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20140809'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)(?)
TimeLocationCountyStateLatLonComments
2045 5 N ST. FRANCIS CHEYENNE KS398410180 LANDSPOUT (GLD)
2057 7 SE ST. FRANCIS CHEYENNE KS397010171 EMERGENCY MANAGER REPORT OF TOUCHDOWN NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF ROAD I/20. (GLD)
2122 LAKE COCHRANE REC AREA DEUEL SD4471 9646 ROOF OFF CABIN UNMANNED BOATS BLOWN OFF LIFTS AND MINOR TREE DAMAGE (ABR)
215510 SSW BIRD CITY CHEYENNE KS396210163 (GLD)
Hail Reports (CSV) (Raw Hail CSV)(?)
Time Size LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
1412100 1 E BURWELL GARFIELD NE4178 9911 (LBF)
1412100 2 NW BURWELL GARFIELD NE4180 9916 (LBF)
2026275 8 S SENECA THOMAS NE419310083 GOLFBALL TO BASEBALL HAIL AT TIME OF REPORT ... ALONG WITH VERY HEAVY RAIN. (LBF)
2028100 7 S PRINGLE CUSTER SD435110359 HAIL COVERED GROUND (UNR)
2035275 8 S SENECA THOMAS NE419310083 BASEBALL SIZED HAIL OCCURRED AGAIN AT 335 PM CDT. VERY HEAVY RAIN STILL OCCURRING. GROUND COMPLETELY WHITE. (LBF)
2057100S ST. FRANCIS CHEYENNE KS397710180 HALF MILE SOUTH OF ST FRANCIS (GLD)
2115100 2 NNE ANGOSTURA RESERVO FALL RIVER SD433510342 (UNR)
212210013 NNW STAPLETON LOGAN NE416510061 ESTIMATED WIND GUSTS TO 40 MPH ALONG WITH QUARTER SIZED HAIL AND VERY HEAVY RAIN. (LBF)
2127100 8 SW THEDFORD THOMAS NE419010068 DIME TO QUARTER SIZED HAIL OCCURRING. (LBF)
223317517 S WHITMAN GRANT NE418010154 (LBF)
2310125 1 N RINGGOLD MCPHERSON NE415310077 (LBF)
2315125 4 N ARNOLD CUSTER NE414810019 TIME ESTIMATED BY RADAR (LBF)
233310016 NNW HYANNIS CHERRY NE422110188 MOST HAIL STONES WERE NICKEL TO QUARTER SIZE (LBF)
2345200 8 NW CALLAWAY CUSTER NE413710003 RELAYED VIA SOCIAL MEDIA (LBF)
2346175 7 ENE FRANKLIN FRANKLIN NE4014 9883 DELAYED REPORT OF GOLF BALL SIZE HAIL DURING EARLY STAGES OF ISOLATED SEVERE STORM ON SATURDAY EVENING. (GID)
234712510 SE ARNOLD CUSTER NE413210006 VERY HEAVY RAIN AT TIME OF REPORT ALONG WITH THE HAIL. (LBF)
0008125 6 W PIRTLEVILLE COCHISE AZ313710966 SPOTTER REPORTS HALF DOLLAR SIZED HAIL (TWC)
0010100 8 N MANTER STANTON KS376410191 MOST OF THE HAIL HAS BEEN PEA SIZE OR A LITTLE LARGER. (DDC)
0025150 CALLAWAY CUSTER NE4129 9992 (LBF)
0045100 7 E COZAD DAWSON NE4086 9985 ONE INCH HAIL OCCURRED FROM 745-803 PM. REPORT FROM NERAIN OBSERVER. (GID)
0046100 6 NE SUTHERLAND LINCOLN NE412210105 VERY HEAVY RAIN AT TIME OF REPORT. (LBF)
0057150 5 S OCONTO CUSTER NE4107 9976 ALONG WITH PING BALL SIZED HAIL ... VERY HEAVY RAIN OCCURRING. 2.03 INCHES RAINFALL SO FAR AT TIME OF THIS REPORT. (LBF)
0057125 HERSHEY LINCOLN NE411610100 QUARTER TO HALF DOLLAR SIZED HAIL ALONG WITH VERY HEAVY RAIN. VISIBILITY 1/4 MILE OR LESS. (LBF)
0100100 5 SSE HERSHEY LINCOLN NE410910096 VERY HEAVY RAIN OCCURRING AT TIME OF REPORT. (LBF)
0102100 LEXINGTON DAWSON NE4078 9974 OFFICER REPORTED PEA TO QUARTER SIZED HAIL (GID)
0104175 2 SSE HERSHEY LINCOLN NE411310099 (LBF)
0112150 1 E LEXINGTON DAWSON NE4078 9972 (GID)
0114100 5 N BELLAIRE SMITH KS3987 9868 (GID)
0114175 1 E LEXINGTON DAWSON NE4078 9972 PEA SIZE HAIL UP TO QUARTER AND OCCASIONALLY GOLF BALL SIZE HAIL. (GID)
0116275 3 E LEXINGTON DAWSON NE4078 9968 GOLF BALL TO BASEBALL SIZED HAIL ONGOING. ESTIMATED 55 MPH WIND GUSTS. (GID)
0122175 5 N BELLAIRE SMITH KS3987 9868 HAIL HAS BEEN ONGOING FOR OVER 10 MINUTES AND JUST INCREASED TO GOLF BALL SIZED. (GID)
0127175 LEBANON SMITH KS3981 9856 (GID)
0130125NE LEBANON SMITH KS3981 9856 HALF DOLLAR SIZED HAIL ONGOING FOR 10 MINUTES. SPOTTER LOCATED NE SIDE OF TOWN. (GID)
0134150 7 SSW NORTH PLATTE LINCOLN NE410410082 HAIL RANGED FROM QUARTER TO PING PONG BALL SIZE (LBF)
0147275 2 S LEBANON SMITH KS3978 9856 (GID)
0150100 ELM CREEK BUFFALO NE4072 9938 QUARTER SIZED HAIL FALLING IN ELM CREEK WITH WIND GUSTS OF 30 TO 40 MPH. (GID)
0156150 7 N ELSIE PERKINS NE409510139 PEA ... MARBLE ... UP TO A FEW PING PONG SIZED HAIL STONES. VERY HEAVY RAIN AT TIME OF REPORT. (LBF)
0158175 ELM CREEK BUFFALO NE4072 9938 PEA TO GOLF BALL SIZED HAIL FALLING WITH 20 TO 25 MPH WIND GUSTS. (GID)
0235125 6 E BELOIT MITCHELL KS3947 9800 (GID)
0240100 4 E BELOIT MITCHELL KS3947 9803 RADAR EST TIME (GID)
Wind Reports (CSV) (Raw Wind CSV)(?)
Time Speed LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
1800UNK BONIFAY HOLMES FL3079 8568 1 TREE AND 1 POWER LINE DOWN. TIME ESTIMATED USING RADAR. (TAE)
1805UNK 3 NW STARKVILLE OKTIBBEHA MS3348 8887 POWER LINES WERE DOWNED ALONG BABYLON RD (JAN)
1835UNK10 W CANTON MADISON MS3263 9021 TREE DOWNED ON MT ELAM RD (JAN)
1845UNK CLINTON HINDS MS3234 9033 STRONG WINDS SNAPPED OFF THE TOP OF A TREE (JAN)
1900UNK JACKSON HINDS MS3232 9021 MULTIPLE UTILITY LINES DOWNED IN THE CITY OF JACKSON (JAN)
1900UNK 5 NNE BRANDON RANKIN MS3234 8997 TREES DOWNED ALONG CHARTRES ST IN THE BOURGEOIS SUBDIVISION (JAN)
1915UNK 3 NNE WETUMPKA ELMORE AL3258 8618 TWO TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN ALONG STATE HIGHWAY 9 NORTH OF WETUMPKA. WINDS WERE ESTIMATED BY THE EMERGENCY MANAGER TO BE 30 TO 40 MPH. (BMX)
1917UNK 2 W CAMERON LE FLORE OK3513 9457 HALF OF A MILE STRETCH ALONG HIGHWAY 112 WITH MULTIPLE TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN. (TSA)
1932UNK WEST ASHLEY CHARLESTON SC3280 8001 PUBLIC REPORTED LARGE TREE BRANCH DOWN IN AVONDALE. DIAMETER UNKNOWN. (CHS)
1948UNK 1 WNW SAWDUST GADSDEN FL3055 8469 MULTIPLE TREES BLOWN DOWN IN THE VICINITY OF CYPRESS CIRCLE TO THE SOUTHEAST OF GREESBORO. TIME IS ESTIMATED FROM RADAR. (TAE)
2019UNK 2 NE PINOLA SIMPSON MS3190 8994 TREE DOWN ON HIGHWAY 43N BETWEEN MENDENHALL AND PINOLA. (JAN)
2024UNK PARIS LOGAN AR3529 9372 TREES AND POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN IN THE CITY OF PARIS ... AND JUST EAST OF PARIS. (LZK)
2030UNK PRICHARD MOBILE AL3074 8809 TREES REPORTED DOWN ON TOP OF A HOUSE AND CARS IN PRICHARD ... ALABAMA. (MOB)
2030UNK SARALAND MOBILE AL3082 8807 ROOF DAMAGE REPORTED AT SEVERAL LOCAL BUSINESSES. (MOB)
2035UNK KNOXVILLE JOHNSON AR3538 9336 WINDS BROKE OFF THE TOP OF A SMALL TREE. (LZK)
2035UNK CLARKSVILLE JOHNSON AR3546 9347 TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN AT CLARKSVILLE. (LZK)
2054UNK 3 W DARDANELLE YELL AR3523 9322 TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN ON HIGHWAY 27 ABOUT THREE MILES WEST OF DARDANELLE. (LZK)
2054UNK DOVER POPE AR3540 9311 TREES AND POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN. (LZK)
2100UNK RUSSELLVILLE POPE AR3527 9314 A TREE WAS BLOWN DOWN IN RUSSELLVILLE. EMERGENCY DISPATCH HAS ALSO RECEIVED REPORTS OF TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN IN AREAS AROUND THE COUNTY. (LZK)
2105UNK 4 NE SEMINARY COVINGTON MS3160 8945 TREE DOWN NEAR INTERSECTION OF HWY 535 AND HWY 588. (JAN)
2110 6012 SSE BURLINGTON KIT CARSON CO391410219 (GLD)
2115 60 2 NNE ANGOSTURA RESERVO FALL RIVER SD433510342 TREES BENDING OVER (UNR)
2141 62 CEDAR POINT ELBERT CO393510382 (BOU)
2150 60 5 N WESKAN WALLACE KS389310196 (GLD)
2151 59 CEDAR POINT ELBERT CO393510382 (BOU)
2222 60 2 N SHARON SPRINGS WALLACE KS389210175 (GLD)
2245UNKS OKLAHOMA CITY OKLAHOMA OK3547 9751 WIND GUSTS PEELED BACK THE ROOF OF THE OUTDOOR STAGE AT THE OKC DOWNTOWN AIRPARK EVENTS CENTER ... AS WELL AS A LARGE TENT. (OUN)
2250UNK 3 S DOUGLASVILLE DOUGLAS GA3371 8475 DOUGLAS COUNTY 911 RELAYED A REPORT OF A COUPLE POWER LINES DOWN IN THE COUNTY ALONG WITH A COUPLE HOUSE FIRES FROM LIGHTNING. (FFC)
2312 59 2 NW GAINESVILLE COOKE TX3365 9717 RECORDED AT KGLE AWOS. (FWD)
2313 65N COLBY THOMAS KS393910105 PEA-SIZED HAIL AS WELL (GLD)
2330UNK ATLANTA FULTON GA3375 8439 FULTON COUNTY EMA RELAYED A REPORT OF TREES DOWN IN FULTON COUNTY. TREES WERE DOWN AT 3470 AND 3505 RIVERLY RD NW ... 1307 BEECHER ST SW AND 501 CONNELL AVE SW. (FFC)
2347UNK 2 N LISBON CLAIBORNE LA3282 9287 TREES DOWN ... POWER LINES DOWN (SHV)
0048 71 1 N SYRACUSE HAMILTON KS379910175 REPORT FROM THE SYRACUSE AWOS. (DDC)
0105 60 9 NE KENDALL KEARNY KS380310143 (DDC)
0110 6022 NW ARTHUR GRANT NE418010199 ESTIMATED 40 TO 60 MPH WIND GUSTS ... WITH DIME SIZED HAIL. (LBF)
0112 60 2 N BELLAIRE SMITH KS3983 9868 OFFICER REPORTED A WIND GUST OF 60 MPH NORTH OF BELLAIRE (GID)
0116 58 SMITH CENTER AIRPORT SMITH KS3976 9879 (GID)
0123 59 SMITH CENTER AIRPORT SMITH KS3976 9879 (GID)
0124 80 3 ENE BELLAIRE SMITH KS3982 9862 ESTIMATED 70-80 MPH WINDS AND GOLF BALL SIZED HAIL. (GID)
0135 59 KTCS SIERRA NM332310727 KTCS OBSERVATION FROM THUNDERSTORM OUTFLOW. (EPZ)
0147UNK 2 S LEBANON SMITH KS3978 9856 14 POWER POLES DOWN AND MANY TREE LIMBS DOWN (GID)
0150 60 BURR OAK JEWELL KS3987 9830 ESTIMATED 60 MPH WIND GUSTS PEAKING ABOUT 850 PM. 4 INCH DIAMETER BRANCHES DOWN IN TOWN. ESTIMATED DIME SIZED HAIL AND VERY HEAVY RAIN. (GID)
0244 60 8 NW BELOIT MITCHELL KS3955 9821 EST 50 TO 60 MPH WINDS WITH NICKLE SIZED HAIL (GID)
0246 59 1 E GARDEN CITY FINNEY KS379810084 THIS IS A KDOT REPORT. (DDC)
0314 72 1 S WOOD RIVER HALL NE4081 9860 (GID)
0318 60 6 S WOOD RIVER HALL NE4074 9860 (GID)
0331 71 HASTINGS AIRPORT ADAMS NE4060 9843 (GID)
0332 64 2 N HASTINGS ADAMS NE4062 9839 VIA SPOTTER NETWORK. (GID)
0335UNK HASTINGS ADAMS NE4059 9839 LARGE TREE LIMB BROKEN AT 7TH AND KANSAS (GID)
0344 60 3 ENE DODGE CITY FORD KS3778 9997 (DDC)
0345 60 5 E AYR ADAMS NE4044 9835 DELAYED REPORT OF SEVERE WIND GUST FROM SATURDAY EVENING (GID)
0348 60 BLADEN WEBSTER NE4032 9860 OFFICER EST 60 MPH WIND GUST IN TOWN (GID)
0400UNK 2 W DODGE CITY FORD KS377610005 A SEMI-TRAILER WAS BLOWN OVER ON HIGHWAY 400 ... 2 MILES WEST OF DODGE CITY. (DDC)
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