Oklahoma (TUL) April 1995

Osage County
  1 W Barnsdall      10   0750CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  5 E Barnsdall      10   0750CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  6 NE Barnsdall     10   0755CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  8 NE Barnsdall     10   0755CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  5 SW Bartlesville  10   0800CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  8 E New Prue       10   0902CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

                     Severe thunderstorms in Osage County produced dime size hail at several
                     locations in the eastern part of the county.


Creek County
  NR Bristow         10   1100CST               0    0    3     0    Lightning

Pittsburg County
  2 S Hartshorne     10   1135CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Latimer County
  Wilburton          10   1145CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)
                                                                     TSTM Wind

Tulsa County
  2 E Broken Arrow   10   1155CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Wagoner County
  1 W Oneta          10   1200CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Mayes County
  1 N Chouteau       10   1232CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  2 E Locust Grove   10   1245CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (1.00)
  Locust Grove       10   1255CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Delaware County
  Bernice            10   1258CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  Bernice            10   1302CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Wagoner County
  Yonkers            10   1330CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (1.75)

Delaware County
  Kansas             10   1351CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

McIntosh County
  1 NW Hanna         10   1355CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Okmulgee County      10   1400CST-
  Henryetta               1430CST               0    0    ?     0    Flash Flood

Muskogee County
  Boynton            10   1400CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

McIntosh County
  6 W Checotah       10   1405CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.88)
  Hitchita           10   1410CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Pittsburg County
  10 NW McAlester    10   1415CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Ottawa County
  5 E Wyandotte      10   1430CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Muskogee County      10   1445CST-
  NR Muskogee             1530CST               0    0    ?     0    Flash Flood

Cherokee County
  Tahlequah          10   1455CST               0    0    3     0    Lightning
  Tahlequah          10   1457CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  Hulbert            10   1508CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Latimer County
  3 SW Yanush        10   1515CST               0    0    3     0    Hail (1.50)
                                                                     TSTM Wind

Haskell County
  Whitefield         10   1515CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (1.25)
  McCurtain          10   1530CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Muskogee County
  Webbers Falls      10   1530CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Cherokee County
  Tahlequah          10   1530CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Haskell County
  NR Stigler         10   1540CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind
  NR McCurtain       10   1540CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind

Sequoyah County
  Gore               10   1543CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Cherokee County
  Cookson            10   1545CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Delaware County
  Flint              10   1547CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Wagoner County       10   1550CST-
  Coweta-Red Bird         1630CST               0    0    ?     0    Flash Flood

Haskell County
  1 S Keota          10   1555CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Delaware County
  1 E Flint          10   1600CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Cherokee County
  3 N Moodys         10   1600CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Le Flore County
  Bokoshe            10   1600CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind
  Cameron            10   1605CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Sequoyah County
  Muldrow            10   1612CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (1.25)
  Muldrow            10   1614CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (1.25)

Le Flore County
  1 E Spiro          10   1615CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind

Adair County
  1 W Stilwell       10   1620CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Wagoner County       10   1630CST-
  Wagoner                 1700CST               0    0    ?     0    Flash Flood

Mayes County         10   1700CST-
  Locust Grove            1730CST               0    0    ?     0    Flash Flood

Cherokee County      10   1725CST-
  Tahlequah               1800CST               0    0    ?     0    Flash Flood

                     Severe thunderstorms moved across eastern Oklahoma during the late
                     morning and afternoon of April 10th. Strong thunderstorm winds
                     destroyed 2 barns and damaged an antenna pole and a porch 3 miles
                     southwest of Yanush. Hail up to 1.50 inches in diameter also fell at
                     this location. Strong thunderstorm winds downed numerous trees in
                     Wilburton, near Stigler, near McCurtain, and just east of Spiro.
                     Thunderstorm winds gusted to 60 miles an hour in Cameron, and power
                     lines were blown down by strong thunderstorm winds in Bokoshe. Quarter
                     to golfball size hail fell at Yonkers, and half dollar size hail fell
                     at Whitefield and at Muldrow. Dime size hail covered the ground 10
                     miles northwest of McAlester, and dime to quarter size hail fell at
                     numerous other locations in eastern Oklahoma.

                     Very heavy rainfall from the thunderstorms also resulted in flash
                     flooding in parts of northeast Oklahoma. Widespread street flooding
                     occurred in Henryetta, Wagoner, Locust Grove, and Tahlequah, where some
                     streets were closed and low-water bridges were also flooded. Widespread
                     street flooding also occurred in Muskogee, and some county roads were
                     closed by flooding near Muskogee. State Highway 51A between Coweta and
                     Red Bird was also flooded. Lightning started a house fire in Tahlequah
                     which caused $3000 damage, and lightning also started a fire at an oil
                     tank near Bristow.
 

Osage County
  8 SW Bowring       16   1528CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Pawnee County
  1 NE Pawnee        16   1545CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Washington County
  NR Copan           16   1600CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Osage County
  Hominy             16   1615CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (1.00)
  1 E Avant          16   1650CST   0.2   50    0    0    3     0    Tornado (F-0)

Washington County
  Ramona             16   1700CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Rogers County
  2 E Oologah        16   1745CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind

Tulsa County
  Skiatook           16   1809CST               0    0    4     0    Hail (0.75)
                                                                     TSTM Wind

Craig County
  1 SW Vinita        16   1825CST               0    0    4     0    TSTM Wind

Pawnee County
  Cleveland          16   1829CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Osage County
  Osage              16   1835CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Pawnee County
  Cleveland          16   1837CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (1.25)

Rogers County        16   1900CST-
  Chelsea                 2130CST               0    0    3     0    Flash Flood

Tulsa County
  2 N Sperry         16   1910CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  Sperry             16   1912CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind (56)
  2 N Sperry         16   1916CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Osage County
  Hominy             16   1945CST-2015CST       0    0    ?     0    Flash Flood
  1 W Skiatook       16   2000CST-2030CST       0    0    ?     0    Flash Flood

Tulsa County         16   2000CST-
  Skiatook                2030CST               0    0    ?     0    Flash Flood

Pawnee County        16   2000CST-
  Cleveland               2030CST               0    0    ?     0    Flash Flood

Creek County
  2 W Mannford       16   2117CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (1.00)

                     Severe thunderstorms developed in northeast Oklahoma during the late
                     afternoon and evening of April 16th. The storms produced large hail,
                     damaging winds, and 1 tornado. The tornado touched down 1 mile east of
                     Avant at 1650CST and was on the ground for 0.2 miles. 2 mobile homes
                     were damaged by this 50 yard wide, F-0 tornado. Strong thunderstorm
                     winds overturned and damaged a camper just southwest of Vinita, and a
                     mobile home was also blown 5 feet off its foundation just southwest of
                     Vinita. Strong thunderstorm winds blew part of the roof off a bus barn
                     and caused damage to the south end of the bus barn at the corner of
                     Osage Street and 2nd Street in Skiatook. Several trees and large tree
                     limbs were also blown down in Skiatook. Strong thunderstorm winds
                     downed trees 2 miles east of Oologah, and winds gusted to 65 miles an
                     hour at Tall Chief Cove in Sperry.

                     Half dollar size hail fell at Cleveland, and quarter size hail covered
                     the ground 8 miles southwest of Bowring and at Osage. Dime to quarter
                     size hail also fell at several other locations in northeast Oklahoma.
                     Very heavy rainfall from the thunderstorms also resulted in flash
                     flooding. Considerable street flooding occurred in Chelsea, and water
                     entered some businesses on Main Street in Chelsea. Approximately 10
                     low-water bridges had to be closed in the Chelsea area due to high
                     water. High water flooded roadways in Hominy, and considerable street
                     flooding occurred in Cleveland and from just west of Skiatook into
                     Skiatook.


Okfuskee County
  Weleetka           17   2052CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind

Creek County
  NR Mannford        17   2055CST               0    0    3     0    TSTM Wind

Okmulgee County
  Henryetta          17   2055CST               0    0    3     0    TSTM Wind
  Dewar              17   2055CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (1.25)
  6 ESE Henryetta    17   2100CST   0.1   30    0    0    ?     0    Tornado (F-0)

Tulsa County
  Sand Springs       17   2100CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind

Okfuskee County
  Bearden            17   2110CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind

Osage County
  Avant              17   2115CST               0    0    3     0    TSTM Wind

Okmulgee County
  1 WNW Hoffman      17   2119CST   0.1   30    0    0    ?     0    Tornado (F-0)

Washington County
  Vera               17   2120CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

McIntosh County
  Hitchita           17   2125CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.88)
                                                                     TSTM Wind (52)

Muskogee County
  2.25 NE Council Hill 17 2130CST   0.1   30    0    0    ?     0    Tornado (F-0)

McIntosh County
  Stidham            17   2135CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Creek County
  Sapulpa            17   2136CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind (58)

Tulsa County
  4 W Sand Springs   17   2140CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind

Osage County
  4 N Sand Springs   17   2145CST               0    0    3     0    TSTM Wind

Creek County
  3 NE Sapulpa       17   2145CST               0    1    5     0    TSTM Wind

Nowata County
  Nowata             17   2145CST               0    0    3     0    TSTM Wind

McIntosh County
  10 W Checotah      17   2150CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.88)
                                                                     TSTM Wind (52)
  6 N Eufaula        17   2150CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.88)
                                                                     TSTM Wind (52)

Osage County         17   2200CST-
  S+SE Osage CO.          2230CST               0    0    ?     0    Flash Flood

Pawnee County        17   2200CST-
  10 E Terlton            2230CST               0    0    ?     0    Flash Flood

Muskogee County
  NR Council Hill    17   2202CST               0    0    3     0    TSTM Wind

Tulsa County
  Collinsville       17   2205CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind (56)

Okmulgee County      17   2205CST-2300CST
  2.25 S Morris-Morris-5 E Morris               0    0    3     0    Flash Flood

Rogers County
  5 SW Oologah       17   2210CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind (56)

Muskogee County
  Muskogee           17   2210CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind
  Muskogee           17   2212CST               0    0    4     0    TSTM Wind (70)
  1 SW Muskogee      17   2212CST               0    0    3     0    TSTM Wind

Wagoner County
  1 S Okay-4 E Okay  17   2214CST-2221CST 4.5 125 0  0    5     0    Tornado (F-2)
  3 W Okay           17   2215CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind (61)

Muskogee County
  3 W Muskogee       17   2215CST               0    0    3     0    TSTM Wind
  Muskogee-3 N Muskogee 17 2220CST-2300CST      0    0    ?     0    Flash Flood

Nowata County
  7 W Nowata         17   2220CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Rogers County
  8 W Claremore      17   2225CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Creek County         17   2230CST-
  Mannford                2300CST               0    0    ?     0    Flash Flood

Cherokee County
  8 E Wagoner        17   2230CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind (59)
  2.5 S Peggs        17   2232CST   0.25  50    0    0    4     0    Tornado (F-1)
  NR Qualls-8 S Tahlequah 17 2235CST-2245CST 7 200 0 0    5     0    Tornado (F-2)
  2 S Hulbert        17   2242CST               0    0    3     0    TSTM Wind

Craig County
  NR Big Cabin       17   2245CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind

Mayes County
  Rose               17   2250CST               0    0    3     0    TSTM Wind

Cherokee County
  2.5 S Peggs-3 E Peggs 17 2255CST              0    0    3     0    TSTM Wind

Delaware County
  1 E Eucha          17   2300CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind

McCurtain County
  Battiest           17   2301CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind

Adair County         17   2302CST-2304CST
  3 SE Stilwell-3 ESE Stilwell        1    75   0    0    5     0    Tornado (F-1)

Ottawa County
  Quapaw             17   2305CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind

Le Flore County
  Poteau             17   2306CST               0    0    3     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Adair County
  4 E Stilwell       17   2310CST               0    0    4     0    TSTM Wind

Delaware County
  3.5 NW Colcord     17   2310CST   0.1   40    0    0    3     0    Tornado (F-0)
  3 S Leach          17   2315CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind
  2 N Oaks           17   2315CST               0    0    3     0    TSTM Wind
  2 N Twin Oaks      17   2315CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind
  NR Grove           17   2320CST               0    0    3     0    TSTM Wind

                     Severe thunderstorms moved across eastern Oklahoma during the evening
                     of April 17th. The storms produced a total of 8 tornadoes, as well as
                     large hail and damaging winds.

                     The first five tornadoes all occurred with the same supercell
                     thunderstorm. The first tornado touched down briefly 6 miles east
                     southeast of Henryetta at 2100CST. No damage occurred with this F-0
                     tornado.

                     The second tornado was another brief touchdown just west northwest of
                     Hoffman at 2119CST. No damage occurred with this F-0 tornado.

                     The third tornado was another brief touchdown 2.25 miles northeast of
                     Council Hill at 2130CST. Trees were downed by this F-0 tornado.

                     The fourth tornado touched down in a residential area 1 mile south of
                     Okay at 2214CST. The tornado heavily damaged 2 homes and caused minor
                     damage to 9 homes in the residential area. 5 mobile homes were also
                     destroyed, and 5 other mobile homes were damaged. Several vehicles were
                     either damaged or destroyed, numerous power poles were downed, and
                     numerous trees were uprooted. The tornado continued east northeast for
                     approximately 4.5 miles before lifting 4 miles east of Okay at 2221CST
                     just before reaching the Fort Gibson Lake Dam. This tornado was 125
                     yards wide and was rated as an F-2.

                     The fifth tornado touched down 2.5 miles south of Peggs at 2232CST. The
                     tornado damaged a Free Will Baptist Church camp building and also
                     damaged a barn and uprooted trees. This F-1 tornado was on the ground
                     for 1/4 mile and was 50 yards wide.

                     The sixth tornado touched down near Qualls at 2235CST and moved
                     northeast for 7 miles before lifting 8 miles south of Tahlequah near
                     the town of Keys at 2245CST. The tornado damaged Carter's Automotive
                     Building 8 miles south of Tahlequah, and several vehicles were thrown
                     a considerable distance from the building. The tornado also caused
                     approximately $100,000 damage to a county solid waste plant in the same
                     general area. This tornado was 200 yards wide and was rated as an F-2.

                     The seventh tornado touched down 3 miles southeast of Stilwell at
                     2302CST and moved northeast for 1 mile before lifting 3 miles east
                     southeast of Stilwell at 2304CST. The tornado destroyed 1 modular home,
                     1 mobile home, and 2 chicken houses, and caused minor damage to several
                     other homes. This tornado was 75 yards wide and was rated as an F-1.

                     The eighth tornado was spawned by the same storm which produced the
                     first five tornadoes. It touched down briefly 3.5 miles northwest of
                     Colcord at 2310CST. The tornado damaged the roof of 1 home and also
                     damaged 3 barns. This tornado was 40 yards wide and was rated as an
                     F-0.

                     The storms also produced strong straight-line winds which caused
                     considerable damage. Strong thunderstorm winds destroyed 2 mobile homes
                     and damaged 4 other mobile homes at the Robinson Trailer Park 3 miles
                     northeast of Sapulpa. 1 resident of the park suffered a back injury as
                     a result of the storms. A mobile home was destroyed and a chicken house
                     was damaged by strong thunderstorm winds 4 miles east of Stilwell, and
                     strong winds damaged a trailer house near Council Hill. A house was
                     damaged by high winds 2 miles south of Hulbert, and chicken houses were
                     blown over in Rose.

                     Thunderstorm winds estimated at 80 miles an hour in Muskogee blew the
                     roofs off a couple buildings and knocked down light poles and large
                     tree branches. A barn was destroyed, a window was blown out, and trees
                     were downed by strong winds just southwest of Muskogee. Several roofs
                     were blown off outbuildings and windows were blown out 3 miles west of
                     Muskogee, and a chimney was blown off a roof and several large tree
                     limbs were downed in Nowata. Strong thunderstorm winds blew a large
                     tree onto the roof of a house in Avant, and the skirting was blown off
                     a trailer and numerous trees were downed 4 miles north of Sand Springs.

                     Strong thunderstorm winds damaged a brick building in Henryetta,
                     blowing off bricks near the top of the building, and trees were blown
                     down onto a house near Grove. Lines, trees, and an amateur radio tower
                     were downed by strong winds 2 miles north of Oaks, and strong winds
                     downed a large radio tower near Mannford. 60 mile an hour winds blew
                     the windows out of a store and downed trees in Poteau, and up to 50
                     large trees were blown down just east of Eucha.

                     Strong thunderstorm winds downed numerous trees from 2.5 miles south of
                     Peggs to 3 miles east of Peggs, and 3 barns were destroyed 3 miles east
                     of Peggs. Thunderstorm winds downed trees and power lines in Battiest,
                     3 miles south of Leach, and 2 miles north of Twin Oaks, and several
                     trees were blown over onto power lines in Quapaw. A large tree was
                     blown down 4 miles west of Sand Springs, and large tree limbs were
                     blown down in Sand Springs and in Weleetka. Strong thunderstorm winds
                     downed numerous large tree limbs in Bearden, and several large tree
                     limbs were downed by strong winds near Big Cabin.

                     Thunderstorm winds gusted to 70 miles an hour 3 miles west of Okay, to
                     67 miles an hour in Sapulpa, and to 65 miles miles an hour 5 miles
                     southwest of Oologah. Thunderstorm winds gusted to 65 to 70 miles an
                     hour at Sequoyah State Park 8 miles east of Wagoner, and to 60 to 70
                     miles an hour in Collinsville. Thunderstorm winds gusted to 60 miles an
                     hour 7 miles west of Nowata, 8 miles west of Claremore, and at several
                     locations in McIntosh County.

                     Large hail also accompanied some of the storms. Half dollar size hail
                     fell at Dewar, and nickel size hail fell at Hitchita, 10 miles west of
                     Checotah, and at Fountainhead State Park 6 miles north of Eufaula. Dime
                     size hail fell in Vera.

                     Very heavy rainfall from the thunderstorms also resulted in flash
                     flooding in parts of northeast Oklahoma. Street flooding occurred in
                     the south and southeast parts of Osage County, 10 miles east of
                     Terlton, and in Mannford. Street flooding also occurred in Muskogee,
                     and U.S. Highway 69 was flooded 3 miles north of Muskogee. Streets were
                     closed by flooding in Morris, and State Highway 62 was closed east of
                     Morris due to 3 feet of water covering the roadway. Water also entered
                     some garages and basements in Morris, and a bridge was damaged by
                     flooding 2.25 miles south of Morris.
 

Delaware County
  1 E Kansas         19   1920CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind

Adair County
  Chewey             19   1925CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind

Muskogee County
  Porum              19   1930CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (1.00)
                                                                     TSTM Wind

Delaware County
  Flint              19   1930CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind
  3.5 W West Siloam Springs 19 1935CST          0    0    5     0    TSTM Wind
  2 W West Siloam Springs 19 1935CST            0    0    4     0    TSTM Wind
  2 N West Siloam Springs 19 1935CST            0    0    3     0    TSTM Wind
  0.5 W West Siloam Springs 19 1940CST          0    0    ?     0    Hail (1.00)
  West Siloam Springs 19  1940CST               0    0    4     0    TSTM Wind

Pawnee County
  Hallett            19   1955CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Pittsburg County
  McAlester          19   2016CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Haskell County
  1 E Enterprise     19   2055CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (1.75)

Pittsburg County
  Kiowa              19   2105CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.88)

                     Severe thunderstorms developed in eastern Oklahoma during the evening
                     of April 19th. Strong thunderstorm winds in West Siloam Springs blew in
                     a wall and blew out all the doors of the new fire department. Telephone
                     poles were snapped in two places near the West Siloam Springs police
                     department, and numerous trees and power lines were also downed in West
                     Siloam Springs. Strong thunderstorm winds totally destroyed 3 trailer
                     homes 3.5 miles west of West Siloam Springs, and a roof was blown off
                     a mobile home and several outbulidings were destroyed 2 miles west of
                     West Siloam Springs. A tree was blown onto the Mosely School 2 miles
                     north of West Siloam Springs, and a tree was blown onto a main feeder
                     line just east of Kansas.

                     Strong thunderstorm winds downed trees in Flint across State Highway
                     412 and also at the entrance to the Cherokee Turnpike. Several large
                     tree limbs were blown down in Chewey and in Porum. Golfball size hail
                     fell just east of Enterprise, and quarter size hail fell 1/2 mile west
                     of West Siloam Springs and at Porum. Nickel size hail fell at Kiowa,
                     and dime size hail fell at McAlester and at Hallett.


Tulsa County
  Tulsa              22   1130CST               0    0    4     0    Lightning

                     Lightning started a house fire in Tulsa.


Pittsburg County
  10 S McAlester     22   1145CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)
                                                                     TSTM Wind (61)
  McAlester          22   1150CST               0    0    3     0    TSTM Wind
  Alderson           22   1150CST               0    0    4     0    TSTM Wind
  5 SE McAlester     22   1150CST               0    0    3     0    TSTM Wind
  5 W Savanna        22   1150CST               0    0    5     0    TSTM Wind

Latimer County
  Wilburton          22   1205CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Haskell County
  Kinta              22   1205CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind
  Lequire            22   1215CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  10 NE Stigler      22   1240CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Pittsburg County
  NR Kiowa           22   1301CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind
  7 E Arpelar        22   1305CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  1 S Indianola      22   1350CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind
  1 E Indianola      22   1425CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  1 E McAlester      22   1435CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  Ashland            22   1446CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  McAlester          22   1510CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  25 W Featherston   22   1530CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Haskell County
  Stigler            22   1530CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind

                     Severe thunderstorms developed in southeast Oklahoma during the late
                     morning and early afternoon of April 22nd. Strong thunderstorm winds
                     destroyed prefab buildings at the Army Ammunitions Plant 5 miles west
                     of Savanna, and buildings were damaged and large trees were blown down
                     in Alderson. A tin roof was blown off a bus barn in McAlester, and
                     numerous trees and power lines were also blown down in McAlester. A
                     porch was blown off a mobile home 5 miles southeast of McAlester, and
                     power poles were snapped by the wind near Kiowa. Strong thunderstorm
                     winds downed large tree limbs in Kinta, just south of Indianola, and in
                     Stigler. Thunderstorm winds gusted to 70 miles an hour 10 miles south
                     of McAlester.

                     Nickel size hail fell 10 miles northeast of Stigler, and dime size hail
                     covered the ground 1 mile east of Indianola. Dime size hail also fell
                     at Wilburton, at Lequire, and at several other locations in Pittsburg
                     County.


Craig County
  7 W Vinita         24   1548CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.88)
  Vinita             24   1615CST               0    0    3     0    TSTM Wind

Ottawa County
  Wyandotte          24   1630CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

                     Isolated severe thunderstorms developed in extreme northeast Oklahoma
                     during the late afternoon of April 24th. Strong thunderstorm winds
                     uprooted trees and caused a considerable amount of minor damage in
                     Vinita. Nickel size hail fell 7 miles west of Vinita, and dime size
                     hail fell at Wyandotte.


McIntosh County
  3 S Hanna          26   1735CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

                     An isolated severe thunderstorm produced dime size hail 3 miles south
                     of Hanna.


Osage County
  10 E Foraker       29   0015CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)
  Hominy             29   0132CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Washington County
  Bartlesville       29   0140CST-
                          0400CST               0    0    ?     0    Flash Flood
  Ramona             29   0150CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Osage County
  Avant              29   0155CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Washington County
  Vera               29   0220CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)
                                                                     TSTM Wind

Tulsa County
  Sperry             29   0230CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)
                                                                     
Rogers County
  2 E Claremore      29   0240CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Nowata County        29   0300CST-
  Nowata                  0330CST               0    0    ?     0    Flash Flood

Osage County         29   0300CST-
  Hominy                  0400CST               0    0    ?     0    Flash Flood

Mayes County
  Pryor              29   0315CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Tulsa County         29   0320CST-
  Tulsa                   0400CST               0    0    ?     0    Flash Flood

Pawnee County        29   0330CST-
  Skedee-Blackburn        0430CST               0    0    ?     0    Flash Flood

Mayes County
  Locust Grove       29   0345CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  3 N Locust Grove   29   0345CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Tulsa County         29   0400CST-
  NR Sand Springs         0500CST               0    0    ?     0    Flash Flood

Rogers County        29   0400CST-
  Claremore-Foyil         0500CST               0    0    ?     0    Flash Flood

Creek County         29   0415CST-
  Mannford                0515CST               0    0    ?     0    Flash Flood

Wagoner County       29   0500CST-
  Wagoner                 0600CST               0    0    ?     0    Flash Flood

Adair County
  Stilwell           29   0515CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Sequoyah County
  Sallisaw           29   0645CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Muskogee County      29   0700CST-
  N+C Muskogee CO.        0930CST               0    0    ?     0    Flash Flood

McIntosh County      29   0800CST-
  Hitchita                0830CST               0    0    ?     0    Flash Flood

Le Flore County
  Big Cedar          29   0915CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (1.00)

                     Severe thunderstorms moved across eastern Oklahoma during the early
                     morning of April 29th. Strong thunderstorm winds blew down large tree
                     branches in Vera, and thunderstorm winds gusted to 60 miles an hour 10
                     miles east of Foraker, 2 miles east of Claremore, and in Stilwell.
                     Quarter size hail fell at Sallisaw and at Big Cedar, and nickel size
                     hail fell at Ramona and 3 miles north of Locust Grove. Dime size hail
                     fell at several other locations in northeast Oklahoma.

                     Very heavy rainfall from the thunderstorms also resulted in flash
                     flooding in northeast Oklahoma. Street flooding occurred in
                     Bartlesville, Nowata, and Wagoner, and Main Street in Hominy was also
                     flooded. Street flooding occurred in the city of Tulsa at the
                     intersection of 31st Street South and Mingo Road and at the
                     intersection of West 41st Street and Elwood Avenue, where water covered
                     the road to a depth of 1 foot.

                     Streets were flooded near Sand Springs, and roads were flooded near and
                     just south of the town of Muskogee. Some county roads north of
                     Interstate 40 in Muskogee County were also under water, and county
                     roads were flooded between Skedee and Blackburn in Pawnee County. In
                     Rogers County, a county road was briefly closed by flooding between
                     Claremore and Foyil. A few small creeks overflowed over roads in
                     Mannford, and high water flooded some low-lying roads in Hitchita.
 

McCurtain County
  Broken Bow         29   1930CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

                     An isolated severe thunderstorm produced dime size hail at Broken Bow.


McIntosh County
  5 S Hitchita       30   1421CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Pittsburg County
  Quinton            30   1438CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Muskogee County
  3 SW Webbers Falls 30   1440CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Haskell County
  3 S Stigler        30   1445CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Latimer County
  4 NW Wilburton     30   1450CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (1.75)
  1 N Wilburton      30   1455CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  Red Oak            30   1505CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Sequoyah County
  Vian               30   1505CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Le Flore County
  Spiro              30   1515CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  Le Flore           30   1520CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (1.25)

Latimer County
  2 NW Bengal        30   1525CST               0    0    2     0    Hail (1.75)

Le Flore County
  1 NE Talihina      30   1540CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (2.75)
  Muse               30   1555CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (1.75)
  2 NW Page          30   1605CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (1.00)
                                                                     TSTM Wind
                     
                     Severe thunderstorms developed in southeast Oklahoma during the
                     afternoon of April 30th. Strong thunderstorm winds blew down large tree
                     limbs 2 miles northwest of Page. Baseball size hail fell 1 mile
                     northeast of Talihina, and golfball size hail broke out a windshield 2
                     miles northwest of Bengal. Golfball size hail also fell at Muse and at
                     Robbers Cave State Park 4 miles northwest of Wilburton, and half dollar
                     size hail fell at Le Flore. Dime to nickel size hail fell at several
                     other locations in southeast Oklahoma.


Adair County
  Westville          30   1925CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Nowata County
  Nowata             30   1955CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

                     Severe thunderstorms developed in northeast Oklahoma during the evening
                     of April 30th. Thunderstorm winds gusted to 60 miles an hour in Nowata,
                     and quarter size hail fell at Westville.


Pittsburg County
  McAlester          30   2230CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Latimer County
  Panola             30   2255CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind

Le Flore County
  NR Le Flore        30   2320CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (1.75)

                     Severe thunderstorms redeveloped in southeast Oklahoma during the late
                     evening of April 30th. Strong thunderstorm winds blew down several
                     large tree limbs in Panola. Golfball size hail fell near Le Flore, and
                     nickel size hail fell at McAlester.







Arkansas (TUL) April 1995

Sebastian County
  Fort Smith         10   1620CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Crawford County
  Van Buren          10   1620CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  Van Buren          10   1630CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind (61)
  Rudy               10   1630CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Washington County
  Springdale         10   1635CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.88)
  4 S Fayetteville   10   1640CST               0    0    3     0    Hail (1.00)
  Fayetteville       10   1646CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.88)
  NR West Fork       10   1700CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Carroll County
  Berryville         10   1715CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Madison County
  Huntsville         10   1715CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind

                     Severe thunderstorms moved across northwest Arkansas during the late
                     afternoon of April 10th. Thunderstorm winds gusted to 60 to 80 miles an
                     hour at Van Buren and downed large tree limbs at Huntsville. Quarter
                     size hail fell at Rudy and also at the Fayetteville Airport 4 miles
                     south of Fayetteville where numerous cars were damaged. Dime to nickel
                     size hail fell at several other locations in northwest Arkansas.


Benton County
  Siloam Springs     17   2305CST               0    0    3     0    TSTM Wind

Washington County
  Morrow             17   2305CST               0    0    4     0    TSTM Wind
  5 NE Evansville    17   2313CST   0.5   75    0    0    4     0    Tornado (F-1)

Sebastian County
  4 W Greenwood      17   2315CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Washington County
  NR Elm Springs     17   2325CST               0    0    3     0    TSTM Wind
  7 S Prairie Grove  17   2329CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Benton County
  Rogers             17   2330CST               0    0    4     0    TSTM Wind
  NR Cave Springs    17   2330CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind
  Maysville          17   2340CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Washington County
  3 N Spring Valley  17   2340CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind

Madison County
  Huntsville         18   0000CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind

Carroll County
  3 N Carrollton     18   0010CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind

                     Severe thunderstorms moved across northwest Arkansas during the late
                     evening of April 17th into the very early morning of April 18th. The
                     storms produced large hail, damaging winds, and 1 tornado. The tornado
                     touched down 5 miles northeast of Evansville near the top of Starlight
                     Mountain at 2313CST. This F-1 tornado damaged 1 home and destroyed 2
                     chicken houses along its 1/2 mile length and 75 yard width.

                     Strong thunderstorm winds damaged several buildings in Rogers,
                     including blowing the roof off the National Guard Armory Building.
                     Several large trees were also downed in Rogers. A tree was blown onto
                     a house near Elm Springs, and a large tree was blown onto a trailer in
                     Siloam Springs. Some chicken houses were blown down in Morrow, and
                     numerous trees and power lines were blown down near Cave Springs.
                     Strong thunderstorm winds downed several trees 3 miles north of Spring
                     Valley, and several large tree limbs were blown down in Huntsville and
                     3 miles north of Carrollton. Thunderstorm winds gusted to 60 miles an
                     hour 7 miles south of Prairie Grove and 4 miles west of Greenwood, and
                     dime size hail fell at Maysville.


Benton County
  1.5 NW Gentry      19   1940CST               0    0    4     0    TSTM Wind (87)
  Gentry             19   1951CST               0    0    4     0    Hail (0.75)
                                                                     TSTM Wind (56)
  Gentry             19   2000CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  4 W Gentry         19   2002CST               0    0    4     0    TSTM Wind
  Centerton          19   2010CST               0    1    ?     0    Lightning
  Pea Ridge          19   2025CST               0    0    3     0    TSTM Wind

Washington County
  Elm Springs        19   2115CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  4 W Springdale     19   2115CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  Springdale         19   2120CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Sebastian County     19   2148CST-
  Fort Smith              2155CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Crawford County
  Van Buren          19   2155CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Carroll County
  6 N Eureka Springs 19   2235CST               0    0    ?     0    TSTM Wind
  Green Forest       19   2330CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

                     Severe thunderstorms moved across northwest Arkansas during the evening
                     of April 19th. Thunderstorm winds estimated at 100 miles an hour
                     destroyed 1 mobile home and 2 poultry barns 1.5 miles northwest of
                     Gentry, and mobile homes were damaged and trees were blown down by
                     strong thunderstorm winds 4 miles west of Gentry. Numerous trees were
                     blown down in Gentry by 65 mile an hour winds, and several houses in
                     Gentry received major roof damage. Strong thunderstorm winds blew a
                     tree down onto a house in Pea Ridge, and blew down a power line 6 miles
                     north of Eureka Springs. Dime size hail fell at several locations in
                     northwest Arkansas, and 1 man was injured in Centerton when he was
                     struck by lightning.


Sebastian County
  Fort Smith         29   0645CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

                     An isolated severe thunderstorm produced dime size hail in Fort Smith.


Crawford County
  Van Buren          30   1530CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Sebastian County
  Fort Smith         30   1535CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Washington County
  6 NNE Winslow      30   1550CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Madison County
  6 SW Witter        30   1605CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

                     Severe thunderstorms moved across northwest Arkansas during the
                     afternoon of April 30th. Nickel size hail fell in Fort Smith and 6
                     miles north northeast of Winslow, and dime size hail fell in Van Buren
                     and 6 miles southwest of Witter.


Washington County
  West Fork          30   2023CST               0    0    ?     0    Hail (0.75)

                     An isolated severe thunderstorm produced dime size hail at West Fork.