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Janury 1995 Storm Data


OKLAHOMA, Western, Central, and Southeastern (OKC) OKZ004>053 June, 1995
Canadian County, 01 1350CST- 0 0 Hail (1.50)
3 S Okarche 01 1400CST
Canadian County, 01 1415CST- 0 0 Hail (0.88)
8 NE El Reno 01 1420CST
Pottawatomie County, 01 1415CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
3 SSE Trousdale
Canadian County, 01 1426CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
Yukon
Pontotoc County, 01 1430CST 0 0 4 TSTM Wind
Allen
Canadian County, 01 1450CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
Mustang
Oklahoma County, 01 1505CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
WSO Oklahoma City (OKC)
Pottawatomie County, 01 1515CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
Tecumseh
Pontotoc County, 01 1530CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
2 SW Ada
Grady County, 01 1550CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
9 E Tuttle
McClain County, 01 1550CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
3 W Newcastle
Pottawatomie County, 01 1550CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
5 S Tecumseh
McClain County, 01 1558CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
2 E Blanchard
Seminole County, 01 1607CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
1 N Konawa
McClain County, 01 1614CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
8 W Purcell
McClain County, 01 1640CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
3 E Payne
Seminole County, 01 1640CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
Cromwell
Atoka County, 01 1645CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
3 W Daisy
Garvin County, 01 1645CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
Lindsay
Pushmataha County, 01 1700CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
8 W Eubanks
Garvin County, 01 1715CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
5 NW Elmore City
Oklahoma County, 01 1728CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
S Oklahoma City at SW 36th and S Western
Cleveland County, 01 1735CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
SW Oklahoma City at SW 89th and Pennsylvania
Cleveland County, 01 1745CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
Moore
Oklahoma County, 01 1750CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
Del City
Murray County, 01 1800CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
4 SW Davis
Pushmataha County, 01 1821CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
Clayton
Carter County, 01 1825CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
2 SW Springer
Carter County, 01 1830CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
Ern Ardmore
Canadian County, 01 1900CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
El Reno
Choctaw County, 01 1920CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
Messer
Marshall County, 01 1924CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
Lebanon
Carter County, 01 2005CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
1 E Milo
Carter County, 01 2050CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
Ardmore
Love County, 01 2210CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
14 S Marietta
Thunderstorms developed during the afternoon in central
Oklahoma, then spread into southern Oklahoma and
continued through the evening. Numerous reports of golf
ball sized hail were received, including in Tecumseh in
Pottawatomie County, 3 miles east of Payne in McClain
County, in Moore in Cleveland County, and in Messer in
Choctaw County. In Carter County in Ardmore, 2 separate
storms produced golf ball sized hail at 1830CST and
2050CST.
In addition, severe thunderstorm winds destroyed a gas
station canopy in Allen in Pontotoc County.
Dewey County, 02 1100CST 0 0 4 Lightning
Orion
Logan County, 02 1245CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (52)
Guthrie (OK Mesonet)
Logan County, 02 1300CST 0 0 Hail (1.75) and
S Guthrie TSTM Wind
Oklahoma County, 02 1358CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
3 W Edmond
Lincoln County, 02 1358CST 0 0 5 Hail (3.00)
Agra
Logan County, 02 1400CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
5 SE Seward
Kingfisher County, 02 1500CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
Kingfisher
Oklahoma County, 02 1500CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
Harrah
Lincoln County, 02 1505CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
3 W Tryon
Logan County, 02 1515CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
Crescent
Major County, 02 1515CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
Isabella
Major County, 02 1515CST 0 0 TSTM Wind
Isabella
Payne County, 02 1515CST- 0 0 Hail (1.00)
Ripley 02 1530CST
Cleveland County, 02 1520CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
9 SE Norman at Lake Thunderbird
Payne County, 02 1520CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
3 S Stillwater
Lincoln County, 02 1545CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
2 E Chandler
Hughes County, 02 1650CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
4 S Stuart
Pontotoc County, 02 1745CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
11 NW Ada
Bryan County, 02 1800CST 0 0 3 Lightning
Durant
Pushmataha County, 02 1815CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
6 E Antlers
Thunderstorms moved across parts of western, central,
and southeastern Oklahoma during the day, producing
large hail and damaging winds. Lightning also struck
and set fire to 2 houses.
The largest hail was reported in Agra in Lincoln County,
where hail up to 3-inch diameter broke out more than 100
windows in a school and caused $30,000 in total damage.
Throughout Agra other buildings sustained major roof
damage and car windows were cracked and shattered.
Severe thunderstorm winds were measured at 60 mph by the
Oklahoma Mesonet in Guthrie in Logan County. These
winds downed tree limbs just south of Guthrie. In Major
County in Isabella, 2-inch limbs were also downed by
severe winds.
Lightning struck and set fire to a house in Orion in
Dewey County, burning it to the ground. Later in the
day, lightning struck and set fire to the roof of a home
in Durant in Bryan County. Damage to this home was
estimated at $1200.
Beckham County, 02 2246CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
Sayre
Beckham County, 03 0100CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
6 SSW Erick
Washita County, 03 0100CST 0 0 Lightning
Burns Flat
Washita County, 03 0140CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
Cordell
Canadian County, 03 0430CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
2 SW Niles
Kingfisher County, 03 0815CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
10 NW Loyal
Nighttime and early morning severe thunderstorms in
western and central Oklahoma produced hail as large as
quarters in Sayre in Beckham County. In Burns Flat in
Washita County, lightning struck and set fire to an old
military barracks. The building was dilapidated and
allowed to burn down.
Washita County, 03 1740CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
2 NW Lake Valley
Harmon County, 03 1853CST- 0 0 TSTM Wind (65)
Hollis (OK Mesonet) 03 1915CST
Harmon County, 03 1900CST 0 0 3 TSTM Wind
10 S Gould
Harmon County, 03 1900CST .01 25 0 0 Tornado (F0)
15 SSW Gould (on Red River)
Caddo County, 03 1910CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
9 E Binger
Caddo County, 03 1920CST 0 0 Hail (1.25)
2 W Cogar
Caddo County, 03 1922CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (52)
Gracemont
Harmon County, 03 1925CST 0 0 3 TSTM Wind (52)
Hollis (OK Mesonet)
Jackson County, 03 1930CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
Eldorado
Canadian County, 03 2000CST 0 0 TSTM Wind
8 NW Union City
Canadian County, 03 2015CST 0 0 Hail (2.00)
3 N Union City and TSTM Wind
Jackson County, 03 2015CST .01 30 0 0 5 Tornado (F1)
9 E Duke
Canadian County, 03 2020CST 0 0 6 TSTM Wind
1 N Union City
Harmon County, 03 2020CST- 0 0 6 Flash Flooding
Hollis and Vicinity 03 0145CST
Canadian County, 03 2025CST 5 200 0 0 5 Tornado (F1)
3 NNE Union City to 1 S Banner
Canadian County, 03 2030CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
El Reno
Canadian County, 03 2040CST 0 0 5 TSTM Wind
Nr Union City
Jackson County, 03 2048CST- 0 0 Hail (2.50)
Altus 03 2052CST
Jackson County, 03 2050CST- 0 0 TSTM Wind (63)
Altus (OK Mesonet) 03 2105CST
Jackson County, 03 2057CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
Altus
Canadian County, 03 2100CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
3 NW Yukon
Jackson County, 03 2107CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
(LTS) Altus AFB
Jackson County, 03 2107CST 0 1 TSTM Wind (71)
(LTS) Altus AFB
Jackson County, 03 2110CST 0 0 Hail (1.25)
(LTS) Altus AFB
Jackson County, 03 2120CST 0 0 6 TSTM Wind (71)
(LTS) Altus AFB
Jackson County, 03 2120CST- 0 0 Flash Flooding
Altus and Vicinity 03 2300CST
Canadian County, 03 2135CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
Piedmont
Jackson County, 03 2141CST .01 30 0 0 Tornado (F0)
4 SW Headrick
Jackson County, 03 2200CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
6 SSW Duke
Logan County, 03 2200CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
W Guthrie
Oklahoma County, 03 2200CST 0 0 4 Lightning
NW Oklahoma City
McClain County, 03 2210CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
3 NW Goldsby
Jackson County, 03 2215CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
6 SSE Duke
Kiowa County, 03 2215CST- 0 0 TSTM Wind (52)
12 S Mountain View 03 2230CST
McClain County, 03 2215CST 0 0 4 TSTM Wind
Cole
Cleveland County, 03 2218CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
SW Norman
Caddo County, 03 2240CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
Eakly
Caddo County, 03 2240CST 0 0 4 TSTM Wind (52)
Eakly
Tillman County, 03 2257CST .01 30 0 0 Tornado (F0)
5 SW Frederick
Logan County, 03 2259CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
5 S Guthrie
Tillman County, 03 2301CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (57)
2 S Frederick
Washita County, 03 2310CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (52)
Cowden
Tillman County, 03 2316CST .01 30 0 0 Tornado (F0)
2 N Frederick
Comanche County, 03 2335CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (56)
Cache
Grady County, 03 2355CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (55)
Minco (OK Mesonet)
Canadian County, 04 0000CST- 0 0 Flash Flooding
E Union City 04 0030CST
Logan County, 04 0015CST 0 0 5 Flash Flooding
Guthrie
McClain County, 04 0030CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (52)
8 W Newcastle
Cleveland County, 04 0045CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (53)
3 NW Norman (OK Mesonet)
McClain County, 04 0045CST 0 0 3 TSTM Wind
7 SW Newcastle
Pottawatomie County, 04 0125CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (54)
Shawnee (OK mesonet)
Caddo County, 04 0223CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
Cyril
Grady County, 04 0245CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (61)
Ninnekah and Rush Springs
Caddo County, 04 0300CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
Eakly and Apache
Comanche County, 04 0300CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
Lawton
Grady County, 04 0300CST 0 0 TSTM Wind
Chickasha
Kiowa County, 04 0303CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
S Hobart
McClain County, 04 0330CST 0 0 TSTM Wind
3 S Purcell
Oklahoma County, 04 0330CST 0 0 5 Lightning
Central Oklahoma City
McClain County/ 04 0345CST 0 0 Hail (1.25)
Grady County
4 SSW Blanchard (4 SE Middleburg)
Beckham County, 04 0430CST 0 0 3 Lightning
N Elk City
Thunderstorms moved across western Oklahoma during the
early evening of the 3rd, then spread into central
Oklahoma and continued into the early morning hours of
the 4th. Lightning damage, hail, severe winds, flash
flooding, and 6 tornados were reported with these
storms.
The first tornado was a brief F0 in Harmon County, about
15 miles south-southwest of Gould on the Red River.
(This is the same tornado reported in Western North
Texas 11 miles northwest of Goodlett in Hardeman County,
Texas.)
The second tornado occurred in Jackson County 9 miles
east of Duke. At this location 3 mobile homes were
destroyed and a house porch and a barn door were blown
away. Four utility poles were snapped and several trees
were uprooted. This damage was rated as F1.
The third tornado occurred in central Oklahoma in
Canadian County north of Union City. A survey revealed
a damage path 5 miles long and 200 yards wide, beginning
3 miles north-northeast of Union City and extending
northeast to 1 mile south of Banner. The tornado was
rated as F1 based on the damage survey and eyewitness
reports.
Along this path, power poles were downed and trees
sustained extensive damage. About 5 miles northeast of
Union City, a metal barn was picked up and thrown 100
yards across a road (rated F1). At another farm nearby
outbuildings and a barn were destroyed, windows were
blown out of a house, a chimney was destroyed, and
shingles were stripped from the house roof. This damage
was rated F0.
One mile farther northeast along the path, another farm
sustained F1 damage. Outbuildings were destroyed, a
barn was damaged, and house shingles and windows were
damaged. A large cattle feeder was blown 75 yards into
a swimming pool. At the end of the tornado's path (1
mile south of Banner), a pole barn was completely
destroyed by F1 tornado winds.
The fourth tornado was spotted 4 miles southwest of
Headrick in Jackson County. The fifth tornado was
sighted 5 miles southwest of Frederick in Tillman
County, and the sixth tornado was later spotted 2 miles
north of Frederick. No damage was reported with any of
these tornados, and all were rated as F0.
The same storm that produced these tornados in Jackson
County also produced hail as large as tennis balls in
Altus in Jackson County.
Numerous reports of severe straight-line winds were
received, including many reports of damage. In Harmon
County 10 miles south of Gould, 10 utility poles were
downed along Highway 5. In Hollis (also in Harmon
County) severe thunderstorm winds measured at 60 mph by
the Oklahoma Mesonet downed 11 power poles and uprooted
2-foot diameter trees.
One mile north of Union City in Canadian County, a 2-
foot tree was downed across a road and 2 railroad cars
were tipped over onto a third railroad car. Two utility
sheds and 1 camper were destroyed, a semi truck was
turned over, and several other outbuildings sustained
minor damage. Also in Canadian County, 6-inch limbs
were snapped 8 miles northwest of Union City, and power
lines and 8-inch tree limbs were downed 3 miles west-
southwest of Union City. Three miles north of Union
City windows were broken out of a country store by hen
egg sized hail and strong winds.
At Altus in Jackson County, winds measured as high as 82
mph destroyed 2 mobile homes and 1 night club. A truck
repair facility and a restaurant lost parts of their
roofs, and an abandoned hotel collapsed. The only
reported injury was a woman who was severely cut when
her plate glass window shattered. Total property damage
was estimated at $475,000 in Altus and $600,000
throughout the rest of Jackson County.
Severe thunderstorm winds in McClain County in Cole
destroyed 2 barns and 1 tractor shed for a total of
$17,000 damage. Three other barns were also destroyed
and a mobile home lost its windows. Also in McClain
County 7 miles southwest of Newcastle, severe
thunderstorm winds blew a carport into a field, and
considerable tree damage was reported 3 miles south of
Purcell.
In Caddo County in Eakly, 60 mph winds uprooted trees,
tore the roof off a new barn, and downed large trees
onto the Post Office. In Washita County in Cowden 60
mph winds downed 4-inch limbs and split some trees. In
Chickasha in Grady County 3-foot trees were downed or
split.
Flash flooding also became a serious concern, as the
ground reached saturation from the previous several
days' rain. In Harmon County all roads into Hollis were
flooded and 90 homes in Hollis and the surrounding area
were flooded. Several hours later Highway 62 between
Hollis and the Texas state line was closed. In Jackson
County in Altus, 6 to 8 inches of water flowed across
many roads at 2120CST. Later in the evening, at
2300CST, 2 feet of water covered the fire department
parking lot and a car was reported to be "floating" in
a department store parking lot.
In Canadian County east of Union City, 6 inches of water
covered Highway 152, and in Logan County in Guthrie
several feet of water flooded some buildings. In Caddo
County several county roads just outside of Eakly were
washed out by flash flood waters, and several areas in
Apache were flooded. In Kiowa County south of Hobart
water covered Highway 183 for a 2-mile stretch, closing
the road. In Comanche County streets were flooded
throughout Lawton.
In northwest Oklahoma City in Oklahoma County, lightning
struck a small oil refinery, setting it on fire. A few
hours later, lightning struck and set fire to a house in
central Oklahoma City. Both the husband and wife
initially escaped the house safely; however, the man
went back into the house (apparently to get dressed) and
was then killed in the fire.
North of Elk City in Beckham County, lightning struck
the TV antenna on the roof of a house, damaging the
sheetrock in the ceiling and breaking 2 windows. Damage
was estimated at $5,000.
Harmon County, 04 1130CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
Hollis
Greer County, 04 1155CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
Granite
Midday thunderstorms in southwest Oklahoma caused flash
flooding in Harmon and Greer Counties. Widespread
street flooding was reported in Hollis in Harmon County,
including Highway 62 west of Hollis. In Greer County in
Granite Highway 6 south of Granite was partly washed out
and 1 to 2 feet of water covered some roads.
Tillman County, 04 1415CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (65)
Davidson
Tillman County, 04 1525CST- 0 0 TSTM Wind (82)
Grandfield (OK Mesonet) 04 1530CST
Tillman County, 04 1535CST 0 0 3 TSTM Wind
Grandfield
Comanche County, 04 1830CST 0 0 TSTM Wind
Geronimo
Tillman County, 04 1830CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
Frederick
Stephens County, 04 1933CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
Marlow
Tillman County, 04 2000CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (52)
Grandfield
Pontotoc County, 04 2140CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
6 W Fittstown
Seminole County, 04 2200CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (52)
Seminole and Wewoka
Murray County, 04 2225CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
Turner Falls
Afternoon and evening thunderstorms produced large hail,
damaging winds, and flash flooding across parts of
central and southern Oklahoma. Hail as large as
quarters was reported 6 miles west of Fittstown in
Pontotoc County.
In Davidson in Tillman County large trees were downed by
winds that reached at least 75 mph. In Grandfield, also
in Tillman County, wind speeds were measured at 94 mph
by the Oklahoma Mesonet and 9 utility poles were downed.
Trees were also downed in Comanche County in Geronimo.

Flash flooding was widespread across Tillman County as
all towns in the county reported flooding, including
Grandfield, Frederick, Hollister, and Davidson. Highway
183 south of Frederick was also flooded.
In Stephens County Highway 81 was flooded in Marlow, and
in Murray County an unoccupied car was washed away at
Turner Falls.
Love County, 05 1050CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
2 SW Leon
Marshall County, 05 1220CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
Madill
Marshall County, 05 1245CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
Madill
Bryan County, 05 1300CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
2 NW Mead
Marshall County, 05 1300CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
Little City
Johnston County, 05 1300CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (52)
4 W Nida
Bryan County, 05 1315CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
Silo
Atoka County, 05 1320CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
Caney
Severe thunderstorms moved across southern Oklahoma,
producing large hail and strong winds. Hail as large as
golf balls was reported in Madill in Marshall County.
In Johnston County 4 miles west of Nida, wind speeds
reached 60 mph.
Major County, 05 1742CST 0 0 Hail (1.25)
5 SE Ringwood
Garfield County, 05 1815CST .01 25 0 0 Tornado (F0)
3 E Drummond
Garfield County, 05 1822CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
4 NE Drummond
Garfield County, 05 1830CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
Enid (Vance AFB)
Garfield County, 05 1855CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
Enid (Vance AFB)
Garfield County, 05 1900CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
Douglas and 2 S Fairmont
Kay County, 05 1908CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
7 WNW Blackwell
Garfield County, 05 1912CST .01 25 0 0 Tornado (F0)
Nr Waukomis
Kay County, 05 1915CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
3 W Newkirk
Garfield County, 05 2000CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
Douglas
Noble County, 05 2020CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
Perry
Logan County, 05 2022CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
Marshall
Garfield County, 05 2025CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
8 E Waukomis
Logan County, 05 2025CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
2 E Marshall
Garfield County, 05 2030CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
8 S Haywood
Jefferson County, 05 2038CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
Ringling
Carter County, 05 2045CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
3 S Healdton
Noble County, 05 2100CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
2 W Perry
Payne County, 05 2121CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
4 W Stillwater
Noble County, 05 2200CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
Lucien
Severe thunderstorms in northern Oklahoma produced large
hail and 2 tornados. The first tornado was brief and
occurred 3 miles east of Drummond in Garfield County.
The second tornado, described by spotters as rope-like,
also occurred in Garfield County near Waukomis. No
damage was reported with either tornado and both were
rated as F0.
These storms also produced golf ball sized hail in
Garfield County 4 miles northeast of Drummond and at
Vance AFB in Enid. In Noble County in Lucien, hail also
reached 1.75 inches in diameter.
A single severe storm in southern Oklahoma produced hail
up to 3/4 inch diameter in Ringling in Jefferson County
and quarter sized hail 3 miles south of Healdton in
Carter County.
Grady County/ 06 0335CST 0 0 Hail (1.25)
McClain County,
1 S Blanchard
McClain County, 06 0348CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
Purcell
Cleveland County, 06 0430CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
Lexington and Noble
Cleveland County, 06 0455CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
5 E Noble
Pottawatomie County, 06 0515CST 0 0 Hail (2.50)
9 NW Wanette
Cleveland County, 06 0530CST 0 0 Hail (2.50)
Lexington
Oklahoma County, 06 0530CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
Luther
Pottawatomie County, 06 0555CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
Macomb
Pottawatomie County, 06 0628CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
St Louis
Seminole County, 06 0640CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
4 N Konawa
Seminole County, 06 0725CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
Seminole
Early morning severe thunderstorms dropped large hail in
central Oklahoma. Hail as large as tennis balls was
reported 9 miles northwest of Wanette in Pottawatomie
County and in Lexington in Cleveland County.
Woodward County, 07 1935CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
Mutual
Dewey County, 07 1938CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
8 S Cestos
Woodward County, 07 1945CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (52)
12 SE Woodward
Woodward County, 07 1945CST 0 0 Hail (4.25)
12 SE Woodward
Major County, 07 2000CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
17 NNE Chester
Woods County, 07 2005CST 0 0 Hail (1.25)
3 S Waynoka
Woodward County, 07 2023CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
18 SE Woodward
Woodward County, 07 2035CST 0 0 Hail (1.25)
4 SE Woodward
Woodward County, 07 2045CST 0 0 Hail (1.25)
7 E Woodward
Woodward County, 07 2120CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
17 NNE Mooreland
Woodward County, 07 2150CST .25 50 0 0 4 Tornado (F1)
2 N to 3 NE Mooreland
Woods County, 07 2215CST 0 0 4 TSTM Wind
Waynoka
Woods County, 07 2235CST .01 25 0 0 Tornado (F0)
4 W Waynoka
Woods County, 07 2305CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (52)
Hopeton
Alfalfa County, 07 2325CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (64)
Cherokee
Severe thunderstorms persisted throughout the evening in
northwest Oklahoma, producing 2 tornados, large hail,
and damaging winds.
The first tornado, an F1, began in Woodward County 2
miles north of Mooreland, moved east for 1/4 mile, and
lifted 3 miles northeast of Mooreland. Several trees
were uprooted, 4 outbuildings were destroyed, and 2 cars
were totalled by fallen trees.
The second tornado occurred 4 miles west of Waynoka in
Woods County. No damage was reported and this tornado
was rated as F0.
The largest hail fell 12 miles southeast of Woodward in
Woodward County, where hail stones reached 4.25 inches
in diameter.
Severe straight-line winds were estimated at 75 mph in
Cherokee in Alfalfa County. In Waynoka in Woods County,
severe thunderstorm winds broke house windows, uprooted
trees, and caused part of the roof of a packing plant to
collapse. Total damage in Woods County was estimated at
$10,000.
Harper County, 08 1545CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (50)
7 W Rosston
Harper County, 08 1615CST .2 30 0 1 5 Tornado (F1)
Selman
Harper County, 08 1630CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
9 NW Buffalo
Woods County, 08 1700CST 0 1 4 TSTM Wind
4 SW Plainview
Woodward County, 08 1710CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (52)
2 NNE Mooreland (OK mesonet)
Woodward County, 08 1715CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
7 N Quinlan
Woods County, 08 1725CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
Waynoka
Woodward County, 08 1742CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
Woodward
Woods County, 08 1745CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
Waynoka
Woods County, 08 1745CST 0 0 TSTM Wind
Waynoka
Harper County, 08 1800CST 0 1 TSTM Wind
14 ESE Buffalo
Woods County, 08 1800CST 0 0 4 Lightning
Dacoma
Ellis County, 08 1815CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
Shattuck
Woods County, 08 1820CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
Hopeton
Alfalfa County, 08 1825CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
Helena
Woodward County, 08 1830CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
11 N Mooreland
Woods County, 08 1900CST 0 0 TSTM Wind
17 SE Waynoka
Alfalfa County, 08 1915CST- 0 0 TSTM Wind (53)
Cherokee (OK Mesonet) 08 1925CST
Ellis County, 08 1917CST .01 30 0 0 Tornado (F0)
NNE Shattuck
Alfalfa County, 08 1930CST- 0 0 TSTM Wind (70)
Cherokee 08 1940CST
Alfalfa County, 08 1944CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
2 N Jet
Roger Mills County, 08 1950CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
2 W Durham
Alfalfa County, 08 2000CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
SW Cherokee
Woods County, 08 2009CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
4E Alva and N Hopeton
Roger Mills County, 08 2018CST 5 300 0 0 5 Tornado (F2)
8 NNW Reydon to 11 NNE Reydon
Garfield County, 08 2030CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (52)
3 SE Breckinridge (OK mesonet)
Grant County, 08 2030CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
Pond Creek
Ellis County, 08 2110CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
Harmon
Noble County, 08 2125CST- 0 0 TSTM Wind (58)
7 SSE Red Rock (OK Mesonet) 08 2130CST
Dewey County, 08 2200CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
Vici
Garfield County, 08 2200CST 0 0 TSTM Wind
1 E Breckinridge
Ellis County, 08 2205CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
2 E Arnett
Dewey County, 08 2215CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
Camargo
Dewey County, 08 2237CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
4 S Cestos
Ellis County, 08 2242CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
Shattuck
Woodward County, 08 2243CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
5 S Woodward
Dewey County, 08 2248CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
3 W Seiling
Ellis County, 08 2251CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
Gage
Ellis County, 08 2310CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
Gage
Kingfisher County, 08 2345CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
4 E Kingfisher
Woodward County, 09 0000CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
4 W Sharon
Dewey County, 09 0010CST 0 0 Hail (1.25)
Vici
Woodward County, 09 0010CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
11 SSW Woodward
Garfield County, 09 0100CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
S Enid
Oklahoma County, 09 0120CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
NE Oklahoma City
Oklahoma County, 09 0128CST 0 0 4 Flash Flooding
Edmond
Severe thunderstorms moved across northern Oklahoma
during the afternoon of the 8th and continued through
early morning on the 9th. Lightning, large hail,
damaging winds, flash flooding, and 3 tornados were
reported.
The first tornado occurred in Selman in Harper County,
where it blew a mobile home over. One of the occupants,
a woman, was severely injured. The second tornado was
a brief F0 north-northeast of Shattuck in Ellis County.
The third tornado was a large rain-wrapped tornado in
Roger Mills County that moved from 8 miles north-
northwest of Reydon to 11 miles north of Reydon. The
tornado blew 3/4 of the roof off one brick home and
parts of the roof off another. A tractor trailer was
blown over, trees were uprooted, and a wellhouse was
destroyed. From spotter and damage reports, the tornado
was rated as F2.
Damage across northern Oklahoma was also caused by
severe straight-line winds, particularly in Woods
County. Four miles southwest of Plainview a trailer
house was destroyed, injuring the occupant. Tree limbs
as large as 8-inch diameter were also downed in the
area. In Waynoka 3-inch limbs were downed, and 17 miles
southeast of Waynoka trees were downed.
In Harper County 14 miles east-southeast of Buffalo
another man was injured when his mobile home was
overturned by severe thunderstorm winds. In Garfield
County 1 mile east of Breckinridge a shed was blown onto
a highway.
Hail as large as golf balls fell in Shattuck in Ellis
County, 2 miles north of Jet in Alfalfa County, 2 miles
west of Durham in Roger Mills County, and 11 miles
south-southwest of Woodward in Woodward County.
Flash flooding was reported in Woods County where water
was reported over many roads, including 1 foot of water
over US 64 four miles east of Alva and 6 inches of water
over US 281 north of Hopeton. In Kingfisher County 4
miles east of Kingfisher, 5 feet of water covered SH 33
at an underpass with 8 inches covering the road
elsewhere. In Alfalfa County water covered numerous
county roads southwest of Cherokee, and in Garfield
County water covered several roads south of Enid.
In Woods County in Dacoma, lightning struck a house,
blasting a hole in the roof. Fortunately the rain
quickly extinguished the resulting fire.
Oklahoma County, 09 0200CST 1 0 Flash Flooding
NW Oklahoma City
Oklahoma County, 09 0500CST- 0 0 Flash Flooding
Spencer 09 1100CST
Lincoln County, 09 0600CST .75 22 0 0 5 Tornado (F1)
Kendrick
Lincoln County, 09 0615CST .20 25 0 0 5 Tornado (F2)
2 N Stroud
Lincoln County, 09 0630CST 0 0 3 TSTM Wind
3 NW to 6 N Stroud
Oklahoma County, 09 0645CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
Arcadia

Canadian County, 09 0646CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
Yukon
Logan County, 09 1030CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
Guthrie
Payne County, 09 1030CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
Coyle
Logan County, 09 1055CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
Guthrie
Persistent thunderstorms in central Oklahoma produced
severe winds, flash flooding, and 2 tornados.
Both tornados occurred in Lincoln County during the
morning, the first in Kendrick and the second 5 miles
north of Stroud. A damage survey found damage in
Kendrick consistent with an F1 tornado. Specifically,
the roof was removed from a large wooden barn and part
of roof was removed from a small shop. Over 30 large
trees received heavy branch damage and another 4 were
uprooted or sheared at the trunk.
Five miles north of Stroud, a second tornado destroyed
the garage of a brick home. This and extensive nearby
tree damage were rated as F2.
Straight-line wind damage associated with this storm was
extensive, stretching from 3 miles northwest to 6 miles
north of Stroud. In all, over 2 miles of power poles
were downed of snapped, 9 homes received minor roof
damage, 1 trailer home was destroyed, over 50 large
trees were pushed over or snapped at the base, and about
200 trees received extensive, major branch damage.

Flash flooding was reported in Oklahoma County in
Spencer where streets were flooded and in Arcadia where
2 feet of water covered Highway 66.
In northwest Oklahoma City in Oklahoma County a woman's
car stalled in high water on MacArthur Road just north
of Britton Road. While trying to walk to higher ground,
she was swept by the current into a nearby drainage
ditch and drowned. The 33-year old woman was found
several hours later in Ski Island Lake.
Flash flooding also occurred in Edmond where about 15
homes flooded when water backed up by clogged storm
drains. In Yukon in Canadian County, the intersection of
Council Road and Reno was under water, and in Guthrie in
Logan County SH 33 was closed due to high water. One
man was stranded in Guthrie when trying to drive across
a flooded road. He was rescued by fire fighters in a
boat. In Coyle in Payne County, high water covered
Highway 177 and SH 33. In Stillwater in Payne County,
flash flooding from Stillwater Creek and its tributaries
caused a state of emergency to be declared, streets were
closed, apartments were evacuated, and one school closed
was closed.
At Davidson, in Tillman County, flash flooding forced 13
families out of their homes on June 5th, and again on
the 10th. They were evacuated by boat through depths
approaching 5 feet. Eleven houses were significantly
damaged; 3 destroyed. Sanitary sewer line leaks created
a community health hazard.
F33VE
Harmon County, 09 1210CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
4 NE Mc Knight
Greer County, 09 1315CST .01 20 0 0 Tornado (F0)
1 W Mangum 09 1322CST
Greer County, 09 1317CST 0 0 Hail (2.00)
1 W Mangum
Greer County, 09 1336CST .01 25 0 0 Tornado (F0)
4 S Granite
Greer County, 09 1338CST .01 30 0 0 Tornado (F0)
5 S Granite
Greer County, 09 1339CST .02 50 0 0 Tornado (F0)
7 S Granite
Greer County, 09 1353CST .01 25 0 0 Tornado (F0)
5 SE Granite
Kiowa County, 09 1400CST .75 100 0 0 Tornado (F0)
1 NNE Lugert 09 1402CST
Kiowa County, 09 1405CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
Lugert
Kay County, 09 1415CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
Newkirk
Kiowa County, 09 1420CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
Mountain View and Hobart
Kiowa County, 09 1424CST 0 0 Hail (2.00)
(HBR) Hobart Municipal Airport
Kiowa County, 09 1505CST 0 0 Hail (1.25)
Mountain View
Kiowa County, 09 1520CST .01 25 0 0 Tornado (F0)
6 S Gotebo
Seminole County, 09 1658CST- 5.25 350 0 0 6 Tornado (F2)
S Seminole to 2 E Seminole 09 1714CST
Seminole County, 09 1712CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
Cromwell
Tillman County, 09 1716CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
Davidson
Tillman County, 09 1800CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
Davidson
Tillman County, 09 1818CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
6 S Hollister
Tillman County, 09 1830CST .01 30 0 0 Tornado (F0)
4 SW Grandfield
Tillman County, 09 1906CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
4 SE Grandfield
Cotton County, 09 1906CST 0 0 Hail (1.25)
2 NW Devol
Cotton County, 09 2030CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (52)
6 W Walters
Jefferson County, 09 2104CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
Ryan
Jefferson County, 09 2115CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
Waurika
Cotton County, 09 2123CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
W Randlett
Noble County, 09 2125CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (58)
Red Rock (OK Mesonet)
Tillman County, 09 2130CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
Davidson
Cotton County, 09 2150CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
5 N Randlett
Cotton County, 09 2325CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
2 SW Randlett
Cotton County, 09 2332CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
1 NW Randlett
Cotton County, 10 0020CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
5 NE Cookietown
Cotton County, 10 0100CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
S Cookietown
Tillman County, 10 0100CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
SW Grandfield
Cotton County, 10 0140CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
6 NE Cookietown
Cotton County, 10 0330CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
Taylor
Cotton County, 10 0330CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
Nr Walters
Severe thunderstorms began in southern Oklahoma during
the afternoon of June 9th, and continued through early
morning of the 10th. Other severe thunderstorms
developed in northern and central Oklahoma during the
late afternoon and evening of the 9th. In all, large
hail, severe straight-line winds, flash flooding, and 9
tornados were reported.
The first 5 tornados occurred with a single storm in
eastern Greer County early in the afternoon. The first
tornado occurred 1 mile west of Mangum, and the second
occurred 4 miles south of Granite. The third tornado
was reported 5 miles south of Granite at Highway 6 and
US 283, and the fourth was spotted 7 miles south of
Granite on Highway 6. The 5th tornado was spotted 5
miles southeast of Granite. No damage was reported with
any of these tornados, and all were rated as F0.
The sixth tornado occurred at the Lugert dam 1 mile
north-northeast of Lugert in Kiowa County. No damage
was reported along its path, and the tornado was rated
F0. The seventh tornado, a brief F0, also occurred in
Kiowa County 6 miles south of Gotebo.
The eighth tornado, an F2, occurred with a separate
storm in Seminole County in central Oklahoma early in
the evening. The damage path was 5.25 miles long and
400 yards wide, at its maximum width. The tornado was
first spotted south of Seminole near the intersection of
Highway 125 and Highway 377. It travelled east-
northeast, crossed Highway 361 and Highway 9 east, and
then lifted 2 miles east of Seminole north of Highway 9.
At least 12 houses in 2 housing additions (1/4 mile
north of 361 and Highway 9) received extensive damage.
In southeast Seminole, 16 homes sustained minor damage
and 1 home had major damage. One death was attributed
indirectly to the tornado, when a man suffered a heart
attack while taking shelter from the storm.
The ninth and final tornado was reported 4 miles
southwest of Grandfield in Tillman County. No damage
was reported and the tornado was rated as F0.
The largest hail reported with these storms reached 2-
inch diameter 1 mile west of Mangum in Greer County and
at Hobart Municipal Airport south of Hobart in Kiowa
County.
Severe thunderstorm winds gusted to 67 mph at the
Oklahoma Mesonet site at Red Rock in Noble County.
In addition, flash flooding was reported in southwest
Oklahoma. In Cotton County Highway 281 was closed south
of Cookietown, Highway 70 was flooded in Taylor, and
Highway 5 was flooded near Walters. In Tillman County
Highway 70 was closed southwest of Grandfield.
Ellis County, 10 0745CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
Shattuck
Cotton County, 10 0900CST- 0 0 Flash Flooding
Nr Walters 10 1000CST
Alfalfa County, 10 1035CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
E Byron and W Carmen
Blaine County, 10 1035CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
E Watonga and Watonga to Okeene
Grant County, 10 1035CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
Jefferson
Kingfisher County, 10 1035CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
N Kingfisher and 14 W Hennessey
Dewey County, 10 1055CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (61)
Fay
Blaine County, 10 1105CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (52)
Watonga
Blaine County, 10 1145CST 0 0 4 Lightning
5 SE Okeene
Tillman County, 10 1200CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
Davidson
Cotton County, 10 1341CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
N Taylor
Tillman County, 10 1341CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
N Grandfield
Jefferson County, 10 1515CST 0 0 6 Lightning
Addington
Daytime thunderstorms in northern and extreme southern
Oklahoma produced hail, severe straight-line winds,
flash flooding, and lightning damage.
Hail as large as golf balls was reported in southern
Oklahoma at Davidson in Tillman County, while severe
thunderstorm winds in northern Oklahoma reached 70 mph
at Fay in Dewey County.
In southern Oklahoma in Cotton County, Highway 277 was
completely flooded near Walters and Highway 5B was
closed north of Taylor. Highway 36 north was also closed
north of Grandfield in Tillman County.
In northern Oklahoma flash flooding was widespread, with
reports of flooding in Alfalfa, Blaine, Grant, and
Kingfisher Counties. In Alfalfa County water covered
roads east of Byron and the Eagle Creek Bridge was
closed west of Carmen.
In Blaine County Highway 33 east of Watonga and SH 8
from Watonga to Okeene were closed due to high water.
In Grant County high water was reported on US 81 near
Jefferson. In Kingfisher County Highway 81 north of
Kingfisher was closed due to flooding of Kingfisher
Creek, and SH 51 14 miles west of Hennessey was closed
at the Cimarron River bridge due to flash flooding.
In Blaine County, lightning struck and ignited an oil
tank 5 miles southeast of Okeene.
In southern Oklahoma lightning struck an oil storage
tank at Addington in Jefferson County, blowing the lid
off and igniting a fire. Two fire fighters assisting
from Texas were killed while fighting the blaze. Damage
was estimated at 2.5 to 3 million dollars.
After almost 10 consecutive days of thunderstorms during
the first days of June, flash flooding gave way to
widespread river and stream flooding. Moderate to
severe river overflows extended from tributaries to the
Red River and its mainstem, to major tributaries to the
Arkansas River in central portions of Oklahoma.
More than 40 river forecast/warning points experienced
flooding, fifteen of which had been flooded previously
in May. Sixteen points crested above flood twice, while
three stations took triple hits. Cities, towns, and
countless suburban areas saw varying degrees of
inundation, ranging from shallow to life-threatening and
destructive depths. Hundreds of miles of highways were
closed. Rescues of stranded motorists and vehicles
washed away were too many to list.
The City of Guthrie in Logan County was severed by a
record flood on Cottonwood Creek. Cottonwood Creek at
Guthrie rose above flood stage on the 4th and crested at
25.3 feet on the 5th. Four days later, the creek rose
above flood stage once again and crested at a record
30.6 feet. Flood stage at Guthrie is 22 feet. This
deepest overflow in history closed both Noble Avenue (OK
Hwy 33) east/west and Division Street (US Hwy 77)
north/south. Sixteen businesses along Noble Ave.
sustained heavy damages; about 6 beyond repair. Two
church buildings were flooded; one of which was
destroyed. About 60 homes were flooded, to depths up
to 3 feet; others were destroyed. A 60-year-old steel
truss bridge was toppled.
North of Guthrie, US Hwy 77 was washed out near the
Cimarron River Bridge, as the Cimarron River crested at
16.3 feet on the 10th. The river remained above its
flood stage of 14 feet for 3 days. The Cimarron River
also briefly closed the Hwy 33 bridge east of Coyle.
Kingfisher (in Kingfisher County) had combined overflows
from Kingfisher Creek and its tributary Uncle John
Creek. Kingfisher Creek rose above flood stage and
crested at 23.6 feet on the 9th, and Uncle John Creek
rose to a crest of 22.7 feet, also on the 9th. Flood
stages for the two creeks are 20 and 21.5 feet
respectively. Flooding affected a 60 block area,
encompassing about 100 homes and forcing the evacuation
of 38 families. Kingfisher Creek blocked traffic on
Highway US 81 northward, and west access to town via
Highway OK 33. Uncle John Creek closed Highway OK33 to
the east.
In Anadarko, Caddo County OK, the Washita River rose
above its flood stage of 19 feet on the 4th, crested at
25.4 feet on the 6th, and did not fall below flood stage
until the 8th. The river flooded the city park, closing
an area for recreational vehicles and flooding city
facilities. Floodwaters also surrounded the city sewer
plant and washed out its access road. Near the town of
Verden, a few miles downstream from Anadarko, six
persons were rescued from their rural home via
helicopter as currents proved too swift for evacuation
via boat. Highway OK 62 was closed near Verden.
Further downstream, in and near Chickasha in Grady
County, several homes and commercial structures were
flooded up to 4 feet deep. Hundreds of acres of
farmland were lost to riverbank erosion in Grady County.
Flood stage of the Washita River 3 miles northwest of
Chickasha is 19 feet. The river crested at 26.3 feet on
the 7th, in the middle of 5 days above flood stage.
In Blackwell, Kay County OK, the Chikaskia River rose
above flood stage (29 feet) on the 4th and remained
above flood stage through the 12th. It crested twice:
first on the 5th at 29.3 feet and again on the 9th at
32.4 feet. About a ten-block area of low-lying homes
and streets suffered shallow flooding as the Chikaskia
River swelled out of its banks for the second time in 4
days.
In Canadian County OK, from near El Reno to Yukon to the
west edge of Oklahoma City suburban homesteads and roads
saw minor overflows from the North Canadian River. At
Yukon, the river flooded for three days from the 9th
through the 11th, cresting at 19.2 feet on the 10th (6.2
feet above flood stage).
In south Shawnee, Pottawatomie County OK, several
families were evacuated from the Granger Addition before
the North Canadian River flooded streets and five or six
homes, some to depths approaching 3 feet. Flood stage
on the North Canadian River 2 miles west of Shawnee is
18 feet. The river crested on the 11th at 18.9 feet at
this site.
East Cache Creek overflowed croplands from Ellsworth Dam
near Apache OK in Caddo County, downstream to Walters in
Cotton County, closing all road crossings in Comanche
County between the two sites. A gaging site 2 miles
east of Walters recorded a crest of 29.9 feet on the
11th, 9.9 feet above flood stage.
At Warwick in Lincoln County, the Deep Fork River closed
OK Highway 66 west of town and washed out the bridge
approach to OK 18 south of town. Flood stage is 16
feet, and the river crested at 18.2 feet on the 4th, and
again at 21.2 feet on the 9th.
In Garfield County, Turkey Creek closed rural roads and
flooded farms near Lahoma, Bison and Green Valley OK.
Eagle Chief Creek flooded streets in Dacoma in Woods
County, and forced evacuation from flooded homes while
isolating Aline and flooded businesses in Carmen, both
in Alfalfa County OK. Access was also closed to the
town of Cherokee by overflows from Cottonwood Canyon and
Clay Creek.
Thousands of acres of agricultural lands across western,
central, and southeastern Oklahoma were severely
flooded, destroying fences, machinery, freshly planted
cotton, wheat ready for harvest, watermelon and other
crops, and drowning or dispersing hundreds of cattle.
Major damages were sustained by county highways and
bridges too numerous to list. Nineteen Oklahoma
counties were declared disaster areas by FEMA due to
river flooding.

Pushmataha County, 23 1450CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
3 E Cloudy
A severe thunderstorm in Pushmataha County produced 3/4
inch hail 3 miles east of Cloudy.
Love County, 28 1625CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
2 N Rubottom
Love County, 28 1745CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
Burneyville
Cotton County, 28 1900CST 0 0 Hail (1.25)
Temple
Severe thunderstorms in southern Oklahoma produced hail
as large as half dollars in Temple in Cotton County.
Grant County, 28 2300CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
9 W Wakita
Grant County, 28 2341CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
Medford
Kay County, 29 0155CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (52)
2 NW Tonkawa
Kay County, 29 0215CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
2 NW Tonkawa
Grant County, 29 0500CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
Salt Fork
Nighttime thunderstorms in north central Oklahoma
produced large hail, severe straight-line winds, and
flash flooding. Hail as large as nickels and winds up
to 60 mph were reported 2 miles northwest of Tonkawa in
Kay County. Flash flooding was reported in Grant County
when streets were flooded in Medford and water covered
Highway 74 in Salt Fork.
Stephens County, 29 1425CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
Velma
Stephens County, 29 1540CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
Duncan
Atoka County, 29 1555CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
Caney and Stringtown
Bryan County, 29 1600CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
Kenefic
Jefferson County, 29 1620CST 0 0 Hail (2.75)
Hastings
Cotton County, 29 1645CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
7 SE Temple
Atoka County, 29 1700CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
5 N Stringtown
Bryan County, 29 1730CST- 0 0 Flash Flooding
1 E Bennington 29 1800CST
Severe thunderstorms moved across southern Oklahoma
during the late afternoon and early evening, producing
large hail and resulting in flash flooding. Hail as
large as baseballs was reported in Hastings in Jefferson
County. In Bryan County 1 mile east of Bennington, 6
inches of water covered Highway 70.

Western North Texas (OKC) TXZ083>090 June 1995
Hardeman County, 03 1900CST .01 25 0 0 Tornado (F0)
11 NW Goodlett (on Red River)
Wilbarger County, 03 2232CST 0 0 3 TSTM Wind
Odell
Wilbarger County, 03 2245CST 0 0 3 TSTM Wind
2 S Odell
Severe thunderstorms during the evening of the 3rd
produced damaging winds and 1 tornado. The tornado was
a brief F0 spotted on the Red River 11 miles northwest
of Goodlett in Hardeman County. (This is the same
tornado reported in Oklahoma in Harmon County 15 miles
south-southwest of Gould.)
Severe thunderstorm winds in Wilbarger County downed 6
utility poles 2 miles south of Odell and felled large
trees in Odell, one onto a house.
Knox County, 04 0900CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
5 W Knox City
Knox County, 04 0920CST 0 0 Hail (2.50)
Knox City
Knox County, 04 0940CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
Rhineland
Hardeman County, 04 1200CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (52)
6 S Chillicothe
Knox County, 04 1200CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
1 W Knox City
Foard County, 04 1300CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
19 W Crowell
Hardeman County, 04 1300CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
6 S Chillicothe
Knox County, 04 1343CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
Vera
Wilbarger County, 04 1355CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (87)
5 N Vernon
Wilbarger County, 04 1430CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
Vernon
Wilbarger County, 04 1525CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
9 ESE Grayback
Foard County, 04 1700CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
Crowell
Hardeman County, 04 1800CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
Quanah
Wilbarger County, 04 1800CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
Vernon
Wichita County, 04 2010CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (61)
3 NW Burkburnett
Severe thunderstorms produced large hail, severe
straight-line winds, and flash flooding from morning
through mid-evening on the 4th.
Hail as large as tennis balls was reported in Knox City
in Knox County, and wind speeds were estimated at 100
mph 5 miles north of Vernon in Wilbarger County.
Flash flooding was reported in Foard County 19 miles
west of Crowell where Highway 70 was flooded and in
Crowell where numerous streets were flooded. In
Wilbarger County several cars stalled in high water in
Vernon and Highway 283 north of Vernon was flooded.
Later in the day, water rose above curbs in Vernon and
some intersections were consequently closed. In Hardeman
County street flooding was reported in Quanah.
Knox County, 05 1628CST 0 0 Hail (2.00)
2 N Knox City
Knox County, 05 1702CST 0 0 Hail (2.75)
Munday
Archer County, 05 1724CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
Archer City
Archer County, 05 1805CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
Holliday
Wichita County, 05 1805CST- 0 0 Hail (0.88)
6 E Kamay 05 1810CST
Wichita County, 05 1821CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
5 NW Kamay
Wichita County, 05 1825CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
SW Wichita Falls
Archer County, 05 1830CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (52)
Lake Kickapoo
Wichita County, 05 1905CST 0 0 Hail (2.75)
Burkburnett
Archer County, 05 1924CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
2 S Archer City
Wichita County, 05 2010CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (52)
3 NW Burkburnett
Evening severe thunderstorms produced large hail and
wind gusts to 60 mph. Hail as large as baseballs was
reported in Munday in Knox County and in Burkburnett in
Wichita County. Severe thunderstorm winds up to 60 mph
were reported at Lake Kickapoo in Archer County and 3
miles northwest of Burkburnett in Wichita County.
Hardeman County, 09 1450CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
6 S Quanah
Foard County, 09 1505CST 0 0 Hail (4.50)
8 N Crowell
Hardeman County, 09 1505CST 0 0 Hail (4.50)
13 S Quanah
Hardeman County, 09 1553CST .01 20 0 0 Tornado (F0)
4 SSW Chillicothe
Hardeman County, 09 1559CST .01 25 0 0 Tornado (F0)
5.5 S Chillicothe
Hardeman County, 09 1600CST .01 30 0 0 Tornado (F0)
6 S Chillicothe
Hardeman County, 09 1605CST .02 35 0 0 Tornado (F0)
6.5 S Chillicothe
Hardeman County, 09 1608CST .01 25 0 0 Tornado (F0)
7 S Chillicothe
Wilbarger County, 09 1611CST 0 0 Hail (4.50)
10 NW Vernon
Wilbarger County, 09 1616CST .10 100 0 0 Tornado (F0)
10 W Vernon
Foard County, 09 1700CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
7 N Crowell
Hardeman County, 09 1700CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
1 S Quanah
Foard County, 09 1730CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
7 N Crowell
Hardeman County, 09 1730CST 0 0 Hail (4.50)
Medicine Mound
Foard County, 09 1830CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
2 W Crowell
Wichita County, 09 1900CST .01 25 0 0 Tornado (F0)
5 NW Burkburnett
Wichita County, 09 1900CST .01 25 0 0 Tornado (F0)
7 E Electra
Wilbarger County, 09 1900CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
Vernon
Wichita County, 09 1904CST .01 25 0 0 Tornado (F0)
9 W Iowa Park
Wichita County, 09 1909CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
5 E Electra
Wichita County, 09 1920CST .01 25 0 0 3 Tornado (F0)
2 S Burkburnett
Wichita County, 09 1932CST .01 25 0 0 Tornado (F0)
E Burkburnett
Wichita County, 09 1935CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (52)
Nrn Wichita Falls
Wichita County, 09 2000CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
Sheppard AFB
Wichita County, 09 2000CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (74)
Sheppard AFB
Clay County, 09 2015CST 0 0 TSTM Wind (52)
3 SW Dean
Wilbarger County, 09 2040CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
Ern Vernon
Wilbarger County, 09 2050CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
Vernon
Wichita County, 09 2055CST 0 0 Hail (0.88)
9 W Burkburnett
Wichita County, 09 2100CST .01 25 0 0 Tornado (F0)
6 W Burkburnett
Wichita County, 09 2115CST .01 25 0 0 Tornado (F0)
W Burkburnett
Afternoon and evening thunderstorms produced flash
flooding, severe straight-line winds, hail as large as
softballs, and 13 tornados as they moved across western
North Texas.
The first 6 tornados were spawned by a single storm as
it moved across Hardeman County and into western
Wilbarger County. The first 5 of these 6 tornados
occurred south of Chillicothe in Hardeman County, and
spotters reported that each tornado was a brief F0
causing no damage. The sixth tornado, located 10 miles
west of Vernon in Wilbarger County, was multi-vortex in
structure; however, no damage was reported and this
tornado was also rated as F0.
The 7th and 8th tornados occurred simultaneously at
1900CST with separate storms 5 miles northwest of
Burkburnett and 7 miles east of Electra in Wichita
County. No damage was reported and both were rated as
F0.
The 9th through 13th tornados occurred as the storms
continued to move eastward across Wichita County. The
9th tornado was spotted 9 miles west of Iowa Park. The
10th tornado touched down near the A/C Delco plant south
of Burkburnett, slightly damaging roofs in the area.
The 11th tornado was reported east of Burkburnett. The
12th and 13th tornados were spotted 6 miles west of
Burkburnett and just west of Burkburnett respectively.
Once again, no significant damage occurred with any of
the tornados and all were rated as F0.
In addition to the tornados, severe thunderstorm winds
reached 85 mph at Shepherd AFB in Wichita County.
Softball sized hail was reported 8 miles north of
Crowell in Foard County, 13 miles south of Quanah in
Hardeman County, and 10 miles northwest of Vernon in
Wilbarger County.
Flash flooding began in Vernon in Wilbarger County at
1900CST, when Highway 283 north of town was under water
and some flooding of streets and homes was reported on
the southwest side of Vernon. Later, at 2050CST,
Highway 283 south of town was closed, Highway 70 to
Crowell was closed, and 1 foot of water covered some
roads in Vernon.
Archer County, 10 0730CST 0 0 TSTM Wind
6 SW Holliday
Archer County, 10 0807CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
Archer City
Wilbarger County, 10 1300CST 0 0 5 Flash Flooding
SW Vernon
Wilbarger County, 10 1415CST 0 0 5 Flash Flooding
Vernon
Knox County, 10 1630CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
2 SW Munday
Flash flood problems continued to escalate in western
parts of North Texas as several rounds of thunderstorms
moved across the area during the day on the 10th. In
Wilbarger County in southwest Vernon, 3 feet of water
flooded some homes. Just over an hour later, 6 other
homes were flooded with 6-8" water. Highway 183 2 miles
south of Vernon was flooded with 1.5 ft water from
Paradise Creek, and 1 foot of water covered US 70 west.
Finally, a bridge washed out 3 miles northeast of
Vernon.
In addition to the flash flooding, severe thunderstorm
winds in Archer County downed 2-inch limbs 6 miles
southwest of Holliday, and quarter-sized hail was
reported 2 miles southwest of Munday in Knox County.
After almost 10 consecutive days of thunderstorms across
southern Oklahoma and north Texas, flash flooding gave
way to widespread river and stream flooding. Moderate
to severe river overflows affected many of the Texas
tributaries to the Red River and its mainstem across
western parts of north Texas.
At Vernon, Wilbarger County, the Pease River spilled
into northern parts of town and the Vernon State
Hospital grounds as the river rose to a crest of 19.1
feet, 4.1 feet above flood stage, on the 5th. Highway
US 283 northward and US 70 west were blocked. A barn
was lost, along with several cattle. Paradise Creek
covered US 287 and state roads to the east and south,
leaving Vernon isolated from all directions.
Firefighters evacuated a dozen homes in NW and SW
Vernon. Over 30 homes sustained minor flooding, with
total damages estimated at about $375,000.
In Wilbarger County, Beaver Creek below Santa Rosa Lake
closed Highway US 183 and threatened two homesteads near
the Waggoner Ranch headquarters, and blocked FM 1181.
Five county bridges were washed out or rendered unsafe,
costing about $575,000 to repair. Beaver Creek crested
at 33 feet on the 5th, 9 feet above flood stage at a
gaging site 9 miles south of Electra.
In Wichita Falls, Wichita County, the Wichita River
caused varying degrees of minor flooding in areas around
Lucy Park, including the Sheraton Hotel and Tanglewood.
Three teenage boys were rescued by firefighters, from a
bridge in Lucy Park. The Wichita River rose above its
flood stage of 18 feet on the 8th and remained above
flood stage until the 12th in Wichita Falls. The river
crested twice during this time: at 18.5 feet on the 8th
and at 19.7 feet on the 11th.
Near Burkburnett in Wichita County, the Red River
mainstem canceled activities at the Boy Scouts' Camp
Perkins, with about 4 feet of water near its
headquarters. Damages to the swimming pool, roads, and
other camp facilities were estimated at $60,000. The
Red River rose to a crest of 15.4 feet on the 6th, 6.4
feet above flood stage at the si9te 3 miles north of
Burkburnett.
In Quanah, Hardeman County, some residents of Star
Street Apartments were evacuated. Highway TX 6 was
closed south of town.
In and near Chillicothe, Highway US 287 was flooded. An
18-wheel truck was washed off the road. Farm Rd 1167
was under 12 feet of water.
Clay County, 29 1615CST- 0 0 Hail (1.00)
Henrietta 29 1630CST
Clay County, 29 1617CST 0 0 Hail (1.75)
Byers
Clay County, 29 1635CST 0 0 Hail (2.75)
Byers
Clay County, 29 1645CST 0 0 Hail (1.00)
Henrietta
Archer County, 29 1700CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
Scotland
Clay County, 29 1709CST 0 0 Flash Flooding
Henrietta 29
Severe thunderstorms produced hail as large as baseballs
in Byers in Clay County, and caused flash flooding in
Henrietta (also in Clay County) where up to 1 foot of
water flooded streets.

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