Daily Historical Weather for August 29
Severe thunderstorms struck parts of southwest and central Oklahoma late in the evening on August 29, 1991. Most of the damage was from straight-line winds. Rush Springs, in Grady County, experienced winds stronger than 80 mph, and a bus barn and several mobile homes were destroyed in the area. Just south of nearby Cement, in Caddo County, the wind blew over an oil drilling rig. The storms also produced large hail, with stones up to golf ball-size reported northeast of Durham, in Roger Mills County.