Oklahoma, Eastern November 1994 OKZ054>077

McIntosh County
  Eufaula        03  0753CST            0    0   ?    0   Hail (0.75)
                                                          TSTM Wind (G56)
  Checotah       03  0755CST            0    0   ?    0   Hail (0.75)

Muskogee County
  Warner         03  0810CST            0    0   ?    0   TSTM Wind (G52)
  3 SW Webbers Falls030830CST           0    0   ?    0   TSTM Wind (G52)

Cherokee County
  0.5 S Cookson  03  0840CST            0    0   ?    0   TSTM Wind (G52)

McIntosh County
  7 E Checotah   03  0845CST            0    0   ?    0   Hail (0.75)

Muskogee County
  Warner         03  0855CST            0    0   ?    0   TSTM Wind (G61)

Adair County     03  1000CST-
  Stilwell           1100CST            0    0   ?    0   Flash Flood

Sequoyah County  03  1000CST-
  N of Sallisaw      1100CST            0    0   ?    0   Flash Flood

Le Flore County
  Panama         03  1205CST            0    0   ?    0   TSTM Wind

Latimer County
  5 NE Red Oak   03  1250CST            0    0   ?    0   TSTM Wind

Haskell County
  NR Lequire     03  1315CST            0    0   ?    0   TSTM Wind
                 
LeFlore County   
  NR Pocola      03  1329CST            0    0   ?    0   TSTM Wind

Haskell County
  McCurtain      03  1330CST            0    0   ?    0   TSTM Wind

Tulsa County
  Collinsville   03  1510CST            0    0   ?    0   Hail (0.88)
  Collinsville   03  1515CST            0    0   ?    0   Hail (0.75)

Rogers County    
  Oologah        03  1530CST            0    0   ?    0   Hail (0.75)

LeFlore County
  Page           03  1545CST            0    0   ?    0   Hail (0.75)

Tulsa County
  2 E Broken Arrow03 1620CST            0    0   ?    0   Hail (0.75)

Wagoner County
  5 E Broken Arrow03 1630CST            0    0   ?    0   Hail (0.88)

Rogers County
  NR Chelsea     03  1630CST            0    0   ?    0   TSTM Wind (G52)
  NR Inola       03  1650CST            0    0   ?    0   Hail (0.75)

Haskell County   03  1700CST-
  McCurtain          1900CST            0    0   ?    0   Flash Flood

Latimer County   03  1700CST-
  Red Oak            1900CST            0    0   ?    0   Flash Flood

Tulsa County
  2 E Broken Arrow03 1716CST            0    0   ?    0   Hail (1.00)

Wagoner County
  2 E Broken Arrow03 1716CST            0    0   ?    0   Hail (1.00)

Mayes County
  Salina         03  1740CST            0    0   ?    0   Hail (0.88)
  2 E Salina     03  1745CST            0    0   ?    0   Hail (0.88)

Le Flore County
  Arkoma         03  1800CST-
                     2000CST            0    0   ?    0   Flash Flood

Mayes County
  1 N Pryor      03  1815CST            0    0   ?    0   Hail (0.88)

Tulsa County
  1 E Owasso     03  1820CST            0    0   ?    0   Hail (0.75)

Rogers County
  3 W Keetonville03  1830CST            0    0   ?    0   Hail (0.88)

LeFlore County
  Heavener       03  1900CST            0    0   ?    0   Hail (0.75)

Creek County
  5 NE Sapulpa   03  2017CST            0    0   ?    0   Hail (1.00)

Tulsa County
  Tulsa          03  2034CST            0    0   ?    0   Hail (0.75)

Nowata County
  New Alluwe     03  2040CST            0    0   ?    0   Hail (0.75)

Rogers County
  1 S Talala     03  2040CST            0    0   ?    0   Hail (0.75)
  1 W Talala     03  2045CST            0    0   ?    0   Hail (0.75)

Tulsa County
  NR Sperry      03  2055CST            0    0   ?    0   Hail (0.75)

Osage County
  10 NW Tulsa    03  2055CST            0    0   ?    0   Hail (0.75)
  2 SW Skiatook  03  2100CST            0    0   ?    0   TSTM Wind (G52)

Tulsa County
  3 N Sperry     03  2105CST            0    0   ?    0   TSTM Wind (G52)

Craig County
  1 S Vinita     03  2130CST            0    0   ?    0   Hail (0.75)
  10 NW Vinita   03  2134CST            0    0   ?    0   TSTM Wind (G52)

                 Severe thunderstorms occurred in eastern Oklahoma through much of the
                 day on November 3rd. Strong thunderstorm winds downed trees 5 miles
                 northeast of Red Oak, near Lequire, and at McCurtain, and a tree was
                 blown down onto a road near Pocola. Several large tree limbs were blown
                 down at Panama, and 60 mile an hour winds downed large tree limbs near
                 Chelsea. A cable box was blown out at a house by 60 mile an hour winds
                 1/2 mile south of Cookson. Thunderstorm winds gusted to 70 miles an
                 hour at Warner and to 65 miles an hour at Eufaula. Thunderstorm winds
                 gusted to 60 miles an hour 3 miles southwest of Webbers Falls, 2 miles
                 southwest of Skiatook, 3 miles north of Sperry, and 10 miles northwest
                 of Vinita. Large hail also accompanied the storms. Quarter size hail
                 fell 2 miles east of Broken Arrow along the Tulsa/Wagoner county line
                 and also 5 miles northeast of Sapulpa. Nickel size hail fell 5 miles
                 east of Broken Arrow, at Salina, 2 miles east of Salina, 1 mile north
                 of Pryor, and 3 miles west of Keetonville. Dime to nickel size hail
                 fell on the northeast side of Collinsville, and dime size hail fell at
                 numerous other locations in eastern Oklahoma. The thunderstorms also
                 produced very heavy rainfall which resulted in flash flooding in parts
                 of east central and southeast Oklahoma. Street flooding and some minor
                 small creek overflows occurred in Stilwell and in Arkoma, and some
                 county roads were flooded north of Sallisaw. Street flooding occurred
                 in Red Oak and in McCurtain, and some secondary roads were closed by
                 flooding in McCurtain.


Osage County
  7 SW Skiatook  04  0500CST            0    0   ?    0   TSTM Wind (G52)

Tulsa County
  Tulsa          04  0545CST            0    0   ?    0   Hail (1.00)
  5 S Broken Arrow04 0615CST            0    0   ?    0   TSTM Wind

Wagoner County   
  2 NW Coweta    04  0710CST            0    0   ?    0   TSTM Wind (G52)

Pittsburg County 
  Featherston    04  0730CST            0    0   ?    0   TSTM Wind (G52)

Haskell County   
  1 W Whitefield 04  0800CST            0    0   4    0   TSTM Wind

                 Severe thunderstorms redeveloped in eastern Oklahoma during the early
                 morning of November 4th. Several barn roofs were damaged and large tree
                 limbs were downed by strong thunderstorm winds just west of Whitefield,
                 and a large tree limb was downed 5 miles south of Broken Arrow.
                 Thunderstorm winds gusted to 60 miles an hour 7 miles southwest of
                 Skiatook, 2 miles northwest of Coweta, and at Featherston. Quarter size
                 hail fell at the intersection of 51st Street South and Yale Avenue in
                 the city of Tulsa.

                 
LeFlore County   04  1400CST-
  Countywide         1600CST            0    0   ?    0   Flash Flood

Sequoyah County  04  1400CST-
  Countywide         1600CST            0    0   ?    0   Flash Flood

                 Thunderstorms in Sequoyah and Le Flore counties produced very heavy
                 rainfall which resulted in flash flooding during the afternoon of
                 November 4th. Numerous county roads were flooded in Sequoyah County,
                 and several county roads were flooded in Le Flore County.


Le Flore County  05  0400CST-
  Heavener           0500CST            0    0   ?    0   Flash Flood

                 Thunderstorms continued to produce very heavy rain in Le Flore County
                 during the early morning of November 5th. This resulted in severe
                 street flooding in Heavener.


Washington County
  Oglesby        08  2330CST            0    0   ?    0   TSTM Wind (G52)

                 A severe thunderstorm produced 60 mile an hour winds which downed
                 numerous tree limbs 2 1/2 inches thick at Oglesby.


Le Flore County  09  0800CST-
  NR Pocola          0900CST            0    0   ?    0   Flash Flood
                 09  1030CST-
  NR Panama          1130CST            0    0   ?    0   Flash Flood

                 Thunderstorms in northern Le Flore County produced very heavy rainfall
                 which resulted in flash flooding during the morning of November 9th.
                 County roads and streets were flooded near Pocola and near Panama.

                     
Creek County
  Depew          20  1645CST            0    0   3    0   High Wind
  Bristow        20  1645CST            0    0   ?    0   High Wind

Osage County
  2 NW Tulsa     20  1715CST            0    0   ?    0   High Wind (G55)

Okmulgee County
  Henryetta      20  1719CST            0    0   ?    0   High Wind (G55)

Sequoyah County
  Muldrow        20  2015CST            0    0   3    0   High Wind

                 An intense low pressure system moved across Kansas and produced strong
                 gradient winds in northeast and east central Oklahoma during the late
                 afternoon and evening of November 20th. The strong winds downed power
                 poles in Depew, blew down 6 to 12 inch diameter tree limbs in Bristow,
                 and blew the roof off an outbuilding in Muldrow. Winds gusted to 63
                 miles an hour 2 miles northwest of Tulsa in extreme southeast Osage
                 County and also at Henryetta.




Arkansas, Northwest November 1994 ARZ001-002-010-011-019-029

Sebastian County
  Fort Smith     03  1430CST            0    0   5    0   Lightning

                 Lightning started a fire which destroyed a home in Fort Smith.


Sebastian County
  Greenwood      03  2030CST            0    0   ?    0   Hail (0.75)

                 A severe thunderstorm produced dime size hail at Greenwood.


Crawford County  
  15 NE Van Buren04  1000CST            0    0   3    0   TSTM Wind

                 A severe thunderstorm produced strong winds which totally destroyed a
                 28 to 30 foot long garage and blew over several sheds 15 miles
                 northeast of Van Buren near the town of Graphic.


Crawford County  04  1400CST-
  Countywide         1600CST            0    0   ?    0   Flash Flood

Washington County04  1400CST- 
  Fayetteville       1800CST            0    0   ?    0   Flash Flood

Washington County04  1400CST-
  Springdale         1800CST            0    0   ?    0   Flash Flood

Benton County    04  1400CST-
  NR Rogers          1800CST            0    0   ?    0   Flash Flood

Madison County   04  1400CST-
  Countywide         1800CST            0    0   ?    0   Flash Flood

Sebastian County 04  1500CST-
  Countywide         1700CST            0    0   ?    0   Flash Flood

                 Thunderstorms in northwest Arkansas produced very heavy rainfall which
                 resulted in flash flooding during the afternoon of November 4th.
                 Several streets were closed in Fayetteville, Springdale, and Van Buren
                 due to flooding, and the Van Buren Industrial Park was flooded. Several
                 streets in Fort Smith were flooded, and several county roads were
                 flooded in Crawford and Sebastian counties. Flooding in Benton County
                 caused a mudslide near the Rogers Airport that closed Walnut Valley
                 Road. Flooding washed out roads in some areas in Madison County.


Crawford County  05  0500CST-
  NR Mulberry        0700CST            0    0   ?    0   Flash Flood

Sebastian County 05  0500CST-
  Countywide         0700CST            0    0   ?    0   Flash Flood

                 Thunderstorms continued to produce very heavy rain in Crawford and
                 Sebastian counties during the early morning of November 5th. This once
                 again resulted in flash flooding with several roads closed by high
                 water in Sebastian County, and a secondary road near Interstate 40
                 flooded near Mulberry in Crawford County.


Sebastian County 09  0630CST-
  N part of county   0925CST            0    0   ?    0   Flash Flood

                 Thunderstorms in northern Sebastian County produced very heavy rainfall
                 which resulted in flash flooding. The intersection of State Highway 96
                 and Nixon Road near Lavaca was flooded, and State Highway 96 was
                 flooded between Lavaca and State Highway 22. Street flooding occurred
                 in Lavaca and Fort Smith, and several county roads near Fort Smith were
                 flooded.


Benton County
  Bella Vista    20  1955CST            0    0   ?    0   High Wind (52)

Benton County
  Decatur        20  2000CST            0    0   3    0   High Wind

                 An intense low pressure system moved across Kansas and produced strong
                 gradient winds in extreme northwest Arkansas during the early evening
                 of November 20th. Winds up to 60 miles an hour downed trees and power
                 lines in Bella Vista, and strong winds blew down 2 sheds in Decatur.


Madison County
  Combs          27  0450CST            0    0   3    0   TSTM Wind
  Pettigrew      27  0510CST            0    0   0    0   TSTM Wind

                 An isolated severe thunderstorm developed in Madison County of
                 northwest Arkansas during the early morning of November 27th. Strong
                 thunderstorm winds blew shingles off roofs in Combs, and large tree
                 limbs were blown down and a power line was downed by strong
                 thunderstorm winds in Pettigrew.