Oklahoma, Eastern August 1994 OKZ054>077

Washington County,  04  1535CST               0    0              TSTM Wind (61)
  Vera

Rogers County,      04  1540CST               0    0              TSTM Wind (52)
  1 N Oologah

Tulsa County,       04  1630CST               0    0              Hail (0.75)
  Turley

Okfuskee County,    04  1915CST               0    0              TSTM Wind
  Bearden

Pittsburg County,   04  2025CST-              0    0              Flash Flood
  1 W Haileyville       2055CST

                    Severe thunderstorms developed in northeast Oklahoma during the
                    afternoon and early evening of August 4th. Several large tree limbs
                    were blown down by strong thunderstorm winds in Bearden, and a few
                    large tree limbs were downed by 70 mile an winds in Vera. Thunderstorm
                    winds gusted to 70 miles an hour just north of Oologah, and dime size
                    hail fell at Turley. Thunderstorms in Pittsburg County produced very
                    heavy rainfall which resulted in flash flooding. Water covered State
                    Highway 63 just west of Haileyville.


Osage County,       07  0205CST               0    0              Hail (0.75)
  Shidler

Creek County,       07  0245CST               0    0              Hail (0.75)
  NR Oilton

Osage County,       07  0520CST               0    0              Hail (0.88)
  Burbank

Okfuskee County,    07  0630CST               0    0              Hail (0.75)
  Okemah

Okfuskee County,    07  0715CST               0    0              Hail (0.88)
  1 E Cromwell

                    Severe thunderstorms developed in northeast Oklahoma during the early
                    morning of August 7th and produced large hail. Nickel size hail fell at
                    Burbank and just east of Cromwell, and dime size hail fell at Shidler,
                    at Okemah, and near Oilton.


Osage County,       19  2150CST               0    0              TSTM Wind (63)
  Foraker

Osage County,       19  2151CST               0    0              Hail (0.75)
  5 WNW Bowring

Osage County,       19  2233CST               0    0              TSTM Wind (61)
  7 N Pawhuska

Osage County,       19  2233CST               0    0              Hail (0.88)
  7 N Pawhuska

Osage County,       19  2259CST               0    0              TSTM Wind (52)
  Wynona

Washington County,  19  2300CST               0    0              TSTM Wind (56)
  6 NW Collinsville

Tulsa County,       19  2300CST               0    0              TSTM Wind (56)
  6 NW Collinsville

Rogers County,      19  2320CST               0    0              TSTM Wind (56)
  NR Oologah

Osage County,       19  2330CST               0    0              TSTM Wind
  7 SW Skiatook

Pawnee County,      19  2340CST               0    0              TSTM Wind (52)
  Westport

                    Severe thunderstorms moved across northeast Oklahoma during the late
                    evening of August 19th. A large tree was downed by strong thunderstorm
                    winds at the Zink Ranch 7 miles southwest of Skiatook, and small trees
                    and signs were downed by 65 mile an hour winds near Oologah. Signs were
                    downed by 60 mile an hour winds in Wynona. Thunderstorm winds gusted to
                    73 miles an hour at the mesonet automated observing site in Foraker and
                    to 70 miles an hour 7 miles north of Pawhuska. Nickel size hail also
                    fell 7 miles north of Pawhuska. Thunderstorm winds gusted to 65 miles
                    an hour along U.S. Highway 75 on the Tulsa/Washington County line 6
                    miles northwest of Collinsville. Thunderstorm winds gusted to 60 miles
                    an hour at Westport, and dime size hail fell 5 miles west northwest of
                    Bowring.


Nowata County,      26  0420CST               0    0              TSTM Wind
  3.5 WNW Nowata

Ottawa County,      26  0420CST               0    0              TSTM Wind
  Commerce

Nowata County,      26  0440CST               0    0   2          TSTM Wind
  New Alluwe

Craig County,       26  0444CST               0    0   3          TSTM Wind
  4 E New Alluwe

                    Severe thunderstorms developed in northeast Oklahoma during the early
                    morning of August 26th and produced damaging winds. Strong thunderstorm
                    winds blew part of the roof off a mobile home 4 miles east of New
                    Alluwe and blew shingles off houses in New Alluwe. Thunderstorm winds
                    downed trees and power lines in Commerce and downed several large tree
                    limbs 3.5 miles west northwest of Nowata.