Oklahoma, Eastern February 1994

Eastern Oklahoma,09  0200CST-           0    12           Ice and Snow
  Zones065>071-073>0751700CST

                 Freezing rain, sleet, and snow occurred across eastern Oklahoma on
                 February 9th as an upper level disturbance moved across the area
                 following the passage of an arctic cold front. Numerous accidents
                 occurred as a result of icy roads, with the most serious accident being
                 a 10 car pile up on Interstate 40 just west of Okemah which injured 5
                 persons. 7 other persons were injured in 4 separate accidents around
                 Okmulgee. 


Creek County,    19  1730CST            0    0   3        TSTM Wind
  7.25 S Bristow

Creek County,    19  1745CST            0    2   4        TSTM Wind (63)
  2 SW Kellyville

Tulsa County,    19  1755CST            0    0   3        TSTM Wind (52)
  Glenpool

Craig County,    19  1855CST            0    0   3        TSTM Wind
  Vinita

Delaware County, 19  1910CST            0    0   4        TSTM Wind (56)
  NR Cleora

Ottawa County,   19  1915CST            0    0   4        TSTM Wind
  NR Fairland

                 Severe thunderstorms developed in northeast Oklahoma during the late
                 afternoon and early evening of February 19th and produced damaging
                 winds. Thunderstorm winds estimated at 70 to 75 miles an hour occurred
                 at and near Neversweet Airport 2 miles southwest of Kellyville. The
                 winds flipped over a mobile home, injuring 2 persons, and destroyed an
                 airplane hangar and a barn. Several other outbuildings were damaged and
                 trees were uprooted in this same area. Strong thunderstorm winds caused
                 damage to 1 house and 1 mobile home 7.25 miles south of Bristow.
                 Thunderstorm winds gusted to 65 miles an hour 5 miles south of Bixby
                 and to 60 miles an hour at Glenpool, where a privacy fence was downed
                 and a few homes sustained minor roof damage. Strong thunderstorm winds
                 at Vinita blew a window out of the high school, and cars at the high
                 school had windows broken by wind blown objects. The backstop at
                 Memorial Field in Vinita was damaged and several wooden fences in town
                 were downed. Thunderstorm winds gusted to 65 miles an hour near Cleora
                 in Delaware County. These winds caused roof damage to 2 homes,
                 destroyed a machine shed, uprooted trees, and overturned an empty semi
                 trailer. Damage in Delaware County was estimated at around $25,000.
                 Strong thunderstorm winds near Fairland destroyed a poultry house and
                 2 barns and also uprooted trees.