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June 1994 Storm Data


OKLAHOMA, Western, Central, and Southeastern (OKC) OKZ004>053             June, 1994
Harper County,      02  1658CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.88)
  8 W 2 S Buffalo  
    
Harper County,      02  1721CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.00)
  3 E Rosston
Woods County,       02  1730CST  0    0    3  
       Lightning
  9 N Alva
Harper County,      02   1735CST 0    0       
       Hail (1.25)
  1 E Rosston
Harper County,      02  1737CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  2 E Rosston
       
Woods County,       02  1800CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.00)
  2 E Cora      
    
Woods County,       02  1830CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.00)
  4.5 ESE Cora     
Woods County,       02  1835CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.88)
  2 E Cora
Thunderstorms in northwest Oklahoma during the
afternoon and evening hours on the 2nd
produced hail up to half dollar size and
damaging lightning.
A lightning strike 9 miles north of Alva
damaged electrical appliances.
Pushmataha County,  04  1853CST- 0    0       
       Hail (1.00)
  2 NE Rattan           1908CST      
Pushmataha County,  04  1855CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  Rattan
     
Pushmataha County,  04  1855CST- 0    0       
       Hail (1.50)
  1.5 W Rattan          1905CST      
  
Thunderstorms developed in southeast Oklahoma
during the evening hours on the 4th and
produced hail up to walnut size.
   
Oklahoma County,    05  1915CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.88)
  Bethany       
Woodward County,    05  1927CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.00)
  3 W Woodward  
Woods County,       05  1930CST  0    0    4  
       TSTM Wind
  7 NW Alva
Alfalfa County,     05  1930CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.00)
  4.5 N 6.5 W 
  Burlington
Woodward County,    05  2000CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  11 N Mooreland
Alfalfa County,     05  2020CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  5 N 7 E Amorita
Grant County,       05  2020CST  0    0    3  
       TSTM Wind
  1 N Renfrow
    
Woods County,       05  2036CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.00)
  10 N Alva     
     
Woods County,       05  2036CST  0    0    2  
       Lightning
  Alva
Kay County,         05  2049CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.00)
  7 W Newkirk   
    
Alfalfa County,     05  2050CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  3 W Cherokee  
    
Kay County,         05  2055CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (56)
  Kaw City      
Grant County,       05  2100CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind
  3 E Renfrow
Noble County,       05  2115CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (55)
  13 E Marland 
Noble County,       05  2135CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (57)
  7 SSE Red Rock
Tillman County,     05  2150CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (62)
  3 WNW Grandfield
Garfield County,    05  2200CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.88)
  Enid          
Garfield County,    05  2205CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind
  Enid
Cotton County,      05  2225CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (50)
  1 NW Walters
Canadian County,    05  2341CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  3 SE Piedmont  
    
Oklahoma County,    05  2355CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  NW Oklahoma City 
Oklahoma County,    06  0001CST  0    0    3  
       Lightning
  N Oklahoma City
Canadian County,    06  0005CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  6 NE Yukon     
Garfield County,    06  0005CST  0    0    3  
       Lightning
  NW Enid
    
Oklahoma County,    06  0015CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.88)
  Bethany       
Oklahoma County,    06  0020CST  0    0    5  
       Lightning
  Edmond
Garfield County,    06  0025CST  0    0    3  
       Lightning
  NW Enid
Oklahoma County,    06  0034CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  S Oklahoma City
Cleveland County,   06  0037CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  Moore         
Cleveland County,   06  0110CST  0    0    4  
       Lightning
  Lexington
Murray County,      06  0245CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind
  8 WSW Davis
Carter County,      06  0300CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  Gene Autry
Thunderstorms developed in northern, western
and central Oklahoma during the evening hours
on the 5th and spread into portions of southern
Oklahoma. These storms produced hail up to
quarter size, damaging winds and damaging
lightning.

Thunderstorm winds tore the roof off a large
metal hay shed 7 miles northwest of Alva, blew
a grain bin 75 feet and downed numerous tree
limbs 1 mile north of Renfrow, knocked down
power lines in Enid, knocked down 3 inch
diameter tree limbs 3 miles east of Renfrow and
broke off tree limbs 8 miles west-southwest of
Davis.
Lightning started a fire in a home in the 5700
block of Irvine Drive in the Oak Tree Addition
in Edmond that caused an estimated $100,000 in
damage. Lightning started a fire which
produced minor damage to a warehouse on north
Santa Fe in Oklahoma City. Lightning started
two oil tank battery fires northwest of Enid.
Lightning started a small fire in a house in
Alva. Lightning killed two horses in Lexington.
The horses were worth around $5,000 each.
Custer County,      06  1809CST  0    0       
       Hail (2.00)
  4 NW Weatherford
   
Custer County,      06  1912CST- 0    0    3  
       Hail (1.25)
  Arapaho               1916CST 
Custer County,      06  1914CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  5 E Arapaho
Custer County,      06  1920CST  0    0    2  
       Lightning
  Arapaho
  
Custer County,      06  1931CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.50)
  N Arapaho     
  
Custer County,      06  2002CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.75)
  Foss Lake      
Custer County,      06  2015CST  0    0    3  
       Lightning
  9 S Butler
Custer and Washita  06  2029CST-    5.5       150    0    2    6  
       Tornado (F1)
Counties,               2045CST       
  5 NNW Foss -
  0.5 S Foss
Washita County,     06  2055CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.88)
  2 N Burns Flat
    
Washita County,     06  2120CST  0    0    3  
       Hail (1.75)
  Canute
Washita County,     06  2130CST- 0    0       
       Flash Flood
  1 E Arapaho           2300CST
Tillman County,     06  2150CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (63)
  3 WNW Grandfield 
Tillman County,     06  2155CST  0    0    2  
       TSTM Wind
  Grandfield
   
Cotton County,      06  2220CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (52)
  Randlett      
Cotton County,      06  2225CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (50)
  1 NW Walters       
Cotton County,      06  2227CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (61)
  Walters
Cotton County,      06  2235CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind
  Temple
Cotton County,      06  2238CST  0    0    3  
       TSTM Wind
  3 SE Temple
Cotton County,      06  2240CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind
  9 E Walters  
Cotton County,      06  2255CST  0    0    2  
       TSTM Wind
  5.5 WSW Comanche
Jefferson County,   06  2305CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (52)
  3 NW Addington
Stephens County,    06  2315CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (52)
  Comanche
Thunderstorms developed in west-central
Oklahoma during the evening hours on the 6th and
moved into portions of southern Oklahoma. These
storms produced a tornado, hail up to 2
inches in diameter, damaging winds, damaging
lightning and flash flooding rains. 
A tornado developed at 2029CST 5 miles
north-northwest of Foss and moved south-southeast 5.5
miles before dissipating 0.5 miles south of
Foss. This F1 tornado tore a section of the roof
off an abandoned gas station, blew a pickup
from a parking lot in a truck stop onto
Interstate 40, overturned 4 cars and 4 tractor
trailers on Interstate 40 closing both
directions of travel for several hours,
destroyed a mobile home, damaged an antenna, the roof
of a hay barn, a flagpole, a travel trailer and
the roofs of homes, blew the windows out of
a restaurant, tore a section of a roof off a
boat storage building, damaged or destroyed
several signs, uprooted trees and broke off
tree limbs. Two people received minor injuries
when the vehicle they were in was overturned on
Interstate 40.
Thunderstorm winds blew down large tree limbs
in Comanche and 9 miles east of Walters, downed
a large tree in Temple, knocked over a fence in
Grandfield, ripped a roof off a building at
a plant farm 3 miles southeast of Temple and
overturned an uninhabited mobile home 5.5 miles
west-southwest of Comanche
Hail up to half dollar size damaged automobiles
in Arapaho. Hail up to golfball size damaged
automobiles in Canute.
A lightning strike 9 miles south of Butler
damaged several television sets. Lightning struck
a house in Arapaho resulting in minor damage.
Heavy rainfall resulted in water from Beaver
Creek over a road 1 mile east of Arapaho. 
Kay County,         09  0030CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind
  Kaw City
An isolated thunderstorm in north-central
Oklahoma during the early morning hours on the 9th
produced damaging winds which blew down large
tree limbs in Kaw City.
Pushmataha County,  09  0345CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (63)
  7 NW Antlers
Pushmataha County,  09  0424CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  Kellond
Pushmataha County,  09  0515CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  8 NE Moyers
Noble County,       09  0530CST  0    0    3  
       Lightning
  Perry
     
Pushmataha County,  09  0545CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (63)
  4 NNE Finley
Thunderstorms in southeast Oklahoma during the
morning hours on the 9th produced hail up to
dime size and damaging winds. A thunderstorm in
central Oklahoma produced damaging lightning.
Thunderstorm winds downed large tree limbs 7
miles northwest of Antlers, uprooted trees 4
miles north-northeast of Finley,
Lightning knocked out the police radio system
and the 911 emergency line in Perry.
Tillman County,     09  1936CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.00)
  3 W Frederick 
Jefferson County,   09  2045CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.75)
  5 E Hastings
Jefferson County,   09  2055CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.75)
  4 W Waurika
Jefferson County,   09  2100CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  Grandfield
    
Jefferson County,   09  2100CST  0    0       
       Hail (2.50)
  1 W Waurika
Cotton County,      09  2130CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.88)
  15 W Walters   
    
Jefferson County,   09  2130CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.00)
  Addington
  
Stephens County,    09  2145CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.00)
  5 NW Velma     
    
Comanche County,    09  2220CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.75)
  Sterling      
Jackson County,     09  2300CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind
  5 S Duke
Thunderstorms in southwest Oklahoma during the
evening hours on the 9th produced hail up to
tennis ball size and damaging winds. 
Thunderstorm winds downed 2 inch diameter tree
limbs 5 miles south of Duke.
Kingfisher County,  10  0250CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.75)
  5 NE Loyal    
An isolated thunderstorm during the early
morning hours on the 10th produced hail up to
golfball size.
Custer County,      10  0530CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.75)
  1 S Arapaho
Custer County,      10  0545CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (63)
  Clinton
Beckham County,     10  0600CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (52)
  12 SSW Erick
Greer County,       10  0615CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  15 W 3 N Willow
Washita County,     10  0630CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  Bessie
Thunderstorms developed in western Oklahoma
during the early morning hours on the 10th and
produced hail up to golfball size and damaging
winds.
Thunderstorm winds uprooted a 2 foot diameter
tree in Clinton and downed tree limbs 12 miles
south-southwest of Erick.
     
Comanche County,    10  0825CST- 0    0       
       TSTM Wind
  Cache                 0830CST
Thunderstorm in southwest Oklahoma during the
morning hours on the 10th produced damaging
winds which downed power lines in Cache.      
  
Choctaw County,     10  1000CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind
  Hugo
Bryan County,       10  1111CST  0    0    3  
       Lightning
  Durant
Bryan County,       10  1130CST  0    0    4  
       Lightning
  Nr Bokchito
Bryan County,       10  1142CST  0    0    3  
       Lightning
  Durant
Thunderstorms in southeast Oklahoma during the
morning hours on the 10th produced damaging
thunderstorm winds and damaging lightning.
Thunderstorm winds downed a power line in Hugo.
A lightning strike knocked a hole in the
kitchen wall of a house in Durant. Lightning struck
and killed 7 cows, 1 bull and 6 calves that
were seeking shelter under a tree near Bokchito.
In addition, 4 other calves were injured. The
loss was estimated from $7,000 to $8,000.
Lightning also struck another house in Durant. 
No damage was reported.
Ellis County,       11  0235CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.88)
  8 N Shattuck
Ellis County,       11  0345CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  5.5 W Harmon
Roger Mills County, 11  0455CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  4 NE Angora
Dewey County,       11  0502CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.25)
  Leedey
Custer County,      11  0532CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  5.5 NE Moorewood
Custer County,      11  0623CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.00)
  W Clinton     
    
Custer County,      11  0624CST  0    0    3  
       TSTM Wind (74)
  Clinton
Custer County,      11  0625CST  0    0    3  
       TSTM Wind (68)
  S Clinton   
Washita County,     11  0630CST  0    0    2  
       Lightning
  Corn
  
Washita County,     11  0635CST  0    0    3  
       TSTM Wind (70)
  Corn     
Washita County,     11  0700CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  3 S Cowden    
Caddo County,       11  0700CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind
  Alfalfa
    
Caddo County,       11  0710CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (52)
  7 S Carnegie    
  
Caddo County,       11  0730CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (52)
  4 NNW Ft Cobb       
Caddo County,       11  0747CST  0    0    4  
       Lightning
  Anadarko
Comanche County,    11  0800CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  3 W Elgin     
Comanche County,    11  0833CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.00)
  Ft Sill
Comanche County,    11  0834CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  Lawton
    
Comanche County,    11  0840CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.25)
  Ft Sill    
Comanche County,    11  0840CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (60)
  Ft Sill    
Stephens County,    11  0905CST- 0    0       
       Hail (0.88)
  8 WNW Duncan          0915CST
Comanche County,    11  0915CST- 0    0    3  
       Flash Flood
  Nr Ft Sill            1100CST
Stephens County,    11  0925CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.88)
  W Duncan      
  
Stephens County,    11  0925CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (60)
  W Duncan        
Stephens County,    11  0935CST  0    0    5  
       Lightning
  S Duncan
Cotton County,      11  0940CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.00)
  3 SE Devol     
Stephens County,    11  0945CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (55)
  8 W Velma    
Jefferson County,   11  1000CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind
  3 SW Hastings
Thunderstorms developed in northwestern
Oklahoma during the early morning hours on the 11th
and moved southeast. These storms produced hail
up to half dollar size, damaging winds,
damaging lightning and flash flooding rains.
Thunderstorm winds broke off large tree limbs
8 miles west of Velma, 3 miles southwest of
Hastings and 7 miles south of Carnegie, downed
power lines and antennas, overturned a granary
and damaged trees in Corn, downed power lines
and broke off tree limbs in Alfalfa, blew the
roof off a barn and damaged a travel trailer on
the south side of Clinton and damaged roofs,
downed trees and signs and blew awnings off
buildings in Clinton.
Heavy rain resulted in a flooded road near the
gate 2 entrance to Fort Sill. Two vehicles
were stranded in the high water with one
vehicle overturning.
Lightning started a fire which destroyed a
house on the south side of Duncan. Damage to the
house was estimated at $60,000 with damage to
the contents of the house estimated at $30,000.
Lightning struck a tree and damaged a nearby
antenna in Corn. Lightning knocked out the
police department communication system and
destroyed a $10,000 recorder in Anadarko.
Hughes County,      19  1230CST  0    0    3  
       Lightning
  S Calvin
Oklahoma County,    19  1300CST  2    1       
       Lightning
  NE Oklahoma City
Grady County,       19  1329CST  0    0    3  
       TSTM Wind
  5.5 SSE Amber
Grady County,       19  1330CST  0    0    4  
       TSTM Wind
  6 SSE Amber
Canadian County,    19  1410CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind
  1 N Union City
Thunderstorms in central and portions of
southeast Oklahoma during the morning hours on the
19th produced damaging winds and damaging
lightning.
Thunderstorm winds destroyed a new hay barn 6
miles south-southeast of Amber, tore the roof
off a barn 5.5 miles south-southeast of Amber
and downed 4 inch diameter tree limbs 1 mile
north of Union City. 
Three golfers seeking shelter from a
thunderstorm under trees were struck by lightning. The
lightning strike killed two men and injured the
third. A siren was sounded around 1245 CST
to warn the golfers of the approaching
thunderstorm. M53O,M51O.
 Lightning killed 5 cows, 3 calves and 1 bull
just south of Calvin.
Atoka County,       20  1800CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  5.5 SW Lane      
    
A thunderstorm in southeast Oklahoma during the
evening hours on the 20th produced hail up
to dime size.
   
Cleveland County,   24  1625CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  SW Oklahoma City 
Cleveland County,   24  1640CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  W Norman        
Stephens County,    24  1652CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.75)
  5 SW Marlow    
Stephens County,    24  1655CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.00)
  1 WSW Marlow
Stephens County,    24  1655CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.00)
  6 SW Marlow
Stephens County,    24  1655CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (59)
  6 SW Marlow
    
Grady County,       24  1700CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.75)
  7 SW Rush Springs
  
Stephens County,    24  1705CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.00)
  Duncan        
Stephens County,    24  1705CST- 0    0    5  
       TSTM Wind (59)
  Duncan                1712CST
Stephens County,    24  1712CST  0    0    3  
       TSTM Wind
  SE Duncan
Stephens County,    24  1713CST  0    0    4  
       TSTM Wind
  Duncan Municipal 
  Airport
Stephens County,    24  1714CST  0    0    3  
       TSTM Wind
  S Duncan
McClain County,     24  1720CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.88)
  3 W Wayne
Stephens County,    24  1725CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (52)
  Comanche
McClain County,     24  1729CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.00)
  4 NW Wayne     
Jefferson County,   24  1747CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (55)
  4 W Waurika     
    
Jefferson County,   24  1750CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (55)
  5 WSW Waurika     
Jefferson County,   24  1750CST  0    0    4  
       TSTM Wind (55)
  Waurika
Jefferson County,   24  1750CST  0    0    3  
       TSTM Wind
  S Waurika
Garvin County,      24  1750CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.88)
  5 E Pauls Valley
Jefferson County,   24  1800CST- 0    0    3  
       TSTM Wind 
  Ryan - Terral         1810CST
  
Atoka County,       24  1915CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.88)
  Caney         
Atoka County.       24  1920CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  2 S Caney
Atoka County,       24  1930CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  3 SE Caney     
Bryan County,       24  1930CST  0    0    3  
       Hail (1.75)
  Durant
Bryan County,       24  1930CST  0    0    3  
       TSTM Wind 
  Durant
Bryan County,       24  1945CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.88)
  5.5 NNE Bennington
Thunderstorms in central and southern Oklahoma
during the late afternoon and evening hours
on the 24th produced hail up to golfball size
and damaging winds.
Thunderstorm winds tore the roof off and
damaged a wall of the Ole Waffle Shop, damaged
several homes, broke out windows, damaged
several signs, snapped power poles, overturned
tombstones, overturned an irrigation pivot,
uprooted trees and knocked down a fence in
Duncan. Thunderstorm winds at Duncan Municipal
Airport blew out windows, destroyed a hanger
and damaged 3 airplanes. Thunderstorm winds
destroyed a storage building and broke 2 large
plate glass windows at a car dealership south
of Duncan, overturned a trailer in southeast
Duncan, knocked down power lines and trees in
Comanche, tore the roof off a grocery store,
destroyed a barn, destroyed several sheds,
ripped shingles off a roof and broke tree limbs
in Waurika, ripped the roof off a store south
of Waurika, broke tree limbs in Durant and
ripped shingles from roofs from Ryan south
along route 81 to near Terral. 
Hail up to golfball size in combination with
thunderstorm winds destroyed a satellite dish
in Durant.
    
Bryan County,       25  1720CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.88)
  5 NNE Bennington
A thunderstorm in southeast Oklahoma during the
late afternoon hours on the 25th produced
hail up to nickel size.
Jackson County,     25  2045CST  0    0    4  
       TSTM Wind (68)
  Blair         
Jackson County,     25  2051CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.00)
  S Blair
Thunderstorms in southwest Oklahoma during the
evening hours on the 25th produced hail up to
quarter size and damaging winds.
Thunderstorm winds broke out plate glass
windows and tore the roof off a trailer house in
Blair.
Western and Central 27  1200CST- 0    0       
       Excessive Heat
Oklahoma,               1900CST
  Zones 004>030-        
  033>041-044>046-  
  050-
Temperatures climbed to above 110 degrees in
southwest Oklahoma with reading in excess of 100
in northwest and central Oklahoma during the
afternoon hours on the 27th. The high
temperature of 120 degrees from the Oklahoma
Mesonet 4 miles south of Tipton tied the record
for the highest temperatures ever recorded in
the state. Additional high temperatures
included 119 degrees 3 miles south of Altus,
116 3 miles west of Gould, in Hollis and in
Chattanooga and 115 in Frederick and 3.5 miles
south of Altus. An 84 year old man who was
working on his car in northwest Oklahoma City
during the afternoon hours died from
hypothermia.
Woods County,       29  1815CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (67)
  16 NNE Freedom
Woods County,       29  1820CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (62)
  16 NNE Freedom
Woods County,       29  1825CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (54)
  16 NNE Freedom
Woodward County,    29  1825CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (62)
  20 NNE Mooreland 
    
Woods County,       29  1840CST  0    0    3  
       TSTM Wind
  Alva          
Woods County,       29  1850CST  0    0    3  
       Lightning
  Alva
Ellis County,       29  1854CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (52)
  1 SW Gage      
Woods County,       29  1855CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (58)
  2 S Alva              
Alfalfa County,     29  1915CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (54)
  0.5 SSW Cherokee
Alfalfa County,     29  1920CST  0    0    3  
       TSTM Wind (61)
  Cherokee      
Roger Mills,        29  1930CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (52)
  4 N Crawford
Alfalfa County,     29  1935CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (52)
  2 E Aline
Dewey County,       29  1935CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (53)
  4 WNW Camargo
Ellis County,       29  1940CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (52)
  10 W 7 S Arnett
        
Grant County,       29  1940CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (55)
  1 SW Medford     
Grant County,       29  1945CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (53)
  1 SW Medford     
Grant County,       29  1945CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind
  Medford
Grant County,       29  1945CST  0    0    3  
       Lightning 
  W Jefferson
  
Grant County,       29  1945CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind
  W Jefferson
Major County,       29  1945CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (56)
  3 E Meno        
  
Garfield County,    29  1945CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (56)
  NR Lahoma
        
Dewey County,       29  1950CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (55)
  4 WNW Camargo    
Dewey County,       29  1955CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (52)
  4 WNW Camargo    
  
Ellis County,       29  1955CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (52)
  8 WSW Arnett
Roger Mills County, 29  1955CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (52)
  6 NW Roll        
  
Garfield County,    29  2000CST  0    0    5  
       TSTM Wind
  Enid
Garfield County,    29  2000CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (56)
  3 SE Breckenridge
Garfield County,    29  2005CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (52)
  3 SE Breckenridge
Garfield County,    29  2005CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind
  Garber
  
Garber County,      29  2010CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (50)
  3 SE Breckenridge
Roger Mills County, 29  2030CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (53)
  0.5 NNW Cheyenne      
Kay County,         29  2030CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind
  Tonkawa
Custer County,      29  2030CST  0    0    2  
       TSTM Wind
  1 N Moorewood
Dewey County,       29  2040CST  0    0    2  
       TSTM Wind
  5 NW Oakwood
Garfield County,    29  2050CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind
  Covington
Beckham County,     29  2050CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind
  6 NNE Elk City 
Custer County,      29   2055CST 0    0       
       TSTM Wind
  S Thomas
Noble County,       29  2100CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (52)
  Billings
     
Custer County,      29  2100CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (52)
  4 WSW Weatherford
   
Blaine County,      29  2105CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (65)
  5 W Watonga     
  
Caddo County,       29  2110CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (51)
  7 W Hinton
Caddo County,       29  2115CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (51)
  7 W Hinton
Beckham County,     29  2115CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (51)
  10 ENE Willow        
Custer County,      29  2115CST  0    0    2  
       TSTM Wind (52)
  Butler
Beckham County,     29  2120CST  0    0    3  
       TSTM Wind
  Elk City
Custer County,      29  2130CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind
  Foss State Park
Washita County,     29  2130CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (54)
  4 WNW Bessie
Custer County,      29  2135CST  0    0    4  
       Lightning
  Clinton
Custer County,      29  2135CST  0    0    4  
       TSTM Wind
  Clinton
Blaine County,      29  2140CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind
  N Hydro
Washita County,     29  2145CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (51)
  N Cordell       
Washita County,     29  2150CST  0    0    4  
       TSTM Wind
  Canute
Greer County,       29  2158CST  0    0    2  
       TSTM Wind (56)
  Granite       
Greer County,       29  2159CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  Granite
Payne County,       29  2200CST  0    0    3  
       Lightning
  Stillwater
Washita County,     29  2200CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind
  Burns Flat
Greer County,       29  2204CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.50)
  Granite       
Kiowa County,       29  2204CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (55)
  1 N Hobart
Washita County,     29  2205CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (52)
  Colony
Jackson County,     29  2206CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (55)
  Altus AFB 
Greer County,       29  2210CST  0    0    3  
       TSTM Wind
  Mangum
Kiowa County,       29  2233CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (50)
  2.5 W Mountain Park
Kiowa County,       29  2238CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (50)
  Snyder
Caddo County,       29  2240CST  0    0    3  
       TSTM Wind 
  Anadarko
Comanche County,    29  2254CST  0    0    3  
       TSTM Wind
  3 W Indiahoma  
   
Tillman County,     29  2255CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (50)
  Frederick     
Tillman County,     29  2255CST  0    0    3  
       Lightning
  Frederick
Tillman County,     29  2257CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (60)
  E Frederick
Harmon County,      29  2304CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind
  W - 2 W Hollis  
Beckham County,     29  2305CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (52)
  5 W Sweetwater
Harmon County,      29  2307CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (57)
  Hollis        
Harmon County,      29  2310CST  0    0    4  
       TSTM Wind (70)
  E Hollis
Comanche County,    29  2313CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (61)
  Cache         
Tillman County,     29  2315CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (58)
  3 WNW Grandfield 
Comanche County,    29  2315CST  0    0    4  
       Lightning
  Faxon
Tillman County,     29  2320CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (50)
  3 WNW Grandfield
Harmon County,      29  2320CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (78)
  5 E Hollis      
  
Jackson County,     29  2330CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (52)
  Eldorado
Comanche County,    29  2330CST  0    0    3  
       TSTM Wind
  4 WNW Elgin
Harmon County,      29  2330CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (62)
  3 W Gould       
Harmon County,      29  2335CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (61)
  7 S Gould
Harmon County,      29  2335CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (51)
  3 W Gould
Harmon County,      29  2340CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (52)
  5 SE Gould
Comanche County,    29  2345CST  0    2    4  
       Lightning
  Nr Geronimo
  
Comanche County,    29  2345CST  0    0    4  
       TSTM Wind
  Geronimo
Stephens County,    29  2345CST  0    0    3  
       Lightning
  1.5 SE Comanche
Stephens County,    29  2350CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (74)
  Comanche
Cotton County,      29  2350CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind
  Walters - 1.5 W
  Walters
Cotton County,      29  2350CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (59)
  1 NW Walters     
Cotton County,      29  2350CST  0    0    4  
       TSTM Wind
  Temple  
Cotton County,      29  2359CST  0    0    3  
       TSTM Wind
  3 S Cookietown
Jefferson County,   30  0002CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind
  Hastings
Jefferson County,   30  0004CST  0    0    5  
       TSTM Wind
  3 NE Hastings         
Jefferson County,   30  0025CST- 0    0       
       TSTM Wind
  Waurika               0030CST     
Jefferson County,   30  0025CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (57)
  0.5 ENE Waurika
Jefferson County,   30  0030CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (55)
  0.5 ENE Waurika
Jefferson County,   30  0040CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (55)
  0.5 ENE Waurika
Thunderstorms developed in northwest Oklahoma
during the evening hours on the 29th and spread
southeastward during the night. Wind gusts to
90 mph and hail up to walnut size accompanied
these storms. In several locations, damaging
winds resulted in significant damage. 
Thunderstorm winds broke out windows, ripped
shingles off roofs, damaged buildings, downed
power poles and broke off tree limbs in Enid.
In addition, a building under construction at
the Enid landfill sustained approximately
$36,000 in damage. 
Thunderstorm winds blew out windows and downed
tree limbs in Cherokee, knocked a tree onto
a house and a camper and downed power lines and
trees in Alva, blew over a mobile home 3
miles west of Indiahoma, blew roofs off of boat
houses near the south end of Lake Ellsworth
4 miles west-northwest of Elgin, knocked down
a radio antenna and trees 5 miles northwest of
Oakwood, knocked downed power lines east of
Frederick, ripped a section of the roof off a
gymnasium in Geronimo, damaged roofs and a
greenhouse, broke plate glass windows, blew down
fences and uprooted trees in Temple, overturned
a tractor trailer 3 miles south of Cookietown
on Interstate 44, downed power lines in
Hastings, blew a camper over, damaged the Waurika
Lake Marina, damaged several boats and sank one
boat 3 miles northeast of Hastings, destroyed
a roof and a barn just east of Hollis and
deposited them across route 62, downed power lines
in Hollis  and knocked down 28 power poles from
just west of Hollis to 2 miles west of Hollis
closing route 62 for over 9 hours. Thunderstorm
winds also broke off large tree limbs in
Tonkawa, Covington, Colony, Comanche, west of
Jefferson, just north of Hydro, 6 NNE Elk City,
Foss Lake State Park and 5 miles southeast of
Gould, downed a police antenna and a sign in
Butler, overturned an unoccupied mobile home
tore the roof off another mobile home and
destroyed a fireworks stand in Clinton, tore
half of the roof off an Economy Inn in Canute,
knocked trees down into power lines, downed
power poles and tore shingles off of roofs in Elk
City, downed a power pole in Burns Flat, downed
power lines and trees in Waurika, ripped
shingles off a house 1 mile north of Moorewood,
ripped shingles off of houses and knocked
down large tree limbs in Granite, damaged the
doors of a church and trees in Anadarko, tore
the roof off a trailer, knocked down power
poles and trees in Mangum, knocked down 14 power
poles from Walters to 1.5 miles west of
Walters, downed power poles south of Thomas, blew
over trees and knocked down power lines in
Medford and knocked down a large tree in Garber. 

Lightning started two house fire near Geronimo.
Two minor injuries were reported. In
addition, lightning started a house fire 1.5
miles southeast of Comanche. Lightning started
a house fire in Alva. Lightning destroyed 4
electric transformers, a fire station radio and
a ceiling fan and damaged television sets and
computers in Clinton, damaged 2 transformers,
an electric pole and 2 conductors in Stillwater
and several transformers in Frederick.
Lightning started a fire that destroyed a home
in Faxon. Lightning struck a water well west
of Jefferson which burnt out the motor.
Bryan County,       30  0330CST  0    0    3  
       TSTM Wind (61)
  Durant
A thunderstorm in southeast Oklahoma during the
early morning hours on the 30th produced
damaging winds.
Thunderstorm winds estimated at 65 mph downed
at least 30 trees, some power lines, broke off
6 to 8 inch tree limbs and tossed a trampoline
onto the roof of a house in Durant. A house
was damaged in Durant when thunderstorm winds
blew a tree down on top of it.
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*****NORTH TEXAS  TXZ083>090
Hardeman County,    06  1950CST  0    0    2  
       TSTM Wind
  Quanah
Hardeman County,    06  2000CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind
  6 S Chillicothe
Wilbarger County,   06  2020CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (69)
  N Vernon
Wilbarger County,   06  2020CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind
  Vernon
Wilbarger County,   06  2016CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (50)
  Lockett
Thunderstorm in the western part of north Texas
during the evening hours on the 6th produced
damaging winds.
Thunderstorm winds blew down 2 inch diameter
tree limbs 6 miles south of Chillicothe, downed
trees in Vernon and rolled a large empty
gasoline tank through a fence in Quanah.
Clay County,        09  1922CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.75)
  5 SW Henrietta 
Clay County,        09  1930CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  3 WNW Henrietta
  
Archer County,      09  1930CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.00)
  4 N Scotland
Archer County,      09  1930CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.75)
  6 N Scotland 
Wichita County,     09  1932CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.88)
  Wichita Falls
    
Wichita County,     09  1947CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  8 W Wichita Falls
Clay County,        09  1950CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.00)
  6 N Henrietta 
  
Archer County,      09  1956CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.88)
  Holliday    
Clay County,        09  2005CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.00)
  5 N Henrietta 
  
Baylor County,      09  2020CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.00)
  8 N Seymour 
Baylor County,      09  2030CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.00)
  8 N Seymour
Knox County,        09  2100CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  2.5 E Vera
Thunderstorms during the evening hours on the
9th produced hail up to golfball size.
Clay County,        11  1004CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.75)
  8 W Petrolia 
A thunderstorm in the western part of north
Texas produced hail up to dime size during the
morning hours on the 11th.
   
Wichita County,     19  1710CST  0    0    2  
       TSTM Wind
  3 E Burkburnett
A thunderstorm in the western part of North
Texas produced damaging winds during the late
afternoon hours on the 19th.
Thunderstorm winds destroyed an out building
and knocked down 2 to 3 inch diameter tree limbs
3 miles east of Burkburnett.
Clay County,        24  1830CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (52)
  8 E Henrietta 
  
Clay County,        24  1835CST  0    0       
       Hail (1.10)
  Bellevue   
Clay County,        24  1835CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (52)
  8 E Henrietta
Clay County,        24  1840CST  0    0    3  
       TSTM Wind
  10 - 12 E 
  Henrietta
Clay County,        24  1843CST  0    0       
       Hail (0.88)
  4 NW Bellevue
Clay County,        24  1845CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (52)
  Vashti      
Clay County,        24  1900CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (52)
  Newport     

Thunderstorm in the western part of north Texas
during the evening hours on the 24th produced
hail in excess of quarter size and damaging
winds. 
Thunderstorm winds blew shingles off of roofs
from 10 to 12 miles east of Henrietta.
North Texas,        27  1200CST- 0    0       
       Excessive Heat
  Zones 083>090-        1900CST
Temperatures climbed to well above 110 degrees
in the western part of north Texas during the
afternoon hours on the 27th. High temperatures
included 119 near Quanah and at Copper Break
State Park, 118 in Truscott, 117 in Munday and
115 in Seymour and at Lake Kemp.
Hardeman County,    29  2340CST  0    0    4  
       TSTM Wind (70)
  Goodlett
Hardeman County,    30  0005CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (74)
  Quanah      
Foard County,       30  0015CST  0    0    4  
       TSTM Wind
  Nr Crowell
Wilbarger County,   30  0020CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (52)
  Tolbert     
Foard County,       30  0025CST  0    0    3  
       TSTM Wind
  8 SSW Crowell
Knox County,        30  0030CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (61)
  Truscott    
Baylor County,      30  0105CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (56)
  Seymour     
Knox County,        30  0120CST  0    0    4  
       TSTM Wind (74)
  Munday
Baylor County,      30  0130CST  0    0       
       TSTM Wind (50)
  Westover
Thunderstorms in the western part of north
Texas late on the 29th and early on the 30th
produced damaging winds.
Thunderstorm winds damaged roofs, carports and
trees and downed power lines in Munday, downed
power lines in Quanah, tore the roofs off barns
and broke off large tree limbs in Goodlett,
broke power poles, damaged roofs and blew a
cattle trailer over near Crowell and ripped a
roof off an abandoned house 8 miles
south-southwest of Crowell.

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