Information on this webpage is considered preliminary and will continue to be updated as the event is analyzed.
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Severe thunderstorms on the evening of 19 May 2010 produced flooding, hail, wind damage and a few tornadoes in eastern Oklahoma.
Survey teams from the National Weather Service Office in Tulsa investigated storm paths in Pawnee County... Creek County ... and Tulsa Countiesy and Muskogee County. Other locations could also be examined.
On May 21, 2010, a survery team examined the area northwest of Glenpool where FAA Terminal Doppler Radar data showed a significant low-level rotation. Some tree damage was found, two privacy fences were damages and two homes lost a few shingles. But so far ther is not enough of a pattern to classify the damage as tornadic.
|NWS Doppler radar data showing a low-level rotation between Kellyville and Bristow, OK. 7:51 PM CDT 19 May 2010 (Green is air motion toward the Inola radar and red is air motion away from the radar.)||NWS Dopple radar data showing a hook echo pattern in the rflectivity data in Pawnee County, Oklahoma. 7:28 PM CDT 19 May 2010|
|NWS Doppler radar data showing a low-level rotation just east of Muskogee, OK. 7:56 PM CDT 19 May 2010 (Green is air motion toward the Inola radar and red is air motion away from the radar.)||FAA Terminal Doppler Radar velocity data showing a low-level rotation near Glenpool, OK. 8:50 PM CDT 19 May 2010 (Blue is air motion toward the radar in Broken Arrow and the hot colors is air motion away.|
|NWS Doppler radar data showing a low-level rotation just south of Okemah, OK. 8:10 PM CDT 19 May 2010 (Green is air motion toward the Inola radar and red is air motion away from the radar.)|| Supercell thunderstorm movinginto Tulsa County.
NWS Doppler radar data at 8:38 PM CDT 19 May 2010
Preliminary Event Impact Map This map will be updated as additional information is received. Click on the icons within the map for additional details related to that impact. Tornado information can be found by clicking on the track.
Tornado Tracks: Due to mapping/GPS software differences and road accessibility along the track, use the plotted tracks for general reference only. Tornado tracks may be updated and/or changed due to storm damage surveys, data analysis, and eyewitness reports.
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