Oklahoma, Eastern July 1993

Washington County,  11  1812CST               0    0              Hail (1.75)
  Bartlesville

Osage County,       11  1819CST               0    0              TSTM Wind (52)
  Pawhuska

Osage County,       11  1820CST               0    0   4          TSTM Wind
  Pawhuska

Osage County,       11  1835CST               0    0              Hail (0.75)
  Pawhuska

Osage County,       11  1835CST-1945CST       0    0              Flash Flood
  Pawhuska - 5 N Pawhuska

Osage County,       11  1838CST-              0    0              TSTM Wind (56)
  Pawhuska              1844CST

Nowata County,      11  1850CST               0    0              Hail (0.75)
  Delaware

Washington County,  11  1900CST-              0    0              Flash Flood
  Bartlesville          1930CST

Nowata County,      11  2000CST-              0    0              Flash Flood
  1 E Wann              2030CST

Craig County,       11  2000CST-              0    0              Flash Flood
  NR White Oak          2030CST

                    Severe thunderstorms developed along a cold front in extreme northeast
                    Oklahoma during the early evening of July 11th. Thunderstorm winds in
                    Pawhuska gusted to 60 miles an hour at 1819 CST, and to 60 to 70 miles
                    an hour from 1838 CST to 1844 CST. The strong winds overturned a mobile
                    home in Pawhuska and also damaged the roof of the Pawhuska Fire
                    Department, but no injuries occurred in Pawhuska. Dime size hail also
                    fell at Pawhuska. Large hail also occurred in Washington and Nowata
                    Counties, with golfball size hail on the south side of Bartlesville and
                    dime size hail at Delaware. The thunderstorms also produced heavy
                    rainfall which resulted in flash flooding. Heavy street flooding
                    occurred in downtown Pawhuska, and roadways north of Pawhuska were
                    covered by up to 2 feet of water. State Highway 10 east of Wann was
                    covered by high water, as were several roads near White Oak. Street
                    flooding occurred in Bartlesville.


Pawnee County,      18  1900CST               0    0              TSTM Wind
  Pawnee

                    An isolated severe thunderstorm during the early evening of July 18th
                    produced strong winds which downed power lines on the east side of the
                    town of Pawnee.


Craig County,       20  1710CST               0    0   3          TSTM Wind
  Vinita

Mayes County,       20  1753CST               0    0              Hail (0.75)
  2 N Pensacola

                    Isolated severe thunderstorms developed in northeast Oklahoma during
                    the late afternoon of July 20th. Strong thunderstorm winds caused
                    damage to a trailer home in Vinita, and dime size hail fell 2 miles
                    north of Pensacola.


Wagoner County,     25  1700CST               0    0   3          TSTM Wind
  NR Oneta

                    An isolated severe thunderstorm during the late afternoon of July 25th
                    produced strong winds which damaged the roof of a mobile home near
                    Oneta. One tree and several tree limbs were also blown down in the same
                    area.