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20180915's Storm Reports (20180915 1200 UTC - 20180916 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
1545 HAMPSTEAD PENDER NC3437 7770 AN EF-0 CAUSED DAMAGE IN PARTS OF THE DEERFIELD COMMUNITY IN HAMPSTEAD. DETAILS OF THE TORNADO SURVEY CAN BE FOUND IN A PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT. (ILM)
2316 2 W BAYSHORE NEW HANOVER NC3429 7783 AN EF-1 (95 MPH) TORNADO IMPACTED THE AREA NEAR BRITTANY LAKES IN THE MURRAYVILLE AREA CAUSING DOZENS OF DOWNED TREES AND HOME DAMAGE. MORE INFORMATION REGARDING THIS T (ILM)
2324 2 N WRIGHTSBORO NEW HANOVER NC3431 7792 TWO POWER LINES AND POLES DOWN ACROSS CASTLE HAYNE RD SOUTH OF 140 NARROWING TRAFFIC LANE DUE TO POSSIBLE TORNADO. (ILM)
0129 1 NE BAYSHORE NEW HANOVER NC3430 7778 A BRIEF TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ON THE NORTH SIDE OF PORTERS NECK ROAD BETWEEN PORTERS NECK ROAD AND TIBBYS DRIVE. THE TORNADO MOVED NW FOR LESS THAN 2 MINUTES AND SNAPPED (ILM)
0241 1 NW ATKINSON PENDER NC3454 7818 TWO MOBILE HOMES FLIPPED OVER ON SLOCUM TRAIL. (ILM)
0402 1 N OGDEN NEW HANOVER NC3428 7780 A BRIEF TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF BICAYNE DRIVE AT PAGES CREEK. THE TORNADO MOVED NW FOR ABOUT 2 MINUTES AND SNAPPED A COUPLE DOZEN TREES UP TO 14" IN D (ILM)
0409 3 NE WRIGHTSBORO NEW HANOVER NC3431 7790 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN BRIEFLY ALONG BLUE CLAY ROAD NORTH OF I-140 AND WEST OF NORTH COLLEGE ROAD. SEVERAL HARDWOOD TREES UP TO 10 INCHES IN DIAMETER WERE SNAPPED OFF APP (ILM)
0442 2 N WILMINGTON NEW HANOVER NC3424 7792 TORNADO CAUSED DAMAGE NEAR EMPIE PARK ... ACROSS FOREST HILLS ... TO THE LOVE GROVE COMMUNITY. EXTENSIVE TREE DAMAGE TO AROUND 100 TREES AROUND A 3 MILE PATH. ESTIMATED W (ILM)
0448 2 S SILVER LAKE NEW HANOVER NC3412 7792 APPROXIMATELY HALF A DOZEN PINE AND OAK TREES UP TO 14 INCHES IN DIAMETER WERE SNAPPED ... SOME WERE TWISTED ... ON RIVER VISTA DRIVE. ESTIMATED WIND SPEED 95 MPH EF1. (ILM)
0551 1 ENE SILVER LAKE NEW HANOVER NC3415 7790 NWS SURVEY CONFIRMED EF0 WITH WINDS TO 75 MPH ALONG SPLIT RAIL DR. SEVERAL 8-10 INCH LIMBS TORN FROM TOPS OF ABOUT A DOZEN PINE TREES ... SOME FALLING ONTO A PICKUP TRUC (ILM)
1124 3 ESE WINNABOW BRUNSWICK NC3414 7806 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN BRIEFLY ON NORTH SIDE OF GOVERNORS ROAD SE AND MOVED NORTHWEST FOR ABOUT 0.1 MILE. ABOUT A DOZEN SMALL PINE TREES WERE BROKEN OFF. ESTIMATED MAX WI (ILM)
Hail Reports (CSV) (Raw Hail CSV)(?)
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Wind Reports (CSV) (Raw Wind CSV)(?)
Time Speed LocationCountyStateLatLonComments
0111UNK 2 SSW SIDE LAKE ST. LOUIS MN4764 9304 A TREE WAS REPORTED DOWN NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF GREEN ROCK ROAD AND BELCHNER ROAD. TIME ESTIMATED BY RADAR. (DLH)
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