OKLAHOMA (TUL) January 1995

OKZ068-069-072-075> 05- 2000CST-                                  
077                 06  0600CST               0    0   ?     0    Freezing Rain

                    Freezing rain fell across parts of eastern Oklahoma during the evening
                    of January 5th and the early morning of January 6th. Many roadways
                    became ice covered in extreme eastern Oklahoma, where around 1/4 inch
                    of ice accumulated.


Le Flore County
  Hodgens           12  1935CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  Wister            12  1950CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  1 W Panama        12  2022CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  Spiro             12  2030CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Sequoyah County
  Roland            12  2035CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.75)

Latimer County
  1 N Wilburton     12  2036CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Sequoyah County
  10 N Muldrow      12  2100CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Haskell County
  Kinta             12  2100CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  Keota             12  2105CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Cherokee County
  5 NNE Cookson     12  2115CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Adair County
  Stilwell          12  2125CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

                    Severe thunderstorms developed in southeast Oklahoma during the evening
                    of January 12th and moved north northeast into east central Oklahoma.
                    Large hail accompanied the storms, with golfball size hail at Roland
                    and dime size hail which covered the ground 10 miles north of Muldrow
                    and at Keota. Dime size hail also fell at several other locations in
                    southeast and east central Oklahoma.


Creek County
  Drumright         16  2230CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)
  1 NW Mannford     16  2245CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Tulsa County
  Tulsa             16  2312CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Rogers County
  Catoosa           16  2325CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Tulsa County
  Broken Arrow      16  2325CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  Broken Arrow      16  2330CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Wagoner County
  9 N Oneta         16  2330CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Muskogee County
  1 NW Muskogee     17  0030CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

                    Severe thunderstorms developed in northeast Oklahoma during the late
                    evening of January 16th and continued into the very early morning hours
                    of January 17th. Large hail accompanied the storms, with quarter size
                    hail just northwest of Mannford, at Drumright, at the intersection of
                    Kenosha and Elm Streets in Broken Arrow, and 9 miles north of Oneta.
                    Dime size hail fell at the intersection of 71st Street and Riverside
                    Drive in Tulsa, near the intersection of Washington and Beech Streets
                    in Broken Arrow, at Catoosa, and just northwest of Muskogee.


OKZ057-058-062-063- 18  1600CST-  
068-069                 2300CST               0    0   ?     0    Heavy Snow

                    Heavy snow fell in extreme northeast Oklahoma during the late afternoon
                    and evening of January 18th. 4 to 8 inches of snow were common in
                    Craig, Ottawa, Mayes, Delaware, Cherokee, and Adair counties, with
                    isolated higher amounts in Craig County. Bluejacket in northeast Craig
                    County received 14 inches of snow.


OKZ060-064>067-070- 22  0100CST-       
071-073>076             1200CST               0    0   ?     0    Heavy Snow

                    Heavy snow fell across parts of eastern Oklahoma during the morning of
                    January 22nd. 4 to 7 inches of snow were common south of a line from
                    Oilton to Chouteau and west of a line from Chouteau to Spiro. A narrow
                    band of 8 to 10 inches of snow fell across parts of Pittsburg, Latimer,
                    and Le Flore counties in southeast Oklahoma. 10 inches of snow fell at
                    Indianola, Wilburton, and Red Oak. 9 inches of snow fell at Wister, and
                    8 inches of snow fell at Poteau.

ARKANSAS (TUL) January 1995

ARZ001-002-010-011- 05- 2100CST-  
019-029             06  0700CST               0    0   ?     0    Freezing Rain

                    Freezing rain fell in northwest Arkansas during the evening of January
                    5th and the early morning of January 6th. Ice accumulations of around
                    1/4 inch resulted in several roads being closed.


Sebastian County
  NR Mansfield      12  1950CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  Mansfield         12  1954CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  8 NE Lavaca       12  1957CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Crawford County
  Mulberry          12  2010CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Washington County
  Fayetteville      12  2120CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  Fayetteville      12  2125CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  1 W Fayetteville  12  2137CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  Siloam Springs    12  2157CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Benton County
  3 NE Siloam Springs 12  2205CST             0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

                    Severe thunderstorms moved from southeast Oklahoma into northwest
                    Arkansas during the evening of January 12th. Large hail accompanied the
                    storms with quarter size hail which covered the ground 8 miles
                    northeast of Lavaca. Dime size hail fell at several other locations in
                    northwest Arkansas.


ARZ001-002-010-011  18  1700CST-  
                        2300CST               0    0   ?     0    Heavy Snow

                    Heavy snow fell in extreme northwest Arkansas during the late afternoon
                    and evening of January 18th. 4 to 8 inches of snow were common in
                    Benton, Carroll, Washington, and Madison counties.


ARZ029              18  0600CST-
                        1200CST               0    0   ?     0    Heavy Snow

                    Heavy snow fell in southern Sebastian County of western Arkansas during
                    the morning of January 22nd. 4 to 6 inches of snow were common in the
                    southern half of Sebastian County.