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January 1994 Storm Data

OKLAHOMA, Western, Central, and Southeastern (OKC) OKZ004>053 January, 1994
North Central 06 1600CST- 0 0 Ice
Oklahoma, 2200CST
Zones 007-008-012-
Water on roads froze as temperatures fell below freezing during the
late afternoon and evening hours on the 6th. Ice covered roads
contributed to several accidents and 1 fatality. A man lost his life on
Interstate 35 south of Tonkawa when he lost control of his car and hit
another vehicle.
Bryan County, 11 0400CST 0 0 2 Lightning
A lightning strike destroyed an electric insulator and knocked out the
power for several hours in Calera.
Southeastern 16 0630CST- 0 0 Ice
Oklahoma, 2000CST
Zones 031-032-042-
Widespread freezing drizzle and light freezing rain fell across much of
southeastern Oklahoma on the 16th. Roads became ice covered and
hazardous and contributed to numerous accidents, several injuries and
one fatality. A man lost his life after his van slid off on an ice
covered road 4 miles west of Fittstown.

Coal County, 16 2030CST 0 0 2 Lightning
A lightning strike hit and destroyed a lightning arrestor and knocked
out the power in Coalgate.
Roger Mills, 26 0130CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
5.5 NW Reydon
Roger Mills, 26 0130CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
Beckham County, 26 0330CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
Greer County, 26 0330CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
8 W Willow
Muskogee County, 26 0355CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
Wagoner County, 26 0415CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
3 W Okay
Craig County, 26 0520CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
2 W Vinita
Craig County, 26 0528CST 0 0 Hail (0.80)
Thunderstorms moved into western Oklahoma during the early morning
hours on the 26th and raced eastward. The storms produced hail up to
quarter size.
Nickel size hail accumulated up to 6 inches deep 2 miles west of
Vinita. Dime size hail covered the ground in Delhi and 5.5 miles
northwest of Reydon. Hail up to quarter size covered the ground 8 miles
west of Willow.
McCurtain County,26 1725CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
3 S Tom
An isolated severe thunderstorm in southeast Oklahoma during the early
evening hours on the 26th produced hail up to quarter size.
North Texas 30 1600CST- 0 0 Snow
Zones 083>089- 2350CST

During the late afternoon and evening hours on the 30th, 2 to 4 inches
of snow with a few local amounts in excess of 5 inches fell across the
western part of north Texas. Several traffic accidents occurred and
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