Storm data and unusual weather phenomena

Storm data and unusual weather phenomena

Time Path Path

Local/ Length Width

Location Date Standard (Miles) (Yards)

GEORGIA, East Central

Columbia County

1 W Evans 30 1820EST

Post Office reported some trees down

just west of Evans.

GEORGIA, Lower

Camden County

8 E Kingsland 15 1440EST

Brief touchdown in the vicinity of

State Road 40, Kings Bay Base Road and

Winding Road. Touchdown was in a wooded

area with no reports of damage.

Camden County

St Marys 17 1430EST

Numerous powerlines down. Widespread

power outages.

Camden County

St Marys 17 1500EST

Lightning struck the steeple of the

First African Baptist Church of St.

Mary’s. The strike caused a roof fire,

which caused the roof to collapse and

for the fire to spread to the interior

of the church. The church was detroyed.

GEORGIA, Lower

Camden County

Harriets Bluff 17 1530EST

Penny size hail reported near Laurel

Island.

Brantley County

3 SW Hoboken 17 1655EST

Camden County

Woodbine 29 1545EST

Rural Electric Membership Corp.

reported trees down on power lines.

GEORGIA, North and Central

White County

Helen 04 1735EST

The public reported that thunderstorm

winds blew several large limbs off a

large oak tree blocking a portion of

Georgia Highway 75 Some of the limbs

were over 18 inches in diameter.

Banks County

Countywide 05 1327EST

The Banks County 911 Center reported

that several trees were blown down

around the county.

Banks County

Homer 05 1327EST

The Banks County 911 Center reported

quarter-sized hail.

Jackson County

Countywide 05 1345EST

1350EST

A storm spotter and the Jackson County

911 Center both reported that a number

of trees had been blown down around the

county, especially from Jefferson to

Nicholson. Some power lines were also

down in the Nicholson area as well.

Clarke County

Countywide 05 1410EST

The Clarke County 911 Center reported

that many trees had been blown down all

around the county. Several power lines

were also down in Athens. One tree was

down on a home in Athens causing

structural damage.

Oglethorpe County

Crawford to 05 1430EST

Sandy Cross

The Oglethorpe County reported that

several trees and a few power lines

were blown down in the Sandy Cross

area. The Oglethorpe County 911 Center

reported that one tree was down in

Crawford.

Greene County

2 NE Wrayswood 05 1507EST

The Greene County 911 Center reported

that several trees were down near

Georgia Highway 15 and the Oconee

county line in extreme northern Greene

county.

Cobb County

Kennesaw to 05 1525EST

Blackwells

The Cobb County 911 Center reported

that several trees were blown down

between Kenneesaw and Blackwells.

Cobb County

Blackwells 05 1540EST

WXIA-TV of Atlanta reported that very

heavy rain caused the collapse of a

15-foot section of a Hancock Fabrics

Store roof. The roof collapsed from the

weight of water which accumulated as a

result of an improperly functioning

gutter system. The collapse resulted in

the rupture of a gas line and the

building had to be evacuated. However,

no injuries were reported. Extensive

damage was reported to the store and

its contents. The merchandise in the

store was ruined from water and

considered a near total loss.

Fulton County

1 S Sandy Spgs to 05 1545EST

Sandy Spgs 1600EST

WXIA-TV of Atlanta reported that very

heavy rain caused the pavement to

buckle on Interstate 285 between

Roswell Road and Riverside drive on the

northside of Atlanta. Four eastbound

left lanes had to be closed overnight

and into the next morning.

Newton County

Covington 05 1600EST

The Rockdale Citizen of Conyers

reported that thunderstorm winds blew

down a tree onto a telephone pole

knocking out power to about 50

residents for around three hours.

Later, another large branch fell off an

oak tree in the same general area

knocking power out to about 800-1000

customers.

Cobb County

Marietta 05 1800EST

2000EST

WXIA-TV of Atlanta reported that

several inches of rain in a short

period of time resulted in flash

flooding of Sope Creek. The creek

flooded yards and play areas adjacent

to the creek and also flooded one home

in the area. Water several inches deep

was flowing through these areas when

the creek went out of its banks. Sope

Creek crested between 13 and 14 feet

around 9 pm EDT. Flood stage is 12 feet.

Muscogee County

Columbus 10 1115EST

1300EST

The Muscogee County Emergency

Management Director, along with several

calls from the public, reported that

very heavy rain, up to five inches in

the north central areas of the county,

fell from thunderstorms between 10 am

and noon EDT. Several roads in Columbus

were flooded and impassable with water

flowing over the roads. Several

vehicles were stranded in the high

water. Two homes were also flooded. One

creek on the north side of Columbus was

out of its banks and threatened another

home and swimming pool.

Greene County

Union Pt 12 0300EST

0400EST

The Greene County 911 Center reported

that some roads in the area had up to

two inches of water standing on them

from thunderstorms and heavy rain.

Gwinnett County

Lilburn to 12 0707EST

Grayson 0800EST

Spotters with the Gwinnett County

SkyWarn reported that heavy rain had

resulted in several roads being

flooded. The most significantly

impacted roads were Beaver Run at Burns

Road in Lilburn and New Hope Road in

Grayson.

Bibb County

Macon 12 0859EST

1030EST

The Bibb County Emergency Management

Director reported that several roads

had standing water on them. The Macon

Airport Authority reported that the

4500 block of Pionono Avenue was

flooded.

Houston County

Warner Robins 17 0300EST

0500EST

The Macon Telegraph reported that

between four and six inches of rain

fell during an early morning

thunderstorm in a one to two hour

period, resulting in considerable flash

flooding in a portion of Warner Robins.

Several streets were flooded and

closed, with water up to four feet deep

in some areas. A drainage ditch in a

subdivision in the Mill Chase Way area

turned into a ravaging torrent of

water, flooding homes and several

vehicles in the area. At one home,

adjacent to the drainage ditch, the

water tore through a locked gate and

rose up to the front steps of the

house. A female inside was unable to

open her front door at the time because

of the force of water up against the

door. Several homes sustained some

damage from the flood waters while at

least four vehicles sustained damage as

they were submerged in flood waters.

Several roads were affected by the

flood waters, including Kimberly,

Lakeshore, Elberta, Corder, Johns, and

Mill Chase Way.

Houston County

Warner Robins 17 0330EST

The Macon Telegraph reported that

lightning struck and set on fire an

empty trailer on North Davis Drive.

Jones County

Haddock 17 1500EST

The Jones County 911 Center reported

that one tree had been blown down.

Whitfield County

3 NNW Dawnville to 20 1711EST

Toonnerville 1715EST

The public reported quarter-sized hail

in the area between Cedar Valley and

Toonnerville. A National Weather

Service damage survey conducted in the

area confirmed that hail had occurred

as numerous leaves were stripped from

trees in the area. Wind gusts to 60 mph

accompanied the hail.

Whitfield County

2 W Dawnville to 20 1711EST

Toonnerville 1715EST

The National Weather Service Forecast

Office in Peachtree City, Georgia,

conducted a damage survey to determine

if a tornado had occurred in the Cedar

Valley and Toonnerville areas of

Whitfield county, some 5 to 10 miles

northeast of Dalton. Several residents

and a storm spotter in the area

reported seeing funnel clouds in the

area. Scattered damage to trees was

noted along a west-to-east path bounded

by Boyles Mill Road on the north and

Presley Road on the south. The damage

was centered around Bowers Road. The

damage path was approximately two miles

wide and one to two miles long. Most of

the damage consisted of large, main

branches broken off trees. One tree was

completely uprooted along Boyles Mill

Road. At a residence on Boyles Mill

Road, a large trampoline was carried

some 50 feet from its original location

and destroyed as it was deposited up

against a tree. There was also damage

to the roof of an outbuilding behind

this same residence. In addition, a

portion of a metal roof on a chicken

house was peeled back and one piece was

slung several hundred feet by the

strong winds. The damage to trees in

the area was consistent with strong,

straight-lined winds and not a tornado.

No convergence or rotation was evident

to tree damage or tall grasses in the

area.

Floyd County

Armuchee to 20 1745EST

Shannon

The Rome News-Tribune reported that

thunderstorm winds blew the roof off a

building at the Richard B. Russell

Regional Airport, tangling it in power

lines. In addition, four trees were

blown down onto power lines. Up to 1000

people were without electricity during

this incident.

Walker County

Chickamauga to 20 1745EST

La Fayette

The Walker County 911 Center reported

that a couple of trees were down in the

LaFayette area and a power line was

down in Chickamauga.

Cobb County

Marietta 20 1800EST

1815EST

The Marietta Daily Journal reported

that thunderstorm winds blew down

several trees onto streets and power

lines in the area. The downed power

lines left up to 1200 people without

power during the incident.

Gordon County

Sugar Vly to 20 1801EST

Oakman

The Gordon County 911 center reported

that a number of trees were blown down

onto roads across the northern part of

the county from Sugar Valley, to

Resaca, to Oakman. The worst damage was

in the Resaca area.

Gordon County

Oakman 20 1810EST

The public reported nickel-sized hail.

Murray County

4 WNW Spring Place t 20 1815EST

2 N Spring Place 1821EST

A spotter for the National Weather

Service in Peachtree City reported that

several large, six to ten inch diameter

trees, were blown down along U.S.

Highway 76 and Georgia Highway 225

north and west of Spring Place near the

Whitfield county line.

Hall County

Flowery Branch 20 1900EST

Local news media reported that a dock

on Lake Lanier at Aqualand was damaged

by thunderstorm wind gusts.

Crisp County

Countywide 20 1915EST

1930EST

The Crisp County 911 Center reported

that several trees were down in various

locations throughout the county.

Hall County

Gainesville 20 1925EST

1939EST

The Hall County 911 Center reported

that a number of trees had been blown

down around the county. In addition,

the public reported that sheet metal

was ripped off a building.

Fannin County

Epworth 20 1930EST

The News Observer of Blue Ridge

reported that lightning struck a

propane tank at a private residence on

Lickskillet Road. The lightning blew

the propane supply line apart at the

tank, which was about 30 percent full,

and ignited the propane fuel leaking

from the tank at the supply line.

Lumpkin County

1 WNW Dahlonega 20 1945EST

The Lumpkin County 911 Center reported

that several trees were down along Oak

Grove Road just northwest of Dahlonega.

White County

Nacoochee 20 1950EST

The White County 911 Center reported

that several trees were down at the

intersection of Georgia Highways 75 and

17.

Pulaski County

4 N Hawkinsville 20 2000EST

The Pulaski County 911 Center reported

that several trees were down in the

north central part of the county.

Union County

5 SE Blairsville 20 2010EST

The Union County 911 Center reported

that several trees had been blown down.

Morgan County

Countywide 20 2030EST

The Morgan County 911 Center reported

that a number of trees had been blown

down throughout the county.

Bleckley County

1.5 NE Coley 20 2032EST

The Bleckley County 911 Center reported

that several trees were down on Vernon

Road at U.S. Highway 23/Georgia Highway

87 in the town of Royal.

Cobb County

Kennesaw 25 1245EST

1330EST

The Cobb County 911 Center reported

minor street flooding on several

streets in the area. In addition, some

minor flooding was reported at a local

shopping mall.

Douglas County

Douglasville 28 2110EST

The public reported that lightning

struck a tree and split it in half.

Douglas County

Lithia Spgs 28 2122EST

2125EST

A storm spotter and the public both

reported nickel to quarter-sized

hail about two miles

north of Interstate 20 in the Lithia

Springs area.

Coweta County

Senoia 29 1515EST

The Times Herald of Newnan reported

that lightning struck and set on fire a

home on Rockhouse Road. While at first

it was believed to be only a minor

fire, the lightning apparently ignited

a natural gas line in the home.

Consequently, the home was a total

loss.

Taylor County

Butler 29 1600EST

The Taylor County News of Butler

reported that lightning struck a pine

tree at a private residence, marring

the tree, then traveling underground to

the adjacent house. The lightning

traveled to the front porch, knocking

bricks off the steps and a support beam

from the center of the front porch.

From there, the lightning traveled

inside the home where several

electrical sockets were blown from the

walls.

Putnam County

Eatonton 30 1415EST

The Eatonton Messenger newspaper

reported that thunderstorm winds

knocked down a few tree limbs in the

area and one tree. The tree fell on a

shed, causing damage to the structure.

Oconee County

4 S Farmington 30 2045EST

The Oconee County Sheriffs Office

reported that one tree was blown down.

GEORGIA, Northeast

Rabun County

7 W Clayton 02 1315EST

A couple of trees were blown down. One

tree fell on a van, causing minor

injuries to the driver.

Rabun County

11 WSW Clayton 02 1740EST

Trees were blown across power lines,

causing sporadic outages.

Elbert County

Elberton 12 0800EST

1000EST

Heavy rainfall resulted in flooding of

a few low spots and poor drainage

areas.

Rabun County

10 W Clayton to 20 2000EST

15 W Clayton

Trees and power lines were blown down.

Habersham County

Clarkesville to 20 2015EST

Baldwin

Numerous trees and power lines were

blown down.

Rabun County

Clayton 20 2025EST

Trees and power lines were blown down.

Hart County

Hartwell 20 2050EST

Trees and power lines were blown down.

Stephens County

Toccoa 20 2050EST

Trees and power lines were blown down.

GEORGIA, Southeast

Bulloch County

1 SW Stilson to 05 1510EST

1 E Stilson 1515EST

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees

on to Highway 80.

Chatham County

2 S Ft Screven 05 1644EST

1650EST

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees

and power lines across Tybee Island.

Liberty County

Riceboro 12 1810EST

1815EST

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees

and power lines.

Liberty County

Gum Branch 12 1850EST

2000EST

Radar estimated around 4 inches of rain

in just over an hour. This caused

several roads to be closed including

Highway 196, Live Oak Church Road, and

Curtis Road.

Chatham County

Savannah 12 1930EST

2000EST

Radar estimated around 4 inches of rain

across parts of the county in around 1

hour. Flooding was reported in the

Windsor Forest area and high water

approached some homes.

Thunderstorm wind damage and flash

flooding occurred in southeast Georgia

due to the remnants of Tropical Storm

Bonnie.

Tattnall County

Collins 17 1617EST

1620EST

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees

on to Routes 292 and 23.

Evans County

Claxton 17 1700EST

1705EST

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees

and limbs.

Liberty County

Allenhurst 21 1459EST

1503EST

GEORGIA, Southwest

Randolph County

Southeast Portion 11 1830EST

2000EST

Radar estimates from four to six

inches of rain fell during a

two-hour period in the upper

drainages of the Pachitla and

Ichawaynochaway Creeks. Two to

three feet of water covered

Lower Shellman Road by Pachitla

Creek. Reported by the Randolph

County EMA.

GULF OF MEXICO

Destin To Pensacola

Fl Out 20Nm

Ft Walton Beach 01 1545CST

1550CST

Craig Key To The W

End Of The 7 Mile

Bridge Out 20Nm

5 S Marathon 02 0011EST

Wind gust 46 knots (53 mph)

measured at Sombrero Key Light

C-MAN Station.

Craig Key To The W

End Of The 7 Mile

Bridge Out 20Nm

Marathon 02 0034EST

Wind gust 40 mph measured at

Marathon Airport ASOS.

Florida Bay

Marathon 02 0034EST

Wind gust 40 mph measured at

Marathon Airport ASOS.

Pensacola Fl To

Pascagoula Ms Out

20Nm

Dauphin Island 02 0520CST

0525CST

Sw Pass Of The Ms R

To Atchafalaya R La

Out 20Nm

20 S Venice 02 1003CST

Ocean Reef To Craig

Key Fl Out 20Nm

7 S Key Largo 02 1724EST

Wind gust 35 knots (40 mph)

measured at Molasses Reef C-MAN

Station.

Mobile Bay

Point Clear 02 1750CST

1755CST

Florida Bay

7 WNW Islamorada 03 1202EST

Waterspout observed in Florida

Bay 1 mile north of Siesta Key

near Mile Marker 75.

Gulf Side Of The

Lower Keys Out

20Nm

1 N Big Pine Key 03 1708EST

1713EST

Waterspout observed by NWS

employee while on a prescribed

burn familiarization visit just

off the north end of Big Pine

Key.

Florida Bay

5 NW Marathon 03 1715EST

Waterspout observed by a trained

spotter 4 miles north of the

east end of Seven Mile Bridge.

Lake Ponchartrain

And Lake Maurepas

Lkfrnt Arpt New 05 2007CST

06 2007CST

Cameron La To High

Is Tx Out 20Nm

19 SE Mouth Of Sabina 05 2230CST

Offshore oil rig recorded 48 mph

wind gust.

Atchafalaya R To

Cameron La 20 To

60Nm

21 SE Cameron 05 2240CST

45 mph wind gust recorded by

offshore oil platform.

Sw Pass Of The Ms R

To Atchafalaya R La

Out 20Nm

Grand Isle 05 2258CST

06 2258CST

Sw Pass Of The Ms R

To Atchafalaya R La

Out 20Nm

20 S Venice 06 0050CST

Sw Pass Of The Ms R

To Atchafalaya R La

Out 20Nm

20 S Venice 06 0100CST

Craig Key To The W

End Of The 7 Mile

Bridge Out 20Nm

6 S Marathon 06 1859EST

Wind gust 43 knots (49 mph)

measured at Sombrero Key Light

C-MAN Station.

Craig Key To The W

End Of The 7 Mile

Bridge 20 To 60Nm

6 S Marathon 06 1900EST

1909EST

10-minute average wind of 36

knots (41 mph) measured at

Sombrero Key Light C-MAN Station.

Englewood To

Tarpon Springs Fl

Out 20Nm

12 NNW Longboat Key 08 1211EST

14 NNW Longboat 1220EST

Two different waterspouts were

reported between Anna Maria

Island and Egmont Key.

Lake Ponchartrain

And Lake Maurepas

Little Woods to 09 0745CST

Lkfrnt Arpt New 0750CST

A waterspout was observed by law

enforcement near the Lake

Pontchartrain shoreline north of

Interstate 10 and Michoud Blvd.

Lake Ponchartrain

And Lake Maurepas

W Lake Pontchartrain 09 0930CST

Mobile Bay

Point Clear 09 1055CST

1100CST

Pascagoula Ms To Sw

Pass Of Ms R Out

20Nm

8 S Bay St. Louis 10 1240CST

A waterspout was observed by

law enforcement south of Bay

St. Louis.

Matagorda Bay

Port O’Connor 11 2006CST

Measured at Port O’Connor TCOONS.

Freeport To

Matagorda Ship Chnl

Out 20Nm

20 SW Matagorda to 11 2012CST

Matagorda

Measured at Port O’Connor TCOONS.

Pt O’Connor To

Aransas Pass

Port O’Connor 11 2006CST

Recorded by Port Oconnor TCOON.

Pt O’Connor To

Aransas Pass

13 N Port Aransas 11 2048CST

Recorded by Rockport (RKP) ASOS.

Pt O’Connor To

Aransas Pass

Mesquite Bay 11 2112CST

Estimated from the Matagorda

Island RAWS site.

Corpus Christi To

Baffin Bay

Port Aransas 11 2130CST

Recorded by Port Aransas TCOON.

Matagorda Ship Chnl

To Pt Aransas Out

20Nm

6 ESE Port Aransas to 11 2130CST

7 ESE Port Aransas

Estimated from nearby RTNS

TCOON buoy.

Pt Aransas To Baffin

Bay Tx Out 20Nm

Port Aransas 11 2130CST

Estimated from Port Aransas

TCOON.

Pt O’Connor To

Aransas Pass

Port Aransas 11 2130CST

Estimated from Port Aransas

TCOON.

Pt Aransas To Baffin

Bay Tx Out 20Nm

7 SE Port Aransas 11 2136CST

Recorded by RTNS TCOON buoy.

Corpus Christi To

Baffin Bay

10 SE Port Aransas 11 2145CST

Recorded at the Mustang Island

Regional Airport.

Corpus Christi To

Baffin Bay

Corpus Christi 11 2155CST

Recorded by Corpus Christi NAS

(NGP) ASOS.

Corpus Christi To

Baffin Bay

South Bird Island 11 2212CST

Recorded by the South Bird

Island TCOON.

Corpus Christi To

Baffin Bay

Baffin Bay 11 2230CST

Recorded by the Baffin Bay TCOON.

Bonita Beach To

Englewood Fl Out

20Nm

12 NW Bonita Beach to 12 1840EST

13 NW Bonita Beach 1845EST

A waterspout moved onshore in an

undeveloped area on the east tip

of Sanibel Island.

Bonita Beach To

Englewood Fl Out

20Nm

17 NW Bonita Beach to 13 1420EST

6.5 NW Bonita Beach

A waterspout was reported in

advance of Hurricane Charley 5

miles southwest of Cape Coral

over Escalon Bay.

Bonita Beach To

Englewood Fl Out

20Nm

San Carlos Bay to 13 1435EST

5 NE San Carlos Bay 1440EST

A waterspout over San Carlos Bay

moved into the Caloocahatchee

River before making landfall two

miles southwest of Cape Coral.

Gulf Side Of The

Lower Keys Out

20Nm

10 NE Key West 15 1600EST

1608EST

Waterspout observed by NWS

personnel 10 miles northeast of

Key West.

Key W To Dry

Tortugas Waters

6 W Key West 15 1601EST

1621EST

Waterspout observed by Key West

International Airport air

traffic controllers 6 miles west

of Key West.

Gulf Side Of The

Lower Keys Out

20Nm

10 NE Key West 16 1502EST

1507EST

Waterspout observed by off-duty

NWS employee 10 miles northeast

of Key West.

W End Of The 7 Mile

Bridge To Key W Out

20Nm

8 SE Key West 16 1559EST

1609EST

Waterspout observed by NWS

personnel 8 miles southeast of

Key West.

Craig Key To The W

End Of The 7 Mile

Bridge Out 20Nm

7 S Marathon 17 2235EST

Wind gust 36 knots (41 mph)

measured at Sombrero Key Light

C-MAN Station.

Lake Ponchartrain

And Lake Maurepas

1 N Lkfrnt Arpt New t 19 1029CST

2 N Lkfrnt Arpt New 1045CST

A waterspout was observed by an

observer at New Orleans Lakefront

Airport and broadcast media.

Mobile Bay

Alabama Port 20 2045CST

2050CST

Pensacola Fl To

Pascagoula Ms Out

20Nm

Dauphin Island 20 2045CST

2055CST

Pensacola Fl To

Pascagoula Ms Out

20Nm

Ft Morgan 20 2120CST

2130CST

Pensacola Fl To

Pascagoula Ms 20 To

60Nm

Gulf Shores 20 2140CST

2145CST

Pensacola Fl To

Pascagoula Ms Out

20Nm

Gulf Shores 20 2150CST

2200CST

Pensacola Fl To

Pascagoula Ms 20 To

60Nm

Gulf Shores 20 2150CST

2200CST

Florida Bay

8 ENE Duck Key 21 0653EST

Waterspout observed by US Coast

Guard 1 mile north of Channel 5

Bridge.

Craig Key To The W

End Of The 7 Mile

Bridge Out 20Nm

9 E Duck Key 21 0655EST

0656EST

Waterspout observed by public 2

miles south of Craig Key.

Suwannee R To

Apalachicola FI Out

20Nm

20 SE Apalachicola 21 0736EST

0815EST

The Coast Guard reported a

waterspout about 10 miles south

of St George Island.

Gulf Side Of The

Lower Keys Out

20Nm

6 N Key West 21 0759EST

0807EST

Two large waterspouts observed

by NWS personnel 6 miles north

of Key West.

Gulf Side Of The

Lower Keys Out

20Nm

2 N Key West 21 0839EST

Waterspout observed by airplane

pilot 2 miles north of Key West.

Lake Ponchartrain

And Lake Maurepas

Mid Lke Pontchartrain 21 1500CST

Mobile Bay

Pinto Island 21 1610CST

1620CST

Englewood To

Tarpon Springs Fl

Out 20Nm

5 SW St Petersburg Be 21 1900EST

A waterspout was reported west of

Passe-A-Grille Beach

Florida Bay

5 N Marathon 23 0539EST

0546EST

Waterspout observed by a trained

spotter 5 miles north of Marathon.

Florida Bay

5 WNW Islamorada 23 0630EST

0640EST

Two waterspouts observed by a trained

spotter 1 mile north of Lower

Matecumbe Key.

Galveston Bay

Eagle Point 23 0854CST

Measured at Eagle Point PORTS.

Englewood To

Tarpon Springs Fl

Out 20Nm

10 NE Longboat Key 23 0919EST

0927EST

A waterspout was reported in Rerra

Cela Bay.

Englewood To

Tarpon Springs Fl

Out 20Nm

1.5 E St Petersburg Beach 24 1755EST

2 SE St Petersburg 1810EST

Beach

A waterspout formed over Boca Ciega

Bay and moved onshore and caused minor

damage to 17 homes along Boca Ciega

Isle Drive and 44th Avenue before

heading into the Gulf of Mexico and

diminishing offshore.

Tampa Bay

Old Tampa Bay 25 1750EST

The television media captured a video

of a waterspout over Old Tampa Bay.

Suwannee R To

Apalachicola Fl Out

20Nm

15 SE Apalachicola 27 0947EST

1015EST

Local law enforcement reported a

waterspout just offshore of St George

Island.

Key W To Dry

Tortugas Waters

5 W Key West 27 1657EST

1658EST

Waterspout observed from NWS office at

Key West International Airport 5 miles

west of Key West.

Galveston Bay

3 N Smith Pt 28 0945CST

Sighted over East Galveston Bay by

pilot.

Galveston Bay

5 S Texas City 28 1056CST

Sighted near Tiki Island just west of

the Galveston Island Causeway.

Gulf Side Of The

Lower Keys Out

20Nm

10 NE Key West 29 1450EST

Waterspout observed by off-duty NWS

employee 10 miles northwest of Big

Coppitt Key.

HAWAII

HIZ021 Leeward Haleakala

01 1345HST

2300HST

A fire burned about 200 acres of brush

in an area 3.5 miles south of Makawao

on the island of Maui. The fire caused

no serious injuries or property damage,

but did come close to several homes in

Omaopio. Fire officials said that the

blaze appeared to have been

deliberately set.

Hawaii County

38 SW Hilo 02 1929HST

2230HST

Heavy showers and isolated

thunderstorms, associated with

remnants from Hurricane Darby being

enhanced by an upper trough, caused

ponding of roadways, and small stream

and drainage ditch flooding in the Kau

District on the Big Island of Hawaii.

There were no reports of serious

property damage or injuries.

Hawaii County

16 NE Kailua Kona to 03 0440HST

Captain Cook 1220HST

The combination of an upper trough and

remnants from Hurricane Darby resulted

in heavy showers and thunderstorms

impacting the lee side of the Big

Island of Hawaii. Excessive runoff

forced the closure of 5 schools, where

some classrooms were flooded. The

flash flooding also closed several

roads for a time because of rock

slides and deep ponding. Estimates of

damages were not available. No serious

injuries were reported.

HIZ002-008>009-012- Kauai Windward–Oahu Koolau–Olomana–

017-020-024>025 Molokai Windward–Maui Windward West–

Windward Haleakala–South Big Island–

Big Island North And East

03 0715HST

04 1600HST

A swell from former Hurricane Darby

generated surf of 4 to 8 feet along

the east shores of Kauai, Oahu,

Molokai, Maui, and the Big Island of

Hawaii. No serious injuries or

property damage were reported.

Maui County

Kipahulu to 03 1127HST

Ulupalakua 1555HST

Heavy rain, showers, and isolated

thunderstorms, produced by an upper

trough enhancing the remnants of

Hurricane Darby, caused flash flooding

over southern coastal and lower

upslope sections of East Maui.

Piilani Highway was closed for a time

near Kaupo because of deep ponding

over the road surface. There were no

reports, however, of serious injuries

or property damage.

Hawaii County

15 NNE Kailua Kona 03 1733HST

2018HST

Heavy showers and isolated

thunderstorms, associated with

remnants of Hurricane Darby, produced

small stream and drainage ditch

flooding, and pending of roadways in

the North Kona District on the Big

Island of Hawaii, near Puuanahulu. No

serious property damage or injuries

were reported.

Maui County

9 NW Hana to 03 1911HST

Kaupo 2210HST

Showers and isolated thunderstorms

associated with the remnants of

Hurricane Darby brought ponding of

roadways, and small stream and

drainage ditch flooding in eastern

coastal and upslope areas of East

Maui. No serious injuries or property

damage were reported.

Honolulu County

Countywide 03 2120HST

04 0345HST

Heavy showers and isolated

thunderstorms, associated with

remnants of Hurricane Darby being

enhanced by an upper trough, produced

small stream and drainage ditch

flooding, and ponding of roadways

across the isle of Oahu. There were no

reports of serious property damage or

injuries.

Maui County

Maunaloa to 04 0019HST

15 ESE Kalaupapa 0315HST

Heavy showers and isolated

thunderstorms, associated with

remnants from Hurricane Darby, caused

ponding of roadways, and small stream

and drainage ditch flooding across the

isle of Molokai. However, there were

no reports of serious injuries or

property damage.

Kauai County

Hanalei to 04 0125HST

Kalaheo 0415HST

An upper trough enhancing remnants

from Hurricane Darby generated heavy

showers and isolated thunderstorms

over the eastern half of Kauai. This

caused small stream and drainage ditch

flooding, and ponding of roadways. No

serious property damage or injuries

were reported, however.

Honolulu County

1.5 N Kahaluu 04 0345HST

1245HST

Heavy showers and isolated

thunderstorms produced flash flooding

near the community of Waiahole in the

windward coastal part of Oahu.

Kamehameha Highway was closed for a

time because water was as deep as 1.5

feet across the roadway. No serious

injuries or property damage were

reported.

Maui County

Maunaloa to 04 0435HST

Kalaupapa 0827HST

Heavy showers and isolated

thunderstorms produced ponding or

roadways, and small stream and

drainage ditch flooding over the

western half of Molokai. There were

no reports of serious injuries or

property damage.

Kauai County

Countywide 04 1135HST

1345HST

Heavy showers and isolated

thunderstorms, associated with the

remnants of Hurricane Darby, generated

flash flooding conditions over most of

Kauai. Excessive runoff closed several

roads for a time and snarled traffic.

The Wailua River exceeded the flash

flood threshold during the late

morning and into the afternoon hours

on the 4th. However, there were no

reports of serious property damage or

injuries.

Honolulu County

Waialua to 17 1503HST

Ewa 1800HST

Heavy showers caused ponding of

roadways, and small stream and

drainage ditch flooding in western

parts of Oahu. No serious injuries or

property damage were reported.

Hawaii County

Kailua Kona to 19 0328HST

Captain Cook 0520HST

Heavy showers produced small stream

and drainage ditch flooding, and

ponding of roadways in leeward

sections of the Big Island of Hawaii.

However, no serious property damage or

injuries were reported.

IDAHO, Extreme Southeast

NOT RECEIVED.

IDAHO, North

Lemhi County

6 SE North Fork 05 1628MST

Lemhi County

Salmon 05 1628MST

Thunderstorm downburst winds gusted up

to 61 mph at the Salmon RAWS station,

and up to 62 mph at the Kriley Creek

RAWS station.

IDAHO, Northwest

Kootenai County

(Coe)Coeur D’Alene A 02 1800PST

1900PST

A thunderstorm moved across Kootenai

County during the evening of August

2nd bringing winds of 50 mph. These

winds injured two people from flying

debris and damaged a home with a blown

down tree.

IDAHO, Southeast

Butte County

10 S Howe 02 1400MST

1410MST

Butte County

Central Portion 02 1415MST

1420MST

Clark County

Dubois 02 1450MST

1500MST

Fremont County

Ashton 02 1746MST

1805MST

Thunderstorm downburst blew down trees

and a power pole in Ashton. Power was

out from 646 pm until 9 pm.

Power County

Pocatello Arpt 05 1659MST

1707MST

Madison County

Sugar City 05 1755MST

1805MST

Bingham County

Blackfoot 05 1800MST

1815MST

Downed power lines in Blackfoot.

Traffic diverted around.

Bonneville County

Idaho Falls 05 1815MST

1825MST

Downed trees reported in Idaho Falls.

Bannock County

Inkom 17 1139MST

1220MST

1.25 inches of rain fell in 45 minutes

in Inkom area.

Cassia County

8 SW Oakley 17 1500MST

1600MST

Trapper Creek Road closed after runoff

deposited boulders and debris onto road.

Fremont County

23 E St Anthony 17 1624MST

1700MST

Roads reported washed out near Lamont.

Caribou County

Grace 21 1334MST

1344MST

Caribou County

Grace 21 1450MST

1550MST

Standing water in Grace Park and one

basement reported flooded.

Caribou County

Grace 21 1545MST

1615MST

2 to 3 inches of standing water in the

town of Grace with several flooded

basements.

Butte County

25 SE Arco 22 1520MST

1530MST

60 mph wind recorded at Big Southern

Butte.

Bannock County

7 N Chubbuck 22 1600MST

1615MST

Bingham County

Ft Hall 22 1600MST

1615MST

Mesonet site at Fort Hall in Bannock

county near the Bingham County line

recorded 61 mph winds. Trees downed on

Mission Road from Bannock County

crossing into Bingham County.

Bingham County

Blackfoot 22 1611MST

1622MST

Downed tree at 879W and 100N in

Blackfoot.

Jefferson County

4 SW Hamer 22 1630MST

1645MST

Bingham County

Firth 22 1631MST

1641MST

Downed tree at highway 91 and 800N and

downed power pole at 500E and 1250N.

Bonneville County

Bone 22 1655MST

1705MST

Bingham County

Moreland 22 1700MST

1710MST

Tree branches snapped and fell and

took out a power line which caused a

power outage in Moreland.

Fremont County

Macks Inn 25 1630MST

1640MST

IDAHO, Southwest

NOT RECEIVED.

ILLINOIS, Central

Schuyler County

5 S Rushville 09 1625CST

Two large trees were blown down onto

IL Route 67 five miles south of

Rushville.

De Witt County

Waynesville to 09 1714CST

Clinton 1720CST

Thunderstorm winds blew down numerous

trees and power lines.

Menard County

Oakford 09 1715CST

Two large trees were blown down.

Logan County

Lincoln to 09 1749CST

Beason 1815CST

Logan County

1 S Lincoln 09 1749CST

Piatt County

Cisco 09 1826CST

A tree was blown down onto a house

causing minor damage.

De Witt County

Clinton 09 1840CST

Several trees and power lines were

blown down. One tree fell onto an

unoccupied car damaging it.

Macon County

Decatur Arpt 09 2049CST

Stark County

2 SW Toulon 17 1820CST

1920CST

Over three inches of rain fell in a

short amount of time. Several roads

around Toulon were flooded.

Stark County

3 SW Toulon 17 1820CST

Stark County

3 SW Toulon 17 1820CST

Thunderstorm winds damaged a porch on

a house.

Marshall County

Varna 17 1823CST

Several large tree limbs were blown

down.

Sangamon County

Chatham 17 2030CST

Several trees were blown down.

Mclean County

Lexington 17 2125CST

An empty work trailer was blown over.

It sustained moderate damage.

Moultrie County

Lovington 18 1605CST

Moultrie County

2 SE Lovington 18 1612CST

Thunderstorm winds blew the doors off

of a storage shed southeast of

Lovington.

Coles County

4 SE Humboldt to 18 1625CST

Charleston 1636CST

Coles County

Humboldt to 18 1625CST

4 SE Humboldt 1630CST

Several trees were blown over.

Clark County

Marshall 18 1735CST

Knox County

1 W Maquon 18 1830CST

Several trees had the tops broken

off of them, as well as several large

tree limbs blown down.

Fulton County

2 SW Farmington 18 1858CST

Peoria County

4 SW Trivoli 18 1907CST

Peoria County

4 SW Trivoli 18 1907CST

Fulton County

London Mills to 18 1938CST

Canton 1954CST

A tree fell onto a house in Canton

causing minor damage.

Peoria County

1 E Trivoli 18 2004CST

Tazewell County

South Pekin 18 2004CST

Several large tree limbs were blown

down.

Lawrence County

Sumner to 24 1630CST

St Francisville 1645CST

Numerous power lines and trees were

blown down.

Vermilion County

Hoopeston 24 1650CST

1830CST

Very heavy rain fell on already

saturated ground causing street

flooding.

Morgan County

Prentice 25 1320CST

The roof of a shed was blown off.

Also, several trees and power lines

were blown down. Some of the debris

landed on Illinois Route 123.

Cass County

Ashland 25 1330CST

Cass County

Ashland 25 1330CST

Several trees were blown down.

One tree fell onto a house causing

minor roof damage.

Menard County

Tallula 25 1340CST

Cass County

Countywide 25 1438CST

1930CST

Very heavy rain fell over the county

causing numerous roads to become

flooded. Also, a portion of Illinois

Route 125 was washed out between

Beardstown and Virginia.

Schuyler County

Rushville 25 1541CST

1930CST

Several county roads were flooded in

the Rushville area due to heavy rains.

Morgan County

Jacksonville 25 1613CST

1930CST

Several city streets were flooded

due to heavy rains.

Menard County

Countywide 25 1630CST

2100CST

Very heavy rain fell countywide.

Illinois Route 97 was flooded south

of Petersburg.

Logan County

San Jose to 25 1646CST

Lincoln 2130CST

Very heavy rain caused numerous

roads to become flooded between San

Jose and Lincoln. US Route 136 was

closed for a time due to standing

water.

Mason County

Mason City 25 1646CST

2030CST

Several streets in Mason City were

flooded due to heavy rains.

Mclean County

Bloomington to 25 1749CST

Normal 2030CST

Several streets were flooded in

Bloomington and Normal.

De Witt County

Clinton 25 1805CST

2130CST

Several streets were flooded in

Clinton including the viaduct on

Illinois Route 54.

Mason County

3 N Argenta to 25 1840CST

Decatur 2130CST

Several roads in Argenta and Decatur

were flooded.

Sangamon County

Springfield 25 1840CST

2130CST

Several streets and viaducts were

flooded in Springfield.

Effingham County

Effingham 26 0615CST

0830CST

Very heavy rain caused US Routes 40

and 45 to become flooded in Effingham.

Jasper County

North Portion 26 0652CST

0830CST

Very heavy rain caused Illinois

Route 130 to become flooded.

Sangamon County

1.5 W Chatham 26 1709CST 0.1 10

A tornado briefly touched down in a

field. No damage or injuries were

reported.

Sangamon County

1 NE Springfield 27 1910CST

Several trees were blown down.

Macon County

2 N Forsyth 27 2035CST

Several power lines were blown down.

Vermilion County

Rankin 28 1830CST

2230CST

Very heavy rain caused Illinois

Routes 49 and 9 to become flooded

in Rankin.

ILLINOIS, Northeast

Will County

5 NE Lockport 02 1440CST

1450CST

10 minutes of nickel-sized hail in

Homer Glen.

Will County

5 NE Lockport 02 1440CST

12 inch diameter tree limbs

reported down in Homer Glen.

Livingston County

3 SE Streator 03 0010CST

Ogle County

Mt Morris to 03 1950CST

Byron 2020CST

Trees and power lines were reported

knocked down by strong wind gusts

from Mt. Morris to Oregon and Byron.

Winnebago County

Rockford 03 1955CST

Power lines and small trees reported

to be torn down by strong winds in

the northwest side of Rockford.

Lee County

Dixon 03 2000CST

2020CST

Numerous trees and power lines were

knocked down in the southern portion

of Dixon. The Mendota Hills

Campground on Rt. 52 between Amboy

and Sublette reported damage to 12

trailers. 3 of which were thrown

into a lake. 20% of the parks trees

were knocked down.

Winnebago County

Winnebago 03 2010CST

Several trees reported to be knocked

down by strong winds on Elevator Rd.

north of Rockford and south of Roseo.

ILZ003>004-013-021 Winnebago–Boone–Du

Page–Grundy

03 2020CST

04 0045CST

Moderate flooding reported on the

south side of Rockford and in

southern Winnebago County.

6 to 8 inches of water covering

President and Geneva Rds. notheast

of Wheaton, in DuPage County.

Roads covered by water 5 miles south

of Belevedere, in Boone County.

U.S. Hwy. 6 at Morris covered with

water following roadside ditches

rapidly filling with runoff, in

Grundy County.

De Kalb County

Countywide 03 2030CST

21000ST

Numerous trees, large limbs and

powerlines down were reported down.

A large tree branch fell on a car

in Cortland causing significant

damage.

La Salle County

Peru to 03 2035CST

Ottawa 2115CST

Tree branches reported down near

Peru. In Ottawa, several large tree

limbs down on Poplar St., north of

U.S. Hwy. 6, power was out and a

mailbox was blown over.

Kane County

Countywide 03 2045CST

21000ST

Power line and trees were reported

to be knocked down throughout the

county by emergency management.

Numerous trees and power lines were

knocked down throughout Batavia,

Aurora and North Aurora.

Kendall County

Countywide 03 2055CST

2150CST

Thunderstorm wind damage was reported

throughout the county.

Power line down and power outage

reported in Newark

Trees downat Fox River Dr. and Fox

Rd., 3 miles south of Plano

Power lines down in downtown Plano

Power lines down 1 mile east of Plano

Trees down on road at River and

Eldamain Rds, 2 miles southeast of

Plano

Power lines down on Tuma Rd., 1

mile east of Yorkville

Power lines down and Public Safety

Center lost power, 1 mile west of

Yorkville

Power lines down on Plainfield Rd.

and Rt. 71 in Oswego

Trees down on Minkler Rd., 3 miles

southeast of Oswego

Power lines down and all power out

in Lisbon

Power lines down on Chicago Rd. in

Little Rock

Grundy County

Mazon to 03 2100CST

Morris 2110CST

A car port/canopy was pulled out of

the ground and blown over in Mazon

and large tree limbs and power lines

were reported down in Morris.

Will County

Countywide 03 2107CST

2135CST

Large tree limbs reported down at

Boughton Rd and Weber Rd. in

Bolinbrook

60 kt wind gust reported at NWS

office in Romeoville

Tents and tables blown over at

festival site in Romeoville

Large tree limbs down at Rt. 30 and

Rt. 59 in Plainfield

Large tree limbs reported down in

Joliet

10 inch diameter trees knocked down

in Crest Hill

Large tree limbs and power lines

knocked down and power outages in

Romeoville

Est. 52 kt wind reported at Silver

Cross Hospital in Joliet

Large tree reported knocked down 4

miles east of Joliet

Large tree limbs down and estimated

52 kt wind gust at Frankfort

Large tree limbs and power lines

down throughout the southeast side

of Naperville.

Du Page County

Lombard 03 2110CST

Large tree limbs reported down in

Lombard.

Du Page County

Downers Grove 03 2117CST

52 kt wind gust measured by

unofficial weather equipment.

Cook County

Chicago 03 2140CST

5 inch diameter tree limbs down at

Ashland Ave. and Grand Ave.

Kankakee County

Countywide 03 2153CST

2230CST

A large tree, about 2 feet in

diameter, was split in half on East

Maple St. in Kankakee. Tree limbs

and power lines were reported down in

Kankakee, Bourbonnais, Manteno and

Aroma Park..

In the evening of August 3, a

stationary frontal boundary was set

up across the Michigan-Indiana

border, the southern tip of Lake

Michigan and the Illinois-Wisonsin

border. A warm, humid airmass was

present south of the front. Lines of

thunderstorms developed in the early

evening over northern Iowa and moved

rapidly southeastward. By 6:30 PM

CST, lines of strong thunderstorms

crossed the Mississippi River into

northwestern Illinois. These lines

for storms swept quickly eastward

across northern Illinois and

southern Lake Michigan and entered

northwestern Indiana by around 10:00

PM CST. The primary threat from these

storms was strong winds, with gusts

up to 60 kts, and caused a

significant amount of damage,

particularly to trees and powerlines.

A few reports of large hail were

noted, the largest being 1.75 inches

near Streator in Livingston County,

Illinois.

Will County

5 S Naperville 17 1610CST

1615CST

reported at Hail St. and Rt. 59.

Will County

Plainfield 17 1611CST

1616CST

Will County

5 N Plainfield 17 1615CST

Lightning struck and injured 1

person at 119th St. and Book Rd.

about 5 miles north of Plainfield.

Cook County

Chicago Ridge 17 1645CST

1650CST

Du Page County

Naperville 17 1652CST

1657CST

Cook County

Oak Lawn 17 1700CST

1705CST

Hail reported at 95th St. and

Pulaski Rd.

Cook County

Chicago 17 1705CST

1710CST

Hail reported at the Dan Ryan

Expressway and 87th St.

Grundy County

2 W Morris 17 1713CST

Cook County

Tinley Park 17 1800CST

Lightning struck and burned the

upper level of a house at Stonegate

Dr. in Tinley park.

Ford County

Kempton 17 1907CST

1920CST

Numerous trees and power lines were

knocked down.

De Kalb County

3 S De Kalb 24 1650CST

1655CST

De Kalb County

7.1 SE De Kalb to 24 1655CST

8.2 SE De Kalb 17000ST

This tornado occurred 1/4 mile south

of the intersection of Somonauk and

Perry Rds. This is about 7.1 miles

southeast of De Kalb. The tornado

damaged corn and then crossed Perry

Rd. about 1/2 mile east of Somonauk

Rd. At a farmstead on the south side

of the road, the roof of an old silo

was taken off and tree branches were

down. North of Perry Rd., a barn

door was blown in. About 100 yards to

the east, there was damage to lawn

furniture and tree limbs. The tornado

continued east northeast, damaging

corn. A large tree limb was blown

down at Hinkley Rd., about 1/4 mile

north of Perry Rd. The tornado ended

on Pritchard Rd., between Perry and

Keslinger Rds., or about 8.2 miles

southeast of De Kalb.

Kane County

2.5 WSW Hampshire to 24 1713CST 0.1 10

2.5 WNW Hampshire 1714CST

A trained spotter reported a brief

tornado about 2.5 miles northwest of

Burlington, or 2.5 miles west

southwest of Hampshire, in rural

northwest Kane County. There was

no damage.

Kane County

5.2 N Elburn to 24 1721CST 0.1 10

5.3 N Elburn 1722CST

A trained spotter reported a brief

tornado near Rt. 47 and Silver Glen

Rd., about 5.2 miles north of Elburn.

There was no damage.

Mchenry County

3.2 WSW Me Henry 24 1810CST 0.8 20

1812CST

Emergency management reported a

tornado about 3.2 miles west

southwest of Mc Henry. The tornado

caused damage to model homes in the

Legend Lakes subdivision, near

Draper Rd. A garage door was blown

in, a window was blown out and

siding was damaged. A newly planted

tree was uprooted. North of the

subdivision, the tornado peeled off

sections of roofing from a cattle

barn and damaged trees. There was

also minor tree damage on Round Up

Rd. There was no further damage, but

a witness described the tornado at

a quarry on Rt. 120 west of Draper Rd.

Kane County

Elgin 24 2215CST

2220CST

During the afternoon of August 24,

an upper level low pressure system

was over eastern Iowa and a warm

front was moving northward through

northern Illinois. Following the

passage of the warm front, shortly

before 5:00 PM CST, an area of

thunderstorms began to develop over

DeKalb County. By 5:00 PM CST, these

storms had produced hail up to 1.75

inches and a tornado about 7 miles

southeast of DeKalb. The storms

continued to move northeastward over

Boone and northern Kane Counties

and into McHenry County. Between

5:00 PM and 6:12 PM CST, 3 additional

tornadoes touched down in Kane and

McHenry Counties. The tornado damage

was surveyed by NWS and Northern

Illinois University meteorologists

and determined that there were 4

tornadoes. All were rated F0 with

winds of 40 to 72 mph.

ILZ033 Iroquois

25 1900CST

26 0500CST

Flooding of viaduct on Rt. 1 at

Milford.

Ogle County

Polo 26 2350CST

A 4 inch diameter tree was snapped

off.

Ogle County

Davis Jct 27 0000CST

0015CST

Tree limbs and power lines were down

over east-central portion of Ogle

County in and around Davis the

Junction.

Winnebago County

Rockford to 27 0020CST

Roscoe 0030CST

Widespread tree limbs down and power

outages.

Boone County

Countywide 27 0050CST

01000ST

Widespread reports of tree limbs and

power lines down throughout the

county. A tree fell on a trailer

causing 1 injury.

Mchenry County

Countywide 27 0058CST

0115CST

Widespread reports of large tree

limbs and power lines down.

Kane County

Sleepy Hollow 27 0115CST

0130CST

Tree limbs and power lines were down

around Sleepy Hollow.

Lake County

Countywide 27 0115CST

0130CST

Widespread reports of tree limbs and

power lines down in and around the

cities of Fox Lake, Round Lake,

Wadsworth and Lindenhurst.

Will County

Joliet 27 02000ST

0215CST

A 12 inch diameter tree limb was

knocked down.

Du Page County

Downers Grove 27 0215CST

0230CST

A few large trees were uprooted or

snapped at the base and limbs were

down in an area about 5 blocks long

and 1 block wide, centered around

Belmont Ave. and 60th St. During the

early morning hours of August 27, a

cold front extended from central

Wisconsin through central Iowa. By

12:00:00 AM CST, a line of

thunderstorms that had formed earlier

in the evening had moved into northern

Illinois. Strong wind gusts associated

with this line of storms produced

widespread damage to trees and

powerlines as it tracked eastward

through the northern tier counties.

Livingston County

Dwight 28 0051CST

0100CST

Many trees and power lines were down

throughout the city of Dwight.

Grundy County

Central Portion 28 0100CST

0140CST

Many trees, tree limbs and power lines

were reported down in the area from 2

miles northeast of Morris to Mazon.

Mchenry County

Countywide 28 01000ST

0145CST

Numerous reports of tree and power

line damage, particularly over eastern

portions of the county.

A downed power line set fire to a tree

at Rt. 31 and Maple Ave. in McHenry.

McCullom Lake Rd. in Johnsburg was

closed due to debris in road. A tree

with a gas like tangled in roots was

knocked down and caused a gas leak.

Over 100 trees were knocked down in

Wonder Lake. Woodstock St. in Huntley

was closed due to a downed tree.

Several streets were closed in Alden

Twp. due to downed trees. Lightning

set fire to a garage on Riverside Dr.

in Crystal Lake, destroying a vehicle.

The roof was torn off a barn on

Barnyard Mill Rd. near Wonder Lake.

Bleachers were damaged at

Richmond-Burton High School.

ILLINOIS, Northeast

Cook County

Evanston 28 0130CST

A house was struck by lightning on

Monroe St. causing a gas line to

explode.

Grundy County

3 N Morris 28 0139CST

0445CST

6 to 8 inches of running water was

reported on Rt. 47 in Morris and on

Airport Rd, 3 miles north of Morris.

Kendall County

Lisbon 28 0155CST

02000ST

Will County

Romeoville to 28 0155CST

Crest Hill 0215CST

Several reports of wind damage were

observed from Romeoville, through

Plainfield to Crest Hill. In

particular, large tree limbs were

reported down at Rt. 59 and Black Rd.

in Plainfield.

ILZ014-019-022 Cook – La Salle – Will

28 0210CST

0710CST

Widespread street flooding was

observed in the “Wrigleyville” area of

Chicago. A trained spotter reported

2.75 inches of rainfall in a short

period of time. Also, 4 feet of

standing water and basement flooding

was observed in the Avondale

neighborhood of Chicago and Interstate

80 at Torrence Ave. in Lansing, was

shut down due to flooding.

La Salle County

Marseilles 28 0215CST

0230CST

Trees were blown down on Rt. 6, near

Marseilles.

Du Page County

Willowbrook 28 0230CST

0530CST

A creek was flowing over the streets

near Midway Rd. and 83rd St. in the

southwest side of Willowbrook. Also,

Rt. 355 at 75th St. in Woodridge was

shut down due to flooding. During the

early morning hours of August 28, a

stationary front was draped over the

southern tip of Lake Michigan and

northern Illinois. Shortly after

midnight, showers and thunderstorms

had developed over northeastern Iowa

and spread eastward into northern

Illinois. These storms produced

widespread wind damage which was

confined to locations generally along

and north of Interstate 80, however,

most of the damage was concentrated in

McHenry County.

ILLINOIS, Northwest

Carroll County

Marcus to 03 19000ST

Ms Pallisades Sp 1910CST

Bookend vorticy of squall line left

Jackson County Iowa and entered

Carroll County Illinois around 1900

CST (0100 UTC) near Marcus. Only

damage reports received were that of

large limbs down that took two people

to move on Illinois 84 during

1902-1907 CST. The location is

between 0.2 miles north northeast of

Marcus near the golf course to 0.4

miles east northeast of Marcus near

the northwest edge of Mississippi

Pallisades State Park. The sheriff

department indicated additional trees

down on Senic Ridge Road during

1904-1909 CST. The location is likely

between the Jo Daviess/Carroll county

line and the northeast edge of

Pallisades State Park. Although no

additional reports of severe winds

were received, KDVN 88D data suggests

the potential for additional wind

damage across the rest of Washington

township, and across Woodland into

Freedom townships to a development

around Lake Carroll.

Whiteside County

Countywide 03 1905CST

1955CST

Squall line left Clinton County Iowa

and entered Whiteside County Illinois

around 1900 CST (0100 UTC). Sporatic

damage consisting of mainly trees and

power lines down occurred across the

northern part of the county from near

Garden Plain, to Morrison, to north

of Sterling. Trees were reported down

on Elston Road during 1902-1907 CST.

The exact location is not known but

the likely area is between Fulton and

Garden Plain with the immediate

Garden Plain area being most

probable. The KCWI AWOS reported 44

knots (51 mph) during 1845-1855 CST

in Clinton County Iowa. Considerable

damage occurred during 1915-1920 CST

along Norrish Road, Hazel Road, and

the intersection of Bishop and Holly

Roads immediately to the north and

east of Morrison. A large number of

trees were downed along with power

lines. The KDVN 88D showing a

considerable increase in wind speed

in this area to at least 60 knots

aloft. Additional tree and power line

damage occurred at the intersection

of Holly and Habben Roads during

1923-1928 CST and the intersection of

Flufs and Hoover Roads during

1944-1949 CST. The second location is

located several miles north of

Sterling. The KSQI AWOS south of

Sterling reported 41 knots (47 mph)

during 1945-1955 CST. Another area of

damage occurred in the Coleta area

during 1935-1942 CST with reports of

trees and power lines down.

ILLINOIS, Northwest

A squall line developed north of a

stationary front across Southern Iowa

into Northern Illinois in a near

tropical atmosphere. The squall line

moved east and bowed out as it moved

through Benton, Linn, and Jones

Counties in Iowa. Spotty severe wind

was reported in the northern parts of

Iowa and Johnson counties. A bookend

vorticy developed on the squall line

in Jones county and moved through

Jackson County Iowa and into northwest

Carroll County Illinois. Another small

bowing of the squall line occurred

across Whiteside County Illinois. The

storms in the squall line were

prolific lightning producers which

caused severe damage to a house in

Farmington, Iowa.

Warren County

Kirkwood 18 1701CST

1706CST

Henderson County

1 N Stronghurst 18

1726CST

1730CST

Henderson County

Stronghurst 18 1737CST

1740CST

Henderson County

4.7 N Biggsville 18 1757CST

1805CST

Jct of IL 164 and

Henderson County

2 WSW Gladstone to 18 1847CST

1.5 S Gladstone 1855CST

Trees down west of Gladstone to south

of Gladstone Thunderstorms developed

north of a warm front in a near

tropicald atmosphere across Southern

Iowa into Central Illinois. The storms

organized into a squall line that

bowed out across Southeast Iowa and

West Central Illinois causing

considerable wind damage. Ahead of the

squal line, scattered severe storms

occurred.

Hancock County

Fountain Green 25 1319CST

1322CST

An upper level disturbance combined

with a low level jet and a moist to

near tropical atmosphere and allowed

two separate mesoscale convective

complexes to develop north of a warm

front that was located over Missouri.

The first convective complex produced

an isolated hail report over West

Central Illinois while the second

complex produced an isolated severe

wind report in Southeast Iowa.

Hancock County

5.6 SE Carthage 27 0055CST

0105CST

Sustained winds of 35 knots (40 mph)

to over 43 knots (50 mph). Storms

developed in a moist to near tropical

atmosphere along a warm front from

Dubuque, Iowa to Falls City, Nebraska,

and ahead of a cold front in western

Iowa. A strong low level jet

continuously feed moist air into the

storms resulting in copious amounts

of rain in very short time periods

across Eastern Iowa and West Central

Illinois. The additional shear

provided by the warm front allowed 3

tornadoes to develop. As the night

progressed, the warm front stalled

along the Iowa/Missouri border and

became a focus for thunderstorms to

train along with very heavy rainfall.

ILZ034>035 Hancock – Mcdonough

27 1648CST

28 0918CST

Heavy rain of 2 to 3 inches from the

24th to the 28th of August resulted in

isolated river flooding across Eastern

Iowa, West Central Illinois, and far

Northeast Missouri. Rivers that were

affected were parts of the Iowa, La

Moine, and Fox. The only area

affected by the flooding was farmland.

Hancock County

5.6 SE Carthage 28 0055CST

0105CST

Sustained winds of 35 knots (40 mph)

occasionally over 43 knots (50 mph).

Storms developed in a moist to near

tropical atmosphere along a warm front

from Dubuque, Iowa to Falls City,

Nebraska, and ahead of a cold front in

western Iowa. A strong low level jet

continuously feed moist air into the

storms resulting in copious amounts of

rain in very short time periods across

Eastern Iowa and West Central

Illinois. The additional shear

provided by the warm front allowed 3

tornadoes to develop. As the night

progressed, the warm front stalled

along the Iowa/Missouri border

providing a focus for thunderstorms

to train over the same area and

produce very heavy rain.

ILLINOIS, South

Franklin County

Ewing 24 1530CST

A few trees were toppled, and a

portable carport was blown over.

ILLINOIS, South

Jefferson County

Countywide 26 0200CST

0645CST

At the Mount Vernon airport,

thunderstorms produced 2.75 inches of

rain. Radar rainfall estimates were

over four inches across a swath of far

northern Jefferson County. In Mount

Vernon, city crews posted several

flooding signs on streets on the

north side of tow

Edwards County

Countywide 26 03000ST

0645CST

Bon Pas Creek near Browns rose nearly

20 feet. Illinois Route 1 was under

water at the Bon Pas Creek bridge.

Other roads were under water near

Browns. Numerous roads were under

from 6 to 12 inches deep. Some roads

were closed. Two vehicles were

stranded in high water south of Bone

Gap.

Wabash County

Countywide 26 03000ST

0645CST

Several feet of water covered

low-lying areas on some roads near

Bellmont and Keensburg. School busses

had difficulty getting through rural

areas. Route 1 was covered with water

in south parts of the county.

Wayne County

2 S Fairfield 26 03000ST

0645CST

A section of U.S. Highway 45 just

south of Fairfield was flooded and

causing traffic problems.

White County

Countywide 26 0520CST

0650CST

Major flooding of creeks and roads

occurred. Numerous roads were under

water, and several rural roads were

closed. Half of the First Street

bridge was washed out in Gravyville.

Owl Creek in Grayville was way out of

its banks, sending a foot of water

over a road. The village of Crossville

experienced widespread flooding.

Several blocks of two streets along

Elliott Creek were totally under

water. Many Crossville residents were

unable to leave their homes due to

flooding. Illinois Route 1 was closed

at the viaduct in Crossville due to

high water. A vehicle stalled out in

the water, causing one lane to be

closed. A nearly stationary area of

thunderstorms produced 5 to 7 inches

of rain extending from parts of the

Lower Wabash Valley west to the Mount

Vernon area. Specific rainfall amounts

included: 7.45 inches at Grayville,

6.75 inches at Albion, 6.03 inches at

Fairfield, 7 inches at Bellmont, 5.48

inches at Cisne, 5.30 inches at Dix,

4.03 inches at Mount Carmel, and 3.15

inches at Mount Vernon. Many roads

were under water.

ILZ083 White

28 13000ST

31 2359CST

The Little Wabash River rose above

flood stage after two rounds of

intense thunderstorms on the 26th and

28th. At Carmi, where flood stage is

27 feet, the river crested at 29.2

feet late in the evening of the 28th.

The flooding was minor, consisting

mostly of inundated lowlands and

county roads.

White County

Carmi 28 1305CST

White County

Carmi 28 1305CST

Dozens of trees and hundreds of

branches were blown down, including

some that fell on homes and power

lines. Power was out to virtually the

entire city of Carmi at one time or

another during or after the storm.

Trees blocked traffic on about a dozen

streets, and at least one car was

damaged by a falling tree. There was

a report of a double-wide mobile home

being blown off its foundation. The

problems of downed electric lines and

poles were complicated by extensive

flash flooding, which slowed the

response of repair crews. A number of

live wires landed in floodwaters.

Power was restored to most residents

of the city within 24 hours.

Perry County

Du Quoin 28 1440CST

Some medium size trees were blown down

near DuQuoin Lake

ILLINOIS, South

White County

Carmi 28 1342CST

1630CST

A total of 7.85 inches of rain was

measured by the co-operative observer

at Carmi during the afternoon, mostly

during a three-hour period. Parts of

dozens of streets were impassable or

inaccessible during and after the

storm. The water was slow to recede,

and many streets were blocked off,

including the two state highways

through town. Water up to three feet

deep filled many basements and invaded

the first floors of some homes. Water

was knee-deep in one home, and at

least five feet deep in the basement

of another home. Water inundated the

parking lot of a convenience store,

and the occupants of the store were

evacuated by a backhoe. Many

businesses were closed. Occupants of a

mobile home were evacuated, and a

basement wall collapsed at a home on

Webb Street. Vehicles were swamped,

including some cars that stalled while

trying to pass through deep water on

Main Street. The high water made it

difficult or impossible for utility

crews and emergency workers to respond

to power lines downed by high winds in

the storms.

Perry County

Du Quoin 28 1410CST

1600CST

High water was reported over roads

around Lake DuQuoin.

Jefferson County

2 E Mt Vernon 28 1445CST

1700CST

Road flooding occurred, which caused

an accident.

Wayne County

Fairfield 28 1504CST

1715CST

Several vehicles were stranded in

floodwaters on city streets.

Jackson County

6 WNW Murphysboro 28 1538CST

1730CST

Illinois Route 3 was impassable in

about a dozen locations between Route

149 and the Randolph County line due

to flooding. On Illinois Route 151, a

motorist hydroplaned and lost control

of the vehicle, which landed in a

flooded ditch. The victim was able to

climb from the car before it became

submerged in the ditch.

Franklin County

Countywide 28 1540CST

1700CST

Route 14 was flooded near the Hamilton

County border. Flooding was reported

on Route 149 west of West Frankfort.

Hamilton County

Mc Leansboro 28 1540CST

17000ST

Flooded streets were reported in

downtown Mcleansboro. A couple of feet

of water covered Route 14. Slow-moving

thunderstorms with torrential rain

developed over southern Illinois

during the heat of the afternoon. The

storms were most concentrated north of

a line from Carbondale to the mouth of

the mouth of the Wabash River. The

storms formed in a very moist

atmosphere ahead of a weak upper-level

disturbance moving northeast from

Arkansas.

ILLINOIS, Southwest

Marion County

Odin 19 1530CST

Marion County

2 E Sandoval 19 1650CST

Thunderstorm winds downed numerous

trees and large branches in Odin.

Several homes and garages suffered

roof damage from the downed trees.

Local law enforcement reported trees

and power lines down cast of Sandoval.

St. Clair County

4 S St Libory 19 1530CST

Thunderstorm winds blew the roof off

a large barn on Lenzburg East Road.

The entire roof was blown off and all

the interior walls blown down. The

debris blew across a road downing

several power lines.

St. Clair County

4 N Marissa 19 1545CST

Local law enforcement reported trees,

power lines down and a machine shed

damaged.

Marion County

3 E Centralia 19 1622CST

Marion County

Centralia 19 1625CST

Storm spotters reported 3/4 inch hail

east of Centralia. In Centralia,

thunderstorm winds downed some trees,

large limbs and power

lines. A tree was reported on a house

in the 500 block of West Seventh Street

and a tree was reported on fire from

downed power lines near the

intersection of South Perine Avenue and

Magnolia Drive. Power lines were down

along West Broadway in front of and in

Fairview Park Plaza Shopping Center and

in the 1200 block of East Third Street.

Clinton County

4 E Hoffman 19 1655CST

Local law enforcement reported some

trees down cast of Hoffman.

Madison County

Alton 24 1315CST 1.2 50

1317CST

A small tornado caused a 1 1/4 mile

damage path in northeast Alton. Trees

were downed at a golf course and a shoe

store suffered roof damage.

Madison County

Alton 24 1315CST

Lightning hit an electric substation

knocking out power to about 12,000

Alton residents.

Madison County

Godfrey 24 1340CST

Amateur radio spotters reported small

trees and large tree branches down.

Adams County

Countywide 25 1330CST

1630CST

Brown County

Countywide 25 1330CST

1630CST

Pike County

Countywide 25 1330CST

1630CST

Rainfall up to 5 inches caused flash

flooding across west central Illinois.

Numerous county roads were flooded and

damaged by the runoff. Streets in

Quincy were reported flooded for up to

4 hours.

Greene County

1 SW White Hall 25 1555CST

A storm spotter reported a funnel cloud

southwest of White Hall.

Madison County

2 N Troy 25 1616CST

Amateur radio spotters reported 6 to 8

inch diameter tree limbs down which

also took down some power lines.

Jersey County

Elsah 25 1648CST

Storm spotters reported 16 to 18 inch

diameter tree limbs down. The limbs

also took some power lines down.

Madison County

Godfrey 25 1710CST

Amateur radio spotters reported roof

damage to a storage building.

Macoupin County

10 SSW Carlinville 25 1720CST

Macoupin County

9 S Carlinville 25 1725CST

Local emergency management personnel

reported about 10 trees damaged at a

home south southwest of Carlinville.

Some were pushed over and others had

large branches broken. South of

Carlinville, soy beans in a field were

pushed over by the wind.

Montgomery County

Raymond 25 1745CST

Thunderstorm wind gusts downed several

trees and power lines across town.

Virtually the entire town was without

power for about two hours. At least 8

homes had trees or large limbs fall on

the roofs.

Madison County

(Aln)Stl Rgnl Arpt A 25 1805CST

Amateur radio spotters reported a 400

foot section of an airplane hanger

damaged by thunderstorm wind gusts.

Fayette County

Countywide 26 0330CST

0700CST

Marion County

Countywide 26 0330CST

0700CST

Overnight rain of 2 to 4 inches caused

flash flooding across Fayette and

Marion County. Highway 37 was reported

flooded in Fayette County. Many rural

roads south of Salem in Marion County

became impassable.

Adams County

Countywide 27 2030CST

28 0500CST

Brown County

Countywide 27 2030CST

28 0500CST

Another evening of heavy rain caused

flash flooding across parts of West

Central Illinois. Some areas received

almost 10 inches of rain in 3 days.

Numerous county roads were flooded and

damaged by runoff. Some roads in the

Quincy area were underwater and

impassable for most of the night of

the 27th.

INDIANA, Central

Hamilton County

Fishers 04 0830EST

Lightning struck and ignited a home in

Fishers while the owners were away.

Damage estimates were unavailable.

Monroe County

5 WNW Bloomington 04 1016EST 0.1 10

1017EST

A very small and brief tornado touched

down from a thunderstorm near

Bloomington, causing damage to several

trees in the backyard of a residence.

No one was injured, and no other

significant damage was reported.

Decatur County

Greensburg 04 1124EST

Lightning struck the communications

tower at the Decatur County Sheriff’s

Department, damaging the fire repeater

and radio console.

A few strong thunderstorms moved

through central Indiana on the morning

of 4 August, 2004. A brief tornado was

the only severe event reported from

these thunderstorms, however lightning

strikes caused some damage as well.

Carroll County

2 W Camden 18 0900EST

Trees were downed at a residence.

Owen County

Spencer 18 1908EST

1909EST

Monroe County

2 E Ellettsville 18 1930EST

Several trees were downed by wind

gusts.

Owen County

2 N Spencer 18 2000EST

Several trees and power lines were

downed on county highways.

Monroe County

12 S Bloomington 18 2057EST

2058EST

Monroe County

Bloomington 18 2058EST

Trees were downed in several locations

across Bloomington, including one that

crushed a car and another that fell on

a barn.

Damage amounts were estimated.

A round of severe thunderstorms moved

across mainly southern portions of

central Indiana on 18 August 2004.

Wind damage and hail occurred in some

areas.

Randolph County

3 SE Modoc 19 1630EST

2140EST

Greene County

Bloomfield 19 2047EST

Several trees and power lines were

downed in Bloomfield.

Lawrence County

3 E Bedford 19 2205EST

Trees were downed near Bedford.

A few strong to severe thunderstorms

moved across central Indiana on 19

August 2004.

Clay County

Coalmont 24 1747EST

Trees were downed in Coalmont.

Sullivan County

Sullivan 24 1800EST

2000EST

High water was reported over several

roads in Sullivan.

Owen County

Freedom 24 1900EST

Trees were blown down.

Marion County

Lawrence 24 2007EST

A large tree fell along with several

power lines and a power pole. Three

mobile homes were damaged by the

falling tree and pole.

Damage amounts were estimated.

A few strong to severe thunderstorms

with heavy rain moved through central

Indiana on the evening of 24 August

2004.

Jackson County

Brownstown 28 1600EST

1800EST

Street flooding was reported in

Brownstown.

Jennings County

Countywide 28 1600EST

1800EST

Several county roads were reported to

be under water.

Carroll County

Flora 28 2000EST

2200EST

The Carroll County Sheriff reported

very high water on at least two roads

in Flora. Thunderstorms containing

heavy rain moved across much of central

Indiana on the afternoon and evening of

28 August 2004. Flash flooding occurred

in a few areas.

INZ021 Carroll

29 0930EST

30 0645EST

Heavy rain late in the month caused

minor flooding across basins in

northwest portions of central Indiana.

At Delphi, the Tippecanoe River crested

at 8.65 feet, or less than a foot above

flood stage, at 2:00 PM Eastern

Standard Time on 29 August.

INZ029-035 Tippecanoe–Fountain

29 1200EST

31 2359EST

Heavy rain near the end of the month

caused flooding across northwest

portions of central Indiana. The

flooding was very minor, and was mostly

a nuisance to agricultural interests

along the rivers. The Wabash River

flooded from Lafayette to Montezuma.

The crest at Lafayette was near 14

feet, and occurred at 8:00 AM Eastern

Standard Time on 30 August. The crest

at Covington was 17.43 feet, and

occurred around 6:00 AM Eastern

Standard Time on 31 August. The crest

at Montezuma was 14.37 feet, or less

than one foot above flood stage, and

occurred at 8:00 PM Eastern Standard

Time on 31 August.

INDIANA, Northeast

La Porte County

La Porte 03 2335EST

Law enforcement reported power lines

and numerous trees down in La Porte.

Pulaski County

Winamac 03 2340EST

Law enforcement reported trees down in

and around Winamac.

Starke County

5 SSE Knox 03 2340EST

Law enforcement reported trees down

near Bass Lake.

Fulton County

6 N Rochester 03 2350EST

Law enforcement reported trees and a

few power lines down north of

Rochester.

Marshall County

2 SE Culver 03 2355EST

Law enforcement reported trees down

southeast of Culver and also near

Inwood.

Marshall County

Plymouth 04 0005EST

Law enforcement reported trees down

in Plymouth.

St. Joseph County

Granger 04 0013EST

Law enforcement reported a large tree

down on a garage in Granger.

Elkhart County

Elkhart 04 0030EST

Amateur radio reported some windows

blown out and power lines down in

Elkhart.

La Porte County

Michigan City 09 1825EST

Great Lakes Environmental Research

Laboratory observing sight at Michigan

City recorded a wind gust to 65 MPH.

St. Joseph County

3 N South Bend 09 1929EST

St. Joseph County

3 N South Bend 09 1934EST

Amateur radio reported wind gusts

between 60 and 70 MPH just north of the

Indiana Toll Road north of South Bend.

St. Joseph County

1 S South Bend 09 1935EST

St. Joseph County

Mishawaka 09 1940EST

Local television reported several very

large trees down in Mishawaka with

winds estimated between 70 and 80 MPH.

St. Joseph County

South Bend 09 1944EST

Elkhart County

Goshen 09 2030EST

Emergency manager reported several

trees down in Goshen.

Pulaski County

3 NE Francesville 17 1804EST

La Porte County

Michigan City 17 1805EST

La Porte County

Michigan City 17 1805EST

U.S. Coast Guard reported a measured

wind gust to 68 MPH at the Michigan

City Light House.

La Porte County

La Porte 17 1850EST

La Porte County

4 SE Westville 25 1535EST

Emergency management reported trees

down near Westville.

St. Joseph County

Mishawaka 25 1625EST

Law enforcement reported trees down

in Mishawaka.

Fulton County

Rochester 25 1630EST

Emergency management reported trees

down in Rochester.

Elkhart County

4 NW Elkhart 25 1635EST

Amateur radio reported trees down

northwest of Elkhart.

White County

Monticello 28 0100EST

0300EST

Law enforcement reported flash flooding

with many streets flooded and

impassible in Monticello.

White County

Monticello 28 1955EST

2155EST

Law enforcement reported flash flooding

with widespread street flooding with

many locations impassible in Monticello.

White County

Monticello 28 2030EST

2230EST

Emergency management reported flash

flooding with a motor home stranded in

water and surrounding streets flooded

in Monticello.

White County

Monticello 28 2230EST

29 0030EST

Emergency management reported flash

flooding with water in homes on the

north side of Monticello.

INDIANA, Northwest

Lake County

Countywide 03 2154CST

2215CST

Power lines were reported to be down

throughout the county by emergency

management. Large tree limbs were

reported down in Hobart. A 52 kt wind

gust was estimated by a trained spotter

in Munster.

Porter County

Countywide 03 2200CST

2230CST

Large trees were reported down

throughout northern portions of Porter

County.

Jasper County

Wheatfield 03 2215CST

Power lines were reported down.

In the evening of August 3, a

stationary frontal boundary was set up

across the Michigan-Indiana border, the

southern tip of Lake Michigan and the

Illinois-Wisonsin border. A warm, humid

airmass was present south of the front.

Lines of thunderstorms developed in the

early evening over northern Iowa and

moved rapidly southeastward. By 6:30 PM

CST, lines of strong thunderstorms

crossed the Mississippi River into

northwestern Illinois. These lines for

storms swept quickly eastward across

northern Illinois and southern Lake

Michigan and entered northwestern

Indiana by around 10:00 PM CST. The

primary threat from these storms was

strong winds, with gusts around 50 kts

causing damage to trees and powerlines.

Jasper County

4 SE Wheatfield 09 1925CST

Numerous large tree limbs down at the

Jasper-Pulaski Fish and Wildlife area.

Jasper County

Remington 26 0430CST

A business was struck by lightning and

suffered fire and smoke damage.

Lake County

Hammond 28 01000ST

0130CST

Tree limbs and power lines were knocked

down.

INZ001-010 Lake–Newton

28 0400CST

2245CST

High water was reported on Interstate

80 in Hammond.

INDIANA, South Central

NONE REPORTED.

INDIANA, Southeast

Dearborn County

Lawrenceburg 04 1050EST

1054EST

A couple of trees were downed.

INDIANA, Southwest

Gibson County

South Portion 26 0325CST

0640CST

Water was over roads due to a

procession of thunderstorms across the

county. Coal Mine Road was closed

between Highway 41 and Highway 168. A

total of 4.90 inches fell at Princeton.

An off-duty National Weather Service

employee measured about 3 inches in

Oakland City.

INDIANA, Southwest

Posey County

Countywide 26 0520CST

0645CST

Water was more than two feet deep over

some roads. Big Creek near Wadesville

rose 16.5 feet in 15 hours, overflowing

onto roads. Two county roads were closed

where they crossed the creek. One person

was rescued after his truck stalled out

in high water. The rainfall at

Poseyville was 4.95 inches.

Vanderburgh County

North Portion 26 0530CST

0655CST

A couple of cars were reportedly swept

into a ditch on the northwest side of

Evansville. Many roads had standing

water on them, contributing to accidents

during the early morning commute.

Portions of two roads on the west side

of Evansville were closed. An observer

in McCutchanville measured 3.14 inches.

Multiple reports of 3 to 5 inches of

rain were received from Evansville north

and west. Numerous roads were under

water as thunderstorms remained

stationary over the area.

Gibson County

Owensville to 28 1253CST

Oakland City

Trees were blown down.

Gibson County

Francisco 28 1300CST

1510CST

High water was reported on low-lying

roads.

Vanderburgh County

Stacer 28 1315CST

Thunderstorm winds caused damage along

and just south of the Gibson County

line. The winds knocked down the Indiana

Indiana State Police communications

tower and toppled eight to ten utility

poles. The metal communications tower,

which was 300 feet high, was located

behind the state police post on U.S.

Highway 41 near Interstate 64. The

utility poles were knocked down from

Stacer Road north almost to Interstate

64. Traffic was backed up for about a

mile on U.S. 41 after a power line fell

on a truck. The driver was not injured.

IOWA, Central

Boone County

Boone 01 0046CST

Boone County

2 W Boone 01 0048CST

Boone County

4 ESE Boone 01 0053CST

Polk County

Des Moines 01 0135CST

A broad northwest flow was in place

over Iowa with a very unstable airmass

over northwest Iowa and adjacent areas

northwest. Lifted indices were in the

-6 to -8 C. range over far northwest

Iowa by the late afternoon and early

evening hours. Thunderstorms erupted in

northwest Iowa and became an east to

west line rather quickly. As the

situation evolved, the line began to bow

to the south. Strong to severe winds

resulted, sweeping south from Calhoun

County into the central counties. The

storms weakened after that point. Though

the radar presentation was very

impressive, wind speeds were generally

around 60 MPH with the stronger storms.

There were a few reports of hail with

the largest being nickle size in Boone

and Polk County. This event is the

continuation of the event on 31 July.

Decatur County

Decatur City 01 0827CST

A scattered area of thunderstorms

developed over Iowa during the early

morning hours. For the most part the

storms were well below severe levels.

One storm did become severe in south

central Iowa in Decatur County. Nickle

size hail was recorded in Decatur City.

Cass County

Atlantic 01 1303CST

Ringgold County

2 S Mt Ayr 01 1445CST

Ringgold County

6 N Mt Ayr 01 1447CST

Waves of convection continued to form

over Iowa. A short wave moved across the

Dakotas and Nebraska during the

afternoon and resulted in thunderstorm

development in western Iowa. The storms

were along the east edge of the upper

level cap. At 1800 UTC, Omaha recorded a

700 mb temperature of +12 C. Most of the

thunderstorms remained below severe

levels with pea to marble size hail and

gusty winds. A few storms became severe

over southwest Iowa. Golf ball size hail

fell in Cass County at Atlantic. One

inch diameter hail was recorded in

Ringgold County south of Mount Ayr.

Wapello County

Ottumwa Arpt 02 0648CST

Iowa remained in a broad northwest flow

and was located on the edge of the mid

level cap. Thunderstorms again developed

over South Dakota during the night as a

short wave trough rotated around the

cap and upper level high pressure area.

The storms moved southeast across Iowa

during the early morning hours and

produced strong winds and some small

hail. There were numerous reports of

tree limb damage. The airport at Ottumwa

recorded a 60 MPH wind gust with the

passage of the thunderstorm line.

Greene County

4 WNW Churdan 03 0031CST

Greene County

3 N Churdan 03 0106CST

Greene County

2 W Paton 03 0147CST

Greene County

2 NE Grand Jet 03 0205CST

Calhoun County

4 S Farnhamville 03 0220CST

Boone County

Ogden 03 0230CST

Polk County

Johnston 03 0302CST

Polk County

West Des Moines 03 0311CST

Polk County

Altoona 03 0330CST

Boone County

5 W Boone 03 0338CST

Polk County

Runnells 03 0345CST

Marion County

Pleasantville 03 0410CST

Marion County

Knoxville 03 0420CST

Marion County

Knoxville 03 0421CST

Marion County

Knoxville Arpt 03 0421CST

Davis County

5 W Drakesville 03 0542CST

Wapello County

Ottumwa 03 0545CST

Wapello County

3 S Ottumwa 03 06000ST

Iowa remained in a northwest flow with

numerous short waves embedded in the

flow. A mid level cap was in place over

southwest Iowa and areas southwest,

limiting the formation of thunderstorms.

The airmass was very unstable with

lifted indices in the -12 C. range and

CAPE values between 5000 and 6000 J/kg.

Surface dew point readings were in the

mid 70s well into the night.

Thunderstorms erupted over northwest

Iowa during the early morning hours.

They became severe quite quickly and

tracked southeast across the state. The

storms produced hail of up to golf ball

size in Greene County as well as Boone

County. As the storms progressed

southeast, they began to become wind

producers. Wind gusts around 60 MPH were

reported in parts of central and

southeast Iowa with spotty tree and

power line damage occurring.

Winnebago County

Scarville 03 1400CST

Calhoun County

Rockwell City 03 1430CST

Calhoun County

Rockwell City 03 1430CST

Webster County

Callender 03 1449CST

Greene County

Churdan 03 1503CST

Franklin County

Bradford 03 1510CST

Greene County

Churdan 03 1510CST

Greene County

Dana 03 1515CST

Hardin County

Iowa Falls 03 1518CST

Franklin County

7 S Hampton 03 1520CST

Hardin County

Iowa Falls 03 1524CST

Boone County

Pilot Mound 03 1530CST

Franklin County

10 S Hampton 03 1535CST

Boone County

Boone Muni Arpt 03 1540CST

Story County

1 NW Zearing 03 1540CST

Hamilton County

4 E Randall 03 1543CST

Hardin County

Radcliffe 03 1547CST

Hardin County

Eldora 03 1550CST

Story County

Roland 03 1550CST

Boone County

Pilot Mound 03 1551CST

Hardin County

8 SW Hubbard to 03 1553CST 0.7 50

6 S Radcliffe 1555CST

Brief touchdown in open fields for the

most part. Moved a camper and caused

some damage to outbuildings and a house

south of Radcliffe.

Story County

Mc Callsburg 03 1555CST

Boone County

Boone 03 1600CST

Story County

15 E Story City 03 1600CST

Story County

1.5 NNE Zearing to 03 1600CST 3 100

1.5 ENE Zearing 1606CST

Tornado tracked across fields northeast

of Zearing and damaged buildings and

crops.

Marshall County

State Center 03 1605CST

Grundy County

5 E Wellsburg 03 1610CST

Grundy County

Wellsburg 03 1610CST

Story County

2 W Kelley 03 1615CST

Boone County

Boone 03 1617CST

Marshall County

Albion to 03 1620CST 5 100

5 E Albion 1630CST

Tornado touched down near Albion and

tracked into notheast Marshall County.

Tree and structural damage was reported

along the path.

Marshall County

Marshalltown 03 1627CST

Marshall County

Albion 03 1630CST

Marshall County

Liscomb 03 1630CST

Marshall County

Marshalltown 03 1630CST

Grundy County

Dike 03 1637CST

Story County

Maxwell 03 1639CST

Black Hawk County

Cedar Falls 03 1640CST

Carroll County

5 E Carroll 03 1640CST

1643CST

Marshall County

Albion 03 1640CST

Black Hawk County

Waterloo 03 1700CST

Tama County

5 S Montour 03 1700CST

Black Hawk County

10 S Waterloo 03 1702CST

Tama County

Toledo 03 1710CST

Audubon County

1 W Audubon 03 1803CST

Audubon County

Audubon 03 1833CST

Franklin County

6 SSW Hampton 03 1840CST

Guthrie County

10 W Guthrie Center 03 1845CST

Dallas County

5 E De Soto 03 1900CST

Hardin County

Iowa Falls 03 1900CST

Cass County

Griswold 03 1910CST

Warren County

Indianola 03 1930CST

2230CST

Dallas County

5 E De Soto 03 1945CST

2330CST

Warren County

4 N Milo 03 1945CST

Marion County

Knoxville 03 2024CST

Marion County

Pella 03 2030CST

Lucas County

Williamson 03 2040CST

Mahaska County

Oskaloosa 03 2100CST

Adams County

Corning 03 2105CST

Taylor County

4 N New Market 03 2120CST

Decatur County

4 S Garden Grove 03 2155CST

Decatur County

3 S Davis City 03 2200CST

Wayne County

Clio 03 2215CST

Wayne County

Corydon 03 2230CST

Decatur County

2 SE Garden Grove 04 0030CST

0330CST

A very unstable airmass was over Iowa

during the afternoon of the 3rd. A cold

front sank into northern Iowa during the

afternoon. Numerous outflow boundaries

were located over the state from

previous convection as well.

Temperatures rose into the mid 80s to

low 90s, while dew point readings

soared into the upper 70s to low 80s.

By late afternoon, lifted indices were

around -15 C., with CAPE values in the

6000 to 8000 J/kg range. During the day,

a strong MCS tracked east across

southern Minnesota. Thunderstorms

developed to the southwest of the MCS as

it passed and it’s outflow boundary

interacted with the unstable airmass.

Thunderstorms erupted very quickly

during the late afternoon and evening

hours. The main mode of severe weather

from the storms was in the form of high

winds. Winds gusted to between 60 and 80

MPH in several locations. Strong

straight line winds blasted the south

half of Marshall County, causing

considerable damage in the Marshalltown

area as well as areas to the south.

There were spotty reports of hail with

the system. Freezing levels being around

15000 feet AGL helped to limit hail

size. The largest reports were of golf

ball size hail, though most of the hail

was in inch or less in diameter. There

were a few tornadoes during the late

afternoon. One tornado touched down

briefly in Hardin County. Though it

tracked through rural areas, it did

cause some structural damage to

outbuildings and a house south of

Radcliffe. One of the stronger tornadoes

of the day touched down near Albion in

Marshall County. The tornado was on the

ground for several miles. Fortunately,

it traveled through rural areas and

resulted in little damage. High winds

around the supercell associated with the

tornado caused much more damage in the

form of straight line winds. Another

tornado touched down in Story County

northeast of Zearing. The tornado

tracked southeast along its 3 mile long

damage path. The path was about 100

yards wide. Thirty to forty trees were

damaged or destroyed and one outbuilding

was destroyed. Several head of livestock

were killed with the outbuilding was

destroyed. There was also significant

crop damage along the path of the storm.

High winds also caused damage in

Franklin County in the Bradford area.

Two grain bins were destroyed by the

high winds. Flash flooding became an

issue by the evening. Very heavy

rainfall fell in areas that had received

significant rainfall during the previous

48 hours. Rainfall of 2 to 4 inches in

less than three hours caused flash

flooding in Dallas, Warren, and Decatur

Counties. As the thunderstorms moved

through Iowa Falls, lightning struck the

Police dispatch office, blowing out all

of the switching equipment in the

building. Lightning struck a house in

Pella during the evening. It caused

damage throughout the house as all of

the wiring in the house was destroyed by

the surge of electricity. Several

appliances were also destroyed by the

strike. Another house was struck by

lightning in Wayne County in Corydon.

The house was set on fire, totally

destroying the top story of a two story

home. In Mahaska County, lightning

struck a house in Oskaloosa. The house

was started on fire. The people in the

house escaped, however the family dog

was seen by firemen in the window of the

house. They were unable to reach her.

Amazingly, the dog found shelter in the

shower and firemen were able to rescue

her once the fire was extinguished. The

The dog was treated and released. Damage

to the house was limited to smoke and

water damage.

Calhoun County

Rinard 08 1400CST

Carroll County

Breda 08 1517CST

Carroll County

1 W Carroll 08 1525CST

Carroll County

Lidderdale 08 1555CST

Webster County

4 SW Gowrie 08 1600CST 0.1 25

Brief touchdown of landspout

in open field.

Worth County

5 E Joice 08 1602CST

Worth County

Kensett 08 1605CST

Greene County

5 NNW Dana 08 1613CST

Greene County

1 W Paton 08 1620CST

Greene County

5 NW Grand Jet 08 1650CST

Moist and unstable air streamed north

into Iowa ahead of an approaching cold

frontal system. The air mass was not

all that unstable for August with CAPE

values in the 2500 to 3000 J/kg range

and Lifted Indices approaching -7 C.

The system was very dynamic as an

unseasonably strong short wave dropped

southeast into the central U.S. In

fact, a closed low was present at 500

mb. A line of thunderstorms developed

ahead of the cold front as surface

temperatures rose into the low 80s,

with dew point readings in the upper

60s to low 70s. The main mode of

severe weather was hail with several

reports of hail from nickle to half

dollar size received. There was one

brief tornado touchdown. A landspout

formed southwest of Gowrie in Webster

County. The landspout touched down

briefly in farm fields there. There

was little to no damage with the

tornado however as it was very weak.

Franklin County

3 WSW Coulter 16 1700CST

Franklin County

Hampton 16 1710CST

Franklin County

Hampton 16 1714CST

1717CST

Franklin County

5 NW Ackley 16 1740CST

Franklin County

5 NW Ackley 16 1757CST

Franklin County

9 SE Bradford to 16 1810CST 0.5 40

9.5 SE Bradford 1812CST

Tornado touched down in farm fields

southeast of Bradford. Tornado then

crossed the county line into Hardin

County.

Hardin County

1 W Ackley 16 1812CST 0.1 40

Tornado moved from Franklin County

into northern Hardin County. It was

in open fields.

Hardin County

2 W Ackley to 16 1816CST 1.7 75

1 S Ackley 1820CST

Tornado touched down in farm fields

and remained in open country. It

caused little damage.

Hardin County

Ackley 16 1824CST

Grundy County

5 NW Wellsburg 16 1830CST

Butler County

Southwest Portion 16 1955CST

17 0045CST

Grundy County

Northwest Portion 16 1955CST

17 0045CST

Hardin County

Ackley 16 2000CST

Wright County

Down 16 2013CST

Franklin County

Popejoy 16 2028CST

Hardin County

Northeast Portion 16 2030CST

17 0045CST

Marshall County

2 SSW Clemons 16 2144CST

Marshall County

3 SE Rhodes 16 2249CST

Jasper County

4 E Baxter 16 2302CST

A weak cold front settled southeast

into Iowa during the evening hours.

The airmass ahead of the front was

marginally unstable with lifted

indices of -4 to -5 and CAPE values

in the 2000 to 3000 J/kg range.

Thunderstorms erupted over north

central into northeast Iowa initially.

Inflow to the thunderstorms was in the

15 to 30 kt range. Farther west,

inflow was under 10 KTS, which limited

thunderstorm development. Intense

thunderstorms formed over Franklin,

Butler, and Hardin Counties. One of

the storms produced tornadoes over

Franklin and Hardin Counties. One

tornado touched down in rural Franklin

County and crossed the border into

Hardin County. A second tornado

touched to the west and south of

Ackley in Hardin County. This tornado

also touched down in rural areas and

caused little damage. High winds swept

through Ackley as the storms moved

through. There were several reports of

hail of nickle to ping ball size. The

storms trained over Butler and Hardin

Counties. Rainfall of 2 to 4 inches in

a two to three hour period resulted in

flash flooding over southwest Butler,

northeast Grundy, and northeast Hardin

Counties. Later in the evening

thunderstorms formed along the outflow

of the convection in northeast Iowa.

Thunderstorms fired briefly along the

boundary and became severe, producing

three quarter to one inch diameter

hail.

Decatur County

5 N Leon 18 1640CST

Wayne County

Humeston 18 1648CST

Wapello County

Eddyville 18 1745CST

A strong cold front moved into

northwest Iowa during the day.

Ahead of the cold front, a weak

trough of low pressure advanced

east across the state. Dew points

ahead of the trough rose into the

low 70s. At the same time, an out

outflow boundary from convection

during the morning extended from

west central into southeast Iowa.

This boundary established a strong

thermal contrast with temperature

in the 70s northeast of the boundary

and the low 90s to the southwest.

Thunderstorms fired in southern Iowa

along the wind convergence line and

became strong quite quickly. Most

reports indicated heavy rain, small

hail and winds of 40 to 50 MPH. The

storms produced a 61 MPH wind gust in

the Humeston area of Wayne County at

a mesonet site. There were a few

reports of trees downed from Decatur

and Wapello County as well, but

overall damage was very spotty.

Dallas County

2 SW Dawson 23 1350CST

Guthrie County

3 E Yale 23 1355CST

Thunderstorms developed over central

Iowa. Most of them were not severe

and only produced 30 to 40 MPH winds

and some small hail. One storm became

severe over Dallas County. It produced

pea size hail with a few stones

reaching quarter size. A short time

later, another cell produced nickel

size hail in Guthrie County east of

Yale.

Taylor County

8 WSW Bedford Arpt 25 1042CST

Taylor County

Gravity 25 1050CST

Taylor County

4 N Bedford 25 1054CST

Taylor County

Lenox 25 1105CST

Ringgold County

9 N Mt Ayr 25 1123CST

Ringgold County

9 N Mt Ayr 25 1123CST

Adams County

5 NE Prescott 25 1130CST

Decatur County

Grand River 25 1150CST

Clarke County

1 E Osceola 25 1155CST

Marion County

10 S Knoxville 25 1220CST

Wapello County

Ottumwa 25 1244CST

Mahaska County

10 NW Oskaloosa 25 1255CST

Appanoose County

Moravia 25 1308CST

Monroe County

Albia 25 1308CST

Wapello County

Blakesburg 25 1326CST

Very moist and unstable air moved over

Iowa during the early morning of the

25th. A warm front was located to the

south of the state as a series of

strong upper level disturbances lifted

northeast across the central U.S. The

jet stream was unseasonably strong

with a jet of 100 kts lifting

northeast out of the southwest U.S.

The airmass was quite unstable with

lifted indices around -8 C., and CAPE

values of around 2500 J/kg. This set

the stage for a severe weather event

that was more driven by strong

dynamics then by further

destabilization of the atmosphere.

Thunderstorms moved into southwest

Iowa from eastern Nebraska during the

morning hours. The storms took on more

of a bow echo type configuration as

the raced east and northeast across

southwest and central Iowa at 45 to

55 kts. There were several reports

of high winds and tree damage as the

storms passed. A few of the stronger

storms produced hail with golf ball

size hail reported south of Mount Ayr

in Ringgold County.

Hancock County

Kanawha 26 1507CST

Humboldt County

Hardy 26 1510CST

Pocahontas County

10 E Pocahontas 26 1517CST

1518CST

Pocahontas County

7 E Pocahontas 26 1521CST

Hancock County

Kanawha 26 1527CST

Humboldt County

3 E Bradgate 26 1545CST

Hancock County

Kanawha 26 1600CST

Humboldt County

2 N Humboldt 26 1600CST

Humboldt County

2 N Humboldt 26 1600CST 0.5 50

Tornado touched down in open

fields north of Humboldt and

caused little damage.

Cerro Gordo County

5 SSW Ventura 26 1613CST

Crawford County

Kiron 26 1750CST

Sac County

5 S Odebolt 26 1757CST

Sac County

Odebolt 26 1758CST

Audubon County

Exira 26 1805CST

Sac County

3 S Lake View 26 1817CST

Boone County

5 SW Ogden 26 1821CST

Boone County

5 SW Ogden 26 1827CST

Taylor County

Gravity 26 1830CST

Taylor County

10 N Bedford 26 1834CST

Boone County

Ogden 26 1835CST

Boone County

Boone 26 1845CST

Boone County

Boone 26 1845CST

Boone County

Boone 26 1850CST

Boone County

Boone 26 1850CST

Taylor County

3 E Conway 26 1850CST

Polk County

4 W Alleman 26 1900CST

Story County

Ames 26 1900CST

Story County

5 S Story City 26 1900CST

Boone County

Madrid 26 1905CST

Story County

2 N Ames 26 1909CST

Story County

2 W Maxwell 26 1913CST 0.5 50

Tornado caused relatively little

damage as it tracked through open

country.

Boone County

5 E Luther 26 1915CST

Boone County

5 E Luther 26 1915CST

Ringgold County

3 S Diagonal 26 1915CST

Ringgold County

3 S Diagonal 26 1915CST

Story County

1 N Ames 26 1915CST

Story County

Huxley 26 1915CST

Story County

1 W Kelley 26 1915CST

Story County

1 W Kelley 26 1915CST

Story County

2 NW Maxwell 26 1925CST 0.5 50

Tornado tracked through the north

end of a farmstead resulting in

tree damage. One window was blown

out of the farmhouse.

Story County

5 S Ames 26 1926CST

Story County

Collins 26 1935CST

Marshall County

1 S Melbourne to 26 1940CST 3 30

2.2 E Melbourne 1945CST

Tornado had an intermittent track and

may have infact been three tornadoes

that developed in rapid succesion.

Ringgold County

5 NNE Mt Ayr 26 1940CST

Decatur County

Grand River 26 1945CST

Decatur County

Grand River 26 1945CST

Story County

3 E Colo 26 1949CST

Marshall County

Gilman 26 2002CST

Tama County

4 SE Gladbrook 26 2005CST

Decatur County

Le Roy 26 2006CST

Marshall County

6 S Marshalltown 26 2006CST

Marshall County

Marshalltown Arpt 26 2006CST

Marshall County

Marshalltown 26 2010CST

Jasper County

3 NW Baxter 26 2017CST

Jasper County

Baxter 26 2017CST

Tama County

5 E Tama 26 2019CST

Marshall County

Gilman 26 2030CST

Union County

Afton 26 2030CST

Union County

Afton 26 2032CST

Black Hawk County

3 N Hudson 26 2035CST

Union County

Afton 26 2035CST

Wayne County

Humeston 26 2035CST

Black Hawk County

Elk Run Hgts 26 2036CST

Decatur County

Garden Grove 26 2038CST

Black Hawk County

Evansdale 26 2045CST

Clarke County

Murray 26 2045CST

Marshall County

Ferguson 26 2052CST

Monroe County

2 W Melrose 26 2120CST

Decatur County

Leon 26 2124CST

Decatur County

Decatur City 26 2130CST

Decatur County

Leon 26 2130CST

Monroe County

Albia 26 2220CST

Appanoose County

Moravia 26 2225CST

Wapello County

2 S Chillicothe 26 2232CST

Wapello County

Eddyville 26 2234CST

Davis County

Countywide 27 0100CST

0615CST

A very unstable airmass was located

over Iowa on the 26th. Surface dew

points rose into the mid to upper 70s

along with surtace temperatures near

90. Soundings indicated CAPE values

around 5000 J/kg with lifted indices

in the -9 C. range. The freezing level

was relatively low, being a little

over 12,000 feet. A steep lapse rate

was in place with a 7 to 8 C. lapse

rate between 850 and 500 mb. At the

same time, a strong west to southwest

jet in excess of 75 kts was in place

over the central U.S. During the

afternoon, a cold front dropped

southeast into the state.

Thunderstorms erupted during the

late afternoon in advance of the

cold front. The storms became severe

very quickly and produced high winds

and hail. There were a few tornadoes

reported with the stronger storms.

They touched down in open countryside

and resulted in little damage. One

tornado northwest of Maxwell in Story

County tracked across the north end of

a farmstead there. Several trees were

downed and one window was blown out of

the farm house. A tornado touched down

in Marshall County south of Melbourne.

The tornado may have actually been

three separate tornadoes that

developed and dissipated very rapidly.

It was hard to distinguish if there

were three, or if the damage path was

produced by vortices rotating around

the parent storm. There were three

areas along the path of more

noticeable damage. One was of F0

strength, the other two areas were F1

strength. The entire event took place

in about 5 minutes. High winds and

hail were widespread during the event.

There was some very impressive hail

reported. Very large hail of five and

one half inches in diameter fell in

Hancock County in the Kanawha area.

Incredibly, three inch diameter hail

fell in the same area about 30 minutes

before the very large hail hit. The

hail resulted in considerable vehicle

and home damage in the area. There

were reports of baseball size hail

in Pocahontas County near Gilmore

City. Reports from Sac County

indicated two and one half inch

diameter hail in the town of Odebolt.

The hail did considerable damage in

the city, including smashing out the

windows in several homes and smashing

car windshields. Most of the other

hail reported around the state was

golf ball and smaller size. Many of

the storms produced high winds,

resulting in a lot of tree and power

line damage. Storms in central Iowa

produced 60 to 75 MPH winds, resulting

in many cars being blown off highways

in central Iowa. Flash flooding

occurred in Davis County as heavy

rainfall of 3 to 4 inches fell on

the already saturated county. This

weather system was the third heavy

rainfall to hit the county in as many

days. County officials reported

numerous roads closed to flowing water

over the highways, even as sunrise

approached.

Jasper County

4 NE Monroe 27 1637CST

Jasper County

1 SW Reasnor 27 1637CST

Jasper County

3 NE Reasnor 27 1656CST

Polk County

West Des Moines 27 1700CST

Jasper County

2 S Kellogg 27 1708CST

Jasper County

6 E Kellogg 27 1715CST

Poweshiek County

Grinnell 27 1725CST

Clarke County

7 NNW Osceola 27 1745CST

Lucas County

Williamson 27 1830CST

A cold front was stretched east-

northeast to west-southwest across

the far southeast corner of Iowa.

Sounding indicated precipitable water

values approaching 2 inches with CAPE

values of 2500 to 3000 J/kg and lifted

indices around -6. Though the bulk of

the thunderstorm activity formed south

of the boundary in Missouri, a band

of elevated convection developed over

southwest into central Iowa. A few of

the storms became severe and exhibited

left moving and anti-cyclonic rotation

characteristics. The left movers

produced hail with several reports of

three quarter to one inch diameter

hail received. One golf ball size hail

report was received in Jasper County

northeast of Reasnor. Hail the size of

quarters pelted areas north of

Osceola. The hail reportedly covered

the ground 7 miles north-northwest of

the city of Osceola. Lightning struck

a teenager in West Des Moines. The

teen and a friend were running for

cover in the rain when he was struck

by lightning. He was rushed to the

hospital and was reported in critical

condition on the evening of the 27th.

Crawford County

3 WNW Ricketts 29 1959CST

A narrow ribbon on instability was

located ahead of an approaching weak

cold front. Bulk shear from 0 to 6 km

was over 40 kts. A narrow ribbon of

convergence was in place along with

cape values of 500 to 1000 J/kg. A

small area of thunderstorms moved

into northwest and west central

Iowa during the evening. The storms

produced hail and gusty winds. Three

quarter inch diameter hail fell

northwest of the Ricketts area in

Crawford County for a brief period

of time. Most other reports indicated

hail of dime size and smaller.

IOWA, East Central and Southeast

Benton County

Countywide 03 1654CST

1740CST

The squall line entered northwest

Benton County around 1654 CST (2254

UTC) and created a consistent path

of damaging winds in an east southeast

direction across the northern part of

the county to the Benton/Linn County

line. Winds estimated at 52 knots (60

mph) occurred in Garrison during 1702-

1712 CST, estimated 61 knots (70 mph)

in Mt. Auburn 1708-1718 CST, Vinton

1713-1723 CST with a measured 58 knots

(67 mph) at the sheriff department,

and estimated 61 knots in Urbana 1732-

1742 CST. Considerable damage occurred

at the Vinton Airport located 3 miles

north of Vinton with one hangar

destroyed and another severely

damaged. The damage was continuous

with many corn fields flattened. In

the southern part of the county wind

damage was sporatic. Severe winds

estimated at 52 knots (60 mph)

occurred in Belle Plaine during

1702-1712 CST and Van Home 1710-1720

CST.

Iowa County

Ladora 03 1716CST

1726CST

4 inch diameter tree limbs down with

damage to the siding of some mobile

homes. Power lines also reported down.

Numerous reports of estimated 43 knot

(50 mph) winds west and east of

Ladora.

Linn County

2.2 W Center Pt to 03 1723CST

Center Pt 1740CST

Squall line left Benton County between

Urbana and Shellsburg and entered Linn

County around 1723 CST (2323 UTC).

Center Point took a direct hit with

winds estimated at 61 knots plus (70+

mph) during 1730-1740 CST. Numerous

trees and power lines were downed in

the Center Point area with

outbuildings destroyed or damaged

and a horse trailer overturned. No

addional reports of severe winds were

received after Center Point. KDVN 88D

velocity data suggests the potential

for severe winds in a generally

easterly path that went between

Alburnett and Robins to between

Waubeek and Springville to the Linn/

Jones County line from 1740 to 1804

CST. In the Cedar Rapids metropolitian

area, numerous reports of estimated 43

to 48 knots (50 to 55 mph) winds were

received from local TV stations with

KCID ASOS reporting a peak gust of 41

knots (47 mph) at 1733 CST (2333 UTC).

Iowa County

Williamsburg 03 1730CST

1740CST

Trees and power lines down with

several reports of estimated 43

knot (50 mph) winds west and east

of Williamsburg.

Jones County

Countywide 03 1755CST

1850CST

Squall line left Linn County between

Waubeek and Springville and entered

Jones County around 1755 CST (2355

UTC). Anamosa took a direct hit with

winds estimated around 61 knots (70

mph) during 1758-1808 CST from a

trained spotter and co-op observer.

At this point, a book end vorticy

began developing across the northern

part of the county. The bookend

vorticy moved in an east southeast

direction from Monticello to the

Jones/Jackson county line, passing

north of Center Junction and Onslow.

A brief power interruption occurred

at the KMXO AWOS with the arrival of

the gust front during 1808-1813 CST

with winds gusting to 35 knots (40

mph) prior to the outage. Power came

back for 1 minute at 1814 CST before

failing completely with the arrival

of the bookend vorticy. Winds

estimated of at least 61 knots (70

mph) hit Monticello during 1814-1821

CST with numerous trees and power

lines down. A few homes and a car

dealership on the south side of

Monticello sustained roof damage

and broken windows. From Monticello

to the Jones/Jackson county line, a

spotter reported trees down 1.6 miles

southeast of KMXO on 190th Street near

Pictured Rocks State Park during 1819-

1825 CST. The local newspaper reported

a dented grain bin on the Welter farm

9.0 miles east southeast of KMXO along

highway 136 during 1836-1842 CST.

Johnson County

5 E Iowa City 03 1811CST

1816CST

Small trees down. KIOW ASOS is the

Iowa River valley and partially

sheltered by higher terrain. KIOW

ASOS reported a peak wind of 43 knots

(50 mph) at 1809 CST (0009 UTC). A

few sporatic reports of 40-45 knots

(46-52 mph) were received west of

Iowa City.

IOWA, East Central and

Southeast

Jackson County

2 NW Maquoketa 03 1900CST

1910CST

8 inch diameter trees snapped off

Muscatine County

Muscatine Muni Arpt 03 1900CST

1910CST

KMUT AWOS

Jackson County

Maquoketa 03 1905CST

1915CST

Numerous streets closed due to downed

trees and power lines. A 15 inch

diameter tree down on a house. Only

two severe reports were received in

Jackson County. KDVN 88D reflectivity

and velocity data suggests that damage

may be more widespread across the

southern part of the county during

1820-1930 CST (0020-0130 UTC). This

would be consistent with the passage

of the bookend vorticity as it moved

across Jackson County.

Van Buren County

Farmington 03 2315CST

Lightning strike destroyed the entire

electrical system of a house and all

electric appliances that were plugged

into it. A squall line developed north

of a stationary front across Southern

Iowa into Northern Illinois in a near

tropical atmosphere. The squall line

moved east and bowed out as it moved

through Benton, Linn, and Jones

Counties in Iowa. Spotty severe wind

was reported in the northern parts of

Iowa and Johnson counties. A bookend

vorticy developed on the squall line

in Jones county and moved through

Jackson County Iowa and into northwest

Carroll County Illinois. Another small

bowing of the squall line occurred

across Whiteside County Illinois. The

storms in the squall line were

prolific lightning producers which

caused severe damage to a house in

Farmington, Iowa.

Des Moines County

2 N Burlington 18 1652CST

1655CST

Louisa County

Letts 18 1736CST

1740CST

Henry County

Mt Pleasant 18 1810CST

1820CST

Branches down over powerlines.

Numerous trees down across the

city with an AC unit blown out

of a hotel wall.

Des Moines County

5 N Danville 18 1828CST

1835CST

6-10 inch diameter trees down; power

lines down with corn flattened.

Des Moines County

1 N Burlington 18 1841CST

1850CST

6-10 inch diameter trees down with

power lines down

Thunderstorms developed north of

a warm front in a near tropical

atmosphere across Southern Iowa

into Central Illinois. The storms

organized into a squall line that

bowed out across Southeast Iowa

and West Central Illinois causing

considerable wind damage. Ahead of

the squall line, scattered severe

storms occurred.

Jefferson County

Fairfield 25 1404CST

1408CST

Also 1.3 inches of rain

An upper level disturbance combined

with a low level jet and a moist to

near tropical atmosphere and allowed

two separate mesoscale convective

complexes to develop north of a warm

front that was located over Missouri.

The first convective complex produced

an isolated hail report over West

Central Illinois while the second

complex produced an isolated severe

wind report in Southeast Iowa.

Benton County

Belle Plaine 26 2103CST

2111CST

Power out

Benton County

Atkins 26 2105CST

2110CST

A narrow swath of tree damage, siding

blown off houses, and a collapsed

garage (due to vehicle door failure)

occurred in Atkins consistent with

straight line winds around 70 mph.

Iowa County

Ladora 26 2110CST

2348CST

Iowa County

Marengo to 26 2110CST

Amana 2348CST

3 to 4 inches of rain from

Marengo to Amana

Linn County

Palo 26 2110CST

2115CST

Power out

Linn County

Hiawatha 26 2120CST

2124CST

A mile long swath of straight line

winds estimated at 70 mph occurred

along Boyson Road in the northern part

of Hiawatha. Damage was sustained

to the local Farm Bureau office, the

Hiawatha Care Center, a gas station,

a banking center, and a sign company.

A 91 year old female resident of the

Care Center was injured when part of

wall was knocked out with damage to

the the roof.

Linn County

Cedar Rapids 26 2121CST

2221CST

2 inches in one hour

Delaware County

Colesburg 26 2127CST

2135CST

Linn County

Fairfax 26 2129CST

2133CST

Water ponding on the road heading

toward Walford. Roof damage to a

gas station with some windows broken

out.

Linn County

3.3 N Marion Arpt 26 2135CST

2140CST

Roof damage to a farm house with a

barn collapsed. The barn collapse

occurred after the main door had

been blown inward. An aerial view

indicated a fan shaped pattern of

damage indicative of a downburst

or microburst.

Iowa County

Ladora 26 2155CST

2200CST

Dubuque County

3 SW Dyersville 26 2201CST

Location is actually in Eastern

Delaware County 4.2 miles northwest

of Worthington. Spotters from the

Dyersville Fire Department and in

Worthington briefly glimpsed the

Hopkinton Tornado as it roped out

and dissipated on the horizon.

Iowa County

Middle Amana to 26 2215CST

Amana 27 0100CST

Between 2145 CST and 2245 CST,

spotters reported that 4.5 to

5.5 inches of rain fell in the

Amana’s Colonies in Northeast

Iowa County. A road was closed

due to high water in Middle

Amana and a nursing home was

flooded with water up to 6

inches deep, including the

kitchen and welcome areas. A

small recreational dam on a

pond between Middle Amana and

High Amana broke flooding the

immediate area.

Jackson County

Bellevue 26 2231CST

2236CST

Van Buren County

South Portion 27 0015CST

0700CST

Thunderstorms trained across southern

Van Buren County producing rainfall

rates of up to 1.5 inches per hour.

Ground truth reports indicated

anywhere from 3.5 to 6 inches of

rain. A house between Cantril and Mt

Sterling had its basement flooded. The

290th Street Bridge located between

Underwood and Timber Avenues southwest

of Farmington collapsed after the

embankments were washed away due to

the flood waters.

Storms developed in a moist to near

tropical atmosphere along a warm

front from Dubuque, Iowa to Falls

City, Nebraska, and ahead of a cold

front in western Iowa. A strong low

level jet continuously feed moist air

into the storms resulting in copious

amounts of rain in very short time

periods across Eastern Iowa and West

Central Illinois. The additional shear

provided by the warm front allowed 3

tornadoes to develop. As the night

progressed, the warm front stalled

along the Iowa/Missouri border and

became a focus for thunderstorms to

train along with very heavy rainfall.

Linn County

2.4 NNW Marion 26 2128CST 0 4

2129CST

Rated high F1

A tornado briefly touched down in the

Hunters Ridge area northwest of Marion

and caused considerable damage to a

house.

Linn County

1.7 WSW Whittier to 26 2136CST 0.8 40

1.1 W Whittier 2138CST

Rated low F1

The second tornado in Linn county

developed in a corn field and moved

northeast or north northeast, crossing

County Route E34 before dissipating in

another corn field.

Delaware County

.1 S Hopkinton to 26 2151CST 4.2 440

2.8 NE Hopkinton 2201CST

Rated high F1

Tornado developed just south of

Hopkinton and moved northeast for

0.15 miles to the edge of Hopkinton.

Tornado then turned right and moved

roughly east northeast for 1 mile

destroying 2 machine sheds and

damaging a third while toppling many

trees on the Wendt Farm. At this

point, the tornado began an arcing

turn to the left for the remainder

of its life. It crossed 300th Avenue

one quarter of a mile south of 305th

Street and went through the Lamont

Farm. An old barn was moved off its

foundation for approximately 50 yards.

The tornado crossed 305th Street about

one half mile east of 300th Avenue and

moved northeast through the Feldman

Farm. Here several large trees were

damaged or destroyed with damage to

several metal machine sheds. A grain

bin was destroyed and scattered across

the field. The tornado crossed 300th

Street 0.2 miles west of County X47

and crossed X47 about one half mile

north of 300th Street. The tornado

dissipated just to the east of X47

and just south of 295th Street. The

width of the path varied from as

narrow as 10 yards to one quarter

mile wide.

Johnson County

2 S Cosgrove 27 1943CST

1946CST

Thunderstorms developed north of a

stationary front along the Iowa/

Missouri border in a near tropical

atmosphere and produced an isolated

severe hail report. Storms development

was aided by boundaries left over from

storms the previous night.

IAZ063 Iowa

27 2032CST

29 0543CST

Heavy rain of 2 to 3 inches from the

24th to the 28th of August resulted

in isolated river flooding across

Eastern Iowa, West Central Illinois,

and far Northeast Missouri. Rivers

that were affected were parts of the

Iowa, La Moine, and Fox. The only

areas affected by the flooding was

farmland.

IOWA, Northeast

Winneshiek County

2 W Decorah 03 1433CST

Mitchell County

3 SE New Haven 03 1445CST

The public reported wind

gusts estimated at 60 mph.

Winneshiek County

8 NE Decorah 26 2055CST

Allamakee County

Waukon 26 2112CST

Law enforcement officials and the

public reported penny size hail and

wind gusts estimated at 60 mph.

Lyon County

2 W Little Rock 03 1137CST

Dickinson County

Lake Park 03 1205CST

Thunderstorm winds caused tree

and power line damage.

Osceola County

1 NE Ocheyedan 03 1210CST

Thunderstorm winds caused tree

damage, including several large

branches blown down.

Dickinson County

Terril 03 1244CST

Cherokee County

4 SW Cherokee 16 1913CST

Plymouth County

5 SW Hinton 22 2154CST

Woodbury County

Sioux City 23 1504CST

Large hail fell on the north

side of Sioux City.

Ida County

8 SE Ida Grove 26 1743CST

Plymouth County

3 N Hinton 29 1753CST

Plymouth County

5 SW Le Mars 29 1753CST

Plymouth County

7 N Kingsley 29 1825CST

Woodbury County

4 N Lawton 29 1840CST

Woodbury County

5 E Bronson 29 1858CST

Woodbury County

5 E Bronson 29 1858CST

Thunderstorm winds caused tree

damage, including several branches

blown down. The winds also moved

lawn furniture and large flower

pots.

Woodbury County

3 N Oto 29 1918CST

IOWA, Southwest

Mills County

Glenwood 03 1845CST

Thunderstorm wind gusts estimated

at over 60 mph downed power lines

knocking power out for at least

200 residents. Some windows were

also broken at the police

department.

Mills County

Mineola 03 1856CST

Harrison County

Missouri Vly 03 1925CST

Thunderstorm wind gusts estimated

at 60 mph downed large tree limbs

in town.

Montgomery County

1 W Red Oak 03 1950CST

Thunderstorm winds of over 60 mph

downed large trees near Red Oak.

Pottawattamie

County

Council Bluffs 03 2000CST

Lightning stuck a home and

critically injured a 15 year-old

boy who was shocked while on a

computer.

Pottawattamie

County

Council Bluffs to 03 2028CST

6 E Council Bluffs 2030CST

Thunderstorm wind gusts estimated

at 60 mph broke large tree limbs

from Council Bluffs to 6 miles

east of town.

Montgomery County

1 W Red Oak 03 2030CST

Thunderstorm wind gusts were

estimated at 60 mph west of Red

Oak. This was from the second

severe thunderstorm to hit town

within an hour.

Montgomery County

Stanton 03 2105CST

Thunderstorm wind gusts estimated

at 70 mph blew down several trees

in town which blocked roads.

Page County

Clarinda 03 2107CST

Thunderstorm wind gusts estimated

at 70 mph downed several trees in

town.

Page County

3 E College Spgs 25 1045CST

A thunderstorm wind gust estimated

at 60 mph was reported by the

public cast of College Springs.

Fremont County

6 NW Hamburg 26 1635CST

Fremont County

8 SSW Sidney 26 1640CST

Hail up to golfball size was

reported by a storm chaser near

exit 10 on Interstate 29 south of

Sidney.

Mills County

1.5 W Malvern to 26 1652CST

2 N Malvern

Hail up to 1 inch in diameter was

reported a mile or two west

through north of Malvern.

Fremont County

2.5 SW Riverton to 26 1658CST 3 880

1 SE Riverton 1712CST

A tornado that eventually reached

f2 in strength first touched down

2.5 miles southwest of Riverton.

The tornado reached it’s maximum

intensity and maximum damage width

of 1/2 mile when it destroyed a

home on 270th street. The tornado

also caused signifcant damage to

another house, several vehicles,

other farm outbuildings, crops

and trees before lifting 1 mile

southeast of Riverton.

Page County

2.5 W Coin to 26 1725CST 2 100

.5 W Coin 1728CST

A small weak tornado caused some

tree and crop damage west of Coin

for about 2 miles before lifting.

Pottawattamie

County

2 N Carson 26 1729CST

Page County

2 E Coin to 26 1730CST 1 1200

.5 NW Shambaugh 1748CST

This tornado first touched down

around 2 miles east of Coin and

tracked 7 miles before lifting

just northwest of Shambaugh. The

tornado reached it’s maximum

intensity of f2 north of College

Springs where a farmstead

sustained serious damage. The

roof of a house at this farmstead

was removed and siding was

damaged, a hay barn was flattened,

grain bins were crushed and the

roof of a silo and other nearby

outbuildings were destroyed.

Other farmsteads received damage

to outbuildings and the crop and

tree damage path at times widened

to 3/4 of a mile.

Pottawattamie

County

Oakland 26 1730CST

Number of Estimated

Persons Damage

Location Killed Injured Property Crops

GEORGIA, East Central

Columbia County

1 W Evans 0 0 0 0

GEORGIA, Lower

Camden County 0 0

8 E Kingsland

Camden County

St Marys 0 0

Camden County

St Marys 0 0

GEORGIA, Lower

Camden County

Harriets Bluff 0 0

Brantley County

3 SW Hoboken 0 0

Camden County

Woodbine 0 0

GEORGIA, North and Central

White County

Helen 0 0 0.50K

Banks County

Countywide 0 0 2K

Banks County

Homer 0 0

Jackson County

Countywide 0 0 5K

Clarke County

Countywide 0 0 25K

Oglethorpe County

Crawford to 0 0 3K

Sandy Cross

Greene County

2 NE Wrayswood 0 0 1K

Cobb County

Kennesaw to 0 0 3K

Blackwells

Cobb County

Blackwells 0 0 100K

Fulton County

1 S Sandy Spgs to 0 0 50K

Sandy Spgs

Newton County

Covington 0 0 1.5K

Cobb County

Marietta 0 0 5K

Muscogee County

Columbus 0 0 50K

Greene County

Union Pt 0 0

Gwinnett County

Lilburn to 0 0

Grayson

Bibb County

Macon 0 0

Houston County

Warner Robins 0 0 150K

Houston County

Warner Robins 0 0 5K

Jones County

Haddock 0 0 0.25K

Whitfield County

3 NNW Dawnville to 0 0

Toonnerville

Whitfield County

2 W Dawnville to 0 0 5K

Toonnerville

Floyd County

Armuchee to 0 0 30K

Shannon

Walker County

Chickamauga to 0 0 2K

La Fayette

Cobb County

Marietta 0 0 5K

Gordon County

Sugar Vly to 0 0 7K

Oakman

Gordon County

Oakman 0 0

Murray County

4 WNW Spring Place t 0 0 1K

2 N Spring Place

Hall County

Flowery Branch 0 0 5K

Crisp County

Countywide 0 0 3K

Hall County

Gainesville 0 0 7K

Fannin County

Epworth 0 0 1K

Lumpkin County

1 WNW Dahlonega 0 0 1K

White County

Nacoochee 0 0 1K

Pulaski County

4 N Hawkinsville 0 0 1K

Union County

5 SE Blairsville 0 0 1K

Morgan County

Countywide 0 0 5K

Bleckley County

1.5 NE Coley 0 0 1K

Cobb County

Kennesaw 0 0

Douglas County

Douglasville 0 0 0.25K

Douglas County

Lithia Spgs 0 0

Coweta County

Senoia 0 0 250K

Taylor County

Butler 0 0 10K

Putnam County

Eatonton 0 0 0.50K

Oconee County

4 S Farmington 0 0 0.25K

GEORGIA, Northeast

Rabun County

7 W Clayton 0 1 2K

Rabun County

11 WSW Clayton 0 0

Elbert County

Elberton 0 0

Rabun County

10 W Clayton to 0 0

15 W Clayton

Habersham County

Clarkesville to 0 0

Baldwin

Rabun County

Clayton 0 0

Hart County

Hartwell 0 0

Stephens County

Toccoa 0 0

GEORGIA, Southeast

Bulloch County

1 SW Stilson to 0 0

1 E Stilson

Chatham County

2 S Ft Screven 0 0

Liberty County

Riceboro 0 0

Liberty County

Gum Branch 0 0

Chatham County

Savannah 0 0

Tattnall County

Collins 0 0

Evans County

Claxton 0 0

Liberty County

Allenhurst 0 0

GEORGIA, Southwest

Randolph County

Southeast Portion 0 0 25K

GULF OF MEXICO

Destin To Pensacola

Fl Out 20Nm

Ft Walton Beach 0 0

Craig Key To The W

End Of The 7 Mile

Bridge Out 20Nm

5 S Marathon 0 0

Craig Key To The W

End Of The 7 Mile

Bridge Out 20Nm

Marathon 0 0

Florida Bay

Marathon 0 0

Pensacola Fl To

Pascagoula Ms Out

20Nm

Dauphin Island 0 0

Sw Pass Of The Ms R

To Atchafalaya R La

Out 20Nm

20 S Venice 0 0

Ocean Reef To Craig

Key Fl Out 20Nm

7 S Key Largo 0 0

Mobile Bay

Point Clear 0 0

Florida Bay

7 WNW Islamorada 0 0

Gulf Side Of The

Lower Keys Out

20Nm

1 N Big Pine Key 0 0

Florida Bay

5 NW Marathon 0 0

Lake Ponchartrain

And Lake Maurepas

Lkfrnt Arpt New 0 0

Cameron La To High

Is Tx Out 20Nm

19 SE Mouth Of Sabina 0 0

Atchafalaya R To

Cameron La 20 To

60Nm

21 SE Cameron 0 0

Sw Pass Of The Ms R

To Atchafalaya R La

Out 20Nm

Grand Isle 0 0

Sw Pass Of The Ms R

To Atchafalaya R La

Out 20Nm

20 S Venice 0 0

Sw Pass Of The Ms R

To Atchafalaya R La

Out 20Nm

20 S Venice 0 0

Craig Key To The W

End Of The 7 Mile

Bridge Out 20Nm

6 S Marathon 0 0

Craig Key To The W

End Of The 7 Mile

Bridge 20 To 60Nm

6 S Marathon 0 0

Englewood To

Tarpon Springs Fl

Out 20Nm

12 NNW Longboat Key 0 0

14 NNW Longboat

Lake Ponchartrain

And Lake Maurepas

Little Woods to 0 0

Lkfrnt Arpt New

Lake Ponchartrain

And Lake Maurepas

W Lake Pontchartrain 0 0

Mobile Bay

Point Clear 0 0

Pascagoula Ms To Sw

Pass Of Ms R Out

20Nm

8 S Bay St. Louis 0 0

Matagorda Bay

Port O’Connor 0 0

Freeport To

Matagorda Ship Chnl

Out 20Nm

20 SW Matagorda to 0 0

Matagorda

Pt O’Connor To

Aransas Pass 0 0

Pt O’Connor To

Aransas Pass

13 N Port Aransas 0 0

Pt O’Connor To

Aransas Pass

Mesquite Bay 0 0

Corpus Christi To

Baffin Bay

Port Aransas 0 0

Matagorda Ship Chnl

To Pt Aransas Out

20Nm

6 ESE Port Aransas to 0 0

7 ESE Port Aransas

Pt Aransas To Baffin

Bay Tx Out 20Nm

Port Aransas 0 0

Pt O’Connor To

Aransas Pass

Port Aransas 0 0

Pt Aransas To Baffin

Bay Tx Out 20Nm

7 SE Port Aransas 0 0

Corpus Christi To

Baffin Bay

10 SE Port Aransas 0 0

Corpus Christi To

Baffin Bay

Corpus Christi 0 0

Corpus Christi To

Baffin Bay

South Bird Island 0 0

Corpus Christi To

Baffin Bay

Baffin Bay 0 0

Bonita Beach To

Englewood Fl Out

20Nm

12 NW Bonita Beach to 0 0

13 NW Bonita Beach

Bonita Beach To

Englewood Fl Out

20Nm

17 NW Bonita Beach to 0 0

6.5 NW Bonita Beach

Bonita Beach To

Englewood Fl Out

20Nm

San Carlos Bay to 0 0

5 NE San Carlos Bay

Gulf Side Of The

Lower Keys Out

20Nm

10 NE Key West 0 0

Key W To Dry

Tortugas Waters

6 W Key West 0 0

Gulf Side Of The

Lower Keys Out

20Nm

10 NE Key West 0 0

W End Of The 7 Mile

Bridge To Key W Out

20Nm

8 SE Key West 0 0

Craig Key To The W

End Of The 7 Mile

Bridge Out 20Nm

7 S Marathon 0 0

Lake Ponchartrain

And Lake Maurepas

1 N Lkfrnt Arpt New t 0 0

2 N Lkfrnt Arpt New

Mobile Bay

Alabama Port 0 0

Pensacola Fl To

Pascagoula Ms Out

20Nm

Dauphin Island 0 0

Pensacola Fl To

Pascagoula Ms Out

20Nm

Ft Morgan 0 0

Pensacola Fl To

Pascagoula Ms 20 To

60Nm

Gulf Shores 0 0

Pensacola Fl To

Pascagoula Ms Out

20Nm

Gulf Shores 0 0

Pensacola Fl To

Pascagoula Ms 20 To

60Nm

Gulf Shores 0 0

Florida Bay

8 ENE Duck Key 0 0

Craig Key To The W

End Of The 7 Mile

Bridge Out 20Nm

9 E Duck Key 0 0

Suwannee R To

Apalachicola FI Out

20Nm

20 SE Apalachicola 0 0

Gulf Side Of The

Lower Keys Out

20Nm

6 N Key West 0 0

Gulf Side Of The

Lower Keys Out

20Nm

2 N Key West 0 0

Lake Ponchartrain

And Lake Maurepas

Mid Lke Pontchartrain 0 0

Mobile Bay

Pinto Island 0 0

Englewood To

Tarpon Springs Fl

Out 20Nm

5 SW St Petersburg Be 0 0

Florida Bay

5 N Marathon 0 0

Florida Bay

5 WNW Islamorada 0 0

Galveston Bay

Eagle Point 0 0

Englewood To

Tarpon Springs Fl

Out 20Nm

10 NE Longboat Key 0 0

Englewood To

Tarpon Springs Fl

Out 20Nm

1.5 E St Petersburg Beach 0 0

2 SE St Petersburg

Beach

Tampa Bay

Old Tampa Bay 0 0

Suwannee R To

Apalachicola Fl Out

20Nm

15 SE Apalachicola 0 0

Key W To Dry

Tortugas Waters

5 W Key West 0 0

Galveston Bay

3 N Smith Pt 0 0

Galveston Bay

5 S Texas City 0 0

Gulf Side Of The

Lower Keys Out

20Nm

10 NE Key West 0 0

HAWAII

HIZ021

0 0

Hawaii County

38 SW Hilo 0 0

Hawaii County

16 NE Kailua Kona to 0 0

Captain Cook

HIZ002-008>009-012-

017-020-024>025

0 0

Maui County

Kipahulu to 0 0

Ulupalakua

Hawaii County

15 NNE Kailua Kona 0 0

Maui County

9 NW Hana to 0 0

Kaupo

Honolulu County

Countywide 0 0

Maui County

Maunaloa to 0 0

15 ESE Kalaupapa

Kauai County

Hanalei to 0 0

Kalaheo

Honolulu County

1.5 N Kahaluu 0 0

Maui County

Maunaloa to 0 0

Kalaupapa

Kauai County

Countywide 0 0

Honolulu County

Waialua to 0 0

Ewa

Hawaii County

Kailua Kona to 0 0

Captain Cook

IDAHO, Extreme Southeast

IDAHO, North

Lemhi County

6 SE North Fork 0 0

Lemhi County

Salmon 0 0

IDAHO, Northwest

Kootenai County

(Coe)Coeur D’Alene A 0 2 5K

IDAHO, Southeast

Butte County

10 S Howe 0 0

Butte County

Central Portion 0 0

Clark County

Dubois 0 0

Fremont County

Ashton 0 0

Power County

Pocatello Arpt 0 0

Madison County

Sugar City 0 0

Bingham County

Blackfoot 0 0

Bonneville County

Idaho Falls 0 0

Bannock County

Inkom 0 0

Cassia County

8 SW Oakley 0 0

Fremont County

23 E St Anthony 0 0

Caribou County

Grace 0 0

Caribou County

Grace 0 0

Caribou County

Grace 0 0 5K

Butte County

25 SE Arco 0 0

Bannock County

7 N Chubbuck 0 0

Bingham County

Ft Hall 0 0

Bingham County

Blackfoot 0 0

Jefferson County

4 SW Hamer 0 0

Bingham County

Firth 0 0

Bonneville County

Bone 0 0

Bingham County

Moreland 0 0

Fremont County

Macks Inn 0 0

IDAHO, Southwest

ILLINOIS, Central

Schuyler County

5 S Rushville 0 0

De Witt County

Waynesville to

Clinton 0 0

Menard County

Oakford 0 0

Logan County

Lincoln to 0 0

Beason

Logan County

1 S Lincoln 0 0

Piatt County

Cisco 0 0

De Witt County

Clinton 0 0

Macon County

Decatur Arpt 0 0

Stark County

2 SW Toulon 0 0

Stark County

3 SW Toulon 0 0

Stark County

3 SW Toulon 0 0

Marshall County

Varna 0 0

Sangamon County

Chatham 0 0

Mclean County

Lexington 0 0

Moultrie County

Lovington 0 0

Moultrie County

2 SE Lovington 0 0

Coles County

4 SE Humboldt to 0 0

Charleston

Coles County

Humboldt to 0 0

4 SE Humboldt

Clark County

Marshall 0 0

Knox County

1 W Maquon 0 0

Fulton County

2 SW Farmington 0 0

Peoria County

4 SW Trivoli 0 0

Peoria County

4 SW Trivoli 0 0

Fulton County

London Mills to 0 0

Canton

Peoria County

1 E Trivoli 0 0

Tazewell County

South Pekin 0 0

Lawrence County

Sumner to 0 0

St Francisville

Vermilion County

Hoopeston 0 0

Morgan County

Prentice 0 0

Cass County

Ashland 0 0

Cass County

Ashland 0 0

Menard County

Tallula 0 0

Cass County

Countywide 0 0

Schuyler County

Rushville 0 0

Morgan County

Jacksonville 0 0

Menard County

Countywide 0 0

Logan County

San Jose to 0 0

Lincoln

Mason County

Mason City 0 0

Mclean County

Bloomington to 0 0

Normal

De Witt County

Clinton 0 0

Mason County

3 N Argenta to 0 0

Decatur

Sangamon County

Springfield 0 0

Effingham County

Effingham 0 0

Jasper County

North Portion 0 0

Sangamon County

1.5 W Chatham 0 0 0 0

Sangamon County

1 NE Springfield 0 0

Macon County

2 N Forsyth 0 0

Vermilion County

Rankin 0 0

ILLINOIS, Northeast

Will County

5 NE Lockport 0 0

Will County

5 NE Lockport 0 0

Livingston County

3 SE Streator 0 0

Ogle County

Mt Morris to 0 0

Byron

Winnebago County

Rockford 0 0

Lee County

Dixon 0 0 100K

Winnebago County

Winnebago 0 0

ILZ003>004-013-021

0 0

De Kalb County

Countywide 0 0 10K

La Salle County

Peru to 0 0

Ottawa

Kane County

Countywide 0 0

Kendall County

Countywide 0 0

Grundy County

Mazon to 0 0

Morris

Will County

Countywide 0 0

Du Page County

Lombard 0 0

Du Page County

Downers Grove 0 0

Cook County

Chicago 0 0

Kankakee County

Countywide 0 0

Will County

5 S Naperville 0 0

Will County

Plainfield 0 0

Will County

5 N Plainfield 0 1

Cook County

Chicago Ridge 0 0

Du Page County

Naperville 0 0

Cook County

Oak Lawn 0 0

Cook County

Chicago 0 0

Grundy County

2 W Morris 0 0

Cook County

Tinley Park 0 0 10K

Ford County

Kempton 0 0

De Kalb County

3 S De Kalb 0 0

De Kalb County

7.1 SE De Kalb to 0 0 20K 5K

8.2 SE De Kalb

Kane County

2.5 WSW Hampshire to 0 0

2.5 WNW Hampshire

Kane County

5.2 N Elburn to 0 0

5.3 N Elburn

Mchenry County

3.2 WSW Me Henry 0 0 30K

Kane County

Elgin 0 0

ILZ033

0 0

Ogle County

Polo 0 0

Ogle County

Davis Jct 0 0

Winnebago County

Rockford to 0 0

Roscoe

Boone County

Countywide 0 1

Mchenry County

Countywide 0 0

Kane County

Sleepy Hollow 0 0

Lake County

Countywide 0 0

Will County

Joliet 0 0

Du Page County

Downers Grove 0 0

Livingston County

Dwight 0 0

Grundy County

Central Portion 0 0 50K

Mchenry County

Countywide 0 0 150K

ILLINOIS, Northeast

Cook County

Evanston 0 0 20K

Grundy County

3 N Morris 0 0

Kendall County

Lisbon 0 0

Will County

Romeoville to 0 0

Crest Hill

ILZ014-019-022

0 0

La Salle County

Marseilles 0 0

Du Page County

Willowbrook 0 0

ILLINOIS, Northwest

Carroll County

Marcus to 0 0 5K 2K

Ms Pallisades Sp

Whiteside County

Countywide 0 0 10K 5K

ILLINOIS, Northwest

Warren County

Kirkwood 0 0 4K 2K

Henderson County

1 N Stronghurst 0 0 1K 3K

Henderson County

Stronghurst 0 0 2K 2K

Henderson County

4.7 N Biggsville 0 0 2K 4K

Henderson County

2 WSW Gladstone to 0 0 4K 5K

1.5 S Gladstone

Hancock County

Fountain Green 0 0 1K 3K

Hancock County

5.6 SE Carthage 0 0 5K 10K

ILZ034>035

0 0 6K

Hancock County

5.6 SE Carthage 0 0 3K 3K

ILLINOIS, South

Franklin County

Ewing 0 0 4K

ILLINOIS, South

Jefferson County

Countywide 0 0

Edwards County

Countywide 0 0

Wabash County

Countywide 0 0

Wayne County

2 S Fairfield 0 0

White County

Countywide 0 0 30K

ILZ083

0 0

White County

Carmi 0 0

White County

Carmi 0 0 150K

Perry County

Du Quoin 0 0

ILLINOIS, South

White County

Carmi 0 0 500K

Perry County

Du Quoin 0 0

Jefferson County

2 E Mt Vernon 0 0

Wayne County

Fairfield 0 0

Jackson County

6 WNW Murphysboro 0 0

Franklin County

Countywide 0 0

Hamilton County

Mc Leansboro 0 0

ILLINOIS, Southwest

Marion County

Odin 0 0

Marion County

2 E Sandoval 0 0

St. Clair County

4 S St Libory 0 0

St. Clair County

4 N Marissa 0 0

Marion County

3 E Centralia 0 0

Marion County

Centralia 0 0

Clinton County

4 E Hoffman 0 0

Madison County

Alton 0 0

Madison County

Alton 0 0

Madison County

Godfrey 0 0

Adams County

Countywide 0 0

Brown County

Countywide 0 0

Pike County

Countywide 0 0

Greene County

1 SW White Hall 0 0

Madison County

2 N Troy 0 0

Jersey County

Elsah 0 0

Madison County

Godfrey 0 0

Macoupin County

10 SSW Carlinville 0 0

Macoupin County

9 S Carlinville 0 0

Montgomery County

Raymond 0 0

Madison County

(Aln)Stl Rgnl Arpt A 0 0

Fayette County

Countywide 0 0

Marion County

Countywide 0 0

Adams County

Countywide 0 0

Brown County

Countywide 0 0

INDIANA, Central

Hamilton County

Fishers 0 0 0

Monroe County

5 WNW Bloomington 0 0 0.50K 0

Decatur County

Greensburg 0 0 5K 0

Carroll County

2 W Camden 0 0 0 0

Owen County

Spencer 0 0 0 0

Monroe County

2 E Ellettsville 0 0 0 0

Owen County

2 N Spencer 0 0 0 0

Monroe County

12 S Bloomington 0 0 0 0

Monroe County

Bloomington 0 0 30K 0

Randolph County

3 SE Modoc 0 0 0 0

Greene County

Bloomfield 0 0 0 0

Lawrence County

3 E Bedford 0 0 0 0

Clay County

Coalmont 0 0 0 0

Sullivan County

Sullivan 0 0 0 0

Owen County

Freedom 0 0 0 0

Marion County

Lawrence 0 0 25K 0

Jackson County

Brownstown 0 0 0 0

Jennings County

Countywide 0 0 0 0

Carroll County

Flora 0 0 0 0

INZ021

0 0 0 0

INZ029-035

0 0 0 0

INDIANA, Northeast

La Porte County

La Porte 0 0 0

Pulaski County

Winamac 0 0 0

Starke County

5 SSE Knox 0 0 0

Fulton County

6 N Rochester 0 0 0

Marshall County

2 SE Culver 0 0 0

Marshall County

Plymouth 0 0 0

St. Joseph County

Granger 0 0 2K

Elkhart County

Elkhart 0 0 3K

La Porte County

Michigan City 0 0 0

St. Joseph County

3 N South Bend 0 0 0

St. Joseph County

3 N South Bend 0 0 0

St. Joseph County

1 S South Bend 0 0 0

St. Joseph County

Mishawaka 0 0 0

St. Joseph County

South Bend 0 0 0

Elkhart County

Goshen 0 0 0

Pulaski County

3 NE Francesville 0 0 0

La Porte County

Michigan City 0 0 0

La Porte County

Michigan City 0 0 0

La Porte County

La Porte 0 0 0

La Porte County

4 SE Westville 0 0 0

St. Joseph County

Mishawaka 0 0 0

Fulton County

Rochester 0 0 0

Elkhart County

4 NW Elkhart 0 0 0

White County

Monticello 0 0 0

White County

Monticello 0 0 0

White County

Monticello 0 0 0

White County

Monticello 0 0 0

INDIANA, Northwest

Lake County

Countywide 0 0

Porter County

Countywide 0 0

Jasper County

Wheatfield 0 0

Jasper County

4 SE Wheatfield 0 0

Jasper County

Remington 0 0 50K

Lake County

Hammond 0 0

INZ001-010

0 0

INDIANA, South Central

INDIANA, Southeast

Dearborn County

Lawrenceburg 0 0 3K

INDIANA, Southwest

Gibson County

South Portion 0 0

Posey County

Countywide 0 0

Vanderburgh County

North Portion 0 0

Gibson County

Owensville to 0 0

Oakland City

Gibson County

Francisco 0 0

Vanderburgh County 0 0 50K

Stacer

IOWA, Central

Boone County

Boone 0 0 2K

Boone County

2 W Boone 0 0 1K 5K

Boone County

4 ESE Boone 0 0 1K 5K

Polk County

Des Moines 0 0 2K

Decatur County 0 0 5K

Decatur City

Cass County

Atlantic 0 0 15K 5K

Ringgold County

2 S Mt Ayr 0 0 5K 5K

Ringgold County

6 N Mt Ayr 0 0 5K

Wapello County

Ottumwa Arpt 0 0 1K

Greene County

4 WNW Churdan 0 0 2K

Greene County

3 N Churdan 0 0 10K 5K

Greene County

2 W Paton 0 0 5K

Greene County

2 NE Grand Jet 0 0 5K

Calhoun County

4 S Farnhamville 0 0 3K 5K

Boone County

Ogden 0 0 3K 5K

Polk County

Johnston 0 0

Polk County

West Des Moines 0 0 2K

Polk County

Altoona 0 0 10K

Boone County

5 W Boone 0 0 10K 5K

Polk County

Runnells 0 0 5K

Marion County

Pleasantville 0 0 15K 5K

Marion County

Knoxville 0 0 5K

Marion County

Knoxville 0 0

Marion County

Knoxville Arpt 0 0 1K

Davis County

5 W Drakesville 0 0 1K

Wapello County

Ottumwa 0 0 1K

Wapello County

3 S Ottumwa 0 0 2K

Winnebago County

Scarville 0 0 5K

Calhoun County

Rockwell City 0 0 5K

Calhoun County

Rockwell City 0 0 2K

Webster County

Callender 0 0 10K 1K

Greene County

Churdan 0 0 5K

Franklin County

Bradford 0 0 25K 5K

Greene County

Churdan 0 0 2K 5K

Greene County

Dana 0 0 5K

Hardin County

Iowa Falls 0 0 25K 5K

Franklin County

7 S Hampton 0 0 40K 10K

Hardin County

Iowa Falls 0 0 15K 5K

Boone County

Pilot Mound 0 0 2K

Franklin County

10 S Hampton 0 0 5K

Boone County

Boone Muni Arpt 0 0 2K

Story County

1 NW Zearing 0 0 10K 2K

Hamilton County

4 E Randall 0 0 10K 2K

Hardin County

Radcliffe 0 0 10K 2K

Hardin County

Eldora 0 0 5K

Story County

Roland 0 0 3K

Boone County

Pilot Mound 0 0 5K 5K

Hardin County

8 SW Hubbard to 0 0 20K 1K

6 S Radcliffe

Story County

Mc Callsburg 0 0 3K

Boone County

Boone 0 0 5K

Story County

15 E Story City 0 0 5K

Story County

1.5 NNE Zearing to 0 0 75K 15K

1.5 ENE Zearing

Marshall County

State Center 0 0 5K

Grundy County

5 E Wellsburg 0 0 5K 5K

Grundy County

Wellsburg 0 0 2K

Story County

2 W Kelley 0 0 5K

Boone County0

Boone 0 0 2K

Marshall County

Albion to 0 0 100K 10K

5 E Albion

Marshall County

Marshalltown 0 0 50K 5K

Marshall County

Albion 0 0 10K

Marshall County

Liscomb 0 0 25K 5K

Marshall County

Marshalltown 0 0 100K 5K

Grundy County

Dike 0 0 25K 10K

Story County

Maxwell 0 0 10K 5K

Black Hawk County

Cedar Falls 0 0 15K 5K

Carroll County

5 E Carroll 0 0 10K

Marshall County

Albion 0 0 25K 5K

Black Hawk County

Waterloo 0 0 10K

Tama County

5 S Montour 0 0 2K

Black Hawk County

10 S Waterloo 0 0 2K

Tama County

Toledo 0 0 10K

Audubon County

1 W Audubon 0 0 2K 5K

Audubon County

Audubon 0 0 10K 5K

Franklin County

6 SSW Hampton 0 0 5K 5K

Guthrie County

10 W Guthrie Center 0 0

Dallas County

5 E De Soto 0 0

Hardin County

Iowa Falls 0 0 50K

Cass County

Griswold 0 0 5K

Warren County

Indianola 0 0 50K 5K

Dallas County

5 E De Soto 0 0 10K

Warren County

4 N Milo 0 0 2K

Marion County

Knoxville 0 0 5K

Marion County

Pella 0 0 10K

Lucas County

Williamson 0 0 5K 1K

Mahaska County

Oskaloosa 0 0 15K

Adams County

Corning 0 0 2K

Taylor County

4 N New Market 0 0 5K

Decatur County

4 S Garden Grove 0 0 5K

Decatur County

3 S Davis City 0 0 2K

Wayne County

Clio 0 0 2K

Wayne County

Corydon 0 0 50K

Decatur County

2 SE Garden Grove 0 0 10K 1K

Calhoun County

Rinard 0 0 3K

Carroll County

Breda 0 0 1K 5K

Carroll County

1 W Carroll 0 0 1K 5K

Carroll County

Lidderdale 0 0 5K 5K

Webster County

4 SW Gowrie 0 0 1K

Worth County

5 E Joice 0 0 1K 5K

Worth County

Kensett 0 0 5K 5K

Greene County

5 NNW Dana 0 0 3K 5K

Greene County

1 W Paton 0 0 2K 5K

Greene County

5 NW Grand Jet 0 0 2K 5K

Franklin County

3 WSW Coulter 0 0 2K 5K

Franklin County

Hampton 0 0 5K 5K

Franklin County

Hampton 0 0 10K 5K

Franklin County

5 NW Ackley 0 0 1K 5K

Franklin County

5 NW Ackley 0 0 2K 5K

Franklin County

9 SE Bradford to 0 0 1K 1K

9.5 SE Bradford

Hardin County

1 W Ackley 0 0 1K

Hardin County

2 W Ackley to 0 0 2K 2K

1 S Ackley

Hardin County

Ackley 0 0 5K 5K

Grundy County

5 NW Wellsburg 0 0 5K 5K

Butler County

Southwest Portion 0 0 10K 10K

Grundy County

Northwest Portion 0 0 10K 10K

Hardin County

Ackley 0 0 3K

Wright County

Down 0 0 2K 5K

Franklin County

Popejoy 0 0 5K

Hardin County

Northeast Portion 0 0 10K 10K

Marshall County

2 SSW Clemons 0 0 3K 5K

Marshall County

3 SE Rhodes 0 0 2K

Jasper County

4 E Baxter 0 0 2K

Decatur County

5 N Leon 0 0 5K

Wayne County

Humeston 0 0 3K

Wapello County

Eddyville 0 0 2K

Dallas County

2 SW Dawson 0 0 2K 5K

Guthrie County

3 E Yale 0 0 5K

Taylor County

8 WSW Bedford Arpt 0 0 2K 2K

Taylor County

Gravity 0 0 5K

Taylor County

4 N Bedford 0 0 2K 2K

Taylor County

Lenox 0 0 2K

Ringgold County

9 N Mt Ayr 0 0 5K 10K

Ringgold County

9 N Mt Ayr 0 0 2K 2K

Adams County

5 NE Prescott 0 0 5K

Decatur County

Grand River 0 0 3K

Clarke County

1 E Osceola 0 0 5K 2K

Marion County

10 S Knoxville 0 0 2K 2K

Wapello County

Ottumwa 0 0 5K

Mahaska County

10 NW Oskaloosa 0 0 1K

Appanoose County

Moravia 0 0 15K 1K

Monroe County

Albia 0 0 2K

Wapello County

Blakesburg 0 0 2K 2K

Hancock County

Kanawha 0 0

Humboldt County

Hardy 0 0

Pocahontas County

10 E Pocahontas 0 0 25K 10K

Pocahontas County

7 E Pocahontas 0 0 5K 5K

Hancock County

Kanawha 0 0 25K 10K

Humboldt County

3 E Bradgate 0 0 10K 10K

Hancock County

Kanawha 0 0 100K 10K

Humboldt County

2 N Humboldt 0 0 10K 15K

Humboldt County

2 N Humboldt 0 0 2K

Cerro Gordo County

5 SSW Ventura 0 0 5K

Crawford County

Kiron 0 0 10K 10K

Sac County

5 S Odebolt 0 0 10K 10K

Sac County

Odebolt 0 0 50K 10K

Audubon County

Exira 0 0 2K

Sac County

3 S Lake View 0 0 5K

Boone County

5 SW Ogden 0 0 2K

Boone County

5 SW Ogden 0 0 5K 1K

Taylor County

Gravity 0 0 5K

Taylor County

10 N Bedford 0 0 1K

Boone County

Ogden 0 0 2K

Boone County

Boone 0 0 1K 2K

Boone County

Boone 0 0 2K

Boone County

Boone 0 0 5K

Boone County

Boone 0 0 5K

Taylor County

3 E Conway 0 0 5K

Polk County

4 W Alleman 0 0 2K

Story County

Ames 0 0 1K

Story County

5 S Story City 0 0 5K

Boone County

Madrid 0 0 5K

Story County

2 N Ames 0 0 1K

Story County

2 W Maxwell 0 0 2K

Boone County

5 E Luther 0 0 5K

Boone County

5 E Luther 0 0 5K 1K

Ringgold County

3 S Diagonal 0 0 5K

Ringgold County

3 S Diagonal 0 0 5K 5K

Story County

1 N Ames 0 0 1K

Story County

Huxley 0 0 25K 10K

Story County

1 W Kelley 0 0 5K

Story County

1 W Kelley 0 0 5K 1K

Story County

2 NW Maxwell 0 0 10K 2K

Story County

5 S Ames 0 0 10K 1K

Story County

Collins 0 0 5K

Marshall County

1 S Melbourne to 0 0 50K 10K

2.2 E Melbourne

Ringgold County

5 NNE Mt Ayr 0 0 5K

Decatur County

Grand River 0 0 5K 5K

Decatur County

Grand River 0 0 10K 1K

Story County

3 E Colo 0 0 10K 1K

Marshall County

Gilman 0 0 1K

Tama County

4 SE Gladbrook 0 0 2K

Decatur County

Le Roy 0 0 25K 1K

Marshall County

6 S Marshalltown 0 0 1K

Marshall County

Marshalltown Arpt 0 0 1K

Marshall County

Marshalltown 0 0 20K 3K

Jasper County

3 NW Baxter 0 0 5K

Jasper County

Baxter 0 0 2K

Tama County

5 E Tama 0 0 5K 1K

Marshall County

Gilman 0 0 5K

Union County

Afton 0 0 10K 1K

Union County

Afton 0 0 10K

Black Hawk County

3 N Hudson 0 0 5K

Union County

Afton 0 0 5K

Wayne County

Humeston 0 0 5K

Black Hawk County

Elk Run Hgts 0 0 10K

Decatur County

Garden Grove 0 0 2K

Black Hawk County

Evansdale 0 0 5K

Clarke County

Murray 0 0 3K

Marshall County

Ferguson 0 0 2K

Monroe County

2 W Melrose 0 0 5K

Decatur County

Leon 0 0 10K 1K

Decatur County

Decatur City 0 0 5K

Decatur County

Leon 0 0 10K 1K

Monroe County

Albia 0 0 5K

Appanoose County

Moravia 0 0 15K 2K

Wapello County

2 S Chillicothe 0 0 2K

Wapello County

Eddyville 0 0 5K

Davis County

Countywide 0 0 100K 25K

Jasper County

4 NE Monroe 0 0 2K 5K

Jasper County

1 SW Reasnor 0 0 2K 5K

Jasper County

3 NE Reasnor 0 0 5K 5K

Polk County

West Des Moines 0 1

Jasper County

2 S Kellogg 0 0 2K 5K

Jasper County

6 E Kellogg 0 0 2K 5K

Poweshiek County

Grinnell 0 0

Clarke County

7 NNW Osceola 0 0 5K 20K

Lucas County

Williamson 0 0 5K

Crawford County

3 WNW Ricketts 0 0 2K

IOWA, East Central and Southeast

Benton County

Countywide 0 0 150K 50K

Iowa County

Ladora 0 0 3K 3K

Linn County

2.2 W Center Pt to 0 0 15K 7K

Center Pt

Iowa County

Williamsburg 0 0 3K 3K

Jones County

Countywide 0 0 20K 9K

Johnson County

5 E Iowa City 0 0 2K 3K

Jackson County

2 NW Maquoketa 0 0 3K 3K

Muscatine County

Muscatine Muni Arpt 0 0 2K

Jackson County

Maquoketa 0 0 8K 5K

Van Buren County

Farmington 0 0 20K

Des Moines County

2 N Burlington 0 0

Louisa County

Letts 0 0 2K 3K

Henry County

Mt Pleasant 0 0 10K 2K

Des Moines County

5 N Danville 0 0 3K 5K

Des Moines County

1 N Burlington 0 0 3K 2K

Jefferson County

Fairfield 0 0 2K 3K

Benton County

Belle Plaine 0 0 3K 2K

Benton County

Atkins 0 0 5K 5K

Iowa County

Ladora 0 0

Iowa County

Marengo to 0 0

Amana

Linn County

Palo 0 0 3K

Linn County

Hiawatha 0 1 20K

Linn County

Cedar Rapids 0 0

Delaware County

Colesburg 0 0 2K 2K

Linn County

Fairfax 0 0 10K

Linn County

3.3 N Marion Arpt 0 0 20K 10K

Iowa County

Ladora 0 0 5K 2K

Dubuque County

3 SW Dyersville 0 0

Iowa County

Middle Amana to 0 0 40K 5K

Amana

Jackson County

Bellevue 0 0 2K

Van Buren County

South Portion 0 0 50K 5K

Linn County

2.4 NNW Marion 0 0 10K

Linn County

1.7 WSW Whittier to 0 0 10K

1.1 W Whittier

Delaware County

.1 S Hopkinton to 0 0 75K 20K

2.8 NE Hopkinton

Johnson County

2 S Cosgrove 0 0 2K

IAZ063

0 0 10K

IOWA, Northeast

Winneshiek County

2 W Decorah 0 0 3K

Mitchell County

3 SE New Haven 0 0 2.5K

Winneshiek County

8 NE Decorah 0 0

Allamakee County

Waukon 0 0 0.75K

Lyon County

2 W Little Rock 0 0

Dickinson County

Lake Park 0 0

Osceola County

1 NE Ocheyedan 0 0

Dickinson County

Terril 0 0

Cherokee County

4 SW Cherokee 0 0

Plymouth County

5 SW Hinton 0 0

Woodbury County

Sioux City 0 0

Ida County

8 SE Ida Grove 0 0

Plymouth County

3 N Hinton 0 0

Plymouth County

5 SW Le Mars 0 0

Plymouth County

7 N Kingsley 0 0

Woodbury County

4 N Lawton 0 0

Woodbury County

5 E Bronson 0 0

Woodbury County

5 E Bronson 0 0

Woodbury County

3 N Oto 0 0

IOWA, Southwest

Mills County

Glenwood 0 0

Mills County

Mineola 0 0

Harrison County

Missouri Vly 0 0

Montgomery County

1 W Red Oak 0 0

Pottawattamie

County

Council Bluffs 0 1

Pottawattamie

County

Council Bluffs to 0 0

6 E Council Bluffs

Montgomery County

1 W Red Oak 0 0

Montgomery County

Stanton 0 0

Page County

Clarinda 0 0

Page County

3 E College Spgs 0 0

Fremont County

6 NW Hamburg 0 0

Fremont County

8 SSW Sidney 0 0

Mills County

1.5 W Malvern to 0 0

2 N Malvern

Fremont County

2.5 SW Riverton to 0 0

1 SE Riverton

Page County

2.5 W Coin to 0 0

.5 W Coin

Pottawattamie

County

2 N Carson 0 0

Page County

2 E Coin to 0 0

.5 NW Shambaugh

Pottawattamie

County

Oakland 0 0

Location Character of Storm

GEORGIA, East Central

Columbia County

1 W Evans Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

GEORGIA, Lower

Camden County

8 E Kingsland Tornado (F0)

Camden County

St Marys Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Camden County

St Marys Lightning

GEORGIA, Lower

Camden County

Harriets Bluff Hail (0.75)

Brantley County

3 SW Hoboken Hail (1.00)

Camden County

Woodbine Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

GEORGIA, North and Central

White County

Helen Thunderstorm Wind (G39)

Banks County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Banks County

Homer Hail (1.00)

Jackson County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Clarke County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Oglethorpe County

Crawford to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Sandy Cross

Greene County

2 NE Wrayswood Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Cobb County

Kennesaw to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Blackwells

Cobb County

Blackwells Heavy Rain

Fulton County

1 S Sandy Spgs to Heavy Rain

Sandy Spgs

Newton County

Covington Thunderstorm Wind (G39)

Cobb County

Marietta Flash Flood

Muscogee County

Columbus Flash Flood

Greene County

Union Pt Heavy Rain

Gwinnett County

Lilburn to Heavy Rain

Grayson

Bibb County

Macon Heavy Rain

Houston County

Warner Robins Flash Flood

Houston County

Warner Robins Lightning

Jones County

Haddock Thunderstorm Wind (G35)

Whitfield County

3 NNW Dawnville to Hail (1.00)

Toonnerville

Whitfield County

2 W Dawnville to Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Toonnerville

Floyd County

Armuchee to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Shannon

Walker County

Chickamauga to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

La Fayette

Cobb County

Marietta Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Gordon County

Sugar Vly to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Oakman

Gordon County

Oakman Hail (0.88)

Murray County

4 WNW Spring Place t Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

2 N Spring Place

Hall County

Flowery Branch Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Crisp County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Hall County

Gainesville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Fannin County

Epworth Lightning

Lumpkin County

1 WNW Dahlonega Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

White County

Nacoochee Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Pulaski County

4 N Hawkinsville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Union County

5 SE Blairsville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Morgan County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Bleckley County

1.5 NE Coley Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Cobb County

Kennesaw Heavy Rain

Douglas County

Douglasville Lightning

Douglas County

Lithia Spgs Hail (1.00)

Coweta County

Senoia Lightning

Taylor County

Butler Lightning

Putnam County

Eatonton Thunderstorm Wind (G39)

Oconee County

4 S Farmington Thunderstorm Wind (G39)

GEORGIA, Northeast

Rabun County

7 W Clayton Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Rabun County

11 WSW Clayton Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Elbert County

Elberton Heavy Rain

Rabun County

10 W Clayton to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

15 W Clayton

Habersham County

Clarkesville to Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Baldwin

Rabun County

Clayton Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Hart County

Hartwell Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Stephens County

Toccoa Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

GEORGIA, Southeast

Bulloch County

1 SW Stilson to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

1 E Stilson

Chatham County

2 S Ft Screven Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Liberty County

Riceboro Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Liberty County

Gum Branch Flash Flood

Chatham County

Savannah Flash Flood

Tattnall County

Collins Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Evans County

Claxton Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Liberty County

Allenhurst Hail (0.75)

GEORGIA, Southwest

Randolph County

Southeast Portion Flash Flood

GULF OF MEXICO

Destin To Pensacola

Fl Out 20Nm

Ft Walton Beach Marine Tstm Wind

Craig Key To The W

End Of The 7 Mile

Bridge Out 20Nm

5 S Marathon Marine Tstm Wind

Craig Key To The W

End Of The 7 Mile

Bridge Out 20Nm

Marathon Marine Tstm Wind

Florida Bay

Marathon Marine Tstm Wind

Pensacola Fl To

Pascagoula Ms Out

20Nm

Dauphin Island Marine Tstm Wind

Sw Pass Of The Ms R

To Atchafalaya R La

Out 20Nm

20 S Venice Marine Tstm Wind

Ocean Reef To Craig

Key Fl Out 20Nm

7 S Key Largo Marine Tstm Wind

Mobile Bay

Point Clear Marine Tstm Wind

Florida Bay

7 WNW Islamorada Waterspout

Gulf Side Of The

Lower Keys Out

20Nm

1 N Big Pine Key Waterspout

Florida Bay

5 NW Marathon Waterspout

Lake Ponchartrain

And Lake Maurepas

Lkfrnt Arpt New Marine Tstm Wind

Cameron La To High

Is Tx Out 20Nm

19 SE Mouth Of Sabina Marine Tstm Wind

Atchafalaya R To

Cameron La 20 To

60Nm

21 SE Cameron Marine Tstm Wind

Sw Pass Of The Ms R

To Atchafalaya R La

Out 20Nm

Grand Isle Marine Tstm Wind

Sw Pass Of The Ms R

To Atchafalaya R La

Out 20Nm

20 S Venice Marine Tstm Wind

Sw Pass Of The Ms R

To Atchafalaya R La

Out 20Nm

20 S Venice Marine Tstm Wind

Craig Key To The W

End Of The 7 Mile

Bridge Out 20Nm

6 S Marathon Marine Tstm Wind

Craig Key To The W

End Of The 7 Mile

Bridge 20 To 60Nm

6 S Marathon Marine Tstm Wind

Englewood To

Tarpon Springs Fl

Out 20Nm

12 NNW Longboat Key Waterspout

14 NNW Longboat

Lake Ponchartrain

And Lake Maurepas

Little Woods to Waterspout

Lkfrnt Arpt New

Lake Ponchartrain

And Lake Maurepas

W Lake Pontchartrain Marine Tstm Wind

Mobile Bay

Point Clear Marine Tstm Wind

Pascagoula Ms To Sw

Pass Of Ms R Out

20Nm

8 S Bay St. Louis Waterspout

Matagorda Bay

Port O’Connor Marine Tstm Wind

Freeport To

Matagorda Ship Chnl

Out 20Nm

20 SW Matagorda to Marine Tstm Wind

Matagorda

Pt O’Connor To

Aransas Pass

Port O’Connor Marine Tstm Wind

Pt O’Connor To

Aransas Pass

13 N Port Aransas Marine Tstm Wind

Pt O’Connor To

Aransas Pass

Mesquite Bay Marine Tstm Wind

Corpus Christi To

Baffin Bay

Port Aransas Marine Tstm Wind

Matagorda Ship Chnl

To Pt Aransas Out

20Nm

6 ESE Port Aransas to Marine Tstm Wind

7 ESE Port Aransas

Pt Aransas To Baffin

Bay Tx Out 20Nm

Port Aransas Marine Tstm Wind

Pt O’Connor To

Aransas Pass

Port Aransas Marine Tstm Wind

Pt Aransas To Baffin

Bay Tx Out 20Nm

7 SE Port Aransas Marine Tstm Wind

Corpus Christi To

Baffin Bay

10 SE Port Aransas Marine Tstm Wind

Corpus Christi To

Baffin Bay

Corpus Christi Marine Tstm Wind

Corpus Christi To

Baffin Bay

South Bird Island Marine Tstm Wind

Corpus Christi To

Baffin Bay

Baffin Bay Marine Tstm Wind

Bonita Beach To

Englewood Fl Out

20Nm

12 NW Bonita Beach to Waterspout

13 NW Bonita Beach

Bonita Beach To

Englewood Fl Out

20Nm

17 NW Bonita Beach to Waterspout

6.5 NW Bonita Beach

Bonita Beach To

Englewood Fl Out

20Nm

San Carlos Bay to Waterspout

5 NE San Carlos Bay

Gulf Side Of The

Lower Keys Out

20Nm

10 NE Key West Waterspout

Key W To Dry

Tortugas Waters

6 W Key West Waterspout

Gulf Side Of The

Lower Keys Out

20Nm

10 NE Key West Waterspout

W End Of The 7 Mile

Bridge To Key W Out

20Nm

8 SE Key West Waterspout

Craig Key To The W

End Of The 7 Mile

Bridge Out 20Nm

7 S Marathon Marine Tstm Wind

Lake Ponchartrain

And Lake Maurepas

1 N Lkfrnt Arpt New t Waterspout

2 N Lkfrnt Arpt New

Mobile Bay

Alabama Port Marine Tstm Wind

Pensacola Fl To

Pascagoula Ms Out

20Nm

Dauphin Island Marine Tstm Wind

Pensacola Fl To

Pascagoula Ms Out

20Nm

Ft Morgan Marine Tstm Wind

Pensacola Fl To

Pascagoula Ms 20 To

60Nm

Gulf Shores Marine Tstm Wind

Pensacola Fl To

Pascagoula Ms Out

20Nm

Gulf Shores Marine Tstm Wind

Pensacola Fl To

Pascagoula Ms 20 To

60Nm

Gulf Shores Marine Tstm Wind

Florida Bay

8 ENE Duck Key Waterspout

Craig Key To The W

End Of The 7 Mile

Bridge Out 20Nm

9 E Duck Key Waterspout

Suwannee R To

Apalachicola FI Out

20Nm

20 SE Apalachicola Waterspout

Gulf Side Of The

Lower Keys Out

20Nm

6 N Key West Waterspout

Gulf Side Of The

Lower Keys Out

20Nm

2 N Key West Waterspout

Lake Ponchartrain

And Lake Maurepas

Mid Lke Pontchartrain Marine Tstm Wind

Mobile Bay

Pinto Island Marine Tstm Wind

Englewood To

Tarpon Springs Fl

Out 20Nm

5 SW St Petersburg Be Waterspout

Florida Bay

5 N Marathon Waterspout

Florida Bay

5 WNW Islamorada Waterspout

Galveston Bay

Eagle Point Marine Tstm Wind

Englewood To

Tarpon Springs Fl

Out 20Nm

10 NE Longboat Key Waterspout

Englewood To

Tarpon Springs Fl

Out 20Nm

1.5 E St Petersburg Beach Waterspout

2 SE St Petersburg

Beach

Tampa Bay

Old Tampa Bay Waterspout

Suwannee R To

Apalachicola Fl Out

20Nm

15 SE Apalachicola Waterspout

Key W To Dry

Tortugas Waters

5 W Key West Waterspout

Galveston Bay

3 N Smith Pt Waterspout

Galveston Bay

5 S Texas City Waterspout

Gulf Side Of The

Lower Keys Out

20Nm

10 NE Key West Waterspout

HAWAII

HIZ021

Wildfire

Hawaii County

38 SW Hilo Heavy Rain

Hawaii County

16 NE Kailua Kona to Flash Flood

Captain Cook

HIZ002-008>009-012-

017-020-024>025

Heavy Surf/High Surf

Maui County

Kipahulu to Flash Flood

Ulupalakua

Hawaii County

15 NNE Kailua Kona Heavy Rain

Maui County

9 NW Hana to Heavy Rain

Kaupo

Honolulu County

Countywide Heavy Rain

Maui County

Maunaloa to Heavy Rain

15 ESE Kalaupapa

Kauai County

Hanalei to Heavy Rain

Kalaheo

Honolulu County

1.5 N Kahaluu Flash Flood

Maui County

Maunaloa to Heavy Rain

Kalaupapa

Kauai County

Countywide Flash Flood

Honolulu County

Waialua to Heavy Rain

Ewa

Hawaii County

Kailua Kona to Heavy Rain

Captain Cook

IDAHO, Extreme Southeast

IDAHO, North

Lemhi County

6 SE North Fork Thunderstorm Wind (G54)

Lemhi County

Salmon Thunderstorm Wind (G53)

IDAHO, Northwest

Kootenai County

(Coe)Coeur D’Alene A Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

IDAHO, Southeast

Butte County

10 S Howe Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Butte County

Central Portion Thunderstorm Wind (G51)

Clark County

Dubois Thunderstorm Wind (G54)

Fremont County

Ashton Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Power County

Pocatello Arpt Thunderstorm Wind (G58)

Madison County

Sugar City Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Bingham County

Blackfoot Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Bonneville County

Idaho Falls Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Bannock County

Inkom Flash Flood

Cassia County

8 SW Oakley Flash Flood

Fremont County

23 E St Anthony Flash Flood

Caribou County

Grace Hail (0.88)

Caribou County

Grace Flash Flood

Caribou County

Grace Flash Flood

Butte County

25 SE Arco Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Bannock County

7 N Chubbuck Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Bingham County

Ft Hall Thunderstorm Wind (G53)

Bingham County

Blackfoot Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Jefferson County

4 SW Hamer Thunderstorm Wind (G58)

Bingham County

Firth Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Bonneville County

Bone Hail (0.75)

Bingham County

Moreland Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Fremont County

Macks Inn Hail (0.75)

IDAHO, Southwest

ILLINOIS, Central

Schuyler County

5 S Rushville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

De Witt County

Waynesville to

Clinton Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Menard County

Oakford Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Logan County

Lincoln to Hail (1.75)

Beason

Logan County

1 S Lincoln Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Piatt County

Cisco Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

De Witt County

Clinton Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Macon County

Decatur Arpt Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Stark County

2 SW Toulon Flash Flood

Stark County

3 SW Toulon Hail (0.75)

Stark County

3 SW Toulon Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Marshall County

Varna Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Sangamon County

Chatham Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Mclean County

Lexington Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Moultrie County

Lovington Hail (1.50)

Moultrie County

2 SE Lovington Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Coles County

4 SE Humboldt to Hail (1.75)

Charleston

Coles County

Humboldt to Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

4 SE Humboldt

Clark County

Marshall Hail (0.75)

Knox County

1 W Maquon Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Fulton County

2 SW Farmington Hail (0.88)

Peoria County

4 SW Trivoli Hail (1.50)

Peoria County

4 SW Trivoli Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Fulton County

London Mills to Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Canton

Peoria County

1 E Trivoli Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Tazewell County

South Pekin Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Lawrence County

Sumner to Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

St Francisville

Vermilion County

Hoopeston Flash Flood

Morgan County

Prentice Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Cass County

Ashland Hail (1.75)

Cass County

Ashland Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Menard County

Tallula Hail (1.00)

Cass County

Countywide Flash Flood

Schuyler County

Rushville Flash Flood

Morgan County

Jacksonville Flash Flood

Menard County

Countywide Flash Flood

Logan County

San Jose to Flash Flood

Lincoln

Mason County

Mason City Flash Flood

Mclean County

Bloomington to Flash Flood

Normal

De Witt County

Clinton Flash Flood

Mason County

3 N Argenta to Flash Flood

Decatur

Sangamon County

Springfield Flash Flood

Effingham County

Effingham Flash Flood

Jasper County

North Portion Flash Flood

Sangamon County

1.5 W Chatham Tornado (F0)

Sangamon County

1 NE Springfield Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Macon County

2 N Forsyth Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Vermilion County

Rankin Flash Flood

ILLINOIS, Northeast

Will County

5 NE Lockport Hail (0.88)

Will County

5 NE Lockport Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Livingston County

3 SE Streator Hail (1.75)

Ogle County

Mt Morris to Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Byron

Winnebago County

Rockford Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Lee County

Dixon Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Winnebago County

Winnebago Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

ILZ003>004-013-021

Flood

De Kalb County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G56)

La Salle County

Peru to Thunderstorm Wind (G56)

Ottawa

Kane County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Kendall County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Grundy County

Mazon to Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Morris

Will County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Du Page County

Lombard Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Du Page County

Downers Grove Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Cook County

Chicago Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Kankakee County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Will County

5 S Naperville Hail (0.75)

Will County

Plainfield Hail (0.88)

Will County

5 N Plainfield Lightning

Cook County

Chicago Ridge Hail (0.88)

Du Page County

Naperville Hail (0.75)

Cook County

Oak Lawn Hail (0.75)

Cook County

Chicago Hail (0.88)

Grundy County

2 W Morris Hail (0.75)

Cook County

Tinley Park Lightning

Ford County

Kempton Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

De Kalb County

3 S De Kalb Hail (1.75)

De Kalb County

7.1 SE De Kalb to Tornado (F0)

8.2 SE De Kalb

Kane County

2.5 WSW Hampshire to Tornado (F0)

2.5 WNW Hampshire

Kane County

5.2 N Elburn to Tornado (F0)

5.3 N Elburn

Mchenry County

3.2 WSW Me Henry Tornado (F0)

Kane County

Elgin Hail (1.00)

ILZ033

Flood

Ogle County

Polo Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Ogle County

Davis Jct Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Winnebago County

Rockford to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Roscoe

Boone County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Mchenry County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Kane County

Sleepy Hollow Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Lake County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Will County

Joliet Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Du Page County

Downers Grove Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Livingston County Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Dwight

Grundy County

Central Portion Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Mchenry County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

ILLINOIS, Northeast

Cook County

Evanston Lightning

Grundy County

3 N Morris Flash Flood

Kendall County

Lisbon Hail (0.75)

Will County

Romeoville to Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Crest Hill

ILZ014-019-022

Flood

La Salle County

Marseilles Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Du Page County

Willowbrook Flash Flood

ILLINOIS, Northwest

Carroll County

Marcus to Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Ms Pallisades Sp

Whiteside County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

ILLINOIS, Northwest

Warren County

Kirkwood Hail (1.75)

Henderson County

1 N Stronghurst

Hail (1.00)

Henderson County

Stronghurst Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Henderson County

4.7 N Biggsville Hail (1.75)

Henderson County

2 WSW Gladstone to Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

1.5 S Gladstone

Hancock County

Fountain Green Hail (1.00)

Hancock County

5.6 SE Carthage Thunderstorm Wind (G59)

ILZ034>035

Flood

Hancock County

5.6 SE Carthage Thunderstorm Wind (G59)

ILLINOIS, South

Franklin County

Ewing Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

ILLINOIS, South

Jefferson County

Countywide Flash Flood

Edwards County

Countywide Flash Flood

Wabash County

Countywide Flash Flood

Wayne County

2 S Fairfield Flash Flood

White County

Countywide Flash Flood

ILZ083

Flood

White County

Carmi Hail (1.00)

White County

Carmi Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Perry County

Du Quoin Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

ILLINOIS, South

White County

Carmi Flash Flood

Perry County

Du Quoin Flash Flood

Jefferson County

2 E Mt Vernon Flash Flood

Wayne County

Fairfield Flash Flood

Jackson County

6 WNW Murphysboro Flash Flood

Franklin County

Countywide Flash Flood

Hamilton County

Mc Leansboro Flash Flood

ILLINOIS, Southwest

Marion County

Odin Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Marion County

2 E Sandoval Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

St. Clair County

4 S St Libory Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

St. Clair County

4 N Marissa Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Marion County

3 E Centralia Hail (0.75)

Marion County

Centralia Thunderstorm Wind (G53)

Clinton County

4 E Hoffman Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Madison County

Alton Tornado (F0)

Madison County

Alton Lightning

Madison County

Godfrey Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Adams County

Countywide Flash Flood

Brown County

Countywide Flash Flood

Pike County

Countywide Flash Flood

Greene County

1 SW White Hall Funnel Cloud

Madison County

2 N Troy Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Jersey County

Elsah Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Madison County

Godfrey Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Macoupin County

10 SSW Carlinville Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Macoupin County

9 S Carlinville Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Montgomery County

Raymond Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Madison County

(Aln)Stl Rgnl Arpt A Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Fayette County

Countywide Flash Flood

Marion County

Countywide Flash Flood

Adams County

Countywide Flash Flood

Brown County

Countywide Flash Flood

INDIANA, Central

Hamilton County

Fishers Lightning

Monroe County

5 WNW Bloomington Tornado (F0)

Decatur County

Greensburg Lightning

Carroll County

2 W Camden Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Owen County

Spencer Hail (0.88)

Monroe County

2 E Ellettsville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Owen County

2 N Spencer Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Monroe County

12 S Bloomington Hail (0.75)

Monroe County

Bloomington Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Randolph County

3 SE Modoc Hail (0.88)

Greene County

Bloomfield Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Lawrence County

3 E Bedford Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Clay County

Coalmont Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Sullivan County

Sullivan Flash Flood

Owen County

Freedom Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Marion County

Lawrence Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Jackson County

Brownstown Flash Flood

Jennings County

Countywide Flash Flood

Carroll County

Flora Flash Flood

INZ021

Flood

INZ029-035

Flood

INDIANA, Northeast

La Porte County

La Porte Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Pulaski County

Winamac Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Starke County

5 SSE Knox Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Fulton County

6 N Rochester Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Marshall County

2 SE Culver Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Marshall County

Plymouth Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

St. Joseph County

Granger Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Elkhart County

Elkhart Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

La Porte County

Michigan City Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

St. Joseph County

3 N South Bend Hail (1.00)

St. Joseph County

3 N South Bend Thunderstorm Wind (G58)

St. Joseph County

1 S South Bend Hail (1.00)

St. Joseph County

Mishawaka Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

St. Joseph County

South Bend Hail (0.75)

Elkhart County

Goshen Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Pulaski County

3 NE Francesville Hail (1.75)

La Porte County

Michigan City Hail (1.75)

La Porte County

Michigan City Thunderstorm Wind (G59)

La Porte County

La Porte Hail (0.75)

La Porte County

4 SE Westville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

St. Joseph County

Mishawaka Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Fulton County

Rochester Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Elkhart County

4 NW Elkhart Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

White County

Monticello Flash Flood

White County

Monticello Flash Flood

White County

Monticello Flash Flood

White County

Monticello Flash Flood

INDIANA, Northwest

Lake County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Porter County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Jasper County

Wheatfield Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Jasper County

4 SE Wheatfield Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Jasper County

Remington Lightning

Lake County

Hammond Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

INZ001-010

Flood

INDIANA, South Central

INDIANA, Southeast

Dearborn County

Lawrenceburg Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

INDIANA, Southwest

Gibson County

South Portion Flash Flood

Posey County

Countywide Flash Flood

Vanderburgh County

North Portion Flash Flood

Gibson County

Owensville to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Oakland City

Gibson County

Francisco Flash Flood

Vanderburgh County Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Stacer

IOWA, Central

Boone County

Boone Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Boone County

2 W Boone Hail (0.88)

Boone County

4 ESE Boone Hail (0.88)

Polk County

Des Moines Hail (0.88)

Decatur County Hail (0.88)

Decatur City

Cass County

Atlantic Hail (1.75)

Ringgold County

2 S Mt Ayr Hail (1.00)

Ringgold County

6 N Mt Ayr Hail (0.75)

Wapello County

Ottumwa Arpt Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Greene County

4 WNW Churdan Hail (0.75)

Greene County

3 N Churdan Hail (1.75)

Greene County

2 W Paton Hail (0.75)

Greene County

2 NE Grand Jet Hail (0.75)

Calhoun County

4 S Farnhamville Hail (1.00)

Boone County

Ogden Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Polk County

Johnston Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Polk County

West Des Moines Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Polk County

Altoona Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Boone County

5 W Boone Hail (1.75)

Polk County

Runnells Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Marion County

Pleasantville Hail (1.75)

Marion County

Knoxville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Marion County

Knoxville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Marion County

Knoxville Arpt Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Davis County

5 W Drakesville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Wapello County

Ottumwa Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Wapello County

3 S Ottumwa Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Winnebago County

Scarville Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Calhoun County

Rockwell City Hail (0.75)

Calhoun County

Rockwell City Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Webster County

Callender Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Greene County

Churdan Hail (0.75)

Franklin County

Bradford Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Greene County

Churdan Hail (1.00)

Greene County

Dana Hail (0.88)

Hardin County

Iowa Falls Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

Franklin County

7 S Hampton Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Hardin County

Iowa Falls Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Boone County

Pilot Mound Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Franklin County

10 S Hampton Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Boone County

Boone Muni Arpt Thunderstorm Wind (G53)

Story County

1 NW Zearing Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Hamilton County

4 E Randall Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Hardin County

Radcliffe Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Hardin County

Eldora Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Story County

Roland Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Boone County

Pilot Mound Hail (1.00)

Hardin County

8 SW Hubbard to Tornado (F0)

6 S Radcliffe

Story County

Mc Callsburg Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Boone County

Boone Hail (0.75)

Story County

15 E Story City Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Story County

1.5 NNE Zearing to Tornado (F1)

1.5 ENE Zearing

Marshall County

State Center Thunderstorm Wind (G54)

Grundy County

5 E Wellsburg Hail (1.75)

Grundy County

Wellsburg Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Story County

2 W Kelley Hail (0.75)

Boone County

Boone Hail (0.75)

Marshall County

Albion to Tornado (FI)

5 E Albion

Marshall County

Marshalltown Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Marshall County

Albion Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Marshall County

Liscomb Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Marshall County

Marshalltown Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Grundy County

Dike Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Story County

Maxwell Hail (1.00)

Black Hawk County

Cedar Falls Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Carroll County

5 E Carroll Hail (0.75)

Marshall County

Albion Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Black Hawk County

Waterloo Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Tama County

5 S Montour Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Black Hawk County

10 S Waterloo Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Tama County

Toledo Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Audubon County

1 W Audubon Hail (1.00)

Audubon County

Audubon Hail (1.00)

Franklin County

6 SSW Hampton Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Guthrie County

10 W Guthrie Center Hail (0.75)

Dallas County

5 E De Soto Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Hardin County

Iowa Falls Lightning

Cass County

Griswold Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Warren County

Indianola Flash Flood

Dallas County

5 E De Soto Flash Flood

Warren County

4 N Milo Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Marion County

Knoxville Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Marion County

Pella Lightning

Lucas County

Williamson Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Mahaska County

Oskaloosa Lightning

Adams County

Corning Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Taylor County

4 N New Market Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Decatur County

4 S Garden Grove Hail (0.75)

Decatur County

3 S Davis City Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Wayne County

Clio Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Wayne County

Corydon Lightning

Decatur County

2 SE Garden Grove Flash Flood

Calhoun County

Rinard Hail (0.75)

Carroll County

Breda Hail (0.88)

Carroll County

1 W Carroll Hail (0.88)

Carroll County

Lidderdale Hail (1.00)

Webster County

4 SW Gowrie Tornado (F0)

Worth County

5 E Joice Hail (1.00)

Worth County

Kensett Hail (1.00)

Greene County

5 NNW Dana Hail (1.25)

Greene County

1 W Paton Hail (1.00)

Greene County

5 NW Grand Jet Hail (1.00)

Franklin County

3 WSW Coulter Hail (0.88)

Franklin County

Hampton Hail (1.00)

Franklin County

Hampton Hail (1.50)

Franklin County

5 NW Ackley Hail (0.88)

Franklin County

5 NW Ackley Hail (0.88)

Franklin County

9 SE Bradford to Tornado (F0)

9.5 SE Bradford

Hardin County

1 W Ackley Tornado (F0)

Hardin County

2 W Ackley to Tornado (F1)

1 S Ackley

Hardin County

Ackley Hail (1.00)

Grundy County

5 NW Wellsburg Hail (1.75)

Butler County

Southwest Portion Flash Flood

Grundy County

Northwest Portion Flash Flood

Hardin County

Ackley Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Wright County

Down Hail (0.88)

Franklin County

Popejoy Hail (0.75)

Hardin County

Northeast Portion Flash Flood

Marshall County

2 SSW Clemons Hail (1.00)

Marshall County

3 SE Rhodes Hail (0.75)

Jasper County

4 E Baxter Hail (0.75)

Decatur County

5 N Leon Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Wayne County

Humeston Thunderstorm Wind (G53)

Wapello County

Eddyville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Dallas County

2 SW Dawson Hail (1.00)

Guthrie County

3 E Yale Hail (0.88)

Taylor County

8 WSW Bedford Arpt Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Taylor County

Gravity Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Taylor County

4 N Bedford Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Taylor County

Lenox Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Ringgold County

9 N Mt Ayr Hail (1.75)

Ringgold County

9 N Mt Ayr Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Adams County

5 NE Prescott Hail (0.75)

Decatur County

Grand River Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Clarke County

1 E Osceola Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Marion County

10 S Knoxville Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Wapello County

Ottumwa Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Mahaska County

10 NW Oskaloosa Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Appanoose County

Moravia Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Monroe County

Albia Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Wapello County

Blakesburg Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Hancock County

Kanawha Hail (0.75)

Humboldt County

Hardy Hail (0.75)

Pocahontas County

10 E Pocahontas Hail (2.75)

Pocahontas County

7 E Pocahontas Hail (1.50)

Hancock County

Kanawha Hail (3.00)

Humboldt County

3 E Bradgate Hail (1.75)

Hancock County

Kanawha Hail (5.50)

Humboldt County

2 N Humboldt Hail (1.75)

Humboldt County

2 N Humboldt Tornado (F0)

Cerro Gordo County

5 SSW Ventura Hail (0.88)

Crawford County

Kiron Hail (1.75)

Sac County

5 S Odebolt Hail (1.75)

Sac County

Odebolt Hail (2.50)

Audubon County

Exira Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Sac County

3 S Lake View Hail (0.88)

Boone County

5 SW Ogden Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Boone County

5 SW Ogden Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Taylor County

Gravity Hail (0.75)

Taylor County

10 N Bedford Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Boone County

Ogden Hail (0.88)

Boone County

Boone Hail (0.88)

Boone County

Boone Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Boone County

Boone Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Boone County

Boone Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Taylor County

3 E Conway Hail (0.75)

Polk County

4 W Alleman Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Story County

Ames Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Story County

5 S Story City Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Boone County

Madrid Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Story County

2 N Ames Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Story County

2 W Maxwell Tornado (F0)

Boone County

5 E Luther Hail (0.88)

Boone County

5 E Luther Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Ringgold County

3 S Diagonal Hail (0.88)

Ringgold County

3 S Diagonal Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Story County

1 N Ames Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Story County

Huxley Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Story County

1 W Kelley Hail (0.88)

Story County

1 W Kelley Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Story County

2 NW Maxwell Tornado (F0)

Story County

5 S Ames Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Story County

Collins Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Marshall County

1 S Melbourne to Tornado (F1)

2.2 E Melbourne

Ringgold County

5 NNE Mt Ayr Hail (0.75)

Decatur County

Grand River Hail (1.00)

Decatur County

Grand River Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Story County

3 E Colo Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Marshall County

Gilman Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Tama County

4 SE Gladbrook Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Decatur County

Le Roy Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Marshall County

6 S Marshalltown Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Marshall County

Marshalltown Arpt Thunderstorm Wind (G54)

Marshall County

Marshalltown Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Jasper County

3 NW Baxter Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Jasper County

Baxter Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Tama County

5 E Tama Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Marshall County

Gilman Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Union County

Afton Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Union County

Afton Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Black Hawk County

3 N Hudson Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Union County

Afton Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Wayne County

Humeston Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Black Hawk County

Elk Run Hgts Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Decatur County

Garden Grove Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Black Hawk County

Evansdale Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Clarke County

Murray Hail (0.75)

Marshall County

Ferguson Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Monroe County

2 W Melrose Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Decatur County

Leon Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Decatur County

Decatur City Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Decatur County

Leon Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Monroe County

Albia Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Appanoose County

Moravia Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Wapello County

2 S Chillicothe Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Wapello County

Eddyville Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Davis County

Countywide Flash Flood

Jasper County

4 NE Monroe Hail (1.00)

Jasper County

1 SW Reasnor Hail (1.00)

Jasper County

3 NE Reasnor Hail (1.75)

Polk County

West Des Moines Lightning

Jasper County

2 S Kellogg Hail (1.00)

Jasper County

6 E Kellogg Hail (1.00)

Poweshiek County

Grinnell Hail (0.75)

Clarke County

7 NNW Osceola Hail (1.00)

Lucas County

Williamson Hail (0.75)

Crawford County

3 WNW Ricketts Hail (0.75)

IOWA, East Central and Southeast

Benton County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Iowa County

Ladora Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Linn County

2.2 W Center Pt to Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Center Pt

Iowa County

Williamsburg Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Jones County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Johnson County

5 E Iowa City Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Jackson County

2 NW Maquoketa Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Muscatine County

Muscatine Muni Arpt Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Jackson County

Maquoketa Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Van Buren County

Farmington Lightning

Des Moines County

2 N Burlington Funnel Cloud

Louisa County

Letts Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Henry County

Mt Pleasant Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Des Moines County

5 N Danville Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Des Moines County

1 N Burlington Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Jefferson County

Fairfield Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Benton County

Belle Plaine Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Benton County

Atkins Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Iowa County

Ladora Heavy Rain

Iowa County

Marengo to Heavy Rain

Amana

Linn County

Palo Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Linn County

Hiawatha Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Linn County

Cedar Rapids Heavy Rain

Delaware County

Colesburg Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Linn County

Fairfax Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Linn County

3.3 N Marion Arpt Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Iowa County

Ladora Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Dubuque County

3 SW Dyersville Funnel Cloud

Iowa County

Middle Amana to Flash Flood

Amana

Jackson County

Bellevue Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Van Buren County

South Portion Flash Flood

Linn County

2.4 NNW Marion Tornado (F1)

Linn County

1.7 WSW Whittier to Tornado (F1)

1.1 W Whittier

Delaware County

.1 S Hopkinton to Tornado (F1)

2.8 NE Hopkinton

Johnson County

2 S Cosgrove Hail (0.75)

IAZ063

Flood

IOWA, Northeast

Winneshiek County

2 W Decorah Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Mitchell County

3 SE New Haven Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Winneshiek County

8 NE Decorah Hail (0.75)

Allamakee County

Waukon Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Lyon County

2 W Little Rock Hail (0.75)

Dickinson County

Lake Park Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Osceola County

1 NE Ocheyedan Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Dickinson County

Terril Hail (0.88)

Cherokee County

4 SW Cherokee Hail (0.88)

Plymouth County

5 SW Hinton Hail (0.75)

Woodbury County

Sioux City Hail (0.88)

Ida County

8 SE Ida Grove Hail (1.00)

Plymouth County

3 N Hinton Hail (1.00)

Plymouth County

5 SW Le Mars Hail (0.88)

Plymouth County

7 N Kingsley Hail (0.75)

Woodbury County

4 N Lawton Hail (1.00)

Woodbury County

5 E Bronson Hail (1.00)

Woodbury County

5 E Bronson Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Woodbury County

3 N Oto Hail (0.75)

IOWA, Southwest

Mills County

Glenwood Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Mills County

Mineola Hail (1.00)

Harrison County

Missouri Vly Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Montgomery County

1 W Red Oak Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Pottawattamie

County

Council Bluffs Lightning

Pottawattamie

County

Council Bluffs to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

6 E Council Bluffs

Montgomery County

1 W Red Oak Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Montgomery County

Stanton Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Page County

Clarinda Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Page County

3 E College Spgs Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Fremont County

6 NW Hamburg Hail (0.75)

Fremont County

8 SSW Sidney Hail (1.75)

Mills County

1.5 W Malvern to Hail (1.00)

2 N Malvern

Fremont County

2.5 SW Riverton to Tornado (F2)

1 SE Riverton

Page County

2.5 W Coin to Tornado (F0)

.5 W Coin

Pottawattamie

County

2 N Carson Hail (0.88)

Page County

2 E Coin to Tornado (F2)

.5 NW Shambaugh

Pottawattamie

County

Oakland Hail (0.75)

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