Oklahoma, Eastern March 1993

Pawnee County,                    28     0728CST                                           0       0                            Hail (0.75)
  Pawnee

Osage County,                     28     0815CST                                           0       0                            Hail (0.88)
  Pawhuska to Wynona

Osage County,                     28     0845CST                                           0       0                            Hail (1.75)
  Okesa

Washington County,                28     0855CST                                           0       0                            Hail (0.88)
  2 W Dewey

Creek County,                     28     0921CST                                           0       0                            Hail (1.75)
  Shamrock

Craig County,                     28     0930CST                                           0       0                            Hail (0.75)
  3 W Welch

Osage County,                     28     1005CST                                           0       0                            Hail (1.00)
  5 S Shidler

Tulsa County,                     28     1015CST                                           0       0                            Hail (0.75)
  NW side of the city of Tulsa

Creek County,                     28     1105CST                                           0       0                            Hail (1.00)
  5 SSW Mannford

Craig County,                     28     1110CST                                           0       0                            Hail (0.75)
  2 W Hollow

Craig County,                     28     1115CST                                           0       0                            Hail (0.88)
  4 NW Centralia

                                  Severe thunderstorms developed in northeast Oklahoma during the morning of March 28th. Large
                                  hail accompanied the storms, with golfball size hail at Shamrock and at Okesa, where the hail
                                  covered the ground. Numerous other locations in northeast Oklahoma received dime to quarter size
                                  hail.


Osage County,                     28     1645CST                                           0       0                            Hail (1.75)
  4 NE Bowring

Washington County,                28     1715CST                                           0       0                            Hail (0.88)
  Copan

Nowata County,                    28     1752CST                                           0       0                            Hail (0.75)
  Lenapah

Washington County,                28     1755CST                                           0       0                            Hail (0.75)
  0.5 E Copan

Nowata County,                    28     1800CST              .01             30           0       0                            Tornado (F0)
  2 S Lenapah

Washington County,                28     1810CST                                           0       0                            Hail (0.75)
  0.5 E Copan

Nowata County,                    28     1815CST                                           0       0                            TSTM Wind
  1 N Lenapah

Washington County,                28     1820CST                                           0       0                            Hail (1.75)
  Bartlesville to 2 SSW Wann

Nowata County,                    28     1820CST                                           0       0                            Hail (1.75)
  2 SSW Wann to 2 W South Coffeyville

Nowata County,                    28     1825CST                                           0       0                            Hail (1.00)
  NR Lenapah

Nowata County,                    28     1900CST                                           0       0                            Hail (0.88)
  2 S Lenapah

Nowata County,                    28     1950CST                                           0       0                            Hail (0.88)
  2 S Lenapah

                                  Severe thunderstorms redeveloped during the late afternoon of March 28th in the northeast
                                  Oklahoma counties of Osage, Nowata, and Washington. One storm in northern Nowata County produced
                                  a small F-0 tornado which briefly touched down between Lenapah and Delaware at 1800 CST. In
                                  addition, strong thunderstorm winds blew an Oklahoma Highway patrol vehicle off U.S. Highway
                                  169 just north of Lenapah. Large hail also accompanied the storms. Nickel to golfball size hail
                                  fell in a narrow swath from Bartlesville to 2 miles west of South Coffeyville, and golfball size
                                  hail covered the ground at the Hulah Reservoir 4 miles northeast of Bowring. Dime to quarter
                                  size hail fell at several other locations in Nowata and Washington Counties.


Okfuskee County,                  30     0045CST              0.5             100          0       0        4                   Tornado (F1)
  3 WSW Paden to 2.5 WSW Paden

Creek County,                     30     0130CST                                           0       0                            TSTM Wind (52)
  Edna (6 SSE Slick)

Okmulgee County,                  30     0200CST                                           0       0                            TSTM Wind
  5 W Beggs

Okmulgee County,                  30     0200CST                                           0       0                            Hail (0.75)
  5 W Beggs

Pittsburg County,                 30     0230CST                                           0       0                            Hail (0.75)
  McAlester

Pittsburg County,                 30     0250CST                                           0       0                            Hail (0.75)
  4 S McAlester

Pittsburg County,                 30     0330CST                                           0       0                            Lightning
  NR Quinton

Haskell County,                   30     0335CST                                           0       0                            Hail (0.75)
  Whitefield

Latimer County,                   30     0412CST                                           0       0                            Hail (1.00)
  5 NE Red Oak

Haskell County,                   30     0422CST                                           0       0                            Hail (0.88)
  McCurtain

                                  Severe thunderstorms developed in eastern Oklahoma during the early morning of March 30th. One
                                  of the storms produced a tornado which moved into extreme western Okfuskee County 3 miles west
                                  southwest of Paden at 0045 CST. The tornado tossed an 18 foot horse trailer into a barn,
                                  demolishing both structures. In addition, a camper trailer was lifted 75 feet north of its
                                  original location. This F-1 tornado lifted 2.5 miles west southwest of Paden. Thunderstorm winds
                                  gusting to 60 miles an hour damaged a chimney at Edna in southeast Creek County. Strong
                                  thunderstorm winds also occurred 5 miles west of Beggs, where an unoccupied mobile home was
                                  blown over. Lightning killed several cattle near Quinton in Pittsburg County, and dime to
                                  quarter size hail fell at several locations in eastern Oklahoma.


Pawnee County,                    30     1430CST                                           0       0                            Hail (0.88)
  6 W Maramec

Osage County,                     30     1450CST                                           0       0                            Hail (0.88)
  5 SW Hominy

                                  Isolated severe thunderstorms developed during the afternoon of March 30th in Osage and Pawnee
                                  Counties of northeast Oklahoma. The storms developed along a cold front moving into the area,
                                  and they produced nickel size hail 6 miles west of Maramec and 5 miles southwest of Hominy.