November 1995 Storm Data
OKLAHOMA, Western, Central, and Southeastern (OKC) OKZ004>053 November, 1995
Pushmataha County, 10 1825CST 0 0 Hail (0.75)
8 E Moyers
Jackson County, 10 1615CST 0 0 4 High Wind
A strong cold front moved across Oklahoma during the afternoon and evening of the 10th.
Temperatures rose into the 70s and 80s during the afternoon and then dropped into the 20s and 30s
by mid evening.
Ahead of the cold front, severe thunderstorms developed over southeast Oklahoma. A severe
thunderstorm over Pushmataha county produced 3/4-inch hail 8 miles east of Moyers. Behind the cold
front, strong gradient winds not associated with severe thunderstorms produced damaging winds over
southwest oklahoma. In Altus, strong gradient winds not associated with a severe thunderstorm
caused $30,000 in roof damage at a Super 10 Motel.
TEXAS, North (OKC) TXZ083>090 November 1995
Foard County, 10 1630CST 0 0 3 High Wind
Clay County, 10 1645CST 0 0 3 High Wind (50)
A strong cold front moved across north Texas during the late afternoon and evening of the 10th.
Temperatures rose into the 80s during the afternoon and then dropped into the 30s by mid evening.
Strong gradient winds associated with the cold frontal passage caused $2,700 in damage to a house
in Crowell. Also, in Henrietta, strong gradient winds not associated with a severe thunderstorm
tore a roof off of a former Texaco gas station at the intersection of Hwy. 82 and Hwy. 148.