Oklahoma (TUL) October 1995

McIntosh County
  Vernon             02   0742CST                0    0               Hail 75
  1 S Eufaula        02   0835CST                0    0               Hail 75

Haskell County
  Keota              02   0940CST                0    0               Hail 75

                     Isolated severe thunderstorms developed in eastern Oklahoma during the
                     morning of October 2nd and produced dime size hail at Vernon, just
                     south of Eufaula, and at Keota.


Sequoyah County
  Akins              02   1315CST                0    0               Hail 75

Le Flore County
  2 S Hodgen         02   1410CST                0    0               Hail 75

                     Isolated severe thunderstorms redeveloped in extreme eastern Oklahoma
                     during the afternoon of October 2nd and produced dime size hail at
                     Akins and 2 miles south of Hodgen.


Mayes County
  3 SW Spavinaw      26   1740CST   0.1   30     0    0               Tornado F0
  Spavinaw           26   1743CST                0    0               Hail 125
  NR Langley         26   1744CST                0    0               Hail 88

Wagoner County
  Okay               26   1746CST                0    0               Hail 175

Delaware County
  3.5 W Jay          26   1758CST                0    0               Hail 100

Muskogee County
  Fort Gibson        26   1800CST                0    0               Hail 100

Cherokee County
  10 SW Tahlequah    26   1810CST                0    0               Thunderstorm Wind

Delaware County
  Jay                26   1815CST                0    0               Hail 100

Cherokee County
  8 SW Tahlequah-6 SW Tahlequah 26 1816CST-1820CST  2  75  0  0  200K Tornado F0
  5 S Tahlequah      26   1843CST   0.1   30     0    0               Tornado F0

Adair County
  7 WNW Stilwell-4 NW Stilwell 26 1846CST-1852CST  3  75  0  0  30K   Tornado F0
  9 W Stilwell       26   1900CST                0    0    6K         Thunderstorm Wind
  4 NE Stilwell      26   1910CST                0    0               Thunderstorm Wind

Delaware County
  3 NW Jay           26   2020CST                0    0               Hail 100
  Jay                26   2028CST                0    0               Hail 75

Sequoyah County
  Akins              26   2315CST                0    0               Hail 75

                     Severe thunderstorms developed in northeast Oklahoma during the early
                     evening of October 26th and continued throughout the evening. The
                     storms produced a total of 4 tornadoes, as well as large hail and
                     damaging winds.

                     The first tornado touched down briefly 3 miles southwest of Spavinaw at
                     1740CST. No damage occurred with this F-0 tornado.

                     The second tornado touched down 8 miles southwest of Tahlequah in the
                     small community of Woodall at 1816CST. The tornado moved east for 2
                     miles before lifting 6 miles southwest of Tahlequah at 1820CST.
                     Considerable damage occurred in and near Woodall from both the tornado
                     and a strong rear flank downdraft. 18 homes, 4 mobile homes, and 2
                     businesses were damaged, mainly from downed trees, and numerous barns
                     were destroyed. Total damage was estimated at $200,000. The tornado
                     track was just north of State Highway 62, with the damage along and
                     just south of State Highway 62 being from the rear flank downdraft. The
                     tornado was 75 yards wide and was rated F-0.

                     The third tornado touched down briefly in an open field 5 miles south
                     of Tahlequah at 1843CST. No damage occurred with this F-0 tornado.

                     The fourth tornado touched down 7 miles west northwest of Stilwell at
                     1846CST. The tornado moved east and was on the ground intermittently
                     for 3 miles before lifting 4 miles northwest of Stilwell at 1852CST.
                     One mobile home was damaged by the tornado when a tree fell onto it,
                     and several homes received minor damage from downed trees. Considerable
                     tree damage was caused by rear flank downdraft winds along the
                     tornado's track. The tornado was 75 yards wide and was rated F-0.

                     Strong straight-line winds blew the roofs off 2 homes and downed
                     several trees and power lines 9 miles west of Stilwell, and trees were
                     also blown down 10 miles southwest of Tahlequah and 4 miles northeast
                     of Stilwell. Large hail also accompanied the storms. Golfball size hail
                     fell at Okay, half dollar size hail fell at Spavinaw, and dime to
                     quarter size hail covered the ground at Fort Gibson. Dime to quarter
                     size hail also fell at several other locations in northeast Oklahoma.




Arkansas (TUL) October 1995

Crawford County
  Uniontown          02   1340CST                0    0               Hail 75
  8 N Mountainburg   02   1420CST                0    0               Hail 75

                     A severe thunderstorm in Crawford County produced dime size hail at
                     Uniontown and 8 miles north of Mountainburg.


Benton County
  5 N Rogers         26   1900CST                0    0               Hail 175
  Pea Ridge          26   1905CST                0    0               Hail 175
  Rogers             26   1905CST                0    0               Hail 100
  Rogers             26   1913CST                0    0               Hail 100
  Bentonville        26   1935CST                0    0               Hail 400

Carroll County
  3.5 NW Eureka Springs 26 1945CST               0    0               Hail 75

Washington County
  5 SE Strickler     26   2000CST                0    0               Hail 75

Crawford County
  4 E Chester        26   2008CST                0    0               Hail 100

Madison County
  St. Paul           26   2025CST                0    0               Hail 88

Washington County
  Brentwood          26   2039CST                0    0               Hail 75

Madison County
  7 N St. Paul       26   2115CST                0    0               Thunderstorm Wind

Benton County
  1 W Bentonville    26   2120CST                0    0    1K         Hail 75
                                                                      Thunderstorm Wind

Washington County
  Hindsville         26   2205CST                0    0               Thunderstorm Wind 52

Madison County
  7 N St. Paul       26   2245CST                0    0               Thunderstorm Wind

Crawford County
  8 N Mountainburg   26   2245CST                0    0               Hail 100

Madison County
  St. Paul           26   2310CST                0    0    0.75K      Hail 100
                                                                      Thunderstorm Wind

Crawford County
  2 NE Alma          26   2330CST                0    0               Hail 75
  8 N Van Buren      26   2337CST                0    0               Hail 100
                                                                      Thunderstorm Wind 52

                     Severe thunderstorms moved across northwest Arkansas during the evening
                     of October 26th. Strong thunderstorm winds overturned a small
                     outbuilding and downed trees just west of Bentonville, and strong winds
                     caused roof and side paneling damage to 2 outbuildings in St. Paul.
                     Several large tree limbs were blown down during two separate storms 7
                     miles north of St. Paul, and thunderstorm winds gusted to 60 miles an
                     hour in Hindsville and 8 miles north of Van Buren. Large hail also
                     accompanied the storms. Hail up to 4 inches in diameter fell at
                     Bentonville, and golfball size hail fell 5 miles north of Rogers and at
                     Pea Ridge. Dime to quarter size hail fell at numerous other locations
                     in northwest Arkansas.