Oklahoma, Eastern April 1994 OKZ054>077

Pawnee County   
  6 SW Maramec   02  1735CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)
  
Creek County
  Oilton         02  1754CST            0    0            TSTM Wind (61)

Creek County
  Oilton         02  1754CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)

Creek County
  Drumright      02  1800CST            0    0   4        TSTM Wind (61)

Creek County
  1 W Mannford   02  1800CST            0    0            Hail (0.88)

Tulsa County
  Tulsa          02  1812CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)

Creek County
  Mannford       02  1830CST            0    0            TSTM Wind (61)

Rogers County 
  4 NW Inola     02  1835CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)

Creek County 
  Sapulpa        02  1844CST            0    0            Hail (0.88)

Tulsa County 
  Glenpool       02  1850CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)

Creek County 
  1 NW Sapulpa   02  1855CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)

Creek County 
  Sapulpa        02  1856CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  
Creek County
  Sapulpa        02  1900CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)

Tulsa County 
  1 W Glenpool   02  1906CST            0    0            Hail (0.88)

Tulsa County 
  2 W Bixby      02  1906CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  
Creek County
  Shamrock       02  1910CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)
  
Wagoner County
  3 NW Coweta    02  1915CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)

Pittsburg County
  Ashland        02  1930CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)

Pittsburg County
  Pittsburg      02  1940CST            0    0            Hail (0.88)

Pittsburg County
  6 N Kiowa      02  1942CST  0.25 75   0    0   4        Tornado (F-2)

Pittsburg County
  Kiowa          02  2002CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)

Pittsburg County
  Alderson       02  2002CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)

Pittsburg County
  Kiowa          02  2005CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)

Pittsburg County
  Savanna        02  2005CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)

Pittsburg County
  1 NE Savanna   02  2005CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)

Pittsburg County
  Kiowa          02  2009CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)

Pittsburg County
  Haileyville    02  2009CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)

Pittsburg County
  Kiowa          02  2014CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)

Pittsburg County
  Pittsburg      02  2022CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)

Latimer County
  Buffalo Valley 02  2032CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)

Latimer County
  1 SW Wilburton 02  2035CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)

Latimer County
  2 S Wilburton  02  2036CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)

Okmulgee County
  Okmulgee       02  2045CST            0    0            Hail (0.88)

Muskogee County
  Boynton        02  2100CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)

Le Flore County
  4 W Pocola     02  2105CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)

Latimer County
  Bengal         02  2110CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)

Tulsa County
  Sand Springs   02  2212CST            0    0            Hail (0.88)

Tulsa County
  Tulsa          02  2224CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)

Okfuskee County
  NR Mason       02  2225CST            0    0            Hail (0.88)

Okfuskee County
  2 E Mason      02  2225CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)

Okfuskee County 
  Okfuskee       02  2230CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)

Okmulgee County
  Schulter       02  2235CST-           0    0            Hail (0.88)
                     2240CST

Okmulgee County
  1 S Dewar      02  2235CST-           0    0            Hail (0.88)
                     2240CST

Okmulgee County
  Schulter       02  2245CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)

McIntosh County
  Hitchita       02  2310CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)

Le Flore County
  NR Spiro       02  2323CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)
    
                 Severe thunderstorms developed in northeast Oklahoma during the late
                 afternoon of April 2nd and moved across much of eastern Oklahoma during
                 the evening hours. One tornado occurred with the storms in southern
                 Pittsburg County. The tornado touched down briefly 6 miles north of
                 Kiowa at 1842CST. The tornado damaged a meteorological tower at the
                 Army Ammunitions Plant. In addition, 2 steel pans used at the plant
                 were blown away and have not been located. The pans were estimated to
                 weigh between 200 and 300 pounds. the tornado had a path length of 1/4
                 mile and a width of 75 yards, and was rated as an F-2. Thunderstorm
                 winds gusted to 70 miles an hour at Oilton, Drumright, and Mannford. In
                 Drumright, a cooling tower was blown off the roof of the hospital,
                 several trees and power lines were downed, a roof was blown off a
                 store, and there was roof damage to a number of houses. The storms also
                 produced dime to quarter size hail at numerous locations throughout
                 eastern Oklahoma.


Delaware County, 05  0325CST            0    0            Hail (1.75)
  1 E Bernice

Creek County,    05  0350CST            0    0            Hail (0.88)
  Mannford

Tulsa County,    05  0440CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  Broken Arrow

Wagoner County,  05  0530CST            0    0   3        TSTM Wind
  1 N Wagoner

                 Severe thunderstorms developed in northeast Oklahoma during the early
                 morning of April 5th. Strong thunderstorm winds ripped off a trailer
                 roof north of Wagoner, and golfball size hail fell just east of
                 Bernice. Nickel size hail fell at Mannford, and dime size hail fell in
                 Broken Arrow.


Creek County,    09  2300CST            0    0            TSTM Wind (52)
  Oilton

Creek County,    09  2300CST            0    0            Hail (1.75)
  Oilton

Creek County,    09  2315CST            0    0   3        TSTM Wind
  1 E Olive

Creek County,    09  2320CST            0    0            TSTM Wind
  NR Mannford

Tulsa County,    09  2335CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  8 W Sand Springs

Tulsa County,    10  0010CST            0    0            TSTM Wind (65)
  8 W Sand Springs

Tulsa County,    10  0010CST            0    0            Hail (1.25)
  8 W Sand Springs

Rogers County,   10  0013CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)
  2 S Claremore

Osage County,    10  0020CST            0    0            Hail (1.25)
  3 N Sand Springs

Mayes County,    10  0030CST            0    0            TSTM Wind (56)
  2 W Pryor

Mayes County,    10  0030CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  2 W Pryor

Mayes County,    10  0033CST            0    0            Hail (1.75)
  5 N Pryor

Tulsa County,    10  0040CST            0    0            TSTM Wind (52)
  Owasso

Tulsa County,    10  0040CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  Owasso

Rogers County,   10  0042CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  Claremore

Delaware County, 10  0045CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)
  11 W Jay

                 Severe thunderstorms moved across northeast Oklahoma during the late
                 evening of April 9th and the early morning of April 10th. Strong
                 thunderstorm winds downed trees and blew the roofs off 3 barns east of
                 Olive, and tree limbs and power lines were downed near Mannford.
                 Thunderstorm winds gusted to 75 miles an hour 8 miles west of Sand
                 Springs, and 60 to 70 mile an hour winds occurred 2 miles west of
                 Pryor. Winds gusted to 60 miles an hour Oilton and Owasso. Large hail
                 also accompanied the storms. Golfball size hail fell at Oilton and 5
                 miles north of Pryor, and half dollar size hail fell 8 miles west of
                 Sand Springs and 3 miles north of Sand Springs. Dime to quarter size
                 hail fell at several other locations in northeast Oklahoma.


Mayes County,    10  0800CST            0    0            Lightning
  NR Locust Grove

                 Lightning killed 8 cows near Locust Grove.
                 

Pawnee County,   10  1350CST            0    0            Hail (0.88)
  6 W Maramec

Pawnee County,   10  1402CST            0    0            Hail (0.88)
  Maramec

Creek County,    10  1410CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  5 N Bristow

Pawnee County,   10  1415CST            0    0            Hail (1.75)
  Blackburn

Pawnee County,   10  1415CST            0    0            Hail (1.75)
  Hallett

Pawnee County,   10  1425CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)
  Terlton

Tulsa County,    10  1425CST            0    0            Hail (1.75)
  8 W Sand Springs

Osage County,    10  1430CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)
  1 S Hominy

Osage County,    10  1435CST  0.1  30   0    0            Tornado (F-0)
  5 E Hominy

Nowata County,   10  1440CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)
  Lenapah

Tulsa County,    10  1445CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  Tulsa

Tulsa County,    10  1456CST            0    0            Hail (1.25)
  Owasso

Rogers County,   10  1510CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  5 W Claremore

Rogers County,   10  1510CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  Claremore

Pawnee County,   10  1525CST            0    0   2        TSTM Wind (56)
  Pawnee

Pawnee County,   10  1540CST            0    0   3        TSTM Wind
  Cleveland

Nowata County,   10  1540CST            0    0            Hail (0.88)
  3 S Delaware

Washington County,10 1541CST            0    0            Hail (0.88)
  3 S Bartlesville

Craig County,    10  1551CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)
  Vinita

Osage County,    10  1600CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  Okesa

Osage County,    10  1602CST  0.5  75   0    0   5        Tornado (F-1)
  Wynona

Osage County,    10  1610CST            0    0   3        TSTM Wind
  1 E Pershing

Delaware County, 10  1610CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)
  3 NE Bernice

Washington County,10 1615CST            0    0            Hail (1.75)
  Dewey

Osage County,    10  1620CST            0    0   3        TSTM Wind
  Barnsdall

Ottawa County,   10  1620CST            0    0            Hail (2.75)
  Fairland

Tulsa County,    10  1627CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)
  Tulsa

Tulsa County,    10  1630CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)
  Tulsa

Muskogee County, 10  1635CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)
  Muskogee

Ottawa County,   10  1635CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  Miami

Osage County,    10  1640CST            0    0            Hail (2.50)
  2 W Bartlesville

Washington County,10 1640CST- 1.5  100  0    3   5        Tornado (F-1)
  Bartlesville            1643CST

Washington County,10 1640CST            0    1            Hail (2.75)
  Bartlesville

Rogers County,   10  1640CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  3 N Catoosa

Rogers County,   10  1640CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  Catoosa

Muskogee County, 10  1645CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  1 W Fort Gibson

Cherokee County, 10  1646CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  Tahlequah

Mayes County,    10  1650CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  2 N Salina

Washington County,10 1659CST            0    0            Hail (2.75)
  2 W Wann
Nowata County,   10  1659CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  Wann

Washington County,10 1700CST            0    0            Hail (1.75)
  Copan

Okmulgee County, 10  1705CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  6 E Beggs

Nowata County,   10  1707CST            0    0            Hail (1.75)
  Wann

Osage County,    10  1715CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  Okesa

Delaware County, 10  1716CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  Oaks

Nowata County,   10  1720CST            0    0            Hail (0.88)
  South Coffeyville

Delaware County, 10  1724CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  Jay

Delaware County, 10  1726CST            0    0            Hail (1.75)
  Colcord

Washington County,10 1730CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  Dewey

Delaware County, 10  1750CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  Kansas

Delaware County, 10  1752CST            0    0            Hail (1.75)
  1 SW Colcord

Osage County,    10  1800CST            0    0            Flash Flood
  Pawhuska

Delaware County, 10  1806CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)
  1 E Colcord

Osage County,    10  1850CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  Okesa

Washington County,10 1900CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  Copan

Rogers County,   10  1900CST            0    0            Flash Flood
  Claremore

Rogers County,   10  1900CST            0    0            Flash Flood
  Chelsea

Nowata County,   10  1930CST            0    0            Hail (0.88)
  Lenapah

Nowata County,   10  2315CST            0    0            Hail (1.75)
  South Coffeyville
Washington County,11 0150CST-           0    0            Flash Flood
  Bartlesville to Dewey   0655CST

Osage County,    11  0300CST-           0    0   3        Flash Flood
  12 W Fairfax       0500CST

Osage County,    11  0300CST-           0    0   3        Flash Flood
  NE of Pawhuska     0500CST

                 Severe thunderstorms moved across northeast Oklahoma during the
                 afternoon and evening of April 10th. The storms produced 3 tornadoes,
                 as well as large hail and damaging winds. The first tornado was a brief
                 touchdown at 1435CST near the west end of Skiatook Lake 5 miles east of
                 Hominy. No damage occurred with this F-0 tornado. The second tornado
                 touched down briefly at 1602CST on the south side of the town of
                 Wynona. The tornado damaged 3 mobile homes and several homes had roofs
                 blown off. An 80 foot tower was blown down onto a house. Numerous trees
                 were downed, and the windows were blown out of a number of homes and
                 cars. Damage in Wynona was estimated at $100,000. The tornado was 75
                 yards wide, and was rated as an F-1. The third tornado touched down at
                 1640CST in the city of Bartlesville near U.S. Highway 75 and Adams
                 Boulevard. The tornado was on the ground intermittently for 1.5 miles
                 before lifting at 1643CST. The last tornado damage occurred near
                 Madison and Tuxedo Boulevard. The tornado caused significant roof
                 damage to the old Wal Mart store, Gans Antique Mall, and a church near
                 Madison and Tuxedo. The roof of the antique mall was thrown onto an
                 apartment complex, and windows were blown out of a few homes. The
                 tornadp had a path width of 100 yards, and was rated as an F-1. The
                 tornado caused 3 minor injuries, 2 from flying debris and 1 from being
                 lifted 5 feet in the air and dropped. One person was knocked
                 unconscious by baseball size hail.

                 Strong thunderstorm winds destroyed a porch in Cleveland, and 60 to 70
                 mile an hour winds in Pawnee downed trees and power lines and blew
                 shingles off roofs. Strong thunderstorm winds heavily damaged a barn
                 east of Pershing on State Highway 11, and a barn was also damaged in
                 Barnsdall. Baseball size hail fell at Fairland, Bartlesville, and 2
                 miles west of Wann, and tennis ball size hail fell 2 miles west of
                 Bartlesville. Golfball size hail fell at Blackburn, at Hallett, 8 miles
                 west of Sand Springs, at Dewey, at Copan, at Wann, at Colcord, 1 mile
                 southwest of Colcord, and at South Coffeyville. Dime to half dollar
                 size hail fell at numerous other locations throughout northeast
                 Oklahoma. The thunderstorms also produced very heavy rainfall which
                 resulted in flash flooding. Many city streets in Pawhuska were covered
                 by 6 to 8 inches of water. A county road over Hominy Creek 12 miles
                 west of Fairfax was closed due to a bridge that was washed out, and
                 another county road over Sand Creek northeast of Pawhuska was closed
                 due to high water causing bridge damage. Sand Creek near Bartlesville
                 and Coon Creek in Dewey both overflowed their banks, and State Highway
                 123 between Bartlesville and Dewey was closed due to high water. Cat
                 Creek in Claremore overflowed its banks, and street flooding occurred
                 in Chelsea.


Delaware County, 11  1100CST            0    0            TSTM Wind
  Grove

Nowata County,   11  1315CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  7 E Nowata
Craig County,    11  1350CST            0    0            Hail (0.88)
  4.5 N Welch

Osage County,    11  1400CST            0    0            Flash Flood
  NR Skiatook

Rogers County,   11  1400CST            0    0            Flash Flood
  Oologah to Talala

Nowata County,   11  1430CST            0    0            Hail (0.88)
  South Coffeyville

Tulsa County,    11  1430CST            0    0            Flash Flood
  3 E Owasso

Nowata County,   11  1430CST            0    0            Flash Flood
  3 E Nowata

Craig County,    11  1510CST            0    0            TSTM Wind
  4.5 N Welch

Craig County,    11  1510CST            0    0            Flash Flood
  Countywide

                 Severe thunderstorms moved across parts of northeast Oklahoma during
                 the late morning and afternoon of April 11th. Strong thunderstorm winds
                 downed numerous tree limbs greater than 2 inches in diameter at Grove,
                 and numerous trees were downed 4.5 miles north of Welch. Nickel size
                 hail fell 4.5 miles north of Welch and at South Coffeyville, and dime
                 size hail fell 7 miles east of Nowata. Very heavy rainfall also
                 accompanied the storms and resulted in flash flooding. State Highway 11
                 near Skiatook was closed due to high water. U.S. Highway 169 between
                 Oologah and Talala was temporarily closed due to high water. 86th
                 Street North east of 145th East Avenue 3 miles east of Owasso had 4 to
                 6 inches of water over the roadway. U.S. Highway 60 3 miles east of
                 Nowata was temporarily closed due to high water. Numerous farm roads in
                 Craig County were also closed due to rising water.
 
Sequoyah County
  NR Sallisaw       11  1600CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Le Flore County
  Heavener          11  1612CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)


Northeast Oklahoma10-1600CST-           1    0   5        River Flooding
  OKZ054>060     16  1700CST

                 Major river flooding also occurred across northeast Oklahoma from April
                 10th through April 16th. General rainfall amounts of 2 to 5 inches
                 occurred across northeast Oklahoma on April 10th and 11th, with
                 isolated amounts of over 7 inches, mainly in Osage County. the
                 resulting runoff produced significant flooding on most rivers and
                 streams in northeast Oklahoma.

                 The Neosho River at Commerce was above the flood stage of 15 feet from
                 1900CST April 10th through 1700CST April 16th, with a crest of 25.66
                 feet at 0400CST April 13th. The was the second highest stage on record
                 at Commerce. This resulted in widespread flooding along the Neosho 
                 River in Craig and Ottawa Counties. The flooding severely affected the
                 town of Miami in Ottawa County, where numerous people were forced from
                 their homes due to rising water.

                 The Spring River at Quapaw was above the flood stage of 20 feet from
                 1800CST April 10th through 1600CST April 14th, with a crest of 34.43
                 feet at 1700CST April 12th. This was the second highest stage on record
                 at Quapaw.

                 The Verdigris River at Lenapah was above the flood stage of 30 feet
                 from 0400CST April 11th through 1400CST April 14th, with a crest of
                 36.40 feet at 0200CST April 12th. Serious flooding resulted from the
                 Kansas border across Nowata County to the headwaters of Lake Oologah.

                 The Caney River at Bartlesville was above the flood stage of 13 feet
                 from 1600CST April 10th through 1000CST April 12th, with a crest of
                 16.75 feet at 1600CST April 11th. No serious flooding occurred along
                 the Caney River near Bartlesville.

                 The Caney River at Ramona was above the flood stage of 26 feet from
                 1300CST April 11th through 0900CST April 14th, with a crest of 28.76
                 feet at 1700CST April 12th. The flooding affected mainly farms and
                 rangelands, along with some rural roads. A rancher on horseback drowned
                 just northeast of Ramona. The rancher was herding cattle from a flooded
                 pasture when his horse stepped off a ledge into about six feet of
                 water.

                 The Caney River at Collinsville was above the flood stage of 29 feet
                 from 1500CST April 11th through 0800CST April 15th, with a crest of
                 33.40 feet at 1200CST April 13th. The flooding affected mainly farms
                 and rangelands.

                 The Bird Creek at Sperry was above the flood stage of 21 feet from
                 1200CST April 11th through 1500CST April 13th, with a crest of 28.93
                 feet at 1400CST April 12th. Moderate to severe flooding occurred in
                 rural and suburban areas, with minor street flooding in Sperry,
                 Skiatook, and Turley. State Highway 11 in Sperry and Skiatook was
                 closed due to high water.

                 The Bird Creek at Owasso was above the flood stage of 25 feet from
                 April 12th through April 14th, with a crest of 32.49 feet at 1600CST
                 April 13th. Severe flooding occurred along Bird Creek, extending from
                 north Tulsa and Owasso to near Catoosa, reaching some city and suburban
                 areas. There was widespread flooding of crops and pasturelands along
                 the creek.

                 The Black Bear Creek at Pawnee was briefly above the flood stage of 17
                 feet from 1200CST April 11th through 1600CST April 11th, with a crest
                 of 17.09 feet. No serious flooding occurred along the Black Bear Creek
                 near Pawnee.


Washington County,15 0035CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  Bartlesville

Washington County,15 0038CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  Bartlesville

Nowata County,   15  0115CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  10 ENE Lenapah

                 Isolated severe thunderstorms developed in Washington and Nowata
                 Counties of northeast Oklahoma during the early morning of April 15th.
                 These storms produced dime size hail at Bartlesville and penny size
                 hail 10 miles east northeast of Lenapah.

Osage County,    25  1610CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)
  Grainola

Latimer County,  25  1801CST- 4.5  220  0    0   5        Tornado (F-1)
  5 SW Talihina-0.5 SW Talihina 1808CST

                 Isolated severe thunderstorms developed in eastern Oklahoma during the
                 late afternoon of April 25th. One tornado was spawned by the storms in
                 southeast Oklahoma. The tornado moved into Latimer County at 1801CST 5
                 miles southwest of Talihina and moved northeast out of Latimer County
                 0.5 miles west of Talihina at 1808CST. The tornado produced an
                 estimated $100,000 in damage to homes and barns in Latimer County. The
                 tornado had a path width of 220 yards and a length of 4.5 miles in
                 Latimer County, and was rated as an F-1. A severe thunderstorm in
                 northeast Oklahoma produced quarter size hail at Grainola.


Le Flore County
  0.5 SW Talihina-  25  1808CST-  1.5  150    0    6   6     0    Tornado (F-2)
  1 E Talihina          1812CST
  Poteau            25  1838CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  Fanshawe          25  1840CST               0    0   ?     0    Tornado (F-0)
  Whitesboro-       25  1841CST-  1.5  75     0    0   4     0    Tornado (F-1)
  1.5 NE Whitesboro     1845CST
  Arkoma            25  1909CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)

                    A tornado continued from Latimer County into Le Flore County at 1808CST.
                    The tornado moved into the town of Talihina at 1810CST and lifted 1 mile
                    east of Talihina at 1812 CST. 6 persons were injured in Talihina, 2 of
                    them seriously. The tornado destroyed 16 homes, 9 mobile homes, 5
                    businesses, and 1 church. 18 homes and 6 businesses sustained major
                    damage, and 25 homes and 6 businesses sustained minor damage.  Several
                    trees were also uprooted. The tornado was on the on the ground for 1.5
                    miles in Le Flore County and was 100 to 150 yards wide. The tornado was
                    rated F-2, and the total damage caused by the tornado was estimated to
                    be $2,332,350. 

                    A second tornado touched down briefly in Fanshawe at 1840, but no damage
                    was caused by this F-0 tornado.

                    A third tornado touched down on the south side of Whitesboro at 1841CST.
                    This tornado moved northeast and lifted 1.5 miles northeast of
                    Whitesboro at 1845CST. 1 mobile home was destroyed and numerous trees
                    were downed by this tornado. The tornado was on the ground for 1.5
                    miles, was 75 yards wide, and was rated F-1.  
                    
                    Severe thunderstorms also produced quarter size hail at Arkoma and dime
                    size hail at Poteau.

Pittsburg County,26  1440CST            0    0            TSTM Wind
  NR Weathers

Pittsburg County,26  1440CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)
  NR Weathers

Pittsburg County,26  1446CST- 3    75   0    0   2        Tornado (F-1)
  9 NE Daisy-12 ENE Daisy1449CST

Latimer County,  26  1510CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)
  NR Yanush

Mayes County,    26  1515CST-           0    0   3        Hail (2.75)
  Locust Grove       1520CST

Tulsa County,    26  1520CST            0    0            Hail (0.88)
  Tulsa

Latimer County,  26  1520CST- 6    50   0    0   4        Tornado (F-1)
  3 N Kiamichi-3 NNE Albion 1530CST

Tulsa County,    26  1540CST            0    0            Hail (0.88)
  Tulsa

Le Flore County
  Talihina       26  1541CST           0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  Talihina       26  1546CST           0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Tulsa County,    26  1545CST            0    0            Hail (0.88)
  Tulsa

Tulsa County,    26  1548CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  Tulsa International Airport

Mayes County,    26  1550CST            0    0            Hail (1.75)
  Salina

Mayes County,    26  1552CST            0    0            Hail (0.88)
  Locust Grove

Mayes County,    26  1555CST            0    0   4        Hail (4.50)
  Salina

Mayes County,    26  1600CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)
  1 NE Spavinaw

Delaware County, 26  1600CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)
  1 W Chloeta

Le Flore County
Heavener         26  1612CST            0    0   ?     0  Hail (0.75)
Heavener         26  1613CST            0    0   ?     0  TSTM Wind (52)

Rogers County,   26  1615CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  Catoosa

Craig County,    26  1615CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)
  Ketchum

Ottawa County,   26  1640CST            0    0            Hail (0.88)
  5 S Wyandotte

Craig County,    26  1642CST            0    0   3        TSTM Wind
  7 E Vinita

                 Severe thunderstorms developed across eastern Oklahoma during the
                 afternoon of April 26th. The storms produced 2 tornadoes in southeast
                 Oklahoma. The first tornado moved into Pittsburg County at 1446CST near
                 State Highway 43 9 miles northeast of Daisy. The tornado was on the
                 ground in Pittsburg County for approximately 3 miles before lifting at
                 1449CST. The tornado downed numerous trees and fences, but hit no
                 structures. The path width of the tornado was 75 yards, and it was
                 rated as an F-1 in Pittsburg County. The second tornado moved into
                 Latimer County 3 miles north of Kiamichi at 1520CST. Numerous trees
                 were downed by the tornado. One home that received tornado damage the
                 previous day again received tornado damage. The tornado was on the
                 ground for 6 miles in Latimer County before lifting at 1530CST 3 miles
                 north northeast of Albion. The tornado had a path width of 50 yards,
                 and it was rated as an F-1 in Latimer County. Strong thunderstorm winds
                 downed trees near Weathers, and a barn was blown down 7 miles east of
                 Vinita. Softball size hail damaged many homes and cars in Salina.
                 Baseball size hail fell in Locust Grove near the high school, with
                 golfball size hail elsewhere in Locust Grove. Numerous windows and
                 windshields were broken by the hail in Locust Grove. Dime to quarter
                 size hail fell at several other locations throughout eastern Oklahoma.


Osage County,    27  1125CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  Burbank

Haskell County,  27  1245CST            0    0            TSTM Wind (52)
  Keota

Sequoyah County
  5 S Sallisaw      27  1250CST   0.1  30     0    0   ?     0    Tornado (F-0)
  Muldrow           27  1305CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

                    A tornado touched down briefly 5 miles south of Sallisaw in "Tucker
                    Bottoms" along the Arkansas River below Kerr Lock and Dam. No damage was
                    caused by this tornado. A severe thunderstorm produced dime size hail
                    at Muldrow.

Osage County,    27  1300CST            0    0            Hail (0.88)
  Foraker

Latimer County,  27  1307CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  5 SW Wilburton

                 Isolated severe thunderstorms developed across eastern Oklahoma during
                 the late morning and early afternoon of April 27th. Thunderstorm winds
                 gusted to 60 miles an hour at Keota. Nickel size hail fell at Foraker,
                 and dime size hail fell at Burbank and 5 miles southwest of Wilburton.


Osage County,    27  2220CST            0    0            Hail (0.75)
  Webb City

Osage County,    27  2245CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)
  Grainola

                 Isolated severe thunderstorms developed in western Osage County of
                 northeast Oklahoma during the late evening of April 27th. The storms
                 produced quarter size hail at Grainola and dime size hail at Webb City.


Pittsburg County,29  0134CST            0    0            Hail (1.00)
  Krebs

Haskell County,  29  0245CST            0    0            Hail (0.88)
  Whitefield

                 Isolated severe thunderstorms developed in southeast Oklahoma during
                 the early morning of April 29th. The storms produced quarter size hail
                 at Krebs and nickel size hail at Whitefield.


Pittsburg County,29  2105CST            0    0   2        TSTM Wind
  NR Stuart

Pittsburg County,29  2120CST            0    0   3        TSTM Wind
  Savanna

Pittsburg County,29  2130CST            0    0   3        TSTM Wind
  8 S Stuart

Pittsburg County,29  2130CST            0    0   4        TSTM Wind (65)
  Krebs

Pittsburg County,29  2145CST            0    0            TSTM Wind
  1 W McAlester

Pittsburg County,29  2150CST            0    0            TSTM Wind
  McAlester

Latimer County,  29  2200CST            0    0            TSTM Wind (52)
  Wilburton

Haskell County,  29  2250CST            0    0            TSTM Wind (52)
  Tamaha

                 Severe thunderstorms developed in southeast Oklahoma during the evening
                 of April 29th and produced damaging winds. Strong thunderstorm winds
                 downed trees and damaged a roof near Stuart, and a barn was damaged in
                 Savanna. Tree limbs and power lines were downed and a tin roof was
                 blown off 8 miles south of Stuart. Thunderstorm winds gusted to 75
                 miles an hour at Krebs, destroying a mobile home, tire shop, and
                 garage. Damage in Krebs was estimated at $10,000. Numerous power lines
                 were downed along State Highway 31 west of McAlester, and tree limbs
                 and power lines were downed in the south part of the city of McAlester.
                 Tree limbs were downed by 60 mile an hour winds at Tamaha, and
                 thunderstorm winds also gusted to 60 miles an hour at Wilburton.

Eastern Oklahoma,29- 0700CST-           0    0   3        River Flooding
  OKZ056>058-075 30  2359CST

                 Heavy rainfall occurred in southeast Kansas on april 28th and 29th,
                 resulting in river flooding along the Neosho and Verdigris Rivers in
                 northeast Oklahoma. The rainfall redeveloped further south on April
                 29th, and flooding occurred along the Poteau River in southeast
                 Oklahoma.

                 The Verdigris River at Lenapah had just reached its flood stage of 30
                 feet at 2359CST April 30th. the river was forecast to continue rising
                 above flood stage into early May. Serious flooding resulted along the
                 Verdigris River Valley from the Kansas border to the headwaters of
                 Oologah Reservoir. State Highway 10 in Nowata County was under 8 to 10
                 feet of water.

                 The Neosho River at Commerce rose above the flood stage of 15 feet at
                 0700CST April 29th and was continuing to rise at 2359CST April 30th.
                 The highest stage in April was 19.42 feet, and the river was forecast
                 to crest in early May. Widespread serious flooding occurred along the
                 Neosho River in Craig and Ottawa Counties, and low-lying areas in the
                 town of Miami were flooded.

                 The Poteau River at Panama rose above the flood stage of 29 feet at
                 0800CST April 29th and was continuing to rise at 2359CST April 30th.
                 The highest stage in April was 31.26 feet, and the river was forecast
                 to crest in early May. Severe flooding of crops and pasturelands
                 occurred along the river near Panama and for several miles downstream.
                 No flooding occurred in the town of Panama.