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20170809's Storm Reports (20170809 1200 UTC - 20170810 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
1955125 5 NW SANBORN BARNES ND4699 9830 LARGE HAIL DIDNT COVER THE GROUND BUT A FEW WERE QUARTER SIZED OR A BIT BIGGER. (FGF)
2025100 8 NNW ORISKA BARNES ND4704 9785 A FEW NICKEL TO QUARTER SIZED HAIL IN HEAVY RAINS ACROSS NORTHERN NOLTIMIER TOWNSHIP. (FGF)
2037150 1 ESE TRENARY ALGER MI4619 8695 REPORT VIA PICTURE ON SOCIAL MEDIA. (MQT)
2045150 1 SSW TRENARY ALGER MI4619 8698 PICTURE OF NEAR GOLF BALL SIZED HAIL NEAR TRENARY VIA SOCIAL MEDIA. HAIL FELL FOR ABOUT 20 MINUTES. STRONG WINDS ALSO OBSERVED. (MQT)
2057175 HOISINGTON BARTON KS3852 9878 (ICT)
2100100 HOISINGTON BARTON KS3852 9878 (ICT)
210410010 WSW EUSTIS FRONTIER NE406110021 1 INCH HAIL REPORTED BY PUBLIC 10WSW EUSTIS 430PM CDT. (LBF)
2130100 RUTH TRINITY CA402812340 (EKA)
2135175 ALBERT BARTON KS3845 9901 (ICT)
2143100 1 SW ALICE CASS ND4675 9757 VERY HEAVY RAIN AND STRONG WINDS ALONG WITH HAIL NEARLY COVERING THE GROUND ACROSS CENTRAL CLIFTON TOWNSHIP. A FEW OF THE LARGEST HAIL WERE NICKEL TO QUARTER SIZED. MOS (FGF)
2145175 4 SE LAS VEGAS SAN MIGUEL NM355510517 CALL FROM LAS VEGAS STATE FORESTRY OFFICE. (ABQ)
2145100 1 SW ALICE CASS ND4675 9757 VERY HEAVY RAIN AND STRONG WINDS ALONG WITH HAIL NEARLY COVERING THE GROUND ACROSS CENTRAL CLIFTON TOWNSHIP. A FEW OF THE LARGEST HAIL WERE NICKEL TO QUARTER SIZED. MOS (FGF)
2150275 LAS VEGAS SAN MIGUEL NM356010522 REPORT FROM NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS UNIVERSITY. (ABQ)
2219100 1 S LEONARD CASS ND4664 9725 A FEW LARGE HAIL NEAR HWY 46 AND CR18. SHELF CLOUD EARLIER BUT WIND NOT TOO BAD. (FGF)
2247100 ROSLYN DAY SD4550 9749 MOSTLY DIME SIZED HAIL WITH A FEW UP TO QUARTER SIZE. (ABR)
2304175 4 N WAGON MOUND MORA NM360610471 (ABQ)
2307100 3 SSE PICKEREL LAKE STA DAY SD4546 9727 MOSTLY NICKLES WITH A FEW QUARTERS SIZED HAILSTONES. RADAR ESTIMATED TIME. (ABR)
2320100 3 SW OLD STATION SHASTA CA406412147 HAIL COVERED THE GROUND ... . SOME HAIL STONES WERE AS LARGE AS AN INCH. (STO)
2330125 5 S ALMENA NORTON KS3981 9972 (GLD)
2340175 4 WNW RAUVILLE CODINGTON SD4500 9715 50-60 MPH WINDS AS WELL. (ABR)
2355100 1 N WAVERLY CODINGTON SD4502 9697 (ABR)
2357425 3 WSW MEDICINE LODGE BARBER KS3727 9863 (DDC)
005427510 ESE MAES SAN MIGUEL NM356310444 (ABQ)
020017510 ESE MAES SAN MIGUEL NM356310444 (ABQ)
Wind Reports (CSV) (Raw Wind CSV)(?)
Time Speed LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
1708UNK CANOOCHEE EMANUEL GA3267 8218 TREE REPORTED DOWN AT INTERSECTION OF CANOOCHEE RD AND HWY 192. (FFC)
1715UNK 1 ESE TWIN CITY EMANUEL GA3258 8213 TREE REPORTED DOWN AT THE INTERSECTION OF GEORGE L. SMITH STATE PARK RD AND U.S. HIGHWAY 80. (FFC)
1919 61 5 E ARLINGTON DUVAL FL3034 8151 WIND GUST OF 61 MPH MEASURED AT JACKSONVILLE EXECUTIVE AIRPORT AT CRAIG. (JAX)
2000UNK 1 NNW GAINESVILLE ALACHUA FL2968 8234 A TREE WAS UPROOTED AND BLOWN ON A HOME ALONG NW 14TH STREET. NO INJURIES. THE TIME OF DAMAGE WAS BASED ON RADAR. (JAX)
2000UNK 1 N BROOKER BRADFORD FL2990 8233 CENTRAL DISPATCH REPORTED A TREE DOWN ON EDEN LOOP CHURCH ROAD IN THE BROOKER AREA. (JAX)
2005UNK 2 SE GAINESVILLE ALACHUA FL2966 8232 SCATTERED TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS GAINESVILLE. TIME OF DAMAGE WAS BASED ON RADAR. (JAX)
2030UNK 3 SSW LAKE BUTLER UNION FL2998 8236 CENTRAL DISPATCH REPORTED A TREE DOWN ON A POWERLINE ON SOUTH COUNTY ROAD 231 NEAR SW 69TH TRAIL. (JAX)
2104 60 EUSTIS FRONTIER NE406610003 OBERRVER REPORTED THAT TEXAS INSTRUMENTS EQUIPMENT WAS REPORTING SUSTAINED 40MPH AND GUSTS TO 60MPH. (LBF)
2108UNK 3 WSW ENTERPRISE CLARKE MS3216 8887 A TREE WAS ON A CAR ON COUNTY ROAD 363. ESTIMATED WINDS OF 30-40 MPH. (JAN)
2205 60 1 WNW HOLBROOK FURNAS NE403110003 ESTIMATED 60 MPH WIND. 2 INCH TREE LIMBS DOWN. NEAR ZERO VISIBILITY IN HEAVY RAIN. NO HAIL. (GID)
2239 6232 NNE NEW PASS SUMMIT LANDER NV399811732 MESONET STATION RBTN2 ... RED BUTTE RAWS. (LKN)
2330 61 8 N RYNDON ELKO NV410711558 STORM VERY NEAR OR JUST NORTH OF THE AREA. TRAINED WEATHER SPOTTER REPORTED A GUST TO 62 MPH. (LKN)
0000UNK ANIMAS HIDALGO NM319510881 ABOUT 20 POWER POLES DOWN BETWEEN ANIMAS AND RODEO. POWER WENT OUT RIGHT AROUND 6-615 PM. (EPZ)
0015UNK 3 NNE ELLISVILLE JONES MS3164 8918 TREES & POWERLINES DOWN ON PALMER ROAD & BURNT BRIDGE ROAD. (JAN)
0037 70 3 NNE KIOWA BARBER KS3705 9846 (DDC)
0225UNK 3 W ENID GARFIELD OK3641 9794 POWER LINES DOWNED BY STRONG WINDS NEAR THE 5500 BLOCK OF CHESTNUT AVENUE. (OUN)
0233 60 ENID GARFIELD OK3640 9789 (OUN)
0428 58 1 SE MAESER UINTAH UT404610957 MESONET STATION E3712 ... MAESER. (GJT)
0733UNK 1 W GILMAN TAYLOR WI4517 9083 PART OF A CORN FIELD WAS FLATTENED. IT WAS 8 FEET TALL PRIOR TO THIS. (ARX)
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