Oklahoma (TUL) June 1995

Osage County
  Fairfax           01   0040CST-0115CST       0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood
  Hominy            01   0130CST-0200CST       0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

                    Thunderstorms in Osage County produced very heavy rainfall which
                    resulted in flash flooding. Street flooding occurred in Fairfax and in
                    Hominy, and Salt Creek in the Fairfax area overflowed its banks into
                    surrounding fields.


Okfuskee County
  Bearden           01   1643CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)
  NR Bearden        01   1655CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Pittsburg County
  1 N Hartshorne    01   1800CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
                                                                   TSTM Wind

Latimer County
  6 SW Wilburton    01   1813CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  7 S Wilburton     01   1817CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
                                                                   TSTM Wind

                    Severe thunderstorms developed in eastern Oklahoma during the late
                    afternoon of June 1st. Strong thunderstorm winds downed power lines and
                    large tree limbs 1 mile north of Hartshorne, and trees were blown down
                    by strong winds 7 miles south of Wilburton. Quarter size hail fell at
                    Bearden, and dime size hail fell near Bearden, 1 mile north of
                    Hartshorne, 6 miles southwest of Wilburton, and 7 miles south of
                    Wilburton.


Muskogee County
  Muskogee          02   0635CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Le Flore County
  Panama            02   0818CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  Cameron           02   0900CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)
  Panama            02   0920CST               0    0   0.5K  0    Hail (0.88)

Latimer County
  NR Wilburton      02   1125CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Pittsburg County
  Weathers          02   1126CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Latimer County
  Panola            02   1130CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  Red Oak           02   1150CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)
                                                                   TSTM Wind (52)

Le Flore County
  Muse              02   1240CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)
  2 N Octavia       02   1303CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.75)

McCurtain County
  Smithville        02   1331CST               0    0   0.2K  0    TSTM Wind (52)

Adair County
  Stilwell          02   1414CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)
  5 ESE Stilwell    02   1430CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Creek County
  Shamrock          02   1435CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.75)
  4 N Bristow       02   1447CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Pittsburg County
  6 NE McAlester    02   1507CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Muskogee County
  Oktaha            02   1520CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)
  NR Oktaha         02   1520CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Tulsa County
  2 W Bixby         02   1535CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)
  Bixby             02   1538CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (54)

Pittsburg County
  5 E McAlester     02   1550CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Muskogee County
  Braggs            02   1600CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Pittsburg County
  NR Dow            02   1603CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Wagoner County
  Coweta            02   1605CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.25)
  Coweta            02   1610CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Latimer County
  Gowen             02   1624CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Wagoner County
  6 E Broken Arrow  02   1625CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Okmulgee County
  8 W Okmulgee      02   1628CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Mayes County
  Chouteau          02   1651CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)
  Locust Grove      02   1710CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Delaware County
  West Siloam Springs 02 1815CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  NR West Siloam Springs 02 1815CST            0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Le Flore County     02   1815CST-
  NR Talihina            1845CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Latimer County           
  NR Higgins        02   1845CST-1915CST       0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood
  NR Yanush         02   1900CST-1930CST       0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

                    Severe thunderstorms developed in eastern Oklahoma throughout the
                    morning and afternoon of June 2nd. Strong thunderstorm winds downed
                    trees in Panola and near West Siloam Springs, and 60 mile an hour winds
                    uprooted many trees in Red Oak. 60 mile an hour winds in Smithville
                    blew down large tree limbs and destroyed a mirror inside the Smithville
                    National Weather Service cooperative observer's house. Thunderstorm
                    winds gusted to 62 miles an hour in Bixby and to 60 miles an hour 2
                    miles west of Bixby.

                    Golfball size hail fell 2 miles north of Octavia and at Shamrock, and
                    hail ranging from nickel to half dollar size fell at Coweta. Quarter
                    size hail covered the ground at Cameron, and quarter size hail also
                    fell at Red Oak, at Stilwell, 6 miles northeast of McAlester, 5 miles
                    east of McAlester, at Gowen, and 8 miles west of Okmulgee. Dime to
                    nickel size hail damaged some windshields in Panama, and nickel size
                    hail covered the ground 6 miles east of Broken Arrow. Dime to nickel
                    size hail also fell at numerous other locations in eastern Oklahoma. 
                    
                    Very heavy rainfall from the thunderstorms also resulted in flash
                    flooding in Latimer and Le Flore Counties. County roads were flooded
                    near Talihina, with some of the roads covered by water to a depth of 1
                    to 1.5 feet. County roads were also flooded near Higgins, and there was
                    some local flooding of low-water crossings near Yanush.
 

Pawnee County
  Terlton           04   0210CST               0    0   3K    0    TSTM Wind

Okfuskee County
  5 E Welty         04   0210CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Osage County
  2 E Prue          04   0220CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (61)

Creek County
  NR Bristow        04   0220CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (50)
  Slick             04   0225CST               0    0   3K    0    TSTM Wind

Pawnee County       04   0230CST-
  Terlton                0300CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Okmulgee County
  Morris            04   0250CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (56)

Tulsa County
  Tulsa             04   0300CST               0    0   3K    0    TSTM Wind
  Tulsa             04   0301CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)
  Owasso            04   0305CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Rogers County
  Catoosa           04   0320CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Wagoner County
  Porter            04   0330CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Osage County        04   0330CST-
  W of Skiatook          0400CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

                    Severe thunderstorms moved across northeast Oklahoma during the early
                    morning of June 4th. Strong thunderstorm winds damaged roofs and downed
                    several large trees in Terlton, and strong winds in Slick downed trees
                    and blew the roof off a trailer. Trees were blown down onto cars at the
                    intersection of 14th Street South and Rockford Avenue in the city of
                    Tulsa, and a 2 foot round tree was blown down at the intersection of
                    14th Street South and St. Louis Avenue in Tulsa. A power line was blown
                    down at the intersection of 10th Street South and Trenton Avenue in
                    Tulsa, and thunderstorm winds gusted to 60 miles an hour at the Tulsa
                    International Airport.

                    65 mile an hour winds blew down power lines and 10 inch diameter tree
                    limbs in Morris, and 60 mile an hour winds in Porter blew down numerous
                    large tree limbs. Thunderstorm winds gusted to 70 miles an hour 2 miles
                    east of Prue and to 60 miles an hour 5 miles east of Welty, in Owasso,
                    and in Catoosa. Thunderstorm winds also gusted to 58 miles an hour at
                    an automated observing site near Bristow. Very heavy rainfall from the
                    thunderstorms also resulted in flash flooding in Osage and Pawnee
                    Counties. Several roads in Terlton were washed out and had to be
                    closed, and high water flooded some roads west of Skiatook.
  

Haskell County
  1 E Stigler       04   1800CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

                    A severe thunderstorm produced dime size hail 1 mile east of Stigler.


Creek County
  Bristow           04   2140CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Okfuskee County
  Okemah            04   2158CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Okmulgee County
  4 E Beggs         04   2222CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)
  1 N Winchester    04   2242CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Creek County
  4 NE Sapulpa      04   2243CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
                                                                   TSTM Wind (52)

Okmulgee County
  1 N Winchester    04   2245CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Tulsa County
  Tulsa             04   2252CST               0    0   0.3K  0    TSTM Wind
  Owasso            04   2307CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
                                                                   TSTM Wind (52)

McIntosh County
  1 S Eufaula       04   2313CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Tulsa County
  Collinsville      04   2320CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Wagoner County
  1 N Wagoner       04   2342CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Rogers County
  Inola             04   2344CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Craig County
  3 E Welch         05   0022CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)

                    Severe thunderstorms moved across northeast Oklahoma during the late
                    evening of June 4th and very early morning of June 5th. Strong
                    thunderstorm winds downed trees in Collinsville and in Inola, and
                    several large tree limbs were blown down by strong winds in Okemah.
                    Thunderstorm winds gusted to 60 miles an hour in Bristow, 4 miles east
                    of Beggs, 4 miles northeast of Sapulpa, in Owasso, and 1 mile north of
                    Wagoner, and strong winds blew signs down near the intersection of 31st
                    Street South and Yale Avenue in the city of Tulsa. Quarter size hail
                    fell just north of Winchester and 3 miles east of Welch, and dime to
                    quarter size hail fell 1 mile north of Winchester. Dime size hail also
                    fell 4 miles northeast of Sapulpa, at Owasso, and 1 mile south of
                    Eufaula.


Pittsburg County
  Alderson          05   1415CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)
                                                                   TSTM Wind (52)
  McAlester         05   1445CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (61)

Haskell County
  4 W Kinta         05   1455CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Pittsburg County    05   1500CST-
  McAlester              1530CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Le Flore County
  3 SW Summerfield  05   1510CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
                                                                   TSTM Wind (52)

Latimer County
  6 W Wilburton     05   1510CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (54)
  Red Oak           05   1530CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Haskell County
  McCurtain         05   1530CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Le Flore County
  Poteau            05   1610CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Sequoyah County
  Muldrow           05   1620CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  1 S Muldrow       05   1620CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Le Flore County     05   1700CST-
  Panama                 1730CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Adair County
  5 SE Stilwell     05   1710CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)
  Westville         05   1730CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
                                                                   TSTM Wind

                    Severe thunderstorms moved across southeast and extreme east central
                    Oklahoma during the afternoon of June 5th. Strong thunderstorm winds
                    downed trees and power lines in Poteau, and trees were blown down in
                    Muldrow and in Westville. Thunderstorm winds gusted to 70 miles an hour
                    in McAlester, and several large tree limbs were blown down in Red Oak.
                    Thunderstorm winds gusted to 60 to 65 miles an hour 6 miles west of
                    Wilburton and to 60 miles an hour in Alderson, 3 miles southwest of
                    Summerfield, and 5 miles southeast of Stilwell. Quarter size hail fell
                    at Alderson and 4 miles west of Kinta, and dime size hail fell 3 miles
                    southwest of Summerfield, at McCurtain, 1 mile south of Muldrow, and at
                    Westville. Very heavy rainfall from the thunderstorms also resulted in
                    flash flooding in Pittsburg and Le Flore Counties. Street flooding
                    occurred in McAlester and also in Panama.


Osage County        05   2230CST-
  NR Burbank             2300CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

                    Thunderstorms in Osage County produced very heavy rainfall which
                    flooded county roads near Burbank.


Tulsa County
  Tulsa             05   2357CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)
  Tulsa             06   0002CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)

                    A severe thunderstorm in the city of Tulsa produced quarter size hail
                    at the intersection of Interstate 44 and Peoria Avenue and nickel size
                    hail at the intersection of 61st Street South and Riverside Drive.


Osage County        06   0245CST-
  NR Pawhuska            0315CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Washington County   06   0400CST-
  NR Ochelata            0430CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

                    Thunderstorms during the early morning of June 6th produced very heavy
                    rainfall which resulted in flash flooding in Osage and Washington
                    Counties. Numerous county roads were flooded near Pawhuska and near
                    Ochelata, and Double Creek near Ochelata overflowed its banks.


Creek County
  4 E Drumright     06   0730CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)
  Kellyville        06   0818CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.75)

Tulsa County
  5 W Sand Springs  06   0829CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.75)

Creek County
  1 S Sapulpa       06   0848CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Tulsa County
  3 NE Turley       06   0920CST               0    0   3K    0    Hail (1.75)
  5 WSW Owasso      06   0920CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)
  4 W Owasso        06   0928CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)
  3 S Owasso        06   0934CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Rogers County
  7 W Claremore     06   0945CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

                    Severe thunderstorms developed in northeast Oklahoma during the morning
                    of June 6th. Thunderstorm winds gusted to 60 miles an hour 1 mile south
                    of Sapulpa, and golfball size hail dented cars at the Cherokee
                    Industrial Park 3 miles northeast of Turley. Golfball size hail also
                    fell at Kellyville and 5 miles west of Sand Springs, and dime to
                    quarter size hail covered the ground to a depth of 4 inches 3 miles
                    south of Owasso. Dime to quarter size hail also fell at several other
                    locations in northeast Oklahoma.


Washington County
  Dewey             08   1255CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  Dewey             08   1255CST-1330CST       0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Nowata County
  1 S Nowata        08   1315CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Ottawa County
  7 E Ottawa        08   1330CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  6 E Miami         08   1330CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  Dotyville         08   1330CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  Miami             08   1425CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Craig County
  1 S Bluejacket    08   1425CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  Welch             08   1425CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Nowata County
  3 N New Alluwe    08   1550CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Adair County
  Barber            08   1645CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  7 SE Proctor      08   1700CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Cherokee County
  8 NNE Moodys      08   1815CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Delaware County
  2 N Oaks          08   1820CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

                    Severe thunderstorms developed in northeast Oklahoma during the
                    afternoon of June 8th. Strong thunderstorm winds downed power lines and
                    several trees just south of Bluejacket and in Welch, and strong winds
                    just south of Nowata uprooted several large trees and downed large tree
                    limbs. Several trees were blown down onto State Highway 10 7 miles east
                    of Ottawa, and trees were blown down 6 miles east of Miami and in
                    Dotyville. Dime size hail fell at Dewey, at Miami, 3 miles north of New
                    Alluwe, at Barber, 7 miles southeast of Proctor, 8 miles north
                    northeast of Moodys, and 2 miles north of Oaks. The thunderstorms also
                    produced very heavy rainfall in Washington County which resulted in
                    street flooding in Dewey.


Osage County
  3 E Shidler       08   2130CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (56)

Washington County
  Bartlesville      08   2228CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Osage County        08   2230CST-
  Hominy                 2315CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Tulsa County
  Skiatook          08   2234CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
                                                                   TSTM Wind (52)

Nowata County
  5 S South Coffeyville 08 2240CST             0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Tulsa County
  Owasso            08   2246CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
                                                                   TSTM Wind (54)

Nowata County
  6 E Nowata        08   2250CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Rogers County
  4 SW Oologah      08   2310CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Craig County
  Pyramid Corners   08   2311CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Pawnee County       09   0000CST-
  W+S of Blackburn       0030CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

                    Severe thunderstorms redeveloped in northeast Oklahoma during the late
                    evening of June 8th. Thunderstorm winds gusted to 60 to 70 miles an
                    hour on Shidler Lake 3 miles east of Shidler and to 60 to 65 miles an
                    hour in Owasso. Thunderstorm winds gusted to 60 miles an hour in
                    Skiatook, and nickel size hail fell 6 miles east of Nowata. Dime size
                    hail fell at Bartlesville, at Skiatook, 5 miles south of South
                    Coffeyville, at Owasso, 4 miles southwest of Oologah, and at Pyramid
                    Corners. Very heavy rainfall from the thunderstorms also resulted in
                    flash flooding in Osage and Pawnee Counties during the late evening of
                    June 8th and very early morning of June 9th. Street flooding occurred
                    in Hominy, and several county roads west and south of Blackburn were
                    flooded and closed.
 

Creek County
  Shamrock          09   0625CST   0.1  30     0    1   15K   0    Tornado (F-0)
  3 SE Shamrock     09   0625CST               0    0   3K    0    TSTM Wind
  1 S Olive         09   0630CST   0.1  30     0    0   ?     0    Tornado (F-0)
  NR Bristow        09   0650CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  4 N Bristow       09   0655CST               0    0   8K    0    TSTM Wind
  6 NW Sapulpa      09   0705CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Tulsa/Creek Counties
  5 SW Sand Springs 09   0710CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Tulsa County
  Sand Springs      09   0710CST               0    0   10K   0    TSTM Wind
  2 S Sand Springs  09   0710CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)
  2 E Sand Springs  09   0717CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Osage County
  Hominy            09   0720CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Creek County
  6 S Kellyville    09   0840CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
                                                                   TSTM Wind (52)

Tulsa County
  Tulsa             09   0845CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

                    Severe thunderstorms developed in northeast Oklahoma during the morning
                    of June 9th. The storms produced a total of 2 tornadoes, as well as
                    large hail and damaging winds. The first tornado touched down briefly
                    in the town of Shamrock at 0625CST. The tornado damaged several
                    buildings in Shamrock, and 1 woman was injured when her mobile home was
                    overturned by the tornado. Trees were also uprooted by this F-0
                    tornado. The second tornado touched down briefly just south of Olive at
                    0630CST. No damage occurred with this F-0 tornado.

                    Strong straight-line winds destroyed a barn and downed trees 3 miles
                    southeast of Shamrock, and strong winds near Bristow moved a trailer 3
                    feet off its foundation. Strong thunderstorm winds damaged several
                    roofs and 2 barns 4 miles north of Bristow, and cattle feeders were
                    blown over the road in the same area. Strong winds damaged buildings
                    and downed trees in Sand Springs, and trees were also blown down in the
                    western part of the city of Tulsa along Charles Page Boulevard between
                    61st Street West and 81st Street West. Large tree limbs were blown onto
                    power lines in Hominy, and thunderstorm winds gusted to 60 miles an
                    hour 6 miles south of Kellyville.

                    Quarter size hail fell 6 miles northwest of Sapulpa, 5 miles southwest
                    of Sand Springs on the Tulsa/Creek County line, and 2 miles south of
                    Sand Springs. Dime to quarter size hail fell 2 miles east of Sand
                    Springs, and dime size hail fell 6 miles south of Kellyville.


Tulsa County        09   0930CST-
  Sand Springs           1000CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Osage County        09   0930CST-
  S Osage CO.            1000CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Creek County
  NR Shamrock       09   0950CST-1030CST       0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood
  Drumright         09   0950CST-1300CST       0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood
  Bristow-Mannford  09   0955CST-1030CST       0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Pawnee County       09   1000CST-
  NR Westport            1030CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Washington County
  NR Oglesby        09   1100CST-1130CST       0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood
  E of Ramona       09   1100CST-1130CST       0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Nowata County       09   1100CST-
  E of Lenapah           1130CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Rogers County       09   1100CST-1130CST
  NR Claremore-W of Keetonville                0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Tulsa County        09   1130CST-
  E+S of Skiatook        1230CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Osage County        09   1150CST-
  N of Skiatook          1230CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

                    Thunderstorms during the morning of June 9th produced very heavy
                    rainfall which resulted in flash flooding in northeast Oklahoma.
                    Bridges were washed out near Shamrock, and a park was flooded near
                    Keystone Lake in southern Osage County. Street flooding occurred in
                    Sand Springs, and major street flooding occurred in Drumright, where
                    numerous roads were covered by high water.

                    Some county roads were closed east of Ramona due to high water, and
                    county roads were also flooded near Oglesby. Numerous county roads near
                    Westport were flooded, and some county roads were also flooded between
                    Bristow and Mannford. High water flooded State Highway 20 west of
                    Keetonville, and numerous county roads were flooded near Claremore.
                    High water flooded U.S. Highway 169 east of Lenapah, and State Highway
                    10 was closed east of Lenapah due to high water. High water closed
                    State Highway 20 and 126th Street North to the east of Skiatook, and
                    State Highway 11 was closed both north and south of Skiatook due to
                    high water.
 

Mayes County
  Pryor             09   1216CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Muskogee County
  Braggs            09   1330CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Adair County
  4 S Stilwell      09   1450CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

                    Thunderstorms reintensified to severe limits in northeast Oklahoma
                    during the early afternoon of June 9th. Nickel size hail fell in Pryor,
                    dime size hail fell 4 miles south of Stilwell, and strong thunderstorm
                    winds downed numerous large tree limbs in Braggs.


Okfuskee County
  10 SW Okemah      09   1715CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)
  Bearden           09   1730CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)
  Okemah            09   1745CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  Bearden           09   1800CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Okmulgee County
  Henryetta         09   1825CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)
  Dewar             09   1856CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)

McIntosh County
  2 N Checotah      09   1910CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (61)

Muskogee County
  Braggs            09   1944CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)
  Braggs            09   1950CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

                    Isolated severe thunderstorms moved across northeast Oklahoma from
                    Okfuskee County to Muskogee County during the late afternoon and early
                    evening of June 9th. Strong thunderstorm winds downed trees in Okemah,
                    and large tree limbs were blown down by 60 mile an hour winds 10 miles
                    southwest of Okemah. Thunderstorm winds gusted to 70 miles an hour 2
                    miles north of Checotah and to 60 miles an hour in Braggs. Quarter size
                    hail fell at Bearden and at Henryetta, and dime to quarter size hail
                    fell at Dewar.


Osage County
  5 NE Barnsdall    09   2145CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Nowata County
  Lenapah           09   2200CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Washington County        
  2 N Ochelata      09   2228CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Osage County
  2 W Bartlesville  09   2230CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Washington County   09   2230CST-
  Bartlesville           2300CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Craig County
  4.5 N Welch       09   2235CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Nowata County
  5 SW Nowata       09   2240CST   0.1  30     0    0   ?     0    Tornado (F-0)

Osage County        09   2245CST-
  Barnsdall              2315CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Nowata County
  Watova            09   2255CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Rogers County
  2 NW Talala       09   2303CST   0.1  30     0    0   ?     0    Tornado (F-0)

Ottawa County
  Miami             09   2305CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Craig County
  Centralia         09   2320CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Rogers County
  Chelsea           09   2330CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Mayes County
  2 S Langley       10   0015CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Craig County
  Ketchum           10   0015CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Delaware County
  2 NE Bernice      10   0025CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Craig County        10   0025CST-
  NR Vinita              0100CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Ottawa County       10   0055CST-
  Miami                  0300CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Nowata County
  South Coffeyville 10   0210CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  1 S South Coffeyville 10 0210CST             0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Craig County        10   0245CST-
  N Craig CO.            0315CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Delaware County     10   0500CST-
  Grove                  0600CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Ottawa County       10   0600CST-
  S of Kellyville        0630CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

                    Severe thunderstorms redeveloped in northeast Oklahoma during the late
                    evening of June 9th and early morning of June 10th. The storms produced
                    a total of 2 tornadoes, as well as large hail and damaging winds. The
                    first tornado touched down briefly in a field 5 miles southwest of
                    Nowata at 2240CST. No damage occurred with this F-0 tornado. The second
                    tornado touched down briefly 2 miles northwest of Talala at 2303CST. No
                    damage occurred with this F-0 tornado.

                    Strong straight-line winds downed numerous large tree limbs 5 miles
                    northeast of Barnsdall and near the Bartlesville Airport 2 miles west
                    of Bartlesville. Large tree limbs were also blown down 4.5 miles north
                    of Welch, and power lines were blown down in South Coffeyville. 60 mile
                    an hour winds blew trees down 2 miles northeast of Bernice, and 60 mile
                    an hour winds in Miami blew down large tree limbs. Thunderstorm winds
                    also gusted to 60 miles an hour in Lenapah, 2 miles north of Ochelata,
                    in Centralia, 2 miles south of Langley, and 1 mile south of South
                    Coffeyville. Nickel size hail fell at Chelsea, dime to nickel size hail
                    fell at Watova, and dime size hail fell at Ketchum.

                    The thunderstorms also produced very heavy rainfall which resulted in
                    flash flooding. Serious street flooding occurred in Bartlesville and in
                    Miami, and numerous streets in Miami were closed due to high water.
                    Widespread street flooding occurred in Grove, and street flooding also
                    occurred in Barnsdall. State Highway 66 near Vinita was covered by 6
                    inches of water, and county roads were flooded in the northern part of
                    Craig County. High water also flooded State Highway 10 south of
                    Kellyville.


Pittsburg County
  5 W Savanna       10   1042CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (56)

                    A severe thunderstorm produced 60 to 70 mile an hour winds at the Army
                    Ammunitions Plant 5 miles west of Savanna.


Latimer County
  7 N Red Oak       23   1140CST               1    0   ?     0    Lightning

                    A man was struck by lightning and killed 7 miles north of Red Oak.
                    M??OU


Tulsa County
  Tulsa             23   1300CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.75)
                                                                   TSTM Wind
  Tulsa             23   1305CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  Tulsa             23   1328CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Wagoner County
  3 NE Broken Arrow 23   1330CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Tulsa County
  Tulsa             23   1345CST-1530CST       0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood
  Tulsa             23   1352CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Rogers County
  Foyil             23   1418CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Craig County
  Big Cabin         23   1440CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Ottawa County
  4 S Picher        23   1500CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Adair County
  Stilwell          23   1545CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)

Pittsburg County
  Hartshorne        23   1548CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Adair County
  1 E Stilwell      23   1550CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Sequoyah County
  Muldrow           23   1611CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Le Flore County
  Pocola            23   1640CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)

                    Severe thunderstorms developed in eastern Oklahoma during the afternoon
                    of June 23rd. Strong thunderstorm winds in the city of Tulsa downed
                    trees at the intersection of 56th Street South and Mingo Road and also
                    downed 5 inch diameter tree limbs near the intersection of 36th Street
                    South and 134th East Avenue. Trees were also blown down in downtown
                    Tulsa by 60 mile an hour winds.

                    Golfball size hail fell at the intersection of 56th Street South and
                    Mingo Road in the city of Tulsa, and nickel size hail fell at Pocola,
                    at the Timber Ridge Industrial Park 3 miles northeast of Broken Arrow,
                    and at a couple other locations in the city of Tulsa. Dime to nickel
                    size hail fell at Stilwell, and dime size hail fell at several other
                    locations in eastern Oklahoma. Very heavy rainfall from the
                    thunderstorms also resulted in major street flooding in the city of
                    Tulsa. Water covered some roads in Tulsa to a depth of 3 to 4 feet, and
                    several vehicles were stranded in high water.
  

Rogers County
  Claremore         29   0400CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Osage County
  Osage             29   0525CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Tulsa County
  4 W Sand Springs  29   0530CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  2 N Bixby         29   0600CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  Broken Arrow      29   0600CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  Sand Springs      29   0600CST-0630CST       0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood
  Tulsa             29   0600CST-0830CST       0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Wagoner County
  2 N Oneta         29   0600CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Muskogee County
  Muskogee          29   0650CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

Cherokee County     29   0730CST-
  5 N Cookson            0800CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Rogers County       29   0800CST-
  4 W Claremore          0830CST               0    0   0.2K  0    Flash Flood

Cherokee County
  Tahlequah         29   0815CST-0845CST       0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood
  5 N Cookson       29   0830CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind

                    Severe thunderstorms moved across northeast Oklahoma during the morning
                    of June 29th. Strong thunderstorm winds in Broken Arrow downed trees
                    near 129th East Avenue between 111th Street South and 121st Street
                    South, and large tree limbs were also blown down in the same area.
                    Large trees were blown down in Muskogee, and a large tree was snapped
                    and several small trees were broken by strong winds at Cherokee Landing
                    State Park 5 miles north of Cookson. Strong thunderstorm winds downed
                    several large tree limbs in Osage, 4 miles west of Sand Springs, 2
                    miles north of Bixby, and 2 miles north of Oneta, and dime size hail
                    fell in Claremore.

                    Very heavy rainfall from the thunderstorms also resulted in flash
                    flooding. Street flooding occurred in Sand Springs, and major street
                    flooding occurred in the city of Tulsa, where water covered roads to a
                    depth of 3 feet near the intersection of 61st Street South and Mingo
                    Road. A bridge was also under water near the intersection of 101st
                    Street South and Mingo Road in Tulsa, and 1 foot of water covered State
                    Highway 20 4 miles west of Claremore. The high water knocked fences
                    down along State Highway 20 west of Claremore. Roads were flooded in
                    Tahlequah, and high water flooded roads at Cherokee Landing State Park
                    5 miles north of Cookson.


Pittsburg County
  10 S Blanco       29   1610CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)
  Blanco            29   1700CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  Blanco            29   1710CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

                    Severe thunderstorms in southern Pittsburg County produced strong winds
                    in Blanco which blew down large tree limbs. Dime size hail also fell in
                    Blanco, and nickel size hail covered the ground 10 miles south of
                    Blanco.





Arkansas (TUL) June 1995

Madison County
  St. Paul          01   1445CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)

                    A severe thunderstorm produced nickel size hail at St. Paul.


Sebastian County
  Fort Smith        02   0955CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Madison County
  3 NE Clifty       02   1035CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
                                                                   TSTM Wind

Carroll County
  Green Forest      02   1115CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

                    Severe thunderstorms developed in northwest Arkansas during the late
                    morning of June 2nd. Strong thunderstorm winds downed large tree limbs
                    3 miles northeast of Clifty, and dime size hail fell at Fort Smith, 3
                    miles northeast of Clifty, and at Green Forest.


Washington County
  Fayetteville      02   1415CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  Fayetteville      02   1425CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)
  2 S Tontitown     02   1514CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)

                    Severe thunderstorms in Washington County produced nickel size hail 2
                    miles south of Tontitown and hail ranging from dime to nickel size at
                    Fayetteville.


Crawford County
  Van Buren         05   1628CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  Mulberry          05   1635CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)
  Alma              05   1635CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Sebastian County
  Fort Smith        05   1635CST               0    0   4K    0    TSTM Wind

Crawford County
  Mountainburg      05   1650CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind (52)

Benton County
  Siloam Springs    05   1720CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)
  2 S Siloam Springs 05  1720CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.00)

Carroll County
  Green Forest      05   1815CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  E Carroll CO.     05   1900CST-1930CST       0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood
  Green Forest      05   1905CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

                    Severe thunderstorms moved across northwest Arkansas during the late
                    afternoon and evening of June 5th. Strong thunderstorm winds downed
                    trees and power lines in Van Buren, and strong winds in Fort Smith blew
                    the roof off a warehouse. 60 mile an hour winds blew down large tree
                    limbs in Mulberry, in Alma, and in Mountainburg. Quarter size hail fell
                    2 miles south of Siloam Springs, and dime to nickel size hail fell at
                    Siloam Springs. Dime size hail also fell at Green Forest. Very heavy
                    rainfall from the thunderstorms flooded numerous county roads in
                    eastern Carroll County, and U.S. Highway 62 was closed east of Green
                    Forest due to flooding.


Washington County
  West Fork         08   1805CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  6 SW West Fork    08   1805CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  NR Brentwood      08   1820CST   0.1  30     0    0   ?     0    Tornado (F-0)
  6 SE Strickler-Brentwood 08 1820CST          0    0   3K    0    TSTM Wind (56)
  2 E Brentwood     08   1825CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (1.50)
  3 NE Winslow      08   1825CST               0    0   ?     0    TSTM Wind
  Brentwood         08   1830CST-1900CST       0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Madison County
  4 N St. Paul      08   1900CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.88)
  1 S Boston        08   1920CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
                                                                   TSTM Wind (52)

                    Severe thunderstorms moved across northwest Arkansas during the early
                    evening of June 8th. The storms produced large hail, damaging winds,
                    and 1 tornado. The tornado touched down briefly near Brentwood at
                    1820CST. This F-0 tornado downed trees but caused no structural damage.

                    Straight-line winds of 60 to 70 miles an hour downed numerous trees
                    from Devils Den State Park 6 miles southeast of Strickler to Brentwood,
                    and these winds also damaged Blackburn Church near Devils Den State
                    Park. Strong thunderstorm winds downed trees in West Fork, 6 miles
                    southwest of West Fork, and 3 miles northeast of Winslow, and 60 mile
                    an hour winds blew down several large tree limbs 1 mile south of
                    Boston. 1.5 inch diameter hail fell 2 miles east of Brentwood, nickel
                    size hail fell 4 miles north of St. Paul, and dime size hail fell 1
                    mile south of Boston. The thunderstorms also produced very heavy
                    rainfall in Washington County which resulted in street flooding in
                    Brentwood.


Benton County
  3 S Cave Springs  09   1430CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Washington County
  NR Elm Springs    09   1430CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

                    Severe thunderstorms moved across northwest Arkansas during the
                    afternoon of June 9th and produced dime size hail 3 miles south of Cave
                    Springs and near Elm Springs.


Madison County      09   1600CST-
  NR Clifty              1630CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

                    Thunderstorms in Madison County produced very heavy rainfall which
                    washed out a gravel road near Clifty.


Benton County
  Bella Vista       10   0600CST-0730CST       0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood
  Maysville-Gravette 10  0600CST-0730CST       0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Carroll County      10   0600CST-
  NW Carroll CO.         1030CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Washington County
  Springdale        10   0715CST-0745CST       0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood
  Elm Springs       10   0715CST-0745CST       0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood
  W of Tontitown    10   0715CST-0745CST       0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Madison County      10   1000CST-
  N of Forum             1030CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

                    Thunderstorms during the morning of June 10th produced very heavy
                    rainfall which resulted in flash flooding in northwest Arkansas. Major
                    flooding occurred on and near State Highway 187 near Beaver, and a
                    campground was evacuated at Beaver Lake due to flooding. U.S. Highway
                    62 from west of Eureka Springs to Garfield was flooded in spots, and a
                    mudslide onto U.S. Highway 62 caused the road to be closed near Eureka
                    Springs. State Highway 187 was also closed near Eureka Springs due to
                    high water. State Highway 72 was flooded between Maysville and
                    Gravette, and 6 to 8 inches of water covered U.S. Highway 71 in Bella
                    Vista. Major street flooding occurred in Springdale and in Elm Springs,
                    and U.S. Highway 412 was flooded west of Tontitown. High water also
                    washed out a bridge on a county road north of Forum.
 

Washington County   10   1200CST-
  S Washington CO.       1230CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Benton County       10   1400CST-
  Countywide             1500CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Carroll County      10   1400CST-
  NR Beaver              1500CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

Madison County      10   1520CST-
  Countywide             1600CST               0    0   ?     0    Flash Flood

                    Thunderstorms continued to develop and move across northwest Arkansas
                    during the late morning and afternoon of June 10th and this resulted in
                    additional flash flooding. Numerous county roads were flooded near
                    Beaver in Carroll County, in the southern part of Washington County,
                    and throughout Benton and Madison Counties.
  

Sebastian County
  NR Crescent       23   1645CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

Crawford County
  Rudy              23   1645CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)
  Alma              23   1650CST               0    0   ?     0    Hail (0.75)

                    Severe thunderstorms moved across northwest Arkansas during the late
                    afternoon of June 23rd and produced dime size hail near Crescent, at
                    Rudy, and at Alma.