Oklahoma (TUL) September 1995

Osage County
  6 N Pawhuska       06   2330CST                 0    0     2K         Thunderstorm Wind
  2 NW Pawhuska      06   2348CST                 0    0                Hail 88
  1.5 NW Pawhuska    07   0015CST                 0    0                Hail 88
                                                                        Thunderstorm Wind 52
  Pawhuska           07   0030CST                 0    0                Thunderstorm Wind 52
  Grainola           07   0200CST-0230CST         0    0                Flash Flood

Pawnee County
  Cleveland          07   0230CST                 0    0                Thunderstorm Wind 52
  1 S Terlton        07   0230CST                 0    0     1.5K       Thunderstorm Wind

Creek County
  Mannford           07   0230CST                 0    0                Thunderstorm Wind 52

Tulsa County
  Sand Springs       07   0245CST                 0    0                Thunderstorm Wind 52
  Jenks              07   0300CST                 0    0                Thunderstorm Wind 52

Creek County
  Mannford           07   0310CST                 0    0                Thunderstorm Wind

                     Severe thunderstorms moved across northeast Oklahoma during the late
                     evening of September 6th and early morning of September 7th. Strong
                     thunderstorm winds blew a barn down 1 mile south of Terlton, and a
                     vehicle was damaged 6 miles north of Pawhuska when several large tree
                     limbs were blown down onto the vehicle. A few trees and numerous large
                     tree limbs were blown down in Mannford, where thunderstorm winds gusted
                     to 60 miles an hour. Thunderstorm winds also gusted to 60 miles an hour
                     1.5 miles northwest of Pawhuska, in Pawhuska, in Cleveland, in Sand
                     Springs, and in Jenks. Nickel size hail fell 2 miles northwest of
                     Pawhuska and 1.5 miles northwest of Pawhuska. The thunderstorms also
                     produced very heavy rainfall in northwest Osage County. 3 to 4 inches
                     of rain fell in Grainola which resulted in street flooding.


Osage County
  10 WSW Burbank     11   2315CST                 0    0                Thunderstorm Wind

Pawnee County
  Ralston            11   2335CST                 0    0                Thunderstorm Wind

                     Isolated severe thunderstorms moved across northeast Oklahoma during
                     the late evening of September 11th. Strong thunderstorm winds downed
                     several large tree limbs 10 miles west southwest of Burbank, and
                     several large tree limbs up to 4 inches in diameter were blown down in
                     Ralston.


Tulsa County
  Broken Arrow       30   1600CST                 0    0                Thunderstorm Wind 56

Wagoner County
  NR Oneta           30   1616CST                 0    0                Hail 75

                     An isolated severe thunderstorm moved across eastern Tulsa County and
                     western Wagoner County during the late afternoon of September 30th.
                     Thunderstorm winds gusted to 65 miles an hour at the intersection of
                     101st Street South and 145th East Avenue in Broken Arrow, and dime size
                     hail fell near Oneta.








Arkansas (TUL) September 1995

Benton County
  2 S Lowell (Bethel Heights) 30 1830CST          0    1     3.5M       Thunderstorm Wind

Washington County
  Elm Springs        30   1900CST                 0    0                Thunderstorm Wind

                     An isolated severe thunderstorm moved across southern Benton County and
                     northern Washington County during the early evening of September 30th.
                     A microburst occurred in the Apple Meadow subdivision near Apple
                     Blossom and Old Wire roads in the community of Bethel Heights, which is
                     2 miles south of Lowell. Nearly every home in the subdivision sustained
                     some damage, and 3 homes were totally destroyed and 3 others sustained
                     major damage. 1 minor injury occurred when a ceiling caved in on the
                     person. Numerous trees and power lines were also blown down in Bethel
                     Heights. Damage in Bethel Heights was estimated at 3.5 million dollars.
                     Trees were also blown down by strong thunderstorm winds in Elm Springs.