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20110709's Storm Reports (1200 UTC - 1159 UTC) (Print Version)
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Note: All Reports Are Considered Preliminary
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Tornado Reports (CSV) (Raw Tornado CSV)(?)
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Hail Reports (CSV) (Raw Hail CSV)(?)
Time Size LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
2220175 7 N FLAGLER KIT CARSON CO394010307 HAIL LASTED 10 MINUTES. STRONG WINDS ESTIMATED TO 60 MPH. (GLD)
2355125 9 S SEIBERT KIT CARSON CO391710287 (GLD)
000010013 SSW STRATTON KIT CARSON CO391310270 (GLD)
0000175 5 NW KENNEBEC LYMAN SD4396 9993 DAMAGE TO A FIELD (ABR)
000510013 NW LAKIN KEARNY KS380710143 (DDC)
0120125 9 WSW PRATT PRATT KS3760 9889 THE HAIL WAS ALMOST COVERING THE GROUND WHITE. MOST OF THE HAIL WAS PEA-SIZE OR SMALLER. (DDC)
0120125W PRATT PRATT KS3765 9874 THE HAIL WAS ALMOST COVERING THE GROUND WHITE. (DDC)
0145175 3 NW LEBANON POTTER SD4510 9980 (ABR)
0216175 2 NW TOLSTOY POTTER SD4523 9964 ALSO RECEIVING ABOUT 55 MPH WINDS (ABR)
0220175 4 N TOLSTOY EDMUNDS SD4527 9960 (ABR)
0242125 8 WSW ROSCOE EDMUNDS SD4539 9948 (ABR)
0247150 8 ESE BOWDLE EDMUNDS SD4539 9951 (ABR)
0305175 8 NNW GETTYSBURG POTTER SD451110002 HAIL DAMAGED CORN AND WHEAT CROPS, AND TORE UP A WINDOW SCREEN (ABR)
0330100 9 NNE ROSCOE EDMUNDS SD4558 9928 (ABR)
Wind Reports (CSV) (Raw Wind CSV)(?)
Time Speed LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
1720 59 CHARLESTON AIRPORT CHARLESTON SC3290 8004 KCHS ASOS REPORTED A PEAK THUNDERSTORM WIND GUST OF 51 KNOTS. (CHS)
1903 64 RATON CREWS AIRPORT COLFAX NM367310450 KRTN ASOS. (ABQ)
1937UNK11 NW MILLETT BARNWELL SC3321 8165 SAVANNAH RIVER SITE REPORTED NUMEROUS TREES DOWN ACROSS THE SITE. TIME ESTIMATED FROM RADAR. (CAE)
1946 59 RATON CREWS AIRPORT COLFAX NM367310450 KRTN ASOS. (ABQ)
2053UNKWSW ETHRIDGE JONES GA3316 8345 ONE TREE DOWN ON A POWERLINE ON EATONTON HIGHWAY. (FFC)
2054UNK 1 W JAMESTOWN BERKELEY SC3329 7971 TREES DOWN ALONG HWY 45 IN JAMESTOWN. (CHS)
2100UNK 7 E ISLANDTON COLLETON SC3289 8081 REPORT OF A TREE DOWN ON A POWER LINE. TIME ESTIMATED BY RADAR (CHS)
2131UNK GARDEN CITY CHATHAM GA3210 8117 FIRE DEPARTMENT REPORTED ONE TREE DOWN AND SEVERAL LARGE LIMBS DOWN ON POWER LINES ACROSS THE GARDEN CITY AREA. (CHS)
2136UNK 3 SSW LADSON DORCHESTER SC3295 8012 A LARGE 40 FOOT TALL TREE IS DOWN AT THE CORNER OF WESCOTT BLVD AND PATRIOT BLVD. TIME IS ESTIMATED BASED ON RADAR. (CHS)
2138UNK 2 W MACON BIBB GA3283 8367 LINES DOWN ON EARNEST STREET. (FFC)
2150UNKS NEWNAN COWETA GA3337 8480 ONE TREE FELL ON PHONE AND CABLE LINES. (FFC)
2152UNK MACON BIBB GA3283 8364 ONE TREE DOWN ON TUCKER AND PEAK ROAD. (FFC)
2152UNK GRANTVILLE COWETA GA3323 8484 TWO TREES DOWN. (FFC)
2154UNK 5 WNW FAYETTEVILLE FAYETTE GA3348 8453 POWER LINE DOWN AT EASTIN ROAD AND SANDY CREEK ROAD. (FFC)
2155UNK 4 SW SAHUARITA PIMA AZ319211100 SEVERAL LARGE BRANCHES DOWN. ESTIMATED WINDS OF 60 MPH. (TWC)
2155UNK 3 WSW SAHUARITA PIMA AZ319311100 SEVERAL POWER POLES DOWN ON LA CANADA DR BETWEEN SAHUARITA ROAD AND DUVAL MINE ROAD. (TWC)
2200 6123 NE IBAPAH TOOELE UT402811370 WEST SALT FLATS SENSOR, DPG26. (SLC)
2207UNK 2 W WEST ASHLEY CHARLESTON SC3280 8004 TWO PALM TREES AND A PINE TREE BLOWN DOWN. (CHS)
2240 5819 WNW DUGWAY TOOELE UT403511308 WIG MOUNTAIN SENSOR, DPG14. (SLC)
2323 60 1 SSW MILAN CIBOLA NM351710790 KGNT ASOS. (ABQ)
2325 5915 NNE KNOLLS TOOELE UT409111315 DIDDLE KNOLL, DPG27. (SLC)
2330 5915 WNW PROMONTORY BOX ELDER UT417011285 LOCOMOTIVE SPRINGS SENSOR, LMS. (SLC)
0020 8215 S BETHUNE KIT CARSON CO390910242 ALSO REPORTED GOLF BALL SIZE HAIL AT SAME LOCATION. (GLD)
0040UNK RICHMOND CACHE UT419211181 A LARGE BARN WAS KNOCKED DOWN AND SEVERAL TREES WERE REPORTED DOWN ACROSS THE AREA. (SLC)
0106 6010 W PRATT PRATT KS3765 9892 TWO WEATHER VANES WERE BLOWN OFF SEPARATE BARN ROOFS. ALSO SEVERAL SMALL LIVE LIMBS WERE DOWN, SOME AT LEAST 1-INCH IN DIAMETER. (DDC)
0120 6511 S GOODLAND SHERMAN KS391910171 (GLD)
0135 90 9 S GOODLAND SHERMAN KS392210171 ESTIMATED 80 TO 90 MPH WIND. QUARTER SIZED HAIL ALSO REPORTED. (GLD)
0140UNK TEMPLE BAR MOHAVE AZ360311432 THUNDERSTORM WINDS RESULTED IN DOCKS BREAKING LOOSE AND FUEL LINES BEING PULLED APART AT THE TEMPLE BAR MARINA. THE MARINA WAS CLOSED SUNDAY AS A RESULT. (VEF)
0224 58 1 W YUMA YUMA CO401210274 (GLD)
0446 70 1 S OTIS RUSH KS3852 9905 AN EXPERIENCED STORM SPOTTERED ESTIMATED A 70 MPH WIND GUST IN FAR EASTERN RUSH COUNTY. (DDC)
0515UNKESE CANOVA MINER SD4388 9750 MEDIUM TO LARGE BRANCHES DOWN. HAIL OF UNKNOWN SIZE BUT NO HAIL DAMAGE NOTED. (FSD)
0519 61 2 ENE CLAYTON UNION NM364610314 KCAO ASOS. (ABQ)
0540UNK 5 SE MADISON LAKE SD4396 9703 WIND TIPPED BOATS ON LAKE MADISON (FSD)
0545UNK 1 NNW CHESTER LAKE SD4391 9694 TREES DOWN (FSD)
0810UNK 5 NW WORTHINGTON NOBLES MN4368 9567 LARGE BRANCHES DOWN, OLD TREE SNAPPED OFF. (FSD)
1020UNK 1 S LAKEVILLE DAKOTA MN4466 9324 SEVERAL LARGE TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN. (MPX)
1135UNK WEBB CLAY IA4295 9501 NUMEROUS 1 TO 4 INCH DIAMETER BRANCHES DOWN IN TOWN AND EXTENDING 4 TO 5 MILES NORTHEAST. (FSD)
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