Storm data and unusual weather phenomena

Storm data and unusual weather phenomena

Storm Data and Unusual Weather Phenomena

April 2005

Time/ Path Path

Local Length Width

Location Date Standard (Miles) (Yards)

OREGON, Central and East

ORZ049 Grand Ronde Valley

06 0745PST

A brief wind gust of 59 MPH was recorded at

Union Junction, located four miles northwest

of the town of Union.

Morrow County

Ione 23 1150PST

1400PST

A flood control ditch was blocked in the

city of Ione when a thunderstorm with heavy

rain moved through the area. As a result

water backed up in the streets of the

downtown Ione area flooding several

businesses. One business reported having at

least 14 inches of water inside. No

significant damage was noted at any of the

businesses from the flash flood. The

property damage from this event is estimated

at $2,000.

Umatilla County

3 W Stanfield 23 1300PST

Umatilla County

10 SSW Hermiston 26 1300PST

1500PST

A rupture in a retaining wall of a

wastewater storage lagoon led to a dam

failure which sent 77 million gallons of

wastewater onto highway 207 south-southwest

of Hermiston, washing out part of the road,

and depositing several feet of silt on the

road. A resident across the highway ended up

with four feet of mud surrounding his home.

The flash flood also damaged lines in the

Westland Irrigation District. The storage

lagoon was at around half capacity at the

time of the flood.

OREGON, Northwest

Clackamas County

3 WNW Oregon City 22 1845PST

1915PST

Clackamas County

West Linn 22 1845PST

1915PST

OREGON, Southeast

NONE REPORTED.

OREGON, Southwest

ORZ021-021-021 South Central Oregon Coast

02 2030PST

03 0600PST

Recorded at Cape Blanco.

A High Wind Watch was issued for this event

at 02/0444 PST, but it was cancelled at

02/1455 PST and no warning was in effect

during the event. It was a localized event,

however, as winds at Cape Arago were well

below warning criteria. Winds met warning

criteria continuously at Cape Blanco from

02/2100 until 03/0600 PST. The first and

last verifying observations as well as the

highest sustained wind speed are listed

above. The last verifying gust was also the

highest one.

ORZ021-021-021-021- South Central Oregon Coast

021

07 2325PST

08 0830PST

Recorded at Cape Blanco.

A High Wind Warning was issued for the

coastal headlands of Oregon zones 0RZ021/022

at 08/0045 PST, effective until 08/0800 PST.

It was extended to 08/1100 PST at 08/0840

PST. It was cancelled at 08/1040 PST. The

warning verified continuously from 07/2325

PST through 08/0800 PST, except possibly at

08/0700 PST. The first and last verifying

observation is recorded above, along with

The Highest sustained wind and highest gust.

ORZ021-021-021 South Central Oregon Coast

10 2100PST

11 0000PST

Recorded at Cape Blanco.

No warning was issued for this brief high

wind event. The warning verified

continuously from 10/2100 PST until 11/000

PST. The first, last and maximum sustained

winds are recorded above, along with the

peak gust.

Josephine County

Grants Pass 27 1656PST

A spotter 4 NNW of Grants Pass recorded 3.60

inches of rain in one hour ending at 1630

PDT.

Josephine County

Grants Pass 27 1656PST

A spotter 2 N of Grants Pass recorded 2.00

inches of rain in one hour ending at 1630

PDT.

Josephine County

Merlin 27 1656PST

A spotter 2 SSW of Merlin recorded 2.00

inches of rain in 45 minutes ending at 1655

PDT. A Flash Flood Warning was issued for

northeastern Josephine County, including the

city of Grants Pass, at 27/1648 PDT

effective until 27/1815 PDT. The warning

was expired at 27/1814 PDT. The above

reports verify that extraordinarily heavy

rain (for this region) fell in the warning

area. Several other reports were received

indicating mud and debris on county roads

and street flooding in the city of Grants

Pass.

PACIFIC

GUZ005>006 Northern Marianas – Guam

06 0700SST

07 0000SST

Anatahan volcano, located 80 miles north of

Saipan and 205 miles north-northeast of

Guam, underwent a short but powerful

eruption around 0130 SST the morning of

April 6th, sending an ash/gas cloud up to

above 50,000 feet. The ash cloud moved of

Saipan and Tinian during the morning,

causing twilight-like darkness until nearly

1200 SST, and depositing 2 to 3 mm of gritty

black ash on both islands. Japan Air Lines

and Cape Air cancelled flights into and out

of Saipan, and most of the public schools

sent their students home.

The cloud slowly dispersed as it continued

south, leaving a trace of ash on Rota during

the afternoon, and on Guam that evening.

Micronesia

Pohnpei 29 1600SST

30 1600SST

A strong and persistent trade-wind

disturbance brought heavy rain to Pohnpei,

totaling 8.81 inches at the airport in the

24 hours ending at 1600 SST on April 30th.

There was one indirect fatality when a mane

in his early 40s was killed by a falling

tree during the heavy rain. Since winds were

light during the event, the tree must have

fallen as a result of loose soil conditions

and/or heavy rain loading.

PENNSYLVANIA, Central

PAZ056 Perry

02 1630EST

2245EST

Heavy rain caused Shermans Creek at Shermans

Dale to flood. The creek exceeded flood

stage of 9 feet at 16:30 EST on the 2nd,

crested at 9.36 feet at 18:15 EST on the

2nd, then fell back below flood stage at

22:45 EST on the 2nd.

PAZ058>059 Schuylkill – Lebanon

02 1700EST

1915EST

A low pressure system developed along the

western Gulf Coast on Friday April 1st, and

then tracked northeast into southwest

Pennsylvania by Saturday morning, April 2nd.

The low then slowly tracked into northeast

Pennsylvania by early Sunday morning on

April 3rd, while deepening rapidly.

Abundant moisture drawn from both the Gulf

of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean combined with

the dynamics from the strengthening storm

system to produce widespread heavy rainfall

across the lower Susquehanna Valley during

the daytime hours on Saturday. Average

rainfall amounts of 1 to 3 inches occurred

during this time. This heavy rainfall led to

numerous road closures as smaller streams

and creeks overflowed their banks during

Saturday afternoon and evening.

The heavy rainfall and subsequent flooding

abated during Saturday evening.

PAZ064 Adams

02 1700EST

03 0045EST

A low pressure system developed along the

western Gulf Coast on Friday April 1st, and

then tracked northeast into southwest

Pennsylvania by Saturday morning, April 2nd.

The low then slowly tracked into northeast

Pennsylvania by early Sunday morning on

April 3rd, while deepening rapidly.

Abundant moisture drawn from both the Gulf

of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean combined with

the dynamics from the strengthening stone

system to produce widespread heavy rainfall

across the lower Susquehanna Valley during

the daytime hours on Saturday. Average

rainfall amounts of 1 to 3 inches occurred

during this time. This heavy rainfall led to

to numerous road closures as smaller

streams and creeks overflowed their banks

during Saturday afternoon and evening. The

heavy rainfall tapered off Saturday night,

but subsequent flooding from runoff

persisted into early Sunday morning.

PAZ056>057-063- Perry – Dauphin – Cumberland –

065>066 York – Lancaster

02 1700EST

03 0930EST

A low pressure system developed along the

western Gulf Coast on Friday April 1st, and

then tracked northeast into southwest

Pennsylvania by Saturday morning, April 2nd.

The low then slowly tracked into northeast

Pennsylvania by early Sunday morning on

April 3rd, while deepening rapidly.

Abundant moisture drawn from both the Gulf

of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean combined with

the dynamics from the strengthening storm

system to produce widespread heavy rainfall

across the lower Susquehanna Valley during

the daytime hours on Saturday. Average

rainfall amounts of 1 to 3 inches occurred

during this time. This heavy rainfall led to

numerous road closures as smaller streams

and Creeks overflowed their banks during

Saturday afternoon and evening.

The heavy rainfall tapered off late

Saturday night, but subsequent flooding from

runoff persisted into Sunday morning.

PAZ063 Cumberland

02 1715EST

03 2100EST

Heavy rain caused Yellow Breeches Creek

at Camp Hill to flood. The creek

exceeded flood stage of 7 feet at 17:15

EST on the 2n crested at 8.26 feet at

00:30 EST on the 3rd, then fell back

below flood stage at 21:00 EST on the

3rd.

PAZ037 Tioga

02 1800EST

1915EST

Heavy rain caused the Tioga River at

Mansfield to flood. The river exceeded

flood stage of 12 feet at 18:00 EST on

the 2nd, crested at 12:30 feet at 18:30 EST

on the 2nd, then fell back below flood

stage at 19:15 EST on the 2nd

PAZ041-046-049>052 Northern – Lycoming – Southern Lycoming

– Union – Snyder – Montour – Northumberland

02 1900EST

03 1000EST

A low pressure system developed along

the western Gulf Coast on Friday April

1st, and then tracked northeast into

southwest Pennsylvania by Saturday

morning, April 2nd. The low then slowly

tracked into northeast Pennsylvania by

early Sunday morning on April 3rd,

while deepening rapidly.

Abundant moisture drawn from both the

Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean

combined with the dynamics from the

strengthening storm system to produce

widespread heavy rainfall across the

mid Susquehanna Valley during Saturday

afternoon and night. Average rainfall

amounts of 2 to 4 inches occurred

during this time. This heavy rainfall

led to numerous road closures as small

streams and creeks overflowed their

banks during Saturday evening into

Sunday morning. U.S. Route 11 was one

of the major roads closed during this

time between Shamokin Dam Borough in

Snyder County, and Northumberland

Borough in Northumberland County as a

result of flooding. The road was also

closed near Danville in Montour County.

In addition, the flooding led to

numerous evacuations in Montour and

Snyder Counties, particularly in the

vicinity of Danville well as within the

Borough of Selinsgrove Isle, where

approximately 125 residents were

evacuated. The heavy rainfall tapered

off late Saturday night, but subsequent

flooding from runoff persisted into

Sunday morning.

PAZ053 Columbia

02 1900EST

03 1600EST

A low pressure system developed along

the western Gulf Coast on Friday April

1st, and then tracked northeast into

southwest Pennsylvania by Saturday

morning, April 2nd. The low then slowly

tracked into northeast Pennsylvania by

early Sunday morning on April 3rd,

while deepening rapidly.

Abundant moisture drawn from both the

Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean

combined with the dynamics from the

strengthening storm system to produce

widespread heavy rainfall across the

mid Susquehanna Valley during the

daytime hours on Saturday. Average

rainfall amounts of 2 to 4 inches

occurred during this time. This heavy

rainfall led to numerous road closures

as small streams and creeks overflowed

their banks during Saturday afternoon

and night.

The widespread flooding led to numerous

evacuations in portions of Columbia

County, particularly in the vicinity of

Bloomsburg where approximately 250 to

350 homes were evacuated. In addition,

the Sewage Treatment Plant was shut

down in Bloomsburg. Columbia County was

officially declared as a Federal

Disaster Area as a result of the

flooding impacts from this event.

The heavy rainfall tapered off early

Sunday morning, but subsequent flooding

from runoff persisted into Sunday

afternoon.

PAZ059 Lebanon

02 2015EST

04 0500EST

Heavy rain caused Swatara Creek at

Harper Tavern to flood. The creek

exceeded flood stage of 9 feet at 20:15

EST on the 2nd, crested at 11.9 feet at

13:00 EST on the 3rd, then fell back

below flood stage at 05:00 EST on the

4th.

PAZ046 Southern Lycoming

03 0000EST

05 0100EST

Heavy rain caused the West Branch

Susquehanna River at Montgomery to

flood. The river exceeded flood stage

of 17 feet at 00:00 EST on the 3rd,

crested at 20.3 feet at 11:25 EST on

the 3rd, then fell back below flood

stage at 01:00 EST on the 5th.

PAZ063 Cumberland

03 0230EST

2200EST

Heavy rain caused Conodoguinet Creek at

Hogestown to flood. The creek exceeded

flood stage of 8 feet at 02:30 EST on

the 3rd, crested at 8.42 feet at 12:30

EST on the 3rd, then fell back below

flood stage at 22:00 EST on the 3rd.

PAZ057 Dauphin

03 0300EST

04 1100EST

Heavy rain caused Swatara Creek at

Hershey to flood. The creek exceeded

flood stage of 7 feet at 03:00 EST on

the 3rd, crested 8.01 feet at 22:15 EST

on the 3rd, then fell back below flood

stage at 11:00 EST on the 4th.

PAZ053 Columbia

03 0445EST

06 1400EST

Heavy rain caused the Susquehanna River

at Bloomsburg flood. The river exceeded

flood stage of 19 feet at 04:45 EST on

the 3rd crested at 25.09 feet at 04:30

EST on the 4th, then fell back below

flood stage at 14:00 EST on the 6th.

PAZ046 Southern Lycoming

03 0700EST

04 0100EST

Heavy rain caused the West Branch

Susquehanna River at Muncy to flood.

The river exceeded flood stage of 20

feet at 07:00 EST on the 3rd, crested

at 20.3 feet at 10:00 EST on the 3rd,

then fell back below flood stage at

01:00 EST on the 4th.

PAZ049 Union

03 0700EST

04 0300EST

Heavy rain caused the West Branch of

the Susquehanna River at Lewisburg to

flood. The river exceeded flood stage

of 18 feet at 07:00 EST on the 3rd,

crested at 19.4 feet at 15:45 EST on

the 3rd, then fell back below flood

stage at 03:00 EST on the 4th.

PAZ051>052 Montour – Northumberland

03 0700EST

06 1215EST

Heavy rain caused the Susquehanna River

at Danville to flood. The river

exceeded flood stage of 20 feet at

07:00 EST on the 3r crested at 24.28

feet at 08:00 EST on the 4th, then fell

back below flood stage at 12:15 EST on

the 6th.

PAZ057 Dauphin

03 0700EST

04 0500EST

Heavy rain caused Swatara Creek at

Middletown to flood. The creek exceeded

flood stage of 11 feet at 07:00 EST on

the 3rd, crested at 12.6 feet at 19:00

EST on the 3rd, then fell back below

flood stage at 05:00 EST on the 4th.

PAZ049-052 Union – Northumberland

03 0730EST

2030EST

Heavy rain caused the West Branch

Susquehanna River at Milton to flood.

The river exceeded flood stage of 19

feet at 07:30 EST on the 3rd, crested

at 20.1 feet at 13:00 EST on the 3rd,

then fell back below flood stage at

20:30 EST on the 3rd.

PAZ050-052 Snyder – Northumberland

03 0930EST

05 0700EST

Heavy rain caused the Susquehanna River

at Sunbury to flood. The river exceeded

flood stage of 24 feet at 09:30 EST on

the 3rd crested at 26.15 feet at 23:00

EST on the 3rd, then fell back below

flood stage at 07:00 EST on the 5th.

PAZ004-024-033 Warren – Cambria – Somerset

03 1300EST

2300EST

A low pressure system developed along

the western Gulf Coast on Friday, April

1st, and then tracked northeast into

southwest Pennsylvania by Saturday

morning, April 2nd. The low then slowly

tracked into northeast Pennsylvania by

early Sunday morning on April 3rd,

while deepening rapidly. Abundant

moisture, combined with colder air

wrapping around the western side of the

storm system, produced heavy wet snow

across the western mountains of

Pennsylvania from late Saturday night

into Sunday afternoon. Snowfall amounts

ranged from 6 to 12 inches across the

region, with the greatest amounts

across the higher elevations. Localized

amounts in excess of one foot occurred

in northern portions of Warren County.

The combination of heavy snow, along

with strong northwest winds gusting up

to 50 mph produced whiteout conditions

at times across the higher elevations.

In addition, numerous tree limbs fell

due to the weight of heavy snow, some

of which led to down power lines and

scattered power outages. There were

also several road closures across the

highest elevations due to the significant

snowfall accumulations. The heavy snow

tapered off to scattered snow showers

and flurries by early Sunday night.

PAZ065>066 York – Lancaster

03 1400EST

06 0030EST

Heavy rain caused the Susquehanna River

at Marietta to flood. The river

exceeded flood stage of 49 feet at

14:00 EST on the 3r crested at 51.71

feet at 10:00 EST on the 4th, then fell

back below flood stage at 00:30 EST on

the 6th.

PAZ057-063 Dauphin – Cumberland

03 1630EST

05 0730EST

Heavy rain caused the Susquehanna River

at Harrisburg to flood. The river

exceeded flood stage of 17 feet at

16:30 EST on the crested at 18.87 feet

at 05:30 EST on the 4th, then fell back

below flood stage at 07:30 EST on the

5th.

Franklin County

St Thomas 23 1417EST

A thunderstorm produced quarter size

/1.00 inch/ hail in St. Thomas.

PENNSYLVANIA, East

Lehigh County

Southeast Portion 07 2300EST

08 0200EST

Heavy rain that fell on already

saturated ground conditions caused

stream flooding in southeastern Lehigh

County. Rain began falling during the

early evening and fell at its heaviest

between 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. EDT. The

rain ended shortly after Midnight EDT on

the 8th. Doppler Radar storm total

estimates reached between 1.0 and 1.5

inches in southeastern parts of the

county. Several roads were closed due to

the flooding in Upper Saucon Township.

Bucks County

Northwest Portion 07 2300EST

08 0200EST

Heavy rain that fell on already

saturated ground conditions caused

stream flooding in northwestern Bucks

County. Rain began falling during the

early evening and fell at its heaviest

between 9 p.m. and 11 p.m. EDT. The

rain ended during the early morning on

the 8th. Doppler Radar storm total

estimates reached between 1.0 and 1.5

inches near the Lehigh and Northampton

County line Actual storm totals

included 1.59 inches in Springtown and

1.32 inches in Riegelsville.

Berks County

Central Portion 08 0101EST

0631EST

Heavy rain that fell on already

saturated ground conditions caused

stream flooding in central and southern

Berks County. Rain began falling during

the early evening and fell at its

heaviest between 8 p.m. and 11 p.m.

EDT. The rain ended shortly after

Midnight EDT on the 8th. Doppler Radar

storm total estimates reached between

1.0 and 1.5 inches in the central part

of the county. The heavy rain caused

flooding along the Manatawny Creek. At

Spangville, the creek was above its 6

foot flood stage from 201 a.m. EDT

through 731 a.m. EDT on the 8th. It

crested at 6.77 feet at 445 a.m. EDT.

Actual storm totals included 1.26

inches at Blue Marsh Dam and 1.12

inches in Reading.

PAZ062 Northampton

10 1300EST

1400EST

A wildfire burned about five acres of

brush in East Allen Township in the

vicinity of Sickle Road.

PAZ055 Monroe

14 1930EST

2100EST

A fire that started in a trailer then

spread into the woods at the Pocono

Mountain Campsite in Pocono Township

during the even of the 14th. It took a

dozen firefighters from three township

fire companies to extinguish the blaze.

In addition to the trail nearby

structure was also damaged.

PAZ055 Monroe

17 1600EST

1900EST

A brush fire consumed about four acres

of state gamelands in southeastern

Coolbaugh Township near the Barrett

Township border. The fire started near

a hiking trail. Three fire companies

extinguished the fire before before it

reached houses within a large private

community The combination of dry weather

since April 8th, low humidity levels,

typically windy conditions found in

April and leftover debris from the

January ice storms led to a 30 day

outdoor burning ban in all of Carbon

County that started on April A dozen

townships in Monroe County also banned

all outdoor burning. The Bureau of

State Parks banned campfires in parts

of the Poconos. Dry conditions and

wildfire problems extended south into

the Lehigh Valley. In North Whitehall

Township (Lehigh County), fire

personnel responded to about 50 calls

for minor brush or grass fires during

the month of April.

Northampton County

East Portion 23 1640EST

2100EST

Thunderstorms with heavy rain caused

poor drainage flooding and small stream

flooding in the eastern part of

Northampton County. The heavy rain also

caused a couple of mudslides. A couple

of motorists were stranded in flood

waters in Palmer Township and Wilson

Borough. A mudslide caused the closure

of Pennsylvania State Route 611 in

Forks Township and another roadway in

Wind Gap Borough. Actual storm totals

included 3.20 inches in Forks Township.

Delaware County

Aston Mills 23 1915EST

Lightning struck a home in Aston and

the ensuing fire badly damaged the

interior of the home. No injuries were

reported.

PENNSYLVANIA, Northeast

PAZ038 Bradford

01 0000EST

07 1153EST

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 3 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the Susquehanna River at Waverly, NY /

Sayre, PA was already above its 11 foot

flood stage due to a previous rainstorm

March 28th and snowmelt. By the time the

river fell below flood stage most of

the snow had melted. The Susquehanna

River at Waverly, NY / Sayre, PA

crested at 20.88 feet at 12:00 AM EST

on April 4th, then fell back below

flood stage on the 7th. This was the

3rd highest flood crest. Sayre and

Athens had significant damage to roads,

houses, and businesses.

PAZ039 Susquehanna

01 0000EST

06 2025EST

The Susquehanna River at Conklin, NY

continued above its flood stage of 11

feet into April. This high water was

due to 1 to 3 inches of rain and more

snowmelt the last week of March. A slow

moving storm from the Ohio Valley

brought 2 to 3 inches of rain on April

2nd and 3rd. In additional several

inches of water equivalent added to the

runoff by snowmelt. Little snow was

left a the storm. This additional rain

and snowmelt caused the Susquehanna

River at Conklin, NY to rise rapidly to

a second higher crest of 18.08 feet at 9

AM EST on April 3rd. This was the 8th

highest crest at Conklin. The river

fell below flood stage the evening of April

6th. This caused flooding upstream in

Great Bend and Lanesboro, Pennsylvania.

A trailer park in Great Bend was

evacuated before the road to it was

flooded. 13 to 14 feet at Conklin

causes the road to flood. Some roads

were damaged.

PAZ048-072 Pike – Southern Wayne

02 1833EST

04 0630EST

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers had high flows due to a

previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow

melted. The Lackawaxen River at Hawley

rose to its flood stage of 11 feet the

evening of the 2nd, crested at 15.25

feet at 18:33 PM on the 3rd, then fell

back below flood stage on the 4th. This

was the fourth highest crest on record.

The high crest was partially due to

Lake Wallenpaupack making high releases.

Pike County

Countywide 02 1900EST

03 0700EST

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers and streams had high flows

due to a previous rainstorm March 28th

and snowmelt. All towns were affected

in the county by flash flooding.

Numerous roads, bridges and buildings

were damaged. All streams and creeks

were out of their banks.

Wayne County

Countywide 02 1900EST

03 0700EST

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 1 to 3 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers and streams had high flows

due to a previous rainstorm March 28th

and snowmelt. All towns were affected

in the county by flash flooding. Roads,

bridges and buildings were damaged. The

hardest hit areas from the flash

flooding were in the northern part of

the county. Some of the towns most

impacted were Damascus, Manchester,

Scott, Buckingham, Starucca, and Mt.

Pleasant. Numerous creeks and streams

came out of their banks.

Susquehanna County

Countywide 02 1900EST

03 0700EST

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers and streams had high flows

due to a previous rainstorm March 28th

and snowmelt. All towns were affected

in the county by flash flooding. Roads

and buildings were damaged. The hardest

hit areas from the flash flooding were

in Lanesboro, Great Bend, Lenox

township, and Silver Lake. Numerous

streams and creeks came out of their

banks.

Bradford County

Countywide 02 1900EST

03 0700EST

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers and streams had high flows

due to a previous rainstorm March 28th

and snowmelt. All towns were affected

in the county by flash flooding. Roads,

bridges and buildings were damaged. The

hardest hit areas were around the Wysox

and Wyalusing Creeks, and the town of

Troy. Numerous creeks and streams came

out of their banks.

Wyoming County

Countywide 02 1900EST

03 0700EST

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers and streams had high flows

due to a previous rainstorm March 28th

and snowmelt. All towns were affected

in the county by flash flooding. Roads,

bridges and buildings were damaged.

Numerous streams and creeks came out of

their banks.

Luzerne County

Countywide 02 1900EST

03 0700EST

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers and streams had high flows

due to a previous rainstorm March 28th

and snowmelt. All towns were affected

in the county by flash flooding. Roads,

bridges and buildings were damaged. The

hardest hit areas from the flash

flooding were in Huntington township

Hunlock township, and Mountaintop.

Numerous creeks and streams came out of

their banks.

Lackawanna County

Countywide 02 1900EST

03 0700EST

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers and streams had high flows

due to a previous rainstorm March 28th

and snowmelt. All towns were affected

in the county by flash flooding. Roads,

bridges and buildings were damaged. The

hardest hit areas from the flash

flooding were in Elmhurst, Greenfiel

Scott, and Springfield township. 12

businesses had damage in South Abington

Township along a tributary of Leech

Creek. Numerous other creeks and

streams came out of their banks.

PAZ040 Northern Wayne

02 1920EST

04 2150EST

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers had high flows due to a

previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow

melted. The West Branch of the Delaware

River at Hale Eddy rose to its flood

stage of 11 feet the evening of the

2nd, crested 14.12 feet at 4:00 AM on

the 3rd, then fell back below flood

stage on the 4th. For a few hours State

Route 17, which is to become Interstate

86, was closed in both directions

between Deposit and Hancock.

PAZ040 Northern Wayne

02 1945EST

04 0700EST

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers had high flows due to a

previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow

melted. The Delaware River at Callicoon

rose to its flood stage of 12 feet the

evening of the 2nd, crested at 17.97

feet at 8: on the 3rd, then fell back

below flood stage the morning of the

4th. This was the flood of record. The

next highest crest was feet from the

remnants of hurricane Ivan the previous

September.

PAZ038 Bradford

02 2010EST

06 0221EST

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 3 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the Susquehanna River had high flows due

to a previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow had

melted. The Susquehanna River at

Towanda rose to its flood stage of 16

feet late on the 2nd, crested at 23.05

fee 11:30 PM on the 3rd, then fell back

below flood stage on the 6th. This was

the 17th highest flood crest. Flooding

caused road Closures, evacuations, and

basement flooding.

PAZ044 Lackawanna

02 2130EST

03 0542EST

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers had high flows due to a

previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow

melted. The Lackawanna River at Old

Forge rose to its flood stage of 11

feet late on the 2nd, crested at 11.76

feet at 3:45 AM the 3rd, then fell back

below flood stage shortly thereafter.

PAZ043 Wyoming

02 2205EST

03 1152EST

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 3 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers had high flows due to a

previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow

melted. The Tunkhannock Creek at

Tunkhannock rose to its flood stage of

11 feet late on the 2nd, crested at

14.44 feet at 5:30 on the 3rd, then

fell back below flood stage midday on

the 3rd. This was the fourth highest

crest on record.

PAZ043 Wyoming

02 2231EST

06 0412EST

The Susquehanna River at Meshoppen had

elevated river flows due to several

inches of rain and snowmelt the end of

March into early April. A slow moving

storm from the Ohio Valley brought 2 to

3 inches of rain on April 2nd and 3rd.

In additional to the rain, snowmelt

added more runoff. Little snow was left

after this storm exited. The river came

back above the flood stage of 2 feet

the evening of the 3rd, crested at

34.06 feet at 6:30 AM on the 3rd,

before falling back below flood stage

on the 6th. By time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow had

melted. This was the 5th highest flood

crest at Meshoppen.

PAZ048 Pike

02 2301EST

04 0708EST

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers had high flows due to a

previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow

melted. The Delaware River at Barryville

rose to its flood stage of 17 feet the

evening of the 2nd, crested at an

estimated 24, at 9:00 AM on the 3rd,

then fell back below flood stage the

morning of the 4th. This was the second

highest flood of record an Highest in

almost 50 years.

PAZ047 Luzerne

03 0015EST

06 1400EST

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 3 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the Susquehanna River had high flows due

to a previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow had

melted. The Susquehanna River at

Wilkes-Barre rose its flood stage of 22

feet early on the 3rd, crested at 30.94

at 8:30 AM EST on April 3rd, then fell

back below flood stage on the 6th. This

was the 11th highest flood crest. Over

100 buildings flooded. Plymouth,

Shickshinny, West Nanticoke,

Plainsville, and Jenkins were the worst

hit.

PAZ048 Pike

03 0229EST

04 0555EST

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers had high flows due to a

previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow

melted. The Delaware River at Montague,

NJ (near Milford, PA) rose to its flood

stage of 25 feet the early on the 3rd,

crested 31.69 feet at 3:00 PM on the

3rd, then fell back below flood stage

the morning of the 4th. This was the

third highest flood of and the highest

in almost 50 years. In Dingmans Ferry,

the bridge across the Delaware River

was closed. The river crest was 3 under

the bridge. Many roads along the river

were damaged.

PAZ048 Pike

03 0230EST

2121EST

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers had high flows due to a

previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow

melted. The Delaware River at Port

Jervis, NY and Matamoras, PA rose to

its flood stage of 18 feet early on the

3rd, crested a 20.53 feet at 12:15 PM

on the 3rd, then fell back below flood

stage later that day. This was the

fifth highest flood of record state of

emergency was declared in Matamoras.

100 homes were damaged. 15 homes had

damage to the foundations and were

Condemned.

PENNSYLVANIA, Northwest

PAZ001>003 Northern Erie – Souther Erie – Crawford

02 0800EST

03 1700EST

A strong area of low pressure moved

northeast from Texas to western

Pennsylvania during the early morning

hours of the 2nd. Heavy wet snow fell

across northwest Pennsylvania during

the day on the 2nd. The wet snow, in

combination with strong winds, brought

down many trees and power lines causing

thousands of homes to lose power.

Blizzard like conditions were observed

at times. The snow continued through

the evening of the 2nd. As the low

pulled away, strong north to northwest

winds developed behind the low center

allowing lake effect snow to quickly

intensify during the early morning

hours of the 3rd. Gusty winds to mph

were reported across Northwest

Pennsylvania. Officially, 14.8 inches

of snow fell at Erie International

Airport. Some of the higher snowfall

totals included; 33 inches at Colt

Station (Erie County), 22 inches in

Amity Township (Erie County), 21.9 at

Franklin Center (Erie County) and 16.5

inches in Cambridge Springs (Crawford

County). During the event, hundreds of

accidents were reported.

PENNSYLVANIA, West

PAZ007>009- Mercer – Venango – Forest – Butler

014>015-022-032 – Clarion – Armstrong – Fayette

03 0200EST

1200EST

Surface low pressure passed over

Huntington, WV. Then it intensified and

moved into northeastern Pennsylvania.

Heavy snow started on the northwest

side of the storm after 8 PM on 2nd.

Mountains started snowing by 11 PM on

2nd. Total snowfalls: 6 inches in

Cooksburg, Mercer, Oil City and Piney

Dam; 7 in Chalkhill and Freeport; 8 in

Saxonburg; 9 West Hickory. Several tree

fell in Oil City (Venango Co) from the

weight of the snow.

Lawrence County

Neshannock Falls 20 1640EST

Trees blown down.

Beaver County

New Brighton 20 1642EST

Trees down. Wind damage to the roof of

1 house.

Beaver County

Rochester 20 1650EST

Large tree blown down, blocking Main

St. And on Rte 168, trees and power

lines down.

Butler County

Zelienople 20 1715EST

Trees down.

Allegheny County

Glenshaw 20 1726EST

Trees and power lines down.

Allegheny County

Wexford 20 1736EST

Trees down.

Westmoreland

County

Jeanette 20 1745EST

Trees down.

PUERTO RICO

Western Interior

Lares 11 1505AST

2300AST

Heavy rains affected the municipality

of Lares during the afternoon causing a

landslide at Barrio La Cuadra and which

threaten with flooding 12 homes in

Barrio Seboruquillo. A clogged sinkhole

was responsible for the flooding. The

Emergency management Agency recorded

5.38 inches of rain during the

afternoon.

Western Interior

San Sebastian 11 1615AST

1800AST

Spotter reported rainfall accumulations

of around four inches.

PRZ005 North Central

11 1838AST

2238AST

River Cibuco was reported out of its

banks in Vega Alta.

North Central

Vega Alta 11 1840AST

2040AST

Road 690 at Barrio Cerro Gordo was

reported flooded. The small stream

Machuchal and Rivers Maravilla and

Cibuco were reported to be rising.

PRZ008 Northwest

11 2122AST

2359AST

River Culebrinas was reported out of

its banks along road 418 and at th

Margarita Dam.

North Central

Dorado 12 1530AST

1730AST

Road 19 was reported flooded and

impassable.

PRZ005-005-009 North Central – Western Interior

12 1630AST

2315AST

Flooded homes and streets were reported

at Bajura camping in the municipality

of Vega Alta.

PRZ009 Western Interior

12 1740AST

Landslide reported at Barrio Espino in

Lares municipality.

San Juan And

Vicinity

Carolina 18 1440AST

1640AST

Flooding was reported along road 180

and part of the Isla Verde area.

San Juan And

Vicinity

San Juan 18 1440AST

Urban and street flooding was reported

in Puerto Nuevo, Kennedy Avenue, Barrio

Obrero in Santurce, and at Embalse San

Jose.

San Juan And

Vicinity

Toa Baja 19 1520AST

Homes were reported flooded at Barrio

Candelaria, Villa Clemente, and

Candelaria Arenas.

San Juan And

Vicinity

Bayamon 19 1550AST

A home was reported flooded at Santa

Monica neighborhood in Bayamon.

PRZ002 Northeast

19 1615AST

2015AST

A bridge was washed away by the rains in

Humacao municipality.

PRZ009 Western Interior

19 1704AST

Road 140, km. 40.1 in Utuado was reported

flooded.

PRZ009 Western Interior

19 1704AST

Landslide was reported in Utuado

municipality.

North Central

Manati 19 1750AST

Highway 2 and road 149 were reported

impassable.

San Juan And

Vicinity

Toa Baja 19 1750AST

Thirty homes were reported flooded at

Barrio Candelaria.

Northeast

Ceiba 19 1800AST

Afternoon showers and thunderstorms

produced 5 to 6 inches of rainfall across

portions of the Luquillo rainforest.

Runoff from this rainfall caused the

River Fajardo to swell. The flood wave

had already passed, however the river

current remained strong when two

individuals swimming in the river

were unable to escape the strong

current, and drowned.

M28IW, M17IW

San Juan And

Vicinity

Southeast Portion 19 1800AST

A home was reported flooded at Las Lomas

in Rio Piedras.

North Central

Manati 19 1820AST

A flooded home was reported along road 685.

North Central

Barceloneta 19 1824AST

A flooded home was reported at Barrio

Garrochales, three flooded homes were

reported at Cano Tiburon.

North Central

Vega Alta 20 1335AST

Urban and street flooding was reported

along Highway 2, and Barrio Bajura, a

home was reported flooded in Sector

Manantial.

North Central

Barceloneta 20 1342AST

Highway 2 was reported flooded along

Pfizer and Abbot Labs.

San Juan And

Vicinity

Toa Baja 20 1355AST

A flooded home was reported at Barrio

Candelaria, along road 865.

San Juan And

Vicinity

San Juan 20 2205AST

Urban and street flooding was reported at

Bechara Industrial Park in San Juan.

San Juan And

Vicinity

San Juan 21 1605AST

A small stream was reported out of its

banks in Barrio Obrero, Santurce. A

flooded home was reported in San Jose,

Rio Piedras.

San Juan And

Vicinity

Toa Baja 21 1620AST

A home was reported flooded at Barrio

Ingenio.

San Juan And

Vicinity

San Juan 21 1630AST

A flooded home was reported in San Jos,

Rio Piedras.

North Central

Vega Alta 21 1712AST

Urban and street flooding was reported in

Barrio Carmelita, Brenas, road 1 and

Palma real, and along road 690.

North Central

Dorado 21 1731AST

A resident reported a small stream flooded

near Barrio San Carlos.

San Juan And

Vicinity

San Juan 21 2130AST

Ten homes were reported flooded in low

lying areas of San Juan like Barrio

Obrero in Santurce, and San Jose in

Rio Piedras.

San Juan And

Vicinity

Carolina 22 1120AST

Urban flooding was reported in Carolina

along Montserrate Final Avenue, in front

of 711 store, and along road 65th Infantry

in front of El Comandante.

PRZ001-005-005 San Juan And Vicinity – North Central

22 1430AST

1457AST

Fallen tree along highway 2 in the Toa

Baja municipality between La Virgencita

and Holsum.

North Central

Vega Baja 22 1453AST

A flooded home was reported in Barrio

Pueblo.

PRZ005 North Central

22 1538AST

Landslide reported at Barrio Santa Rosa

in Vega Alta.

North Central

Dorado 22 1545AST

Flooded home was reported at the Chorro

de Maguayo sector.

Northwest

Camuy 22 1609AST

Flooded home was reported at Barrio

Sabana.

PRZ005 North Central

22 1520AST

Strong winds blew off the zinc roof of a

home at Barrio Rio Lajas, Los Ayalas

sector in the municipality of Toa Alta.

PRZ001 San Juan And Vicinity

22 1750AST

Strong winds blew off a tent which fell

over power lines at Hermanas Davila in

Bayamon City.

PRZ005 North Central

22 1800AST

Landslide was reported at Barrio Almirante

Norte, road 160 in the municipality of

Vega Baja.

North Central

Arecibo 22 1803AST

A flooded home was reported at Sector

Arenas.

North Central

Arecibo 22 1828AST

A flooded home was reported at Barrio

Santana.

North Central

Arecibo 22 1950AST

Urban flooding was reported at Barrio

Bajadero.

Ponce And Vicinity

Juana Diaz 22 2145AST

Road 149, Intersection with road 552 was

reported impassable.

PRZ005-008>009 North Central – Northwest – Western

Interior

23 0904AST

0923AST

Landslide was reported at Barrio Bajadero,

Sector Carreras 2 in the Arecibo

municipality.

PRZ001 San Juan And Vicinity

27 1500AST

Street flooding and water over a small

bridge were reported at Villa Nevarez

in Rio Piedras.

Ponce And Vicinity

Ponce 29 1530AST

1900AST

Afternoon showers and thunderstorms caused

urban flooding in the city of Ponce. A

spotter reported 4.92 inches of rain for

the period from 1530-1850.

RHODE ISLAND

RIZ001 Northwest Providence

02 2102EST

03 0019EST

Low pressure moving through the mid

Atlantic states brought strong southeast

winds to parts of southern New England,

including the higher elevations of

northern Rhode Island where a gust to

58 mph was reported by an amateur radio

operator. Several trees were blown down

in Foster and Burrillville. There were

no reports of injuries.

SOUTH CAROLINA, Central

Richland County

4 NW Pontiac 08 1612EST

Sheriff reported 3/4 inch hail near the

Clemson Ag Experimental Station.

Fairfield County

2 SSW Winnsboro to 08 1807EST

3 SE Blair 1815EST

Public called in with a couple of reports

of penny size hail.

Lancaster County

Lancaster 08 1820EST

Lightning struck a home on Westmoreland

Drive and caused significant damage.

Newberry County

6 S Whitmire 12 1849EST 0.2 60

1850EST

FOX TV reported a tornado briefly touched

down near hwys 176 and 121. The twister

only damaged some trees.

Lexington County

Red Bank 12 1955EST

HAM radio operator reported 3/4 inch hail.

Aiken County

North Augusta 22 1411EST

SKYWARN HAM reported golf ball size hail.

Newberry County

Chappells 22 1515EST

Sheriff reported several trees down in

Chappells.

Aiken County

North Augusta 22 1525EST

Public reported nickel size hail.

Saluda County

2 E Saluda 22 1525EST

Sheriff reported 3/4 inch hail on

hwy 378.

Aiken County

Aiken 22 1535EST

SKYWARN HAM reported 3/4 inch hail.

Lexington County

8 NW Lexington 22 1540EST

SKYWARN HAM reported 3/4 inch hail at

Lake Murray.

Saluda County

Batesburg 22 1545EST

SKYWARN HAM reported 3/4 inch hail.

Aiken County

Clearwater 22 1550EST

Sheriff reported 3/4 inch hail.

Aiken County

New Ellenton 22 1550EST

Sheriff reported trees down on Cedar

Branch Road and also Windy Lane.

Aiken County

North Augusta 22 1600EST

1615EST

Sheriff reported trees and powerlines

down.

Richland County

2 NNE Ballentine 22 1600EST

Public reported 3/4 inch hail in the

Ballentine and south Chapin areas.

Lexington County

10 E Lexington 22 1610EST

Emergency Manager reported several trees

down in Oak Grove.

Fairfleld County

5 E Blair to 22 1615EST

Jenkinsville

Sheriff reported trees down over the

western portions of the county.

Richland County

Columbia 22 1637EST

Highway dept reported several trees down

around the city of Columbia.

Calhoun County

15 NW St Matthews 22 1638EST

Electric coop reported large branches and

powerlines down just north of Sandy Run.

Orangeburg County

11 SW Orangeburg to 22 1640EST

7 SW Orangeburg 1650EST

Sheriff reported trees down on hwy 70 and

also Slab Landing Road.

Fairfield County

6 ESE Ridgeway 22 1641EST

Highway dept reported several trees down.

Kershaw County

Lugoff 22 1646EST

Public reported ping pong ball size hail.

Richland County

Hopkins 22 1652EST

Electric coop reported trees and

powerlines down.

Calhoun County

1 N St Matthews 22 1655EST

Sheriff reported trees down on U.S. 601

just north of St. Matthews.

Bamberg County

Countywide 22 1700EST

Sheriff reported trees down across the

county.

Barnwell County

Williston to 22 1700EST

Blackville 1715EST

Pilot reported numerous trees and

powerlines down from Williston to

Blackville.

Sumter County

Shaw Afb 22 1715EST

Shaw military police reported several

trees down on the base.

Orangeburg County

Santee 22 1744EST

Electric coop reported trees and

powerlines down in Santee.

Mccormick County

16 NW Mc Cormick 30 0857EST

Sheriff reported a couple of trees down

on hwy 823 near Mt. Carmel.

Mccormick County

12 SSE Mc Cormick 30 0923EST

Park Service reported powerlines and

large signs blown down.

Lexington County

Pelion to 30 1112EST

South Congaree 1126EST

Utility company reported some trees and

powerlines down from Pelion to S.

Congaree.

SOUTH CAROLINA, North Coastal

NOT RECEIVED.

SOUTH CAROLINA, Northwest

SCZ004-006-019 Greater Oconee – Greater Greenville –

Greenwood

02 1200EST

1900EST

High winds developed around noon across

the Upstate, and continued through the

afternoon hours. Numerous trees and power

lines were blown down, some onto vehicles.

At least one tree fell on and damaged a

home in Greenwood County.

Pickens County

Central 05 1400EST

Recent heavy rain (3.27 inches reported at

KAND from 3/27 through 4/2) were blamed

for washing away the underpinnings of a

county road passing through the campus

of Southern Wesleyan University. A small

sinkhole developed in the middle of the

road as a result. A 35-year-old male

employee of the university died of

suffocation (indirect) when he fell

in the hole.

Anderson County

6 SSE Anderson 12 1755EST

1800EST

Anderson County

Honea Path 12 1815EST

Several trees blown down and shingles

off a roof.

Abbeville County

Donalds 12 1815EST

Also, public reported 1.00 inch hail 3 NW

of the town of Due West around the same

time. Public also reported 0.88 inch

hail in Donalds.

Anderson County

10 SE Anderson to 12 1815EST 3 50

12 SE Anderson

This weak tornado touched down near highway

185, just east of the 413 intersection,

where some pine trees were snapped. The

tornado produced intermittent damage over

the next 3 miles. Large tree limbs were

blown down just east of Wright Elementary.

The tornado continued east/northeast,

causing roof damage to a church near

Saylors Crossing. A pine tree was uprooted

near this location as well. The tornado

blew down some large limbs before lifting

near the intersection of SSR 119 and

highway 20. Public works also reported

ping-pong ball sized hail in the southern

part of the county at this time (exact

location unspecified).

Abbeville County

Donalds to 12 1815EST

6 N Due West

Trees and power lines down. Lines also

reported down 6 miles north of the town

of Due West.

Abbeville County

Abbeville 12 1820EST

Numerous trees and power lines blown down

in and around the city. At least one tree

fell on a house.

Abbeville County

3 NW Donalds 12 1830EST

Greenwood County

Hodges 12 1852EST

Spotter also relayed non-specific report

of large hail. Also non-specific report

of large hail 3 SE Hodges along

highway 25.

Laurens County

Laurens 12 1915EST

Laurens County

Waterloo 12 1915EST

Trees down in Waterloo.

Oconee County

Salem 22 1355EST

Golfball sized hail also reported on

Little River Baptist Church Road,

5 miles NNW of Salem at 1:57 PM EST.

Oconee County

Salem 22 1400EST

Lightning struck a barn, starting

a small fire.

Abbeville County

Lowndesville 22 1410EST

Oconee County

Seneca 22 1415EST

A 60 foot tree reported on a house with

some structural damage in Seneca. Ham

radio report of numerous trees down

across southern Oconee County. Several

roads were closed due to fallen trees.

Newspaper reported 600 customers lost

power.

Pickens County

8 WNW Pickens 22 1415EST

Spotter estimated winds of 75 to

100 mph. He counted over 100 large

trees uprooted in a divergent pattern

in a 25 acre area near the Keowee

Mountain Estates off of highway 133

near Nine Times.

Pickens County

Six Mile 22 1416EST

Pickens County

6 WNW Pickens to 22 1420EST

Liberty

Divergent damage path ran from the

intersection of Shady Grove and Martin

School Rds to highway 178 north of

Pickens. Spotter estimated 65 mph winds

in Pickens. Several trees and lines down

from Pickens to Liberty. At least one

tree fell on a house near Liberty High

School. A car was blown into another

car at the Nissan plant near Liberty.

Pickens County

3 NNW Pickens to 22 1426EST 8 75

6 NE Pickens 1431EST

This tornado touched down just northwest

of Pickens, where 3 barns were destroyed

near the intersection of Gravley Rd and

Artie Rd. Numerous trees were blown down

from the intersection of Red Hill and

Reece Mill Rds east to highway 178. The

tornado continued an intermittent ENE

track, snapping off and uprooting

numerous trees along an 8 mile path

before lifting west of Dacusville. At

least one tree fell on a house, and at

least one car was damaged. Newspaper

reported thousands of power outages

across the county. There was also a

spotter report of mothball hail in

Pickens at 2:30.

Anderson County

Anderson 22 1429EST

Pickens County

Sunset 22 1435EST

Trees blocked highway 11.

Pickens County

Easley 22 1435EST

Numerous trees down on roads and power

lines. At least 1 tree fell on a house,

and at least one other fell on a car.

Newspaper reported a total of 22 broken

power poles across the county.

Pickens County

Easley 22 1435EST

Greenville County

Greenville to 22 1449EST

Greer 1503EST

County reported numerous trees and power

lines blown down, mainly from the north

and east sides of Greenville to Taylors

and Greer. At least 2 trees fell on

houses and several fell on vehicles.

A piece of sheet metal was peeled from

the roof of a building on Trade St in

downtown Greer. In addition, a 51 knot

gust was measured at Donaldson Center

at 2:51 PM EST.

Anderson County

Anderson 22 1450EST

Greenville County

Simpsonville 22 1457EST

Several people reported numerous trees

down. A 12 inch diameter oak tree fell

on a vehicle and the roof of one

residence.

Abbeville County

Countywide 22 1503EST

Trees down in unspecified locations in

the county.

Abbeville County

Lowndesville 22 1503EST

Spartanburg County

Greer to 22 1506EST

6 S Lyman 1511EST

A portion of a roof was torn off an

unoccupied store at Hillview Plaza.

BMW reported a temporary construction

wall collapsed at their plant. Trees

and lines down near Lyman and also

in Duncan.

Greenville County

11 N Greenville 22 1510EST

Public report on highway 253 between

North Greenville College and Greenville.

Abbeville County

Abbeville 22 1515EST

Lightning was responsible for a power

outage in the city that lasted about

2 hours.

Spartanburg County

Spartanburg 22 1517EST

1522EST

Quite a few trees and power lines down

in and around the city.

Greenwood County

South Greenwood 22 1525EST

1535EST

Scattered trees down across the southern

part of the county, including on the

south side of the city and in Ninety

Six. One house had roof damage in

Greenwood.

Cherokee County

Countywide 22 1540EST

1545EST

Scattered trees and lines down across

the southern part of the county.

Laurens County

Waterloo 22 1544EST

Trees down and non-specific large hail.

Greenwood County

Greenwood 22 1545EST

A couple of trees blown down on the

northwest side of Greenwood.

Union County

Union 22 1552EST

Tree fell on a car and a portable,

electronic sign was blown across a

parking lot. Also, marble hail

covered the ground.

Abbeville County

Abbeville 22 1800EST

Lightning struck the steeple of Abbeville

Presbyterian Church, igniting a fire.

SOUTH CAROLINA, South Coastal

SCZ042

02 1300EST

1800EST

Deep low pressure developed to the north

of the region. Southern South Carolina,

including Hampton county, was in a dry

slot on the 2nd with sunny skies allowing

the atmosphere to mix into very strong

winds aloft. Wind gusts to 50 mph were

common across the region. This brought

numerous trees down across the region.

One man was killed when a tree landed

on his truck in Yemassee.

M45VE

Charleston County

James Is 13 1525EST

1535EST

Hail up to the size of quarters fell on

James Island.

Hampton County

Varnville 22 1721EST

1725EST

Jasper County

Grays to 22 1730EST

Hardeeville 1800EST

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees.

Hampton County

4 ESE Estill to 30 1330EST

Furman 1340EST

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees.

Nickel size hail fell near Estill.

Jasper County

12 WNW Ridgeland 30 1330EST

1335EST

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees

along Highway 321.

Beaufort County

Sheldon 30 1400EST

1405EST

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees,

a few which were partially blocking

Highway 17.

SOUTH DAKOTA, Central and North

NONE REPORTED.

SOUTH DAKOTA, Southeast

SDZ069 Yankton

03 1300CST

1700CST

Numerous grass fires were reported across

Yankton County as strong winds combined

with dry weather conditions and dry

vegetation. The fires burned mainly

in fields, with several along railroad

tracks. No reports of damage amounts

were received.

Clay County

1 N Vermillion 05 2343CST

Turner County

2 N Davis 06 0125CST

0225CST

Runoff from heavy rain caused flooding

of low areas and some roads, including

Turner County Road 41.

Minnehaha County

Sioux Falls 10 0350CST

Hail mostly pea to marble size included

a few quarter size stones.

Bon Homme County

Tyndall 10 0430CST

Bleachers and track equipment at a high

school football field and track were

blown over and heavily damaged. A few

tree branches were blown down in town,

but most of the damage was confined to

the school area.

Bon Homme County

Scotland 10 0445CST

Thunderstorm winds blew over and heavily

damaged a concession stand at a ball

park, damaged front of two businesses

on Main Street, blew down several trees,

damaged several small buildings at nearby

farms, and injured several calves.

Hutchinson County

Menno to 10 0500CST

6 N Menno 0510CST

Thunderstorm winds caused widespread

damage in Menno. Numerous trees including

several large trees were uprooted.

Numerous homes were damaged, some

directly by the wind and others by

tree and other debris. Garages were

especially hard hit, including at least

one garage which was destroyed. A grain

elevator was damaged, with a catwalk and

conveyor being blown over. An historical

post office addition to a log building

was destroyed, doors and part of the roof

of a flour mill were blown down, and

doors were blown off several other

buildings. Many homes and other buildings

had windows broken and siding damaged.

A few small storage buildings were

destroyed, and others were damaged or

blown over. Several farms were heavily

damaged, with machine sheds, at least

one hog barn, and several other small

structures destroyed. Several vehicles

were damaged, including one pickup which

was pushed partly onto the porch of a

house. Power lines and poles were blown

down, resulting in a power outage in

Menno.

Turner County

Dolton 10 0530CST

0540CST

Thunderstorm winds damaged trees, power

lines, and farm buildings. A 60 foot silo

was blown down, grain bins were damaged,

and outbuildings were pushed off

foundations.

Hutchinson County

9 N Freeman 10 0530CST

Thunderstorm winds blew down a small

storage building.

Mccook County

Bridgewater 10 0535CST

Thunderstorm winds damaged trees,

including a few trees blown down.

The winds also damaged siding and

roofs on some homes.

Mccook County

Canistota 10 0547CST

0550CST

Thunderstorm winds damaged numerous homes

and other structures, as well as trees

and power lines. Roofs were blown off

a seed company building, a lumber yard

building, and a large machine shed.

Additional damage was done to these

buildings and others. Shingles were

blown off several roofs. The grandstand

and one dugout at a ball park was

destroyed, and the other dugout, the

lights, and the outfield fence were

damaged. Debris from the ball park was

blown into a yard a block and a half

away. Several vehicles were damaged,

including windows blown out or knocked

out by debris.

Mccook County

5 SW Salem 10 0550CST

Thunderstorm winds blew over a truck on

Interstate 90, causing minor injuries

to the driver.

Mccook County

Montrose 10 0555CST

Thunderstorm winds caused damage to trees

and small buildings. The amount of damage

was not known.

Lake County

2 SE Madison 10 0625CST

Thunderstorm winds blew over small

storage buildings. The amount of

damage was not known.

Lake County

1 W Nunda 16 0905CST

Lake County

6 N Madison 16 0908CST

Hail covered the ground along Highway 81.

Lake County

6 SE Nunda 16 0913CST

Moody County

10 N Colman 16 0920CST

Brookings County

1 S Elkton 16 0930CST

Moody County

8 N Flandreau 16 0947CST

Lincoln County

1 S Worthing 17 1540CST

Lincoln County

1 SE Worthing 17 1545CST

Lincoln County

4 E Harrisburg 17 1633CST

Clay County

1 N Vermillion 21 2140CST

22 0200CST

Runoff from over 3 inches of rain in

4 hours caused flooding of streets,

yards, and other low areas.

Union County

1 E Junction City 21 2200CST

22 0200CST

Runoff from 4 inches of rain in 5 hours

caused flooding of streets and low areas.

SOUTH DAKOTA, West

SDZ049 Tripp

08 1000MST

1700MST

Strong southerly winds developed across

south central South Dakota during the

late morning and persisted through the

afternoon. The strongest winds were felt

across Tripp County, where the winds

were sustained at 35 to 50 mph, with

gusts to 65 mph.

SDZ002-013>014-032-

043>044-046>047-049

11 0600MST

1600MST

A low pressure system moved across the

Central Plains on the 10th and 11th.

Rain fell across central South Dakota

on the 10th and into the morning hours

on the 11th. As colder air moved into

the area at the end of the storm, the

rain changed to snow and fell heavy at

times through the morning and early

afternoon. A quick 3 to 7 inches of

snow fell across many areas from Lemmon

to Martin and eastward across central

South Dakota. The cooperative observer

at Faith measured a total of 9.8 inches

of snow.

Perkins County

Bison to 14 1705MST

1 E Bison 1710MST

A dust devil developed on the west side

of Bison as a dry cold front passed

across the area. As it moved east across

town, it blew out windows on several

automobiles, damaged a 160 square foot

section of roof from a house, and tore

shingles off several buildings. The dust

devil also pulled a flag pole out of the

ground. No one was injured. The dust

devil was approximately 20 feet wide and

the path length was one and a half miles.

SDZ024-028

21 0300MST

1900MST

A strong spring storm developed across

the Central Rockies and moved across the

Central Plains. This storm brought heavy

snow to the higher elevations of the

northern and central Black Hills. Rain

and snow changed to all snow during the

early morning and continued through the

day. The heaviest snow fell at elevations

above 5000 feet, where 5 to 10 inches

accumulated.

TENNESSEE, Central

Bedford County

Wartrace 07 1615CST

1830CST

Potts Road was flooded.

Wilson County

6 S Watertown 07 1705CST

1900CST

Greenvale Road was flooded.

Cumberland County

11 SW Crab Orchard 12 1735CST

Cumberland County

Crossville 12 1808CST

Spotter reported pea tp penny size hail.

Wayne County

8 WSW Waynesboro 21 2007CST

Dime to penny size hail reported.

Benton County

Camden 21 2245CST

Lightning struck the satellite dish and

receiver to radio station WFWL in Camden.

The radio station’s production control

board was also damaged. A new board

costs about $2000 to $3000. There was

damage to the station’s telephone and

computer systems as well.

Benton County

1.4 SE Big Sandy 21 2246CST

Newspaper article about a large tree

falling on Sulphur Creek Road in Big

Sandy. The newspaper article mentioned

other trees were downed in many parts

of the county.

Williamson County

Fairview 22 0020CST

Robertson County

Cross Plains 22 0459CST

Benton County

4.5 NE Holladay 22 0525CST

0527CST

Nickel size hail reported by Spotter.

Hickman County

10 NE Centerville 22 0600CST

Sheriff’s deputy reported nickel size hail

was beating down on his patrol car.

Davidson County

Oak Hill 22 0603CST

0604CST

Nickel size hail reported.

Montgomery County

Clarksville 22 1445CST

Coffee County

Beech Grove 22 1615CST

Penny size hail reported by law

enforcement and Skywarn Spotter.

Putnam County

Baxter 22 1620CST

Penny size hail reported.

Overton County

Livingston 22 1635CST

Penny size hail reported.

Warren County

5 WNW Mc Minnville 22 1635CST

Overton County

Hilham 22 1640CST

Penny size hail reported by spotter.

Warren County

2 N Mc Minnville 22 1640CST

Spotter reported quarter size hail.

Coffee County

Tullahoma 22 1648CST

Spotter reported dime to nickel size

hail.

Warren County

Mc Minnville 22 1655CST

Spotter reported dime to quarter size

hail.

Coffee County

Tullahoma 22 1700CST

Spotter reported nickel to quarter

size hail.

Warren County

Mc Minnville 22 1710CST

Hail to half dollar size reported

by Spotter at Winddrift Court.

White County

Doyle 22 1710CST

Penny size hail observed.

Fentress County

Grimsley 22 1715CST

Quarter size hail reported by spotter.

White County

Sparta 22 1715CST

Nickel to golf ball size hail reported

by spotter.

White County

Sparta 22 1715CST

Tree limbs were blown down.

Fentress County

Grimsley 22 1717CST

Spotter reported golf ball size hail.

Pickett County

4 SE Byrdstown 22 1720CST

Half dollar size hail reported.

Sumner County

Countywide 22 1730CST

1731CST

Several trees were blown down, resulting

in 3 roads closed. First was at U.S.

Highway 31E at New Shackle Island Road

in Hendersonville, second at Hwy 25

and Douglas Ln. in Gallatin and the

third Hwy 25 at Rock Springs Road, or

about .6 miles northwest of Castalian

Springs.

White County

Doyle 22 1734CST

Golf ball size hail reported.

White County

Quebeck 22 1734CST

Golf ball size hail reported.

Grundy County

Coalmont 22 1735CST

Nickel to quarter size hail reported.

Cumberland County

3.8 NNW Mayland 22 1740CST

Nickel size hail reported by spotter

on the Cumberland-Putnam County line.

Van Buren County

Spencer 22 1815CST

Pickett County

Byrdstown 22 1830CST

Sheriffs office reported dime to nickel

size hail.

Van Buren County

Spencer 22 1835CST

Warren County

8 SW Mc Minnville 22 1700CST

Public report of 3/4 inch hail.

Dickson County

2 SE Dickson 29 2220CST

30 0130CST

Water was over the bridge on Gum

Branch Rd.

Wilson County

4 NW Mt Juliet 29 2305CST

30 0200CST

Water was up to near top of bridge on

Necdmore Rd. Lots of ponded water on

roadway.

Trousdale County

5 W Hartsville 30 0000CST

0400CST

Rankin Road was flooded by creek in

two places.

Sumner County

5.8 NE Gallatin 30 0035CST

0400CST

Deshea Creek was over the road.

TENNESSEE, East

Marion County

8 NNW Jasper 01 1725EST

1730EST

Several trees down along Gizzard Road.

Sequatchie County

6 SSW Dunlap 01 1735EST

1740EST

One tree uprooted along Pickett Road

south of Daus.

Campbell County

3 SW Caryville 02 1642EST

1645EST

Nickel-size hail reported in southwest

portion of county.

Marion County

East Central Portion 07 1325CST

1420CST

Numerous roads closed near streams

flowing off Walden Ridge. Some farmland

flooded, but no crop damage reported

due to early season.

Bledsoe County

South Portion 07 1330CST

1430CST

Water over roads in numerous locations.

Hamilton County

West Portion 07 1405EST

1700EST

Roads closed along Walden Ridge,

especially between Soddy Daisy and

Red Bank. Numerous streams flowing

off the Cumberland Plateau rose out

of banks, damaging several roads and

small bridges in the area. Detours

caused widespread traffic problems

in the area for a few days afterward.

Sequatchie County

East Portion 07 1410CST

1625CST

A few roads closed along Walden Ridge

as creeks rose out of banks. Buckling

of asphalt occurred on a private road.

Bradley County

Countywide 07 1445EST

1620EST

Numerous roads closed countywide. One

small bridge washed out.

Rhea County

Dayton 07 1500EST

1535EST

Numerous roads closed in Dayton.

Intersections and underpasses flooded.

Some drivers briefly stranded in

their cars.

Morgan County

2 E Wartburg 07 1525EST

1535EST

Quarter-size hail reported east of

Wartburg.

Morgan County

3 E Wartburg 07 1530EST

1535EST

Nickel-size reported east of Wartburg.

Bledsoe County

4 NW Pikeville 12 1805EST

1810EST

Penny-size hail reported on Wheeler

Mountain on the Cumberland Plateau.

Polk County

5 S Benton 12 1914EST

1920EST

One tree down on Welcome Valley Road

south of Benton.

Mcminn County

Etowah 12 1946EST

1955EST

Quarter-size hail reported in and

around Etowah.

Mcminn County

2 N Niota 12 1957EST

2005EST

Dime-size hail nearly covering the

ground on County Road 351.

Loudon County

6 W Loudon 12 2001EST

2010EST

Penny-size hail reported near Roanne

County border.

Monroe County

Sweetwater 12 2015EST

2020EST

Nickel-size hail reported near

Sweetwater.

Roane County

Harriman 12 2200EST

2205EST

Two trees reported down on powerlines

in Harriman.

Monroe County

Sweetwater 22 1020EST

1030EST

One tree down in Sweetwater.

Roane County

5 SW Kingston 22 1022EST

1030EST

Several trees down on and along River

Road on Highway 304.

Roane County

Harriman 22 1025EST

1035EST

Several trees down on and along

Cumberland Street in Harriman.

Monroe County

Madisonville 22 1025EST

1030EST

Nickel-size hail in Madisonville.

Anderson County

Oak Ridge 22 1040EST

1050EST

Knox County

Knoxville 22 1045EST

1055EST

Numerous trees and powerlines down

countywide.

Blount County

Maryville 22 1101EST

1115EST

Several trees down countywide.

Union County

3 E Sharps Chapel 22 1130EST

1140EST

Several trees down.

Grainger County

Buffalo Spgs 22 1140EST

1150EST

Several trees and powerlines down in

Buffalo Springs.

Grainger County

Rutledge 22 1143EST

1150EST

Penny-size hail in Rutledge.

Hamblen County

5 SW Morristown 22 1144EST

1155EST

A power pole and several powerlines

down in Alpha near intersection

of Highway 11E and Highway 160.

Cocke County

Bybee 22 1152EST

1200EST

Estimated 60 mph winds in Bybee area.

Greene County

Mosheim 22 1235EST

1245EST

A few trees down in the south half of

county.

Sequatchie County

Cagle 22 1830EST

1840EST

Bledsoe County

7 SW Pikeville 22 1845EST

1855EST

Quarter-size hail

Morgan County

Sunbright 22 1850EST

1900EST

Golf-ball size hail.

Marion County

7 SW Whitwell 22 1900EST

1910EST

Quarter-size hail

Morgan County

2 NE Sunbright 22 1915EST

1925EST

Quarter-size hail.

Bledsoe County

2 N Pikeville 22 1916EST

1925EST

Quarter-size hail.

Rhea County

Dayton 22 1920EST

1930EST

A few trees down in Dayton.

Bledsoe County

Pikeville 22 1920EST

1930EST

Numerous trees down countywide.

Campbell County

3 SW Jellico 22 1930EST

1940EST

Quarter-size hail.

Meigs County

Ten Mile 22 1930EST

1940EST

A few trees down in Ten Mile.

Union County

2 S Maynardville 22 1940EST

1950EST

Quarter-size hail.

Monroe County

Sweetwater 22 1945EST

1955EST

Penny-size hail.

Knox County

Knoxville 22 1945EST

1955EST

Golfball-size hail in Knoxville.

Mcminn County

Athens 22 1950EST

2000EST

Penny-size hail.

Blount County

2 N Maryville 22 1950EST

2000EST

A few trees down in the Rockford area.

Reported by the Highway Department.

Polk County

Benton 22 2010EST

2020EST

Penny-size hail.

Loudon County

Lenoir City 22 2010EST

2020EST

Penny-size hail.

Grainger County

Buffalo Spgs 22 2015EST

2025EST

Penny-size hail in Buffalo Springs area.

Jefferson County

Jefferson City 22 2024EST

2035EST

Golfball-size hail in Jefferson City.

Hamblen County

Morristown 22 2030EST

2040EST

A roof was blown off a house on Kidwells

Ridge Road.

Hamblen County

Russellville 22 2045EST

2055EST

Penny-size hail.

Jefferson County

1 NE Jefferson City 22 2045EST

2055EST

Nickel-size hail

Cocke County

Bybee 22 2049EST

2100EST

Penny-size hail.

Hawkins County

Mooresburg 22 2055EST

2100EST

Quarter-size hail.

Greene County

5 SW Greeneville 22 2100EST

2110EST

Quarter-size hail.

Greene County

Greeneville 22 2120EST

2130EST

Several trees down in Greeneville.

Hawkins County

Mooresburg 22 2130EST

2145EST

Trees down in Mooresburg, St Clair,

Fields Gap and Clinch Valley.

Sullivan County

Sullivan Gardens 22 2135EST

2145EST

Nickel-size hail.

Washington County

Liberty 22 2147EST

2200EST

Several trees down in Liberty.

Mcminn County

3 E Calhoun 22 2155EST

2205EST

Penny-size hail.

Sullivan County

Bluff City 22 2155EST

2200EST

One tree down in Bluff City on Dry

Branch Road.

Monroe County

3 N Madisonville 22 2158EST

2210EST

Penny-size hail

Blount County

2 W Maryville 22 2200EST

2210EST

Penny-size hail.

Bradley County

Cleveland 26 1925EST

1935EST

Bradley County EMA reported straight

line wind damage across a 2 mile path

in Cleveland. 13 structures were

damaged.

TENNESSEE, South Central

Lincoln County

5 S Fayetteville 01 1517CST

1518CST

A tree and power pole were blown down

by thunderstorm winds in Park City.

Franklin County

Huntland 01 1540CST

1541CST

Estimated thunderstorm wind gust of

60 mph was reported in Huntland.

Franklin County

Huntland 22 1701CST

1704CST

Penny size hail was reported.

Franklin County

Sewanee 22 1742CST

1745CST

Penny size hail was reported.

TENNESSEE, West

Shelby County

Millington 06 1420CST

1425CST

Weakley County

Martin 06 1700CST

1705CST

Several tree limbs were blown down.

Some of the fallen limbs snapped a

power pole.

Mcnairy County

Ramer 06 1800CST

2000CST

Several roads were flooded.

Madison County

Bemis 11 1915CST

1920CST

Four power poles were blown down onto

a gas station. Several telephone lines

were also blown down.

Carroll County

Huntingdon 22 0200CST

0205CST

A large tree limb was knocked down

damaging a house and a fence.

Shelby County

Memphis 22 0423CST

0430CST

Several mobile homes were blown off of

their foundation just east of the

Memphis International Airport. Some

trees were also knocked down. One tree

limb fell on a power line and started

a fire to a house in East Memphis.

Another large tree fell down and

damaged a home in the Midtown

section of Memphis.

Shelby County

Germantown 22 0440CST

0445CST

One house was damaged. A few trees

were blown down.

Madison County

Bemis 22 0500CST

0505CST

The First Baptist Church of Bemis was

damaged.

Hardin County

Savannah 22 0600CST

0605CST

One large oak tree was blown down on

a house.

Lauderdale County

3 N Ripley 29 1510CST

1515CST

Crockett County

4 SE Friendship 29 1535CST

1540CST

Tipton County

Gilt Edge to 29 1642CST

2 W Covington 1655CST

Number of Estimated

persons Damage

Location Killed Injured Property Crops

OREGON, Central and East

ORZ049

0 0

A brief wind gust of 59 MPH was recorded at

Union Junction, located four miles northwest

of the town of Union.

Morrow County

Ione 0 0 2K

A flood control ditch was blocked in the

city of Ione when a thunderstorm with heavy

rain moved through the area. As a result

water backed up in the streets of the

downtown Ione area flooding several

businesses. One business reported having at

least 14 inches of water inside. No

significant damage was noted at any of the

businesses from the flash flood. The

property damage from this event is estimated

at $2,000.

Umatilla County

3 W Stanfield 0 0

Umatilla County

10 SSW Hermiston 0 0 170K

A rupture in a retaining wall of a

wastewater storage lagoon led to a dam

failure which sent 77 million gallons of

wastewater onto highway 207 south-southwest

of Hermiston, washing out part of the road,

and depositing several feet of silt on the

road. A resident across the highway ended up

with four feet of mud surrounding his home.

The flash flood also damaged lines in the

Westland Irrigation District. The storage

lagoon was at around half capacity at the

time of the flood.

OREGON, Northwest

Clackamas County

3 WNW Oregon City 0 0

Clackamas County

West Linn 0 0

OREGON, Southeast

NONE REPORTED.

OREGON, Southwest

ORZ021-021-021

0 0

Recorded at Cape Blanco.

A High Wind Watch was issued for this event

at 02/0444 PST, but it was cancelled at

02/1455 PST and no warning was in effect

during the event. It was a localized event,

however, as winds at Cape Arago were well

below warning criteria. Winds met warning

criteria continuously at Cape Blanco from

02/2100 until 03/0600 PST. The first and

last verifying observations as well as the

highest sustained wind speed are listed

above. The last verifying gust was also the

highest one.

ORZ021-021-021-021-

021

0 0

Recorded at Cape Blanco.

A High Wind Warning was issued for the

coastal headlands of Oregon zones ORZ021/022

at 08/0045 PST, effective until 08/0800 PST.

It was extended to 08/1100 PST at 08/0840

PST. It was cancelled at 08/1040 PST. The

warning verified continuously from 07/2325

PST through 08/0800 PST, except possibly at

08/0700 PST. The first and last verifying

observation is recorded above, along with

The Highest sustained wind and highest gust.

ORZ021-021-021

0 0

Recorded at Cape Blanco.

No warning was issued for this brief high

wind event. The warning verified

continuously from 10/2100 PST until 11/0000

PST. The first, last and maximum sustained

winds are recorded above, along with the

peak gust.

Josephine County

Grants Pass 0 0

A spotter 4 NNW of Grants Pass recorded 3.60

inches of rain in one hour ending at 1630

PDT.

Josephine County

Grants Pass 0 0

A spotter 2 N of Grants Pass recorded 2.00

inches of rain in one hour ending at 1630

PDT.

Josephine County

Merlin 0 0

A spotter 2 SSW of Merlin recorded 2.00

inches of rain in 45 minutes ending at 1655

PDT. A Flash Flood Warning was issued for

northeastern Josephine County, including the

city of Grants Pass, at 27/1648 PDT

effective until 27/1815 PDT. The warning

was expired at 27/1814 PDT. The above

reports verify that extraordinarily heavy

rain (for this region) fell in the warning

area. Several other reports were received

indicating mud and debris on county roads

and street flooding in the city of Grants

Pass.

PACIFIC

GUZ005>006

0 0 0

Anatahan volcano, located 80 miles north of

Saipan and 205 miles north-northeast of

Guam, underwent a short but powerful

eruption around 0130 SST the morning of

April 6th, sending an ash/gas cloud up to

above 50,000 feet. The ash cloud moved o

Saipan and Tinian during the morning,

causing twilight-like darkness until nearly

1200 SST, and depositing 2 to 3 mm of gritty

black ash on both islands. Japan Air Lines

and Cape Air cancelled flights into and out

of Saipan, and most of the public schools

sent their students home.

The cloud slowly dispersed as it continued

south, leaving a trace of ash on Rota during

the afternoon, and on Guam that evening.

Micronesia

Pohnpei 0 0 0 0

A strong and persistent trade-wind

disturbance brought heavy rain to Pohnpei,

totaling 8.81 inches at the airport in the

24 hours ending at 1600 SST on April 30th.

There was one indirect fatality when a mane

in his early 40s was killed by a falling

tree during the heavy rain. Since winds were

light during the event, the tree must have

fallen as a result of loose soil conditions

and/or heavy rain loading.

PENNSYLVANIA, Central

PAZ056

0 0

Heavy rain caused Shermans Creek at Shermans

Dale to flood. The creek exceeded flood

stage of 9 feet at 16:30 EST on the 2nd,

crested at 9.36 feet at 18:15 EST on the

2nd, then fell back below flood stage at

22:45 EST on the 2nd.

PAZ058>059

0 0

A low pressure system developed along the

western Gulf Coast on Friday April 1st, and

then tracked northeast into southwest

Pennsylvania by Saturday morning, April 2nd.

The low then slowly tracked into northeast

Pennsylvania by early Sunday morning on

April 3rd, while deepening rapidly.

Abundant moisture drawn from both the Gulf

of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean combined with

the dynamics from the strengthening storm

system to produce widespread heavy rainfall

across the lower Susquehanna Valley during

the daytime hours on Saturday. Average

rainfall amounts of 1 to 3 inches occurred

during this time. This heavy rainfall led to

numerous road closures as smaller streams

and creeks overflowed their banks during

Saturday afternoon and evening.

The heavy rainfall and subsequent flooding

abated during Saturday evening.

PAZ064

0 0

A low pressure system developed along the

western Gulf Coast on Friday April 1st, and

then tracked northeast into southwest

Pennsylvania by Saturday morning, April 2nd.

The low then slowly tracked into northeast

Pennsylvania by early Sunday morning on

April 3rd, while deepening rapidly.

Abundant moisture drawn from both the Gulf

of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean combined with

the dynamics from the strengthening stone

system to produce widespread heavy rainfall

across the lower Susquehanna Valley during

the daytime hours on Saturday. Average

rainfall amounts of 1 to 3 inches occurred

during this time. This heavy rainfall led to

to numerous road closures as smaller

streams and creeks overflowed their banks

during Saturday afternoon and evening. The

heavy rainfall tapered off Saturday night,

but subsequent flooding from runoff

persisted into early Sunday morning.

PAZ056>057-063-

065>066

0 0

A low pressure system developed along the

western Gulf Coast on Friday April 1st, and

then tracked northeast into southwest

Pennsylvania by Saturday morning, April 2nd.

The low then slowly tracked into northeast

Pennsylvania by early Sunday morning on

April 3rd, while deepening rapidly.

Abundant moisture drawn from both the Gulf

of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean combined with

the dynamics from the strengthening storm

system to produce widespread heavy rainfall

across the lower Susquehanna Valley during

the daytime hours on Saturday. Average

rainfall amounts of 1 to 3 inches occurred

during this time. This heavy rainfall led to

numerous road closures as smaller streams

and Creeks overflowed their banks during

Saturday afternoon and evening.

The heavy rainfall tapered off late

Saturday night, but subsequent flooding from

runoff persisted into Sunday morning.

PAZ063

0 0

Heavy rain caused Yellow Breeches Creek

at Camp Hill to flood. The creek

exceeded flood stage of 7 feet at 17:15

EST on the 2n crested at 8.26 feet at

00:30 EST on the 3rd, then fell back

below flood stage at 21:00 EST on the

3rd.

PAZ037

0 0 Flood

Heavy rain caused the Tioga River at

Mansfield to flood. The river exceeded

flood stage of 12 feet at 18:00 EST on

the 2nd, crested at 12:30 feet at 18:30 EST

on the 2nd, then fell back below flood

stage at 19:15 EST on the 2nd

PAZ041-046-049>052

0 0

A low pressure system developed along

the western Gulf Coast on Friday April

1st, and then tracked northeast into

southwest Pennsylvania by Saturday

morning, April 2nd. The low then slowly

tracked into northeast Pennsylvania by

early Sunday morning on April 3rd,

while deepening rapidly.

Abundant moisture drawn from both the

Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean

combined with the dynamics from the

strengthening storm system to produce

widespread heavy rainfall across the

mid Susquehanna Valley during Saturday

afternoon and night. Average rainfall

amounts of 2 to 4 inches occurred

during this time. This heavy rainfall

led to numerous road closures as small

streams and creeks overflowed their

banks during Saturday evening into

Sunday morning. U.S. Route 11 was one

of the major roads closed during this

time between Shamokin Dam Borough in

Snyder County, and Northumberland

Borough in Northumberland County as a

result of flooding. The road was also

closed near Danville in Montour County.

In addition, the flooding led to

numerous evacuations in Montour and

Snyder Counties, particularly in the

vicinity of Danville well as within the

Borough of Selinsgrove Isle, where

approximately 125 residents were

evacuated. The heavy rainfall tapered

off late Saturday night, but subsequent

flooding from runoff persisted into

Sunday morning.

PAZ053

0 0

A low pressure system developed along

the western Gulf Coast on Friday April

1st, and then tracked northeast into

southwest Pennsylvania by Saturday

morning, April 2nd. The low then slowly

tracked into northeast Pennsylvania by

early Sunday morning on April 3rd,

while deepening rapidly.

Abundant moisture drawn from both the

Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean

combined with the dynamics from the

strengthening storm system to produce

widespread heavy rainfall across the

mid Susquehanna Valley during the

daytime hours on Saturday. Average

rainfall amounts of 2 to 4 inches

occurred during this time. This heavy

rainfall led to numerous road closures

as small streams and creeks overflowed

their banks during Saturday afternoon

and night.

The widespread flooding led to numerous

evacuations in portions of Columbia

County, particularly in the vicinity of

Bloomsburg where approximately 250 to

350 homes were evacuated. In addition,

the Sewage Treatment Plant was shut

down in Bloomsburg. Columbia County was

officially declared as a Federal

Disaster Area as a result of the

flooding impacts from this event.

The heavy rainfall tapered off early

Sunday morning, but subsequent flooding

from runoff persisted into Sunday

afternoon.

PAZ059

0 0

Heavy rain caused Swatara Creek at

Harper Tavern to flood. The creek

exceeded flood stage of 9 feet at 20:15

EST on the 2nd, crested at 11.9 feet at

13:00 EST on the 3rd, then fell back

below flood stage at 05:00 EST on the

4th.

PAZ046

0 0

Heavy rain caused the West Branch

Susquehanna River at Montgomery to

flood. The river exceeded flood stage

of 17 feet at 00:00 EST on the 3rd,

crested at 20.3 feet at 11:25 EST on

the 3rd, then fell back below flood

stage at 01:00 EST on the 5th.

PAZ063

0 0

Heavy rain caused Conodoguinet Creek at

Hogestown to flood. The creek exceeded

flood stage of 8 feet at 02:30 EST on

the 3rd, crested at 8.42 feet at 12:30

EST on the 3rd, then fell back below

flood stage at 22:00 EST on the 3rd.

PAZ057

0 0

Heavy rain caused Swatara Creek at

Hershey to flood. The creek exceeded

flood stage of 7 feet at 03:00 EST on

the 3rd, crested 8.01 feet at 22:15 EST

on the 3rd, then fell back below flood

stage at 11:00 EST on the 4th.

PAZ053

0 0

Heavy rain caused the Susquehanna River

at Bloomsburg flood. The river exceeded

flood stage of 19 feet at 04:45 EST on

the 3rd crested at 25.09 feet at 04:30

EST on the 4th, then fell back below

flood stage at 14:00 EST on the 6th.

PAZ046

0 0

Heavy rain caused the West Branch

Susquehanna River at Muncy to flood.

The river exceeded flood stage of 20

feet at 07:00 EST on the 3rd, crested

at 20.3 feet at 10:00 EST on the 3rd,

then fell back below flood stage at

01:00 EST on the 4th.

PAZ049

0 0

Heavy rain caused the West Branch of

the Susquehanna River at Lewisburg to

flood. The river exceeded flood stage

of 18 feet at 07:00 EST on the 3rd,

crested at 19.4 feet at 15:45 EST on

the 3rd, then fell back below flood

stage at 03:00 EST on the 4th.

PAZ051>052

0 0

Heavy rain caused the Susquehanna River

at Danville to flood. The river

exceeded flood stage of 20 feet at

07:00 EST on the 3r crested at 24.28

feet at 08:00 EST on the 4th, then fell

back below flood stage at 12:15 EST on

the 6th.

PAZ057

0 0

Heavy rain caused Swatara Creek at

Middletown to flood. The creek exceeded

flood stage of 11 feet at 07:00 EST on

the 3rd, crested at 12.6 feet at 19:00

EST on the 3rd, then fell back below

flood stage at 05:00 EST on the 4th.

PAZ049-052

0 0

Heavy rain caused the West Branch

Susquehanna River at Milton to flood.

The river exceeded flood stage of 19

feet at 07:30 EST on the 3rd, crested

at 20.1 feet at 13:00 EST on the 3rd,

then fell back below flood stage at

20:30 EST on the 3rd.

PAZ050-052

0 0

Heavy rain caused the Susquehanna River

at Sunbury to flood. The river exceeded

flood stage of 24 feet at 09:30 EST on

the 3rd crested at 26.15 feet at 23:00

EST on the 3rd, then fell back below

flood stage at 07:00 EST on the 5th.

PAZ004-024-033

0 0

A low pressure system developed along

the western Gulf Coast on Friday, April

1st, and then tracked northeast into

southwest Pennsylvania by Saturday

morning, April 2nd. The low then slowly

tracked into northeast Pennsylvania by

early Sunday morning on April 3rd,

while deepening rapidly. Abundant

moisture, combined with colder air

wrapping around the western side of the

storm system, produced heavy wet snow

across the western mountains of

Pennsylvania from late Saturday night

into Sunday afternoon. Snowfall amounts

ranged from 6 to 12 inches across the

region, with the greatest amounts

across the higher elevations. Localized

amounts in excess of one foot occurred

in northern portions of Warren County.

The combination of heavy snow, along

with strong northwest winds gusting up

to 50 mph produced whiteout conditions

at times across the higher elevations.

In addition, numerous tree limbs fell

due to the weight of heavy snow, some

of which led to down power lines and

scattered power outages. There were

also several road closures across the

highest elevations due to the significant

snowfall accumulations. The heavy snow

tapered off to scattered snow showers

and flurries by early Sunday night.

PAZ065>066

0 0

Heavy rain caused the Susquehanna River

at Marietta to flood. The river

exceeded flood stage of 49 feet at

14:00 EST on the 3r crested at 51.71

feet at 10:00 EST on the 4th, then fell

back below flood stage at 00:30 EST on

the 6th.

PAZ057-063

0 0

Heavy rain caused the Susquehanna River

at Harrisburg to flood. The river

exceeded flood stage of 17 feet at

16:30 EST on the crested at 18.87 feet

at 05:30 EST on the 4th, then fell back

below flood stage at 07:30 EST on the

5th.

Franklin County

St Thomas 0 0

A thunderstorm produced quarter size

/1.00 inch/ hail in St. Thomas.

PENNSYLVANIA, East

Lehigh County

Southeast Portion 0 0

Heavy rain that fell on already

saturated ground conditions caused

stream flooding in southeastern Lehigh

County. Rain began falling during the

early evening and fell at its heaviest

between 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. EDT. The

rain ended shortly after Midnight EDT on

the 8th. Doppler Radar storm total

estimates reached between 1.0 and 1.5

inches in southeastern parts of the

county. Several roads were closed due to

the flooding in Upper Saucon Township.

Bucks County

Northwest Portion 0 0

Heavy rain that fell on already

saturated ground conditions caused

stream flooding in northwestern Bucks

County. Rain began falling during the

early evening and fell at its heaviest

between 9 p.m. and 11 p.m. EDT. The

rain ended during the early morning on

the 8th. Doppler Radar storm total

estimates reached between 1.0 and 1.5

inches near the Lehigh and Northampton

County line Actual storm totals

included 1.59 inches in Springtown and

1.32 inches in Riegelsville.

Berks County

Central Portion 0 0

Heavy rain that fell on already

saturated ground conditions caused

stream flooding in central and southern

Berks County. Rain began falling during

the early evening and fell at its

heaviest between 8 p.m. and 11 p.m.

EDT. The rain ended shortly after

Midnight EDT on the 8th. Doppler Radar

storm total estimates reached between

1.0 and 1.5 inches in the central part

of the county. The heavy rain caused

flooding along the Manatawny Creek. At

Spangville, the creek was above its 6

foot flood stage from 201 a.m. EDT

through 731 a.m. EDT on the 8th. It

crested at 6.77 feet at 445 a.m. EDT.

Actual storm totals included 1.26

inches at Blue Marsh Dam and 1.12

inches in Reading.

PAZ062

0 0 0

A wildfire burned about five acres of

brush in East Allen Township in the

vicinity of Sickle Road.

PAZ055

0 0

A fire that started in a trailer then

spread into the woods at the Pocono

Mountain Campsite in Pocono Township

during the even of the 14th. It took a

dozen firefighters from three township

fire companies to extinguish the blaze.

In addition to the trail nearby

structure was also damaged.

PAZ055

0 0 0

A brush fire consumed about four acres

of state gamelands in southeastern

Coolbaugh Township near the Barrett

Township border. The fire started near

a hiking trail. Three fire companies

extinguished the fire before before it

reached houses within a large private

community. The combination of dry weather

since April 8th, low humidity levels,

typically windy conditions found in

April and leftover debris from the

January ice storms led to a 30 day

outdoor burning ban in all of Carbon

County that started on April A dozen

townships in Monroe County also banned

all outdoor burning. The Bureau of

State Parks banned campfires in parts

of the Poconos. Dry conditions and

wildfire problems extended south into

the Lehigh Valley. In North Whitehall

Township (Lehigh County), fire

personnel responded to about 50 calls

for minor brush or grass fires during

the month of April.

Northampton County

East Portion 0 0

Thunderstorms with heavy rain caused

poor drainage flooding and small stream

flooding in the eastern part of

Northampton County. The heavy rain also

caused a couple of mudslides. A couple

of motorists were stranded in flood

waters in Palmer Township and Wilson

Borough. A mudslide caused the closure

of Pennsylvania State Route 611 in

Forks Township and another roadway in

Wind Gap Borough. Actual storm totals

included 3.20 inches in Forks Township.

Delaware County

Aston Mills 0 0 100K 0

Lightning struck a home in Aston and

the ensuing fire badly damaged the

interior of the home. No injuries were

reported.

PENNSYLVANIA, Northeast

PAZ038

0 0 200K

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 3 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the Susquehanna River at Waverly, NY /

Sayre, PA was already above its 11 foot

flood stage due to a previous rainstorm

March 28th and snowmelt By the time the

river fell below flood stage most of

the snow had melted. The Susquehanna

River at Waverly, NY / Sayre, PA

crested at 20.88 feet at 12:00 AM EST

on April 4th, then fell back below

flood stage on the 7th. This was the

3rd highest flood crest. Sayre and

Athens had significant damage to roads,

houses, and businesses.

PAZ039

0 0 200K

The Susquehanna River at Conklin, NY

continued above its flood stage of 11

feet into April. This high water was

due to 1 to 3 inches of rain and more

snowmelt the last week of March. A slow

moving storm from the Ohio Valley

brought 2 to 3 inches of rain on April

2nd and 3rd. In additional several

inches of water equivalent added to the

runoff by snowmelt. Little snow was

left a the storm. This additional rain

and snowmelt caused the Susquehanna

River at Conklin, NY to rise rapidly to

a second higher crest of 18.08 feet at 9

AM EST on April 3rd. This was the 8th

highest crest at Conklin. The river

fell below flood stage the evening of

April 6th. This caused flooding upstream

in Great Bend and Lanesboro, Pennsylvania.

A trailer park in Great Bend was

evacuated before the road to it was

flooded. 13 to 14 feet at Conklin

causes the road to flood. Some roads

were damaged.

PAZ048-072

0 0 2M

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers had high flows due to a

previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow

melted. The Lackawaxen River at Hawley

rose to its flood stage of 11 feet the

evening of the 2nd, crested at 15.25

feet at 18: PM on the 3rd, then fell

back below flood stage on the 4th. This

was the fourth highest crest on record.

The high crest was partially due to

Lake Wallenpaupack making high releases.

Pike County

Countywide 0 0 1M

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers and streams had high flows

due to a previous rainstorm March 28th

and snowmelt. All towns were affected

in the county by flash flooding.

Numerous roads, bridges and buildings

were damaged. All streams and creeks

were out of their banks.

Wayne County

Countywide 0 0 3M

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 1 to 3 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers and streams had high flows

due to a previous rainstorm March 28th

and snowmelt. All towns were affected

in the county by flash flooding. Roads,

bridges and buildings were damaged. The

hardest hit areas from the flash

flooding were in the northern part of

the county. Some of the towns most

impacted were Damascus, Manchester,

Scott, Buckingham, Starucca, and Mt.

Pleasant. Numerous creeks and streams

came out of their banks.

Susquehanna County

Countywide 0 0 250K

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers and streams had high flows

due to a previous rainstorm March 28th

and snowmelt. All towns were affected

in the county by flash flooding. Roads

and buildings were damaged. The hardest

hit areas from the flash flooding were

in Lanesboro, Great Bend, Lenox

township, and Silver Lake. Numerous

streams and creeks came out of their

banks.

Bradford County

Countywide 0 0 200K

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers and streams had high flows

due to a previous rainstorm March 28th

and snowmelt. All towns were affected

in the county by flash flooding. Roads,

bridges and buildings were damaged. The

hardest hit areas were around the Wysox

and Wyalusing Creeks, and the town of

Troy. Numerous creeks and streams came

out of their banks.

Wyoming County

Countywide 0 0 500K

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers and streams had high flows

due to a previous rainstorm March 28th

and snowmelt. All towns were affected

in the county by flash flooding. Roads,

bridges and buildings were damaged.

Numerous streams and creeks came out of

their banks.

Luzerne County

Countywide 0 0 500K

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers and streams had high flows

due to a previous rainstorm March 28th

and snowmelt. All towns were affected

in the county by flash flooding. Roads,

bridges and buildings were damaged. The

hardest hit areas from the flash

flooding were in Huntington township

Hunlock township, and Mountaintop.

Numerous creeks and streams came out of

their banks.

Lackawanna County

Countywide 0 0 200K

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers and streams had high flows

due to a previous rainstorm March 28th

and snowmelt. All towns were affected

in the county by flash flooding. Roads,

bridges and buildings were damaged. The

hardest hit areas from the flash

flooding were in Elmhurst, Greenfiel

Scott, and Springfield township. 12

businesses had damage in South Abington

Township along a tributary of Leech

Creek. Numerous other creeks and

streams came out of their banks.

PAZ040

0 0 200K

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers had high flows due to a

previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow

melted. The West Branch of the Delaware

River at Hale Eddy rose to its flood

stage of 11 feet the evening of the

2nd, crested 14.12 feet at 4:00 AM on

the 3rd, then fell back below flood

stage on the 4th. For a few hours State

Route 17, which is to become Interstate

86, was closed in both directions

between Deposit and Hancock.

PAZ040

0 0 1M

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers had high flows due to a

previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow

melted. The Delaware River at Callicoon

rose to its flood stage of 12 feet the

evening of the 2nd, crested at 17.97

feet at 8: on the 3rd, then fell back

below flood stage the morning of the

4th. This was the flood of record. The

next highest crest was feet from the

remnants of hurricane Ivan the previous

September.

PAZ038

0 0 500K

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 3 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the Susquehanna River had high flows due

to a previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow had

melted. The Susquehanna River at

Towanda rose to its flood stage of 16

feet late on the 2nd, crested at 23.05

fee 11:30 PM on the 3rd, then fell back

below flood stage on the 6th. This was

the 17th highest flood crest. Flooding

caused road Closures, evacuations, and

basement flooding.

PAZ044

0 0 200K

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers had high flows due to a

previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow

melted. The Lackawanna River at Old

Forge rose to its flood stage of 11

feet late on the 2nd, crested at 11.76

feet at 3:45 AM the 3rd, then fell back

below flood stage shortly thereafter.

PAZ043

0 0 100K

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 3 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers had high flows due to a

previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow

melted. The Tunkhannock Creek at

Tunkhannock rose to its flood stage of

11 feet late on the 2nd, crested at

14.44 feet at 5:30 on the 3rd, then

fell back below flood stage midday on

the 3rd. This was the fourth highest

crest on record.

PAZ043

0 0 500K

The Susquehanna River at Meshoppen had

elevated river flows due to several

inches of rain and snowmelt the end of

March into early April. A slow moving

storm from the Ohio Valley brought 2 to

3 inches of rain on April 2nd and 3rd.

In additional to the rain, snowmelt

added more runoff. Little snow was left

after this storm exited. The river came

back above the flood stage of 2 feet

the evening of the 3rd, crested at

34.06 feet at 6:30 AM on the 3rd,

before falling back below flood stage

on the 6th. By time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow had

melted. This was the 5th highest flood

crest at Meshoppen.

PAZ048

0 0 1M

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers had high flows due to a

previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow

melted. The Delaware River at Barryville

rose to its flood stage of 17 feet the

evening of the 2nd, crested at an

estimated 24, at 9:00 AM on the 3rd,

then fell back below flood stage the

morning of the 4th. This was the second

highest flood of record an Highest in

almost 50 years.

PAZ047

0 0 1M

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 3 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the Susquehanna River had high flows due

to a previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow had

melted. The Susquehanna River at

Wilkes-Barre rose its flood stage of 22

feet early on the 3rd, crested at 30.94

at 8:30 AM EST on April 3rd, then fell

back below flood stage on the 6th. This

was the 11th highest flood crest. Over

100 buildings flooded. Plymouth,

Shickshinny, West Nanticoke,

Plainsville, and Jenkins were the worst

hit.

PAZ048

0 0 500K

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers had high flows due to a

previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow

melted. The Delaware River at Montague,

NJ (near Milford, PA) rose to its flood

stage of 25 feet the early on the 3rd,

crested 31.69 feet at 3:00 PM on the

3rd, then fell back below flood stage

the morning of the 4th. This was the

third highest flood of and the highest

in almost 50 years. In Dingmans Ferry,

the bridge across the Delaware River

was closed. The river crest was 3 under

the bridge. Many roads along the river

were damaged.

PAZ048

0 0 1M

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers had high flows due to a

previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow

melted. The Delaware River at Port

Jervis, NY and Matamoras, PA rose to

its flood stage of 18 feet early on the

3rd, crested a 20.53 feet at 12:15 PM

on the 3rd, then fell back below flood

stage later that day. This was the

fifth highest flood of record state of

emergency was declared in Matamoras.

100 homes were damaged. 15 homes had

damage to the foundations and were

Condemned.

PENNSYLVANIA, Northwest

PAZ001>003

0 0 1.1M

A strong area of low pressure moved

northeast from Texas to western

Pennsylvania during the early morning

hours of the 2nd. Heavy wet snow fell

across northwest Pennsylvania during

the day on the 2nd. The wet snow, in

combination with strong winds, brought

down many trees and power lines causing

thousands of homes to lose power.

Blizzard like conditions were observed

at times. The snow continued through

the evening of the 2nd. As the low

pulled away, strong north to northwest

winds developed behind the low center

allowing lake effect snow to quickly

intensify during the early morning

hours of the 3rd. Gusty winds to mph

were reported across Northwest

Pennsylvania. Officially, 14.8 inches

of snow fell at Erie International

Airport. Some of t higher snowfall

totals included; 33 inches at Colt

Station (Erie County), 22 inches in

Amity Township (Erie County), 21.9 at

Franklin Center (Erie County) and 16.5

inches in Cambridge Springs (Crawford

County). During the event, hundreds of

accidents were reported.

PENNSYLVANIA, West

PAZ007>009-

014>015-022-032

0 0 10K

Surface low pressure passed over

Huntington, WV. Then it intensified and

moved into northeastern Pennsylvania.

Heavy snow started on the northwest

side of the storm after 8 PM on 2nd.

Mountains started snowing by 11 PM on

2nd. Total snowfalls: 6 inches in

Cooksburg, Mercer, Oil City and Piney

Dam; 7 in Chalkhill and Freeport; 8 in

Saxonburg; 9 West Hickory. Several tree

fell in Oil City (Venango Co) from the

weight of the snow.

Lawrence County

Neshannock Falls 0 0

Trees blown down.

Beaver County

New Brighton 0 0 10K

Trees down. Wind damage to the roof of

1 house.

Beaver County

Rochester 0 0 8K

Large tree blown down, blocking Main

St. And on Rte 168, trees and power

lines down.

Butler County

Zelienople 0 0

Trees down.

Allegheny County

Glenshaw 0 0 6K

Trees and power lines down.

Allegheny County

Wexford 0 0

Trees down.

Westmoreland

County

Jeanette 0 0

Trees down.

PUERTO RICO

Western Interior

Lares 0 0

Heavy rains affected the municipality

of Lares during the afternoon causing a

landslide at Barrio La Cuadra and which

threaten with flooding 12 homes in

Barrio Seboruquillo. A clogged sinkhole

was responsible for the flooding. The

Emergency management Agency recorded

5.38 inches of rain during the

afternoon.

Western Interior

San Sebastian 0 0

Spotter reported rainfall accumulations

of around four inches.

PRZ005

0 0

River Cibuco was reported out of its

banks in Vega Alta.

North Central

Vega Alta 0 0

Road 690 at Barrio Cerro Gordo was

reported flooded. The small stream

Machuchal and Rivers Maravilla and

Cibuco were reported to be rising.

PRZ008

0 0

River Culebrinas was reported out of

its banks along road 418 and at th

Margarita Dam.

North Central

Dorado 0 0

Road 19 was reported flooded and

impassable.

PRZ005-005-009

0 0

Flooded homes and streets were reported

at Bajura camping in the municipality

of Vega Alta.

PRZ009

0 0

Landslide reported at Barrio Espino in

Lares municipality.

San Juan And

Vicinity

Carolina 0 0

Flooding was reported along road 180

and part of the Isla Verde area.

San Juan And

Vicinity

San Juan 0 0

Urban and street flooding was reported

in Puerto Nuevo, Kennedy Avenue, Barrio

Obrero in Santurce, and at Embalse San

Jose.

San Juan And

Vicinity

Toa Baja 0 0

Homes were reported flooded at Barrio

Candelaria, Villa Clemente, and

Candelaria Arenas.

San Juan And

Vicinity

Bayamon 0 0

A home was reported flooded at Santa

Monica neighborhood in Bayamon.

PRZ002

0 0

A bridge was washed away by the rains in

Humacao municipality.

PRZ009

0 0

Road 140, km. 40.1 in Utuado was reported

flooded.

PRZ009

0 0

Landslide was reported in Utuado

municipality.

North Central

Manati 0 0

Highway 2 and road 149 were reported

impassable.

San Juan And

Vicinity

Toa Baja 0 0

Thirty homes were reported flooded at

Barrio Candelaria.

Northeast

Ceiba 2 0

Afternoon showers and thunderstorms

produced 5 to 6 inches of rainfall across

portions of the Luquillo rainforest.

Runoff from this rainfall caused the

River Fajardo to swell. The flood wave

had already passed, however the river

current remained strong when two

individuals swimming in the river

were unable to escape the strong

current, and drowned.

M28IW, M17IW

San Juan And

Vicinity

Southeast Portion 0 0

A home was reported flooded at Las Lomas

in Rio Piedras.

North Central

Manati 0 0

A flooded home was reported along road 685.

North Central

Barceloneta 0 0

A flooded home was reported at Barrio

Garrochales, three flooded homes were

reported at Cano Tiburon.

North Central

Vega Alta 0 0

Urban and street flooding was reported

along Highway 2, and Barrio Bajura, a

home was reported flooded in Sector

Manantial.

North Central

Barceloneta 0 0

Highway 2 was reported flooded along

Pfizer and Abbot Labs.

San Juan And

Vicinity

Toa Baja 0 0

A flooded home was reported at Barrio

Candelaria, along road 865.

San Juan And

Vicinity

San Juan 0 0

Urban and street flooding was reported at

Bechara Industrial Park in San Juan.

San Juan And

Vicinity

San Juan 0 0

A small stream was reported out of its

banks in Barrio Obrero, Santurce. A

flooded home was reported in San Jose,

Rio Piedras.

San Juan And

Vicinity

Toa Baja 0 0

A home was reported flooded at Barrio

Ingenio.

San Juan And

Vicinity

San Juan 0 0

A flooded home was reported in San Jos,

Rio Piedras.

North Central

Vega Alta 0 0

Urban and street flooding was reported in

Barrio Carmelita, Brenas, road 1 and

Palma real, and along road 690.

North Central

Dorado 0 0

A resident reported a small stream flooded

near Barrio San Carlos.

San Juan And

Vicinity

San Juan 0 0

Ten homes were reported flooded in low

lying areas of San Juan like Barrio

Obrero in Santurce, and San Jose in

Rio Piedras.

San Juan And

Vicinity

Carolina 0 0

Urban flooding was reported in Carolina

along Montserrate Final Avenue, in front

of 711 store, and along road 65th Infantry

in front of El Comandante.

PRZ001-005-005

0 0 5K

Fallen tree along highway 2 in the Toa

Baja municipality between La Virgencita

and Holsum.

North Central

Vega Baja 0 0

A flooded home was reported in Barrio

Pueblo.

PRZ005

0 0

Landslide reported at Barrio Santa Rosa

in Vega Alta.

North Central

Dorado 0 0

Flooded home was reported at the Chorro

de Maguayo sector.

Northwest

Camuy 0 0

Flooded home was reported at Barrio

Sabana.

PRZ005

0 0 5K

Strong winds blew off the zinc roof of a

home at Barrio Rio Lajas, Los Ayalas

sector in the municipality of Toa Alta.

PRZ001

0 0 2K

Strong winds blew off a tent which fell

over power lines at Hermanas Davila in

Bayamon City.

PRZ005

0 0

Landslide was reported at Barrio Almirante

Norte, road 160 in the municipality of

Vega Baja.

North Central

Arecibo 0 0

A flooded home was reported at Sector

Arenas.

North Central

Arecibo 0 0

A flooded home was reported at Barrio

Santana.

North Central

Arecibo 0 0

Urban flooding was reported at Barrio

Bajadero.

Ponce And Vicinity

Juana Diaz 0 0

Road 149, Intersection with road 552 was

reported impassable.

PRZ005-008>009

0 0

Landslide was reported at Barrio Bajadero,

Sector Carreras 2 in the Arecibo

municipality.

PRZ001

0 0

Street flooding and water over a small

bridge were reported at Villa Nevarez

in Rio Piedras.

Ponce And Vicinity

Ponce 0 0

Afternoon showers and thunderstorms caused

urban flooding in the city of Ponce. A

spotter reported 4.92 inches of rain for

the period from 1530-1850.

RHODE ISLAND

RIZ001

0 0 35K

Low pressure moving through the mid

Atlantic states brought strong southeast

winds to parts of southern New England,

including the higher elevations of

northern Rhode Island where a gust to

58 mph was reported by an amateur radio

operator. Several trees were blown down

in Foster and Burrillville. There were

no reports of injuries.

SOUTH CAROLINA, Central

Richland County

4 NW Pontiac 0 0 0 0

Sheriff reported 3/4 inch hail near the

Clemson Ag Experimental Station.

Fairfield County

2 SSW Winnsboro to 0 0 0 0

3 SE Blair

Public called in with a couple of reports

of penny size hail.

Lancaster County

Lancaster 0 0 125K 0

Lightning struck a home on Westmoreland

Drive and caused significant damage.

Newberry County

6 S Whitmire 0 0 0 0

FOX TV reported a tornado briefly touched

down near hwys 176 and 121. The twister

only damaged some trees.

Lexington County

Red Bank 0 0 0 0

HAM radio operator reported 3/4 inch hail.

Aiken County

North Augusta 0 0

SKYWARN HAM reported golf ball size hail.

Newberry County

Chappells 0 0 0 0

Sheriff reported several trees down in

Chappells.

Aiken County

North Augusta 0 0

Public reported nickel size hail.

Saluda County

2 E Saluda 0 0 0 0

Sheriff reported 3/4 inch hail on

hwy 378.

Aiken County

Aiken 0 0 0 0

SKYWARN HAM reported 3/4 inch hail.

Lexington County

8 NW Lexington 0 0 0 0

SKYWARN HAM reported 3/4 inch hail at

Lake Murray.

Saluda County

Batesburg 0 0 0 0

SKYWARN HAM reported 3/4 inch hail.

Aiken County

Clearwater 0 0 0 0

Sheriff reported 3/4 inch hail.

Aiken County

New Ellenton 0 0 0 0

Sheriff reported trees down on Cedar

Branch Road and also Windy Lane.

Aiken County

North Augusta 0 0 0

Sheriff reported trees and powerlines

down.

Richland County

2 NNE Ballentine 0 0 0 0

Public reported 3/4 inch hail in the

Ballentine and south Chapin areas.

Lexington County

10 E Lexington 0 0 0 0

Emergency Manager reported several trees

down in Oak Grove.

Fairfleld County

5 E Blair to 0 0 0 0

Jenkinsville

Sheriff reported trees down over the

western portions of the county.

Richland County

Columbia 0 0 0

Highway dept reported several trees down

around the city of Columbia.

Calhoun County

15 NW St Matthews 0 0 0

Electric coop reported large branches and

powerlines down just north of Sandy Run.

Orangeburg County

11 SW Orangeburg to 0 0 0 0

7 SW Orangeburg

Sheriff reported trees down on hwy 70 and

also Slab Landing Road.

Fairfield County

6 ESE Ridgeway 0 0 0 0

Highway dept reported several trees down.

Kershaw County

Lugoff 0 0

Public reported ping pong ball size hail.

Richland County

Hopkins 0 0 0

Electric coop reported trees and

powerlines down.

Calhoun County

1 N St Matthews 0 0 0 0

Sheriff reported trees down on U.S. 601

just north of St. Matthews.

Bamberg County

Countywide 0 0 0

Sheriff reported trees down across the

county.

Barnwell County

Williston to 0 0 0

Blackville

Pilot reported numerous trees and

powerlines down from Williston to

Blackville.

Sumter County

Shaw Afb 0 0 0 0

Shaw military police reported several

trees down on the base.

Orangeburg County

Santee 0 0 0

Electric coop reported trees and

powerlines down in Santee.

Mccormick County

16 NW Mc Cormick 0 0 0 0

Sheriff reported a couple of trees down

on hwy 823 near Mt. Carmel.

Mccormick County

12 SSE Mc Cormick 0 0 0

Park Service reported powerlines and

large signs blown down.

Lexington County

Pelion to 0 0 0

South Congaree

Utility company reported some trees and

powerlines down from Pelion to S.

Congaree.

SOUTH CAROLINA, North Coastal

NOT RECEIVED.

SOUTH CAROLINA, Northwest

SCZ004-006-019

0 0 35K

High winds developed around noon across

the Upstate, and continued through the

afternoon hours. Numerous trees and power

lines were blown down, some onto vehicles.

At least one tree fell on and damaged a

home in Greenwood County.

Pickens County

Central 0 0

Recent heavy rain (3.27 inches reported at

KAND from 3/27 through 4/2) were blamed

for washing away the underpinnings of a

county road passing through the campus

of Southern Wesleyan University. A small

sinkhole developed in the middle of the

road as a result. A 35-year-old male

employee of the university died of

suffocation (indirect) when he fell

in the hole.

Anderson County

6 SSE Anderson 0 0

Anderson County

Honea Path 0 0 1K

Several trees blown down and shingles

off a roof.

Abbeville County

Donalds 0 0

Also, public reported 1.00 inch hail 3 NW

of the town of Due West around the same

time. Public also reported 0.88 inch

hail in Donalds.

Anderson County

10 SE Anderson to 0 0 3K

12 SE Anderson

This weak tornado touched down near highway

185, just east of the 413 intersection,

where some pine trees were snapped. The

tornado produced intermittent damage over

the next 3 miles. Large tree limbs were

blown down just east of Wright Elementary.

The tornado continued east/northeast,

causing roof damage to a church near

Saylors Crossing. A pine tree was uprooted

near this location as well. The tornado

blew down some large limbs before lifting

near the intersection of SSR 119 and

highway 20. Public works also reported

ping-pong ball sized hail in the southern

part of the county at this time (exact

location unspecified).

Abbeville County

Donalds to 0 0

6 N Due West

Trees and power lines down. Lines also

reported down 6 miles north of the town

of Due West.

Abbeville County

Abbeville 0 0 10K

Numerous trees and power lines blown down

in and around the city. At least one tree

fell on a house.

Abbeville County

3 NW Donalds 0 0

Greenwood County

Hodges 0 0

Spotter also relayed non-specific report

of large hail. Also non-specific report

of large hail 3 SE Hodges along

highway 25.

Laurens County

Laurens 0 0

Laurens County

Waterloo 0 0

Trees down in Waterloo.

Oconee County

Salem 0 0

Golfball sized hail also reported on

Little River Baptist Church Road,

5 miles NNW of Salem at 1:57 PM EST.

Oconee County

Salem 0 0 1K

Lightning struck a barn, starting

a small fire.

Abbeville County

Lowndesville 0 0

Oconee County

Seneca 0 0 5K

A 60 foot tree reported on a house with

some structural damage in Seneca. Ham

radio report of numerous trees down

across southern Oconee County. Several

roads were closed due to fallen trees.

Newspaper reported 600 customers lost

power.

Pickens County

8 WNW Pickens 0 0

Spotter estimated winds of 75 to

100 mph. He counted over 100 large

trees uprooted in a divergent pattern

in a 25 acre area near the Keowee

Mountain Estates off of highway 133

near Nine Times.

Pickens County

Six Mile 0 0

Pickens County

6 WNW Pickens to 0 0 10K

Liberty

Divergent damage path ran from the

intersection of Shady Grove and Martin

School Rds to highway 178 north of

Pickens. Spotter estimated 65 mph winds

in Pickens. Several trees and lines down

from Pickens to Liberty. At least one

tree fell on a house near Liberty High

School. A car was blown into another

car at the Nissan plant near Liberty.

Pickens County

3 NNW Pickens to 0 0 15K

6 NE Pickens

This tornado touched down just northwest

of Pickens, where 3 barns were destroyed

near the intersection of Gravley Rd and

Artie Rd. Numerous trees were blown down

from the intersection of Red Hill and

Reece Mill Rds east to highway 178. The

tornado continued an intermittent ENE

track, snapping off and uprooting

numerous trees along an 8 mile path

before lifting west of Dacusville. At

least one tree fell on a house, and at

least one car was damaged. Newspaper

reported thousands of power outages

across the county. There was also a

spotter report of mothball hail in

Pickens at 2:30.

Anderson County

Anderson 0 0

Pickens County

Sunset 0 0

Trees blocked highway 11.

Pickens County

Easley 0 0 10K

Numerous trees down on roads and power

lines. At least 1 tree fell on a house,

and at least one other fell on a car.

Newspaper reported a total of 22 broken

power poles across the county.

Pickens County

Easley 0 0

Greenville County

Greenville to 0 0 25K

Greer

County reported numerous trees and power

lines blown down, mainly from the north

and east sides of Greenville to Taylors

and Greer. At least 2 trees fell on

houses and several fell on vehicles.

A piece of sheet metal was peeled from

the roof of a building on Trade St in

downtown Greer. In addition, a 51 knot

gust was measured at Donaldson Center

at 2:51 PM EST.

Anderson County

Anderson 0 0

Greenville County

Simpsonville 0 0 5K

Several people reported numerous trees

down. A 12 inch diameter oak tree fell

on a vehicle and the roof of one

residence.

Abbeville County

Countywide 0 0

Trees down in unspecified locations in

the county.

Abbeville County

Lowndesville 0 0

Spartanburg County

Greer to 0 0 15K

6 S Lyman

A portion of a roof was torn off an

unoccupied store at Hillview Plaza.

BMW reported a temporary construction

wall collapsed at their plant. Trees

and lines down near Lyman and also

in Duncan.

Greenville County

11 N Greenville 0 0

Public report on highway 253 between

North Greenville College and Greenville.

Abbeville County

Abbeville 0 0

Lightning was responsible for a power

outage in the city that lasted about

2 hours.

Spartanburg County

Spartanburg 0 0

Quite a few trees and power lines down

in and around the city.

Greenwood County

South Greenwood 0 0 2K

Scattered trees down across the southern

part of the county, including on the

south side of the city and in Ninety

Six. One house had roof damage in

Greenwood.

Cherokee County

Countywide 0 0

Scattered trees and lines down across

the southern part of the county.

Laurens County

Waterloo 0 0

Trees down and non-specific large hail.

Greenwood County

Greenwood 0 0

A couple of trees blown down on the

northwest side of Greenwood.

Union County

Union 0 0 3K

Tree fell on a car and a portable,

electronic sign was blown across a

parking lot. Also, marble hail

covered the ground.

Abbeville County

Abbeville 0 0 10K

Lightning struck the steeple of Abbeville

Presbyterian Church, igniting a fire.

SOUTH CAROLINA, South Coastal

SCZ042

1 0

Deep low pressure developed to the north

of the region. Southern South Carolina,

including Hampton county, was in a dry

slot on the 2nd with sunny skies allowing

the atmosphere to mix into very strong

winds aloft. Wind gusts to 50 mph were

common across the region. This brought

numerous trees down across the region.

One man was killed when a tree landed

on his truck in Yemassee.

M45VE

Charleston County

James Is 0 0

Hail up to the size of quarters fell on

James Island.

Hampton County

Varnville 0 0

Jasper County

Grays to 0 0

Hardeeville

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees.

Hampton County

4 ESE Estill to 0 0

Furman

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees.

Nickel size hail fell near Estill.

Jasper County

12 WNW Ridgeland 0 0

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees

along Highway 321.

Beaufort County

Sheldon 0 0

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees,

a few which were partially blocking

Highway 17.

SOUTH DAKOTA, Central and North

NONE REPORTED.

SOUTH DAKOTA, Southeast

SDZ069

0 0

Numerous grass fires were reported across

Yankton County as strong winds combined

with dry weather conditions and dry

vegetation. The fires burned mainly

in fields, with several along railroad

tracks. No reports of damage amounts

were received.

Clay County

1 N Vermillion 0 0

Turner County

2 N Davis 0 0

Runoff from heavy rain caused flooding

of low areas and some roads, including

Turner County Road 41.

Minnehaha County

Sioux Falls 0 0

Hail mostly pea to marble size included

a few quarter size stones.

Bon Homme County

Tyndall 0 0 70K

Bleachers and track equipment at a high

school football field and track were

blown over and heavily damaged. A few

tree branches were blown down in town,

but most of the damage was confined to

the school area.

Bon Homme County

Scotland 0 0 150K

Thunderstorm winds blew over and heavily

damaged a concession stand at a ball

park, damaged front of two businesses

on Main Street, blew down several trees,

damaged several small buildings at nearby

farms, and injured several calves.

Hutchinson County

Menno to 0 0 500K

6 N Menno

Thunderstorm winds caused widespread

damage in Menno. Numerous trees including

several large trees were uprooted.

Numerous homes were damaged, some

directly by the wind and others by

tree and other debris. Garages were

especially hard hit, including at least

one garage which was destroyed. A grain

elevator was damaged, with a catwalk and

conveyor being blown over. An historical

post office addition to a log building

was destroyed, doors and part of the roof

of a flour mill were blown down, and

doors were blown off several other

buildings. Many homes and other buildings

had windows broken and siding damaged.

A few small storage buildings were

destroyed, and others were damaged or

blown over. Several farms were heavily

damaged, with machine sheds, at least

one hog barn, and several other small

structures destroyed. Several vehicles

were damaged, including one pickup which

was pushed partly onto the porch of a

house. Power lines and poles were blown

down, resulting in a power outage in

Menno.

Turner County

Dolton 0 0 50K

Thunderstorm winds damaged trees, power

lines, and farm buildings. A 60 foot silo

was blown down, grain bins were damaged,

and outbuildings were pushed off

foundations.

Hutchinson County

9 N Freeman 0 0 1K

Thunderstorm winds blew down a small

storage building.

Mccook County

Bridgewater 0 0

Thunderstorm winds damaged trees,

including a few trees blown down.

The winds also damaged siding and

roofs on some homes.

Mccook County

Canistota 0 0 250K

Thunderstorm winds damaged numerous homes

and other structures, as well as trees

and power lines. Roofs were blown off

a seed company building, a lumber yard

building, and a large machine shed.

Additional damage was done to these

buildings and others. Shingles were

blown off several roofs. The grandstand

and one dugout at a ball park was

destroyed, and the other dugout, the

lights, and the outfield fence were

damaged. Debris from the ball park was

blown into a yard a block and a half

away. Several vehicles were damaged,

including windows blown out or knocked

out by debris.

Mccook County

5 SW Salem 0 1 10K

Thunderstorm winds blew over a truck on

Interstate 90, causing minor injuries

to the driver.

Mccook County

Montrose 0 0

Thunderstorm winds caused damage to trees

and small buildings. The amount of damage

was not known.

Lake County

2 SE Madison 0 0

Thunderstorm winds blew over small

storage buildings. The amount of

damage was not known.

Lake County

1 W Nunda 0 0

Lake County

6 N Madison 0 0

Hail covered the ground along Highway 81.

Lake County

6 SE Nunda 0 0

Moody County

10 N Colman 0 0

Brookings County

1 S Elkton 0 0

Moody County

8 N Flandreau 0 0

Lincoln County

1 S Worthing 0 0

Lincoln County

1 SE Worthing 0 0

Lincoln County

4 E Harrisburg 0 0

Clay County

1 N Vermillion 0 0

Runoff from over 3 inches of rain in

4 hours caused flooding of streets,

yards, and other low areas.

Union County

1 E Junction City 0 0

Runoff from 4 inches of rain in 5 hours

caused flooding of streets and low areas.

SOUTH DAKOTA, West

SDZ049

0 0 0 0

Strong southerly winds developed across

south central South Dakota during the

late morning and persisted through the

afternoon. The strongest winds were felt

across Tripp County, where the winds

were sustained at 35 to 50 mph, with

gusts to 65 mph.

SDZ002-013>014-032-

043>044-046>047-049

0 0 0 0

A low pressure system moved across the

Central Plains on the 10th and 11th.

Rain fell across central South Dakota

on the 10th and into the morning hours

on the 11th. As colder air moved into

the area at the end of the storm, the

rain changed to snow and fell heavy at

times through the morning and early

afternoon. A quick 3 to 7 inches of

snow fell across many areas from Lemmon

to Martin and eastward across central

South Dakota. The cooperative observer

at Faith measured a total of 9.8 inches

of snow.

Perkins County

Bison to 0 0 20K 0

1 E Bison

A dust devil developed on the west side

of Bison as a dry cold front passed

across the area. As it moved east across

town, it blew out windows on several

automobiles, damaged a 160 square foot

section of roof from a house, and tore

shingles off several buildings. The dust

devil also pulled a flag pole out of the

ground. No one was injured. The dust

devil was approximately 20 feet wide and

the path length was one and a half miles.

SDZ024-028

0 0 0 0

A strong spring storm developed across

the Central Rockies and moved across the

Central Plains. This storm brought heavy

snow to the higher elevations of the

northern and central Black Hills. Rain

and snow changed to all snow during the

early morning and continued through the

day. The heaviest snow fell at elevations

above 5000 feet, where 5 to 10 inches

accumulated.

TENNESSEE, Central

Bedford County

Wartrace 0 0 1K

Potts Road was flooded.

Wilson County

6 S Watertown 0 0 1K

Greenvale Road was flooded.

Cumberland County

11 SW Crab Orchard 0 0

Cumberland County

Crossville 0 0

Spotter reported pea tp penny size hail.

Wayne County

8 WSW Waynesboro 0 0

Dime to penny size hail reported.

Benton County

Camden 0 0 10K

Lightning struck the satellite dish and

receiver to radio station WFWL in Camden.

The radio station’s production control

board was also damaged. A new board

costs about $2000 to $3000. There was

damage to the station’s telephone and

computer systems as well.

Benton County

1.4 SE Big Sandy 0 0

Newspaper article about a large tree

falling on Sulphur Creek Road in Big

Sandy. The newspaper article mentioned

other trees were downed in many parts

of the county.

Williamson County

Fairview 0 0

Robertson County

Cross Plains 0 0

Benton County

4.5 NE Holladay 0 0

Nickel size hail reported by Spotter.

Hickman County

10 NE Centerville 0 0

Sheriff’s deputy reported nickel size hail

was beating down on his patrol car.

Davidson County

Oak Hill 0 0

Nickel size hail reported.

Montgomery County

Clarksville 0 0

Coffee County

Beech Grove 0 0

Penny size hail reported by law

enforcement and Skywarn Spotter.

Putnam County

Baxter 0 0

Penny size hail reported.

Overton County

Livingston 0 0

Penny size hail reported.

Warren County

5 WNW Mc Minnville 0 0

Overton County

Hilham 0 0

Penny size hail reported by spotter.

Warren County

2 N Mc Minnville 0 0

Spotter reported quarter size hail.

Coffee County

Tullahoma 0 0

Spotter reported dime to nickel size

hail.

Warren County

Mc Minnville 0 0

Spotter reported dime to quarter size

hail.

Coffee County

Tullahoma 0 0

Spotter reported nickel to quarter

size hail.

Warren County

Mc Minnville 0 0

Hail to half dollar size reported

by Spotter at Winddrift Court.

White County

Doyle 0 0

Penny size hail observed.

Fentress County

Grimsley 0 0

Quarter size hail reported by spotter.

White County

Sparta 0 0

Nickel to golf ball size hail reported

by spotter.

White County

Sparta 0 0

Tree limbs were blown down.

Fentress County

Grimsley 0 0

Spotter reported golf ball size hail.

Pickett County

4 SE Byrdstown 0 0

Half dollar size hail reported.

Sumner County

Countywide 0 0

Several trees were blown down, resulting

in 3 roads closed. First was at U.S.

Highway 31E at New Shackle Island Road

in Hendersonville, second at Hwy 25

and Douglas Ln. in Gallatin and the

third Hwy 25 at Rock Springs Road, or

about .6 miles northwest of Castalian

Springs.

White County

Doyle 0 0

Golf ball size hail reported.

White County

Quebeck 0 0

Golf ball size hail reported.

Grundy County

Coalmont 0 0

Nickel to quarter size hail reported.

Cumberland County

3.8 NNW Mayland 0 0

Nickel size hail reported by spotter

on the Cumberland-Putnam County line.

Van Buren County

Spencer 0 0

Pickett County

Byrdstown 0 0

Sheriffs office reported dime to nickel

size hail.

Van Buren County

Spencer 0 0

Warren County

8 SW Mc Minnville 0 0

Public report of 3/4 inch hail.

Dickson County

2 SE Dickson 0 0 1K

Water was over the bridge on Gum

Branch Rd.

Wilson County

4 NW Mt Juliet 0 0 1K

Water was up to near top of bridge on

Necdmore Rd. Lots of ponded water on

roadway.

Trousdale County

5 W Hartsville 0 0 1K

Rankin Road was flooded by creek in

two places.

Sumner County

5.8 NE Gallatin 0 0 1K

Deshea Creek was over the road.

TENNESSEE, East

Marion County

8 NNW Jasper 0 0 3K

Several trees down along Gizzard Road.

Sequatchie County

6 SSW Dunlap 0 0 1K

One tree uprooted along Pickett Road

south of Daus.

Campbell County

3 SW Caryville 0 0

Nickel-size hail reported in southwest

portion of county.

Marion County

East Central Portion 0 0

Numerous roads closed near streams

flowing off Walden Ridge. Some farmland

flooded, but no crop damage reported

due to early season.

Bledsoe County

South Portion 0 0

Water over roads in numerous locations.

Hamilton County

West Portion 0 0 100K

Roads closed along Walden Ridge,

especially between Soddy Daisy and

Red Bank. Numerous streams flowing

off the Cumberland Plateau rose out

of banks, damaging several roads and

small bridges in the area. Detours

caused widespread traffic problems

in the area for a few days afterward.

Sequatchie County

East Portion 0 0 5K

A few roads closed along Walden Ridge

as creeks rose out of banks. Buckling

of asphalt occurred on a private road.

Bradley County

Countywide 0 0 50K

Numerous roads closed countywide. One

small bridge washed out.

Rhea County

Dayton 0 0

Numerous roads closed in Dayton.

Intersections and underpasses flooded.

Some drivers briefly stranded in

their cars.

Morgan County

2 E Wartburg 0 0

Quarter-size hail reported east of

Wartburg.

Morgan County

3 E Wartburg 0 0

Nickel-size reported east of Wartburg.

Bledsoe County

4 NW Pikeville 0 0

Penny-size hail reported on Wheeler

Mountain on the Cumberland Plateau.

Polk County

5 S Benton 0 0

One tree down on Welcome Valley Road

south of Benton.

Mcminn County

Etowah 0 0

Quarter-size hail reported in and

around Etowah.

Mcminn County

2 N Niota 0 0

Dime-size hail nearly covering the

ground on County Road 351.

Loudon County

6 W Loudon 0 0

Penny-size hail reported near Roane

County border.

Monroe County

Sweetwater 0 0

Nickel-size hail reported near

Sweetwater.

Roane County

Harriman 0 0 2K

Two trees reported down on powerlines

in Harriman.

Monroe County

Sweetwater 0 0 1K

One tree down in Sweetwater.

Roane County

5 SW Kingston 0 0 5K

Several trees down on and along River

Road on Highway 304.

Roane County

Harriman 0 0 5K

Several trees down on and along

Cumberland Street in Harriman.

Monroe County

Madisonville 0 0

Nickel-size hail in Madisonville.

Anderson County

Oak Ridge 0 0

Knox County

Knoxville 0 0 5K

Numerous trees and powerlines down

countywide.

Blount County

Maryville 0 0 5K

Several trees down countywide.

Union County

3 E Sharps Chapel 0 0 5K

Several trees down.

Grainger County

Buffalo Spgs 0 0 5K

Several trees and powerlines down in

Buffalo Springs.

Grainger County

Rutledge 0 0

Penny-size hail in Rutledge.

Hamblen County

5 SW Morristown 0 0 5K

A power pole and several powerlines

down in Alpha near intersection

of Highway 11E and Highway 160.

Cocke County

Bybee 0 0

Estimated 60 mph winds in Bybee area.

Greene County

Mosheim 0 0 3K

A few trees down in the south half of

county.

Sequatchie County

Cagle 0 0

Bledsoe County

7 SW Pikeville 0 0

Quarter-size hail

Morgan County

Sunbright 0 0

Golf-ball size hail.

Marion County

7 SW Whitwell 0 0

Quarter-size hail

Morgan County

2 NE Sunbright 0 0

Quarter-size hail.

Bledsoe County

2 N Pikeville 0 0

Quarter-size hail.

Rhea County

Dayton 0 0 2K

A few trees down in Dayton.

Bledsoe County

Pikeville 0 0 5K

Numerous trees down countywide.

Campbell County

3 SW Jellico 0 0

Quarter-size hail.

Meigs County

Ten Mile 0 0 3K

A few trees down in Ten Mile.

Union County

2 S Maynardville 0 0

Quarter-size hail.

Monroe County

Sweetwater 0 0

Penny-size hail.

Knox County

Knoxville 0 0

Golfball-size hail in Knoxville.

Mcminn County

Athens 0 0

Penny-size hail.

Blount County

2 N Maryville 0 0 3K

A few trees down in the Rockford area.

Reported by the Highway Department.

Polk County

Benton 0 0

Penny-size hail.

Loudon County

Lenoir City 0 0

Penny-size hail.

Grainger County

Buffalo Spgs 0 0

Penny-size hail in Buffalo Springs area.

Jefferson County

Jefferson City 0 0

Golfball-size hail in Jefferson City.

Hamblen County

Morristown 0 0 25K

A roof was blown off a house on Kidwells

Ridge Road.

Hamblen County

Russellville 0 0

Penny-size hail.

Jefferson County

1 NE Jefferson City 0 0

Nickel-size hail

Cocke County

Bybee 0 0

Penny-size hail.

Hawkins County

Mooresburg 0 0

Quarter-size hail.

Greene County

5 SW Greeneville 0 0

Quarter-size hail.

Greene County

Greeneville 0 0 3K

Several trees down in Greeneville.

Hawkins County

Mooresburg 0 0 5K

Trees down in Mooresburg, St Clair,

Fields Gap and Clinch Valley.

Sullivan County

Sullivan Gardens 0 0

Nickel-size hail.

Washington County

Liberty 0 0 3K

Several trees down in Liberty.

Mcminn County

3 E Calhoun 0 0

Penny-size hail.

Sullivan County

Bluff City 0 0 2K

One tree down in Bluff City on Dry

Branch Road.

Monroe County

3 N Madisonville 0 0

Penny-size hail

Blount County

2 W Maryville 0 0

Penny-size hail.

Bradley County

Cleveland 0 0 86K

Bradley County EMA reported straight

line wind damage across a 2 mile path

in Cleveland. 13 structures were

damaged.

TENNESSEE, South Central

Lincoln County

5 S Fayetteville 0 0

A tree and power pole were blown down

by thunderstorm winds in Park City.

Franklin County

Huntland 0 0

Estimated thunderstorm wind gust of

60 mph was reported in Huntland.

Franklin County

Huntland 0 0

Penny size hail was reported.

Franklin County

Sewanee 0 0

Penny size hail was reported.

TENNESSEE, West

Shelby County

Millington 0 0 0.01K

Weakley County

Martin 0 0 10K

Several tree limbs were blown down.

Some of the fallen limbs snapped a

power pole.

Mcnairy County

Ramer 0 0 1K

Several roads were flooded.

Madison County

Bemis 0 0 15K

Four power poles were blown down onto

a gas station. Several telephone lines

were also blown down.

Carroll County

Huntingdon 0 0 10K

A large tree limb was knocked down

damaging a house and a fence.

Shelby County

Memphis 0 0 900K

Several mobile homes were blown off of

their foundation just east of the

Memphis International Airport. Some

trees were also knocked down. One tree

limb fell on a power line and started

a fire to a house in East Memphis.

Another large tree fell down and

damaged a home in the Midtown

section of Memphis.

Shelby County

Germantown 0 0 15K

One house was damaged. A few trees

were blown down.

Madison County

Bemis 0 0 25K

The First Baptist Church of Bemis was

damaged.

Hardin County

Savannah 0 0 10K

One large oak tree was blown down on

a house.

Lauderdale County

3 N Ripley 0 0 0.75K

Crockett County

4 SE Friendship 0 0 0.01K

Tipton County

Gilt Edge to 0 0 8.5K

2 W Covington

Location Character of Storm

OREGON, Central and East

ORZ049

High Wind (G51)

A brief wind gust of 59 MPH was recorded at

Union Junction, located four miles northwest

of the town of Union.

Morrow County

Ione Flash Flood

A flood control ditch was blocked in the

city of Ione when a thunderstorm with heavy

rain moved through the area. As a result

water backed up in the streets of the

downtown Ione area flooding several

businesses. One business reported having at

least 14 inches of water inside. No

significant damage was noted at any of the

businesses from the flash flood. The

property damage from this event is estimated

at $2,000.

Umatilla County

3 W Stanfield Hail (0.75)

Umatilla County

10 SSW Hermiston Flash Flood

A rupture in a retaining wall of a

wastewater storage lagoon led to a dam

failure which sent 77 million gallons of

wastewater onto highway 207 south-southwest

of Hermiston, washing out part of the road,

and depositing several feet of silt on the

road. A resident across the highway ended up

with four feet of mud surrounding his home.

The flash flood also damaged lines in the

Westland Irrigation District. The storage

lagoon was at around half capacity at the

time of the flood.

OREGON, Northwest

Clackamas County

3 WNW Oregon City Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Clackamas County

West Linn Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

OREGON, Southeast

NONE REPORTED.

OREGON, Southwest

ORZ021-021-021

High Wind (G64)

Recorded at Cape Blanco.

A High Wind Watch was issued for this event

at 02/0444 PST, but it was cancelled at

02/1455 PST and no warning was in effect

during the event. It was a localized event,

however, as winds at Cape Arago were well

below warning criteria. Winds met warning

criteria continuously at Cape Blanco from

02/2100 until 03/0600 PST. The first and

last verifying observations as well as the

highest sustained wind speed are listed

above. The last verifying gust was also the

highest one.

ORZ021-021-021-021-

021

High Wind (G70)

Recorded at Cape Blanco.

A High Wind Warning was issued for the

coastal headlands of Oregon zones ORZ021/022

at 08/0045 PST, effective until 08/0800 PST.

It was extended to 08/1100 PST at 08/0840

PST. It was cancelled at 08/1040 PST. The

warning verified continuously from 07/2325

PST through 08/0800 PST, except possibly at

08/0700 PST. The first and last verifying

observation is recorded above, along with

The Highest sustained wind and highest gust.

ORZ021-021-021

High Wind (G59)

Recorded at Cape Blanco.

No warning was issued for this brief high

wind event. The warning verified

continuously from 10/2100 PST until 11/0000

PST. The first, last and maximum sustained

winds are recorded above, along with the

peak gust.

Josephine County

Grants Pass Heavy Rain

A spotter 4 NNW of Grants Pass recorded 3.60

inches of rain in one hour ending at 1630

PDT.

Josephine County

Grants Pass Heavy Rain

A spotter 2 N of Grants Pass recorded 2.00

inches of rain in one hour ending at 1630

PDT.

Josephine County

Merlin Heavy Rain

A spotter 2 SSW of Merlin recorded 2.00

inches of rain in 45 minutes ending at 1655

PDT. A Flash Flood Warning was issued for

northeastern Josephine County, including the

city of Grants Pass, at 27/1648 PDT

effective until 27/1815 PDT. The warning

was expired at 27/1814 PDT. The above

reports verify that extraordinarily heavy

rain (for this region) fell in the warning

area. Several other reports were received

indicating mud and debris on county roads

and street flooding in the city of Grants

Pass.

PACIFIC

GUZ005>006

Volcanic Ash

Anatahan volcano, located 80 miles north of

Saipan and 205 miles north-northeast of

Guam, underwent a short but powerful

eruption around 0130 SST the morning of

April 6th, sending an ash/gas cloud up to

above 50,000 feet. The ash cloud moved o

Saipan and Tinian during the morning,

causing twilight-like darkness until nearly

1200 SST, and depositing 2 to 3 mm of gritty

black ash on both islands. Japan Air Lines

and Cape Air cancelled flights into and out

of Saipan, and most of the public schools

sent their students home.

The cloud slowly dispersed as it continued

south, leaving a trace of ash on Rota during

the afternoon, and on Guam that evening.

Micronesia

Pohnpei Heavy Rain

A strong and persistent trade-wind

disturbance brought heavy rain to Pohnpei,

totaling 8.81 inches at the airport in the

24 hours ending at 1600 SST on April 30th.

There was one indirect fatality when a mane

in his early 40s was killed by a falling

tree during the heavy rain. Since winds were

light during the event, the tree must have

fallen as a result of loose soil conditions

and/or heavy rain loading.

PENNSYLVANIA, Central

PAZ056

Flood

Heavy rain caused Shermans Creek at Shermans

Dale to flood. The creek exceeded flood

stage of 9 feet at 16:30 EST on the 2nd,

crested at 9.36 feet at 18:15 EST on the

2nd, then fell back below flood stage at

22:45 EST on the 2nd.

PAZ058>059

Flood

A low pressure system developed along the

western Gulf Coast on Friday April 1st, and

then tracked northeast into southwest

Pennsylvania by Saturday morning, April 2nd.

The low then slowly tracked into northeast

Pennsylvania by early Sunday morning on

April 3rd, while deepening rapidly.

Abundant moisture drawn from both the Gulf

of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean combined with

the dynamics from the strengthening storm

system to produce widespread heavy rainfall

across the lower Susquehanna Valley during

the daytime hours on Saturday. Average

rainfall amounts of 1 to 3 inches occurred

during this time. This heavy rainfall led to

numerous road closures as smaller streams

and creeks overflowed their banks during

Saturday afternoon and evening.

The heavy rainfall and subsequent flooding

abated during Saturday evening.

PAZ064

Flood

A low pressure system developed along the

western Gulf Coast on Friday April 1st, and

then tracked northeast into southwest

Pennsylvania by Saturday morning, April 2nd.

The low then slowly tracked into northeast

Pennsylvania by early Sunday morning on

April 3rd, while deepening rapidly.

Abundant moisture drawn from both the Gulf

of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean combined with

the dynamics from the strengthening stone

system to produce widespread heavy rainfall

across the lower Susquehanna Valley during

the daytime hours on Saturday. Average

rainfall amounts of 1 to 3 inches occurred

during this time. This heavy rainfall led to

to numerous road closures as smaller

streams and creeks overflowed their banks

during Saturday afternoon and evening. The

heavy rainfall tapered off Saturday night,

but subsequent flooding from runoff

persisted into early Sunday morning.

PAZ056>057-063-

065>066

Flood

A low pressure system developed along the

western Gulf Coast on Friday April 1st, and

then tracked northeast into southwest

Pennsylvania by Saturday morning, April 2nd.

The low then slowly tracked into northeast

Pennsylvania by early Sunday morning on

April 3rd, while deepening rapidly.

Abundant moisture drawn from both the Gulf

of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean combined with

the dynamics from the strengthening storm

system to produce widespread heavy rainfall

across the lower Susquehanna Valley during

the daytime hours on Saturday. Average

rainfall amounts of 1 to 3 inches occurred

during this time. This heavy rainfall led to

numerous road closures as smaller streams

and Creeks overflowed their banks during

Saturday afternoon and evening.

The heavy rainfall tapered off late

Saturday night, but subsequent flooding from

runoff persisted into Sunday morning.

PAZ063

Flood

Heavy rain caused Yellow Breeches Creek

at Camp Hill to flood. The creek

exceeded flood stage of 7 feet at 17:15

EST on the 2n crested at 8.26 feet at

00:30 EST on the 3rd, then fell back

below flood stage at 21:00 EST on the

3rd.

PAZ037

Heavy rain caused the Tioga River at

Mansfield to flood. The river exceeded

flood stage of 12 feet at 18:00 EST on

the 2nd, crested at 12:30 feet at 18:30 EST

on the 2nd, then fell back below flood

stage at 19:15 EST on the 2nd

PAZ041-046-049>052

Flood

A low pressure system developed along

the western Gulf Coast on Friday April

1st, and then tracked northeast into

southwest Pennsylvania by Saturday

morning, April 2nd. The low then slowly

tracked into northeast Pennsylvania by

early Sunday morning on April 3rd,

while deepening rapidly.

Abundant moisture drawn from both the

Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean

combined with the dynamics from the

strengthening storm system to produce

widespread heavy rainfall across the

mid Susquehanna Valley during Saturday

afternoon and night. Average rainfall

amounts of 2 to 4 inches occurred

during this time. This heavy rainfall

led to numerous road closures as small

streams and creeks overflowed their

banks during Saturday evening into

Sunday morning. U.S. Route 11 was one

of the major roads closed during this

time between Shamokin Dam Borough in

Snyder County, and Northumberland

Borough in Northumberland County as a

result of flooding. The road was also

closed near Danville in Montour County.

In addition, the flooding led to

numerous evacuations in Montour and

Snyder Counties, particularly in the

vicinity of Danville well as within the

Borough of Selinsgrove Isle, where

approximately 125 residents were

evacuated. The heavy rainfall tapered

off late Saturday night, but subsequent

flooding from runoff persisted into

Sunday morning.

PAZ053

Flood

A low pressure system developed along

the western Gulf Coast on Friday April

1st, and then tracked northeast into

southwest Pennsylvania by Saturday

morning, April 2nd. The low then slowly

tracked into northeast Pennsylvania by

early Sunday morning on April 3rd,

while deepening rapidly.

Abundant moisture drawn from both the

Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean

combined with the dynamics from the

strengthening storm system to produce

widespread heavy rainfall across the

mid Susquehanna Valley during the

daytime hours on Saturday. Average

rainfall amounts of 2 to 4 inches

occurred during this time. This heavy

rainfall led to numerous road closures

as small streams and creeks overflowed

their banks during Saturday afternoon

and night.

The widespread flooding led to numerous

evacuations in portions of Columbia

County, particularly in the vicinity of

Bloomsburg where approximately 250 to

350 homes were evacuated. In addition,

the Sewage Treatment Plant was shut

down in Bloomsburg. Columbia County was

officially declared as a Federal

Disaster Area as a result of the

flooding impacts from this event.

The heavy rainfall tapered off early

Sunday morning, but subsequent flooding

from runoff persisted into Sunday

afternoon.

PAZ059

Flood

Heavy rain caused Swatara Creek at

Harper Tavern to flood. The creek

exceeded flood stage of 9 feet at 20:15

EST on the 2nd, crested at 11.9 feet at

13:00 EST on the 3rd, then fell back

below flood stage at 05:00 EST on the

4th.

PAZ046

Flood

Heavy rain caused the West Branch

Susquehanna River at Montgomery to

flood. The river exceeded flood stage

of 17 feet at 00:00 EST on the 3rd,

crested at 20.3 feet at 11:25 EST on

the 3rd, then fell back below flood

stage at 01:00 EST on the 5th.

PAZ063

Flood

Heavy rain caused Conodoguinet Creek at

Hogestown to flood. The creek exceeded

flood stage of 8 feet at 02:30 EST on

the 3rd, crested at 8.42 feet at 12:30

EST on the 3rd, then fell back below

flood stage at 22:00 EST on the 3rd.

PAZ057

Flood

Heavy rain caused Swatara Creek at

Hershey to flood. The creek exceeded

flood stage of 7 feet at 03:00 EST on

the 3rd, crested 8.01 feet at 22:15 EST

on the 3rd, then fell back below flood

stage at 11:00 EST on the 4th.

PAZ053

Flood

Heavy rain caused the Susquehanna River

at Bloomsburg flood. The river exceeded

flood stage of 19 feet at 04:45 EST on

the 3rd crested at 25.09 feet at 04:30

EST on the 4th, then fell back below

flood stage at 14:00 EST on the 6th.

PAZ046

Flood

Heavy rain caused the West Branch

Susquehanna River at Muncy to flood.

The river exceeded flood stage of 20

feet at 07:00 EST on the 3rd, crested

at 20.3 feet at 10:00 EST on the 3rd,

then fell back below flood stage at

01:00 EST on the 4th.

PAZ049

Flood

Heavy rain caused the West Branch of

the Susquehanna River at Lewisburg to

flood. The river exceeded flood stage

of 18 feet at 07:00 EST on the 3rd,

crested at 19.4 feet at 15:45 EST on

the 3rd, then fell back below flood

stage at 03:00 EST on the 4th.

PAZ051>052

Flood

Heavy rain caused the Susquehanna River

at Danville to flood. The river

exceeded flood stage of 20 feet at

07:00 EST on the 3r crested at 24.28

feet at 08:00 EST on the 4th, then fell

back below flood stage at 12:15 EST on

the 6th.

PAZ057

Flood

Heavy rain caused Swatara Creek at

Middletown to flood. The creek exceeded

flood stage of 11 feet at 07:00 EST on

the 3rd, crested at 12.6 feet at 19:00

EST on the 3rd, then fell back below

flood stage at 05:00 EST on the 4th.

PAZ049-052

Flood

Heavy rain caused the West Branch

Susquehanna River at Milton to flood.

The river exceeded flood stage of 19

feet at 07:30 EST on the 3rd, crested

at 20.1 feet at 13:00 EST on the 3rd,

then fell back below flood stage at

20:30 EST on the 3rd.

PAZ050-052

Flood

Heavy rain caused the Susquehanna River

at Sunbury to flood. The river exceeded

flood stage of 24 feet at 09:30 EST on

the 3rd crested at 26.15 feet at 23:00

EST on the 3rd, then fell back below

flood stage at 07:00 EST on the 5th.

PAZ004-024-033

Heavy Snow

A low pressure system developed along

the western Gulf Coast on Friday, April

1st, and then tracked northeast into

southwest Pennsylvania by Saturday

morning, April 2nd. The low then slowly

tracked into northeast Pennsylvania by

early Sunday morning on April 3rd,

while deepening rapidly. Abundant

moisture, combined with colder air

wrapping around the western side of the

storm system, produced heavy wet snow

across the western mountains of

Pennsylvania from late Saturday night

into Sunday afternoon. Snowfall amounts

ranged from 6 to 12 inches across the

region, with the greatest amounts

across the higher elevations. Localized

amounts in excess of one foot occurred

in northern portions of Warren County.

The combination of heavy snow, along

with strong northwest winds gusting up

to 50 mph produced whiteout conditions

at times across the higher elevations.

In addition, numerous tree limbs fell

due to the weight of heavy snow, some

of which led to down power lines and

scattered power outages. There were

also several road closures across the

highest elevations due to the significant

snowfall accumulations. The heavy snow

tapered off to scattered snow showers

and flurries by early Sunday night.

PAZ065>066

Flood

Heavy rain caused the Susquehanna River

at Marietta to flood. The river

exceeded flood stage of 49 feet at

14:00 EST on the 3rd crested at 51.71

feet at 10:00 EST on the 4th, then fell

back below flood stage at 00:30 EST on

the 6th.

PAZ057-063

Flood

Heavy rain caused the Susquehanna River

at Harrisburg to flood. The river

exceeded flood stage of 17 feet at

16:30 EST on the crested at 18.87 feet

at 05:30 EST on the 4th, then fell back

below flood stage at 07:30 EST on the

5th.

Franklin County

St Thomas Hail (1.00)

A thunderstorm produced quarter size

/1.00 inch/ hail in St. Thomas.

PENNSYLVANIA, East

Lehigh County

Southeast Portion Flash Flood

Heavy rain that fell on already

saturated ground conditions caused

stream flooding in southeastern Lehigh

County. Rain began falling during the

early evening and fell at its heaviest

between 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. EDT. The

rain ended shortly after Midnight on the

8th. Doppler Radar storm total

estimates reached between 1.0 and 1.5

inches in southeastern parts of the

county. Several roads were closed due to

the flooding in Upper Saucon Township.

Bucks County

Northwest Portion Flash Flood

Heavy rain that fell on already

saturated ground conditions caused

stream flooding in northwestern Bucks

County. Rain began falling during the

early evening and fell at its heaviest

between 9 p.m. and 11 p.m. EDT. The

rain ended during the early morning on

the 8th. Doppler Radar storm total

estimates reached between 1.0 and 1.5

inches near the Lehigh and Northampton

County line Actual storm totals

included 1.59 inches in Springtown and

1.32 inches in Riegelsville.

Berks County

Central Portion Flash Flood

Heavy rain that fell on already

saturated ground conditions caused

stream flooding in central and southern

Berks County. Rain began falling during

the early evening and fell at its

heaviest between 8 p.m. and 11 p.m.

EDT. The rain ended shortly after

Midnight EDT on the 8th. Doppler Radar

storm total estimates reached between

1.0 and 1.5 inches in the central part

of the county. The heavy rain caused

flooding along the Manatawny Creek. At

Spangville, the creek was above its 6

foot flood stage from 201 a.m. EDT

through 731 a.m. EDT on the 8th. It

crested at 6.77 feet at 445 a.m. EDT.

Actual storm totals included 1.26

inches at Blue Marsh Dam and 1.12

inches in Reading.

PAZ062

Wildfire

A wildfire burned about five acres of

brush in East Allen Township in the

vicinity of Sickle Road.

PAZ055

Wildfire

A fire that started in a trailer then

spread into the woods at the Pocono

Mountain Campsite in Pocono Township

during the even of the 14th. It took a

dozen firefighters from three township

fire companies to extinguish the blaze.

In addition to the trail nearby

structure was also damaged.

PAZ055

Wildfire

A brush fire consumed about four acres

of state gamelands in southeastern

Coolbaugh Township near the Barrett

Township border. The fire started near

a hiking trail. Three fire companies

extinguished the fire before before it

reached houses within a large private

community. The combination of dry weather

since April 8th, low humidity levels,

typically windy conditions found in

April and leftover debris from the

January ice storms led to a 30 day

outdoor burning ban in all of Carbon

County that started on April A dozen

townships in Monroe County also banned

all outdoor burning. The Bureau of

State Parks banned campfires in parts

of the Poconos. Dry conditions and

wildfire problems extended south into

the Lehigh Valley. In North Whitehall

Township (Lehigh County), fire

personnel responded to about 50 calls

for minor brush or grass fires during

the month of April.

Northampton County

East Portion Flash Flood

Thunderstorms with heavy rain caused

poor drainage flooding and small stream

flooding in the eastern part of

Northampton County. The heavy rain also

caused a couple of mudslides. A couple

of motorists were stranded in flood

waters in Palmer Township and Wilson

Borough. A mudslide caused the closure

of Pennsylvania State Route 611 in

Forks Township and another roadway in

Wind Gap Borough. Actual storm totals

included 3.20 inches in Forks Township.

Delaware County

Aston Mills Lightning

Lightning struck a home in Aston and

the ensuing fire badly damaged the

interior of the home. No injuries were

reported.

PENNSYLVANIA, Northeast

PAZ038

Flood

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 3 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the Susquehanna River at Waverly, NY /

Sayre, PA was already above its 11 foot

flood stage due to a previous rainstorm

March 28th and snowmelt By the time the

river fell below flood stage most of

the snow had melted. The Susquehanna

River at Waverly, NY / Sayre, PA

crested at 20.88 feet at 12:00 AM EST

on April 4th, then fell back below

flood stage on the 7th. This was the

3rd highest flood crest. Sayre and

Athens had significant damage to roads,

houses, and businesses.

PAZ039

Flood

The Susquehanna River at Conklin, NY

continued above its flood stage of 11

feet into April. This high water was

due to 1 to 3 inches of rain and more

snowmelt the last week of March. A slow

moving storm from the Ohio Valley

brought 2 to 3 inches of rain on April

2nd and 3rd. In additional several

inches of water equivalent added to the

runoff by snowmelt. Little snow was

left a the storm. This additional rain

and snowmelt caused the Susquehanna

River at Conklin, NY to rise rapidly to

a second higher crest of 18.08 feet at 9

AM EST on April 3rd. This was the 8th

highest crest at Conklin. The river

fell below flood stage the evening of

April 6th. This caused flooding upstream

in Great Bend and Lanesboro, Pennsylvania.

A trailer park in Great Bend was

evacuated before the road to it was

flooded. 13 to 14 feet at Conklin

causes the road to flood. Some roads

were damaged.

PAZ048-072

Flood

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers had high flows due to a

previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow

melted. The Lackawaxen River at Hawley

rose to its flood stage of 11 feet the

evening of the 2nd, crested at 15.25

feet at 18: PM on the 3rd, then fell

back below flood stage on the 4th. This

was the fourth highest crest on record.

The high crest was partially due to

Lake Wallenpaupack making high releases.

Pike County

Countywide Flash Flood

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers and streams had high flows

due to a previous rainstorm March 28th

and snowmelt. All towns were affected

in the county by flash flooding.

Numerous roads, bridges and buildings

were damaged. All streams and creeks

were out of their banks.

Wayne County

Countywide Flash Flood

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 1 to 3 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers and streams had high flows

due to a previous rainstorm March 28th

and snowmelt. All towns were affected

in the county by flash flooding. Roads,

bridges and buildings were damaged. The

hardest hit areas from the flash

flooding were in the northern part of

the county. Some of the towns most

impacted were Damascus, Manchester,

Scott, Buckingham, Starucca, and Mt.

Pleasant. Numerous creeks and streams

came out of their banks.

Susquehanna County

Countywide Flash Flood

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers and streams had high flows

due to a previous rainstorm March 28th

and snowmelt. All towns were affected

in the county by flash flooding. Roads

and buildings were damaged. The hardest

hit areas from the flash flooding were

in Lanesboro, Great Bend, Lenox

township, and Silver Lake. Numerous

streams and creeks came out of their

banks.

Bradford County

Countywide Flash Flood

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers and streams had high flows

due to a previous rainstorm March 28th

and snowmelt. All towns were affected

in the county by flash flooding. Roads,

bridges and buildings were damaged. The

hardest hit areas were around the Wysox

and Wyalusing Creeks, and the town of

Troy. Numerous creeks and streams came

out of their banks.

Wyoming County

Countywide Flash Flood

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers and streams had high flows

due to a previous rainstorm March 28th

and snowmelt. All towns were affected

in the county by flash flooding. Roads,

bridges and buildings were damaged.

Numerous streams and creeks came out of

their banks.

Luzerne County

Countywide Flash Flood

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers and streams had high flows

due to a previous rainstorm March 28th

and snowmelt. All towns were affected

in the county by flash flooding. Roads,

bridges and buildings were damaged. The

hardest hit areas from the flash

flooding were in Huntington township

Hunlock township, and Mountaintop.

Numerous creeks and streams came out of

their banks.

Lackawanna County

Countywide Flash Flood

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers and streams had high flows

due to a previous rainstorm March 28th

and snowmelt. All towns were affected

in the county by flash flooding. Roads,

bridges and buildings were damaged. The

hardest hit areas from the flash

flooding were in Elmhurst, Greenfiel

Scott, and Springfield township. 12

businesses had damage in South Abington

Township along a tributary of Leech

Creek. Numerous other creeks and

streams came out of their banks.

PAZ040

Flood

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers had high flows due to a

previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow

melted. The West Branch of the Delaware

River at Hale Eddy rose to its flood

stage of 11 feet the evening of the

2nd, crested 14.12 feet at 4:00 AM on

the 3rd, then fell back below flood

stage on the 4th. For a few hours State

Route 17, which is to become Interstate

86, was closed in both directions

between Deposit and Hancock.

PAZ040

Flood

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers had high flows due to a

previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow

melted. The Delaware River at Callicoon

rose to its flood stage of 12 feet the

evening of the 2nd, crested at 17.97

feet at 8: on the 3rd, then fell back

below flood stage the morning of the

4th. This was the flood of record. The

next highest crest was feet from the

remnants of hurricane Ivan the previous

September.

PAZ038

Flood

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 3 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the Susquehanna River had high flows due

to a previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow had

melted. The Susquehanna River at

Towanda rose to its flood stage of 16

feet late on the 2nd, crested at 23.05

fee 11:30 PM on the 3rd, then fell back

below flood stage on the 6th. This was

the 17th highest flood crest. Flooding

caused road Closures, evacuations, and

basement flooding.

PAZ044

Flood

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers had high flows due to a

previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow

melted. The Lackawanna River at Old

Forge rose to its flood stage of 11

feet late on the 2nd, crested at 11.76

feet at 3:45 AM the 3rd, then fell back

below flood stage shortly thereafter.

PAZ043

Flood

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 3 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers had high flows due to a

previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow

melted. The Tunkhannock Creek at

Tunkhannock rose to its flood stage of

11 feet late on the 2nd, crested at

14.44 feet at 5:30 on the 3rd, then

fell back below flood stage midday on

the 3rd. This was the fourth highest

crest on record.

PAZ043

Flood

The Susquehanna River at Meshoppen had

elevated river flows due to several

inches of rain and snowmelt the end of

March into early April. A slow moving

storm from the Ohio Valley brought 2 to

3 inches of rain on April 2nd and 3rd.

In additional to the rain, snowmelt

added more runoff. Little snow was left

after this storm exited. The river came

back above the flood stage of 2 feet

the evening of the 3rd, crested at

34.06 feet at 6:30 AM on the 3rd,

before falling back below flood stage

on the 6th. By time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow had

melted. This was the 5th highest flood

crest at Meshoppen.

PAZ048

Flood

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers had high flows due to a

previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow

melted. The Delaware River at Barryville

rose to its flood stage of 17 feet the

evening of the 2nd, crested at an

estimated 24, at 9:00 AM on the 3rd,

then fell back below flood stage the

morning of the 4th. This was the second

highest flood of record an Highest in

almost 50 years.

PAZ047

Flood

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 3 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the Susquehanna River had high flows due

to a previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow had

melted. The Susquehanna River at

Wilkes-Barre rose its flood stage of 22

feet early on the 3rd, crested at 30.94

at 8:30 AM EST on April 3rd, then fell

back below flood stage on the 6th. This

was the 11th highest flood crest. Over

100 buildings flooded. Plymouth,

Shickshinny, West Nanticoke,

Plainsville, and Jenkins were the worst

hit.

PAZ048

Flood

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers had high flows due to a

previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow

melted. The Delaware River at Montague,

NJ (near Milford, PA) rose to its flood

stage of 25 feet the early on the 3rd,

crested 31.69 feet at 3:00 PM on the

3rd, then fell back below flood stage

the morning of the 4th. This was the

third highest flood of and the highest

in almost 50 years. In Dingmans Ferry,

the bridge across the Delaware River

was closed. The river crest was 3 under

the bridge. Many roads along the river

were damaged.

PAZ048

Flood

A slow moving storm from the Ohio

Valley brought 2 to 4 inches of rain on

April 2nd and 3rd. Before this storm,

the rivers had high flows due to a

previous rainstorm March 28th and

snowmelt. By the time the river fell

below flood stage most of the snow

melted. The Delaware River at Port

Jervis, NY and Matamoras, PA rose to

its flood stage of 18 feet early on the

3rd, crested a 20.53 feet at 12:15 PM

on the 3rd, then fell back below flood

stage later that day. This was the

fifth highest flood of record state of

emergency was declared in Matamoras.

100 homes were damaged. 15 homes had

damage to the foundations and were

condemned.

PENNSYLVANIA, Northwest

PAZ001>003

Winter Storm

A strong area of low pressure moved

northeast from Texas to western

Pennsylvania during the early morning

hours of the 2nd. Heavy wet snow fell

across northwest Pennsylvania during

the day on the 2nd. The wet snow, in

combination with strong winds, brought

down many trees and power lines causing

thousands of homes to lose power.

Blizzard like conditions were observed

at times. The snow continued through

the evening of the 2nd. As the low

pulled away, strong north to northwest

winds developed behind the low center

allowing lake effect snow to quickly

intensify during the early morning

hours of the 3rd. Gusty winds to mph

were reported across Northwest

Pennsylvania. Officially, 14.8 inches

of snow fell at Erie International

Airport. Some of the higher snowfall

totals included; 33 inches at Colt

Station (Erie County), 22 inches in

Amity Township (Erie County), 21.9 at

Franklin Center (Erie County) and 16.5

inches in Cambridge Springs (Crawford

County). During the event, hundreds of

accidents were reported.

PENNSYLVANIA, West

PAZ007>009-

014>015-022-032

Heavy Snow

Surface low pressure passed over

Huntington, WV. Then it intensified and

moved into northeastern Pennsylvania.

Heavy snow started on the northwest

side of the storm after 8 PM on 2nd.

Mountains started snowing by 11 PM on

2nd. Total snowfalls: 6 inches in

Cooksburg, Mercer, Oil City and Piney

Dam; 7 in Chalkhill and Freeport; 8 in

Saxonburg; 9 West Hickory. Several tree

fell in Oil City (Venango Co) from the

weight of the snow.

Lawrence County

Neshannock Falls Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees blown down.

Beaver County

New Brighton Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees down. Wind damage to the roof of

1 house.

Beaver County

Rochester Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Large tree blown down, blocking Main

St. And on Rte 168, trees and power

lines down.

Butler County

Zelienople Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees down.

Allegheny County

Glenshaw Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees and power lines down.

Allegheny County

Wexford Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees down.

Westmoreland

County

Jeanette Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees down.

PUERTO RICO

Western Interior

Lares Heavy Rain

Heavy rains affected the municipality

of Lares during the afternoon causing a

landslide at Barrio La Cuadra and which

threaten with flooding 12 homes in

Barrio Seboruquillo. A clogged sinkhole

was responsible for the flooding. The

Emergency management Agency recorded

5.38 inches of rain during the

afternoon.

Western Interior

San Sebastian Heavy Rain

Spotter reported rainfall accumulations

of around four inches.

PRZ005

Flood

River Cibuco was reported out of its

banks in Vega Alta.

North Central

Vega Alta Heavy Rain

Road 690 at Barrio Cerro Gordo was

reported flooded. The small stream

Machuchal and Rivers Maravilla and

Cibuco were reported to be rising.

PRZ008

Flood

River Culebrinas was reported out of

its banks along road 418 and at th

Margarita Dam.

North Central

Dorado Heavy Rain

Road 19 was reported flooded and

impassable.

PRZ005-005-009

Flood

Flooded homes and streets were reported

at Bajura camping in the municipality

of Vega Alta.

PRZ009

Landslide

Landslide reported at Barrio Espino in

Lares municipality.

San Juan And

Vicinity

Carolina Heavy Rain

Flooding was reported along road 180

and part of the Isla Verde area.

San Juan And

Vicinity

San Juan Heavy Rain

Urban and street flooding was reported

in Puerto Nuevo, Kennedy Avenue, Barrio

Obrero in Santurce, and at Embalse San

Jose.

San Juan And

Vicinity

Toa Baja Heavy Rain

Homes were reported flooded at Barrio

Candelaria, Villa Clemente, and

Candelaria Arenas.

San Juan And

Vicinity

Bayamon Heavy Rain

A home was reported flooded at Santa

Monica neighborhood in Bayamon.

PRZ002

Flood

A bridge was washed away by the rains in

Humacao municipality.

PRZ009

Flood

Road 140, km. 40.1 in Utuado was reported

flooded.

PRZ009

Landslide

Landslide was reported in Utuado

municipality.

North Central

Manati Heavy Rain

Highway 2 and road 149 were reported

impassable.

San Juan And

Vicinity

Toa Baja Heavy Rain

Thirty homes were reported flooded at

Barrio Candelaria.

Northeast

Ceiba Heavy Rain

Afternoon showers and thunderstorms

produced 5 to 6 inches of rainfall across

portions of the Luquillo rainforest.

Runoff from this rainfall caused the

River Fajardo to swell. The flood wave

had already passed, however the river

current remained strong when two

individuals swimming in the river

were unable to escape the strong

current, and drowned.

M28IW, M17IW

San Juan And

Vicinity

Southeast Portion Heavy Rain

A home was reported flooded at Las Lomas

in Rio Piedras.

North Central

Manati Heavy Rain

A flooded home was reported along road 685.

North Central

Barceloneta Heavy Rain

A flooded home was reported at Barrio

Garrochales, three flooded homes were

reported at Cano Tiburon.

North Central

Vega Alta Heavy Rain

Urban and street flooding was reported

along Highway 2, and Barrio Bajura, a

home was reported flooded in Sector

Manantial.

North Central

Barceloneta Heavy Rain

Highway 2 was reported flooded along

Pfizer and Abbot Labs.

San Juan And

Vicinity

Toa Baja Heavy Rain

A flooded home was reported at Barrio

Candelaria, along road 865.

San Juan And

Vicinity

San Juan Heavy Rain

Urban and street flooding was reported at

Bechara Industrial Park in San Juan.

San Juan And

Vicinity

San Juan Heavy Rain

A small stream was reported out of its

banks in Barrio Obrero, Santurce. A

flooded home was reported in San Jose,

Rio Piedras.

San Juan And

Vicinity

Toa Baja Heavy Rain

A home was reported flooded at Barrio

Ingenio.

San Juan And

Vicinity

San Juan Heavy Rain

A flooded home was reported in San Jos,

Rio Piedras.

North Central

Vega Alta Heavy Rain

Urban and street flooding was reported in

Barrio Carmelita, Brenas, road 1 and

Palma real, and along road 690.

North Central

Dorado Heavy Rain

A resident reported a small stream flooded

near Barrio San Carlos.

San Juan And

Vicinity

San Juan Heavy Rain

Ten homes were reported flooded in low

lying areas of San Juan like Barrio

Obrero in Santurce, and San Jose in

Rio Piedras.

San Juan And

Vicinity

Carolina Heavy Rain

Urban flooding was reported in Carolina

along Montserrate Final Avenue, in front

of 711 store, and along road 65th Infantry

in front of El Comandante.

PRZ001-005-005

Strong Wind

Fallen tree along highway 2 in the Toa

Baja municipality between La Virgencita

and Holsum.

North Central

Vega Baja Heavy Rain

A flooded home was reported in Barrio

Pueblo.

PRZ005

Landslide

Landslide reported at Barrio Santa Rosa

in Vega Alta.

North Central

Dorado Heavy Rain

Flooded home was reported at the Chorro

de Maguayo sector.

Northwest

Camuy Heavy Rain

Flooded home was reported at Barrio

Sabana.

PRZ005

Strong Wind

Strong winds blew off the zinc roof of a

home at Barrio Rio Lajas, Los Ayalas

sector in the municipality of Toa Alta.

PRZ001

Strong Wind

Strong winds blew off a tent which fell

over power lines at Hermanas Davila in

Bayamon City.

PRZ005

Landslide

Landslide was reported at Barrio Almirante

Norte, road 160 in the municipality of

Vega Baja.

North Central

Arecibo Heavy Rain

A flooded home was reported at Sector

Arenas.

North Central

Arecibo Heavy Rain

A flooded home was reported at Barrio

Santana.

North Central

Arecibo Heavy Rain

Urban flooding was reported at Barrio

Bajadero.

Ponce And Vicinity

Juana Diaz Heavy Rain

Road 149, Intersection with road 552 was

reported impassable.

PRZ005-008>009

Landslide

Landslide was reported at Barrio Bajadero,

Sector Carreras 2 in the Arecibo

municipality.

PRZ001

Flood

Street flooding and water over a small

bridge were reported at Villa Nevarez

in Rio Piedras.

Ponce And Vicinity

Ponce Heavy Rain

Afternoon showers and thunderstorms caused

urban flooding in the city of Ponce. A

spotter reported 4.92 inches of rain for

the period from 1530-1850.

RHODE ISLAND

RIZ001

High Wind (G50)

Low pressure moving through the mid

Atlantic states brought strong southeast

winds to parts of southern New England,

including the higher elevations of

northern Rhode Island where a gust to

58 mph was reported by an amateur radio

operator. Several trees were blown down

in Foster and Burrillville. There were

no reports of injuries.

SOUTH CAROLINA, Central

Richland County

4 NW Pontiac Hail (0.75)

Sheriff reported 3/4 inch hail near the

Clemson Ag Experimental Station.

Fairfield County

2 SSW Winnsboro to Hail (0.75)

3 SE Blair

Public called in with a couple of reports

of penny size hail.

Lancaster County

Lancaster Lightning

Lightning struck a home on Westmoreland

Drive and caused significant damage.

Newberry County

6 S Whitmire Tornado (F0)

FOX TV reported a tornado briefly touched

down near hwys 176 and 121. The twister

only damaged some trees.

Lexington County

Red Bank Hail (0.75)

HAM radio operator reported 3/4 inch hail.

Aiken County

North Augusta Hail (1.75)

SKYWARN HAM reported golf ball size hail.

Newberry County

Chappells Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Sheriff reported several trees down in

Chappells.

Aiken County

North Augusta Hail (0.88)

Public reported nickel size hail.

Saluda County

2 E Saluda Hail (0.75)

Sheriff reported 3/4 inch hail on

hwy 378.

Aiken County

Aiken Hail (0.75)

SKYWARN HAM reported 3/4 inch hail.

Lexington County

8 NW Lexington Hail (0.75)

SKYWARN HAM reported 3/4 inch hail at

Lake Murray.

Saluda County

Batesburg Hail (0.75)

SKYWARN HAM reported 3/4 inch hail.

Aiken County

Clearwater Hail (0.75)

Sheriff reported 3/4 inch hail.

Aiken County

New Ellenton Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Sheriff reported trees down on Cedar

Branch Road and also Windy Lane.

Aiken County

North Augusta Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Sheriff reported trees and powerlines

down.

Richland County

2 NNE Ballentine Hail (0.75)

Public reported 3/4 inch hail in the

Ballentine and south Chapin areas.

Lexington County

10 E Lexington Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Emergency Manager reported several trees

down in Oak Grove.

Fairfleld County

5 E Blair to Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Jenkinsville

Sheriff reported trees down over the

western portions of the county.

Richland County

Columbia Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Highway dept reported several trees down

around the city of Columbia.

Calhoun County

15 NW St Matthews Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Electric coop reported large branches and

powerlines down just north of Sandy Run.

Orangeburg County

11 SW Orangeburg to Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

7 SW Orangeburg

Sheriff reported trees down on hwy 70 and

also Slab Landing Road.

Fairfield County

6 ESE Ridgeway Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Highway dept reported several trees down.

Kershaw County

Lugoff Hail (1.50)

Public reported ping pong ball size hail.

Richland County

Hopkins Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Electric coop reported trees and

powerlines down.

Calhoun County

1 N St Matthews Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Sheriff reported trees down on U.S. 601

just north of St. Matthews.

Bamberg County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Sheriff reported trees down across the

county.

Barnwell County

Williston to Thunderstorm Wind (G75)

Blackville

Pilot reported numerous trees and

powerlines down from Williston to

Blackville.

Sumter County

Shaw Afb Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Shaw military police reported several

trees down on the base.

Orangeburg County

Santee Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Electric coop reported trees and

powerlines down in Santee.

Mccormick County

16 NW Mc Cormick Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Sheriff reported a couple of trees down

on hwy 823 near Mt. Carmel.

Mccormick County

12 SSE Mc Cormick Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Park Service reported powerlines and

large signs blown down.

Lexington County

Pelion to Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

South Congaree

Utility company reported some trees and

powerlines down from Pelion to S.

Congaree.

SOUTH CAROLINA, North Coastal

NOT RECEIVED.

SOUTH CAROLINA, Northwest

SCZ004-006-019

High Wind (G55)

High winds developed around noon across

the Upstate, and continued through the

afternoon hours. Numerous trees and power

lines were blown down, some onto vehicles.

At least one tree fell on and damaged a

home in Greenwood County.

Pickens County

Central Heavy Rain

Recent heavy rain (3.27 inches reported at

KAND from 3/27 through 4/2) were blamed

for washing away the underpinnings of a

county road passing through the campus

of Southern Wesleyan University. A small

sinkhole developed in the middle of the

road as a result. A 35-year-old male

employee of the university died of

suffocation (indirect) when he fell

in the hole.

Anderson County

6 SSE Anderson Hail (1.50)

Anderson County

Honea Path Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Several trees blown down and shingles

off a roof.

Abbeville County

Donalds Hail (1.75)

Also, public reported 1.00 inch hail 3 NW

of the town of Due West around the same

time. Public also reported 0.88 inch

hail in Donalds.

Anderson County

10 SE Anderson to Tornado (F0)

12 SE Anderson

This weak tornado touched down near highway

185, just east of the 413 intersection,

where some pine trees were snapped. The

tornado produced intermittent damage over

the next 3 miles. Large tree limbs were

blown down just east of Wright Elementary.

The tornado continued east/northeast,

causing roof damage to a church near

Saylors Crossing. A pine tree was uprooted

near this location as well. The tornado

blew down some large limbs before lifting

near the intersection of SSR 119 and

highway 20. Public works also reported

ping-pong ball sized hail in the southern

part of the county at this time (exact

location unspecified).

Abbeville County

Donalds to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

6 N Due West

Trees and power lines down. Lines also

reported down 6 miles north of the town

of Due West.

Abbeville County

Abbeville Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Numerous trees and power lines blown down

in and around the city. At least one tree

fell on a house.

Abbeville County

3 NW Donalds Hail (0.75)

Greenwood County

Hodges Hail (0.75)

Spotter also relayed non-specific report

of large hail. Also non-specific report

of large hail 3 SE Hodges along

highway 25.

Laurens County

Laurens Hail (0.75)

Laurens County

Waterloo Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees down in Waterloo.

Oconee County

Salem Hail (1.75)

Golfball sized hail also reported on

Little River Baptist Church Road,

5 miles NNW of Salem at 1:57 PM EST.

Oconee County

Salem Lightning

Lightning struck a barn, starting

a small fire.

Abbeville County

Lowndesville Hail (0.75)

Oconee County

Seneca Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A 60 foot tree reported on a house with

some structural damage in Seneca. Ham

radio report of numerous trees down

across southern Oconee County. Several

roads were closed due to fallen trees.

Newspaper reported 600 customers lost

power.

Pickens County

8 WNW Pickens Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

Spotter estimated winds of 75 to

100 mph. He counted over 100 large

trees uprooted in a divergent pattern

in a 25 acre area near the Keowee

Mountain Estates off of highway 133

near Nine Times.

Pickens County

Six Mile Hail (1.00)

Pickens County

6 WNW Pickens to Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Liberty

Divergent damage path ran from the

intersection of Shady Grove and Martin

School Rds to highway 178 north of

Pickens. Spotter estimated 65 mph winds

in Pickens. Several trees and lines down

from Pickens to Liberty. At least one

tree fell on a house near Liberty High

School. A car was blown into another

car at the Nissan plant near Liberty.

Pickens County

3 NNW Pickens to Tornado (F1)

6 NE Pickens

This tornado touched down just northwest

of Pickens, where 3 barns were destroyed

near the intersection of Gravley Rd and

Artie Rd. Numerous trees were blown down

from the intersection of Red Hill and

Reece Mill Rds east to highway 178. The

tornado continued an intermittent ENE

track, snapping off and uprooting

numerous trees along an 8 mile path

before lifting west of Dacusville. At

least one tree fell on a house, and at

least one car was damaged. Newspaper

reported thousands of power outages

across the county. There was also a

spotter report of mothball hail in

Pickens at 2:30.

Anderson County

Anderson Hail (1.00)

Pickens County

Sunset Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees blocked highway 11.

Pickens County

Easley Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Numerous trees down on roads and power

lines. At least 1 tree fell on a house,

and at least one other fell on a car.

Newspaper reported a total of 22 broken

power poles across the county.

Pickens County

Easley Hail (1.75)

Greenville County

Greenville to Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Greer

County reported numerous trees and power

lines blown down, mainly from the north

and east sides of Greenville to Taylors

and Greer. At least 2 trees fell on

houses and several fell on vehicles.

A piece of sheet metal was peeled from

the roof of a building on Trade St in

downtown Greer. In addition, a 51 knot

gust was measured at Donaldson Center

at 2:51 PM EST.

Anderson County

Anderson Hail (0.75)

Greenville County

Simpsonville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several people reported numerous trees

down. A 12 inch diameter oak tree fell

on a vehicle and the roof of one

residence.

Abbeville County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees down in unspecified locations in

the county.

Abbeville County

Lowndesville Hail (0.88)

Spartanburg County

Greer to Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

6 S Lyman

A portion of a roof was torn off an

unoccupied store at Hillview Plaza.

BMW reported a temporary construction

wall collapsed at their plant. Trees

and lines down near Lyman and also

in Duncan.

Greenville County

11 N Greenville Hail (0.75)

Public report on highway 253 between

North Greenville College and Greenville.

Abbeville County

Abbeville Lightning

Lightning was responsible for a power

outage in the city that lasted about

2 hours.

Spartanburg County

Spartanburg Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Quite a few trees and power lines down

in and around the city.

Greenwood County

South Greenwood Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Scattered trees down across the southern

part of the county, including on the

south side of the city and in Ninety

Six. One house had roof damage in

Greenwood.

Cherokee County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Scattered trees and lines down across

the southern part of the county.

Laurens County

Waterloo Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees down and non-specific large hail.

Greenwood County

Greenwood Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A couple of trees blown down on the

northwest side of Greenwood.

Union County

Union Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Tree fell on a car and a portable,

electronic sign was blown across a

parking lot. Also, marble hail

covered the ground.

Abbeville County

Abbeville Lightning

Lightning struck the steeple of Abbeville

Presbyterian Church, igniting a fire.

SOUTH CAROLINA, South Coastal

SCZ042

Strong Wind

Deep low pressure developed to the north

of the region. Southern South Carolina,

including Hampton county, was in a dry

slot on the 2nd with sunny skies allowing

the atmosphere to mix into very strong

winds aloft. Wind gusts to 50 mph were

common across the region. This brought

numerous trees down across the region.

One man was killed when a tree landed

on his truck in Yemassee.

M45VE

Charleston County

James Is Hail (1.00)

Hail up to the size of quarters fell on

James Island.

Hampton County

Varnville Hail (1.00)

Jasper County

Grays to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Hardeeville

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees.

Hampton County

4 ESE Estill to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Furman

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees.

Nickel size hail fell near Estill.

Jasper County

12 WNW Ridgeland Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees

along Highway 321.

Beaufort County

Sheldon Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees,

a few which were partially blocking

Highway 17.

SOUTH DAKOTA, Central and North

NONE REPORTED.

SOUTH DAKOTA, Southeast

SDZ069

Wildfire

Numerous grass fires were reported across

Yankton County as strong winds combined

with dry weather conditions and dry

vegetation. The fires burned mainly

in fields, with several along railroad

tracks. No reports of damage amounts

were received.

Clay County

1 N Vermillion Hail (0.75)

Turner County

2 N Davis Flash Flood

Runoff from heavy rain caused flooding

of low areas and some roads, including

Turner County Road 41.

Minnehaha County

Sioux Falls Hail (1.00)

Hail mostly pea to marble size included

a few quarter size stones.

Bon Homme County

Tyndall Thunderstorm Wind (G69)

Bleachers and track equipment at a high

school football field and track were

blown over and heavily damaged. A few

tree branches were blown down in town,

but most of the damage was confined to

the school area.

Bon Homme County

Scotland Thunderstorm Wind (G78)

Thunderstorm winds blew over and heavily

damaged a concession stand at a ball

park, damaged front of two businesses

on Main Street, blew down several trees,

damaged several small buildings at nearby

farms, and injured several calves.

Hutchinson County

Menno to Thunderstorm Wind (G78)

6 N Menno

Thunderstorm winds caused widespread

damage in Menno. Numerous trees including

several large trees were uprooted.

Numerous homes were damaged, some

directly by the wind and others by

tree and other debris. Garages were

especially hard hit, including at least

one garage which was destroyed. A grain

elevator was damaged, with a catwalk and

conveyor being blown over. An historical

post office addition to a log building

was destroyed, doors and part of the roof

of a flour mill were blown down, and

doors were blown off several other

buildings. Many homes and other buildings

had windows broken and siding damaged.

A few small storage buildings were

destroyed, and others were damaged or

blown over. Several farms were heavily

damaged, with machine sheds, at least

one hog barn, and several other small

structures destroyed. Several vehicles

were damaged, including one pickup which

was pushed partly onto the porch of a

house. Power lines and poles were blown

down, resulting in a power outage in

Menno.

Turner County

Dolton Thunderstorm Wind (G69)

Thunderstorm winds damaged trees, power

lines, and farm buildings. A 60 foot silo

was blown down, grain bins were damaged,

and outbuildings were pushed off

foundations.

Hutchinson County

9 N Freeman Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Thunderstorm winds blew down a small

storage building.

Mccook County

Bridgewater Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Thunderstorm winds damaged trees,

including a few trees blown down.

The winds also damaged siding and

roofs on some homes.

Mccook County

Canistota Thunderstorm Wind (G78)

Thunderstorm winds damaged numerous homes

and other structures, as well as trees

and power lines. Roofs were blown off

a seed company building, a lumber yard

building, and a large machine shed.

Additional damage was done to these

buildings and others. Shingles were

blown off several roofs. The grandstand

and one dugout at a ball park was

destroyed, and the other dugout, the

lights, and the outfield fence were

damaged. Debris from the ball park was

blown into a yard a block and a half

away. Several vehicles were damaged,

including windows blown out or knocked

out by debris.

Mccook County

5 SW Salem Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Thunderstorm winds blew over a truck on

Interstate 90, causing minor injuries

to the driver.

Mccook County

Montrose Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Thunderstorm winds caused damage to trees

and small buildings. The amount of damage

was not known.

Lake County

2 SE Madison Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Thunderstorm winds blew over small

storage buildings. The amount of

damage was not known.

Lake County

1 W Nunda Hail (1.50)

Lake County

6 N Madison Hail (0.88)

Hail covered the ground along Highway 81.

Lake County

6 SE Nunda Hail (1.50)

Moody County

10 N Colman Hail (1.25)

Brookings County

1 S Elkton Hail (0.75)

Moody County

8 N Flandreau Hail (1.00)

Lincoln County

1 S Worthing Hail (0.88)

Lincoln County

1 SE Worthing Hail (1.00)

Lincoln County

4 E Harrisburg Hail (1.00)

Clay County

1 N Vermillion Flash Flood

Runoff from over 3 inches of rain in

4 hours caused flooding of streets,

yards, and other low areas.

Union County

1 E Junction City Flash Flood

Runoff from 4 inches of rain in 5 hours

caused flooding of streets and low areas.

SOUTH DAKOTA, West

SDZ049

High Wind (G55)

Strong southerly winds developed across

south central South Dakota during the

late morning and persisted through the

afternoon. The strongest winds were felt

across Tripp County, where the winds

were sustained at 35 to 50 mph, with

gusts to 65 mph.

SDZ002-013>014-032-

043>044-046>047-049

Heavy Snow

A low pressure system moved across the

Central Plains on the 10th and 11th.

Rain fell across central South Dakota

on the 10th and into the morning hours

on the 11th. As colder air moved into

the area at the end of the storm, the

rain changed to snow and fell heavy at

times through the morning and early

afternoon. A quick 3 to 7 inches of

snow fell across many areas from Lemmon

to Martin and eastward across central

South Dakota. The cooperative observer

at Faith measured a total of 9.8 inches

of snow.

Perkins County

Bison to Dust Devil

1 E Bison

A dust devil developed on the west side

of Bison as a dry cold front passed

across the area. As it moved east across

town, it blew out windows on several

automobiles, damaged a 160 square foot

section of roof from a house, and tore

shingles off several buildings. The dust

devil also pulled a flag pole out of the

ground. No one was injured. The dust

devil was approximately 20 feet wide and

the path length was one and a half miles.

SDZ024-028

Winter Storm

A strong spring storm developed across

the Central Rockies and moved across the

Central Plains. This storm brought heavy

snow to the higher elevations of the

northern and central Black Hills. Rain

and snow changed to all snow during the

early morning and continued through the

day. The heaviest snow fell at elevations

above 5000 feet, where 5 to 10 inches

accumulated.

TENNESSEE, Central

Bedford County

Wartrace Flash Flood

Potts Road was flooded.

Wilson County

6 S Watertown Flash Flood

Greenvale Road was flooded.

Cumberland County

11 SW Crab Orchard Hail (0.75)

Cumberland County

Crossville Hail (0.75)

Spotter reported pea tp penny size hail.

Wayne County

8 WSW Waynesboro Hail (0.75)

Dime to penny size hail reported.

Benton County

Camden Lightning

Lightning struck the satellite dish and

receiver to radio station WFWL in Camden.

The radio station’s production control

board was also damaged. A new board

costs about $2000 to $3000. There was

damage to the station’s telephone and

computer systems as well.

Benton County

1.4 SE Big Sandy Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Newspaper article about a large tree

falling on Sulphur Creek Road in Big

Sandy. The newspaper article mentioned

other trees were downed in many parts

of the county.

Williamson County

Fairview Hail (0.75)

Robertson County

Cross Plains Hail (0.75)

Benton County

4.5 NE Holladay Hail (0.88)

Nickel size hail reported by Spotter.

Hickman County

10 NE Centerville Hail (0.88)

Sheriff’s deputy reported nickel size hail

was beating down on his patrol car.

Davidson County

Oak Hill Hail (0.88)

Nickel size hail reported.

Montgomery County

Clarksville Hail (0.88)

Coffee County

Beech Grove Hail (0.75)

Penny size hail reported by law

enforcement and Skywarn Spotter.

Putnam County

Baxter Hail (0.75)

Penny size hail reported.

Overton County

Livingston Hail (0.75)

Penny size hail reported.

Warren County

5 WNW Me Minnville Hail (0.75)

Overton County

Hilham Hail (0.75)

Penny size hail reported by spotter.

Warren County

2 N Mc Minnville Hail (1.00)

Spotter reported quarter size hail.

Coffee County

Tullahoma Hail (0.88)

Spotter reported dime to nickel size

hail.

Warren County

Mc Minnville Hail (1.00)

Spotter reported dime to quarter size

hail.

Coffee County

Tullahoma Hail (1.00)

Spotter reported nickel to quarter

size hail.

Warren County

Mc Minnville Hail (1.25)

Hail to half dollar size reported

by Spotter at Winddrift Court.

White County

Doyle Hail (0.75)

Penny size hail observed.

Fentress County

Grimsley Hail (1.00)

Quarter size hail reported by spotter.

White County

Sparta Hail (1.75)

Nickel to golf ball size hail reported

by spotter.

White County

Sparta Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Tree limbs were blown down.

Fentress County

Grimsley Hail (1.75)

Spotter reported golf ball size hail.

Pickett County

4 SE Byrdstown Hail (1.25)

Half dollar size hail reported.

Sumner County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several trees were blown down, resulting

in 3 roads closed. First was at U.S.

Highway 31E at New Shackle Island Road

in Hendersonville, second at Hwy 25

and Douglas Ln. in Gallatin and the

third Hwy 25 at Rock Springs Road, or

about .6 miles northwest of Castalian

Springs.

White County

Doyle Hail (1.75)

Golf ball size hail reported.

White County

Quebeck Hail (1.75)

Golf ball size hail reported.

Grundy County

Coalmont Hail (1.00)

Nickel to quarter size hail reported.

Cumberland County

3.8 NNW Mayland Hail (0.88)

Nickel size hail reported by spotter

on the Cumberland-Putnam County line.

Van Buren County

Spencer Hail (0.75)

Pickett County

Byrdstown Hail (0.88)

Sheriffs office reported dime to nickel

size hail.

Van Buren County

Spencer Hail (0.75)

Warren County

8 SW Me Minnville Hail (0.75)

Public report of 3/4 inch hail.

Dickson County

2 SE Dickson Flash Flood

Water was over the bridge on Gum

Branch Rd.

Wilson County

4 NW Mt Juliet Flash Flood

Water was up to near top of bridge on

Necdmore Rd. Lots of ponded water on

roadway.

Trousdale County

5 W Hartsville Flash Flood

Rankin Road was flooded by creek in

two places.

Sumner County

5.8 NE Gallatin Flash Flood

Deshea Creek was over the road.

TENNESSEE, East

Marion County

8 NNW Jasper Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Several trees down along Gizzard Road.

Sequatchie County

6 SSW Dunlap Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

One tree uprooted along Pickett Road

south of Daus.

Campbell County

3 SW Caryville Hail (0.88)

Nickel-size hail reported in southwest

portion of county.

Marion County

East Central Portion Flash Flood

Numerous roads closed near streams

flowing off Walden Ridge. Some farmland

flooded, but no crop damage reported

due to early season.

Bledsoe County

South Portion Flash Flood

Water over roads in numerous locations.

Hamilton County

West Portion Flash Flood

Roads closed along Walden Ridge,

especially between Soddy Daisy and

Red Bank. Numerous streams flowing

off the Cumberland Plateau rose out

of banks, damaging several roads and

small bridges in the area. Detours

caused widespread traffic problems

in the area for a few days afterward.

Sequatchie County

East Portion Flash Flood

A few roads closed along Walden Ridge

as creeks rose out of banks. Buckling

of asphalt occurred on a private road.

Bradley County

Countywide Flash Flood

Numerous roads closed countywide. One

small bridge washed out.

Rhea County

Dayton Flash Flood

Numerous roads closed in Dayton.

Intersections and underpasses flooded.

Some drivers briefly stranded in

their cars.

Morgan County

2 E Wartburg Hail (1.00)

Quarter-size hail reported east of

Wartburg.

Morgan County

3 E Wartburg Hail (0.88)

Nickel-size reported east of Wartburg.

Bledsoe County

4 NW Pikeville Hail (0.75)

Penny-size hail reported on Wheeler

Mountain on the Cumberland Plateau.

Polk County

5 S Benton Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

One tree down on Welcome Valley Road

south of Benton.

Mcminn County

Etowah Hail (1.00)

Quarter-size hail reported in and

around Etowah.

Mcminn County

2 N Niota Hail (0.75)

Dime-size hail nearly covering the

ground on County Road 351.

Loudon County

6 W Loudon Hail (0.75)

Penny-size hail reported near Roane

County border.

Monroe County

Sweetwater Hail (0.88)

Nickel-size hail reported near

Sweetwater.

Roane County

Harriman Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Two trees reported down on powerlines

in Harriman.

Monroe County

Sweetwater Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

One tree down in Sweetwater.

Roane County

5 SW Kingston Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Several trees down on and along River

Road on Highway 304.

Roane County

Harriman Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Several trees down on and along

Cumberland Street in Harriman.

Monroe County

Madisonville Hail (0.88)

Nickel-size hail in Madisonville.

Anderson County

Oak Ridge Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Knox County

Knoxville Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Numerous trees and powerlines down

countywide.

Blount County

Maryville Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Several trees down countywide.

Union County

3 E Sharps Chapel Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Several trees down.

Grainger County

Buffalo Spgs Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Several trees and powerlines down in

Buffalo Springs.

Grainger County

Rutledge Hail (0.75)

Penny-size hail in Rutledge.

Hamblen County

5 SW Morristown Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

A power pole and several powerlines

down in Alpha near intersection

of Highway 11E and Highway 160.

Cocke County

Bybee Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Estimated 60 mph winds in Bybee area.

Greene County

Mosheim Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

A few trees down in the south half of

county.

Sequatchie County

Cagle Hail (1.00)

Bledsoe County

7 SW Pikeville Hail (1.00)

Quarter-size hail

Morgan County

Sunbright Hail (1.75)

Golf-ball size hail.

Marion County

7 SW Whitwell Hail (1.00)

Quarter-size hail

Morgan County

2 NE Sunbright Hail (1.00)

Quarter-size hail.

Bledsoe County

2 N Pikeville Hail (1.00)

Quarter-size hail.

Rhea County

Dayton Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

A few trees down in Dayton.

Bledsoe County

Pikeville Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Numerous trees down countywide.

Campbell County

3 SW Jellico Hail (1.00)

Quarter-size hail.

Meigs County

Ten Mile Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

A few trees down in Ten Mile.

Union County

2 S Maynardville Hail (1.00)

Quarter-size hail.

Monroe County

Sweetwater Hail (0.75)

Penny-size hail.

Knox County

Knoxville Hail (1.75)

Golfball-size hail in Knoxville.

Mcminn County

Athens Hail (0.75)

Penny-size hail.

Blount County

2 N Maryville Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

A few trees down in the Rockford area.

Reported by the Highway Department.

Polk County

Benton Hail (0.75)

Penny-size hail.

Loudon County

Lenoir City Hail (0.75)

Penny-size hail.

Grainger County

Buffalo Spgs Hail (0.75)

Penny-size hail in Buffalo Springs area.

Jefferson County

Jefferson City Hail (1.75)

Golfball-size hail in Jefferson City.

Hamblen County

Morristown Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

A roof was blown off a house on Kidwells

Ridge Road.

Hamblen County

Russellville Hail (0.75)

Penny-size hail.

Jefferson County

1 NE Jefferson City Hail (0.88)

Nickel-size hail

Cocke County

Bybee Hail (0.75)

Penny-size hail.

Hawkins County

Mooresburg Hail (1.00)

Quarter-size hail.

Greene County

5 SW Greeneville Hail (1.00)

Quarter-size hail.

Greene County

Greeneville Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Several trees down in Greeneville.

Hawkins County

Mooresburg Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Trees down in Mooresburg, St Clair,

Fields Gap and Clinch Valley.

Sullivan County

Sullivan Gardens Hail (0.88)

Nickel-size hail.

Washington County

Liberty Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Several trees down in Liberty.

Mcminn County

3 E Calhoun Hail (0.75)

Penny-size hail.

Sullivan County

Bluff City Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

One tree down in Bluff City on Dry

Branch Road.

Monroe County

3 N Madisonville Hail (0.75)

Penny-size hail

Blount County

2 W Maryville Hail (0.75)

Penny-size hail.

Bradley County

Cleveland Thunderstorm Wind (G45)

Bradley County EMA reported straight

line wind damage across a 2 mile path

in Cleveland. 13 structures were

damaged.

TENNESSEE, South Central

Lincoln County

5 S Fayetteville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A tree and power pole were blown down

by thunderstorm winds in Park City.

Franklin County

Huntland Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Estimated thunderstorm wind gust of

60 mph was reported in Huntland.

Franklin County

Huntland Hail (0.75)

Penny size hail was reported.

Franklin County

Sewanee Hail (0.75)

Penny size hail was reported.

TENNESSEE, West

Shelby County

Millington Hail (0.75)

Weakley County

Martin Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several tree limbs were blown down.

Some of the fallen limbs snapped a

power pole.

Mcnairy County

Ramer Flash Flood

Several roads were flooded.

Madison County

Bemis Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Four power poles were blown down onto

a gas station. Several telephone lines

were also blown down.

Carroll County

Huntingdon Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A large tree limb was knocked down

damaging a house and a fence.

Shelby County

Memphis Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Several mobile homes were blown off of

their foundation just east of the

Memphis International Airport. Some

trees were also knocked down. One tree

limb fell on a power line and started

a fire to a house in East Memphis.

Another large tree fell down and

damaged a home in the Midtown

section of Memphis.

Shelby County

Germantown Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

One house was damaged. A few trees

were blown down.

Madison County

Bemis Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

The First Baptist Church of Bemis was

damaged.

Hardin County

Savannah Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

One large oak tree was blown down on

a house.

Lauderdale County

3 N Ripley Hail (1.75)

Crockett County

4 SE Friendship Hail (0.75)

Tipton County

Gilt Edge to Hail (2.75)

2 W Covington

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