BRANSON WEST STONE MO3659 9337 CORRECTION/ADDITION TO PREVIOUS LSR--EF-0 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ALONG THE INDIAN POINT PENINSULA EARLY FRIDAY MORNING. THE TORNADO DAMAGED SEVERAL BOATS ... BOAT DOCKS ... A (SGF)
Hail Reports (CSV) (Raw Hail CSV)(?)
Time Size LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
0410175 CEDARVILLE CRAWFORD AR3557 9437 (TSA)
0731100 DRY KNOB LACLEDE MO3764 9245 (SGF)
0804100 DIXON PULASKI MO3799 9209 (SGF)
Wind Reports (CSV) (Raw Wind CSV)(?)
Time Speed LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
0119UNK 7 W LEVELLAND HOCKLEY TX335810249 AT LEAST FOUR POWER POLES SNAPPED. TIME IS APPROXIMATE. (LUB)
0135 76 1 NE AMHERST LAMB TX340210240 (LUB)
0150 59 6 S OLTON LAMB TX340910214 (LUB)
0510UNK 4 WNW OAK GROVE CARROLL AR3648 9351 STRONG THUNDERSTORM WIND DESTROYED A SMALL BARN ... DAMAGED A CAR PORT ... AND SNAPPED LARGE TREE LIMBS (TSA)
0535UNK 4 E CLIFTY MADISON AR3624 9372 STRONG THUNDERSTORM WIND ROLLED OVER AND DESTROYED A MOBILE HOME AND DESTROYED A BARN ON HIGHWAY 23. THE ABSENCE OF ANY NEARBY TREE DAMAGE SUGGESTED MAXIMUM WIND SPEEDS (TSA)
0619UNK INDIAN POINT STONE MO3664 9335 EM REPORTS DAMANGE TO A PROPANE TANK AND SEVERAL HOMES IN THE INDIAN POINT AREA. THIS DAMANGE WAS FROM THE FIRST STORM THAT MOVED THROUGH THE AREA. (SGF)
0621UNK 4 NE SPARTA CHRISTIAN MO3704 9302 MOBILE HOME ROLLED OVER INTO JOHNS FORD ROAD ... ROOF OFF OF A FRAME HOUSE. NUMEROUS TREES DOWN BLOCKING ROADS IN THE VICINITY. POSSIBLE TORNADO. (SGF)
0623UNK 5 SSE ROGERSVILLE CHRISTIAN MO3705 9301 TREES DOWN AND A FEW OUTBUILDINGS DAMAGED NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF BRADEN AND LAROSE. POSSIBLE TORNADO. (SGF)
0627UNK 5 ESE ROGERSVILLE CHRISTIAN MO3708 9298 SEVERAL TREES DOWN ... DAMAGE TO A FEW BARNS AND OUTBUILDINGS ... PORCH DAMAGED ON RESIDENCE NEAR THE INTERSTECT OF HIGHWAYS KK AND U. POSSIBLE TORNADO. (SGF)
0629UNK 5 ESE ROGERSVILLE WEBSTER MO3709 9297 SEVERAL TREES DOWN AND OUTBUILDINGS DAMAGED NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF OLGA ROAD AND HIGHWAY U. POSSIBLE TORNADO. (SGF)
0630UNK 4 S FORDLAND WEBSTER MO3710 9294 NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN. POWER POLES SNAPPED. NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF SPOUT SPRINGS ROAD AND DENNY ROAD. POSSIBLE TORNADO. (SGF)
0631UNK 3 S FORDLAND WEBSTER MO3711 9293 POWER POLES LEANING OVER AT 45 DEGREE ANGLE NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF SILVER SHADE ROAD AND GREEN HILL ROAD JUST WEST OF HIGHWAY Z. POSSIBLE TORNADO. (SGF)
0632UNK 2 S FORDLAND WEBSTER MO3712 9295 THREE TO FOUR FOOT DIAMETER TREE BLOWN DOWN ON A CAR ON GREEN HILL ROAD JUST LESS THAN A MILE EAST OF SPOUT SPRING ROAD. POSSIBLE TORNADO. (SGF)
0635UNK BRANSON WEST STONE MO3670 9337 REPORT FROM TRAINED SPOTTER VIA MEDIA OF POWER FLASHES AROUND BRANSON WEST. (SGF)
0736 60 RICHLAND PULASKI MO3786 9240 RELAYED FROM LACLEDE COUNTY EM OFFICE (SGF)
0804 65 DIXON PULASKI MO3799 9209 (SGF)
0836 60 BLAND GASCONADE MO3830 9163 TREE AND SIDING DAMAGE. TIME ESTIMATED FROM RADAR (LSX)
0836UNK BLAND GASCONADE MO3830 9163 GASCONADE COUNTY 911 REPORTED TREES UPROOTED ALONG HOLT ROAD IN THE BLAND AREA. METAL ALSO FOUND IN TREES. UNKNOWN WHERE THE METAL CAME FROM. (LSX)
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