Daily Historical Weather for May 29
During late evening hours of May 29, 2004, a significant severe weather outbreak occurred over western and central Oklahoma, mainly along and just north of Interstate-40. Quarter to golf ball-size hail was the most common size of hail that fell, but hailstones up to softball-size fell just east of Custer City. Damage surveys concluded that much of the wind damage was due to straight-line winds, but three F1 tornadoes did track across northwestern Canadian, central Logan, and northwest Lincoln counties.
Very strong thunderstorm winds raked across parts of southwest Oklahoma on May 29th and 30th, back in 1990. Winds gusted to 90 mph in Hobart, blowing the roof off the Hobart Medical Center, and damaging the roof of a radio station.