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20090704's Storm Report (1200 UTC - 1159 UTC)
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Map of 090704_rpts's severe weather reports
Note: All data are considered preliminary
Tornado Reports (in CSV format)
TimeLocationCountyStateLatLonComments
2329 3 NE ALMO CALLOWAY KY3673 8824 AN EF0 TORNADO OCCURRED FROM 3 MILES NORTHEAST OF ALMO KENTUCKY TO NEAR HICO KENTUCKY. PEAK WINDS WERE 75 MPH. AVERAGE PATH WIDTH WAS 50 YARDS AND PATH LENGTH WAS 2 MIL (PAH)
2339 4 SW GOLDEN POND TRIGG KY3674 8807 AN EFO TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN 4 MILES SOUTHWEST OF GOLDEN POND KENTUCKY TO 3.5 MILES SOUTHWEST OF GOLDEN POND KENTUCKY. PEAK WIND WAS 70 MPH. AVERAGE PATH WIDTH WAS 50 YA (PAH)
0005 6 W CLARKSVILLE MONTGOMERY TN3656 8746 2 TORNADOES REPORTED ON GROUND AT WOODLAWN AND SEVERAL MILES SOUTHWEST OF WOODLAWN (OHX)
0013 1 SE HERNDON CHRISTIAN KY3670 8759 EF1 TORNADO WAS NOTED 1.25 MILES SE OF HERNDON OR 11 MILES SSW OF HOPKINSVILLE TO 1.75 MILES SE HERNDON OR 11 MILES S OF HOPKINSVILLE. PEAK WIND WAS ESTIMATED AT 95 MPH (PAH)
0100 8 W STE. GENEVIEVE STE. GENEVIEVE MO3797 9020 EMA REPORTED 2 BRIEF TORNADOES TOUCHING DOWN FOR APPROXIMATELY 3 TO 5 MINUTES...AND QUICKLY DISSIPATING (LSX)
Hail Reports (in CSV format)
Time Size LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
1645 75 TILTON BELKNAP NH4344 7159 (GYX)
1658100 FRANKLIN MERRIMACK NH4345 7167 FRANKLIN POLICE REPORTED QUARTER SIZE HAIL (GYX)
1736 88 5 NW NORTH WINDHAM CUMBERLAND ME4390 7050 PUBLIC REPORTED NICKEL SIZE HAIL ON ROUTE 35 NEXT TO SEBAGO LAKE. TIME BASED ON RADAR. (GYX)
1755 88 4 ESE BIDDEFORD YORK ME4346 7038 PUBLIC REPORTED HAIL COVERING DOCKS AND GROUND IN CAMP ELLIS WITH MAX HAIL SIZE ESTIMATED AT NICKEL. (GYX)
1844 88 4 ENE FRYEBURG OXFORD ME4403 7091 PUBLIC REPORTS NICKEL SIZE HAIL EAST OF FRYEBURG ON ROUTE 302. (GYX)
2023 75 6 NW DOZIER COLLINGSWORTH TX351410042 (AMA)
2033 7518 SW UTICA JUDITH BASIN MT467811036 (TFX)
2048 75 FOUNTAIN EL PASO CO386810470 (PUB)
2114 7510 SE CANYON CREEK LEWIS AND CLARK MT467011211 (TFX)
2125 75 9 E CORDELL WASHITA OK3530 9882 (OUN)
213417510 W DUBOIS FREMONT WY435410984 (RIW)
214210011 N BEULAH PUEBLO CO382410498 (PUB)
2210100 3 N BILOXI HARRISON MS3046 8893 HARRISON COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT REPORTED DIME TO QUARTER SIZE HAIL IN DIBERVILLE. (LIX)
2250100 MIDLAND MIDLAND TX320010208 HAIL RANGED IN SIZE FROM NICKEL TO QUARTER. (MAF)
230512517 E FORT BENTON CHOUTEAU MT478311029 NUMEROUS HAILSTONES UP TO 1 1/4 INCH IN DIAMETER - HALF DOLLAR SIZED - MOSTLY COVERED THE GROUND. HAIL FELL FROM AROUND 5 PM TO 505 PM. (TFX)
2320 75 YUKON CANADIAN OK3551 9775 (OUN)
232510010 E BROWNING GLACIER MT485611280 (TFX)
0030175 7 SW GOODNIGHT ARMSTRONG TX349610127 (AMA)
0055 88 8 SW TRENTON GIBSON TN3589 8904 (MEG)
0106 88 6 W RIVERTON FREMONT WY430410853 NICKEL-SIZED HAIL SHREDDED LEAVES ON TREES. (RIW)
0110100 POCATELLO BANNOCK ID428811247 ONE INCH SIZE HAIL (PIH)
0145 75 5 WSW GREAT FALLS CASCADE MT474711138 HAIL OF 1/4 TO 3/4 INCH IN DIAMETER - PEA TO PENNY SIZED - FELL FROM AROUND 740 PM MDT TO 745 PM MDT...ALONG WITH BRIEF HEAVY RAINFALL...AT THE NWS FORECAST OFFICE. ALS (TFX)
0220 88 DUTTON TETON MT478511171 LOTS OF DIME TO NICKEL SIZED HAIL THAT COVERED THE LAWN OF A DEPUTY SHERIFF FROM TETON COUNTY. BRIEF HEAVY RAINFALL WITH GUSTY...BUT NOT STRONG...WINDS. STORM LASTED 20 (TFX)
Wind Reports (in CSV format)
Time Speed LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
1240UNK 8 WNW BROWNSVILLE HAYWOOD TN3564 8939 POWER PLANT CONSTRUCTION SITE HEAR HUDSON LAKE AND TWO MILES SOUTH OF HIGHWAY 19 HAD A 50,000 POUND SMOKE STACK, A 40,000 POUND CRANE BOOM AND 25 PORT A JOHNS BLOWN OVE (MEG)
1730UNK 2 N ALMA CRAWFORD AR3551 9422 LARGE TREES DOWN ON DOW JONES ROAD NORTH OF ALMA (TSA)
1832 59 FRYEBURG OXFORD ME4402 7098 FRYEBURG ASOS MEASURE A WIND GUST OF 59 MPH AT 1832Z. (GYX)
1900UNK BRIDGTON CUMBERLAND ME4405 7071 BRIDGTON POLICE REPORTS NUMEROUS TREES DOWN TAKING OUT POWERLINES ON KANSAS ROAD AND WINN ROAD WITH ONE HOUSE DESTROYED ON PORTLAND ROAD. (GYX)
2037 80 2 E SHAMROCK WHEELER TX352210021 TRAILER ON THE EAST SIDE OF SHAMROCK WAS LIFTED AND MOVED...LARGE TREE LIMBS DOWN...DELAYED REPORT FROM JULY 4 (AMA)
2100UNK COLUMBIA MARION MS3126 8983 3 TO 4 TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN IN COLUMBIA...THOSE TREES ALSO TOOK DOWN POWER LINES. (JAN)
2125 80 9 E CORDELL WASHITA OK3530 9882 (OUN)
2135UNK 8 E CLARITA COAL OK3448 9629 25 FEET TALL HICKORY TREE, ONE FOOT IN DIAMETER, BLOWN DOWN BY THUNDERSTROM WIND GUST. (OUN)
2145UNK DEXTER STODDARD MO3679 8996 FENCE DAMAGE AND SHINGLES MISSING OFF A ROOF OF A NEARBY BUSINESS. DAMAGE WAS LOCATED JUST NORTH OF HWY 60 IN THE NORTHWEST PART OF TOWN. TIME ESTIMATED. NUMEROUS TREE (PAH)
2148 66 BILOXI HARRISON MS3042 8893 A WIND GUST OF 66 MPH WAS MEASURED AT KEESLER AIRFORCE BASE. (LIX)
2150 64 3 N HART CASTRO TX344310211 (LUB)
2200UNK 2 N MCLAURIN FORREST MS3120 8922 A COUPLE OF TREES DOWN AT THE NORTH GATE OF CAMP SHELBY. (JAN)
2208UNK CHARLESTON MISSISSIPPI MO3692 8934 NUMEROUS TREE LIMBS DOWN IN TOWN...ESPECIALLY ALONG MAIN STREET NORTH OF HWY 62. HISTORICAL SOCIETY BUILDING SUFFERED ROOF DAMGE. A FEW HOUSES ALONG MAIN STREET ALSO HA (PAH)
2215UNK BILOXI HARRISON MS3042 8893 HARRISON COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT REPORTED DOWNED TREE LIMBS AND POWER OUTAGES IN BILOXI. (LIX)
2220UNK 5 SW BARDWELL CARLISLE KY3682 8907 ALONG HWY 123...A HOME SUFFERED DAMAGE TO ITS ATTACHED CAR PORT. WIND LIFTED THE CAR PORT AND THEN PUSHED OUT THE SIDE WALL WHICH THEN FELL ON A PARKED CAR. TIME ESTIMA (PAH)
2225 70 BERKLEY CARLISLE KY3681 8912 A REPORT OF 70 TO 80 MPH WINDS MEASURED OUT OF CARLISE COUNTY BY 911 OFFICIALS (PAH)
2240UNK SUNRISE FORREST MS3131 8921 A COUPLE OF TREES DOWN IN THE SUNRISE COMMUNITY. (JAN)
2241UNK DEXTER STODDARD MO3679 8996 ABOUT HALF DOZEN UTILITY POLES BROKEN BY STRAIGHT LINE WINDS AND SEVERAL BROKEN TREE LIMBS UP TO 6 INCHES IN DIAMETER ACCROSS STODDARD COUNTY. (PAH)
2241UNK BERKLEY CARLISLE KY3681 8912 CARLISLE COUNTY 911 RECEIVED REPORTS OF A CARPORT BLOWN INTO THE STREET AND A CAMPER/RV BLOWN OVER AT 4145 STATE RD 123. (PAH)
2300 8910 SW PADUCAH COTTLE TX339110043 (LUB)
2305UNK 2 SE WIGGINS STONE MS3084 8911 TREE DOWN ON KING BEE RD. AT 10 MILE CHURCH RD. 2 SE WIGGINS, MS. ALSO, PARTIAL TREE DOWN ON CARMEN CT., INSIDE WIGGINS CITY LIMITS. (MOB)
2305 70 TUTTLE GRADY OK3529 9782 OUTBUILDING DAMAGED BY MICROBURST (OUN)
2305UNK17 E FORT BENTON CHOUTEAU MT478311029 DAMAGING WINDS ACCOMPANIED HAIL. IT LIFTED THE CAP - WHICH WAS BOLTED DOWN - OFF A GRAIN BIN. THE VENT CAP WAS TORN OFF A WORKSHOP. IT ALSO CAUSED CROP DAMAGE - A NEIGH (TFX)
2315UNK MAYFIELD GRAVES KY3674 8865 ELECTRICAL LINES DOWN (PAH)
2320UNK DEXTER CALLOWAY KY3674 8830 NEAR HWY 1436 TREE LIMBS DOWN AND POWERLINES DOWN (PAH)
2327 70 MURRAY CALLOWAY KY3661 8832 70 MPH WINDS IN MURRAY...REPORTS OF A ROOF BLOWN OFF A BULDING. (PAH)
2330UNK HALLS LAUDERDALE TN3587 8940 SEVERAL TREES DOWN ACROSS THE NORTHERN PORTIONS OF LAUDERDALE COUNTY. (MEG)
2345UNK 3 S CANTON TRIGG KY3676 8796 TREE LIMBS DOWNED AROUND CUMBERLAND SHORES...AS WELL AS IN WRANGLERS CAMPGROUND IN THE LAND BETWEEN THE LAKES. (PAH)
0001UNK KNOX CITY KNOX TX3342 9982 OUTBUILDINGS BLOWN DOWN, TIN ROOF BLOWN OFF, POWER LINES DOWN. REPORTED BY KNOX COUNTY 911 DISPATCH. (OUN)
0001UNK 8 ESE DOVER STEWART TN3644 8771 SEVERAL TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN NEAR THE INDIAN MOUND COMMUNITY. (OHX)
0008UNK 6 W HERNDON TRIGG KY3671 8771 TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN ON THE 2000 BLOCK OF ROARING SPRINGS RD. (PAH)
0010UNK 4 W HERNDON CHRISTIAN KY3671 8767 METAL STORAGE BUILDING BLOWN ACROSS SIMMONS CEMETERY RD. (PAH)
0012 60 HERNDON CHRISTIAN KY3671 8760 OFF DUTY NWS EMPLOYEE ESTIMATES 60 MPH WINDS IN HERNDON KY. (PAH)
0030UNK 7 S CLARKSVILLE MONTGOMERY TN3646 8735 TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN SOUTH OF CLARKSVILLE. (OHX)
0040UNK 8 WNW BROWNSVILLE HAYWOOD TN3564 8939 POWER PLANT CONSTRUCTION SITE HEAR HUDSON LAKE AND TWO MILES SOUTH OF HIGHWAY 19 HAD A 50,000 POUND SMOKE STACK, A 40,000 POUND CRANE BOOM AND 25 PORT A JOHNS BLOWN OVE (MEG)
0114UNK 9 SW JACKSON MADISON TN3554 8894 TREE DOWN ON POWER LINES. (MEG)
0125 59 7 NW VELMA STEPHENS OK3453 9775 (OUN)
0545UNK 9 NNW LEXINGTON HENDERSON TN3577 8845 SEVERAL TREES DOWN IN COMMUNITY OF UNION CROSS (MEG)
0642UNK 5 NNW PARSONS DECATUR TN3572 8816 SEVERAL TREES DOWN (MEG)
Full report in comma-separated values (CSV) format and in KML format.
Fields marked UNK are unknown
All Times UTC
Wind Gusts in MPH
Hail Sizes in 1/100 of an Inch (75 = 0.75")
LAT/LON in decimal degrees to two decimals, see SPC FAQ for more info
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