Oklahoma (TUL) May 1995

Tulsa County        07   1515CST-
  Tulsa-Owasso           2345CST               0    0   3     0    Flash Flood

Pawnee County       07   1530CST-
  Cleveland              1600CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Creek County        07   1530CST-
  Bristow                1600CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Tulsa County        07   1600CST-
  Sperry                 1630CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Osage County        07   1600CST-
  5 NW Tulsa             1830CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Creek County        07   1630CST-
  N of Sapulpa           1700CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

                    Thunderstorms during the afternoon of May 7th produced very heavy
                    rainfall which resulted in flash flooding in parts of northeast
                    Oklahoma. Serious street flooding occurred in the city of Tulsa, where
                    numerous streets were closed and several vehicles were stranded in high
                    water up to 4 feet deep. Numerous creeks in the Tulsa and Owasso areas
                    overflowed their banks, and water entered some homes on the west side
                    of Tulsa and on the east side of Owasso. High water flooded a bridge at
                    36th Street North and Osage Drive 5 miles northwest of Tulsa, and 1
                    person had to be rescued from a stranded van on the bridge. Widespread
                    street flooding also occurred in Cleveland, Bristow, and Sperry, and
                    water covered roads to a depth of 1 foot north of Sapulpa in the Sahoma
                    Lake and Pretty Water Lake areas.


Okfuskee County
  3 ESE Okemah      07   1638CST   0.1  30     0    0   4     0    Tornado (F-0)

                    A tornado touched down briefly 3 miles east southeast of Okemah at
                    1638CST. This F-0 tornado damaged several homes and downed power lines.


Pawnee County
  Pawnee            07   1855CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Osage County
  Foraker           07   1905CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Creek County
  Drumright         07   1910CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)
  Bristow           07   1920CST               0    0   3     0    TSTM Wind

Pawnee County
  Terlton           07   1925CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Okfuskee County
  Paden             07   1925CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Osage County
  5 S Pawhuska      07   1930CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Tulsa County             
  Sand Springs      07   1950CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
                                                                   TSTM Wind (52)
  Tulsa             07   2000CST-2030CST       0    0   5     0    Lightning
  Tulsa             07   2005CST-2030CST       0    0   5     0    TSTM Wind (61)

Washington County
  Bartlesville      07   2005CST               0    0   3     0    TSTM Wind

Muskogee County
  Haskell           07   2005CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Nowata County
  Wann              07   2010CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Rogers County
  Claremore         07   2015CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Wagoner County
  0.5 W Coweta      07   2015CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Okmulgee County
  Okmulgee          07   2015CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Tulsa County
  4 S Glenpool      07   2020CST               0    0   4     0    Hail (1.25)
                                                                   TSTM Wind
  2 N Bixby         07   2026CST               0    1   5     0    TSTM Wind
  Tulsa             07   2030CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Mayes County
  Pryor             07   2040CST               0    0   3     0    TSTM Wind

McIntosh County
  Hanna             07   2040CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)
                                                                   TSTM Wind

Craig County
  5 E Big Cabin     07   2045CST               0    0   5     0    TSTM Wind

Delaware County
  2 S Afton         07   2100CST               0    0   3     0    TSTM Wind

Cherokee County
  Tahlequah         07   2100CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  2 NNE Fort Gibson 07   2110CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

McIntosh County
  Stidham           07   2110CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  Vivian            07   2110CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Delaware County
  10 W Jay          07   2112CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)
  3 N Jay           07   2112CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  NR Bernice        07   2112CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  1 W Bernice       07   2115CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  8 N Grove         07   2115CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  1 NW Grove        07   2115CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  2.5 W Jay         07   2120CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Ottawa County
  Picher            07   2120CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (65)

Pittsburg County
  Canadian          07   2125CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Ottawa County
  Miami             07   2127CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Muskogee County
  1 S Muskogee      07   2145CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Cherokee County
  Cookson           07   2145CST               0    0   3     0    TSTM Wind

Pittsburg County
  Kiowa             07   2153CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Adair County
  5.5 SE Stilwell   07   2200CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Pittsburg County
  Hartshorne        07   2220CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Latimer County
  2 W Talihina      07   2240CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Haskell County
  2 W Stigler       07   2240CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  8 W Stigler       07   2243CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Latimer County
  Wilburton         07   2250CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Sequoyah County
  5 NNW Sallisaw    07   2315CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Le Flore County
  Panama            07   2325CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

                    Severe thunderstorms moved across eastern Oklahoma during the evening
                    of May 7th. Widespread wind damage occurred in the city of Tulsa
                    between 2005CST and 2030CST. Numerous homes, businesses, and vehicles
                    in Tulsa were damaged by the winds, and numerous trees, power lines,
                    fences, and signs were blown down throughout the city. Winds were
                    estimated at 70 miles an hour at the National Weather Service Office in
                    Tulsa. Lightning also started several house fires in the city of Tulsa.
                    Strong thunderstorm winds damaged 50 to 60 mobile homes at the
                    Riverbend Trailer Park 2 miles north of Bixby, and 1 resident of the
                    park was injured. 2 mobile homes were damaged by strong winds 4 miles
                    south of Glenpool, and several mobile homes were blown over 5 miles
                    east of Big Cabin. Several trees and power poles were also blown down
                    5 miles east of Big Cabin.

                    Strong thunderstorm winds in Pryor blew gas pumps over and blew part of
                    the roof off a Circle K store. A barn was blown down 2 miles south of
                    Afton, and strong winds damaged a barn roof in Cookson. Strong
                    thunderstorm winds blew down power poles in Haskell, and power poles
                    and telephone poles were blown down by strong winds just west of
                    Coweta. Numerous trees, power lines, and signs were blown down in
                    Bartlesville, and trees, power lines, and transformers were blown down
                    in Bristow. Power lines and 2 trees were blown down 1 mile west of
                    Bernice, and power lines were blown down across a road just northwest
                    of Grove. Trees were blown down across a road 3 miles north of Jay, and
                    a large tree was blown down onto State Highway 80 2 miles north
                    northeast of Fort Gibson.

                    Strong thunderstorm winds blew down trees in Pawnee, in Terlton, in
                    Paden, 5 miles south of Pawhuska, in Okmulgee, in Hanna, in Stidham, in
                    Vivian, near Bernice, 8 miles north of Grove, and 5 miles north
                    northwest of Sallisaw. 60 mile an hour winds blew trees down in
                    Claremore, and strong winds blew down large tree limbs in Wann, in
                    Tahlequah, and in Canadian. Thunderstorm winds gusted to 75 miles an
                    hour in Picher and to 60 miles an hour in Foraker, in Sand Springs, and
                    10 miles west of Jay. Half dollar size hail fell 4 miles south of
                    Glenpool, and quarter size hail fell 2 miles west of Talihina. Dime to
                    nickel size hail fell at numerous other locations in eastern Oklahoma.
                     

Delaware County
  4 N Kansas        13   1800CST               1    0   ?     0    Lightning
  1 W Maysville     13   1816CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)
  1 S Colcord       13   1850CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

                    Isolated severe thunderstorms in Delaware County produced nickel size
                    hail 1 mile west of Maysville and dime size hail 1 mile south of
                    Colcord. Lightning killed a young man who was on top of a silo 4 miles
                    north of Kansas.
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Haskell County
  Keota             15   0345CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Sequoyah County
  2 NE Sallisaw     15   0415CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

                    Isolated severe thunderstorms developed in eastern Oklahoma during the
                    early morning of May 15th. Strong thunderstorm winds blew down large
                    tree limbs 2 miles northeast of Sallisaw, and nickel size hail fell at
                    Keota.


Okfuskee County
  5 SW Okfuskee     17   1045CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Okmulgee County
  7 W Okmulgee      17   1053CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.75)
  3 N Okmulgee      17   1100CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)
  Okmulgee          17   1100CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Muskogee County
  Haskell           17   1120CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Wagoner County
  1 W Porter        17   1130CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  Wagoner           17   1145CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Delaware County
  5 NW Colcord      17   1230CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

                    An isolated severe thunderstorm moved across northeast Oklahoma from
                    Okfuskee County to Delaware County during the late morning and early
                    afternoon of May 17th. Golfball size hail fell 7 miles west of
                    Okmulgee, and quarter size hail fell at Haskell. Dime to nickel size
                    hail fell at several other locations in northeast Oklahoma.


Pawnee County
  Pawnee            17   1545CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
                                                                   TSTM Wind

Osage County
  1 S Wynona        17   1613CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (78)

Creek County
  Sapulpa           17   1622CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Osage County
  Wynona            17   1627CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Tulsa County
  Bixby             17   1652CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Osage County
  7 NE Barnsdall    17   1700CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Washington County
  Dewey             17   1700CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Wagoner County
  2 SW Oneta        17   1700CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Tulsa County
  Broken Arrow      17   1710CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Washington County
  5 S Bartlesville  17   1715CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)
                                                                   TSTM Wind (61)

Rogers County
  5 E Inola         17   1735CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)
                                                                   TSTM Wind (61)

Mayes County
  2 E Chouteau      17   1745CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)

                    Severe thunderstorms redeveloped in northeast Oklahoma during the late
                    afternoon of May 17th. Thunderstorm winds estimated at 80 to 100 miles
                    an hour just south of Wynona blew a car off a highway into a bar ditch.
                    Strong thunderstorm winds uprooted a large tree in Pawnee and blew down
                    several large tree limbs 7 miles northeast of Barnsdall. Thunderstorm
                    winds gusted to 70 miles an hour 5 miles south of Bartlesville and 5
                    miles east of Inola. Quarter size hail fell at Wynona, at Broken Arrow,
                    and 5 miles south of Bartlesville. Dime to quarter size hail fell 2
                    miles east of Chouteau, and dime to nickel size hail fell at several
                    other locations in northeast Oklahoma.


Pittsburg County
  Haileyville       17   1915CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Latimer County
  Wilburton         17   1930CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Haskell County
  2 E McCurtain     17   2005CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Le Flore County
  Spiro             17   2025CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  Arkoma            17   2040CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

                    Severe thunderstorms developed in southeast Oklahoma during the evening
                    of May 17th. Thunderstorm winds gusted to 60 miles an hour in
                    Wilburton, 2 miles east of McCurtain, and in Arkoma. Strong
                    thunderstorm winds blew down several large tree limbs in Spiro, and
                    dime size hail fell at Haileyville.


Ottawa County
  Miami             23   1728CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  NR Commerce       23   1735CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

                    An isolated severe thunderstorm in Ottawa County produced dime size
                    hail at Miami and near Commerce.


Okfuskee County
  Bearden           23   2023CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  3 E Boley         23   2025CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  Okemah            23   2035CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
                                                                   TSTM Wind (52)

Okmulgee County
  10 WSW Okmulgee   23   2043CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)
  5 E Morris        23   2043CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Okmulgee County
  1 E Hectorville   23   2105CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Tulsa County
  Bixby             23   2118CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Pittsburg County
  McAlester         23   2130CST               0    0   4     0    TSTM Wind (61)

Tulsa County
  Tulsa             23   2135CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)
  Broken Arrow      23   2140CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Rogers County
  Tiawah            23   2145CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Wagoner County
  1 W Coweta        23   2145CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Latimer County
  NR Yanush         23   2155CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Pittsburg County
  Quinton           23   2200CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Mayes County
  Chouteau-Locust Grove 23 2200CST             0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  Locust Grove      23   2205CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Haskell County
  Stigler           23   2225CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Le Flore County
  Wister            23   2230CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Delaware County
  Bernice           23   2236CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)
  Grove             23   2240CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)
  0.75 E Ketchum    23   2250CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Ottawa County
  Fairland          23   2255CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

                    Severe thunderstorms moved across eastern Oklahoma during the evening
                    of May 23rd. Thunderstorm winds estimated at 70 miles an hour in
                    McAlester destroyed a car wash, tore the roofs off 2 buildings, and
                    overturned 2 truck trailers in the northeast part of town. Windows were
                    blown out of a flower shop in downtown McAlester, and numerous power
                    lines were blown down in McAlester. Strong thunderstorm winds blew down
                    trees and power lines in Locust Grove and in Stigler, and power lines
                    were blown down from Chouteau to Locust Grove. Trees were blown down by
                    strong thunderstorm winds in Bixby, near Yanush, and 0.75 miles east of
                    Ketchum. Trees were blown down by 60 mile an winds in Quinton, and a
                    large tree was blown down by strong winds in Fairland.

                    Strong thunderstorm winds blew down large tree limbs 5 miles east of
                    Morris, in Tiawah, just west of Coweta, and in Wister. Large tree limbs
                    were also blown down at the intersection of 81st Street South and 129th
                    East Avenue in Broken Arrow, and thunderstorm winds gusted to 60 miles
                    an hour at the intersection of 77th Street South and Riverside Drive in
                    the city of Tulsa. Thunderstorm winds also gusted to 60 miles an hour
                    in Okemah, 1 mile east of Hectorville, in Bernice, and in Grove. Nickel
                    size hail fell 10 miles west southwest of Okmulgee, and dime size hail
                    fell at Bearden, 3 miles east of Boley, and at Okemah.


Haskell County
  2 S Keota         24   1620CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.75)
  5 E Keota         24   1630CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Pittsburg County    24   1640CST-
  1 NW McAlester         1650CST   0.1  30     0    0   3     0    Tornado (F-0)

Le Flore County
  Spiro             24   1655CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

                    Severe thunderstorms developed in southeast Oklahoma during the late
                    afternoon of May 24th. A tornado touched down just northwest of
                    McAlester at 1640CST and remained nearly stationary until lifting at
                    1650CST. This F-0 tornado damaged a dairy barn and was apparently a
                    "landspout" type tornado which formed within a developing rainshower.
                    Golfball size hail fell 2 miles south of Keota, and dime size hail fell
                    5 miles east of Keota and at Spiro.


Creek County        26   0815CST-
  Sapulpa-W of Kiefer    1200CST               0    0   5     0    Flash Flood

                    Thunderstorms produced very heavy rainfall which resulted in flash
                    flooding from Sapulpa to west of Kiefer. Widespread street flooding
                    occurred in Sapulpa, and high water flooded numerous bridges and
                    entered several buildings in Sapulpa. One building in downtown Sapulpa
                    collapsed as a result of the flooding. Nickel Creek overflowed its
                    banks near 81st Street and 45th West Avenue, and water from the creek
                    entered several homes. Skull Creek also overflowed its banks west of
                    Kiefer, and several homes in this area were also flooded.


Sequoyah County
  8 NW Vian         26   1030CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  Sallisaw          26   1100CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Delaware County
  1 SW Colcord      26   1110CST               0    0   3     0    TSTM Wind
  1.5 SW Colcord    26   1115CST   0.1  30     0    0   4     0    Tornado (F-0)
  0.5 SW Colcord    26   1115CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Le Flore County
  5 W Spiro         26   1155CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  Spiro             26   1155CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

                    Severe thunderstorms moved across extreme eastern Oklahoma during the
                    late morning of May 26th. A tornado touched down briefly 1.5 miles
                    southwest of Colcord at 1115CST. This F-0 tornado downed trees and
                    power lines and damaged outbuildings. 1 house was also "rolled over" by
                    the tornado. Strong straight-line winds downed trees and power lines
                    and destroyed small outbuildings 1 mile southwest of Colcord, and trees
                    were blown down 1/2 mile southwest of Colcord. Thunderstorm winds
                    gusted to 60 miles an hour in Sallisaw, and 12 to 15 trees were
                    uprooted by strong winds 5 miles west of Spiro. Dime size hail fell at
                    the Tenkiller Dam 8 miles northwest of Vian and also at Spiro.


Craig County
  4.5 NNW Ketchum   27   1530CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Ottawa County
  Fairland          27   1600CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Washington County
  Bartlesville      27   1755CST               0    0   4     0    TSTM Wind

                    Isolated severe thunderstorms developed in northeast Oklahoma during
                    the late afternoon of May 27th. Strong thunderstorm winds damaged
                    several roofs and broke windows in downtown Bartlesville, and trees and
                    power lines were also blown down in Bartlesville. Large tree limbs and
                    1 small tree were blown down by 60 mile an hour winds in Fairland, and
                    dime size hail covered the ground 4.5 miles north northwest of Ketchum.


Okmulgee County
  5 E Okmulgee      31   0915CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)
  Morris            31   0920CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Muskogee County
  1 S Oktaha        31   0958CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

                    Isolated severe thunderstorms developed in northeast Oklahoma during
                    the morning of May 31st. Quarter size hail fell 5 miles east of
                    Okmulgee, and dime size hail fell at Morris and 1 mile south of Oktaha.


Pittsburg County
  7 WNW McAlester   31   1205CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)
  Hartshorne        31   1315CST-1400CST       0    0   3     0    Flash Flood

                    An isolated severe thunderstorm in Pittsburg County produced hail up to
                    nickel size 7 miles west northwest of McAlester. Thunderstorms also
                    produced very heavy rainfall which resulted in flash flooding. Street
                    flooding occurred in Hartshorne, and water entered City Hall in
                    Hartshorne.


Osage County
  1 S Hominy        31   1820CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  3 N Cleveland     31   1820CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  1 N Osage         31   1822CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.25)
  1 W Prue          31   1845CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Pawnee County
  Westport          31   1845CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.75)
  Westport          31   1847CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Tulsa County
  8 W Sand Springs  31   1852CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Osage County
  2 N Sand Springs  31   1903CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.25)

Tulsa County
  Sand Springs      31   1929CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)
  Sand Springs      31   1930CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.75)

                    Severe thunderstorms developed in northeast Oklahoma during the early
                    evening of May 31st. Hail ranging from quarter to golfball size fell at
                    Westport, and hail ranging from nickel to golfball size fell at Sand
                    Springs. Half dollar size hail fell 1 mile north of Osage and 2 miles
                    north of Sand Springs, and quarter size hail fell 1 mile west of Prue.
                    Dime to quarter size hail fell at the Keystone Dam 8 miles west of Sand
                    Springs, and dime size hail also fell 1 mile south of Hominy and 3
                    miles north of Cleveland.






Arkansas (TUL) May 1995

Benton County
  Cherokee City     07   2158CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  Sulphur Springs   07   2159CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  Hiawasse          07   2200CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Washington County
  2 W Lincoln       07   2205CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Carroll County
  Eureka Springs    07   2240CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Madison County
  Huntsville        07   2310CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Sebastian County
  Fort Smith        07   2355CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)
  Greenwood         07   2355CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)

                    Severe thunderstorms moved through northwest Arkansas during the late
                    evening of May 7th. Strong thunderstorm winds downed trees and power
                    lines in Cherokee City and in Sulphur Springs, and trees were also
                    blown down in Hiawasse. Strong thunderstorm winds blew down telephone
                    lines in Eureka Springs, and large tree branches were blown down by 60
                    mile an hour winds in Huntsville. Nickel size hail fell at Fort Smith
                    and at Greenwood, and dime size hail fell 2 miles west of Lincoln.


Benton County
  Maysville         13   1818CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)
  NR Gravette       13   1830CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (2.75)
  4 NW Gentry       13   1858CST   0.1  30     0    0   ?     0    Tornado (F-0)
  NR Bentonville    13   1933CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)
  2 W Rogers        13   1946CST   0.1  30     0    0   ?     0    Tornado (F-0)
  NR Bentonville    13   1950CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.25)
  NR Bentonville    13   2005CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (2.00)
  Monte Ne          13   2013CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (4.50)
  NR Lowell         13   2040CST-2130CST       0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood
  Lowell            13   2050CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Washington County
  Spring Valley     13   2111CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.75)

Madison County
  Hindsville        13   2115CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.75)
  10 W Huntsville   13   2157CST   0.1  30     0    0   ?     0    Tornado (F-0)

Washington County
  2 E Springdale    13   2215CST               0    0   3     0    Hail (1.75)
  Spring Valley     13   2251CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)
  Goshen            13   2302CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Madison County
  3 N Huntsville    13   2305CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  NR St. Paul       14   0000CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  5 N Huntsville    14   0000CST-0030CST       0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

                    Severe thunderstorms developed in northwest Arkansas during the evening
                    of May 13th and continued into the very early morning of May 14th. The
                    storms produced a total of 3 tornadoes, as well as large hail and
                    damaging winds.

                    The first tornado touched down briefly 4 miles northwest of Gentry at
                    1858CST. This F-0 tornado downed power lines but did not cause any
                    structural damage. The second tornado touched down briefly 2 miles west
                    of Rogers at 1946CST. No damage occurred with this F-0 tornado. The
                    third tornado touched down briefly 10 miles west of Huntsville at
                    2157CST. No damage occurred with this F-0 tornado.

                    Strong straight-line winds downed trees and several large tree limbs
                    near Withrow Spring State Park 3 miles north of Huntsville. Very large
                    hail also accompanied some of the storms. Softball size hail fell at
                    Monte Ne, and baseball size hail fell near Gravette. Hail ranging from
                    1 to 2 inches in diameter fell at the Bentonville Airport near
                    Bentonville, and golfball size hail fell at Spring Valley and at
                    Hindsville. Golfball size hail broke car windshields 2 miles east of
                    Springdale, and dime to nickel size hail fell at several other
                    locations in northwest Arkansas.

                    Very heavy rainfall from the thunderstorms also resulted in flash
                    flooding. Many streets and county roads were flooded near Lowell, and
                    secondary roads were flooded near Withrow Spring State Park 5 miles
                    north of Huntsville.


Sebastian County
  4 E Hackett       17   2048CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Crawford County
  Alma              17   2105CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Madison County
  St. Paul          17   2135CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

                    Isolated severe thunderstorms moved across northwest Arkansas during
                    the evening of May 17th. Thunderstorm winds gusted to 60 miles an hour
                    4 miles east of Hackett, in Alma, and in St. Paul.


Washington County
  Fayetteville      23   2330CST               0    0   4     0    TSTM Wind

Carroll County
  Eureka Springs    24   0000CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (56)

Madison County
  Clifty            24   0000CST               0    0   3     0    TSTM Wind

                    Severe thunderstorms moved across northwest Arkansas during the late
                    evening of May 23rd and the very early morning of May 24th. Strong
                    thunderstorm winds destroyed an office trailer at a construction site
                    in Fayetteville, and the windows were blown out of a 40 foot by 60 foot
                    metal building in the same location. Some long, half-ton pipes at the
                    construction site were rolled over 100 feet by the wind through a
                    chain-link fence. Thunderstorm winds gusted to 60 to 70 miles an hour
                    in Eureka Springs, and a barn framing was destroyed by strong winds in
                    Clifty.


Sebastian County
  2 SE Fort Smith   24   1755CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  Jenny Lind        24   1755CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  Bloomer           24   1810CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Washington County
  Strickler         24   1900CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Carroll County
  Eureka Springs    24   2010CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)
  Eureka Springs    24   2013CST               0    10  ?     0    Hail (1.75)

                    Severe thunderstorms moved across northwest Arkansas during the evening
                    of May 24th. Thunderstorm winds gusted to 60 miles an hour in Bloomer,
                    and hail ranging from nickel to golfball size fell at Eureka Springs.
                    The hail injured approximately 10 persons attending an outdoor passion
                    play in Eureka Springs. Dime size hail fell 2 miles southeast of Fort
                    Smith, at Jenny Lind, and at Strickler.


Crawford County     26   1230CST-
  Van Buren              1300CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Sebastian County    26   1230CST-
  Fort Smith             1300CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

                    Thunderstorms during the late morning and early afternoon of May 26th
                    produced very heavy rainfall which resulted in flash flooding in Van
                    Buren and in Fort Smith. Water covered several roads to a depth of 1 to
                    3 feet in both Van Buren and Fort Smith.


Benton County
  Bentonville       27   2113CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)
  10 E Rogers       27   2113CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

                    An isolated severe thunderstorm in Benton County produced wind gusts to
                    60 miles an hour in Bentonville and 10 miles east of Rogers.