Storm data and unusual weather phenomena

Storm data and unusual weather phenomena

Storm Data and Unusual Weather Phenomen

Time Path Path

Local/ Length Width

Location Date Standard (Miles) (Yards)

OREGON, Central and East

ORZ049 Grand Ronde Valley

15 0115PST

1435PST

Wind gusts up to 52 MPH one mile north

of Union snapped one to four inch

diameter tree limbs.

OREGON, Northwest

NONE REPORTED.

OREGON, Southeast

NONE REPORTED.

OREGON, Southwest

ORZ027 South Central Oregon Cascades

03 1930PST

Strong winds swept into Crater Lake

National Park at around 1930 PST on

11/03/04. Winds were estimated to be

gusting to 65 mph from the northwest.

30 to 40 large trees fell in the Munson

Valley area. Three trees fell on the

the west end roof of the community

center, causing considerable damage.

Trees also fell on the Good-by picnic

area comfort station, one house in

Sleepy Hollow, and and a stone house

that was being rehabilitated as part of

the Science and Learning Center.

No warning was in effect for this

event.

PACIFIC

NOT RECEIVED.

PENNSYLVANIA, Central

Lycoming County

Trout Run 25 0645EST

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees

in Trout Run.

Lycoming County

Jersey Shr 25 0655EST

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees

in Jersey Shore across Route 44.

Columbia County

Numidia 25 0730EST

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees

in Locust Township near Numidia.

Lebanon County

Richland 25 0805EST

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees

in Richland on the morning of November

25th. Several trees and large branches

were snapped off, one of which landed

on a house. Another large tree was

uprooted, and one telephone pole was

dislodged.

PAZ058 Schuylkill

28 0700EST

1230EST

Heavy rain over eastern Pennsylvania

caused flooding in Schuylkill County

during the morning of November 28th. A

number of flooded basements and at

least one road closure were noted due

to high water. Small streams and

creeks, along with the Landingville

gage on the Schuylkill River, showed

sharp rises in response to between 2

and 3 inches of rain.

PAZ059 Lebanon

28 1830EST

29 0345EST

Heavy rain caused flooding along

Swatara Creek at Harper Tavern. The

creek rose above flood stage of 9.0

feet at 18:30 EST on the 28th, crested

at 9.56 feet at 23:30 EST on the 28th,

then fell back below flood stage at

03:45 EST on the 29th.

PENNSYLVANIA, East

PAZ054>055- Carbon–Monroe–Berks–Lehigh–

060>062-067>071 Northampton–Chester–Montgomery–

Bucks–Delaware Philadelphia

05 0400EST

1500EST

The pressure gradient (difference)

between an intensifying low pressure

system that moved northeast through the

Saint Lawrence Valley and a high

pressure system building east from the

Southern Plains produces strong winds

across Eastern Pennsylvania between 4

a.m. and 3 p.m. EST. Strongest wind

gusts averaged around 45 mph. In

Philadelphia, a towering sign along

Delaware Avenue was damaged by the

wind. The wind snapped a weld at the

first joint about 30 feet above the

ground and the rest of the greater than

100 foot pole was leaning visibly. A

section of a parking lot near the sign

was closed as a precaution.

Peak wind gusts included 46 mph at the

Northeast Philadelphia Airport, 44 mph

at London Grove (Chester County), 43

mph in Mount Pocono (Monroe County), 41

mph at both Doylestown (Bucks County)

and Pottstown (Montgomery County), 39

mph at the Philadelphia International

Airport and 37 mph at the Lehigh Valley

International Airport.

PAZ054>055 Carbon–Monroe

12 0600EST

13 0200EST

A wintry mix of snow and freezing rain

fell across the Poconos, especially in

the higher terrain of Carbon and Monroe

Counties. Precipitation started as rain

before sunrise on the 12th, but changed

over to snow around dawn. The snow

ended during the afternoon. But, when

precipitation started again during the

early evening, it fell as freezing

rain. The freezing rain changed back to

snow later that evening and ended

during the early morning of the 13th.

Since the ground was still warm, the

freezing rain mainly accrued to exposed

surfaces such as trees, wires and

bridges. Ice accretions were less than

two-tenths of an inch. Snow accumula-

tions were also on the light side, less

than one inch. This was the first

wintry precipitation event of the fall

and winter season.

A cold front moved through the North-

east on the 11th. A high pressure

system with a fresh supply of cold air

then moved east and reached northern

New England the morning of the 12th.

Another high pressure system followed

quickly behind and reinforced the cold

air near the surface. Meanwhile, a low

pressure system formed on the old cold

front in the lower Mississippi Valley

during the morning of the 11th. It

moved northeast and reached the

southern Appalachians the morning of

the 12th and was just east of Cape Cod

on the morning of the 13th. The low

pressure system brought moisture and

warmer air aloft, while the high

pressure system kept cold air (below

freezing temperatures) locked in at the

surface throughout most of this event.

Northampton County

Nazareth 25 0915EST

A severe thunderstorm pulled down

several trees in Nazareth Township.

Chester County

Kennett Square 25 0950EST

A severe thunderstorm knocked down a

couple of trees and wires in south-

eastern Chester County, mainly near the

Delaware County border. In Kenneth

Square, three spans of power lines and

two poles were knocked down. PECO

Energy reported about 11,000 homes and

businesses lost power in their service

area.

Delaware County

Springfield 25 1000EST

A severe thunderstorm knocked down

trees and wires mainly in eastern

Delaware County. In Springfield

Township, a downed linden tree wrecked

a minivan and punctured a hole in the

roof of the nearby house. PECO Energy

reported about 11,000 homes and

businesses lost power in their service

area, with the greatest concentration

in Delaware County.

Philadelphia County

Philadelphia 25 1005EST

A severe thunderstorm knocked down a

couple of trees and wires in

Philadelphia, mainly near the Delaware

County border. PECO Energy reported

about 11,000 homes and businesses lost

power in their service area.

Montgomery County

Merion Station 25 1005EST

A severe thunderstorm knocked down a

couple of trees and wires in south-

western Montgomery County, mainly near

the Delaware County border. PECO Energy

reported about 11,000 homes and

businesses lost power in their service

area.

Carbon County

Countywide 28 OOOOEST

1000EST

Monroe County

Countywide 28 OOOOEST

1000EST

A strong cold front and a prolonged

flow from the Gulf of Mexico and nearby

Atlantic produced heavy rain across the

Poconos from around Midnight EST

through 10 a.m. EST on the 28th. Storm

totals of 3 to 4 inches produced

widespread poor drainage flooding. In

Carbon County, several roads were

closed in Lehighton, Franklin Township

and Lower Towamensing Township. Storm

totals included 3.96 inches in Mount

Pocono (Monroe County), 3.92 inches in

Pocono Summit (Monroe County) and 3.12

inches in Lehighton (Carbon County).

The low pressure system driving the

cold front moved northeast from the

central Mississippi Valley the morning

of the 27th, to near Green Bay,

Wisconsin at 7 p.m. EST on the 27th,

western Lake Huron at 7 a.m. EST on the

28th and then through Ontario Province,

Canada during the day on the 28th. Its

associated cold front moved east from

central Indiana at 7 p.m. EST on the

27th to central Ohio at 1 a.m. EST on

the 28th, to western Pennsylvania at 7

a.m. EST on the 28th and into eastern

New Jersey at 1 p.m. EST on the 28th.

The heavy rain ended with the passage

of the cold front. A very deep and

strong southeast to south flow preceded

the cold front. The combination of the

wind direction and speed and upslope

flow helped drop heavy rain across the

Poconos.

PAZ054>055- Carbon–Monroe–Berks–Lehigh–

060>062-067>071 Northampton–Chester–Montgomery–

Bucks–Delaware–Philadelphia

28 0300EST

0900EST

A strong southeast flow preceding a

cold front produced strong winds across

Eastern Pennsylvania during the first

half of the day on the 28th. The

combination of strong winds and the

heavy rain knocked down numerous trees

and power lines and caused outages. The

greatest number of outages were

concentrated in the Lehigh Valley. The

strong winds damaged the roof trusses

at the construction site of the new

Forks Township (Northampton County)

firehouse. The electrical and plumbing

work inside the unfinished fire station

was damaged when the trusses fell

inside the building. In Northampton

County, power outages occurred in Wind

Gap, Wilson, Pen Argyl, Plainfield,

Palmer, Raubsville, Lower Saucon and

Upper Mount Bethel. All power was

restored that evening. Elsewhere, in

Kintnersville (Bucks County), a tree

fell on a power substation and caused

about 600 people to lose power. Peak

wind gusts included 39 mph in Mount

Pocono (Monroe County) and at the

Philadelphia International Airport.

The strong southeast winds preceded the

cold frontal passage. The cold front

moved east from central Indiana at 7

p.m. EST on the 27th to central Ohio at

1 a.m. EST on the 28th, to western

Pennsylvania at 7 a.m. EST on the 28th

and into eastern New Jersey at 1 p.m.

EST on the 28th.

PAZ067 Chester

28 0534EST

2321EST

A strong cold front and a prolonged

flow from the Gulf of Mexico and nearby

Atlantic Ocean produced heavy rain

across Chester County from around 2

a.m. EST through 8 a.m. EST on the

28th. Storm totals of 2 to 3 inches

produced widespread poor drainage

flooding and stream and creek flooding.

Fallen leaves exacerbated the poor

drainage flooding. In Downingtown,

flooding along the East Branch of the

Brandywine Creek caused several roads

to be barricaded and closed. The creek

also flooded Johnsontown Park.

No homes were flooded.

The East Branch of the Brandywine Creek

at Downingtown was above its 7 foot

flood stage from 632 a.m. through 352

p.m. EST on the 28th. It crested at

10.63 feet at 1130 a.m. EST. The West

Branch of the Brandywine Creek at Honey

Brook was above its 7 foot flood stage

from 809 a.m. EST through 1151 a.m. EST

on the 28th. It crested at 7.36 feet at

930 a.m. EST. Along the main stem of

the Brandywine Creek at Chadds Ford,

the creek was above its 9 foot flood

stage from 1112 a.m. EST through 1121

p.m. EST. It crested at 10.36 feet at

657 p.m. EST. The Valley Creek at

Valley Forge was above its 7 foot flood

stage from 534 a.m. through 1107 a.m.

EST on the 28th. It crested at 8.44

feet at 815 a.m. EST.

Strom totals included 3.18 inches in

Glenmoore, 2.75 inches in Downingtown

and West Chester, 2.54 inches in Exton

and 1.95 inches in Honey Brook.

The low pressure system driving the

cold front moved northeast from the

central Mississippi Valley the morning

of the 27th, to near Green Bay,

Wisconsin at 7 p.m. EST on the 27th,

western Lake Huron at 7 a.m. EST on the

28th and then through Ontario Province,

Canada during the day on the 28th. Its

associated cold front moved east from

central Indiana at 7 p.m. EST on the

27th to central Ohio at 1 a.m. EST on

the 28th, to western Pennsylvania at 7

a.m. EST on the 28th and into eastern

New Jersey at 1 p.m. EST on the 28th.

The heavy rain ended with the passage

of the cold front. A very deep and

strong southeast to south flow preceded

the cold front and helped drop heavy

rain across Chester County.

PAZ070 Delaware

28 0611EST

2321EST

A strong cold front and a prolonged

flow from the Gulf of Mexico and nearby

Atlantic Ocean produced heavy rain

across Delaware County from around

Midnight EST through 9 a.m. EST on the

28th. Storm totals of around 2 inches

produced widespread poor drainage

flooding and stream and creek flooding.

Fallen leaves exacerbated the poor

drainage flooding.

The Brandywine Creek at Chadds Ford was

above its 9 foot flood stage from 1112

a.m. EST through 1121 p.m. EST. It

crested at 10.36 feet at 657 p.m. EST.

The Crum Creek at Newtown Square was

above its 6 foot flood stage from 611

a.m. through 1209 p.m. EST on the 28th.

It crested at 8.18 feet at 9 a.m. EST.

The Chester Creek at Chester was above

its 8 foot flood stage from 645 a.m.

through 1158 a.m. EST on the 28th. It

crested at 10.18 feet at 815 a.m. EST.

The low pressure system driving the

cold front moved northeast from the

central Mississippi Valley the morning

of the 27th, to near Green Bay,

Wisconsin at 7 p.m. EST on the 27th,

western Lake Huron at 7 a.m. EST on the

28th and then through Ontario Province,

Canada during the day on the 28th. Its

associated cold front moved east from

central Indiana at 7 p.m. EST on the

27th to central Ohio at 1 a.m. EST on

the 28th, to western Pennsylvania at 7

a.m. EST on the 28th and into eastern

New Jersey at 1 p.m. EST on the 28th.

The heavy rain ended with the passage

of the cold front. A very deep and

strong southeast to south flow preceded

the cold front and helped drop heavy

rain across Delaware County.

PAZ068 Montgomery

28 0653EST

1822EST

A strong cold front and a prolonged

flow from the Gulf of Mexico and nearby

Atlantic Ocean produced heavy rain

across Montgomery County from around

Midnight EST through 9 a.m. EST on the

28th. Storm totals of around 2 inches

produced widespread poor drainage

flooding and creek and stream flooding

in Montgomery County. Fallen leaves

exacerbated the poor drainage flooding.

The East Branch of the Perkiomen Creek

at Schwenksville was above its 7 foot

flood stage from 754 a.m. through 532

p.m. EST on the 28th. It crested at

8.96 feet 2 p.m. EST. Along the main

stem of the Perkiomen Creek, at East

Greenville was above its 5 foot flood

stage from 945 a.m. through 136 p.m.

EST on the 28th. It crested at 5.53

feet at 1130 a.m. EST. Farther

downstream, the Perkiomen Creek at

Graterford was above its 11 foot flood

stage from 940 a.m. EST through 614

p.m. EST on the 28th. It crested at

12.58 feet at 230 p.m.EST. The

Manatawny Creek at Pottstown was above

its 6 foot flood stage from 653 a.m.

through 622 p.m. EST on the 28th. It

crested at 7.27 feet at 315 p.m. EST.

Storm totals included 2.48 inches in

Green Lane, 2.27 inches in Palm, 1.91

inches in Hatfield and 1.85 inches in

Pottstown.

The low pressure system driving the

cold front moved northeast from the

central Mississippi Valley the morning

of the 27th, to near Green Bay,

Wisconsin at 7 p.m. EST on the 27th,

western Lake Huron at 7 a.m. EST on the

28th and then through Ontario Province,

Canada during the day on the 28th. Its

associated cold front moved east from

central Indiana at 7 p.m. EST on the

27th to central Ohio at 1 a.m. EST on

the 28th, to western Pennsylvania at 7

a.m. EST on the 28th and into eastern

New Jersey at 1 p.m. EST on the 28th.

The heavy rain ended with the passage

of the cold front. A very deep and

strong southeast to south flow preceded

the cold front and helped drop heavy

rain across Montgomery County.

PAZ060 Berks

28 0743EST

1723EST

A strong cold front and a prolonged

flow from the Gulf of Mexico and nearby

Atlantic Ocean produced heavy rain

across Berks County from around 3 a.m.

EST through 9 a.m. EST on the 28th.

Storm totals averaged around 2 inches

and produced widespread poor drainage

flooding and eventual flooding along

the Manatawny Creek. Fallen leaves

exacerbated the poor drainage flooding.

The Manatawny Creek at Spangville was

above its 7 foot flood stage from 743

a.m. through 523 p.m. EST on the 28th.

It crested at 7.45 feet at Noon EST.

The low pressure system driving the

cold front moved northeast from the

central Mississippi Valley the morning

of the 27th, to near Green Bay,

Wisconsin at 7 p.m. EST on the 27th,

western Lake Huron at 7 a.m. EST on the

28th and then through Ontario Province,

Canada during the day on the 28th. Its

associated cold front moved east from

central Indiana at 7 p.m. EST on the

27th to central Ohio at 1 a.m. EST on

the 28th, to western Pennsylvania at 7

a.m. EST on the 28th and into eastern

New Jersey at 1 p.m. EST on the 28th.

The heavy rain ended with the passage

of the cold front. A very deep and

strong southeast to south flow preceded

the cold front. The combination of the

wind direction and speed and upslope

flow helped drop heavy rain across

Berks County.

PAZ069 Bucks

28 0747EST

1948EST

A strong cold front and a prolonged

flow from the Gulf of Mexico and nearby

Atlantic Ocean produced heavy rain

across Bucks County from around

Midnight EST through 10 a.m. EST on the

28th. Storm totals of 2 to 3 inches

produced widespread poor drainage

flooding and creek and stream flooding.

Fallen leaves exacerbated the poor

drainage flooding.

The East Branch of the Perkiomen Creek

at Dublin was above its 5 foot flood

stage from 747 a.m. through 1009 a.m.

EST on the 28th. It crested at 5.44

feet at 900 a.m. EST. The Neshaminy

Creek at Langhorne was above its 9 foot

flood stage from 1129 a.m. through 748

p.m. EST on the 28th. It crested at

10.19 feet at 330 p.m. EST.

Storm totals included 2.78 inches in

Sellersville, 2.67 inches in Fricks,

2.31 inches in Perkasie, 2.13 inches in

Doylestown and Southampton and 2.01

inches in Neshaminy Falls.

The low pressure system driving the

cold front moved northeast from the

central Mississippi Valley the morning

of the 27th, to near Green Bay,

Wisconsin at 7 p.m. EST on the 27th,

western Lake Huron at 7 a.m. EST on the

28th and then through Ontario Province,

Canada during the day on the 28th. Its

associated cold front moved east from

central Indiana at 7 p.m. EST on the

27th to central Ohio at 1 a.m. EST on

the 28th, to western Pennsylvania at 7

a.m. EST on the 28th and into eastern

New Jersey at 1 p.m. EST on the 28th.

The heavy rain ended with the passage

of the cold front. A very deep and

strong southeast to south flow preceded

the cold front and helped drop heavy

rain across Bucks County.

PAZ071 Philadelphia

28 0945EST

1807EST

A strong cold front and a prolonged

flow from the Gulf of Mexico and nearby

Atlantic Ocean produced heavy rain

across Philadelphia from around

Midnight EST through 9 a.m. EST on the

28th. Storm totals of 1 to 2 inches

produced widespread poor drainage

flooding and flooding along some of the

smaller streams within the city. Fallen

leaves exacerbated the poor drainage

flooding.

The Wissahickon Creek at its mouth was

above its 9 foot flood stage from 945

a.m. through 607 p.m. EST on the 28th.

It crested at 5.99 feet at 345 p.m.

EST. The Pennypack Creek at the Rhawn

Street Bridge was above its 7 foot

flood stage from 1038 a.m. through 215

p.m. EST on the 28th. It crested at

7.15 feet at 1 p.m. EST.

Storm totals included 1.81 inches at

the Northeast Philadelphia Airport and

1.41 inches at the Philadelphia

International Airport. Heavier rain

fell upstream in Montgomery County.

The low pressure system driving the

cold front moved northeast from the

central Mississippi Valley the morning

of the 27th, to near Green Bay,

Wisconsin at 7 p.m. EST on the 27th,

western Lake Huron at 7 a.m. EST on the

28th and then through Ontario Province,

Canada during the day on the 28th. Its

associated cold front moved east from

central Indiana at 7 p.m. EST on the

27th to central Ohio at I a.m. EST on

the 28th, to western Pennsylvania at 7

a.m. EST on the 28th and into eastern

New Jersey at 1 p.m. EST on the 28th.

The heavy rain ended with the passage

of the cold front. A very deep and

strong southeast to south flow preceded

the cold front and helped drop heavy

rain across Philadelphia.

PAZ070>071 Delaware–Philadelphia

28 1200EST

1500EST

The combination of a southeasterly flow

preceding a cold front, spring tides

associated with the full moon and run-

off from the heavy rain produced minor

tidal flooding during the afternoon

high tide on the 28th along the

Delaware River and tidal sections of

its tributaries. The high tide at

Philadelphia’s Pier 12 reached 8.36

feet above mean lower low water. Minor

tidal flooding starts at 8.2 feet above

mean lower low water.

The cold front which had the south-

easterly flow precede it moved from

central Indiana at 7 p.m. EST on the

27th east to central Ohio at 1 a.m. EST

on the 28th, to western Pennsylvania at

7 a.m. EST on the 28th and into eastern

New Jersey at 1 p.m. EST on the 28th.

The wind shift to the west behind the

cold front made this just a one high

tide cycle event.

PAZ061>062 Lehigh–Northampton

28 1445EST

2005EST

A strong cold front and a prolonged

flow from the Gulf of Mexico and nearby

Atlantic produced heavy rain across the

Lehigh Valley from around Midnight EST

through 10 a.m. EST on the 28th. Storm

totals of 2 to 3 inches produced

widespread poor drainage flooding and

eventual flooding along the Lehigh

River. Fallen leaves exacerbated the

poor drainage flooding. A 46-year-old

woman drowned on the afternoon of the

28th after the canoe she and her

husband were in capsized along the

swelled Saucon Creek in Lower Saucon

Township (Northampton County). She

became trapped underneath the canoe

while her 50-year-old husband was

thrown clear of it. He was unable to

move toward the canoe as the rapidly

moving creek pinned him in place. It

took dozens of firefighters forty

minutes to rescue him and recover her

body.

In Lehigh County, about seven major

roads were closed including the

intersection of U.S. Route 222 and

Pennsylvania State Route 100 in Upper

Macungie Township and Westbound

Pennsylvania State Route 309 in Upper

Saucon Township. Within Allentown,

flooding along the Little Lehigh Creek

slightly damaged the “Lights in the

Parkway” display. In Northampton

County, flooding along the Lehigh River

closed Lehigh Drive in Easton. Flooding

along the Monocacy Creek closed one

road in Bethlehem City. Also within the

city of Bethlehem, flooding along the

Saucon Creek covered several streets

and overran the pavilions and play

areas within Saucon Park. In Forks

Township, minor flooding occurred along

the Bushkill Creek and it inundated a

102-year-old amusement park.

The Lehigh River at Walnutport was

above its 8 foot flood stage from 245

p.m. through 805 p.m. EST on the 28th.

It crested at 8.38 feet at 445 p.m.

EST. Storm totals included 2.78 inches

at Fork Township and 2.68 inches at the

Lehigh Valley International Airport.

The low pressure system driving the

cold front moved northeast from the

Mississippi Valley the morning of the

27th, to near Green Bay, Wisconsin at

7 p.m. EST on the 27th, western Lake

Huron at 7 a.m. EST on the 28th and

then through Ontario Province, Canada

during the day on the 28th. Its

associated cold front moved east from

central Indiana at 7 p.m. EST on the

27th to central Ohio at 1 a.m. EST on

the 28th, to western Pennsylvania at 7

a.m. EST on the 28th and into eastern

New Jersey at 1 p.m. EST on the 28th.

The heavy rain ended with the passage

of the cold front. A very deep and

strong southeast to south flow preceded

the cold front. The combination of the

wind direction and speed and upslope

flow helped drop heavy rain across the

Lehigh Valley.

PENNSYLVANIA, Northeast

Luzerne County

Harveys Lake to 25 0800EST

Dallas 0815EST

Thunderstorm winds downed trees and

power lines on Thanksgiving morning.

Hail also fell. About 600 electric

customers were without power.

Lackawanna County

Old Forge 25 0820EST

A line of thunderstorms dropped 0.75

inch hail on Thanksgiving morning.

Lackawanna County

Carbondale to 25 0825EST

Archbald 0835EST

A line of thunderstorms brought strong

winds to the area Thanksgiving morning.

In Archbald a NWS survey team found

straight line storm damage in an area

50 yards wide and 150 yards long. A

small garage collapsed. Shingles were

blown off house roofs. Several trees

were uprooted or snapped. Wires also

were downed. In Carbondale, damage was

similar. Trees and wires were downed. A

swath of hardwood trees 300 yards long

and 100 yards wide at it maximum were

either uprooted or snapped. Close to

1000 electric customers lost power.

Susquehanna County

Clifford to 25 0840EST

Uniondale

Thunderstorm winds downed trees in

extreme southeast Susquehanna County on

Thanksgiving morning.

Wayne County

Beach Lake to 25 0850EST

Equinunk 0855EST

Thunderstorm winds downed trees and

wires in Beach Lake and Equinunk

Thanksgiving morning. The winds also

flipped a trailer in Equinunk. 1,500

electric customers lost power. In

Damascus, one property had 5 trees

uprooted and 8 snapped in half. One

tree crushed a new Toyota Corolla. A

van was also damaged but not crushed.

Two limbs put holes in the roof of the

house. A shed was blown away and an

above ground pool was slightly damaged.

Wayne County

Countywide 28 0910EST

1130EST

A slow moving frontal boundary dropped

2 to 3.5 inches of rain across the

county. The rain started as showers

late on the 27th, and ended the

afternoon of the 28th. Most of the rain

fell the morning of the 28th. This rain

fell on ground already saturated from

recurrent storms including the last one

on the 25th. Road flooding happened in

many locations. Basements were flooded.

Wyoming County

Countywide 28 0910EST

1130EST

A slow moving frontal boundary dropped

1 to 3 inches of rain across the

county. The rain started as showers

late on the 27th, and ended the

afternoon of the 28th. Most of the rain

fell the morning of the 28th. This rain

fell on ground already saturated from

recurrent storms including the last one

on the 25th. Road flooding happened in

many locations. Swale Brook in

Tunkhannock was out of its banks.

Harrison Street in Tunkhannock was

flooded.

Luzerne County

Countywide 28 1000EST

1130EST

A slow moving frontal boundary dropped

1.5 to 3 inches of rain across the

county. The rain started as showers

late on the 27th, and ended the

afternoon of the 28th. Most of the rain

fell the morning of the 28th. This rain

fell on ground already saturated from

recurrent storms including the last one

on the 25th. Flooding closed roads in

many locations, including Wilkes-Barre.

Lackawanna County

Countywide 28 1000EST

1130EST

A slow moving frontal boundary dropped

2 to 3 inches of rain across the

county. The rain started as showers

late on the 27th, and ended the

afternoon of the 28th. Most of the rain

fell the morning of the 28th. This rain

fell on ground already saturated from

recurrent storms including the last one

on the 25th. Road flooding happened in

many locations. The flooding was due to

a variety of reasons including flooded

culverts, storm sewers backing up,

streams out of their banks, and water

collecting in low lying underpasses.

Roads flooded included Olive Street in

Scranton, and North Abington Road,

Routes 6 and 11 all in Clarks Summit.

Basements flooded near Albright Avenue

in Scranton.

Susquehanna County

Countywide 28 1030EST

1230EST

A slow moving frontal boundary dropped

1.5 to 3 inches of rain across the

county. The rain started as showers

late on the 27th, and ended the

afternoon of the 28th. Most of the rain

fell the morning of the 28th. This rain

fell on ground already saturated from

recurrent storms including the last one

on the 25th. Road flooding happened in

many locations. A rock slide occurred

on Route 706 in New Milford. Sections

of Routes 3013 and 3019 were washed

out.

PENNSYLVANIA, Northwest

NONE REPORTED.

PENNSYLVANIA, West

NONE REPORTED.

PUERTO RICO

San Juan And

Vicinity

Carolina 01 0825AST

1025AST

Road flooding was reported along the

intersection of Campo Rico Avenue and

road 190.

Western Interior

San Sebastian 06 1840AST

2000AST

River Culebrinas was reported about to

leave its banks over a small bridge

crossing at Barrio Cheneli.

PRZ004 Eastern Interior

12 OOOOAST

15 2359AST

A persistent upper trough to the west

of Puerto Rico and a extremely moist

low level air mass, brought numerous

showers during the period from November

12-15. On the 12 November rainfall was

already fairly impressive across the

eastern and central interior, although

the northeast quarter of the island

received 1 to 2 inch rains. Reports of

flooding were received from Tea Baja,

along the River Cibuco in Vega Alta.

Moderate to occasionally heavy rains

persisted throughout much of the 12th

under strong north to northeast surface

wins that produced substantial

orographic enhancement over the

foothills and mountains of central and

eastern Puerto Rico. Rainfall intensity

remained fairly low, but the

persistence produced impressive totals

in these areas, with 3 to 6 inches

across a huge swath of central Puerto

Rico through 8 am on 13 November. Flood

warnings were issued Rio Grande De

Arecibo, Rio Grande De Manati, Rio De

La Plata and Rio De Bayamon and

remained in effect for up to two days

in some locations. The high surf and

north winds along the coast hindered

normal discharge of rivers into the

sea, exacerbating the flood situation.

The activity continued to be widespread

and intense on 13 November. Flash Flood

Warnings were isued for 14 northeast

municipalities from Fajardo southwest

to Gurabo and Juncos. Reports of flash

flooding became more numerous

throughout the day and another Flash

Flood Warning was issued for 7

municipalities in the central mountains

in the afternoon. This warning was

extended in the evening as moderate to

heavy rainfall persisted across the

same area. Numerous landslides were

also reported at this time, especially

in Cayey, Aguas Buenas and Naranjito.

Bridges were reported overtopped,

collapsed or washed out in several

locations, including Naranjito,

Orocovis, Morovis, Aguas Buenas, Cidra,

and Utuado. Another Flash Flood Warning

was issued for Dorado and Toa Baja,

primarily in the highly saturated Rio

De La Plata basin during the evening.

24-hour rainfall ending 800 am on 14

November was very similar to the

previous day’s total, with highest

amounts, in excess of 5 inches,

centered in the area around Comerio,

Aibonito and Aguas Buenas. November 14

saw little break in the rainfall

activity as the upper trough remained

stationary to the west of the island

and the very strong and moist northeast

flow continued afvecting showers across

the island. Rainfall intensity remained

moderate throughout much of this event.

Nonetheless, the persistent moderate

rainfall appears to have been ideal for

the production of landslides around the

island. Landslides covered numerous

roads and several damaged or collapsed

bridges were also reported. Around 100

pm on 14 November a landslide in

Adjuntas, Barrio Yahuecas, pushed a

vehicle with three persons into the

River Rio Blanco, causing a 28-year old

man to drown and injuring two young

women. A direct flood death occurred in

Guaynabo around the same time when a

74-year old women was reportedly swept

into the River Rio Guaynabo. Meanwhile,

Flood Warnings remained in effect for

many of the river basins draining the

northern slopes of the central

mountains. The most intense rains on 14

November occurred over the east central

and southeast parts of the island,

prompting a Flash Flood Warning for 10

municipalities in that region. During

the late afternoon overnight hours of

14 November the heaviest rains fell

across the Culebra, Vieques. Flood

Warnings along the Rio Cibuco, Rio De

La Plata, Rio Grande De Manati and Rio

Grande De Arecibo continued into 15

November, as the strong onshore flow

continued to restrict outflow of these

rivers into the Atlantic Ocean.

Rainfall amounts were much less than

previous days however, with only

isolated amounts in excess of one inch

and many locations dry for the first

time in nearly a week. River flooding

from this event was significant but

actually quite ordinary by Puerto Rico

standards and was considerably less

than during Tropical Storm Jeanne in

September 2004. The rainfall and

subsequent flooding was also somewhat

less than occurred in November 2003,

which affected a larger area and had

higher rainfall amounts. M281W, F741W

PRZ001 San Juan And Vicinity

12 0830AST

1030AST

Coastal flooding was reported at a

small sector of VaciaTalega in Loiza as

the heavy surf washed over the coastal

road.

PRZ005 North Central

12 0830AST

Coastal flooding was reported in the

Cerro Gordo Beach area of the Vega Alta

municipality.

PRZ005 North Central

12 1025AST

1625AST

River Rio Cibuco out of its banks at

Barrio Candelaria, Sector Fatima in

Vega Alta. A small stream was reported

out of its banks along Highway 2,

flooding the entrance to the Vega Alta

Hospital and a nearby school.

PRZ005 North Central

12 1510AST

1910AST

Several roads were reported flooded

along River Cibuco in Vega Alta, Roads

620, 647, 675, 676, 677, 690, and also

road 2. Five people were rescued from

flood waters.

PRZ005 North Central

12 1605AST

2005AST

River Rio Grande de Manati was reported

out of its banks along road 667,

Cachete sector in the municipality of

Manati.

PRZ005 North Central

12 1605AST

2005AST

River Rio Grande de Manati was reported

out of its banks affecting road 667 at

the Cachete sector.

Eastern Interior

Gurabo 12 1720AST

Three homes were reported flooded in

Barrio Campamento.

Eastern Interior

Gurabo 13 0500AST

0900AST

Small stream out of its banks flooded 8

homes in Barrio Campamento.

Eastern Interior

Aguas Buenas 13 0843AST

1243AST

Tree downed on road 173, km 10.

PRZ005 North Central

13 0940AST

Road 123, km. 61.6 was reported closed

due to river being out of banks in the

municipality of Arecibo.

PRZ006-006 Central Interior

13 0940AST

Landslides were reported along road

152, km. 6.4, and road 813, km. 3.3, in

the municipality of Naranjito.

PRZ002 Northeast

13 0950AST

1350AST

River Rio Blanco was reported out of

its banks and flooding road 31 at PR 53

exit in the Nagnabo municipality.

PRZ009 Western Interior

13 1100AST

Minor landslides and downed trees were

reported in the Utuado municipality.

North Central

Vega Alta 13 1113AST

1513AST

River Rio Cibuco was reported outs of

its banks along road 2 in Barrio

Pueblo, forcing the leana de Gracia

School to be evacuated.

Eastern Interior

Gurabo 13 1125AST

1425AST

Small streams out of their banks along

road 1 at Barrio Alturas de Beatriz.

Central Interior

Aibonito 13 1200AST

1600AST

Small stream out of its banks along

road 924 and at Barrio San Luis.

Eastern Interior

Gurabo 13 1200AST

1600AST

Gurabo river was reported almost out of

its banks.

PRZ004 Eastern Interior

13 1200AST

Landslides were reported at Barrio San

Antonio in Gurabo along roads 175 and

939.

PRZ004 Eastern Interior

13 1200AST

Landslide was reported along road 1

towards Aibonito.

PRZ004 Eastern Interior

13 1200AST

Landslide was reported in the Alturas

do la Plata neighborhood in the

municipality of Cayey.

PRZ004 Eastern Interior

13 1200AST

Landslide affected one home at Barrio

Mamey 1, road 933 in the municipality

of Gurabo.

PRZ004 Eastern Interior

13 1200AST

A home patio collapsed or suffered

landslide at Bonneville Heights in

Caguas municipality.

PRZ004-004 Eastern Interior

13 1200AST

Landslide reported along road 776, at

Barrio Caonillas in the municipality of

Aibonito.

Northeast

Naguabo 13 1245AST

1645AST

River Fajardo out of its banks at

Quebrada Vuelta between Naguabo and

Ceiba. Several sectors in Naguabo were

flooded, road 31, 192 at Alberto

Colberg, Las Mariana and Las Malangas

due to river Rio Blanco overflowing its

banks. Downed trees and debris blocking

river flow at the bridge.

San Juan And

Vicinity

Carolina 13 1245AST

1645AST

Road 3 flooded at the town entrance.

Flooding in parking lot of Carolina

Coliseum from river 853 and 858

blocked.

PRZ004-004>006-006- Eastern Interior–North Central–

006-006 Central Interior

13 1245AST

River Rio Caguitas out of its banks

near Bonneville Heights in Caguas.

PRZ009 Western Interior

13 1310AST

Lake Caonillas in Utuado was flowing

over emergency spillway.

Eastern Interior

Aguas Buenas 13 1315AST

1715AST

A home was flooded at Barrio

Bayamoncito.

PRZ004 Eastern Interior

13 1455AST

Water over bridge along route 185 in

Juncos.

PRZ006 Central Interior

13 1528AST

Landslide was reported in Barrio

Quebrada Grande in the municipality of

Barranquitas.

PRZ009 Western Interior

13 1545AST

Nine landslides reported at Barrio

Domingo Alonso, Sector Bujosa in

Utuado. Road 612 collapsed.

PRZ004 Eastern Interior

13 1604AST

Floods were reported in the Los

Santiago’s entrance, along road 780, km

2 hm 1, in the municipality of Comerio.

Eastern Interior

Caguas 13 1608AST

1908AST

Several homes and roads were reported

flooded at Barrio Lenasa, San Salvador

and Mulas.

PRZ006 Central Interior

13 1700AST

A home was reported flooded at Barriada

San Cristobal in Naranjito.

PRZ005-005-005>006- North Central–Central Interior

006 13 2007AST

Landslide was reported along road 824

in the municipality of Toa Alta. A

bridge collapsed along road 861.

PRZ004-004-006-006 Eastern Interior–Central Interior

13 2019AST

2130AST

Landslide was reported along road 782,

km 2.0 at Barrio Ceiba in the

municipality of Cidra.

PRZ004-004-004 Eastern Interior

13 2138AST

Bridge collapsed along road 782, at

Barrio Ceiba in Cidra.

PRZ005 North Central

14 0910AST

River Rio de la Plata in Dorado

flooding low lying areas of town.

PRZ006 Central Interior

14 0910AST

Landslides were reported in Naranjito

and Comerio.

PRZ001 San Juan And Vicinity

14 1105AST

Sea weed and sand washed onto the road

in Ocean Park along the road in front

of Parque Barbosa.

PRZO05 North Central

14 1220AST

Small streams out of their banks in

Vega Alta, flooding roads 620 at Sector

Fatima, Barrio Candelero; road 647 at

Barrio Bajura, Sector Ojo de Agua; road

676 at barrio Bajura, old road from

Vega Alta to Vega Baja; road 2 at

Sector Machuchal.

PRZO09 Western Interior

14 1445AST

Lake Caonillas in Utuado was reported

two feet above spillway.

PRZO09 Western Interior

14 1445AST

Landslide along road 605, Barrio Vivi

Arriba in Utuado.

PRZO06 Central Interior

20 2340AST

Landslide along road 811, Barrio Cedro

Abajo in Naranjito affecting home.

PRZO05 North Central

21 0325AST

Roads 620 and 647 were reported flooded

at Barrio Candelaria in Vega Alta.

North Central

Vega Alta 21 0835AST

1635AST

Highway 2 closed between Vega Alta and

Vega Baja due to river Cibuco over-

flowing its banks.

PRZO06 Central Interior

21 1030AST

Several landslides were reported in the

Naranjito municipality. Along road 165,

at Guadiana Camino del Centro, Barrio

Lomas, Lomas-Jaguas sector, and Barrio

Achiote.

RHODE ISLAND

RIZ001 Northwest Providence

05 0900EST

1700EST

Low pressure strengthening off the New

England coast brought strong west winds

to Rhode Island, with gusts of 45 to 55

mph reported in many areas. Gusts esti-

mated as high as 60 mph were reported

in northwest Providence County, which

brought down a large tree in

Woonsocket.

RIZ001>002 Northwest Providence–Southeast

Providence

12 1200EST

13 1200EST

The first widespread snowfall of the

season affected Rhode Island from the

afternoon of the 12th through midday on

the 13th, as low pressure developed off

the mid Atlantic coast and tracked

southeast of New England.

Many locations throughout the Ocean

State reported snowfall totals between

2 and 5 inches, but totals between 4

and 8 inches were widely observed in

Providence County. Despite this being

the first widespread snowfall of the

season, the storm had little signi-

ficant impact, aside from several minor

accidents.

Officially, the snowfall total at T.F.

Green State Airport in Warwick was 3.8

inches. Other snowfall totals, as

reported by trained spotters, included

8 inches in Burrillville; 7 inches in

Pawtucket, Scituate, Smithfield, and

Johnston; and 6 inches in Cranston,

Rumford, and downtown Providence.

SOUTH CAROLINA, Central

Lexington County

Lexington to 24 1415EST

Swansea 1420EST

SKYWARN spotters reported power outages

in Lexington and a few trees down in

the Swansea area.

Saluda County

6 NE Saluda 24 1417EST

Sheriff reported powerlines down on

U.S. 1 northeast of Saluda.

McCormick County

Me Cormick 24 1423EST

Highway Dept. reported several trees

down in McCormick.

Newberry County

Newberry 24 1437EST

Sheriff reported large branches and

powerlines down.

Aiken County

2 SW Aiken 24 1442EST

SKYWARN spotters reported trees down

and a trailer overturned in the

Hillview subdivision off hwy 19.

Aiken County

10 NE Aiken 24 1503EST 0.5 80

1504EST

Trained spotter did a site survey and

reported an F0 touched down and

uprooted trees at a horse farm on Cooke

Bridge road.

Barnwell County

Barnwell 24 1503EST

Sheriff reported trees down on Lake

Drive.

Fairfield County

1 SW Winnsboro 24 1515EST

Sheriff reported trees down on Pump

House road and Hwy 215 near Monticello

road.

Richland County

5 SE Columbia 24 1523EST

Sheriff reported several trees down on

Bluff road.

Kershaw County

Countywide 24 1540EST

Highway Dept. reported scattered trees

down around county.

Lancaster County

10 SW Elgin 24 1545EST

Sheriff reported trees down on hwy 97

east of Great Falls.

Sumter County

Rembert 24 1550EST

SKYWARN spotter reported several trees

and powerlines down in the Rembert

area.

Lee County

Countywide 24 1610EST

EOC reported scattered trees down

around county.

Orangeburg County

Santee 24 1610EST

SKYWARN spotter reported 3/4 inch hail

in Santee.

Orangeburg County

Santee 24 1610EST

SKYWARN spotter reported trees down in

Santee area.

Chesterfield County

Patrick 24 1620EST

Sheriff reported several trees down in

the Patrick area.

Sumter County

Sumter 24 1630EST

Emergency Manager reported trees down

and several out-buildings damaged on

south Sumter.

SOUTH CAROLINA, North Coastal

Marlboro County

1 SW Wallace 24 1635EST

Strong winds blew power lines down,

uprooted trees, and blew the roof off a

house.

SOUTH CAROLINA, Northwest

Oconee County

10 SE Walhalla 24 1215EST

Trees blown down in the Friendship

Community on Campbell Bridge Rd.

Anderson County

8 N Anderson to 24 1300EST

1 N Belton 1315EST

A few trees blown down from north of

Anderson to north of Belton.

Anderson County

Starr 24 1315EST

County reported a mobile home and

utility building damaged. A car was

reportedly moved by wind at 1109 Secton

Gin Rd.

Greenwood County

Ninety Six 24 1342EST

Power lines blown down in a subdivision

near highway 34.

SOUTH CAROLINA, Northwest

Laurens County

Waterloo 24 1400EST

A tree and some large limbs blown down

along highway 221.

Union County

2 NW Santuc 24 1425EST 0.5 50

Storm survey found apparent tornado

northwest of Santuck with some light

wind damage extending to the southeast

from around Carlisle to the Chester

line.

Chester County

15 SW Chester to 24 1435EST

13 SW Chester

Trees blown down along highway 215 and

highway 72 in the southwest part of the

county.

SOUTH CAROLINA, South Coastal

Hampton County

Varnville 24 1549EST

1555EST

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees

and power lines along Highway 278.

Colleton County

Ruffin 24 1600EST

1605EST

Trees were knocked down on power lines

on Pine Grove Road and Claddy Farm

Road.

Hampton County

Miley 24 1621EST

1625EST

A tree was knocked down onto a car

resulting in a minor injury.

SOUTH DAKOTA, Central and North

NONE REPORTED.

SOUTH DAKOTA, Southeast

NONE REPORTED.

SOUTH DAKOTA, West

SDZ041 Fall River

27 2300MST

28 1400MST

A narrow band of heavy snow fell across

southwestern Fall River County during

the overnight and morning hours. A

spotter 15 miles west of Ardmore

measured 10 inches of snow.

TENNESSEE, Central

Lawrence County

Countywide 30 12000ST

14000ST

TDOT reported Brush Creek road in the

western part of the county and Miller

Lane in the northern part had high

water. Schools were let out early at 1

PM as a precautionary measure.

Lewis County

Countywide 30 1205CST

1400CST

TDOT reported numerous roads were under

high water and impassable. Cautionary

signs were out on bridges. Schools were

closed due to flooded roads the next

day on Wednesday December 1.

Maury County

North Portion 30 1205CST

1400CST

TDOT reported some high water was

occurring in the northern part of the

county. Schools were let out early at 1

PM as a precautionary measure.

Wayne County

Countywide 30 1210CST

14000ST

EMA director reported roads along the

Green River and Indian Creek were

flooding. Scattered areas in Wayne

County had some high water on roads.

Schools were let out early at about

1130 AM CST.

Smith County

4 N Carthage 30 1220CST

1630CST

Spotter reported the intersection of

Highway 85 and Turkey Creek Road was

flooded. Ditches and culverts were

spilling water onto roads around the

county.

Davidson County

10 SE Nashville 30 1255CST

1630CST

Davidson County OEM reported the inter-

section of Bell Road and Smith Springs

Road was impassable due to high water

in the Antioch section of Nashville.

Also … the intersection of

Nolensville Road and Culbertson Road

had high water.

Marshall County

Countywide 30 1310CST

18000ST

TDOT said several roads were closed and

impassable. School was let out early.

Rutherford County

Countywide 30 1310CST

1630CST

TDOT reported several roads around the

county had high water. By 330 PM CST

flooding was occurring at Sulphur

Springs road … Buckeye Bottom …

Highway 99 at Mount Pleasant …

Thompson Road and Armstrong Valley.

Bedford County

Bugscuffle 30 1315CST

18000ST

Several roads had high water on them

… mainly at Bugscuffle and off U.S.

Highway 41 A toward Tullahoma.

Warren County

Countywide 30 1320CST

18000ST

TDOT reported several roads had high

water on them around the county.

Wilson County

Countywide 30 1420CST

18000ST

TDOT said that about 30 roads around

the county had high water. A few roads

near the Lebanon Town Square was

blocked off due to the high water. By

330 PM CST … Spring Creek Bridge and

Bluebird Road was closed due to

flooding.

Williamson County

Franklin 30 1440CST

18000ST

Flooding was occurring near the

Franklin area at Southall Road and Old

Hillsboro Road … just west of

Franklin. Flooding was occurring on Del

Rio Pike.

Clay County

Countywide 30 1455CST

2000CST

TDOT said there was high water on all

roads. Road closures were imminent.

Overton County

Countywide 30 1455CST

2000CST

TDOT reported high water everywhere.

Some high water signs were out.

Cumberland County

Crossville 30 15000ST

2000CST

Several low spots were flooded near

Crossville … including Spruce Loop

Road.

Dekalb County

Alexandria 30 1500CST

2000CST

U.S. Highway 70 was down to one lane

becasue of high water near Alexandria.

Schools were closed the following day

on Wednesday Dec. 1.

Jackson County

5 ESE Gainesboro 30 15000ST

2000CST

Blackburn Fork Road and Highway 135 was

flooded.

Pickett County

Countywide 30 15000ST

2000CST

Some roads had high water on them

around the county.

Putnam County

Countywide 30 1530CST

2000CST

High water problems on many roads. Many

streams were out of their banks and

washing out on the roads countywide.

TENNESSEE, East

NONE REPORTED.

TENNESSEE, South Central

Franklin County

Decherd 24 0100CST

0105CST

A few trees were blown down by thunder-

storm winds.

Lincoln County

7 NW Fayetteville 30 1800CST

21000ST

Flash flooding was reported with water

covering the road along highway 431.

Lincoln County

Fayetteville 30 1853CST

2150CST

Flash flooding was reported with water

covering two roads with a depth of six

inches noted.

TENNESSEE, West

NONE REPORTED.

TEXAS, Central

Crockett County

10 S Ozona 16 1105CST

13000ST

Texas Department of Transportation had

to close highway 163 and county road

2083 due to water running over these

roads.

Kimble County

14 NE Junction 16 1300CST

15000ST

Water as reported to be 5 feet above

the road surface on ranch road 385.

Coleman County

Coleman 16 2040CST

2240CST

Law enforcement had to close several

streets in the city of Coleman due to

high water.

San Saba County

San Saba 18 0630CST

0830CST

Emergency manager reported that a car

was swept from the road and a water

rescue had to be performed.

Schleicher County

20 NE Eldorado 20 1345CST

Concho County

Eden 20 1447CST

Tom Green County

San Angelo 23 1455CST

Tom Green County

San Angelo 23 1458CST

Concho County

Paint Rock 23 1538CST

Coleman County

Coleman 23 1615CST

Coleman County

Coleman 23 1615CST

Several power poles were blown down in

the city of Coleman.

Coleman County

Santa Anna 23 1615CST

Power lines were blown down in the

Santa Ana area.

Brown County

Bangs 23 1630CST

Brown County

Bangs 23 1630CST

Brown County

Early 23 1640CST

Brown County

Blanket 23 1652CST

Shackelford County

Albany 23 17000ST

TEXAS, Central Southeast

Galveston County

League City 2 0245CST

0730CST

Widespread street flooding in and

around League City.

Matagorda County

Blessing 2 0302CST

0445CST

Water over the roads in the Oak Hollow

Subdivision.

Matagorda County

Palacios 2 0445CST

05000ST

Flooding in Palacios.

Harris County

Pasadena 17 0937CST 0.2 25

Minor roof and siding damage, fences

and tree limbs down along Driftwood and

Fairmont Streets. Several billboards

along Fairmont Parkway were damaged.

Harris County

Tomball 17 1525CST 0.7 50

Minor roof damage to Tomball Middle

School and one nearby home. Several

large trees uprooted at Hirsch and

Turnervine Roads.

San Jacinto County

4 SE Coldspring 17 1825CST

1945CST

FM 222 and Spring Road flooded and

impassable.

Polk County

Moscow 17 1830CST

2115CST

Highway 350 exiting Moscow flooded and

impassable.

Liberty County

Cleveland 17 1930CST

2115CST

Many impassable roads in and around

Cleveland.

Harris County

3 WSW Crosby 17 1011CST 0.2 20

Tornado downed power lines along

Sheldon Road and Old Highway 90

(Key Map 418X)

Harris County

Aldine 17 1830CST 0.5 30

Tornado traveled NE with damage repor-

ted from the High Meadows Subdivision

to the intersection of Reality and

Otterbury. MacArthur 9th grade school

suffered significant damage with

westward-facing second story wall

collapsing inward, destroying a row of

lockers. A 40×40 foot brick facade was

ripped from the exterior wall with

interior debris littering a nearby

soccer field. Several collapsed garage

awnings and downed large tree limbs in

the High Meadows Subdivision. Two local

auto supply stores had damage with

their rooftop air conditioning units

and satellite dishes blown off.

Harris County

3.5 NE Taylor Lake Vlg 17 11000ST

SUV hit bridge and flipped into local

bayou. Witnesses unsuccessfully tried

to save occupant. F?IW

Jackson County

Countywide 21 0216CST

1745CST

Widespread major flooding in Edna and

Ganado with aerial rescues. Only

Ganado’s main street passable. 79 homes

and businesses received minor or major

flood damage with 56 of these

facilities in Ganado.

Wharton County

Countywide 21 0224CST

19000ST

Widespread major flooding with evacua-

tions in Louise with more than 200 El

Campo residents being rescued by boat

or high-water vehicles. Numerous roads

(including two sections of Highway 59

between Wharton and El Campo and

between El Campo and the Jackson County

line) and bridges were flooded and

impassable. Countywide, 59 homes

sustained major damage and 225 homes

received minor damage.

Austin County

Bellville 22 0700CST

0845CST

Flooding on Highway 36 in Bellville.

Chambers County

Mont Belvieu 22 1155CST

Harris County

Pasadena 22 1230CST 0.1 20

Power pole down at intersection of Red

Bluff and Tammer Roads.

Harris County

South Houston 22 1245CST

Funnel sighted between Ellington Field

and Deer Park.

Waller County

Brookshire 22 1325CST

Funnel sighted at Interstate 10 and FM

1489.

Austin County

Bellville 22 14000ST

1745CST

Several roads under water near

Bellville.

Colorado County

Countywide 22 1411CST

1510CST

Several county roads closed due to

flooding.

Brazos County

East Portion 22 1415CST

1715CST

Water covered dozens of roads along and

near the Navasota River in rural

portions of the county.

Harris County

Westfield 22 1544CST

1745CST

Flooding reported between the

Interstate 45 northbound feeder and FM

1960. Clay Road covered with a foot and

a half of water and impassable.

Wharton County

El Campo 22 2130CST

23 0130CST

Town streets flooded.

Harris County

Jersey Village 22 1442CST 0.2 20

Tornado spotted moving NE at 15 mph

near Highways 529 and 290.

Harris County

Houston 22 1553CST 0.5 25

Tornado was spotted by public who also

heard the tornado-associated train

sounds at intersection of West Road and

West Mont Houston at Interstate 45

North.

Fort Bend County

3 SE Clodine 23 01000ST

0300CST

Flooding in Mission Bend Subdivision.

Harris County

Addicks 23 01000ST

03000ST

Water covered road at Interstate 10

feeder road at Highway 6.

Montgomery County

1 E Cut And Shoot 23 1310CST 0.2 20

Trees and signs down on Highway 105.

Building and roof damage to local area

flea market and surrounding residences.

Polk County

Lake Livingston Dam 23 1349CST 0.1 15

Waterspout came ashore on cast shore of

Lake Livingston.

San Jacinto County

1 N Lake Livingston D 23 1355CST 0.1 20

Tornado spotted just north of the dam.

Harris County

Baytown 23 2300CST

At least 11 trees uprooted across town

with damaged traffic light fixtures.

Report of trees down on carports with

vehicle damage.

Chambers County

Anahuac 23 2315CST

Tree on carport with damage to two

vehicles. Storage building had roof

damage. Four power poles on Poskey Road

were snapped.

Madison County

Midway 23 1315CST

Washington County

Brenham 23 1440CST

Washington County

Brenham 23 1450CST

Trinity County

12 E Groveton 23 2138CST

Trees and power lines down in the

Trevat area.

Galveston County

Galveston Scholes F1 23 2303CST

Measured at Scholes Field with no

damage.

Polk County

3 W Livingston 23 1406CST

Funnel sighted near the intersection of

Highways 190 and 350 near Highway 59.

Houston County

Crockett 23 1420CST

3/4 to 7/8 inch hail in Crockett.

Washington County

Brenham 23 1420CST 0.1 20

Downed trees with residential and

vehicle damage.

Trinity County

4 N Trinity 23 1440CST

Liberty County

7 SW Liberty 23 1452CST 0.1 20

Grimes County

Todd Mission 23 1525CST 0.2 25

Montgomery County

1 N Montgomery 23 1530CST 0.3 25

Reports of a couple of trees down at

Highways 1097 and 149.

Montgomery County

Willis 23 1550CST 0.1 20

One tree down on Highway 1097 in

Willis.

Harris County

5 S Spring 23 1608CST

Sighted between Spring and

Intercontinental Airport.

San Jacinto County

10 SW Coldspring 23 1610CST

Tree down at intersection of Highways

3081 and 725.

Montgomery County

Willis 23 1615CST

Grimes County

5 NW Anderson 23 1652CST

2000CST

FM 244 south of Highway 30 closed due

to flooding.

Walker County

12 NW Huntsville 23 1653CST

2000CST

Road closed due to flooding at inter-

section of FM 2989 and Interstate 45

feeder road.

Trinity County

Trinity 23 1730CST

2100CST

FM 2262 at Alabama Creek in Trinity

closed due to flooding.

Trinity County

4 E Apple Spgs 23 1915CST

Burleson County

5 E Caldwell 23 2018CST

Washington County

3 NNW Gay Hill 23 2035CST

Brazos County

Bryan 23 2038CST

Tree down on car.

Madison County

7 W Madisonville 23 2038CST

Grimes County

4 E Navasota 23 2045CST

Barn destroyed.

Jackson County

Morales 23 2055CST

Tree down on residential home roof.

Austin County

Cat Spg 23 2112CST

Tree down on home in Cat Spring.

Wharton County

5 NW Wharton 23 2120CST 0.4 35

Four homes were damaged in the Spanish

Camp area near the intersection of FM

1161 and FM 640.

Waller County

Countywide 23 2121CST

Barn damaged in Monaville, power lines

snapped in Waller and Hempstead.

Trinity County

Trinity 23 2125CST

Power line and tree down at intersec-

tion of J.B. Price and Evans Roads with

part of a barn destroyed.

Walker County

Crabbs Prairie 23 2125CST

Waller County

6 ESE Monavilte 23 2125CST

Power poles snapped at intersection of

FM 362 and FM 529.

Wharton County

Glen Flora 23 2130CST

Trees and power lines down, along with

damaged barns, in the the towns of

Eygpt, Glen Flora, Hungerford, and

Wharton.

Waller County

1 S Hempstead 23 2140CST

Tree down.

Montgomery County

Countywide 23 2145CST

Numerous trees down across county.

Harris County

10 S Cypress 23 2200CST

Trees and power lines down at the

intersection of FM 529 and Highway 6.

Trinity County

5 SE Apple Spgs to 23 22000ST 2 500

7 SE Apple Spgs

Seven hunters in the Davy Crockett

National Forest were stranded and their

vehicles to ninety percent severely

damaged. Seventy of trees in path

felled or damaged.

Fort Bend County

8 W Sugarland 23 2205CST 0.1 20

Tree down.

Liberty County

Liberty 23 2210CST

Damage to retail store, several cars in

parking lot also damaged.

Polk County

Countywide 23 2210CST

Numerous power lines and trees down.

Matagorda County

Palacios 23 2220CST

Brazoria County

Alvin 23 2225CST

Tree down on power line.

Harris County

Pasadena 23 2235CST

Numerous power lines down.

Liberty County

Countywide 23 2235CST

Numerous trees down countywide. Metal

building damaged along with fire

station’s communications tower toppled

in Cleveland.

Galveston County

League City 23 2245CST

Windows blown out of residential homes,

roof damage, trees, and fences blown

down. Power lines and signs also down.

Chambers County

Winnie 23 2320CST

Restaurant and homes damaged.

Polk County

7 WNW Livingston 27 0135CST

Building damage with power lines down

in the Indian Hills Subdivision along

FM 2457 near Lake Livingston.

Montgomery County

The Woodlands 27 0225CST

TEXAS, Extreme West

NONE REPORTED.

TEXAS, Mid–South

Goliad County

North Central Portion 20 1750CST

1930CST

See episode narrative below for

additional details and rainfall totals.

Victoria County

Countywide 20 1830CST

21 0145CST

See episode narrative below for

additional details and rainfall totals.

TEXAS, Mid–South

Victoria County

Victoria 20 1906CST

Victoria County

3 W Dacosta to 20 1925CST 2 100

1 W Dacosta 1930CST

A NWS survey concluded an HP supercell

produced a tornado in the Hidden Valley

subdivision, just west of Docasta and

approximately 6 miles southeast of

Victoria. The tornado damaged several

homes and destoyed two sheds. Debris

from the subdivision was blown about

one mile downwind.

Victoria County

1 E Victoria to 20 1936CST

1 SE Victoria 1940CST

Goliad County

North Central Portion 11 0800CST

1345CST

Victoria County

Countywide 21 1000CST

1700CST

See episode narrative below for

additional details and rainfall totals.

A significant heavy rainfall event

occurred across Goliad and Victoria

Counties on November 20-21, 2004. Up to

15 inches of rainfall was observed over

northern Goliad County which resulted

in Flash Flooding along Perdido,

Coleto, and Spring Creeks. Flooding

along the Garcitas Creek and Guadalupe

River also resulted from this signifi-

cant rainfall. Several high water

rescues were performed as motorists

attemped to cross flooded roadways.

Strong thunderstorms erupted along a

nearly stationary frontal boundary that

extended across south Texas from near

Cotulla to Three Rivers and Victoria

Saturday evening (Nov 20). Moist,

southerly winds off the Gulf of Mexico

in the lower levels of the atmosphere

fueled the storms along the front.

Meanwhile, in the middle to upper level

portions of the atmosphere, winds were

nearly parallel to the frontal boundary

out of the southwest. This combination

caused thunderstorms to regenerate and

train over the same areas Saturday

evening through early afternoon on

Sunday.

In all, doppler radar estimated 10 to

15 inches of rain fell in an 18 hour

period beginning Saturday afternoon

across northern Goliad County from

Charco cast to Schroeder and near

Coletto Creek Reservoir. This was con-

firmed by reliable rain gauge reports

north of Goliad. In addition, rainfall

totals across portions of northwest and

central Victoria County reached 5 to 10

inches during this period. Emergency

management in both counties reported

widespread, major flooding problems

with numerous road closers. Several

motorists were rescued as they became

stranded in rising water. County offi-

cials and a NWS Storm Survey reported

that several homes were flooded and

some bridges across northeast Goliad

County were washed out by severe flood

waters.

This rainfall led to daily rainfall

records on the 20th and 21st at the

Victoria Regional Airport. The rainfall

also pushed monthly rainfall totals

over the all time November record and

also pushed the 2004 yearly total over

the all time yearly record.

The following are observed totals from

cooperative and volunteer NWS observers

as well as the Victoria Regional ASOS

during this episode, occuring from the

late afternoon on Nov 20th through the

morning of Nov 21st:

Weesatche 3 mi S: 12.69″

Victoria Regional ASOS: 9.32″

Victoria Tanglewood Subdivision: 8.85″

Inez 8 mi WNW: 5.81″

Victoria Fire Dept: 6.75″

Coleto Creek Reservoir: 4.08″

Goliad: 1.19″

Victoria County

Victoria 22 1840CST

2000CST

One to two inches of rainfall fell in

about one hour over very saturated

grounds in the city of Victoria. Flash

flooding of numerous streets throughout

the city was observed resulting in

several stalled cars in high water. The

Victoria Regional Airport recorded

1.56″ of rain during this event.

Goliad County

Charco 23 2000CST

Victoria County

Mission Vly 23 2018CST

Spotters reported wind damage in the

Mission Valley area, including larger

tree limbs down.

Bee County

1 S Beeville 23 2030CST

Victoria County

Victoria 23 2038CST

Law enforcement reported wind damage,

including trees down.

Goliad County

1 S Goliad 23 2059CST

Victoria County

Victoria 23 2100CST

Measured gust by local t.v. weathemet

station at Detar Hospital. Large tree

limbs reported down across north side

of Victoria. Power outages throughout

the county were also reported by

spotter.

Duval County

8 E Benavides 23 2105CST

Duval County

8 E Freer 23 2105CST

San Patricio County

Mathis 23 2105CST

2107CST

Refugio County

8 NW Refugio 23 2106CST

Reported by county sheriff along

Highway 183 near the Refugio and Goliad

county line.

Victoria County

Northeast Portion 23 2110CST

2215CST

Trained spotter reported several low

lying secondary roads had water running

over them in the northeast portion of

the county. County Road 444 one mile

northwest of Inez had two feet of water

over the road.

Jim Wells County

Ben Bolt 23 2130CST

County sheriff deputy reported broken

windshield by hail.

Calhoun County

5 NW Port Lavaca 23 2145CST

Reported by sheriff in the Six Mile

area.

San Patricio County

.5 S Odem 23 2300CST

2305CST

TEXAS, North

Palo Pinto County

7 WNW Graford 01 1900CST

Young County

Graham 15 1210CST

1310CST

A road across a small creek near Graham

was closed due to high water.

Bell County

Nolanville 17 0442CST

0542CST

Water was over a bridge in the

Nolanville area.

Lampasas County

5 N Lampasas 17 0629CST

0830CST

Little Lucy Creek was flooding. High

water was over east FM 581 and County

Road 3500. Numerous county roads and

low water crossings around Lampasas

were flooded.

Coryell County

Gatesville 17 0733CST

0930CST

Roads were barricaded at Gatesville and

Bee House.

Bell County

Countywide 17 0738CST

0930CST

Numerous roads and low water crossings

were closed due to high water.

Bosque County

Crantills Gap 17 0801CST

1000CST

Some flooding was reported on Highway

22.

McLennan County

Crawford 17 1128CST

1330CST

Several roads in the area were closed

due to high water. A bridge over Wasp

Creek south of Crawford was washed out.

Bell County

Nolanville 17 0442CST

0742CST

Water was over a bridge in the

Nolanville area.

McLennan County

Hewitt 21 1650CST

1750CST

Widespread street flooding occurred

from heavy rain.

Denton County

Denton 22 1535CST

1735CST

Creeks and streams were reported out of

banks with water flowing very fast.

Falls County

10 N Marlin 23 0645CST

Navarro County

Richland 23 0746CST

Freestone County

Streetman 23 0826CST

Coryell County

9 S Gatesville 23 0845CST

Occurred at Flat.

Bosque County

9 E Clifton 23 0939CST

Milam County

Cameron 23 1045CST

A tree was blown over and took out a

utility pole and some powerlines.

Henderson County

1 W Payne Springs 23 1127CST

A metal building was destroyed by high

winds.

Robertson County

1 S Hearne 23 1130CST

Metal buildings were blown down by high

winds.

Robertson County

1 W Hearne 23 1130CST

A barn was blown down by high winds.

Dallas County

Grand Prairie to 23 1245CST

Dallas 1315CST

A severe thunderstorm produced damage

from the east side of Grand Prairie,

north northeast across eastern Irving

and into west Dallas. At 105 pm Dallas

Love Field had measured wind gusts to

76 mph, with estimates as high as near

100 mph across Grand Prairie and

Irving. Three tractor-trailer rigs were

blown over on Interstate 30, and parts

of Loop 12 near Texas Stadium were

closed for a while because of downed

powerlines across the lanes. Several

businesses in Grand Prairie sustained

structural damage. A motel on the

Stemmons Freeway in Dallas had 12 units

unroofed, and one new automobile

dealership had over 100,000 dollars

damage.

Leon County

1 SW Marquez 23 1300CST

A large tree was blown down onto

Highway 79.

Bell County

1 S Salado to 23 1659CST

2 S Salado 1702CST

Comanche County

1 W De Leon 23 1708CST

Comanche County

6 NW De Leon 23 1713CST

Bell County

Salado 23 1720CST

Eastland County

Rising Star 23 1740CST

High winds caused roof damage and

downed trees.

Hamilton County

8 NE Olin 23 1752CST

Bosque County

3 W Meridian 23 1828CST

Bell County

Holland 23 1848CST

1849CST

Nickle to quarter size hail was

reported.

Bell County

10 SW Temple 23 1849CST

A bus stop building in Bartlett was

blown down.

Bell County

Holland 23 1900CST

Bell County

Rogers 23 1905CST

McLennan County

Hewitt 23 1905CST

Milam County

Cameron 23 1931CST

Bell County

8 SE Holland 23 1932CST 0.1 50

Structural damage was reported to a

house and a building on FM 487 east of

Bartlett.

Robertson County

5 E Hearne 23 2100CST

2300CST

A bridge on Highway 395 was under

water.

TEXAS, North Panhandle

TXZ011>012-016>017 Oldham–Potter–Deaf Smith–Randall

Ol 1800CST

02 1800CST

A vigorous low pressure system in the

upper atmosphere over southwest Texas

moved northeast toward the southern

Texas panhandle while a very cold air

mass remained in place. Heavy snowfall

occurred across the southwest and

south-central Texas panhandle where

Amarillo reported eight to nine inches

… Vega reported eight inches … and

six to seven inches fell in Canyon and

six to seven inches fell in Canyon and

hereford.

TXZ013-018 Carson–Armstrong

02 1145CST

03 0600CST

A low pressure system in the upper

atmosphere approaching the southern

Texas panhandle combined with very cold

air mass at the surface produced heavy

snow across the southern Texas pan-

handle. Six to seven inches of snow

fell southwest of Panhandle while seven

inches of snow occurred in Claude.

TXZ001-006>007- Dallam–Hartley–Moore–Oldham–

011>012-016>017 Potter–Deaf Smith–Randall

13 0600CST

1800CST

A low pressure system in the upper

atmosphere over the southwestern states

approached the Texas panhandle while

cold and moist air pushed south and

southwest into the Texas panhandle.

Heavy snow fell across mainly the

western and central sections of the

Texas panhandle where Dalhart and

Charming reported four inches …

Masterson and Dumas reported four

inches … Amarillo and five miles

northwest of Amarillo reported four to

five inches … Vega reported five to

six inches … northwest and north of

Dawn reported four inches … and the

southern part of Amarillo reported four

inches.

TXZ001 Dallam

20 0700CST

1900CST

The combination of a strong cold front

moving south across the Texas panhandle

and an approaching low pressure system

in the upper atmosphere from the south-

western states produced heavy snow

across the extreme northwestern Texas

panhandle. Four miles southeast of

Texline reported four inches of snow on

the ground.

TXZ001>003-006>008 Dallam–Sherman–Hansford–Hartley–

Moore–Hutchinson

23 0600CST

24 0600CST

A strong low pressure system in the

upper atmosphere tracked east out of

southern California and across the

southwest states into west Texas. A

cold front pushed southeast across the

Texas panhandle ushering in very cold

air at the surface. Heavy snowfall

occurred mainly across the northwest

and central Texas panhandle. Six to

eight inches of snow fell in Charming

… six inches of snow fell in Spearman

… and four inches of snow occurred in

Stratford … Dumas and Sunray …

Stinnett … and southeast of Texline.

TXZ004-011>012 Ochiltree–Oldham–Potter

23 1200CST

24 OOOOCST

A low pressure system in the upper

atmosphere approaching the Texas

panhandle from the west combined with

cold air at the surface to generate

heavy snowfall across the northeast and

southwestern Texas panhandle. Four to

five inches of snow fell at Waka in

Ochiltree county and four inches of

snow was reported at Boys Ranch in

Oldham county and also five miles south

of Masterson on U.S. Highway 289 in

rural Potter county.

TEXAS, Northeast

Angelina County

Lufkin 17 1905CST

2300CST

High water across FM 324 and FM 819

southwest of town

Angelina County

Lufkin 17 1905CST

2300CST

High water caused several cars to

stall. High water also reported across

FM 2497 just west of Burke.

Nacogdoches County

2 W Nacogdoches 17 2015CST

2300CST

High water across FM 225 and State Road

7 was flooded. CR Gravel Ridge and CR

302 washed out.

Red River County

Clarksville 23 1300CST

Angelina County

Lufkin 23 1515CST

1815CST

Several roads under water across the

city.

San Augustine

County

San Augustine 23 1642CST

Trees downed.

TEXAS, South

Jim Hogg County

4 SW Hebbronville 23 2200CST

2215CST

Jim Hogg County

3 S Hebbronville 23 2200CST

2215CST

A cluster of severe thunderstorms pro-

duced golf ball size hail and damaging

winds in and just south of

Hebbronville.

TEXAS, South Central

Blanco County

Johnson City to 01 Ol00CST

Blanco 0230CST

Showers and thunderstorms through the

late evening produced general 1 inch

totals across the central part of

Blanco County. Highest amounts ap-

proached 3 inches between Johnson City

and Blanco. Numerous rural roads were

closed due to flash flooding, including

FM2766 and FM 165.

Travis County

Austin Ol Ol00CST

0230CST

The Austin media reported that flash

flooding had developed shortly after

midnight as a general 1 inch rain fell

over the city. Some parts of the city

received up to 2 inches.

Travis County

Austin Ol 0600CST

0700CST

The Austin media reported that flash

flooding had redeveloped just prior to

sunrise over parts of Austin, including

Lakewood Dr. At Bull Creek. Other

problems were reported at Spicewood

Springs, along Capitol of Texas

Highway, FM535, and north-bound Mopac

Expressway near Steck Ave.

Hays County

San Marcos 14 2100CST

15 OOOOCST

The Blanco River rose to above bankfull

stage late on the evening of November

14, but remained below flood stage. Two

people attempted to drive through a low

water crossing on Post Oak Road where

the Blanco River crosses just south of

Kyle. The car was swept into the river

and washed downstream. The man was

rescued after catching on to a tree.

The woman also caught on to a tree but

lost her grip and was swept away and

drowned. F24VE

Val Verde County

Southeast Portion 15 0030CST

0230CST

General 1 inch rainfall over the

northwest part of Edwards County and

the southeast part of Val Verde County

during the late evening hours. The

highest totals were near 3 inches in

the extreme northwest comer of Edwards

County and near Del Rio. Several roads

in the southeast part of Val Verde

County were closed due to flash

flooding shortly after midnight.

Edwards County

Northwest Portion 15 0100CST

0230CST

General 1 inch rainfall over the

northwest part of Edwards County and

the southeast part of Val Verde County

during the late evening hours. The

highest totals were near 3 inches in

the extreme northwest comer of Edwards

County and near Del Rio. This rainfall

caused widespread flash flooding. SH55

was closed northwest of Rocksprings and

US377 was closed at the South Llano

River crossing.

Val Verde County

East Portion 16 0830CST

17 OOOOCST

Showers and thunderstorms redeveloped

during the early morning hours of the

16th, producing a general 1 inch

rainfall over the eastern half of the

county. Highest rain totals were near 4

inches near Del Rio as well as in the

extreme northeast part of the county.

FM 189 was closed northeast of June

through the afternoon and evening.

Edwards County

East Portion 16 1300CST

2200CST

Slow-moving showers and thunderstorms

formed in the late morning from eastern

Edwards County across much of Real

County. General 1 inch rainfall was

indicated across the two county area,

with highest totals of up to 4 inches

along both sides of the Edwards-Real

County line. US55 and FM335 were closed

due to flash flooding through the

remainder of the afternoon and evening.

Real County

Countywide 16 1300CST

17 OOOOCST

Slow-moving showers and thunderstorms

formed in the late morning from eastern

Edwards County across much of Real

County. General 1 inch rainfall was

indicated across the two county area,

with highest totals of up to 4 inches

along both sides of the Edwards-Real

County line. SH41 and FM335 were

reported under water through the after-

noon and evening.

Uvalde County

Countywide 16 1300CST

17 OOOOCST

The showers and thunderstorms from

Edwards and Real Counties spread south

and east into Bandera and Uvalde

Counties. Again, general 1 inch rain

amounts were indicated, with highest

totals near 3 inches just north and

west of Concan. At 2130CST, the Uvalde

Sheriffs Department reported all roads

in western Uvalde County were closed

except for US90.

Bandera County

Countywide 16 1430CST

17 0400CST

The showers and thunderstorms from

Edwards and Real Counties spread south

and east into Bandera and Uvalde

Counties. Flooding began in the western

part of Bandera County near 1430 CST,

spreading across the county into the

eastern parts near 2000CST. General

rainfall averages were around 1 inch.

Highest totals in the west were 2

inches near Vanderpool and highest

totals in the east were 5 inches just

southeast of Pipe Creek. In the west,

FM 187 was closed through the after-

noon. In the east, nearly all the roads

except for SH16 were closed through the

evening of the 16th and the early

morning of the 17th.

Kerr County

East Portion 16 1530CST

2300CST

Storms produced a general rainfall of 1

inch across the eastern half of Kerr

County during the early afternoon.

Highest amounts were 3 inches near

Center Point. FM480 was closed due to

high water for much of the late after-

noon and evening.

TXZ183 Val Verde

16 1630CST

18 1200CST

The Devils River at Cauthorn Ranch near

Juno crested at 10.38 ft at 1500CST on

November 17, where flood stage is 5 ft

Travis County

1 W Beecaves to 16 1652CST 0.5 100

.5 W Beecaves 1658CST

A small tornado was observed just west

of the intersection of Loop 360 and

FM2244 near Bee Cave. The tornado

struck in a wooded area and damaged

several trees before lifting and dis-

sipating.

Kinney County

Countywide 16 1700CST

2100CST

The showers and thunderstorms from

Edwards, Uvalde and Bandera Counties

continued to spread southward into

Kinney, Frio and Medina Counties

through the afternoon. In Kinney

County, storms dropped a general 1 inch

rainfall, with up to 3 inches in the

area from Brackettville to Spofford.

The Kinney County Sheriffs Department

reported that nearly all roads in the

county except for US90 were closed

through the late afternoon and early

evening.

Frio County

East Portion 16 1800CST

17 OOOOCST

The showers and thunderstorms from

Edwards, Uvalde and Bandera Counties

continued to spread southward into

Kinney, Frio and Medina Counties

through the afternoon. The storms in

Frio County fell heaviest in the

eastern half where between 1 and 3 inch

totals were prevalent. Up to 5 inches

was reported along the Atascosa County

Co line. FM462, FM472, FM140, and

FM2779 closed through the afternoon and

evening.

Medina County

East Portion 16 1800CST

17 OOOOCST

The showers and thunderstorms from

Edwards, Uvalde and Bandera Counties

continued to spread southward into

Kinney, Frio and Medina Counties

through the afternoon. These storms

produced between 1 and 3 inch rainfall

over the eastern half of Medina County.

Highest totals were near 5 inches

between Castroville to Natalia. FM471,

SH132, Sh173, FM2200 were closed

through the afternoon and evening. The

Medina County Sheriffs Department

reported pulling three people out of a

flooded car near LaCoste around

2000CST.

Atascosa County

Countywide 16 1830CST

17 0200CST

The showers and thunderstorms continue

to spread east and south, moving into

Atascosa County in the mid afternoon.

They left a general 1 inch rainfall

over the county, with highest totals of

up to 5 inches near Lytle. FM476,

FM2504, and SH 173 closed through the

afternoon and evening

Bexar County

Countywide 16 1830CST

17 0400CST

As the storms moved into Bexar County,

they spread a general rainfall of 1

inch across the county. Highest amounts

were 6 inches southwest of Von Ormy.

FM471 and FM476 closed from afternoon

into early morning. Around 10 pm on the

evening of November 16, a woman attemp-

ted to cross a flooded low bridge over

Leon Creek on foot in northwest San

Antonio, near the intersection of

Ingram and Wurzbach. She was warned by

a public works department employee not

to go across but she did so anyway. She

was swept into the flood waters and

drowned. F28OU

Bexar County

3 N Von Ormy to 16 1840CST 0.1 20

3.1 N Von Ormy 1842CST

Skywarn-trained Amateur Radio Operators

observed a small tornado that dropped

into an open area. The tornado was

about 20 yards wide and continued over

the ground for less than a quarter

mile. It caused no damage and was rated

F0 on the Fujita Scale.

Gillespie County

13 W Fredericksburg to 16 1843CST 2 100

11 W Fredericksburg 1847CST

Skywam-trained Amateur Radio Operators

observed a small tornado that dropped

into an open area. The tornado was

about 20 yards wide and continued over

the ground for less than a quarter

mile. It caused no damage and was rated

F0 on the Fujita Scale.

Gillespie County

Countywide 16 1900CST

17 0500CST

The storms continued to spread

northeastward during the late

afternoon, moving into Gillespie,

Kendall and Llano Counties. In

Gillespie County, general 2 to 3 inch

totals were indicated, with amounts of

up to 4 inches south of Fredericksburg

and 5 inches in the area from Doss to

Harper. Most county roads under water

except for US290 through the evening

and early morning hours. No high water

rescues were reported.

Kendall County

Countywide 16 1900CST

17 0600CST

The storms continued to spread

northeastward during the late

afternoon, moving into Gillespie,

Kendall and Llano Counties. Kendall

County totals averaged between 1 and 2

inches with widespread 3 to 4 inch

totals over the western half of the

county and highest amounts near 6

inches in the area around Comfort. More

than two dozen of the county’s roads

were closed due to high water. At one

point, IH10 was one of the few roads

still passable through the evening and

early morning. Several high water

rescues were performed.

Llano County

Countywide 16 1900CST

17 0300CST

The storms continued to spread

northeastward during the late

afternoon, moving into Gillespie,

Kendall and Llano Counties. Llano

County reported a general 1 to 2 inch

rainfall with up to 4 inches from

Bluffton to Kingsland to Sunrise Beach.

Most secondary county roads, along with

US29, US71 were closed due to flash

flooding through the evening and early

morning.

Gillespie County

.1 W Willow City to 16 1910CST 0.1 20

Willow City 1912CST

A second Gillespie County tornado was

reported by the Sheriffs Department to

have struck the community of Willow

City near 1910CST. It was about 20

yards wide and was on the ground for

less than short-lived and caused minor

damage to some trees before lifting and

dissipating. It was rated F0 on the

Fujita Scale.

Bexar County

5.1 SW Kelly Afb to 16 1923CST 0.1 20

5 SW Kelly Afb 1925CST

A small and short-lived tornado was

observed by the Kelly AFB Weather

Station. It was in open country and

caused no damage. It was rated F0 on

the Fujita Scale

Bexar County

5 N Grey Forest to 16 1927CST 0.1 20

5.1 N Grey Forest 1929CST

Skywarn-trained Amateur Radio Operators

reported a small, short-lived tornado

near Babcock Road and Scenic Loop Road.

The tornado was estimated at 20 yards

wide and touched down in open country,

causing no known damage. It was rated

F0 on the Fujita Scale.

TXZ183 Val Verde

16 1945CST

18 0615CST

The Devils River at Bakers Crossing 19N

crested at 13.48 ft at 1830CST on

November 17, where flood stage is 8 ft.

Blanco County

1 S Johnson City to 16 2020CST 7 200

6 NW Johnson City 17 2035CST

The tornado was reported to the Blanco

County Sheriffs Office near the inter-

section of US290E and US281, just south

of Johnson City. This tornado was ob-

served by a deputy as it tracked toward

the northeast. It was estimated to be

200 yards wide and continued along its

path for nearly 7 miles. It struck a

home on the southwest edge of Johnson

City causing minor roof damage. The

tornado lifted and disappeared near

2035CST. It was rated an F0 on the

Fujita Scale.

Blanco County

8 NW Johnson City to 16 2040CST 12 300

15 N Johnson City 2100CST

The storm that produced the first

Blanco County tornado continued toward

the northeast and produced a second

tornado near 2040CST. This tornado was

also observed by the Blanco County

deputy as it moved toward the north-

east. It was wider … at times

approaching 300 yards wide. It lifted

up and down and did not appear to touch

the ground much of the time. It con-

tinued on its path over open country

for almost 12 miles and dissipated near

2100CST. It was rated an F1 on the

Fujita Scale.

TXZ203 Uvalde

16 2045CST

17 1015CST

The Nueces River at Laguna crested at

16.13 ft at 0200CST on November 17,

where flood stage is 10 ft.

Comal County

3 NE Bracken to 16 2100CST 0.8 200

3.1 NE Bracken 2105CST

A tornado struck near Garden Ridge

along FM3009. Damage to the trophy oaks

subdivision was very concentrated …

with 40 or more trees snapped off or

pulled out of the ground laid down in

all directions. Some of the trees were

large with diameters in excess of 12

inches. The tornado appears to have

touched briefly along a path less than

one mile long. A review of the damage

suggested the tornado was approximately

200 yards wide. Homeowners where the

damage occurred reported hearing only a

brief noise as its truck. It dissipated

near 2105CST and was rated F1 on the

Fujita Scale.

Blanco County

Countywide 16 2130CST

17 OOOOCST

The showers and thunderstorms continued

to spread eastward, moving into Blanco,

Comal, Guadalupe and Hays Counties in

the early evening. In Blanco County,

they produced a general 1 inch rainfall

with up to 3 inches near Hye as the

maximum. FM1623 and FM 1323 were closed

through the evening.

Comal County

Countywide 16 2200CST

17 0700CST

The showers and thunderstorms continued

to spread eastward, moving into Blanco,

Comal, Guadalupe and Hays Counties in

the early evening. In Comal County,

they produced a general 1 inch rain

with highest amounts of up to 3 inches

east of Sattler. Most rural roads in

eastern Comal County were closed,

including FM306 and FM484, through the

evening and early morning hours.

Guadalupe County

Countywide 16 2230CST

17 0600CST

The showers and thunderstorms continued

to spread eastward, moving into Blanco,

Comal, Guadalupe and Hays Counties in

the early evening. In Guadalupe County,

they produced a general 1 inch rain

with maximum amounts near 3 inches in

the area from Marion to McQueeny to

Geronimo. More than two dozen roads

were closed in western Guadalupe County

through the evening and early morning

hours.

Hays County

Countywide 16 23000ST

17 1000CST

The showers and thunderstorms continued

to spread eastward, moving into Blanco,

Comal, Guadalupe and Hays Counties in

the early evening. In Hays County, they

produced a general 1 to 2 inch

rainfall. The highest amounts were near

6 inches near San Marcos. Nearly all

rural roads in Hays County were closed

from midnight into the mid-moming. The

flash flooding was worst in the eastern

part of Hays County. A driver moved a

barricade from across a flooded low

water crossing and then attempted to

take his vehicle through the water. The

vehicle stalled in the high water and

both occupants climbed onto the top of

the vehicle. They were rescued by a

Star Flite helicopter crew. The driver

was later arrested for moving the

barricade.

Travis County

Countywide 16 2300CST

17 11000ST

By late evening, the storms had spread

into Travis, Williamson and Burnet

Counties, with general rain totals of 1

to 2 inches in each of the counties.

Highest amounts in Travis County were

near 5 inches across much of the city

of Austin. Many secondary city and

rural roads were closed from midnight

to mid-moming. Flooding was worst in

the central part of county but the last

of the flash flooding took place in the

western portion.

Williamson County

Countywide 16 2330CST

17 09000ST

By late evening, the storms had spread

into Travis, Williamson and Burnet

Counties, with general rain totals of 1

to 2 inches in each of the counties.

Highest amounts in Williamson County

were near 4 inches between Leander and

Round Rock. The worst flooding problem

was in the south part of the county

where rural roads were flooded through

the early morning hours.

TXZ190 Blanco

17 0000CST

1230CST

The Pedernales River at Johnson City

crested at 17.73 ft at 0715CST on

November 17, where flood stage is 14

ft.

Burnet County

Countywide 17 0030CST

11000ST

By late evening, the storms had spread

into Travis, Williamson and Burnet

Counties, with general rain totals of 1

to 2 inches in each of the counties.

Highest amounts in Bumet County were

near 4 inches in the western part of

the county. FM1431, FM2147 and FM2341

were closed through mid-morning.

TXZ173 Williamson

17 0130CST

1815CST

The South Fork of the San Gabriel River

crested at 15.53 ft at 1330CST on

November 17, where flood stage is 9 ft.

Wilson County

West Portion 17 02000ST

08000ST

The Bexar, Atascosa and Guadalupe

County storms spread into Wilson County

during the late night hours and

produced general 1 inch totals over the

western half of the county. Highest

totals were between 2 and 3 inches just

west of Floresville. FM536, FM 1103,

FM2579 were closed briefly after

midnight.

TXZ203 Uvalde

17 0415CST

18 0300CST

The Nueces at Uvalde crested at 14.75

ft at 1345CST on November 17, where

flood stage is 11ft.

TXZ191 Hays

17 0445CST

1645CST

The Blanco River at Wimberley crested

at 20.12 ft at 0830CST on November 17,

where flood stage is 13 ft.

TXZ171 Llano

17 0841CST

18 0445CST

The Llano River at Llano crested at

22.07 ft at 1156CST on November 17,

where flood stage is 10 ft.

Gonzales County

North Portion 17 09000ST

1130CST

Storms began producing rainfall over

Bastrop, Gonzales, DeWitt and Lavaca

Counties in the early morning. By mid

morning, the northern half of the

county had received a general 1 inch

soaking, with highest totals of 4

inches between Waelder and the city of

Gonzales. SH97, SH304, FM704, FM1115,

and FM1296 were closed until near noon.

Bastrop County

Countywide 17 1030CST

13000ST

Storms began producing rainfall over

Bastrop, Gonzales, DeWitt and Lavaca

Counties in the early morning. By mid

morning, Bastrop County had received a

general 1 inch rainfall, with up to 4

inches between Rockne and the city of

Bastrop. SH95, SH304, and FM20 were

under water briefly.

De Witt County

Countywide 17 11000ST

1330CST

Storms began producing rainfall over

Bastrop, Gonzales, DeWitt and Lavaca

Counties in the early morning. By mid

morning, DeWitt County had received a

general 1 inch rainfall, with up to 3

inches east of Cuero. Several rural

roads in DeWitt County were closed from

late morning into early evening due to

high water.

Lavaca County

Countywide 17 1130CST

1330CST

Storms began producing rainfall over

Bastrop, Gonzales, DeWitt and Lavaca

Counties in the early morning. By mid

morning, Lavaca County had received a

general 1 inch rainfall, with up to 3

inches in the extreme southwestern part

of the county. FM531, SH111 and FM318

were closed from late morning into

early evening due to high water.

TXZ205 Bexar

17 1200CST

19 0715CST

The Medina River US 281 South crested

at 26.28 ft at 2000CST on November 17,

where flood stage is 20 ft.

TXZ219 Frio

18 0145CST

22 1815CST

The Nueces River at Ashcrton crested at

28.19 ft at 1100CST on November 20,

where flood stage is 20 ft.

De Witt County

Countywide 20 1700CST

1830CST

Showers and thunderstorms re-developed

over DeWitt and Lavaca Counties in the

early afternoon of November 17. They

produced a general 1 inch rain over the

two counties, with highest totals of up

to 3 inches between Cuero and Sweet

Home. FM766, FM953, and FM443 were

closed. A car was reported to have

washed off CR158 near Sandies Creek.

Lavaca County

Countywide 20 1730CST

21 0000CST

Showers and thunderstorms re-developed

over DeWitt and Lavaca Counties in the

early afternoon of November 17. They

produced a general 1 inch rain over the

two counties, with highest totals of up

to 3 inches between Cuero and Sweet

Home. Several rural roads were closed

in Lavaca County during the evening due

to high water.

Lavaca County

11 S Halletsville 20 1855CST

1910CST

Lavaca County

11.3 S Halletsville to 20 1910CST 0.3 30

11 S Halletsville 1915CST

An NWS cooperative observer reported

seeing a small tornado drop down in

open country, travel around one-quarter

mile and lift back into the parent

thunderstorm. The tornado did not cause

any damage and was rated F0 on the

Fujita Scale.

De Witt County

Countywide 21 0730CST

1830CST

Showers and thunderstorms again

re-developed over DeWitt and Lavaca

Counties on the morning of the 21st.

They produced another general 1 inch

rain in DeWitt County, with highest

amounts near 4 inches along the DeWitt

and Victoria County lines. The worst

flash flooding problems were reported

from Nordheim to Yorktown to Cuero.

FM766, among many other rural roads,

was closed through much of the

afternoon.

Lavaca County

Countywide 21 0730CST

2000CST

Showers and thunderstorms again

re-developed over DeWitt and Lavaca

Counties on the morning of the 21st.

They produced a general 1 to 2 inch

rain in Lavaca County, with highest

amounts of 5 to 7 inches over the

southeast part of the county. Flash

flooding was widespread, with nearly

all secondary roads in Lavaca County

under water through the late afternoon

and early evening.

Bexar County

Countywide 21 12000ST

14000ST

Scattered showers and thunderstorms

spread across South Central Texas on

the morning of November 21. They

produced general 1 inch rainfall over

Bexar County, with the highest totals

of 3 inches in the southeast part of

the county. Numerous county roads were

closed due to flash flooding. Salado

Creek was particularly effective in

closing low water crossings.

Gonzales County

Countywide 21 1230CST

19000ST

Scattered showers and thunderstorms

spread across South Central Texas on

the morning of November 21. They

produced general 1 inch rainfall over

Gonzales County, with the highest

totals of 3 inches in the southeast

part of the county near Smiley. Several

secondary roads were closed, including

FM108 and SHl 11 through the afternoon.

Guadalupe County

Countywide 21 1230CST

1800CST

Scattered showers and thunderstorms

spread across South Central Texas on

the morning of November 21. They

produced general 1 inch rainfall over

Guadalupe County, with the highest

totals of 3 inches in the western part

of the county along Cibolo Creek. Road

closures were reported all across

western Guadalupe County.

Bastrop County

Countywide 21 1330CST

2000CST

Scattered showers and thunderstorms

spread across South Central Texas on

the morning of November 21. They

produced general 1 inch rainfall over

Bastrop County, with the highest totals

of 3 inches near Paige. Most of the

secondary roads in northern Bastrop

County were closed during the afternoon

hours.

Caldwell County

Countywide 21 1330CST

1730CST

Scattered showers and thunderstorms

spread across South Central Texas on

the morning of November 21. They

produced general 1 inch rainfall over

Caldwell County, with the highest

totals of 3 inches in the southeast

part of the county along the Gonzales

County line. FM713, FM86, and SH304

were closed through much of the

afternoon due to high water.

Comal County

Countywide 21 1330CST

1500CST

Scattered showers and thunderstorms

spread across South Central Texas on

the morning of November 21. They

produced general 1 inch rainfall over

Comal County, with the highest totals

of 3 inches in New Braunfels. High

water closed FM3009, FM306, FM1863 and

FM2722 through the early afternoon.

Hays County

Countywide 21 1330CST

1530CST

Scattered showers and thunderstorms

spread across South Central Texas on

the morning of November 21. They

produced general 1 inch rainfall over

Hays County, with the highest totals of

3 inches across the central part of the

county. Among the rural roads closed

through the early afternoon due to high

water were FM3237, FM150, FM967 and

FM12.

Bastrop County

10 SE Bastrop 21 1355CST

1405CST

Amateur radio operators reported that

severe thunderstorms winds blew down

trees along SH71 about 10 miles

southeast of Bastrop. No other damage

was reported.

Llano County

3 S Oxford 21 1455CST

Fayette County

Northeast Portion 21 1500CST

1930CST

Slow-moving thunderstorms produced

widespread 1 to 2 inch rainfall from

northeastern Fayette County across much

of Lee County during the late morning

and early afternoon. Highest rain

totals in Fayette County were 3 inches

just northeast of Warda. Among

afternoon road closures due to high

water were FM153, FM1291 and SH237.

Lee County

Countywide 21 15000ST

2130CST

Slow-moving thunderstorms produced

widespread 1 to 2 inch rainfall from

northeastern Fayette County across much

of Lee County during the late morning

and early afternoon. Highest rain

totals in Lee County were 3 inches

along FM696 just east of Lexington.

High water closed FM696, FM112, FM1624

and FM141 from late afternoon into the

evening hours.

Burnet County

10 NW Marble Falls 21 1510CST

1520CST

The Burner County Sheriffs department

reported that severe thunderstorm winds

had blown down several trees about 10

miles northwest of Marble Falls

Karnes County

Northeast Portion 21 1530CST

2000CST

Showers and thunderstorms dropped

general 1 inch totals across the

northeastern part of Karnes County.

Up to 4 inches fell near Gillett. Flash

flooding closed many roads through the

late afternoon and early evening,

including FM887 and US80.

TXZ224 De Witt

21 2000CST

29 1945CST

The Guadalupe River at Cuero crested at

40.61 ft at 23000ST on November 24,

where flood stage is 20 ft

Comal County

Countywide 22 0030CST

1000CST

Showers and thunderstorms, forming

along the IH35 condor, produced general

1 inch rain totals over Comal, Hays,

Travis and Williamson Counties. Highest

rain totals in Comal County were near 3

inches in the Sattler area. Flash

flooding closed portions of FM306 and

FM2673 through the early and mid

morning hours.

Hays County

Countywide 22 0030CST

0500CST

Showers and thunderstorms, forming

along the IH35 corridor, produced

general 1 inch rain totals over Comal,

Hays, Travis and Williamson Counties.

Highest rain totals in Hays County were

near 3 inches in the area between

Driftwood and Dripping Springs. High

water closed parts of FM12, FM967,

FM150 and FM 1826 through the early

morning hours.

Travis County

Countywide 22 0J00CST

05000ST

Showers and thunderstorms, forming

along the IH35 condor, produced general

1 inch rain totals over Comal, Hays,

Travis and Williamson Counties. Highest

rain totals in Travis County were near

4 inches in the area around downtown

Austin. Numerous creeks were reported

to be in flood, including Wilbarger

Creek, Shoal Creek, Waller Creek, and

Bull Creek. At one point, several cars

were tossed around by flood waters in a

downtown Austin County parking lot by

the waters of Waller Creek.

Williamson County

Countywide 22 01000ST

04000ST

Showers and thunderstorms, forming

along the IH35 corridor, produced

general 1 inch rain totals over Comal,

Hays, Travis and Williamson Counties.

Highest rain totals in Williamson

County were near 3 inches over the

southern portion near the Travis County

line. FM2243, FM620, and FM685, among

many others, were reported to be closed

in places by high water.

Atascosa County

North Portion 22 0130CST

0300CST

An area of showers and thunderstorms

redeveloped late on the evening of

November 21 and continued into the

early morning hours of the 22nd. It

produced widespread 1 inch totals over

Atascosa, Bexar, Frio and Medina

Counties, resulting in the flash

flooding of numerous rural roads.

Highest rain totals in Atascosa County

were near 3 inches in the area between

Poteet and Leming.

Bexar County

Countywide 22 0130CST

0930CST

An area of showers and thunderstorms

redeveloped late on the evening of

November 21 and continued into the

early morning hours of the 22nd. It

produced widespread 1 inch totals over

Atascosa, Bexar, Frio and Medina

Counties, resulting in the flash

flooding of numerous rural roads.

Highest rain totals in Bexar County

were near 4 inches from Elmendorf to St

Hedwig. More than 60 city streets and

over 40 county roads were closed due to

flooding. Non-essential San Antonio

city government employees were sent

home early and college campuses were

closed. A woman in north central San

Antonio attempted to drive her minivan

through a low water crossing over

Lorence Creek in the 14700 block of

Henderson Pass near 830 am, when the

vehicle stalled in deep, rising water.

She left the vehicle, attempting to get

to higher ground, but was swept off her

feet and drowned. More than 21 others

were rescued in by county firefighters

in high water across the county. City

rescue teams made 136 high water

rescues. State-dispatched Blackhawk

helicopters rescued four people in

southeast Bexar County. 125 people were

evacuated from a county mobile home

park due to rising water.

Frio County

East Portion 22 0130CST

0230CST

An area of showers and thunderstorms

redeveloped late on the evening of

November 21 and continued into the

early morning hours of the 22nd. It

produced widespread 1 inch totals over

Atascosa, Bexar, Frio and Medina

Counties, resulting in the flash

flooding of numerous rural roads.

Highest rain totals in Frio County were

2 inches southeast of Pearsall along

SH85.

Medina County

Northeast Portion 22 0230CST

0500CST

An area of showers and thunderstorms

redeveloped late on the evening of

November 21 and continued into the

early morning hours of the 22nd. It

produced widespread 1 inch totals over

Atascosa, Bexar, Frio and Medina

Counties, resulting in the flash

flooding of numerous rural roads.

Highest rain totals in Medina County

were 3 inches near Mico and around the

Medina Lake area. FM471, FM1283 and

FM1957 were reported under water

through the early morning hours.

TXZ192 Travis

22 0315CST

0845CST

The Colorado River at Austin crested at

25.91 ft at 05000ST on November 22,

where flood stage is 24 ft.

Bastrop County

East Portion 22 0330CST

1230CST

As the area of showers and

thunderstorms continued to spread

eastward, the activity moved into

Bastrop, Caldwell, Guadalupe, and

Fayette Counties. The storms left a

general 1 to 2 inch rainfall over the

area, with highest totals in eastern

Bastrop County of 5 inches south of

Rosanky. Most rural roads in Bastrop

County were closed through the morning.

Several residents of Smithville were

taken to an evacuation shelter, fearing

that their homes might be flooded.

Caldwell County

Countywide 22 0330CST

1700CST

As the area of showers and

thunderstorms continued to spread

eastward, the activity moved into

Bastrop, Caldwell, Guadalupe, and

Fayette Counties. The storms left a

general 1 to 2 inch rainfall over the

area, with totals of 3 to 5 inches in

the southern half of Caldwell County of

and up to 6 inches east of Luling. Most

county roads in Caldwell County were

closed due to high water through the

morning and early afternoon.

Guadalupe County

Countywide 22 0330CST

17000ST

As the area of showers and

thunderstorms continued to spread

eastward, the activity moved into

Bastrop, Caldwell, Guadalupe, and

Fayette Counties. The storms left a

general 1 to 2 inch rainfall over

Guadalupe County, with widespread 4

inch totals in the northern part of the

county and highest amounts between 6

and 8 inches just east of Seguin.

Nearly all low water crossings in

Guadalupe County were closed through

the morning and afternoon. Officials

reported that 15 vehicles were trapped

in high water during the flooding, but

that all occupants were safely rescued.

Nearly 200 homes had sustained some

level of damage in the flooding since

November 16. Several families were

evacuated from their homes in Treasure

Island. In all, about 70 people were

forced to leave their homes due to

flooding.

Fayette County

Countywide 22 04000ST

16000ST

As the area of showers and

thunderstorms continued to spread

eastward, the activity moved into

Bastrop, Caldwell, Guadalupe, and

Fayette Counties. The storms left a

general 1 to 2 inch rainfall over

Fayette County, with highest totals of

7 inches from Muldoon to LaGrange. Most

secondary roads in the county under

water from morning through mid

afternoon.

TXZ209 Fayette

22 0500CST

25 1445CST

The Colorado River at LaGrange crested

at 41.56 ft at 08000ST on November 23,

where flood stage is 26 ft.

TXZ192 Travis

22 05000ST

23 0330CST

Onion Creek in Austin at Hwy 183

crested at 23.78 ft at 1115CST on

November 22, where flooo stage is 17

ft.

Gonzales County

North Portion 22 06000ST

14000ST

As the area of showers and

thunderstorms continued to spread

eastward, the activity moved into

Fayette, Gonzales, Lavaca and Lee

Counties. The storms left a general 1

to 2 inch rainfall over the area, with

highest totals in Gonzales County of 5

inches from Harwood to Waelder. SH97,

SH304, FM1115, and FM1296, among many

others, were closed into early

afternoon. Officials reported that a

few homes had minor flooding, but that

no evacuations or rescues were

required.

Lavaca County

Southeast Portion 22 06000ST

09000ST

As the area of showers and

thunderstorms continued to spread

eastward, the activity moved into

Fayette, Gonzales, Lavaca and Lee

Counties. The storms left a general 1

to 2 inch rainfall across Lavaca

County, with highest totals of 6 inches

near Speaks. FM530 and FM2437 were

closed early morning.

Lee County

Countywide 22 0700CST

14000ST

As the area of showers and

thunderstorms continued to spread

eastward, the activity moved into

Fayette, Gonzales, Lavaca and Lee

Counties. The storms left a general 1

to 2 inch rainfall over the area, with

highest totals in Lee County of 5

inches near Fedor. FM1624, FM696,

FM112, and FM619 were reported closed

from morning into early afternoon.

TXZ193 Bastrop

22 0701CST

24 1630CST

The Colorado River at Smithville

crested at 27.85 ft at 1830CST on

November 23, where flood stage is 20

ft.

TXZ193 Bastrop

22 08000ST

24 0415CST

The Colorado River at Bastrop crested

at 31.65 ft at 0730CST on November 23,

where flood stage is 23 ft.

TXZ205 Bexar

22 08000ST

24 1745CST

The San Antonio River near Elmendorf

crested at 50.76 ft at 0730CST on

November 23, where flood stage is 35

ft.

Bexar County

North Portion 22 08000ST

1700CST

Showers and thunderstorms

re-intensified once again along the

IH35 corridor, producing generally 1 to

2 inch rainfall from Bexar County

northward through Comal and Hays

Counties. Widespread 3 to 5 inch totals

were reported in the northeast corner

of Bexar County with highest rain

totals near 8 in the Schertz area.

Nearly all rural and county roads in

northern Bexar County were closed. At

15000ST, it was reported by Bexar

Emergency Management that more than 60

roads remained closed. The city and

county reported 160 high water rescues,

with as many as 39 in one hour.

Comal County

Countywide 22 08000ST

1800CST

Showers and thunderstorms

re-intensified once again along the

IH35 corridor, producing generally 1 to

2 inch rainfall from Bexar County

northward through Comal and Hays

Counties. Widespread 3 to 4 in totals

were reported in the southeastern half

of Comal County, with highest amounts

near 7 inches in the extreme south part

of the county, along the

Bexar-Guadalupe-Comal County junction.

All secondary roads in southern third

of Comal county were reported to have

been under water. In fact, so many

roads were flooded that public service

crews ran out of barricades. Officials

reported that approximately two dozen

homes had received some flooding

damage. Several rescues were reported

along FM1863 and FM482. One swift water

rescue crew was responding to a vehicle

stalled in high water. The driver at

first remained with the vehicle, then

decided to abandon it and try to get to

high ground. She was swept away but

managed to catch on to a tree. The

rescue team’s boat was damaged as it

slammed into the tree while moving in

the swift current. Two more swift water

rescue teams from the South Texas

Regional Advisory County for Trauma

(STRAC) were dispatched to rescue the

three and were able to do so. This

event had gone on for nearly 2 hours

and the woman was taken to a hospital

suffering from hypothermia.

Hays County

Countywide 22 0900CST

15000ST

Showers and thunderstorms

re-intensified once again along the

IH35 corridor, producing generally 1 to

2 inch rainfall from Bexar County

northward through Comal and Hays

Counties. Widespread 3 to 4 in totals

were reported in the western half of

Hays County from Wimberley to

Driftwood. Most county roads were under

water through the morning and early

afternoon.

TXZ206 Comal

22 0930CST

23 22000ST

The Guadalupe River at New Braunfels

below the Comal crested at 22.17 ft at

14000ST on November 22, where flood

stage is 13 ft.

Travis County

Countywide 22 1000CST

16000ST

Showers and thunderstorms

re-intensified once again along the

IH35 corridor, producing generally 1 to

2 inch rainfall from Bexar County

northward through Coma] and Hays

Counties into Travis and Williamson

Counties. Highest amounts in Travis

County were near 5 inches in the

southeast part of the county. More than

30 roads were reported closed through

the early afternoon.

Williamson County

East Portion 22 1000CST

15000ST

Showers and thunderstorms

re-intensified once again along the

IH35 corridor, producing generally 1 to

2 inch rainfall from Bexar County

northward through Comal and Hays

Counties into Travis and Williamson

Counties. Highest rain totals in

Williamson County were near 3 inches in

the extreme eastern portion. Numerous

secondary roads were flooded through

the morning and early afternoon.

TXZ206 Comal

22 1015CST

23 1045CST

The Comal River at New Braunfels

crested at 22.43 ft at 1330CST on

November 22, where flood stage is 15

ft.

TXZ206 Comal

22 1045CST

23 2110CST

The Guadalupe River at New Braunfels

above the Comal crested at 16.57 ft at

1430CST on November 22, where flood

stage is 7 ft.

TXZ207 Guadalupe

22 1120CST

23 0115CST

The Guadalupe River at Seguin crested

at 31.00 ft at 18000ST on November 22,

where flood stage is 19 ft.

TXZ205 Bexar

22 1145CST

13000ST

Olmos Creek at Dresden Drive crested at

10.57 ft at 1305CST on November 22,

where flood stage is 9 ft.

TXZ205 Bexar

22 1445CST

23 0400CST

Salado Creek at Loop 13 crested at

27.37 ft at 2030CST on November 22,

where flood stage is 18 ft.

TXZ223 Gonzales

22 1530CST

26 0830CST

The Guadalupe River at Gonzales crested

at 43.97 ft at 11000ST on November 23,

where flood stage is 31 ft.

Lavaca County

Northeast Portion 22 1530CST

21000ST

Persistent showers and thunderstorms

dropped a general 1 inch rain across

northeast Lavaca County. Highest totals

were between 2 and 3 inches near the

Colorado County line. FM532, FM530, and

FM2437 were closed briefly due to high

water.

TXZ205 Bexar

22 1715CST

23 0115CST

Leon Creek at IH 35 crested at 22.92 ft

at 1945CST on November 22, where flood

stage is 15 ft.

TXZ208 Caldwell

22 2215CST

25 0930CST

The San Marcos River below Luling

crested at 34.91 ft at 2215CST on

November 22, where flood stage is 20

ft.

TXZ222 Karnes

23 02000ST

25 05000ST

Cibolo Creek near Falls City crested at

34.01 ft at 0445CST on November 23,

where flood stage is 17 ft

TXZ224 De Witt

23 03000ST

25 0915CST

Sandies Creek at Westhoff crested at

22.28 at 0315CST on November 24, where

flood stage is 21 ft.

Travis County

Austin 23 0855CST

09000ST

Burnet County

South Portion 23 09000ST

1100CST

Showers and thunderstorms over southern

Bumet County produced between 1 and 2

inches of rain, with up to 3 inches

reported in the Marble Falls area.

Flash flooding closed FM243 and FM1431

during the mid morning.

Bexar County

Northeast Portion 23 0930CST

1130CST

Showers and thunderstorms with rainfall

rates of up to 3 inches per hour formed

in the early morning hours along the

IH35 corridor from San Antonio through

New Braunfels and San Marcos into the

Austin area. The storms produced a

general 1 inch over the northeast

portion of Bexar County, with up to 4

inches near the intersection of Loop

1604 and IH35. Widespread flash

flooding was reported over the

northeast part of the county, including

many roads closed in and around

Universal City and Converse.

Comal County

Southeast Portion 23 0930CST

11000ST

Showers and thunderstorms with rainfall

rates of up to 3 inches per hour formed

in the early morning hours along the

IH35 corridor from San Antonio through

New Braunfels and San Marcos into the

Austin area. The storms produced a

general 1 inch over the southeast part

of Comal County, with totals between 3

and 4 inches from New Braunfels to

Selma. Flash flooding was widespread

along the southeast edge of the county.

Among many other roads, FM3009, and

FM1863 were closed due to high water

through the mid morning.

Hays County

Southeast Portion 23 0930CST

11000ST

Showers and thunderstorms with rainfall

rates of up to 3 inches per hour formed

in the early morning hours along the

IH35 corridor from San Antonio through

New Braunfels and San Marcos into the

Austin area. The storms produced a

general rain of between 1 and 2 inches

in the southeast half of Hays County.

Highest totals were between 3 and 4

inches along the IH35 portion of the

county between San Marcos and Buda.

Flash flooding closed most low water

crossings in southeast Hays County

through the mid morning period,

including SH123, FM150, and FM621.

Travis County

Southeast Portion 23 1000CST

12000ST

Showers and thunderstorms with rainfall

rates of up to 3 inches per hour formed

in the early morning hours along the

IH35 corridor from San Antonio through

New Braunfels and San Marcos into the

Austin area. The storms produced a

rainfall between 1 and 2 inches in the

southeast half of Travis County,

particularly along the stretch of IH35.

Dozens of low water crossings were

flooded, closing numerous county roads

in southeast Travis County. Among many

roads closed during the late morning

were FM812, FM973, and FM969.

Williamson County

1 NW Taylor 23 1040CST 0.1 20

1041CST

A member of the public spotted a small

tornado as it dropped to the ground in

open country just northwest of Taylor.

The tornado was small and short-lived

and caused no known damage. It was

rated F0 on the Fujita Scale.

Williamson County

3 NW Round Rock 23 1051CST 0.1 20

1052CST

Around ten minutes after the report of

a tornado near Taylor, members of the

public reported a second small and

short-lived tornado just northwest of

Round Rock. Again, it was a small

tornado that struck in open country and

lifted back into the thunderstorm very

quickly. No damage was indicated. The

tornado was rated F0 on the Fujita

Scale.

Bastrop County

Cedar Creek 23 1055CST

1110CST

The Bastrop County Sheriffs Department

reported several trees blown down near

Cedar Creek by severe thunderstorm

winds.

Williamson County

6 N Hutto to 23 1105CST 0.3 30

6.3 N Hutto 1106CST

A Skywam-trained Amateur Radio Spotter

observed a small tornado as it touched

down north of Hutto about 15 minutes

after the Round Rock tornado. This

tornado was estimated at 30yds wide and

moved toward the northeast for

approximately one quarter mile long

before lifting and dissipating. The

tornado was also rated F0 on the Fujita

Scale.

Fayette County

.3 SW La Grange to 23 1334CST 0.3 30

La Grange 1336CST

The Fayette County Sheriffs Department

reported that a small tornado had

touched down very briefly in LaGrange

and had knocked over a small structure

on Reynolds St. Minor damage was also

reported to cars and windows of

buildings in the area. The tornado

remained on the ground for

approximately one quarter mile, then

lifted and dissipated. It was rated FO

on the Fujita Scale.

Maverick County

15 N Eagle Pass to 23 1535CST 0.1 20

15.1 N Eagle Pass 1536CST

Deputies from the Maverick County

Sheriffs Department observed a small

and short-lived tornado as it touched

down very briefly in open country north

of Eagle Pass. The tornado was reported

to be moving toward the east at nearly

45 mph. It was rated F0 on the Fujita

Scale.

Maverick County

Quemado 23 1605CST

1615CST

Maverick County

18 NE Eagle Pass to 23 1640CST 0.3 30

18.3 NE Eagle Pass 1641CST

Nearly one hour after the first tornado

sighting, deputies from the Maverick

County Sheriffs Department observed a

second small tornado along US57 in open

country. The tornado was estimated to

be on the ground for about one quarter

mile as it tracked toward the east at

almost 50 miles and hour. No damage was

indicated. The tornado was rated F0 on

the Fujita Scale.

Zavala County

Batesville 23 1630CST

1640CST

Zavala County

6.1 W La Pryor to 23 1638CST 0.1 20

6 W La Pryor 1639CST

Deputies from the Zavala County

Sheriffs Department observed a small

and short-lived tornado as it touched

down west of LaPryor in the late

afternoon. The tornado moved briefly

over open country and caused no known

damage. It was rated F0 on the Fujita

Scale.

Maverick County

20 NE Eagle Pass to 23 1712CST 0.5 50

20.5 NE Eagle Pass 1714CST

About 30 minutes after the first

tornado sighting along US57,

Skywarn-trained spotters from the Eagle

Pass Fire Department reported a second

tornado near the same location. This

tornado was reported to be on the

ground for almost half a mile and was

larger than either of the first two. It

tracked toward the east over open

country at nearly 50 miles an hour. It

was also rated F0 on the Fujita Scale.

Frio County

5 N Pearsall 23 1745CST

1755CST

TXZ222 Karnes

23 17000ST

25 2245CST

The San Antonio River at Falls City

crested at 20.20 ft at 1545CST on

November 24, where flood stage is 12

ft.

Burnet County

Bertram 23 1800CST

1810CST

Burnet County

3 SE Bertram 23 1808CST 0.1 20

1809CST

Deputies from the Burnet County

Sheriffs Department reported that a

small tornado had touched down briefly

in open country east of Bertram. It

moved toward the northeast for about

one tenth of a mile, the lifted and

dissipated. No damage was reported. The

tornado was rated F0 on the Fujita

Scale.

Williamson County

.4 W Jarrell to 23 1808CST 0.3 400

.1 W Jarrell 1810CST

Two experienced, Skywarn-trained

Amateur Radio Operators observed and

filmed a weak but rather large tornado

near Jarrell. The tornado was estimated

at nearly 400 yards wide and touched

down in open country, it caused only

minor damage to vegetation, suggesting

that it was of generally low strength.

From this information it was rated F0

on the Fujita Scale.

Atascosa County

Pleasanton 23 1810CST

1820CST

Williamson County

Liberty Hill 23 1816CST

1818CST

Atascosa County

Poteet 23 1825CST

1835CST

Zavala County

La Pryor 23 1825CST

1835CST

Williamson County

2 N Georgetown 23 1825CST

1835CST

Williamson County

3 W Jarrell 23 1825CST

1835CST

Williamson County

Hutto 23 1827CST

1830CST

Skywarn-trained Amateur Radio Operators

observed a small funnel as it dipped

below clouds near Hutto. It quickly

lifted back into the thunderstorm

without touching down.

Williamson County

Leander 23 1835CST

1845CST

Karnes County

Karnes City 23 1925CST

1935CST

Karnes County

Kenedy 23 1925CST

1935CST

Karnes County

.1 W Kenedy to 23 1946CST 0.1 20

Kenedy 1947CST

The Karnes County Sheriffs Department

reported that a small tornado had

touched down briefly in Kenedy in an

open area. It lifted and dissipated

quickly, causing no damage. The tornado

was rated F0 on the Fujita Scale.

De Witt County

.2 W Yorktown to 23 2000CST 0.1 20

.1 W Yorktown 2001CST

Skywarn-trained Amateur Radio Operators

from the Yorktown area observed a small

and short-lived tornado as it touched

down near Yorktown. It struck in open

country, then lifted back into the

thunderstorm base and dissipated. No

damage was indicated. The tornado was

rated F0 on the Fujita Scale.

Fayette County

La Grange 23 2010CST

2020CST

De Witt County

3 N Cuero to 23 2013CST 0.5 100

3.5 N Cuero 2015CST

Skywarn-trained Amateur Radio Operators

reported that a tornado touched down

north of Cuero, destroying two mobile

homes. The tornado was estimated at 100

yards wide and moved toward the east

along a dissipating. No other damage

was indicated. The tornado was rated Fl

on the Fujita Scale. It was the

strongest and most destructive of the

several tornadoes reported on November

23.

Lavaca County

Sublime to 23 2058CST 0.1 20

.1 NE Sublime 2059CST

The Lavaca County Sheriff’s Department

reported that a small tornado had

touched down briefly in open country

near Sublime. It caused no known damage

and was rated F0 on the Fujita Scale.

TEXAS, South Panhandle

TXZ021>024- Parmer–Castro–Swisher–Briscoe–

027>029-033>036- Bailey–Lamb–Hale–Cochran–Hockley–

390>41 Lubbock–Crosby–Yoakum–Terry–Lynn

02 0000CST

03 1700CST

TXZ030 Floyd

02 0000CST

03 1700CST

On Tuesday, November 2, 2004, a

powerful upper level storm system

passed through West Texas. As a result,

the season’s first measurable snowfall

occurred across West Texas mainly along

and west of the Caprock. Locally heavy

snow fell over the southwest portions

of the Panhandle and northwest South

Plains with 8 to 12 inches of snow

reported across Parmer, Castro, and

Lamb Counties including the cities of

Friona, Dimmitt, and Littlefield.

Lubbock generally received from 3 to 5

inches of snow. The heavy wet snow

caused roadways to became snow packed

and icy in many locations.

Additionally, the heavy wet snow

accumulating on trees (many which still

had their leaves) resulted in many

branches down. Some of the downed

branches fell on power lines causing

power outages.

For Lubbock, the earliest measurable

snowfall was in October 1976, when four

inches of snow fell on the 28th. This

is the first measurable snow that

Lubbock has had in November, since

November 7th 2000 when 4 inches was

recorded.

TEXAS, Southeast

Tyler County

Colmesneil 21 0315CST

Tyler County

Woodville 23 1515CST

Hardin County

Honey Is to 23 1608CST 16 200

12 NE Kountze 1628CST

The first tornado of the day touched

down in a rural area of Hardin County,

and mainly travelled through timber

country. Large trees were blown down as

the tornado crossed Highway 69 north of

Kountze was 200 yards wide. It narrowly

missed a Texas Forestry station.

Several homes were damaged from falling

trees.

Jasper County

5 N Jasper 23 1615CST

Hardin County

12 NE Kountze to 23 1627CST 3 600

14 NE Kountze 1630CST

A second tornado touched down in

northeastern Hardin County, was was

witnessed by many people. Residents

could see both tornadoes on the ground

for a brief time. One elderly woman was

killed when several large trees fell on

the mobile home she was in. Between 10

and 20 homes were damaged or destroyed,

mainly near Highway 92 near the

Hardin-Tyler county line. F77MH

Tyler County

4 S Fred to 23 1630CST 5 200

6 E Fred 1641CST

The tornado in Hardin County crossed

into a rural section of Tyler County

near Fred. Many trees and power lines

were downed, and a couple of homes were

damaged from flying debris.

Jasper County

13 SW Kirbyville to 23 1641CST 8 300

8 SW Kirbyville 1650CST

As the tornado moved into rural

sections of Jasper County, it snapped

numerous trees, causing a large loss to

the timber industry. Several homes were

destroyed, but no one was injured.

Jasper County

5 W Kirbyville to 23 1655CST 6 500

3 N Kirbyville 1703CST

A second tornado formed near

Kirbyville, narrowly missing downtown,

but it did hit the community of Bon

Ami. Around 10 to 15 homes were damaged

or destroyed, and another large hit to

the timber industry occurred with many

trees blown down. This tornado crosses

into Newton County.

Newton County

3 NW Bleakwood to 23 1703CST 9 500

3 S Newton 1715CST

The tornado moved across mainly rural

areas of Newton County, but the storm

did destroy or damage between 5 and 10

homes near the Pine Grove community.

The timber industry saw a continued

large loss of income due to trees blown

down.

Newton County

4 S Newton to 23 1712CST 3 300

2 SE Newton 1720CST

A tornado moved across heavily wooded

areas south of Newton, damaging several

homes before weakening near the high

school.

Newton County

4 SE Burkeville to 23 1740CST 3 300

6 SE Burkeville 1743CST

As part of a series of tornadoes, this

one touched down southeast of

Burkeville, blowing down many trees and

damaging several homes before it

crossed the Sabine River into

Louisiana.

Jasper County

Holly Spgs 23 1810CST 1 100

1811CST

A tornado formed near Holly Springs

near Highway 190, just before it

entered Newton County. Trees and power

lines were blown down.

Newton County

3 SW Jamestown to 23 1811CST 1 100

2 SW Jamestown 1813CST

The tornado continued to blow down

trees and power lines near Highway 190

before dissipating.

Newton County

4 SW Burkeville to 23 1830CST 10 300

5 E Burkeville 1843CST

This tornado damaged or destroyed

between 5 and 10 homes south of

Burkeville, and blew down many trees

and power lines.

Tyler County

Woodville 23 2230CST

Widespread trees and power lines were

blown down.

Hardin County

Lumberton 23 2318CST

Many trees and power lines were blown

down. One home was damaged from falling

trees.

Jasper County

Kirbyville 23 2320CST

Trees and power lines were blown down

between Kirbyville and Jasper.

Newton County

Deweyville 23 2340CST

Trees and power lines wre blown down

between Deweyville and Newton.

Orange County

5 W Orange 23 2342CST

Mesonet site recorded a 60 mph wind

gust.

Jefferson County

Groves 27 0025CST

Trees were blown down.

TEXAS, West

TXZ045>046-050- Gaines–Dawson–Andrews–Reeves County

058>060-067 And Upper Trans Pecos–Loving–Winkler

–Ward

02 0520CST

1400CST

Law enforcement officials and storm

spotters across the Upper Trans Pecos

region of west Texas and the

northwestern Permian Basin reported

between one and three inch snow

accumulations during the morning of the

2nd. The most significant impact

occurred during the pre-dawn hours when

traffic along Interstate 20 between

Pecos and the Interstate 10 junction

was slowed to speeds less then 35 MPH

by snow and ice accumulations. Travel

also was adversely affected along U.S.

Highways 87 and 385, however, no road

closures were reported and no major

accidents resulted from the nuisance

winter weather.

TXZ045 Gaines

02 0830CST

1500CST

Gaines County officials reported four

inch snow accumulations across the

northern portions of the county near

the community of Loop. Although travel

conditions were adversely affected, no

major accidents were reported.

An Election Day winter weather event

resulted in accumulating snowfall over

the Upper Trans Pecos and the

northwestern Permian Basin of West

Texas. One to three inch snow reports

were common, with heavier snow amounts

reported across northern Gaines County.

TXZ258 Guadalupe Mountains Of Culberson County

13 0830MST

1400MST

A strong storm system brought a round

of heavy snow to the higher elevations

of the Guadalupe Mountains on the 13th.

Park rangers reported that between four

and six inches of snow had accumulated

at the Guadalupe Mountains National

Park Visitor’s Center near Pine Springs

by 11:00 MST.

Ector County

Odessa 14 1915CST

2030CST

An area of moderate to heavy rainfall

moved over the central Permian Basin of

west Texas during the evening of the

14th. Flash flooding developed in

portions of Odessa and resulted in

stalling of several vehicles. Flood

waters flowed more than one foot deep

at the intersection of 49th and Dixie

Streets. No injuries were reported.

Ector County

Odessa 15 1000CST

1215CST

Flood waters inundated portions of

Eisenhower Street in odessa following a

flash flood event on the morning of the

15th. Photo courtesy: Mark Sterkel–

Odessa American.

Flash flooding resulted in high water

that flowed through several Odessa city

streets during the morning of the 15th.

Stalled vehicles were reported at the

intersection of 42nd and Dixie Streets

and along Business 20. High water also

inundated locations along Eisenhower

and University Streets. No injuries

were reported.

Midland County

Midland 15 1209CST

1700CST

Numerous reports of flash flooding

along streets in Midland were received

during the afternoon hours. Initial

reports indicated that high water

flowing over Carver and Scharbauer

Streets prompted officials to deploy

barricade. By 14:00 CST at least one

vehicle was reported to be stalled in

high water on an Interstate 20 access

road. At 14:15 CST the local broadcast

media reported up to eight inches of

water flowing through Old Lamesa Road

and Florida Street. The Texas

Department of Public Safety

additionally reported that several

traffic accidents were indirectly

related to the flooding and wet

conditions, when several vehicles

hydroplaned off of Interstate 20 and

came to rest in the ditch. No injuries

were reported.

Scurry County

Snyder 15 1810CST

2230CST

Storm spotters and local law

enforcement officials reported flash

flooding in Snyder. At 18:10 CST high

water was reported flowing through the

intersection of College Avenue and 37th

Street at a depth of two feet, and at

least one vehicle was stalled. Several

city streets were closed and barricaded

by local officials due to high water by

19:00 CST. Flood waters slowly receded

in the city streets through the late

evening.

Presidio County

Presidio 15 1922CST

2100CT

The U.S. Border Patrol reported flash

flooding along several creeks in

Presidio. Flood waters from the swollen

creeks were reported to inundate

several city streets.

Reagan County

19 NE Stiles 16 0848CST

1800CST

A portion of Farm to Market Road 2600

was destroyed by raging food waters

flowing through the swollen Indian

Creek in northeastern Reagan County on

the 16th. Photo Courtesy: Cathryn

Kessler–Cope Ranch.

Flash flooding along the usually dry

Indian Creek in northeastern Reagan

County caused high water to rush over

portions of Farm to Market Road 2600.

Fire department personnel aided several

motorists in the area that were

stranded by flowing water. Receding

flood waters during the late afternoon

hours revealed extensive damage to

portions of the roadway.

Howard County

7 N Big Spring 16 1215CST

1500CST

Local law enforcement officials

reported that high water from flash

flooding resulted in the closure of

Farm to Market Road 2230 north of Big

Spring.

A prolonged period of rainfall over

west Texas resulted in periods of flash

flooding that began late on the 14th

and persisted through the 16th. Records

for November precipitation were set

during the three day period at several

observing sites. In general, rainfall

rates were relatively light. Following

a very wet spring and summer, however,

short bursts of heavy rainfall quickly

resulted in flash flooding over

saturated soils.

Instances of flash flooding were

reported from the Big Bend area of west

Texas northeast across the Permian

Basin. Flash flooding stranded

motorists in parts of the central

Permian Basin on the 15th. A portion of

Farm to Market Road 2600 was destroyed

by flood waters associated with the

swollen Indian Creek in Reagan County.

No injuries were reported during the

extended event.

Andrews County

16 WNW Frankel City 22 2206CST

Pea to nickel size hail covered the

ground in portions of northwestern

Andrews County.

Gaines County

3 S Seminole to 22 2255CST

Seminole 2302CST

Several reports of nickel size hail

were received.

Numerous thunderstorms developed over

the west Texas Upper Trans Pecos and

the Permian Basin late on the 22nd. A

few of these storms became severe and

produced large hail over the

northwestern Permian Basin.

TEXAS, Western North

Wichita County

6 WNW Burkburnett 01 1830CST

TXZ087-090 Knox–Clay

15 1700CST

19 0100CST

Multiple rounds of thunderstorms and

showers during a two-day period on

November 14-16 produced 48-hour

precipitation totals of 2 to 4 inches

over western north Texas and

southwestern Oklahoma.

Two moderate flood crests were

generated along the South Wichita River

in Knox County near Benjamin, TX on

November 15-17. The South Wichita River

initially crested at 15.1 feet, 3.1

feet above flood stage, at 5:00 am CST

on November 18, and remained above

flood stage from 5:00 pm CST on

November 15 to 7:30 pm CST on November

16. More rainfall during the evening of

November 16 generated a lower,

secondary crest at 3 pm on November 17

as the South Wichita River crested at

14.5 feet, or 2.5 feet above flood

stage. During the second event, the

South Wichita River remained above

flood stage from 11:00 pm CST on

November 16 to 2:00 pm CST on November

17.

Minor rural flooding also occurred

along the Little Wichita River in Clay

County near Henrietta, TX on November

18. The Little Wichita River crested at

17.5 feet, 0.5 feet above flood stage,

at 9:30 am CST on November 18, and

remained above flood stage from 6:00 pm

CST on November 17 to 1:00 am CST on

November 19.

Wichita County

Iowa Park 15 1800CST

16 0000CST

Flash flooding occurred in western

north Texas in Wichita County during

the evening of November 15. Heavy rains

totaling 3.5-4.5 inches fell during the

morning and afternoon of November 15,

and produced heavy runoff and flash

flooding along North Bell Road and

South Bell Road just northeast and

southeast of Iowa Park, TX. Law

enforcement officials reported that the

high waters stalled and floated a

pickup truck off of North Bell Road,

nearly submerging it in a ditch. The

driver was unhurt.

Archer County

Scotland 23 2245CST

UTAH, East

UTZ027 Grand Flat And Arches

01 0000MST

0800MST

A hard freeze occurred with minimum

temperatures in much of the area

ranging from 26 to 32 degrees.

UTZ027 Grand Flat And Arches

01 0000MST

0400MST

A storm system began affecting the

lower valleys of extreme east-central

Utah the end of October and produced

widespread snowfall of 3 inches before

moving out of the area.

UTZ022>025-027>029 Southeast Utah–Eastern Uinta

Mountains–Eastern Uinta Basin–

Tavaputs Plateau–Grand Flat And Arches

–La Sal & Abajo Mountains–Canyonlands

/ Natural Bridges

01 0000MST

30 2359MST

A wet weather pattern persisted across

eastern Utah resulting in some

improvement to the long term drought.

Most of the area began the month under

extreme drought conditions. By month’s

end, only a portion of southeast Utah

remained under extreme drought while

the rest of the area improved to severe

drought conditions. Please see the

December 2004 Storm Data publication

for a continuation on this drought

situation.

UTZ028 La Sal & Abajo Mountains

09 0000MST

2100MST

An upper level low moved east across

the Four Corners area and produced 5

inches of snow across the majority of

the La Sal & Abajo Mountains in

southeast Utah.

UTZ023-028 Eastern Uinta Mountains–La Sal & Abajo

Mountains

12 0500MST

14 1200MST

A moist southerly flow ahead of a low

pressure system resulted in 5 to 12

inches of new snow across the mountains

of eastern Utah.

UTZ028 La Sal & Abajo Mountains

20 0600MST

21 1800MST

A Pacific storm system produced 12 to

26 inches of new snow and southwest

winds from 30 to 40 mph across the

mountains of southeast Utah.

UTZ027 Grand Flat And Arches

23 0653MST

1000MST

Automated sensors indicated

visibilities of 1/4 mile or less.

UTZ023-025-028 Eastern Uinta Mountains–Tavaputs

Plateau–La Sal & Abajo Mountains

27 0800MST

29 1200MST

A powerful storm dumped 12 to 16 inches

of snow across the mountains of eastern

Utah, with local amounts up to 21

inches in the La Sal Mountains of

southeast Utah. Strong winds buffeted

the mountains resulting in blowing snow

and 3 foot drifts. Highway 191 from 10

miles north of Vernal to the Wyoming

state line was closed for a period of

time due to the storm.

UTZ027-029 Grand Flat And Arches–Canyonlands /

Natural Bridges

27 1800MST

29 0400MST

A powerful storm system produced 2 to 4

inches of snow across much of the lower

valleys of east-central and southeast

Utah.

UTAH, West and Central

NOT RECEIVED.

VERMONT, North and Central

VTZ003>004- Orleans–Essex–Lamoille–Caledonia–

006>007-016>017 Eastern Franklin–Eastern Chittenden

05 1000EST

2000EST

A strong low pressure system over

northern Maine the morning of Friday,

November 5th moved northeast across the

mouth of the St Lawrence River in

eastern Canada the evening of November

5th. Gusty northwest winds resulted in

upslope snow along the western slopes

of the Green Mountains and across north

central and northeast Vermont. In

Vermont, generally between 2 and 6

inches fell with a few locally higher

amounts in the mountains. Specifically,

a few reports included; the greatest

amount of 8.7 inches in the elevated

town of Sutton (Caledonia county), with

6.5 inches in East Albany (Orleans

county), 4 inches in Eden (Lamoille

county) and 2 inches in East Haven

(Essex county).

Addison County

Cornwall to 25 1105EST

New Haven 1114EST

A strong cold front moved across

Vermont during the late morning and

early afternoon, and was preceded and

accompanied by thunderstorms, showers

and gusty winds. A few thunderstorms

were severe. A thunderstorm produced

pea size hail with 30 mph winds in

Cornwall … pea size hail with 45 mph

in New Haven with power outages. Power

outages were also reported in Bridport

and Middlebury.

Rutland County

(Rut)Rutland Arpt 25 1135EST

A strong cold front moved across

Vermont during the late morning and

early afternoon, and was preceded and

accompanied by thunderstorms, showers

and gusty winds. A few thunderstorms

were severe. A severe thunderstorm

moved across Rutland county, with wind

gusts measured at 51 knots (59 mph) by

the Rutland AWOS. In addition, trees

and power lines were blown down in the

towns of Clarendon and Shrewsbury.

Washington County

Marshfield to 25 1215EST

Cabot 1225EST

A strong cold front moved across

Vermont during the early afternoon and

was preceded and accompanied by

thunderstorms, showers and gusty winds.

A few thunderstorms were severe. A

severe thunderstorm moved from

Marshfield to Cabot with damaging

winds. Trees and power lines were blown

down. In Cabot, a woman was blown off a

porch and injured. Also in Cabot, 100

to 200 trees were snapped or uprooted.

One tree fell on and damaged a shed.

Winds were estimated to be between 70

and 100 mph.

VTZ017>018 Eastern Chittenden–Eastern Addison

28 0730EST

1200EST

A storm system moving from the Great

Lakes into southern Canada combined

with a large high pressure system over

the Canadian Maritimes to produce

strong winds across the area. In

particular, in eastern Chittenden

county, wind gusts were measured at 54

knots (62 mph) in Hanksville and

estimated at 43 knots (50 mph) in

Underhill. A few tree limbs were down.

Meanwhile, in Addison county, winds

gusted to 50 kts (58 mph) in South

Lincoln with trees blown down. In

Moncton, tree branches were blown down.

VTZ003-005>006-008 Orleans–Western Chittenden–Lamoille–

Washington

28 0730EST

1100EST

A storm system moving from the Great

Lakes into southern Canada combined

with a large high pressure system over

the Canadian Maritimes to produce

strong winds across the area. Winds

gusted from 25 to 45 mph in places

(locally higher where funneled by

terrain such as Pleasant Valley). A few

tree limbs or trees were blown down in

Jeffersonville (Lamoille county) and in

Williston (Chittenden county). In

Waitsfield (Washington county), the

wind gusted to 47 mph. A small tool

shed was overturned in Coventry. Some

power outages were reported across the

area.

VERMONT, South

NONE REPORTED.

VIRGIN ISLANDS

St. Croix County

Countywide 10 0000AST

15 2359AST

St. Thomas/St. John

& Islands County

Countywide 10 0000AST

15 2359AST

A low pressure are over the Central

Caribbean brought intermittent heavy

rains to the U.S. Virgin Islands to a

period of several days. Flooding of

some roads, homes, and low lying area

was reported across the territory,

especially in St Croix. A large section

of the beach at Bolongo Bay in St

Thomas was washed away by the heavy

rains.

St. Croix County

St. Croix 14 1800AST

15 0600AST

Heavy rain was reported at Butler Bay,

5.35 inches of rainfall were recorded

for the 12 hour period ending at 6 am

Monday.

VIZ002 St. Croix

15 0000AST

2359AST

Street flooding along Mount welcome

Road toward Gallows Bay. Dirt and

debris washed down at Gallows Bay

intersection. Street flooding was

reported in Christiansted during the

morning.

VIRGINIA, East

NONE REPORTED.

VIRGINIA, Extreme Southwest

NONE REPORTED.

VIRGINIA, North

NONE REPORTED.

VIRGINIA, Northwest

NONE REPORTED.

VIRGINIA, Southwest

NONE REPORTED.

WASHINGTON, Norteast

NONE REPORTED.

WASHINGTON, Northwest

WAZ002-009-013 Western Whatcom–Admiralty Inlet Area–

Eastern Strait Of Juan De Fuca

15 0200PST

0700PST

High winds knocked out power to about

1000 homes, and blew down the framework

for a building in Coupeville.

WAZ002-004>007- Western Whatcom–Central Cascade

010-015 Foothills–Northwest Interior–Everett

And Vicinity Seattle Metropolitan Area

–Hood Canal/Kitsap Peninsula–North

Coast

24 1730PST

26 0800PST

Between 2.5 and 5 inches of rain fell

in 24 hours over the lowlands, with 6

to 10 inches in the mountains. Flooding

occurred on the Samish, Stillaguamish,

Bogachiel, Snoqualmie, Nooksack,

Skykomish, Snohomish, Skokomish, and

Tolt rivers. Dozens of roads were

closed cutting off access to local

areas in Skagit and Whatcom counties.

WASHINGTON, Southeast

NONE REPORTED.

WASHINGTON, Southwest

NONE REPORTED.

WEST VIRGINIA, East

NONE REPORTED.

WEST VIRGINIA, North

NONE REPORTED.

WEST VIRGINIA, Southeast

NONE REPORTED.

WEST VIRGINIA, West

WVZ007>008 Mason–Jackson

04 0850EST

1015EST

Warm frontal rain began near 0000E. The

rain intensified between 0600E and

0830E, as embedded convection

developed. The rain ended after 1000E,

as the warm front lifted north of Mason

and Jackson Counties. The event was

over a 6 to 10 hour time frame. Rain

totals of 2 to 2.5 inches fell across a

narrow southwest to northeast band,

affecting northern Mason County into

portions of southern and central

Jackson County.

In Mason County, roads were flooded by

small streams in the Point Pleasant,

Leon, to New Haven triangle. In Jackson

County, roads around Evans, Ripley, and

north toward Silverton were flooded by

small streams. Streams such as Syramore

Creek and Trace fork were affected. No

significant damage to dwelling occurred

in Mason or Jackson Counties.

WISCONSIN, Northeast

WIZ005 Vilas

27 0000CST

28 0000CST

Snow fell across northern Wisconsin as

a low pressure system moved through the

state on the 27th. Northerly winds

behind the low brought cold air over

the relatively warm waters of Lake

Superior, leading to lake enhanced snow

showers in Vilas county. Most of Vilas

county received in excess of 8 inches

of snow. Highest snowfall totals were

10.5 inches at Phelps and 9.0 inches 3

miles northeast of Manitowish Waters.

WISCONSIN, Northwest

WIZ003>004-009 Ashland–Iron–Price

26 1600CST

27 2000CST

Six to almost 14 inches of snow fell

over northern Wisconsin. A low pressure

area moving across the area generated

some of the snow, while the heavier

snowfall in Iron County was also

induced by Lake Superior. Reported

snowfall amounts included around 7

inches from Park Falls to Mellen and

nearly 14″ at Upson and Montreal.

WISCONSIN, Southeast

WIZ065-069>072 Waukesha–Rock–Walworth–Racine–

Kenosha

30 1600CST

2300CST

The frist widespread accumulating snow

of the season for parts of

south-central and southeast Wisconsin

occurred on November 30th. Snow totals,

in general, ranged from 2.5 to 4.5

inches, but a NWS co-op observer in

Genoa City in southeast Walworth County

mesaured 5.9 inches. No snow was

reported west of a line from Sheboygan

(Sheboygan Co.) to West Bend

(Washington Co.) to Lake Mills

(Jefferson Co.) to Evansville (Rock

Co.) to Brodhead (Grecen Co.). Spotter

reports indicated that the snowflakes

were rather large–at times up to 3/4

to 1 inch in diameter. Rain was mixed

in with the snow at times near Lake

Michigan. Dozens of vehicle accidents

were reported by newspapers, and travel

times were extended as road surfaces

became slippery. Evening media

newscasts suggested that drivers forgot

how to drive on snow covered, slippery

roads. Specific snow accumulations

include 2.5 inches on the University of

Wiconsin-Milwaukee campus (Milwaukee

Co.), 2.9 inches at a location 4 miles

south of the City of Waukesha (Waukesha

Co.), 3.5 inches in Clinton (Rock Co.),

4.4 inches in Burlington (Racine Co.),

and 4.5 inches in Paddock Lake (Kenosha

Co.).

WISCONSIN, Southwest

NONE REPORTED.

WISCONSIN, West

NONE REPORTED.

WYOMING, Central and West

WYZ015-017>020- Wind River Mountains East–Wind River

022-024-026>030 Basin–Lander Foothills–Green

Mountains & Rattlesnake Range–Natrona

County Lower Elevations–Casper

Mountain–Salt River & Wyoming Ranges–

Upper Green River Basin–South Lincoln

County–Rock Springs & Green River–

Flaming Gorge–East Sweetwater County

27 1500MST

28 1800MST

A strong Pacific Storm System dumped 12

to 16 inches across the higher terrain

of central Wyoming. Lower elevations

received 4 to 8 inches of snow. In

Sweetwater County, very strong winds

closed several federal and state

highways as significant areas of

blowing and drifting snow created

white-out conditions.

WYOMING, Extreme Southwest

NOT RECEIVED.

WYOMING, North Central

WYZ098>099 Northeast Bighorn Mountains–Sheridan

Foothills

28 0932MST

1000MST

The month of November was dry across

northern Wyoming with the only snow

event occurring at the end of the

month. The following snow totals were

reported with this system: 8 inches 25W

Sheridan; 9 inches 15S Sheridan.

WYOMING, Northeast

WYZ054>055-058 Northern Campbell–South Campbell–

Weston

27 2200MST

28 1200MST

A narrow band of heavy snow fell across

the Gillette area and southwestern

parts of Weston County during the

overnight and morning hours. Most

locations in these areas received

around 6 inches of snow.

WYOMING, Southeast

WYZ069>070 Cheyenne Foothills–Pine Bluffs

20 1500MST

21 1500MST

A rather narrow band of heavy snow fell

over parts of Laramie County with

snowfall amounts as high as 10 to 11

inches reported at Cheyenne, WY.

WYZ069>070 Cheyenne Foothills–Pine Bluffs

27 2000MST

28 2100MST

Heavy snow fell over much of Laramie

County with Cheyenne, Wy. reporting 10

to 11 inches of snowfall. Gusty winds

resulted in some drifting snow

resulting in some road closures.

Number of Estimated

Persons Damage

Location Killed Injured Property Crops

OREGON, Central and East

ORZ049

0 0 1K

Wind gusts up to 52 MPH one mile north

of Union snapped one to four inch

diameter tree limbs.

OREGON, Northwest

NONE REPORTED.

OREGON, Southeast

NONE REPORTED.

OREGON, Southwest

ORZ027

0 0

Strong winds swept into Crater Lake

National Park at around 1930 PST on

11/03/04. Winds were estimated to be

gusting to 65 mph from the northwest.

30 to 40 large trees fell in the Munson

Valley area. Three trees fell on the

the west end roof of the community

center, causing considerable damage.

Trees also fell on the Good-by picnic

area comfort station, one house in

Sleepy Hollow, and and a stone house

that was being rehabilitated as part of

the Science and Learning Center.

No warning was in effect for this

event.

PACIFIC

NOT RECEIVED.

PENNSYLVANIA, Central

Lycoming County

Trout Run 0 0

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees

in Trout Run.

Lycoming County

Jersey Shr 0 0

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees

in Jersey Shore across Route 44.

Columbia County

Numidia 0 0

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees

in Locust Township near Numidia.

Lebanon County

Richland 0 0 3K

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees

in Richland on the morning of November

25th. Several trees and large branches

were snapped off, one of which landed

on a house. Another large tree was

uprooted, and one telephone pole was

dislodged.

PAZ058

0 0

Heavy rain over eastern Pennsylvania

caused flooding in Schuylkill County

during the morning of November 28th. A

number of flooded basements and at

least one road closure were noted due

to high water. Small streams and

creeks, along with the Landingville

gage on the Schuylkill River, showed

sharp rises in response to between 2

and 3 inches of rain.

PAZ059

0 0

Heavy rain caused flooding along

Swatara Creek at Harper Tavern. The

creek rose above flood stage of 9.0

feet at 18:30 EST on the 28th, crested

at 9.56 feet at 23:30 EST on the 28th,

then fell back below flood stage at

03:45 EST on the 29th.

PENNSYLVANIA, East

PAZ054>055-

060>062-067>071

0 0 5.9K 0

The pressure gradient (difference)

between an intensifying low pressure

system that moved northeast through the

Saint Lawrence Valley and a high

pressure system building east from the

Southern Plains produces strong winds

across Eastern Pennsylvania between 4

a.m. and 3 p.m. EST. Strongest wind

gusts averaged around 45 mph. In

Philadelphia, a towering sign along

Delaware Avenue was damaged by the

wind. The wind snapped a weld at the

first joint about 30 feet above the

ground and the rest of the greater than

100 foot pole was leaning visibly. A

section of a parking lot near the sign

was closed as a precaution.

Peak wind gusts included 46 mph at the

Northeast Philadelphia Airport, 44 mph

at London Grove (Chester County), 43

mph in Mount Pocono (Monroe County), 41

mph at both Doylestown (Bucks County)

and Pottstown (Montgomery County), 39

mph at the Philadelphia International

Airport and 37 mph at the Lehigh Valley

International Airport.

PAZ054>055

0 0

A wintry mix of snow and freezing rain

fell across the Poconos, especially in

the higher terrain of Carbon and Monroe

Counties. Precipitation started as rain

before sunrise on the 12th, but changed

over to snow around dawn. The snow

ended during the afternoon. But, when

precipitation started again during the

early evening, it fell as freezing

rain. The freezing rain changed back to

snow later that evening and ended

during the early morning of the 13th.

Since the ground was still warm, the

freezing rain mainly accrued to exposed

surfaces such as trees, wires and

bridges. Ice accretions were less than

two-tenths of an inch. Snow accumula-

tions were also on the light side, less

than one inch. This was the first

wintry precipitation event of the fall

and winter season.

A cold front moved through the North-

east on the 11th. A high pressure

system with a fresh supply of cold air

then moved east and reached northern

New England the morning of the 12th.

Another high pressure system followed

quickly behind and reinforced the cold

air near the surface. Meanwhile, a low

pressure system formed on the old cold

front in the lower Mississippi Valley

during the morning of the 11th. It

moved northeast and reached the

southern Appalachians the morning of

the 12th and was just east of Cape Cod

on the morning of the 13th. The low

pressure system brought moisture and

warmer air aloft, while the high

pressure system kept cold air (below

freezing temperatures) locked in at the

surface throughout most of this event.

Northampton County

Nazareth 0 0

A severe thunderstorm pulled down

several trees in Nazareth Township.

Chester County

Kennett Square 0 0

A severe thunderstorm knocked down a

couple of trees and wires in south-

eastern Chester County, mainly near the

Delaware County border. In Kenneth

Square, three spans of power lines and

two poles were knocked down. PECO

Energy reported about 11,000 homes and

businesses lost power in their service

area.

Delaware County

Springfield 0 0

A severe thunderstorm knocked down

trees and wires mainly in eastern

Delaware County. In Springfield

Township, a downed linden tree wrecked

a minivan and punctured a hole in the

roof of the nearby house. PECO Energy

reported about 11,000 homes and

businesses lost power in their service

area, with the greatest concentration

in Delaware County.

Philadelphia County

Philadelphia 0 0

A severe thunderstorm knocked down a

couple of trees and wires in

Philadelphia, mainly near the Delaware

County border. PECO Energy reported

about 11,000 homes and businesses lost

power in their service area.

Montgomery County

Merion Station 0 0

A severe thunderstorm knocked down a

couple of trees and wires in south-

western Montgomery County, mainly near

the Delaware County border. PECO Energy

reported about 11,000 homes and

businesses lost power in their service

area.

Carbon County

Countywide 0 0

Monroe County

Countywide 0 0

A strong cold front and a prolonged

flow from the Gulf of Mexico and nearby

Atlantic produced heavy rain across the

Poconos from around Midnight EST

through 10 a.m. EST on the 28th. Storm

totals of 3 to 4 inches produced

widespread poor drainage flooding. In

Carbon County, several roads were

closed in Lehighton, Franklin Township

and Lower Towamensing Township. Storm

totals included 3.96 inches in Mount

Pocono (Monroe County), 3.92 inches in

Pocono Summit (Monroe County) and 3.12

inches in Lehighton (Carbon County).

The low pressure system driving the

cold front moved northeast from the

central Mississippi Valley the morning

of the 27th, to near Green Bay,

Wisconsin at 7 p.m. EST on the 27th,

western Lake Huron at 7 a.m. EST on the

28th and then through Ontario Province,

Canada during the day on the 28th. Its

associated cold front moved east from

central Indiana at 7 p.m. EST on the

27th to central Ohio at 1 a.m. EST on

the 28th, to western Pennsylvania at 7

a.m. EST on the 28th and into eastern

New Jersey at 1 p.m. EST on the 28th.

The heavy rain ended with the passage

of the cold front. A very deep and

strong southeast to south flow preceded

the cold front. The combination of the

wind direction and speed and upslope

flow helped drop heavy rain across the

Poconos.

PAZ054>055-

060>062-067>071

0 0 125K 0

A strong southeast flow preceding a

cold front produced strong winds across

Eastern Pennsylvania during the first

half of the day on the 28th. The

combination of strong winds and the

heavy rain knocked down numerous trees

and power lines and caused outages. The

greatest number of outages were

concentrated in the Lehigh Valley. The

strong winds damaged the roof trusses

at the construction site of the new

Forks Township (Northampton County)

firehouse. The electrical and plumbing

work inside the unfinished fire station

was damaged when the trusses fell

inside the building. In Northampton

County, power outages occurred in Wind

Gap, Wilson, Pen Argyl, Plainfield,

Palmer, Raubsville, Lower Saucon and

Upper Mount Bethel. All power was

restored that evening. Elsewhere, in

Kintnersville (Bucks County), a tree

fell on a power substation and caused

about 600 people to lose power. Peak

wind gusts included 39 mph in Mount

Pocono (Monroe County) and at the

Philadelphia International Airport.

The strong southeast winds preceded the

cold frontal passage. The cold front

moved east from central Indiana at 7

p.m. EST on the 27th to central Ohio at

1 a.m. EST on the 28th, to western

Pennsylvania at 7 a.m. EST on the 28th

and into eastern New Jersey at 1 p.m.

EST on the 28th.

PAZ067

0 0

A strong cold front and a prolonged

flow from the Gulf of Mexico and nearby

Atlantic Ocean produced heavy rain

across Chester County from around 2

a.m. EST through 8 a.m. EST on the

28th. Storm totals of 2 to 3 inches

produced widespread poor drainage

flooding and stream and creek flooding.

Fallen leaves exacerbated the poor

drainage flooding. In Downingtown,

flooding along the East Branch of the

Brandywine Creek caused several roads

to be barricaded and closed. The creek

also flooded Johnsontown Park.

No homes were flooded.

The East Branch of the Brandywine Creek

at Downingtown was above its 7 foot

flood stage from 632 a.m. through 352

p.m. EST on the 28th. It crested at

10.63 feet at 1130 a.m. EST. The West

Branch of the Brandywine Creek at Honey

Brook was above its 7 foot flood stage

from 809 a.m. EST through 1151 a.m. EST

on the 28th. It crested at 7.36 feet at

930 a.m. EST. Along the main stem of

the Brandywine Creek at Chadds Ford,

the creek was above its 9 foot flood

stage from 1112 a.m. EST through 1121

p.m. EST. It crested at 10.36 feet at

657 p.m. EST. The Valley Creek at

Valley Forge was above its 7 foot flood

stage from 534 a.m. through 1107 a.m.

EST on the 28th. It crested at 8.44

feet at 815 a.m. EST.

Strom totals included 3.18 inches in

Glenmoore, 2.75 inches in Downingtown

and West Chester, 2.54 inches in Exton

and 1.95 inches in Honey Brook.

The low pressure system driving the

cold front moved northeast from the

central Mississippi Valley the morning

of the 27th, to near Green Bay,

Wisconsin at 7 p.m. EST on the 27th,

western Lake Huron at 7 a.m. EST on the

28th and then through Ontario Province,

Canada during the day on the 28th. Its

associated cold front moved east from

central Indiana at 7 p.m. EST on the

27th to central Ohio at 1 a.m. EST on

the 28th, to western Pennsylvania at 7

a.m. EST on the 28th and into eastern

New Jersey at 1 p.m. EST on the 28th.

The heavy rain ended with the passage

of the cold front. A very deep and

strong southeast to south flow preceded

the cold front and helped drop heavy

rain across Chester County.

PAZ070

0 0

A strong cold front and a prolonged

flow from the Gulf of Mexico and nearby

Atlantic Ocean produced heavy rain

across Delaware County from around

Midnight EST through 9 a.m. EST on the

28th. Storm totals of around 2 inches

produced widespread poor drainage

flooding and stream and creek flooding.

Fallen leaves exacerbated the poor

drainage flooding.

The Brandywine Creek at Chadds Ford was

above its 9 foot flood stage from 1112

a.m. EST through 1121 p.m. EST. It

crested at 10.36 feet at 657 p.m. EST.

The Crum Creek at Newtown Square was

above its 6 foot flood stage from 611

a.m. through 1209 p.m. EST on the 28th.

It crested at 8.18 feet at 9 a.m. EST.

The Chester Creek at Chester was above

its 8 foot flood stage from 645 a.m.

through 1158 a.m. EST on the 28th. It

crested at 10.18 feet at 815 a.m. EST.

The low pressure system driving the

cold front moved northeast from the

central Mississippi Valley the morning

of the 27th, to near Green Bay,

Wisconsin at 7 p.m. EST on the 27th,

western Lake Huron at 7 a.m. EST on the

28th and then through Ontario Province,

Canada during the day on the 28th. Its

associated cold front moved east from

central Indiana at 7 p.m. EST on the

27th to central Ohio at 1 a.m. EST on

the 28th, to western Pennsylvania at 7

a.m. EST on the 28th and into eastern

New Jersey at 1 p.m. EST on the 28th.

The heavy rain ended with the passage

of the cold front. A very deep and

strong southeast to south flow preceded

the cold front and helped drop heavy

rain across Delaware County.

PAZ068

0 0

A strong cold front and a prolonged

flow from the Gulf of Mexico and nearby

Atlantic Ocean produced heavy rain

across Montgomery County from around

Midnight EST through 9 a.m. EST on the

28th. Storm totals of around 2 inches

produced widespread poor drainage

flooding and creek and stream flooding

in Montgomery County. Fallen leaves

exacerbated the poor drainage flooding.

The East Branch of the Perkiomen Creek

at Schwenksville was above its 7 foot

flood stage from 754 a.m. through 532

p.m. EST on the 28th. It crested at

8.96 feet 2 p.m. EST. Along the main

stem of the Perkiomen Creek, at East

Greenville was above its 5 foot flood

stage from 945 a.m. through 136 p.m.

EST on the 28th. It crested at 5.53

feet at 1130 a.m. EST. Farther

downstream, the Perkiomen Creek at

Graterford was above its 11 foot flood

stage from 940 a.m. EST through 614

p.m. EST on the 28th. It crested at

12.58 feet at 230 p.m.EST. The

Manatawny Creek at Pottstown was above

its 6 foot flood stage from 653 a.m.

through 622 p.m. EST on the 28th. It

crested at 7.27 feet at 315 p.m. EST.

Storm totals included 2.48 inches in

Green Lane, 2.27 inches in Palm, 1.91

inches in Hatfield and 1.85 inches in

Pottstown.

The low pressure system driving the

cold front moved northeast from the

central Mississippi Valley the morning

of the 27th, to near Green Bay,

Wisconsin at 7 p.m. EST on the 27th,

western Lake Huron at 7 a.m. EST on the

28th and then through Ontario Province,

Canada during the day on the 28th. Its

associated cold front moved east from

central Indiana at 7 p.m. EST on the

27th to central Ohio at 1 a.m. EST on

the 28th, to western Pennsylvania at 7

a.m. EST on the 28th and into eastern

New Jersey at 1 p.m. EST on the 28th.

The heavy rain ended with the passage

of the cold front. A very deep and

strong southeast to south flow preceded

the cold front and helped drop heavy

rain across Montgomery County.

PAZ060

0 0

A strong cold front and a prolonged

flow from the Gulf of Mexico and nearby

Atlantic Ocean produced heavy rain

across Berks County from around 3 a.m.

EST through 9 a.m. EST on the 28th.

Storm totals averaged around 2 inches

and produced widespread poor drainage

flooding and eventual flooding along

the Manatawny Creek. Fallen leaves

exacerbated the poor drainage flooding.

The Manatawny Creek at Spangville was

above its 7 foot flood stage from 743

a.m. through 523 p.m. EST on the 28th.

It crested at 7.45 feet at Noon EST.

The low pressure system driving the

cold front moved northeast from the

central Mississippi Valley the morning

of the 27th, to near Green Bay,

Wisconsin at 7 p.m. EST on the 27th,

western Lake Huron at 7 a.m. EST on the

28th and then through Ontario Province,

Canada during the day on the 28th. Its

associated cold front moved east from

central Indiana at 7 p.m. EST on the

27th to central Ohio at 1 a.m. EST on

the 28th, to western Pennsylvania at 7

a.m. EST on the 28th and into eastern

New Jersey at 1 p.m. EST on the 28th.

The heavy rain ended with the passage

of the cold front. A very deep and

strong southeast to south flow preceded

the cold front. The combination of the

wind direction and speed and upslope

flow helped drop heavy rain across

Berks County.

PAZ069

0 0

A strong cold front and a prolonged

flow from the Gulf of Mexico and nearby

Atlantic Ocean produced heavy rain

across Bucks County from around

Midnight EST through 10 a.m. EST on the

28th. Storm totals of 2 to 3 inches

produced widespread poor drainage

flooding and creek and stream flooding.

Fallen leaves exacerbated the poor

drainage flooding.

The East Branch of the Perkiomen Creek

at Dublin was above its 5 foot flood

stage from 747 a.m. through 1009 a.m.

EST on the 28th. It crested at 5.44

feet at 900 a.m. EST. The Neshaminy

Creek at Langhorne was above its 9 foot

flood stage from 1129 a.m. through 748

p.m. EST on the 28th. It crested at

10.19 feet at 330 p.m. EST.

Storm totals included 2.78 inches in

Sellersville, 2.67 inches in Fricks,

2.31 inches in Perkasie, 2.13 inches in

Doylestown and Southampton and 2.01

inches in Neshaminy Falls.

The low pressure system driving the

cold front moved northeast from the

central Mississippi Valley the morning

of the 27th, to near Green Bay,

Wisconsin at 7 p.m. EST on the 27th,

western Lake Huron at 7 a.m. EST on the

28th and then through Ontario Province,

Canada during the day on the 28th. Its

associated cold front moved east from

central Indiana at 7 p.m. EST on the

27th to central Ohio at 1 a.m. EST on

the 28th, to western Pennsylvania at 7

a.m. EST on the 28th and into eastern

New Jersey at 1 p.m. EST on the 28th.

The heavy rain ended with the passage

of the cold front. A very deep and

strong southeast to south flow preceded

the cold front and helped drop heavy

rain across Bucks County.

PAZ071

0 0

A strong cold front and a prolonged

flow from the Gulf of Mexico and nearby

Atlantic Ocean produced heavy rain

across Philadelphia from around

Midnight EST through 9 a.m. EST on the

28th. Storm totals of 1 to 2 inches

produced widespread poor drainage

flooding and flooding along some of the

smaller streams within the city. Fallen

leaves exacerbated the poor drainage

flooding.

The Wissahickon Creek at its mouth was

above its 9 foot flood stage from 945

a.m. through 607 p.m. EST on the 28th.

It crested at 5.99 feet at 345 p.m.

EST. The Pennypack Creek at the Rhawn

Street Bridge was above its 7 foot

flood stage from 1038 a.m. through 215

p.m. EST on the 28th. It crested at

7.15 feet at 1 p.m. EST.

Storm totals included 1.81 inches at

the Northeast Philadelphia Airport and

1.41 inches at the Philadelphia

International Airport. Heavier rain

fell upstream in Montgomery County.

The low pressure system driving the

cold front moved northeast from the

central Mississippi Valley the morning

of the 27th, to near Green Bay,

Wisconsin at 7 p.m. EST on the 27th,

western Lake Huron at 7 a.m. EST on the

28th and then through Ontario Province,

Canada during the day on the 28th. Its

associated cold front moved east from

central Indiana at 7 p.m. EST on the

27th to central Ohio at I a.m. EST on

the 28th, to western Pennsylvania at 7

a.m. EST on the 28th and into eastern

New Jersey at 1 p.m. EST on the 28th.

The heavy rain ended with the passage

of the cold front. A very deep and

strong southeast to south flow preceded

the cold front and helped drop heavy

rain across Philadelphia.

PAZ070>071

0 0 0

The combination of a southeasterly flow

preceding a cold front, spring tides

associated with the full moon and run-

off from the heavy rain produced minor

tidal flooding during the afternoon

high tide on the 28th along the

Delaware River and tidal sections of

its tributaries. The high tide at

Philadelphia’s Pier 12 reached 8.36

feet above mean lower low water. Minor

tidal flooding starts at 8.2 feet above

mean lower low water.

The cold front which had the south-

easterly flow precede it moved from

central Indiana at 7 p.m. EST on the

27th east to central Ohio at 1 a.m. EST

on the 28th, to western Pennsylvania at

7 a.m. EST on the 28th and into eastern

New Jersey at 1 p.m. EST on the 28th.

The wind shift to the west behind the

cold front made this just a one high

tide cycle event.

PAZ061>062

0 0

A strong cold front and a prolonged

flow from the Gulf of Mexico and nearby

Atlantic produced heavy rain across the

Lehigh Valley from around Midnight EST

through 10 a.m. EST on the 28th. Storm

totals of 2 to 3 inches produced

widespread poor drainage flooding and

eventual flooding along the Lehigh

River. Fallen leaves exacerbated the

poor drainage flooding. A 46-year-old

woman drowned on the afternoon of the

28th after the canoe she and her

husband were in capsized along the

swelled Saucon Creek in Lower Saucon

Township (Northampton County). She

became trapped underneath the canoe

while her 50-year-old husband was

thrown clear of it. He was unable to

move toward the canoe as the rapidly

moving creek pinned him in place. It

took dozens of firefighters forty

minutes to rescue him and recover her

body.

In Lehigh County, about seven major

roads were closed including the

intersection of U.S. Route 222 and

Pennsylvania State Route 100 in Upper

Macungie Township and Westbound

Pennsylvania State Route 309 in Upper

Saucon Township. Within Allentown,

flooding along the Little Lehigh Creek

slightly damaged the “Lights in the

Parkway” display. In Northampton

County, flooding along the Lehigh River

closed Lehigh Drive in Easton. Flooding

along the Monocacy Creek closed one

road in Bethlehem City. Also within the

city of Bethlehem, flooding along the

Saucon Creek covered several streets

and overran the pavilions and play

areas within Saucon Park. In Forks

Township, minor flooding occurred along

the Bushkill Creek and it inundated a

102-year-old amusement park.

The Lehigh River at Walnutport was

above its 8 foot flood stage from 245

p.m. through 805 p.m. EST on the 28th.

It crested at 8.38 feet at 445 p.m.

EST. Storm totals included 2.78 inches

at Fork Township and 2.68 inches at the

Lehigh Valley International Airport.

The low pressure system driving the

cold front moved northeast from the

Mississippi Valley the morning of the

27th, to near Green Bay, Wisconsin at

7 p.m. EST on the 27th, western Lake

Huron at 7 a.m. EST on the 28th and

then through Ontario Province, Canada

during the day on the 28th. Its

associated cold front moved east from

central Indiana at 7 p.m. EST on the

27th to central Ohio at 1 a.m. EST on

the 28th, to western Pennsylvania at 7

a.m. EST on the 28th and into eastern

New Jersey at 1 p.m. EST on the 28th.

The heavy rain ended with the passage

of the cold front. A very deep and

strong southeast to south flow preceded

the cold front. The combination of the

wind direction and speed and upslope

flow helped drop heavy rain across the

Lehigh Valley.

PENNSYLVANIA, Northeast

Luzerne County

Harveys Lake to 0 0 50K

Dallas

Thunderstorm winds downed trees and

power lines on Thanksgiving morning.

Hail also fell. About 600 electric

customers were without power.

Lackawanna County

Old Forge 0 0 0

A line of thunderstorms dropped 0.75

inch hail on Thanksgiving morning.

Lackawanna County

Carbondale to 0 0 200K

Archbald

A line of thunderstorms brought strong

winds to the area Thanksgiving morning.

In Archbald a NWS survey team found

straight line storm damage in an area

50 yards wide and 150 yards long. A

small garage collapsed. Shingles were

blown off house roofs. Several trees

were uprooted or snapped. Wires also

were downed. In Carbondale, damage was

similar. Trees and wires were downed. A

swath of hardwood trees 300 yards long

and 100 yards wide at it maximum were

either uprooted or snapped. Close to

1000 electric customers lost power.

Susquehanna County

Clifford to 0 0 50K

Uniondale

Thunderstorm winds downed trees in

extreme southeast Susquehanna County on

Thanksgiving morning.

Wayne County

Beach Lake to 0 0 200K

Equinunk

Thunderstorm winds downed trees and

wires in Beach Lake and Equinunk

Thanksgiving morning. The winds also

flipped a trailer in Equinunk. 1,500

electric customers lost power. In

Damascus, one property had 5 trees

uprooted and 8 snapped in half. One

tree crushed a new Toyota Corolla. A

van was also damaged but not crushed.

Two limbs put holes in the roof of the

house. A shed was blown away and an

above ground pool was slightly damaged.

Wayne County

Countywide 0 0 10K

A slow moving frontal boundary dropped

2 to 3.5 inches of rain across the

county. The rain started as showers

late on the 27th, and ended the

afternoon of the 28th. Most of the rain

fell the morning of the 28th. This rain

fell on ground already saturated from

recurrent storms including the last one

on the 25th. Road flooding happened in

many locations. Basements were flooded.

Wyoming County

Countywide 0 0 10K

A slow moving frontal boundary dropped

1 to 3 inches of rain across the

county. The rain started as showers

late on the 27th, and ended the

afternoon of the 28th. Most of the rain

fell the morning of the 28th. This rain

fell on ground already saturated from

recurrent storms including the last one

on the 25th. Road flooding happened in

many locations. Swale Brook in

Tunkhannock was out of its banks.

Harrison Street in Tunkhannock was

flooded.

Luzerne County

Countywide 0 0 10K

A slow moving frontal boundary dropped

1.5 to 3 inches of rain across the

county. The rain started as showers

late on the 27th, and ended the

afternoon of the 28th. Most of the rain

fell the morning of the 28th. This rain

fell on ground already saturated from

recurrent storms including the last one

on the 25th. Flooding closed roads in

many locations, including Wilkes-Barre.

Lackawanna County

Countywide 0 0 50K

A slow moving frontal boundary dropped

2 to 3 inches of rain across the

county. The rain started as showers

late on the 27th, and ended the

afternoon of the 28th. Most of the rain

fell the morning of the 28th. This rain

fell on ground already saturated from

recurrent storms including the last one

on the 25th. Road flooding happened in

many locations. The flooding was due to

a variety of reasons including flooded

culverts, storm sewers backing up,

streams out of their banks, and water

collecting in low lying underpasses.

Roads flooded included Olive Street in

Scranton, and North Abington Road,

Routes 6 and 11 all in Clarks Summit.

Basements flooded near Albright Avenue

in Scranton.

Susquehanna County

Countywide 0 0 10K

A slow moving frontal boundary dropped

1.5 to 3 inches of rain across the

county. The rain started as showers

late on the 27th, and ended the

afternoon of the 28th. Most of the rain

fell the morning of the 28th. This rain

fell on ground already saturated from

recurrent storms including the last one

on the 25th. Road flooding happened in

many locations. A rock slide occurred

on Route 706 in New Milford. Sections

of Routes 3013 and 3019 were washed

out.

PENNSYLVANIA, Northwest

NONE REPORTED.

PENNSYLVANIA, West

NONE REPORTED.

PUERTO RICO

San Juan And

Vicinity

Carolina 0 0

Road flooding was reported along the

intersection of Campo Rico Avenue and

road 190.

Western Interior

San Sebastian 0 0

River Culebrinas was reported about to

leave its banks over a small bridge

crossing at Barrio Cheneli.

PRZ004

2 2 1.5M

A persistent upper trough to the west

of Puerto Rico and a extremely moist

low level air mass, brought numerous

showers during the period from November

12-15. On the 12 November rainfall was

already fairly impressive across the

eastern and central interior, although

the northeast quarter of the island

received 1 to 2 inch rains. Reports of

flooding were received from Tea Baja,

along the River Cibuco in Vega Alta.

Moderate to occasionally heavy rains

persisted throughout much of the 12th

under strong north to northeast surface

wins that produced substantial

orographic enhancement over the

foothills and mountains of central and

eastern Puerto Rico. Rainfall intensity

remained fairly low, but the

persistence produced impressive totals

in these areas, with 3 to 6 inches

across a huge swath of central Puerto

Rico through 8 am on 13 November. Flood

warnings were issued Rio Grande De

Arecibo, Rio Grande De Manati, Rio De

La Plata and Rio De Bayamon and

remained in effect for up to two days

in some locations. The high surf and

north winds along the coast hindered

normal discharge of rivers into the

sea, exacerbating the flood situation.

The activity continued to be widespread

and intense on 13 November. Flash Flood

Warnings were isued for 14 northeast

municipalities from Fajardo southwest

to Gurabo and Juncos. Reports of flash

flooding became more numerous

throughout the day and another Flash

Flood Warning was issued for 7

municipalities in the central mountains

in the afternoon. This warning was

extended in the evening as moderate to

heavy rainfall persisted across the

same area. Numerous landslides were

also reported at this time, especially

in Cayey, Aguas Buenas and Naranjito.

Bridges were reported overtopped,

collapsed or washed out in several

locations, including Naranjito,

Orocovis, Morovis, Aguas Buenas, Cidra,

and Utuado. Another Flash Flood Warning

was issued for Dorado and Toa Baja,

primarily in the highly saturated Rio

De La Plata basin during the evening.

24-hour rainfall ending 800 am on 14

November was very similar to the

previous day’s total, with highest

amounts, in excess of 5 inches,

centered in the area around Comerio,

Aibonito and Aguas Buenas. November 14

saw little break in the rainfall

activity as the upper trough remained

stationary to the west of the island

and the very strong and moist northeast

flow continued afvecting showers across

the island. Rainfall intensity remained

moderate throughout much of this event.

Nonetheless, the persistent moderate

rainfall appears to have been ideal for

the production of landslides around the

island. Landslides covered numerous

roads and several damaged or collapsed

bridges were also reported. Around 100

pm on 14 November a landslide in

Adjuntas, Barrio Yahuecas, pushed a

vehicle with three persons into the

River Rio Blanco, causing a 28-year old

man to drown and injuring two young

women. A direct flood death occurred in

Guaynabo around the same time when a

74-year old women was reportedly swept

into the River Rio Guaynabo. Meanwhile,

Flood Warnings remained in effect for

many of the river basins draining the

northern slopes of the central

mountains. The most intense rains on 14

November occurred over the east central

and southeast parts of the island,

prompting a Flash Flood Warning for 10

municipalities in that region. During

the late afternoon overnight hours of

14 November the heaviest rains fell

across the Culebra, Vieques. Flood

Warnings along the Rio Cibuco, Rio De

La Plata, Rio Grande De Manati and Rio

Grande De Arecibo continued into 15

November, as the strong onshore flow

continued to restrict outflow of these

rivers into the Atlantic Ocean.

Rainfall amounts were much less than

previous days however, with only

isolated amounts in excess of one inch

and many locations dry for the first

time in nearly a week. River flooding

from this event was significant but

actually quite ordinary by Puerto Rico

standards and was considerably less

than during Tropical Storm Jeanne in

September 2004. The rainfall and

subsequent flooding was also somewhat

less than occurred in November 2003,

which affected a larger area and had

higher rainfall amounts. M281W, F741W

PRZ001

0 0

Coastal flooding was reported at a

small sector of VaciaTalega in Loiza as

the heavy surf washed over the coastal

road.

PRZ005

0 0

Coastal flooding was reported in the

Cerro Gordo Beach area of the Vega Alta

municipality.

PRZ005

0 0

River Rio Cibuco out of its banks at

Barrio Candelaria, Sector Fatima in

Vega Alta. A small stream was reported

out of its banks along Highway 2,

flooding the entrance to the Vega Alta

Hospital and a nearby school.

PRZ005

0 0

Several roads were reported flooded

along River Cibuco in Vega Alta, Roads

620, 647, 675, 676, 677, 690, and also

road 2. Five people were rescued from

flood waters.

PRZ005

0 0

River Rio Grande de Manati was reported

out of its banks along road 667,

Cachete sector in the municipality of

Manati.

PRZ005

0 0

River Rio Grande de Manati was reported

out of its banks affecting road 667 at

the Cachete sector.

Eastern Interior

Gurabo 0 0 3K

Three homes were reported flooded in

Barrio Campamento.

Eastern Interior

Gurabo 0 0

Small stream out of its banks flooded 8

homes in Barrio Campamento.

Eastern Interior

Aguas Buenas 0 0

Tree downed on road 173, km 10.

PRZ005

0 0

Road 123, km. 61.6 was reported closed

due to river being out of banks in the

municipality of Arecibo.

PRZ006-006

0 0

Landslides were reported along road

152, km. 6.4, and road 813, km. 3.3, in

the municipality of Naranjito.

PRZ002

0 0

River Rio Blanco was reported out of

its banks and flooding road 31 at PR 53

exit in the Nagnabo municipality.

PRZ009

0 0

Minor landslides and downed trees were

reported in the Utuado municipality.

North Central

Vega Alta 0 0

River Rio Cibuco was reported outs of

its banks along road 2 in Barrio

Pueblo, forcing the leana de Gracia

School to be evacuated.

Eastern Interior

Gurabo 0 0

Small streams out of their banks along

road 1 at Barrio Alturas de Beatriz.

Central Interior

Aibonito 0 0

Small stream out of its banks along

road 924 and at Barrio San Luis.

Eastern Interior

Gurabo 0 0

Gurabo river was reported almost out of

its banks.

PRZ004

0 0

Landslides were reported at Barrio San

Antonio in Gurabo along roads 175 and

939.

PRZ004

0 0

Landslide was reported along road 1

towards Aibonito.

PRZ004

0 0

Landslide was reported in the Alturas

do la Plata neighborhood in the

municipality of Cayey.

PRZ004

0 0

Landslide affected one home at Barrio

Mamey 1, road 933 in the municipality

of Gurabo.

PRZ004

0 0

A home patio collapsed or suffered

landslide at Bonneville Heights in

Caguas municipality.

PRZ004-004

0 0

Landslide reported along road 776, at

Barrio Caonillas in the municipality of

Aibonito.

Northeast

Naguabo 0 0

River Fajardo out of its banks at

Quebrada Vuelta between Naguabo and

Ceiba. Several sectors in Naguabo were

flooded, road 31, 192 at Alberto

Colberg, Las Mariana and Las Malangas

due to river Rio Blanco overflowing its

banks. Downed trees and debris blocking

river flow at the bridge.

San Juan And

Vicinity

Carolina 0 0

Road 3 flooded at the town entrance.

Flooding in parking lot of Carolina

Coliseum from river 853 and 858

blocked.

PRZ004-004>006-006-

006-006

0 0

River Rio Caguitas out of its banks

near Bonneville Heights in Caguas.

PRZ009

0 0

Lake Caonillas in Utuado was flowing

over emergency spillway.

Eastern Interior

Aguas Buenas 0 0

A home was flooded at Barrio

Bayamoncito.

PRZ004

0 0

Water over bridge along route 185 in

Juncos.

PRZ006

0 0

Landslide was reported in Barrio

Quebrada Grande in the municipality of

Barranquitas.

PRZ009

0 0

Nine landslides reported at Barrio

Domingo Alonso, Sector Bujosa in

Utuado. Road 612 collapsed.

PRZ004

0 0

Floods were reported in the Los

Santiago’s entrance, along road 780, km

2 hm 1, in the municipality of Comerio.

Eastern Interior

Caguas 0 0 10K

Several homes and roads were reported

flooded at Barrio Lenasa, San Salvador

and Mulas.

PRZ006

0 0

A home was reported flooded at Barriada

San Cristobal in Naranjito.

PRZ005-005-005>006-

006 0 0

Landslide was reported along road 824

in the municipality of Toa Alta. A

bridge collapsed along road 861.

PRZ004-004-006-006

0 0

Landslide was reported along road 782,

km 2.0 at Barrio Ceiba in the

municipality of Cidra.

PRZ004-004-004

0 0

Bridge collapsed along road 782, at

Barrio Ceiba in Cidra.

PRZ005

0 0

River Rio de la Plata in Dorado

flooding low lying areas of town.

PRZ006

0 0

Landslides were reported in Naranjito

and Comerio.

PRZ001

0 0

Sea weed and sand washed onto the road

in Ocean Park along the road in front

of Parque Barbosa.

PRZO05

0 0

Small streams out of their banks in

Vega Alta, flooding roads 620 at Sector

Fatima, Barrio Candelero; road 647 at

Barrio Bajura, Sector Ojo de Agua; road

676 at barrio Bajura, old road from

Vega Alta to Vega Baja; road 2 at

Sector Machuchal.

PRZO09

0 0

Lake Caonillas in Utuado was reported

two feet above spillway.

PRZO09

0 0

Landslide along road 605, Barrio Vivi

Arriba in Utuado.

PRZO06

0 0

Landslide along road 811, Barrio Cedro

Abajo in Naranjito affecting home.

PRZO05

0 0

Roads 620 and 647 were reported flooded

at Barrio Candelaria in Vega Alta.

North Central

Vega Alta 0 0

Highway 2 closed between Vega Alta and

Vega Baja due to river Cibuco over-

flowing its banks.

PRZO06

0 0

Several landslides were reported in the

Naranjito municipality. Along road 165,

at Guadiana Camino del Centro, Barrio

Lomas, Lomas-Jaguas sector, and Barrio

Achiote.

RHODE ISLAND

RIZ001

0 0 20K

Low pressure strengthening off the New

England coast brought strong west winds

to Rhode Island, with gusts of 45 to 55

mph reported in many areas. Gusts esti-

mated as high as 60 mph were reported

in northwest Providence County, which

brought down a large tree in

Woonsocket.

RIZ001>002

0 0

The first widespread snowfall of the

season affected Rhode Island from the

afternoon of the 12th through midday on

the 13th, as low pressure developed off

the mid Atlantic coast and tracked

southeast of New England.

Many locations throughout the Ocean

State reported snowfall totals between

2 and 5 inches, but totals between 4

and 8 inches were widely observed in

Providence County. Despite this being

the first widespread snowfall of the

season, the storm had little signi-

ficant impact, aside from several minor

accidents.

Officially, the snowfall total at T.F.

Green State Airport in Warwick was 3.8

inches. Other snowfall totals, as

reported by trained spotters, included

8 inches in Burrillville; 7 inches in

Pawtucket, Scituate, Smithfield, and

Johnston; and 6 inches in Cranston,

Rumford, and downtown Providence.

SOUTH CAROLINA, Central

Lexington County

Lexington to 0 0 0 0

Swansea

SKYWARN spotters reported power outages

in Lexington and a few trees down in

the Swansea area.

Saluda County

6 NE Saluda 0 0 0

Sheriff reported powerlines down on

U.S. 1 northeast of Saluda.

McCormick County

Me Cormick 0 0 0 0

Highway Dept. reported several trees

down in McCormick.

Newberry County

Newberry 0 0 0

Sheriff reported large branches and

powerlines down.

Aiken County

2 SW Aiken 0 0 0

SKYWARN spotters reported trees down

and a trailer overturned in the

Hillview subdivision off hwy 19.

Aiken County

10 NE Aiken 0 0 0

Trained spotter did a site survey and

reported an F0 touched down and

uprooted trees at a horse farm on Cooke

Bridge road.

Barnwell County

Barnwell 0 0 0 0

Sheriff reported trees down on Lake

Drive.

Fairfield County

1 SW Winnsboro 0 0 0 0

Sheriff reported trees down on Pump

House road and Hwy 215 near Monticello

road.

Richland County

5 SE Columbia 0 0 0 0

Sheriff reported several trees down on

Bluff road.

Kershaw County

Countywide 0 0 0 0

Highway Dept. reported scattered trees

down around county.

Lancaster County

10 SW Elgin 0 0 0 0

Sheriff reported trees down on hwy 97

east of Great Falls.

Sumter County

Rembert 0 0 0

SKYWARN spotter reported several trees

and powerlines down in the Rembert

area.

Lee County

Countywide 0 0 0 0

EOC reported scattered trees down

around county.

Orangeburg County

Santee 0 0 0 0

SKYWARN spotter reported 3/4 inch hail

in Santee.

Orangeburg County

Santee 0 0 0 0

SKYWARN spotter reported trees down in

Santee area.

Chesterfield County

Patrick 0 0 0 0

Sheriff reported several trees down in

the Patrick area.

Sumter County

Sumter 0 0 0 0

Emergency Manager reported trees down

and several out-buildings damaged on

south Sumter.

SOUTH CAROLINA, North Coastal

Marlboro County

1 SW Wallace 0 0 15K

Strong winds blew power lines down,

uprooted trees, and blew the roof off a

house.

SOUTH CAROLINA, Northwest

Oconee County

10 SE Walhalla 0 0

Trees blown down in the Friendship

Community on Campbell Bridge Rd.

Anderson County

8 N Anderson to 0 0

1 N Belton

A few trees blown down from north of

Anderson to north of Belton.

Anderson County

Starr 0 0 1K

County reported a mobile home and

utility building damaged. A car was

reportedly moved by wind at 1109 Secton

Gin Rd.

Greenwood County

Ninety Six 0 0

Power lines blown down in a subdivision

near highway 34.

SOUTH CAROLINA, Northwest

Laurens County

Waterloo 0 0

A tree and some large limbs blown down

along highway 221.

Union County

2 NW Santuc 0 0

Storm survey found apparent tornado

northwest of Santuck with some light

wind damage extending to the southeast

from around Carlisle to the Chester

line.

Chester County

15 SW Chester to 0 0

13 SW Chester

Trees blown down along highway 215 and

highway 72 in the southwest part of the

county.

SOUTH CAROLINA, South Coastal

Hampton County

Varnville 0 0

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees

and power lines along Highway 278.

Colleton County

Ruffin 0 0

Trees were knocked down on power lines

on Pine Grove Road and Claddy Farm

Road.

Hampton County

Miley 0 1

A tree was knocked down onto a car

resulting in a minor injury.

SOUTH DAKOTA, Central and North

NONE REPORTED.

SOUTH DAKOTA, Southeast

NONE REPORTED.

SOUTH DAKOTA, West

SDZ041

0 0 0 0

A narrow band of heavy snow fell across

southwestern Fall River County during

the overnight and morning hours. A

spotter 15 miles west of Ardmore

measured 10 inches of snow.

TENNESSEE, Central

Lawrence County

Countywide 0 0 1K

TDOT reported Brush Creek road in the

western part of the county and Miller

Lane in the northern part had high

water. Schools were let out early at 1

PM as a precautionary measure.

Lewis County

Countywide 0 0 2K

TDOT reported numerous roads were under

high water and impassable. Cautionary

signs were out on bridges. Schools were

closed due to flooded roads the next

day on Wednesday December 1.

Maury County

North Portion 0 0 1K

TDOT reported some high water was

occurring in the northern part of the

county. Schools were let out early at 1

PM as a precautionary measure.

Wayne County

Countywide 0 0 2K

EMA director reported roads along the

Green River and Indian Creek were

flooding. Scattered areas in Wayne

County had some high water on roads.

Schools were let out early at about

1130 AM CST.

Smith County

4 N Carthage 0 0 1K

Spotter reported the intersection of

Highway 85 and Turkey Creek Road was

flooded. Ditches and culverts were

spilling water onto roads around the

county.

Davidson County

10 SE Nashville 0 0 1K

Davidson County OEM reported the inter-

section of Bell Road and Smith Springs

Road was impassable due to high water

in the Antioch section of Nashville.

Also … the intersection of

Nolensville Road and Culbertson Road

had high water.

Marshall County

Countywide 0 0 1K

TDOT said several roads were closed and

impassable. School was let out early.

Rutherford County

Countywide 0 0 1K

TDOT reported several roads around the

county had high water. By 330 PM CST

flooding was occurring at Sulphur

Springs road … Buckeye Bottom …

Highway 99 at Mount Pleasant …

Thompson Road and Armstrong Valley.

Bedford County

Bugscuffle 0 0 1K

Several roads had high water on them

… mainly at Bugscuffle and off U.S.

Highway 41 A toward Tullahoma.

Warren County

Countywide 0 0 1K

TDOT reported several roads had high

water on them around the county.

Wilson County

Countywide 0 0 5K

TDOT said that about 30 roads around

the county had high water. A few roads

near the Lebanon Town Square was

blocked off due to the high water. By

330 PM CST … Spring Creek Bridge and

Bluebird Road was closed due to

flooding.

Williamson County

Franklin 0 0 1K

Flooding was occurring near the

Franklin area at Southall Road and Old

Hillsboro Road … just west of

Franklin. Flooding was occurring on Del

Rio Pike.

Clay County

Countywide 0 0 1K

TDOT said there was high water on all

roads. Road closures were imminent.

Overton County

Countywide 0 0 1K

TDOT reported high water everywhere.

Some high water signs were out.

Cumberland County

Crossville 0 0 1K

Several low spots were flooded near

Crossville … including Spruce Loop

Road.

Dekalb County

Alexandria 0 0 1K

U.S. Highway 70 was down to one lane

becasue of high water near Alexandria.

Schools were closed the following day

on Wednesday Dec. 1.

Jackson County

5 ESE Gainesboro 0 0 1K

Blackburn Fork Road and Highway 135 was

flooded.

Pickett County

Countywide 0 0 1K

Some roads had high water on them

around the county.

Putnam County

Countywide 0 0 1K

High water problems on many roads. Many

streams were out of their banks and

washing out on the roads countywide.

TENNESSEE, East

NONE REPORTED.

TENNESSEE, South Central

Franklin County

Decherd 0 0

A few trees were blown down by thunder-

storm winds.

Lincoln County

7 NW Fayetteville 0 0

Flash flooding was reported with water

covering the road along highway 431.

Lincoln County

Fayetteville 0 0

Flash flooding was reported with water

covering two roads with a depth of six

inches noted.

TENNESSEE, West

NONE REPORTED.

TEXAS, Central

Crockett County

10 S Ozona 0 0

Texas Department of Transportation had

to close highway 163 and county road

2083 due to water running over these

roads.

Kimble County

14 NE Junction 0 0

Water as reported to be 5 feet above

the road surface on ranch road 385.

Coleman County

Coleman 0 0

Law enforcement had to close several

streets in the city of Coleman due to

high water.

San Saba County

San Saba 0 0 6K

Emergency manager reported that a car

was swept from the road and a water

rescue had to be performed.

Schleicher County

20 NE Eldorado 0 0

Concho County

Eden 0 0

Tom Green County

San Angelo 0 0

Tom Green County

San Angelo 0 0

Concho County

Paint Rock 0 0

Coleman County

Coleman 0 0

Coleman County

Coleman 0 0 10K

Several power poles were blown down in

the city of Coleman.

Coleman County

Santa Anna 0 0 7K

Power lines were blown down in the

Santa Ana area.

Brown County

Bangs 0 0

Brown County

Bangs 0 0

Brown County

Early 0 0

Brown County

Blanket 0 0

Shackelford County

Albany 0 0

TEXAS, Central Southeast

Galveston County

League City 0 0 3K

Widespread street flooding in and

around League City.

Matagorda County

Blessing 0 0 3K

Water over the roads in the Oak Hollow

Subdivision.

Matagorda County

Palacios 0 0 4K

Flooding in Palacios.

Harris County

Pasadena 0 0 40K

Minor roof and siding damage, fences

and tree limbs down along Driftwood and

Fairmont Streets. Several billboards

along Fairmont Parkway were damaged.

Harris County

Tomball 0 0 30K

Minor roof damage to Tomball Middle

School and one nearby home. Several

large trees uprooted at Hirsch and

Turnervine Roads.

San Jacinto County

4 SE Coldspring 0 0

FM 222 and Spring Road flooded and

impassable.

Polk County

Moscow 0 0

Highway 350 exiting Moscow flooded and

impassable.

Liberty County

Cleveland 0 0

Many impassable roads in and around

Cleveland.

Harris County

3 WSW Crosby 0 0 30K

Tornado downed power lines along

Sheldon Road and Old Highway 90

(Key Map 418X)

Harris County

Aldine 0 0 300K

Tornado traveled NE with damage repor-

ted from the High Meadows Subdivision

to the intersection of Reality and

Otterbury. MacArthur 9th grade school

suffered significant damage with

westward-facing second story wall

collapsing inward, destroying a row of

lockers. A 40×40 foot brick facade was

ripped from the exterior wall with

interior debris littering a nearby

soccer field. Several collapsed garage

awnings and downed large tree limbs in

the High Meadows Subdivision. Two local

auto supply stores had damage with

their rooftop air conditioning units

and satellite dishes blown off.

Harris County

3.5 NE Taylor Lake Vlg 1 0

Jackson County

Countywide 0 0 500K

Widespread major flooding in Edna and

Ganado with aerial rescues. Only

Ganado’s main street passable. 79 homes

and businesses received minor or major

flood damage with 56 of these

facilities in Ganado.

Wharton County

Countywide 0 0 2.1M

Widespread major flooding with evacua-

tions in Louise with more than 200 El

Campo residents being rescued by boat

or high-water vehicles. Numerous roads

(including two sections of Highway 59

between Wharton and El Campo and

between El Campo and the Jackson County

line) and bridges were flooded and

impassable. Countywide, 59 homes

sustained major damage and 225 homes

received minor damage.

Austin County

Bellville 0 0

Flooding on Highway 36 in Bellville.

Chambers County

Mont Belvieu 0 0

Harris County

Pasadena 20 0 0 5.5K

Power pole down at intersection of Red

Bluff and Tammer Roads.

Harris County

South Houston 0 0

Funnel sighted between Ellington Field

and Deer Park.

Waller County

Brookshire 0 0

Funnel sighted at Interstate 10 and FM

1489.

Austin County

Bellville 0 0

Several roads under water near

Bellville.

Colorado County

Countywide 0 0

Several county roads closed due to

flooding.

Brazos County

East Portion 0 0

Water covered dozens of roads along and

near the Navasota River in rural

portions of the county.

Harris County

Westfield 0 0 15K

Flooding reported between the

Interstate 45 northbound feeder and FM

1960. Clay Road covered with a foot and

a half of water and impassable.

Wharton County

El Campo 0 0

Town streets flooded.

Harris County

Jersey Village 0 0

Tornado spotted moving NE at 15 mph

near Highways 529 and 290.

Harris County

Houston 0 0 15K

Tornado was spotted by public who also

heard the tornado-associated train

sounds at intersection of West Road and

West Mont Houston at Interstate 45

North.

Fort Bend County

3 SE Clodine 0 0

Flooding in Mission Bend Subdivision.

Harris County

Addicks 0 0

Water covered road at Interstate 10

feeder road at Highway 6.

Montgomery County

1 E Cut And Shoot 0 0 40K

Trees and signs down on Highway 105.

Building and roof damage to local area

flea market and surrounding residences.

Polk County

Lake Livingston Dam 0 0 5K

Waterspout came ashore on cast shore of

Lake Livingston.

San Jacinto County

1 N Lake Livingston D 0 0

Tornado spotted just north of the dam.

Harris County

Baytown 0 0 50K

At least 11 trees uprooted across town

with damaged traffic light fixtures.

Report of trees down on carports with

vehicle damage.

Chambers County

Anahuac 0 0 35K

Tree on carport with damage to two

vehicles. Storage building had roof

damage. Four power poles on Poskey Road

were snapped.

Madison County

Midway 0 0 10K

Washington County

Brenham 0 0 30K

Washington County

Brenham 0 0 12K

Trinity County

12 E Groveton 0 0 5K

Trees and power lines down in the

Trevat area.

Galveston County

Galveston Scholes F1 0 0

Measured at Scholes Field with no

damage.

Polk County

3 W Livingston 0 0

Funnel sighted near the intersection of

Highways 190 and 350 near Highway 59.

Houston County

Crockett 0 0

3/4 to 7/8 inch hail in Crockett.

Washington County

Brenham 0 0 5K

Downed trees with residential and

vehicle damage.

Trinity County

4 N Trinity 0 0

Liberty County

7 SW Liberty 0 0

Grimes County

Todd Mission 0 0

Montgomery County

1 N Montgomery 0 0 5K

Reports of a couple of trees down at

Highways 1097 and 149.

Montgomery County

Willis 0 0

One tree down on Highway 1097 in

Willis.

Harris County

5 S Spring 0 0

Sighted between Spring and

Intercontinental Airport.

San Jacinto County

10 SW Coldspring 0 0

Tree down at intersection of Highways

3081 and 725.

Montgomery County

Willis 0 0 8.5K

Grimes County

5 NW Anderson 0 0

FM 244 south of Highway 30 closed due

to flooding.

Walker County

12 NW Huntsville 0 0

Road closed due to flooding at inter-

section of FM 2989 and Interstate 45

feeder road.

Trinity County

Trinity 0 0

FM 2262 at Alabama Creek in Trinity

closed due to flooding.

Trinity County

4 E Apple Spgs 0 0

Burleson County

5 E Caldwell 0 0

Washington County

3 NNW Gay Hill 0 0

Brazos County

Bryan 0 0 5K

Tree down on car.

Madison County

7 W Madisonville 0 0 IOK

Grimes County

4 E Navasota 0 0 10K

Barn destroyed.

Jackson County

Morales 0 0 4.5K

Tree down on residential home roof.

Austin County

Cat Spg 0 0 5K

Tree down on home in Cat Spring.

Wharton County

5 NW Wharton 0 0 25K

Four homes were damaged in the Spanish

Camp area near the intersection of FM

1161 and FM 640.

Waller County

Countywide 0 0 25K

Barn damaged in Monaville, power lines

snapped in Waller and Hempstead.

Trinity County

Trinity 0 0 10K

Power line and tree down at intersec-

tion of J.B. Price and Evans Roads with

part of a barn destroyed.

Walker County

Crabbs Prairie 0 0

Waller County

6 ESE Monavilte 0 0 20K

Power poles snapped at intersection of

FM 362 and FM 529.

Wharton County

Glen Flora 0 0 15K

Trees and power lines down, along with

damaged barns, in the the towns of

Eygpt, Glen Flora, Hungerford, and

Wharton.

Waller County

1 S Hempstead 0 0

Tree down.

Montgomery County

Countywide 0 0 50K

Numerous trees down across county.

Harris County

10 S Cypress 0 0 7.5K

Trees and power lines down at the

intersection of FM 529 and Highway 6.

Trinity County

5 SE Apple Spgs to 0 0 100K

7 SE Apple Spgs

Seven hunters in the Davy Crockett

National Forest were stranded and their

vehicles to ninety percent severely

damaged. Seventy of trees in path

felled or damaged.

Fort Bend County

8 W Sugarland 0 0

Tree down.

Liberty County

Liberty 0 0 40K

Damage to retail store, several cars in

parking lot also damaged.

Polk County

Countywide 0 0 20K

Numerous power lines and trees down.

Matagorda County

Palacios 0 0

Brazoria County

Alvin 0 0 3K

Tree down on power line.

Harris County

Pasadena 0 0 10K

Numerous power lines down.

Liberty County

Countywide 0 0 25K

Numerous trees down countywide. Metal

building damaged along with fire

station’s communications tower toppled

in Cleveland.

Galveston County

League City 0 0 75K

Windows blown out of residential homes,

roof damage, trees, and fences blown

down. Power lines and signs also down.

Chambers County

Winnie 0 0 20K

Restaurant and homes damaged.

Polk County

7 WNW Livingston 0 0 50K

Building damage with power lines down

in the Indian Hills Subdivision along

FM 2457 near Lake Livingston.

Montgomery County

The Woodlands 0 0 30K

TEXAS, Extreme West

NONE REPORTED.

TEXAS, Mid–South

Goliad County

North Central Portion 0 0

See episode narrative below for

additional details and rainfall totals.

Victoria County

Countywide 0 0

See episode narrative below for

additional details and rainfall totals.

TEXAS, Mid–South

Victoria County

Victoria 0 0

Victoria County

3 W Dacosta to 0 0 25K

1 W Dacosta

A NWS survey concluded an HP supercell

produced a tornado in the Hidden Valley

subdivision, just west of Docasta and

approximately 6 miles southeast of

Victoria. The tornado damaged several

homes and destoyed two sheds. Debris

from the subdivision was blown about

one mile downwind.

Victoria County

1 E Victoria to 0 0

1 SE Victoria

Goliad County

North Central Portion 0 0 20K

Victoria County

Countywide 0 0 706K

See episode narrative below for

additional details and rainfall totals.

A significant heavy rainfall event

occurred across Goliad and Victoria

Counties on November 20-21, 2004. Up to

15 inches of rainfall was observed over

northern Goliad County which resulted

in Flash Flooding along Perdido,

Coleto, and Spring Creeks. Flooding

along the Garcitas Creek and Guadalupe

River also resulted from this signifi-

cant rainfall. Several high water

rescues were performed as motorists

attemped to cross flooded roadways.

Strong thunderstorms erupted along a

nearly stationary frontal boundary that

extended across south Texas from near

Cotulla to Three Rivers and Victoria

Saturday evening (Nov 20). Moist,

southerly winds off the Gulf of Mexico

in the lower levels of the atmosphere

fueled the storms along the front.

Meanwhile, in the middle to upper level

portions of the atmosphere, winds were

nearly parallel to the frontal boundary

out of the southwest. This combination

caused thunderstorms to regenerate and

train over the same areas Saturday

evening through early afternoon on

Sunday.

In all, doppler radar estimated 10 to

15 inches of rain fell in an 18 hour

period beginning Saturday afternoon

across northern Goliad County from

Charco cast to Schroeder and near

Coletto Creek Reservoir. This was con-

firmed by reliable rain gauge reports

north of Goliad. In addition, rainfall

totals across portions of northwest and

central Victoria County reached 5 to 10

inches during this period. Emergency

management in both counties reported

widespread, major flooding problems

with numerous road closers. Several

motorists were rescued as they became

stranded in rising water. County offi-

cials and a NWS Storm Survey reported

that several homes were flooded and

some bridges across northeast Goliad

County were washed out by severe flood

waters.

This rainfall led to daily rainfall

records on the 20th and 21st at the

Victoria Regional Airport. The rainfall

also pushed monthly rainfall totals

over the all time November record and

also pushed the 2004 yearly total over

the all time yearly record.

The following are observed totals from

cooperative and volunteer NWS observers

as well as the Victoria Regional ASOS

during this episode, occuring from the

late afternoon on Nov 20th through the

morning of Nov 21st:

Weesatche 3 mi S: 12.69″

Victoria Regional ASOS: 9.32″

Victoria Tanglewood Subdivision: 8.85″

Inez 8 mi WNW: 5.81″

Victoria Fire Dept: 6.75″

Coleto Creek Reservoir: 4.08″

Goliad: 1.19″

Victoria County

Victoria 0 0

One to two inches of rainfall fell in

about one hour over very saturated

grounds in the city of Victoria. Flash

flooding of numerous streets throughout

the city was observed resulting in

several stalled cars in high water. The

Victoria Regional Airport recorded

1.56″ of rain during this event.

Goliad County

Charco 0 0

Victoria County

Mission Vly 0 0

Spotters reported wind damage in the

Mission Valley area, including larger

tree limbs down.

Bee County

1 S Beeville 0 0

Victoria County

Victoria 0 0

Law enforcement reported wind damage,

including trees down.

Goliad County

1 S Goliad 0 0

Victoria County

Victoria 0 0

Measured gust by local t.v. weathemet

station at Detar Hospital. Large tree

limbs reported down across north side

of Victoria. Power outages throughout

the county were also reported by

spotter.

Duval County

8 E Benavides 0 0

Duval County

8 E Freer 0 0

San Patricio County

Mathis 0 0

Refugio County

8 NW Refugio 0 0

Reported by county sheriff along

Highway 183 near the Refugio and Goliad

county line.

Victoria County

Northeast Portion 0 0

Trained spotter reported several low

lying secondary roads had water running

over them in the northeast portion of

the county. County Road 444 one mile

northwest of Inez had two feet of water

over the road.

Jim Wells County

Ben Bolt 0 0

County sheriff deputy reported broken

windshield by hail.

Calhoun County

5 NW Port Lavaca 0 0

Reported by sheriff in the Six Mile

area.

San Patricio County

.5 S Odem 0 0

TEXAS, North

Palo Pinto County

7 WNW Graford 0 0

Young County

Graham 0 0

A road across a small creek near Graham

was closed due to high water.

Bell County

Nolanville 0 0

Water was over a bridge in the

Nolanville area.

Lampasas County

5 N Lampasas 0 0

Little Lucy Creek was flooding. High

water was over east FM 581 and County

Road 3500. Numerous county roads and

low water crossings around Lampasas

were flooded.

Coryell County

Gatesville 0 0

Roads were barricaded at Gatesville and

Bee House.

Bell County

Countywide 0 0

Numerous roads and low water crossings

were closed due to high water.

Bosque County

Crantills Gap 0 0

Some flooding was reported on Highway

22.

McLennan County

Crawford 0 0

Several roads in the area were closed

due to high water. A bridge over Wasp

Creek south of Crawford was washed out.

Bell County

Nolanville 0 0

Water was over a bridge in the

Nolanville area.

McLennan County

Hewitt 0 0

Widespread street flooding occurred

from heavy rain.

Denton County

Denton 0 0

Creeks and streams were reported out of

banks with water flowing very fast.

Falls County

10 N Marlin 0 0

Navarro County

Richland 0 0

Freestone County

Streetman 0 0

Coryell County

9 S Gatesville 0 0

Occurred at Flat.

Bosque County

9 E Clifton 0 0

Milam County

Cameron 0 0 2K

A tree was blown over and took out a

utility pole and some powerlines.

Henderson County

1 W Payne Springs 0 0 2K

A metal building was destroyed by high

winds.

Robertson County

1 S Hearne 0 0 2K

Metal buildings were blown down by high

winds.

Robertson County

1 W Hearne 0 0 5K

A barn was blown down by high winds.

Dallas County

Grand Prairie to 0 0 250K

Dallas

A severe thunderstorm produced damage

from the east side of Grand Prairie,

north northeast across eastern Irving

and into west Dallas. At 105 pm Dallas

Love Field had measured wind gusts to

76 mph, with estimates as high as near

100 mph across Grand Prairie and

Irving. Three tractor-trailer rigs were

blown over on Interstate 30, and parts

of Loop 12 near Texas Stadium were

closed for a while because of downed

powerlines across the lanes. Several

businesses in Grand Prairie sustained

structural damage. A motel on the

Stemmons Freeway in Dallas had 12 units

unroofed, and one new automobile

dealership had over 100,000 dollars

damage.

Leon County

1 SW Marquez 0 0

A large tree was blown down onto

Highway 79.

Bell County

1 S Salado to 0 0

2 S Salado

Comanche County

1 W De Leon 0 0

Comanche County

6 NW De Leon 0 0

Bell County

Salado 0 0

Eastland County

Rising Star 0 0 5K

High winds caused roof damage and

downed trees.

Hamilton County

8 NE Olin 0 0

Bosque County

3 W Meridian 0 0

Bell County

Holland 0 0

Nickle to quarter size hail was

reported.

Bell County

10 SW Temple 0 0 1K

A bus stop building in Bartlett was

blown down.

Bell County

Holland 0 0

Bell County

Rogers 0 0

McLennan County

Hewitt 0 0

Milam County

Cameron 0 0

Bell County

8 SE Holland 0 0 15K

Structural damage was reported to a

house and a building on FM 487 east of

Bartlett.

Robertson County

5 E Hearne 0 0

A bridge on Highway 395 was under

water.

TEXAS, North Panhandle

TXZ011>012-016>017

0 0

A vigorous low pressure system in the

upper atmosphere over southwest Texas

moved northeast toward the southern

Texas panhandle while a very cold air

mass remained in place. Heavy snowfall

occurred across the southwest and

south-central Texas panhandle where

Amarillo reported eight to nine inches

… Vega reported eight inches … and

six to seven inches fell in Canyon and

six to seven inches fell in Canyon and

hereford.

TXZ013-018

0 0

A low pressure system in the upper

atmosphere approaching the southern

Texas panhandle combined with very cold

air mass at the surface produced heavy

snow across the southern Texas pan-

handle. Six to seven inches of snow

fell southwest of Panhandle while seven

inches of snow occurred in Claude.

TXZ001-006>007-

011>012-016>017

0 0

A low pressure system in the upper

atmosphere over the southwestern states

approached the Texas panhandle while

cold and moist air pushed south and

southwest into the Texas panhandle.

Heavy snow fell across mainly the

western and central sections of the

Texas panhandle where Dalhart and

Charming reported four inches …

Masterson and Dumas reported four

inches … Amarillo and five miles

northwest of Amarillo reported four to

five inches … Vega reported five to

six inches … northwest and north of

Dawn reported four inches … and the

southern part of Amarillo reported four

inches.

TXZ001

0 0

The combination of a strong cold front

moving south across the Texas panhandle

and an approaching low pressure system

in the upper atmosphere from the south-

western states produced heavy snow

across the extreme northwestern Texas

panhandle. Four miles southeast of

Texline reported four inches of snow on

the ground.

TXZ001>003-006>008

0 0

A strong low pressure system in the

upper atmosphere tracked east out of

southern California and across the

southwest states into west Texas. A

cold front pushed southeast across the

Texas panhandle ushering in very cold

air at the surface. Heavy snowfall

occurred mainly across the northwest

and central Texas panhandle. Six to

eight inches of snow fell in Charming

… six inches of snow fell in Spearman

… and four inches of snow occurred in

Stratford … Dumas and Sunray …

Stinnett … and southeast of Texline.

TXZ004-011>012

0 0

A low pressure system in the upper

atmosphere approaching the Texas

panhandle from the west combined with

cold air at the surface to generate

heavy snowfall across the northeast and

southwestern Texas panhandle. Four to

five inches of snow fell at Waka in

Ochiltree county and four inches of

snow was reported at Boys Ranch in

Oldham county and also five miles south

of Masterson on U.S. Highway 289 in

rural Potter county.

TEXAS, Northeast

Angelina County

Lufkin 0 0

High water across FM 324 and FM 819

southwest of town

Angelina County

Lufkin 0 0

High water caused several cars to

stall. High water also reported across

FM 2497 just west of Burke.

Nacogdoches County

2 W Nacogdoches 0 0

High water across FM 225 and State Road

7 was flooded. CR Gravel Ridge and CR

302 washed out.

Red River County

Clarksville 0 0

Angelina County

Lufkin 0 0

Several roads under water across the

city.

San Augustine

County

San Augustine 0 0

Trees downed.

TEXAS, South

Jim Hogg County

4 SW Hebbronville 0 0

Jim Hogg County

3 S Hebbronville 0 0

A cluster of severe thunderstorms pro-

duced golf ball size hail and damaging

winds in and just south of

Hebbronville.

TEXAS, South Central

Blanco County

Johnson City to 0 0

Blanco

Showers and thunderstorms through the

late evening produced general 1 inch

totals across the central part of

Blanco County. Highest amounts ap-

proached 3 inches between Johnson City

and Blanco. Numerous rural roads were

closed due to flash flooding, including

FM2766 and FM 165.

Travis County

Austin 0 0

The Austin media reported that flash

flooding had developed shortly after

midnight as a general 1 inch rain fell

over the city. Some parts of the city

received up to 2 inches.

Travis County

Austin 0 0

The Austin media reported that flash

flooding had redeveloped just prior to

sunrise over parts of Austin, including

Lakewood Dr. At Bull Creek. Other

problems were reported at Spicewood

Springs, along Capitol of Texas

Highway, FM535, and north-bound Mopac

Expressway near Steck Ave.

Hays County

San Marcos 1 0

The Blanco River rose to above bankfull

stage late on the evening of November

14, but remained below flood stage. Two

people attempted to drive through a low

water crossing on Post Oak Road where

the Blanco River crosses just south of

Kyle. The car was swept into the river

and washed downstream. The man was

rescued after catching on to a tree.

The woman also caught on to a tree but

lost her grip and was swept away and

drowned. F24VE

Val Verde County

Southeast Portion 0 0

General 1 inch rainfall over the north-

west part of Edwards County and the

southeast part of Val Verde County

during the late evening hours. The

highest totals were near 3 inches in

the extreme northwest comer of Edwards

County and near Del Rio. Several roads

in the southeast part of Val Verde

County were closed due to flash

flooding shortly after midnight.

Edwards County

Northwest Portion 0 0

General 1 inch rainfall over the

northwest part of Edwards County and

the southeast part of Val Verde County

during the late evening hours. The

highest totals were near 3 inches in

the extreme northwest comer of Edwards

County and near Del Rio. This rainfall

caused widespread flash flooding. SH55

was closed northwest of Rocksprings and

US377 was closed at the South Llano

River crossing.

Val Verde County

East Portion 0 0

Showers and thunderstorms redeveloped

during the early morning hours of the

16th, producing a general 1 inch

rainfall over the eastern half of the

county. Highest rain totals were near 4

inches near Del Rio as well as in the

extreme northeast part of the county.

FM 189 was closed northeast of June

through the afternoon and evening.

Edwards County

East Portion 0 0

Slow-moving showers and thunderstorms

formed in the late morning from eastern

Edwards County across much of Real

County. General 1 inch rainfall was

indicated across the two county area,

with highest totals of up to 4 inches

along both sides of the Edwards-Real

County line. US55 and FM335 were closed

due to flash flooding through the

remainder of the afternoon and evening.

Real County

Countywide 0 0

Slow-moving showers and thunderstorms

formed in the late morning from eastern

Edwards County across much of Real

County. General 1 inch rainfall was

indicated across the two county area,

with highest totals of up to 4 inches

along both sides of the Edwards-Real

County line. SH41 and FM335 were

reported under water through the after-

noon and evening.

Uvalde County

Countywide 0 0

The showers and thunderstorms from

Edwards and Real Counties spread south

and east into Bandera and Uvalde

Counties. Again, general 1 inch rain

amounts were indicated, with highest

totals near 3 inches just north and

west of Concan. At 2130CST, the Uvalde

Sheriffs Department reported all roads

in western Uvalde County were closed

except for US90.

Bandera County

Countywide 0 0

The showers and thunderstorms from

Edwards and Real Counties spread south

and east into Bandera and Uvalde

Counties. Flooding began in the western

part of Bandera County near 1430 CST,

spreading across the county into the

eastern parts near 2000CST. General

rainfall averages were around 1 inch.

Highest totals in the west were 2

inches near Vanderpool and highest

totals in the east were 5 inches just

southeast of Pipe Creek. In the west,

FM 187 was closed through the after-

noon. In the east, nearly all the roads

except for SH16 were closed through the

evening of the 16th and the early

morning of the 17th.

Kerr County

East Portion 0 0

Storms produced a general rainfall of 1

inch across the eastern half of Kerr

County during the early afternoon.

Highest amounts were 3 inches near

Center Point. FM480 was closed due to

high water for much of the late after-

noon and evening.

TXZ183

0 0

The Devils River at Cauthorn Ranch near

Juno crested at 10.38 ft at 1500CST on

November 17, where flood stage is 5 ft

Travis County

1 W Beecaves to 0 0

.5 W Beecaves

A small tornado was observed just west

of the intersection of Loop 360 and

FM2244 near Bee Cave. The tornado

struck in a wooded area and damaged

several trees before lifting and dis-

sipating.

Kinney County

Countywide 0 0

The showers and thunderstorms from

Edwards, Uvalde and Bandera Counties

continued to spread southward into

Kinney, Frio and Medina Counties

through the afternoon. In Kinney

County, storms dropped a general 1 inch

rainfall, with up to 3 inches in the

area from Brackettville to Spofford.

The Kinney County Sheriffs Department

reported that nearly all roads in the

county except for US90 were closed

through the late afternoon and early

evening.

Frio County

East Portion 0 0

The showers and thunderstorms from

Edwards, Uvalde and Bandera Counties

continued to spread southward into

Kinney, Frio and Medina Counties

through the afternoon. The storms in

Frio County fell heaviest in the

eastern half where between 1 and 3 inch

totals were prevalent. Up to 5 inches

was reported along the Atascosa County

Co line. FM462, FM472, FM140, and

FM2779 closed through the afternoon and

evening.

Medina County

East Portion 0 0

The showers and thunderstorms from

Edwards, Uvalde and Bandera Counties

continued to spread southward into

Kinney, Frio and Medina Counties

through the afternoon. These storms

produced between 1 and 3 inch rainfall

over the eastern half of Medina County.

Highest totals were near 5 inches

between Castroville to Natalia. FM471,

SH132, Sh173, FM2200 were closed

through the afternoon and evening. The

Medina County Sheriffs Department

reported pulling three people out of a

flooded car near LaCoste around

2000CST.

Atascosa County

Countywide 0 0

The showers and thunderstorms continue

to spread east and south, moving into

Atascosa County in the mid afternoon.

They left a general 1 inch rainfall

over the county, with highest totals of

up to 5 inches near Lytle. FM476,

FM2504, and SH 173 closed through the

afternoon and evening

Bexar County

Countywide 1 0

As the storms moved into Bexar County,

they spread a general rainfall of 1

inch across the county. Highest amounts

were 6 inches southwest of Von Ormy.

FM471 and FM476 closed from afternoon

into early morning. Around 10 pm on the

evening of November 16, a woman attemp-

ted to cross a flooded low bridge over

Leon Creek on foot in northwest San

Antonio, near the intersection of

Ingram and Wurzbach. She was warned by

a public works department employee not

to go across but she did so anyway. She

was swept into the flood waters and

drowned. F28OU

Bexar County

3 N Von Ormy to 0 0

3.1 N Von Ormy

Skywarn-trained Amateur Radio Operators

observed a small tornado that dropped

into an open area. The tornado was

about 20 yards wide and continued over

the ground for less than a quarter

mile. It caused no damage and was rated

F0 on the Fujita Scale.

Gillespie County

13 W Fredericksburg to 0 0

11 W Fredericksburg

Skywam-trained Amateur Radio Operators

observed a small tornado that dropped

into an open area. The tornado was

about 20 yards wide and continued over

the ground for less than a quarter

mile. It caused no damage and was rated

F0 on the Fujita Scale.

Gillespie County

Countywide 0 0

The storms continued to spread

northeastward during the late

afternoon, moving into Gillespie,

Kendall and Llano Counties. In

Gillespie County, general 2 to 3 inch

totals were indicated, with amounts of

up to 4 inches south of Fredericksburg

and 5 inches in the area from Doss to

Harper. Most county roads under water

except for US290 through the evening

and early morning hours. No high water

rescues were reported.

Kendall County

Countywide 0 0

The storms continued to spread

northeastward during the late

afternoon, moving into Gillespie,

Kendall and Llano Counties. Kendall

County totals averaged between 1 and 2

inches with widespread 3 to 4 inch

totals over the western half of the

county and highest amounts near 6

inches in the area around Comfort. More

than two dozen of the county’s roads

were closed due to high water. At one

point, IH10 was one of the few roads

still passable through the evening and

early morning. Several high water

rescues were performed.

Llano County

Countywide 0 0

The storms continued to spread

northeastward during the late

afternoon, moving into Gillespie,

Kendall and Llano Counties. Llano

County reported a general 1 to 2 inch

rainfall with up to 4 inches from

Bluffton to Kingsland to Sunrise Beach.

Most secondary county roads, along with

US29, US71 were closed due to flash

flooding through the evening and early

morning.

Gillespie County

.1 W Willow City to 0 0

Willow City

A second Gillespie County tornado was

reported by the Sheriffs Department to

have struck the community of Willow

City near 1910CST. It was about 20

yards wide and was on the ground for

less than short-lived and caused minor

damage to some trees before lifting and

dissipating. It was rated F0 on the

Fujita Scale.

Bexar County

5.1 SW Kelly Afb to 0 0

5 SW Kelly Afb

A small and short-lived tornado was

observed by the Kelly AFB Weather

Station. It was in open country and

caused no damage. It was rated F0 on

the Fujita Scale

Bexar County

5 N Grey Forest to 0 0

5.1 N Grey Forest

Skywarn-trained Amateur Radio Operators

reported a small, short-lived tornado

near Babcock Road and Scenic Loop Road.

The tornado was estimated at 20 yards

wide and touched down in open country,

causing no known damage. It was rated

F0 on the Fujita Scale.

TXZ183

0 0

The Devils River at Bakers Crossing 19N

crested at 13.48 ft at 1830CST on

November 17, where flood stage is 8 ft.

Blanco County

1 S Johnson City to 0 0

6 NW Johnson City

Blanco County

8 NW Johnson City to 0 0

15 N Johnson City

The storm that produced the first

Blanco County tornado continued toward

the northeast and produced a second

tornado near 2040CST. This tornado was

also observed by the Blanco County

deputy as it moved toward the north-

east. It was wider … at times

approaching 300 yards wide. It lifted

up and down and did not appear to touch

the ground much of the time. It con-

tinued on its path over open country

for almost 12 miles and dissipated near

2100CST. It was rated an F1 on the

Fujita Scale.

TXZ203

0 0

The Nueces River at Laguna crested at

16.13 ft at 0200CST on November 17,

where flood stage is 10 ft.

Comal County

3 NE Bracken to 0 0

3.1 NE Bracken

A tornado struck near Garden Ridge

along FM3009. Damage to the trophy oaks

subdivision was very concentrated …

with 40 or more trees snapped off or

pulled out of the ground laid down in

all directions. Some of the trees were

large with diameters in excess of 12

inches. The tornado appears to have

touched briefly along a path less than

one mile long. A review of the damage

suggested the tornado was approximately

200 yards wide. Homeowners where the

damage occurred reported hearing only a

brief noise as its truck. It dissipated

near 2105CST and was rated F1 on the

Fujita Scale.

Blanco County

Countywide 0 0

The showers and thunderstorms continued

to spread eastward, moving into Blanco,

Comal, Guadalupe and Hays Counties in

the early evening. In Blanco County,

they produced a general 1 inch rainfall

with up to 3 inches near Hye as the

maximum. FM1623 and FM 1323 were closed

through the evening.

Comal County

Countywide 0 0

The showers and thunderstorms continued

to spread eastward, moving into Blanco,

Comal, Guadalupe and Hays Counties in

the early evening. In Comal County,

they produced a general 1 inch rain

with highest amounts of up to 3 inches

east of Sattler. Most rural roads in

eastern Comal County were closed,

including FM306 and FM484, through the

evening and early morning hours.

Guadalupe County

Countywide 0 0

The showers and thunderstorms continued

to spread eastward, moving into Blanco,

Comal, Guadalupe and Hays Counties in

the early evening. In Guadalupe County,

they produced a general 1 inch rain

with maximum amounts near 3 inches in

the area from Marion to McQueeny to

Geronimo. More than two dozen roads

were closed in western Guadalupe County

through the evening and early morning

hours.

Hays County

Countywide 0 0

The showers and thunderstorms continued

to spread eastward, moving into Blanco,

Comal, Guadalupe and Hays Counties in

the early evening. In Hays County, they

produced a general 1 to 2 inch

rainfall. The highest amounts were near

6 inches near San Marcos. Nearly all

rural roads in Hays County were closed

from midnight into the mid-moming. The

flash flooding was worst in the eastern

part of Hays County. A driver moved a

barricade from across a flooded low

water crossing and then attempted to

take his vehicle through the water. The

vehicle stalled in the high water and

both occupants climbed onto the top of

the vehicle. They were rescued by a

Star Flite helicopter crew. The driver

was later arrested for moving the

barricade.

Travis County

Countywide 0 0

By late evening, the storms had spread

into Travis, Williamson and Burnet

Counties, with general rain totals of 1

to 2 inches in each of the counties.

Highest amounts in Travis County were

near 5 inches across much of the city

of Austin. Many secondary city and

rural roads were closed from midnight

to mid-moming. Flooding was worst in

the central part of county but the last

of the flash flooding took place in the

western portion.

Williamson County

Countywide 0 0

By late evening, the storms had spread

into Travis, Williamson and Burnet

Counties, with general rain totals of 1

to 2 inches in each of the counties.

Highest amounts in Williamson County

were near 4 inches between Leander and

Round Rock. The worst flooding problem

was in the south part of the county

where rural roads were flooded through

the early morning hours.

TXZ190

0 0

The Pedernales River at Johnson City

crested at 17.73 ft at 0715CST on

November 17, where flood stage is 14

ft.

Burnet County

Countywide 0 0

By late evening, the storms had spread

into Travis, Williamson and Burnet

Counties, with general rain totals of 1

to 2 inches in each of the counties.

Highest amounts in Bumet County were

near 4 inches in the western part of

the county. FM1431, FM2147 and FM2341

were closed through mid-morning.

TXZ173

0 0

The South Fork of the San Gabriel River

crested at 15.53 ft at 1330CST on

November 17, where flood stage is 9 ft.

Wilson County

West Portion 0 0

The Bexar, Atascosa and Guadalupe

County storms spread into Wilson County

during the late night hours and

produced general 1 inch totals over the

western half of the county. Highest

totals were between 2 and 3 inches just

west of Floresville. FM536, FM 1103,

FM2579 were closed briefly after

midnight.

TXZ203

0 0

The Nueces at Uvalde crested at 14.75

ft at 1345CST on November 17, where

flood stage is 11ft.

TXZ191

0 0

The Blanco River at Wimberley crested

at 20.12 ft at 0830CST on November 17,

where flood stage is 13 ft.

TXZ171

0 0

The Llano River at Llano crested at

22.07 ft at 1156CST on November 17,

where flood stage is 10 ft.

Gonzales County

North Portion 0 0

Storms began producing rainfall over

Bastrop, Gonzales, DeWitt and Lavaca

Counties in the early morning. By mid

morning, the northern half of the

county had received a general 1 inch

soaking, with highest totals of 4

inches between Waelder and the city of

Gonzales. SH97, SH304, FM704, FM1115,

and FM1296 were closed until near noon.

Bastrop County

Countywide 0 0

Storms began producing rainfall over

Bastrop, Gonzales, DeWitt and Lavaca

Counties in the early morning. By mid

morning, Bastrop County had received a

general 1 inch rainfall, with up to 4

inches between Rockne and the city of

Bastrop. SH95, SH304, and FM20 were

under water briefly.

De Witt County

Countywide 0 0

Storms began producing rainfall over

Bastrop, Gonzales, DeWitt and Lavaca

Counties in the early morning. By mid

morning, DeWitt County had received a

general 1 inch rainfall, with up to 3

inches east of Cuero. Several rural

roads in DeWitt County were closed from

late morning into early evening due to

high water.

Lavaca County

Countywide 0 0

Storms began producing rainfall over

Bastrop, Gonzales, DeWitt and Lavaca

Counties in the early morning. By mid

morning, Lavaca County had received a

general 1 inch rainfall, with up to 3

inches in the extreme southwestern part

of the county. FM531, SH111 and FM318

were closed from late morning into

early evening due to high water.

TXZ205

0 0

The Medina River US 281 South crested

at 26.28 ft at 2000CST on November 17,

where flood stage is 20 ft.

TXZ219

0 0

The Nueces River at Ashcrton crested at

28.19 ft at 11OOCST on November 20,

where flood stage is 20 ft.

De Witt County

Countywide 0 0

Showers and thunderstorms re-developed

over DeWitt and Lavaca Counties in the

early afternoon of November 17. They

produced a general 1 inch rain over the

two counties, with highest totals of up

to 3 inches between Cuero and Sweet

Home. FM766, FM953, and FM443 were

closed. A car was reported to have

washed off CR158 near Sandies Creek.

Lavaca County

Countywide 0 0

Showers and thunderstorms re-developed

over DeWitt and Lavaca Counties in the

early afternoon of November 17. They

produced a general 1 inch rain over the

two counties, with highest totals of up

to 3 inches between Cuero and Sweet

Home. Several rural roads were closed

in Lavaca County during the evening due

to high water.

Lavaca County

11 S Halletsville 0 0

Lavaca County

11.3 S Halletsville to 0 0

11 S Halletsville

An NWS cooperative observer reported

seeing a small tornado drop down in

open country, travel around one-quarter

mile and lift back into the parent

thunderstorm. The tornado did not cause

any damage and was rated F0 on the

Fujita Scale.

De Witt County

Countywide 0 0

Showers and thunderstorms again

re-developed over DeWitt and Lavaca

Counties on the morning of the 21st.

They produced another general 1 inch

rain in DeWitt County, with highest

amounts near 4 inches along the DeWitt

and Victoria County lines. The worst

flash flooding problems were reported

from Nordheim to Yorktown to Cuero.

FM766, among many other rural roads,

was closed through much of the

afternoon.

Lavaca County

Countywide 0 0

Showers and thunderstorms again

re-developed over DeWitt and Lavaca

Counties on the morning of the 21st.

They produced a general 1 to 2 inch

rain in Lavaca County, with highest

amounts of 5 to 7 inches over the

southeast part of the county. Flash

flooding was widespread, with nearly

all secondary roads in Lavaca County

under water through the late afternoon

and early evening.

Bexar County

Countywide 0 0

Scattered showers and thunderstorms

spread across South Central Texas on

the morning of November 21. They

produced general 1 inch rainfall over

Bexar County, with the highest totals

of 3 inches in the southeast part of

the county. Numerous county roads were

closed due to flash flooding. Salado

Creek was particularly effective in

closing low water crossings.

Gonzales County

Countywide 0 0

Scattered showers and thunderstorms

spread across South Central Texas on

the morning of November 21. They

produced general 1 inch rainfall over

Gonzales County, with the highest

totals of 3 inches in the southeast

part of the county near Smiley. Several

secondary roads were closed, including

FM108 and SHl 11 through the afternoon.

Guadalupe County

Countywide 0 0

Scattered showers and thunderstorms

spread across South Central Texas on

the morning of November 21. They

produced general 1 inch rainfall over

Guadalupe County, with the highest

totals of 3 inches in the western part

of the county along Cibolo Creek. Road

closures were reported all across

western Guadalupe County.

Bastrop County

Countywide 0 0

Scattered showers and thunderstorms

spread across South Central Texas on

the morning of November 21. They

produced general 1 inch rainfall over

Bastrop County, with the highest totals

of 3 inches near Paige. Most of the

secondary roads in northern Bastrop

County were closed during the afternoon

hours.

Caldwell County

Countywide 0 0

Scattered showers and thunderstorms

spread across South Central Texas on

the morning of November 21. They

produced general 1 inch rainfall over

Caldwell County, with the highest

totals of 3 inches in the southeast

part of the county along the Gonzales

County line. FM713, FM86, and SH304

were closed through much of the

afternoon due to high water.

Comal County

Countywide 0 0

Scattered showers and thunderstorms

spread across South Central Texas on

the morning of November 21. They

produced general 1 inch rainfall over

Comal County, with the highest totals

of 3 inches in New Braunfels. High

water closed FM3009, FM306, FM1863 and

FM2722 through the early afternoon.

Hays County

Countywide 0 0

Scattered showers and thunderstorms

spread across South Central Texas on

the morning of November 21. They

produced general 1 inch rainfall over

Hays County, with the highest totals of

3 inches across the central part of the

county. Among the rural roads closed

through the early afternoon due to high

water were FM3237, FM150, FM967 and

FM12.

Bastrop County

10 SE Bastrop 0 0

Amateur radio operators reported that

severe thunderstorms winds blew down

trees along SH71 about 10 miles

southeast of Bastrop. No other damage

was reported.

Llano County

3 S Oxford 0 0

Fayette County

Northeast Portion 0 0

Slow-moving thunderstorms produced

widespread 1 to 2 inch rainfall from

northeastern Fayette County across much

of Lee County during the late morning

and early afternoon. Highest rain

totals in Fayette County were 3 inches

just northeast of Warda. Among

afternoon road closures due to high

water were FM153, FM1291 and SH237.

Lee County

Countywide 0 0

Slow-moving thunderstorms produced

widespread 1 to 2 inch rainfall from

northeastern Fayette County across much

of Lee County during the late morning

and early afternoon. Highest rain

totals in Lee County were 3 inches

along FM696 just east of Lexington.

High water closed FM696, FM112, FM1624

and FM141 from late afternoon into the

evening hours.

Burnet County

10 NW Marble Falls 0 0

The Burner County Sheriffs department

reported that severe thunderstorm winds

had blown down several trees about 10

miles northwest of Marble Falls

Karnes County

Northeast Portion 0 0

Showers and thunderstorms dropped

general 1 inch totals across the

northeastern part of Karnes County.

Up to 4 inches fell near Gillett. Flash

flooding closed many roads through the

late afternoon and early evening,

including FM887 and US80.

TXZ224

0 0

The Guadalupe River at Cuero crested at

40.61 ft at 23000ST on November 24,

where flood stage is 20 ft

Comal County

Countywide 0 0

Showers and thunderstorms, forming

along the IH35 condor, produced general

1 inch rain totals over Comal, Hays,

Travis and Williamson Counties. Highest

rain totals in Comal County were near 3

inches in the Sattler area. Flash

flooding closed portions of FM306 and

FM2673 through the early and mid

morning hours.

Hays County

Countywide 0 0

Showers and thunderstorms, forming

along the IH35 corridor, produced

general 1 inch rain totals over Comal,

Hays, Travis and Williamson Counties.

Highest rain totals in Hays County were

near 3 inches in the area between

Driftwood and Dripping Springs. High

water closed parts of FM12, FM967,

FM150 and FM 1826 through the early

morning hours.

Travis County

Countywide 0 0

Showers and thunderstorms, forming

along the IH35 condor, produced general

1 inch rain totals over Comal, Hays,

Travis and Williamson Counties. Highest

rain totals in Travis County were near

4 inches in the area around downtown

Austin. Numerous creeks were reported

to be in flood, including Wilbarger

Creek, Shoal Creek, Waller Creek, and

Bull Creek. At one point, several cars

were tossed around by flood waters in a

downtown Austin County parking lot by

the waters of Waller Creek.

Williamson County

Countywide 0 0

Showers and thunderstorms, forming

along the IH35 corridor, produced

general 1 inch rain totals over Comal,

Hays, Travis and Williamson Counties.

Highest rain totals in Williamson

County were near 3 inches over the

southern portion near the Travis County

line. FM2243, FM620, and FM685, among

many others, were reported to be closed

in places by high water.

Atascosa County

North Portion 0 0

An area of showers and thunderstorms

redeveloped late on the evening of

November 21 and continued into the

early morning hours of the 22nd. It

produced widespread 1 inch totals over

Atascosa, Bexar, Frio and Medina

Counties, resulting in the flash

flooding of numerous rural roads.

Highest rain totals in Atascosa County

were near 3 inches in the area between

Poteet and Leming.

Bexar County

Countywide 1 0

An area of showers and thunderstorms

redeveloped late on the evening of

November 21 and continued into the

early morning hours of the 22nd. It

produced widespread 1 inch totals over

Atascosa, Bexar, Frio and Medina

Counties, resulting in the flash

flooding of numerous rural roads.

Highest rain totals in Bexar County

were near 4 inches from Elmendorf to St

Hedwig. More than 60 city streets and

over 40 county roads were closed due to

flooding. Non-essential San Antonio

city government employees were sent

home early and college campuses were

closed. A woman in north central San

Antonio attempted to drive her minivan

through a low water crossing over

Lorence Creek in the 14700 block of

Henderson Pass near 830 am, when the

vehicle stalled in deep, rising water.

She left the vehicle, attempting to get

to higher ground, but was swept off her

feet and drowned. More than 21 others

were rescued in by county firefighters

in high water across the county. City

rescue teams made 136 high water

rescues. State-dispatched Blackhawk

helicopters rescued four people in

southeast Bexar County. 125 people were

evacuated from a county mobile home

park due to rising water.

Frio County

East Portion 0 0

An area of showers and thunderstorms

redeveloped late on the evening of

November 21 and continued into the

early morning hours of the 22nd. It

produced widespread 1 inch totals over

Atascosa, Bexar, Frio and Medina

Counties, resulting in the flash

flooding of numerous rural roads.

Highest rain totals in Frio County were

2 inches southeast of Pearsall along

SH85.

Medina County

Northeast Portion 0 0

An area of showers and thunderstorms

redeveloped late on the evening of

November 21 and continued into the

early morning hours of the 22nd. It

produced widespread 1 inch totals over

Atascosa, Bexar, Frio and Medina

Counties, resulting in the flash

flooding of numerous rural roads.

Highest rain totals in Medina County

were 3 inches near Mico and around the

Medina Lake area. FM471, FM1283 and

FM1957 were reported under water

through the early morning hours.

TXZ192

0 0

The Colorado River at Austin crested at

25.91 ft at 05000ST on November 22,

where flood stage is 24 ft.

Bastrop County

East Portion 0 0

As the area of showers and

thunderstorms continued to spread

eastward, the activity moved into

Bastrop, Caldwell, Guadalupe, and

Fayette Counties. The storms left a

general 1 to 2 inch rainfall over the

area, with highest totals in eastern

Bastrop County of 5 inches south of

Rosanky. Most rural roads in Bastrop

County were closed through the morning.

Several residents of Smithville were

taken to an evacuation shelter, fearing

that their homes might be flooded.

Caldwell County

Countywide 0 0

As the area of showers and

thunderstorms continued to spread

eastward, the activity moved into

Bastrop, Caldwell, Guadalupe, and

Fayette Counties. The storms left a

general 1 to 2 inch rainfall over the

area, with totals of 3 to 5 inches in

the southern half of Caldwell County of

and up to 6 inches east of Luling. Most

county roads in Caldwell County were

closed due to high water through the

morning and early afternoon.

Guadalupe County

Countywide 0 0

As the area of showers and

thunderstorms continued to spread

eastward, the activity moved into

Bastrop, Caldwell, Guadalupe, and

Fayette Counties. The storms left a

general 1 to 2 inch rainfall over

Guadalupe County, with widespread 4

inch totals in the northern part of the

county and highest amounts between 6

and 8 inches just east of Seguin.

Nearly all low water crossings in

Guadalupe County were closed through

the morning and afternoon. Officials

reported that 15 vehicles were trapped

in high water during the flooding, but

that all occupants were safely rescued.

Nearly 200 homes had sustained some

level of damage in the flooding since

November 16. Several families were

evacuated from their homes in Treasure

Island. In all, about 70 people were

forced to leave their homes due to

flooding.

Fayette County

Countywide 0 0

As the area of showers and

thunderstorms continued to spread

eastward, the activity moved into

Bastrop, Caldwell, Guadalupe, and

Fayette Counties. The storms left a

general 1 to 2 inch rainfall over

Fayette County, with highest totals of

7 inches from Muldoon to LaGrange. Most

secondary roads in the county under

water from morning through mid

afternoon.

TXZ209

0 0

The Colorado River at LaGrange crested

at 41.56 ft at 08000ST on November 23,

where flood stage is 26 ft.

TXZ192

0 0

Onion Creek in Austin at Hwy 183

crested at 23.78 ft at 1115CST on

November 22, where flood stage is 17

ft.

Gonzales County

North Portion 0 0

As the area of showers and

thunderstorms continued to spread

eastward, the activity moved into

Fayette, Gonzales, Lavaca and Lee

Counties. The storms left a general 1

to 2 inch rainfall over the area, with

highest totals in Gonzales County of 5

inches from Harwood to Waelder. SH97,

SH304, FM1115, and FM1296, among many

others, were closed into early

afternoon. Officials reported that a

few homes had minor flooding, but that

no evacuations or rescues were

required.

Lavaca County

Southeast Portion 0 0

As the area of showers and

thunderstorms continued to spread

eastward, the activity moved into

Fayette, Gonzales, Lavaca and Lee

Counties. The storms left a general 1

to 2 inch rainfall across Lavaca

County, with highest totals of 6 inches

near Speaks. FM530 and FM2437 were

closed early morning.

Lee County

Countywide 0 0

As the area of showers and

thunderstorms continued to spread

eastward, the activity moved into

Fayette, Gonzales, Lavaca and Lee

Counties. The storms left a general 1

to 2 inch rainfall over the area, with

highest totals in Lee County of 5

inches near Fedor. FM1624, FM696,

FM112, and FM619 were reported closed

from morning into early afternoon.

TXZ193

0 0

The Colorado River at Smithville

crested at 27.85 ft at 1830CST on

November 23, where flood stage is 20

ft.

TXZ193

0 0

The Colorado River at Bastrop crested

at 31.65 ft at 0730CST on November 23,

where flood stage is 23 ft.

TXZ205

0 0

The San Antonio River near Elmendorf

crested at 50.76 ft at 0730CST on

November 23, where flood stage is 35

ft.

Bexar County

North Portion 0 0

Showers and thunderstorms

re-intensified once again along the

IH35 corridor, producing generally 1 to

2 inch rainfall from Bexar County

northward through Comal and Hays

Counties. Widespread 3 to 5 inch totals

were reported in the northeast corner

of Bexar County with highest rain

totals near 8 in the Schertz area.

Nearly all rural and county roads in

northern Bexar County were closed. At

15000ST, it was reported by Bexar

Emergency Management that more than 60

roads remained closed. The city and

county reported 160 high water rescues,

with as many as 39 in one hour.

Comal County

Countywide 0 0

Showers and thunderstorms

re-intensified once again along the

IH35 corridor, producing generally 1 to

2 inch rainfall from Bexar County

northward through Comal and Hays

Counties. Widespread 3 to 4 in totals

were reported in the southeastern half

of Comal County, with highest amounts

near 7 inches in the extreme south part

of the county, along the

Bexar-Guadalupe-Comal County junction.

All secondary roads in southern third

of Comal county were reported to have

been under water. In fact, so many

roads were flooded that public service

crews ran out of barricades. Officials

reported that approximately two dozen

homes had received some flooding

damage. Several rescues were reported

along FM1863 and FM482. One swift water

rescue crew was responding to a vehicle

stalled in high water. The driver at

first remained with the vehicle, then

decided to abandon it and try to get to

high ground. She was swept away but

managed to catch on to a tree. The

rescue team’s boat was damaged as it

slammed into the tree while moving in

the swift current. Two more swift water

rescue teams from the South Texas

Regional Advisory County for Trauma

(STRAC) were dispatched to rescue the

three and were able to do so. This

event had gone on for nearly 2 hours

and the woman was taken to a hospital

suffering from hypothermia.

Hays County

Countywide 0 0

Showers and thunderstorms

re-intensified once again along the

IH35 corridor, producing generally 1 to

2 inch rainfall from Bexar County

northward through Comal and Hays

Counties. Widespread 3 to 4 in totals

were reported in the western half of

Hays County from Wimberley to

Driftwood. Most county roads were under

water through the morning and early

afternoon.

TXZ206

0 0

The Guadalupe River at New Braunfels

below the Comal crested at 22.17 ft at

14000ST on November 22, where flood

stage is 13 ft.

Travis County

Countywide 0 0

Showers and thunderstorms

re-intensified once again along the

IH35 corridor, producing generally 1 to

2 inch rainfall from Bexar County

northward through Coma] and Hays

Counties into Travis and Williamson

Counties. Highest amounts in Travis

County were near 5 inches in the

southeast part of the county. More than

30 roads were reported closed through

the early afternoon.

Williamson County

East Portion 0 0

Showers and thunderstorms

re-intensified once again along the

IH35 corridor, producing generally 1 to

2 inch rainfall from Bexar County

northward through Comal and Hays

Counties into Travis and Williamson

Counties. Highest rain totals in

Williamson County were near 3 inches in

the extreme eastern portion. Numerous

secondary roads were flooded through

the morning and early afternoon.

TXZ206

0 0

The Comal River at New Braunfels

crested at 22.43 ft at 1330CST on

November 22, where flood stage is 15

ft.

TXZ206

0 0

The Guadalupe River at New Braunfels

above the Comal crested at 16.57 ft at

1430CST on November 22, where flood

stage is 7 ft.

TXZ207

0 0

The Guadalupe River at Seguin crested

at 31.00 ft at 18000ST on November 22,

where flood stage is 19 ft.

TXZ205

0 0

Olmos Creek at Dresden Drive crested at

10.57 ft at 1305CST on November 22,

where flood stage is 9 ft.

TXZ205

0 0

Salado Creek at Loop 13 crested at

27.37 ft at 2030CST on November 22,

where flood stage is 18 ft.

TXZ223

0 0

The Guadalupe River at Gonzales crested

at 43.97 ft at 11000ST on November 23,

where flood stage is 31 ft.

Lavaca County

Northeast Portion 0 0

Persistent showers and thunderstorms

dropped a general 1 inch rain across

northeast Lavaca County. Highest totals

were between 2 and 3 inches near the

Colorado County line. FM532, FM530, and

FM2437 were closed briefly due to high

water.

TXZ205

0 0

Leon Creek at IH 35 crested at 22.92 ft

at 1945CST on November 22, where flood

stage is 15 ft.

TXZ208

0 0

The San Marcos River below Luling

crested at 34.91 ft at 2215CST on

November 22, where flood stage is 20

ft.

TXZ222

0 0

Cibolo Creek near Falls City crested at

34.01 ft at 0445CST on November 23,

where flood stage is 17 ft

TXZ224

0 0

Sandies Creek at Westhoff crested at

22.28 at 0315CST on November 24, where

flood stage is 21 ft.

Travis County

Austin 0 0

Burnet County

South Portion 0 0

Showers and thunderstorms over southern

Bumet County produced between 1 and 2

inches of rain, with up to 3 inches

reported in the Marble Falls area.

Flash flooding closed FM243 and FM1431

during the mid morning.

Bexar County

Northeast Portion 0 0

Showers and thunderstorms with rainfall

rates of up to 3 inches per hour formed

in the early morning hours along the

IH35 corridor from San Antonio through

New Braunfels and San Marcos into the

Austin area. The storms produced a

general 1 inch over the northeast

portion of Bexar County, with up to 4

inches near the intersection of Loop

1604 and IH35. Widespread flash

flooding was reported over the

northeast part of the county, including

many roads closed in and around

Universal City and Converse.

Comal County

Southeast Portion 0 0

Showers and thunderstorms with rainfall

rates of up to 3 inches per hour formed

in the early morning hours along the

IH35 corridor from San Antonio through

New Braunfels and San Marcos into the

Austin area. The storms produced a

general 1 inch over the southeast part

of Comal County, with totals between 3

and 4 inches from New Braunfels to

Selma. Flash flooding was widespread

along the southeast edge of the county.

Among many other roads, FM3009, and

FM1863 were closed due to high water

through the mid morning.

Hays County

Southeast Portion 0 0

Showers and thunderstorms with rainfall

rates of up to 3 inches per hour formed

in the early morning hours along the

IH35 corridor from San Antonio through

New Braunfels and San Marcos into the

Austin area. The storms produced a

general rain of between 1 and 2 inches

in the southeast half of Hays County.

Highest totals were between 3 and 4

inches along the IH35 portion of the

county between San Marcos and Buda.

Flash flooding closed most low water

crossings in southeast Hays County

through the mid morning period,

including SH123, FM150, and FM621.

Travis County

Southeast Portion 0 0

Showers and thunderstorms with rainfall

rates of up to 3 inches per hour formed

in the early morning hours along the

IH35 corridor from San Antonio through

New Braunfels and San Marcos into the

Austin area. The storms produced a

rainfall between 1 and 2 inches in the

southeast half of Travis County,

particularly along the stretch of IH35.

Dozens of low water crossings were

flooded, closing numerous county roads

in southeast Travis County. Among many

roads closed during the late morning

were FM812, FM973, and FM969.

Williamson County

1 NW Taylor 0 0

A member of the public spotted a small

tornado as it dropped to the ground in

open country just northwest of Taylor.

The tornado was small and short-lived

and caused no known damage. It was

rated F0 on the Fujita Scale.

Williamson County

3 NW Round Rock 0 0

Around ten minutes after the report of

a tornado near Taylor, members of the

public reported a second small and

short-lived tornado just northwest of

Round Rock. Again, it was a small

tornado that struck in open country and

lifted back into the thunderstorm very

quickly. No damage was indicated. The

tornado was rated F0 on the Fujita

Scale.

Bastrop County

Cedar Creek 0 0

The Bastrop County Sheriffs Department

reported several trees blown down near

Cedar Creek by severe thunderstorm

winds.

Williamson County

6 N Hutto to 0 0

6.3 N Hutto

A Skywam-trained Amateur Radio Spotter

observed a small tornado as it touched

down north of Hutto about 15 minutes

after the Round Rock tornado. This

tornado was estimated at 30yds wide and

moved toward the northeast for

approximately one quarter mile long

before lifting and dissipating. The

tornado was also rated F0 on the Fujita

Scale.

Fayette County

.3 SW La Grange to 0 0

La Grange

The Fayette County Sheriffs Department

reported that a small tornado had

touched down very briefly in LaGrange

and had knocked over a small structure

on Reynolds St. Minor damage was also

reported to cars and windows of

buildings in the area. The tornado

remained on the ground for

approximately one quarter mile, then

lifted and dissipated. It was rated FO

on the Fujita Scale.

Maverick County

15 N Eagle Pass to 0 0

15.1 N Eagle Pass

Deputies from the Maverick County

Sheriffs Department observed a small

and short-lived tornado as it touched

down very briefly in open country north

of Eagle Pass. The tornado was reported

to be moving toward the east at nearly

45 mph. It was rated F0 on the Fujita

Scale.

Maverick County

Quemado 0 0

Maverick County

18 NE Eagle Pass to 0 0

18.3 NE Eagle Pass

Nearly one hour after the first tornado

sighting, deputies from the Maverick

County Sheriffs Department observed a

second small tornado along US57 in open

country. The tornado was estimated to

be on the ground for about one quarter

mile as it tracked toward the east at

almost 50 miles and hour. No damage was

indicated. The tornado was rated F0 on

the Fujita Scale.

Zavala County

Batesville 0 0

Zavala County

6.1 W La Pryor to 0 0

6 W La Pryor

Deputies from the Zavala County

Sheriffs Department observed a small

and short-lived tornado as it touched

down west of LaPryor in the late

afternoon. The tornado moved briefly

over open country and caused no known

damage. It was rated F0 on the Fujita

Scale.

Maverick County

20 NE Eagle Pass to 0 0

20.5 NE Eagle Pass

About 30 minutes after the first

tornado sighting along US57,

Skywarn-trained spotters from the Eagle

Pass Fire Department reported a second

tornado near the same location. This

tornado was reported to be on the

ground for almost half a mile and was

larger than either of the first two. It

tracked toward the east over open

country at nearly 50 miles an hour. It

was also rated F0 on the Fujita Scale.

Frio County

5 N Pearsall 0 0

TXZ222

0 0

The San Antonio River at Falls City

crested at 20.20 ft at 1545CST on

November 24, where flood stage is 12

ft.

Burnet County

Bertram 0 0

Burnet County

3 SE Bertram 0 0

Deputies from the Burnet County

Sheriffs Department reported that a

small tornado had touched down briefly

in open country east of Bertram. It

moved toward the northeast for about

one tenth of a mile, the lifted and

dissipated. No damage was reported. The

tornado was rated F0 on the Fujita

Scale.

Williamson County

.4 W Jarrell to 0 0

.1 W Jarrell

Two experienced, Skywarn-trained

Amateur Radio Operators observed and

filmed a weak but rather large tornado

near Jarrell. The tornado was estimated

at nearly 400 yards wide and touched

down in open country, it caused only

minor damage to vegetation, suggesting

that it was of generally low strength.

From this information it was rated F0

on the Fujita Scale.

Atascosa County

Pleasanton 0 0

Williamson County

Liberty Hill 0 0

Atascosa County

Poteet 0 0

Zavala County

La Pryor 0 0

Williamson County

2 N Georgetown 0 0

Williamson County

3 W Jarrell 0 0

Williamson County

Hutto 0 0

Skywarn-trained Amateur Radio Operators

observed a small funnel as it dipped

below clouds near Hutto. It quickly

lifted back into the thunderstorm

without touching down.

Williamson County

Leander 0 0

Karnes County

Karnes City 0 0

Karnes County

Kenedy 0 0

Karnes County

.1 W Kenedy to 0 0

Kenedy

The Karnes County Sheriffs Department

reported that a small tornado had

touched down briefly in Kenedy in an

open area. It lifted and dissipated

quickly, causing no damage. The tornado

was rated F0 on the Fujita Scale.

De Witt County

.2 W Yorktown to 0 0

.1 W Yorktown

Skywarn-trained Amateur Radio Operators

from the Yorktown area observed a small

and short-lived tornado as it touched

down near Yorktown. It struck in open

country, then lifted back into the

thunderstorm base and dissipated. No

damage was indicated. The tornado was

rated F0 on the Fujita Scale.

Fayette County

La Grange 0 0

De Witt County

3 N Cuero to 0 0

3.5 N Cuero

Skywarn-trained Amateur Radio Operators

reported that a tornado touched down

north of Cuero, destroying two mobile

homes. The tornado was estimated at 100

yards wide and moved toward the east

along a dissipating. No other damage

was indicated. The tornado was rated Fl

on the Fujita Scale. It was the

strongest and most destructive of the

several tornadoes reported on November

23.

Lavaca County

Sublime to 0 0

.1 NE Sublime

The Lavaca County Sheriff’s Department

reported that a small tornado had

touched down briefly in open country

near Sublime. It caused no known damage

and was rated F0 on the Fujita Scale.

TEXAS, South Panhandle

TXZ021>024- 0 0

027>029-033>036-

390>41

TXZ030 0 0

On Tuesday, November 2, 2004, a

powerful upper level storm system

passed through West Texas. As a result,

the season’s first measurable snowfall

occurred across West Texas mainly along

and west of the Caprock. Locally heavy

snow fell over the southwest portions

of the Panhandle and northwest South

Plains with 8 to 12 inches of snow

reported across Parmer, Castro, and

Lamb Counties including the cities of

Friona, Dimmitt, and Littlefield.

Lubbock generally received from 3 to 5

inches of snow. The heavy wet snow

caused roadways to became snow packed

and icy in many locations.

Additionally, the heavy wet snow

accumulating on trees (many which still

had their leaves) resulted in many

branches down. Some of the downed

branches fell on power lines causing

power outages.

For Lubbock, the earliest measurable

snowfall was in October 1976, when four

inches of snow fell on the 28th. This

is the first measurable snow that

Lubbock has had in November, since

November 7th 2000 when 4 inches was

recorded.

TEXAS, Southeast

Tyler County

Colmesneil 0 0

Tyler County

Woodville 0 0

Hardin County

Honey Is to 0 0 100K 1M

12 NE Kountze

The first tornado of the day touched

down in a rural area of Hardin County,

and mainly travelled through timber

country. Large trees were blown down as

the tornado crossed Highway 69 north of

Kountze was 200 yards wide. It narrowly

missed a Texas Forestry station.

Several homes were damaged from falling

trees.

Jasper County

5 N Jasper 0 0

Hardin County

12 NE Kountze to 1 0 500K

14 NE Kountze

A second tornado touched down in

northeastern Hardin County, was was

witnessed by many people. Residents

could see both tornadoes on the ground

for a brief time. One elderly woman was

killed when several large trees fell on

the mobile home she was in. Between 10

and 20 homes were damaged or destroyed,

mainly near Highway 92 near the

Hardin-Tyler county line. F77MH

Tyler County

4 S Fred to 0 0 100K

6 E Fred

The tornado in Hardin County crossed

into a rural section of Tyler County

near Fred. Many trees and power lines

were downed, and a couple of homes were

damaged from flying debris.

Jasper County

13 SW Kirbyville to 0 0 250K 1M

8 SW Kirbyville

As the tornado moved into rural

sections of Jasper County, it snapped

numerous trees, causing a large loss to

the timber industry. Several homes were

destroyed, but no one was injured.

Jasper County

5 W Kirbyville to 0 0 250K 1M

3 N Kirbyville

A second tornado formed near

Kirbyville, narrowly missing downtown,

but it did hit the community of Bon

Ami. Around 10 to 15 homes were damaged

or destroyed, and another large hit to

the timber industry occurred with many

trees blown down. This tornado crosses

into Newton County.

Newton County

3 NW Bleakwood to 0 0 250K 1M

3 S Newton

The tornado moved across mainly rural

areas of Newton County, but the storm

did destroy or damage between 5 and 10

homes near the Pine Grove community.

The timber industry saw a continued

large loss of income due to trees blown

down.

Newton County

4 S Newton to 0 0 100K

2 SE Newton

A tornado moved across heavily wooded

areas south of Newton, damaging several

homes before weakening near the high

school.

Newton County

4 SE Burkeville to 0 0 50K

6 SE Burkeville

As part of a series of tornadoes, this

one touched down southeast of

Burkeville, blowing down many trees and

damaging several homes before it

crossed the Sabine River into

Louisiana.

Jasper County

Holly Spgs 0 0 10K

A tornado formed near Holly Springs

near Highway 190, just before it

entered Newton County. Trees and power

lines were blown down.

Newton County

3 SW Jamestown to 0 0 25K

2 SW Jamestown

The tornado continued to blow down

trees and power lines near Highway 190

before dissipating.

Newton County

4 SW Burkeville to 0 0 250K

5 E Burkeville

This tornado damaged or destroyed

between 5 and 10 homes south of

Burkeville, and blew down many trees

and power lines.

Tyler County

Woodville 0 0 50K

Widespread trees and power lines were

blown down.

Hardin County

Lumberton 0 0 100K

Many trees and power lines were blown

down. One home was damaged from falling

trees.

Jasper County

Kirbyville 0 0 50K

Trees and power lines were blown down

between Kirbyville and Jasper.

Newton County

Deweyville 0 0 50K

Trees and power lines wre blown down

between Deweyville and Newton.

Orange County

5 W Orange 0 0

Mesonet site recorded a 60 mph wind

gust.

Jefferson County

Groves 0 0 20K

Trees were blown down.

TEXAS, West

TXZ045>046-050- 0 0 0 0

058>060-067

Law enforcement officials and storm

spotters across the Upper Trans Pecos

region of west Texas and the

northwestern Permian Basin reported

between one and three inch snow

accumulations during the morning of the

2nd. The most significant impact

occurred during the pre-dawn hours when

traffic along Interstate 20 between

Pecos and the Interstate 10 junction

was slowed to speeds less then 35 MPH

by snow and ice accumulations. Travel

also was adversely affected along U.S.

Highways 87 and 385, however, no road

closures were reported and no major

accidents resulted from the nuisance

winter weather.

TXZ045 0 0 0 0

Gaines County officials reported four

inch snow accumulations across the

northern portions of the county near

the community of Loop. Although travel

conditions were adversely affected, no

major accidents were reported.

An Election Day winter weather event

resulted in accumulating snowfall over

the Upper Trans Pecos and the

northwestern Permian Basin of West

Texas. One to three inch snow reports

were common, with heavier snow amounts

reported across northern Gaines County.

TXZ258 0 0 0 0

A strong storm system brought a round

of heavy snow to the higher elevations

of the Guadalupe Mountains on the 13th.

Park rangers reported that between four

and six inches of snow had accumulated

at the Guadalupe Mountains National

Park Visitor’s Center near Pine Springs

by 11:00 MST.

Ector County

Odessa 0 0 15K 0

An area of moderate to heavy rainfall

moved over the central Permian Basin of

west Texas during the evening of the

14th. Flash flooding developed in

portions of Odessa and resulted in

stalling of several vehicles. Flood

waters flowed more than one foot deep

at the intersection of 49th and Dixie

Streets. No injuries were reported.

Ector County

Odessa 0 0 30K 0

Flood waters inundated portions of

Eisenhower Street in odessa following a

flash flood event on the morning of the

15th. Photo courtesy: Mark Sterkel–

Odessa American.

Flash flooding resulted in high water

that flowed through several Odessa city

streets during the morning of the 15th.

Stalled vehicles were reported at the

intersection of 42nd and Dixie Streets

and along Business 20. High water also

inundated locations along Eisenhower

and University Streets. No injuries

were reported.

Midland County

Midland 0 0 50K 0

Numerous reports of flash flooding

along streets in Midland were received

during the afternoon hours. Initial

reports indicated that high water

flowing over Carver and Scharbauer

Streets prompted officials to deploy

barricade. By 14:00 CST at least one

vehicle was reported to be stalled in

high water on an Interstate 20 access

road. At 14:15 CST the local broadcast

media reported up to eight inches of

water flowing through Old Lamesa Road

and Florida Street. The Texas

Department of Public Safety

additionally reported that several

traffic accidents were indirectly

related to the flooding and wet

conditions, when several vehicles

hydroplaned off of Interstate 20 and

came to rest in the ditch. No injuries

were reported.

Scurry County

Snyder 0 0 10K 0

Storm spotters and local law

enforcement officials reported flash

flooding in Snyder. At 18:10 CST high

water was reported flowing through the

intersection of College Avenue and 37th

Street at a depth of two feet, and at

least one vehicle was stalled. Several

city streets were closed and barricaded

by local officials due to high water by

19:00 CST. Flood waters slowly receded

in the city streets through the late

evening.

Presidio County

Presidio 0 0 0 0

The U.S. Border Patrol reported flash

flooding along several creeks in

Presidio. Flood waters from the swollen

creeks were reported to inundate

several city streets.

Reagan County

19 NE Stiles 0 0 300K 0

A portion of Farm to Market Road 2600

was destroyed by raging food waters

flowing through the swollen Indian

Creek in northeastern Reagan County on

the 16th. Photo Courtesy: Cathryn

Kessler–Cope Ranch.

Flash flooding along the usually dry

Indian Creek in northeastern Reagan

County caused high water to rush over

portions of Farm to Market Road 2600.

Fire department personnel aided several

motorists in the area that were

stranded by flowing water. Receding

flood waters during the late afternoon

hours revealed extensive damage to

portions of the roadway.

Howard County

7 N Big Spring 0 0 0 0

Local law enforcement officials

reported that high water from flash

flooding resulted in the closure of

Farm to Market Road 2230 north of Big

Spring.

A prolonged period of rainfall over

west Texas resulted in periods of flash

flooding that began late on the 14th

and persisted through the 16th. Records

for November precipitation were set

during the three day period at several

observing sites. In general, rainfall

rates were relatively light. Following

a very wet spring and summer, however,

short bursts of heavy rainfall quickly

resulted in flash flooding over

saturated soils.

Instances of flash flooding were

reported from the Big Bend area of west

Texas northeast across the Permian

Basin. Flash flooding stranded

motorists in parts of the central

Permian Basin on the 15th. A portion of

Farm to Market Road 2600 was destroyed

by flood waters associated with the

swollen Indian Creek in Reagan County.

No injuries were reported during the

extended event.

Andrews County

16 WNW Frankel City 0 0 0 0

Pea to nickel size hail covered the

ground in portions of northwestern

Andrews County.

Gaines County

3 S Seminole to 0 0 0 0

Seminole

Several reports of nickel size hail

were received.

Numerous thunderstorms developed over

the west Texas Upper Trans Pecos and

the Permian Basin late on the 22nd. A

few of these storms became severe and

produced large hail over the

northwestern Permian Basin.

TEXAS, Western North

Wichita County

6 WNW Burkburnett 0 0

TXZ087-090 0 0

Multiple rounds of thunderstorms and

showers during a two-day period on

November 14-16 produced 48-hour

precipitation totals of 2 to 4 inches

over western north Texas and

southwestern Oklahoma.

Two moderate flood crests were

generated along the South Wichita River

in Knox County near Benjamin, TX on

November 15-17. The South Wichita River

initially crested at 15.1 feet, 3.1

feet above flood stage, at 5:00 am CST

on November 18, and remained above

flood stage from 5:00 pm CST on

November 15 to 7:30 pm CST on November

16. More rainfall during the evening of

November 16 generated a lower,

secondary crest at 3 pm on November 17

as the South Wichita River crested at

14.5 feet, or 2.5 feet above flood

stage. During the second event, the

South Wichita River remained above

flood stage from 11:00 pm CST on

November 16 to 2:00 pm CST on November

17.

Minor rural flooding also occurred

along the Little Wichita River in Clay

County near Henrietta, TX on November

18. The Little Wichita River crested at

17.5 feet, 0.5 feet above flood stage,

at 9:30 am CST on November 18, and

remained above flood stage from 6:00 pm

CST on November 17 to 1:00 am CST on

November 19.

Wichita County

Iowa Park 0 0 25K

Flash flooding occurred in western

north Texas in Wichita County during

the evening of November 15. Heavy rains

totaling 3.5-4.5 inches fell during the

morning and afternoon of November 15,

and produced heavy runoff and flash

flooding along North Bell Road and

South Bell Road just northeast and

southeast of Iowa Park, TX. Law

enforcement officials reported that the

high waters stalled and floated a

pickup truck off of North Bell Road,

nearly submerging it in a ditch. The

driver was unhurt.

Archer County

Scotland 0 0

UTAH, East

UTZ027 0 0

A hard freeze occurred with minimum

temperatures in much of the area

ranging from 26 to 32 degrees.

UTZ027 0 0

A storm system began affecting the

lower valleys of extreme east-central

Utah the end of October and produced

widespread snowfall of 3 inches before

moving out of the area.

UTZ022>025-027>029 0 0

A wet weather pattern persisted across

eastern Utah resulting in some

improvement to the long term drought.

Most of the area began the month under

extreme drought conditions. By month’s

end, only a portion of southeast Utah

remained under extreme drought while

the rest of the area improved to severe

drought conditions. Please see the

December 2004 Storm Data publication

for a continuation on this drought

situation.

UTZ028 0 0

An upper level low moved east across

the Four Corners area and produced 5

inches of snow across the majority of

the La Sal & Abajo Mountains in

southeast Utah.

UTZ023-028 0 0

A moist southerly flow ahead of a low

pressure system resulted in 5 to 12

inches of new snow across the mountains

of eastern Utah.

UTZ028 0 0

A Pacific storm system produced 12 to

26 inches of new snow and southwest

winds from 30 to 40 mph across the

mountains of southeast Utah.

UTZ027 0 0

Automated sensors indicated

visibilities of 1/4 mile or less.

UTZ023-025-028 0 0

A powerful storm dumped 12 to 16 inches

of snow across the mountains of eastern

Utah, with local amounts up to 21

inches in the La Sal Mountains of

southeast Utah. Strong winds buffeted

the mountains resulting in blowing snow

and 3 foot drifts. Highway 191 from 10

miles north of Vernal to the Wyoming

state line was closed for a period of

time due to the storm.

UTZ027-029 0 0

A powerful storm system produced 2 to 4

inches of snow across much of the lower

valleys of east-central and southeast

Utah.

UTAH, West and Central

NOT RECEIVED.

VERMONT, North and Central

VTZ003>004- 0 0

006>007-016>017

A strong low pressure system over

northern Maine the morning of Friday,

November 5th moved northeast across the

mouth of the St Lawrence River in

eastern Canada the evening of November

5th. Gusty northwest winds resulted in

upslope snow along the western slopes

of the Green Mountains and across north

central and northeast Vermont. In

Vermont, generally between 2 and 6

inches fell with a few locally higher

amounts in the mountains. Specifically,

a few reports included; the greatest

amount of 8.7 inches in the elevated

town of Sutton (Caledonia county), with

6.5 inches in East Albany (Orleans

county), 4 inches in Eden (Lamoille

county) and 2 inches in East Haven

(Essex county).

Addison County

Cornwall to 0 0

New Haven

A strong cold front moved across

Vermont during the late morning and

early afternoon, and was preceded and

accompanied by thunderstorms, showers

and gusty winds. A few thunderstorms

were severe. A thunderstorm produced

pea size hail with 30 mph winds in

Cornwall … pea size hail with 45 mph

in New Haven with power outages. Power

outages were also reported in Bridport

and Middlebury.

Rutland County

(Rut)Rutland Arpt 0 0 10K

A strong cold front moved across

Vermont during the late morning and

early afternoon, and was preceded and

accompanied by thunderstorms, showers

and gusty winds. A few thunderstorms

were severe. A severe thunderstorm

moved across Rutland county, with wind

gusts measured at 51 knots (59 mph) by

the Rutland AWOS. In addition, trees

and power lines were blown down in the

towns of Clarendon and Shrewsbury.

Washington County

Marshfield to 0 1 20K

Cabot

A strong cold front moved across

Vermont during the early afternoon and

was preceded and accompanied by

thunderstorms, showers and gusty winds.

A few thunderstorms were severe. A

severe thunderstorm moved from

Marshfield to Cabot with damaging

winds. Trees and power lines were blown

down. In Cabot, a woman was blown off a

porch and injured. Also in Cabot, 100

to 200 trees were snapped or uprooted.

One tree fell on and damaged a shed.

Winds were estimated to be between 70

and 100 mph.

VTZ017>018 0 0 6K

A storm system moving from the Great

Lakes into southern Canada combined

with a large high pressure system over

the Canadian Maritimes to produce

strong winds across the area. In

particular, in eastern Chittenden

county, wind gusts were measured at 54

knots (62 mph) in Hanksville and

estimated at 43 knots (50 mph) in

Underhill. A few tree limbs were down.

Meanwhile, in Addison county, winds

gusted to 50 kts (58 mph) in South

Lincoln with trees blown down. In

Moncton, tree branches were blown down.

VTZ003-005>006-008 0 0 4K

A storm system moving from the Great

Lakes into southern Canada combined

with a large high pressure system over

the Canadian Maritimes to produce

strong winds across the area. Winds

gusted from 25 to 45 mph in places

(locally higher where funneled by

terrain such as Pleasant Valley). A few

tree limbs or trees were blown down in

Jeffersonville (Lamoille county) and in

Williston (Chittenden county). In

Waitsfield (Washington county), the

wind gusted to 47 mph. A small tool

shed was overturned in Coventry. Some

power outages were reported across the

area.

VERMONT, South

NONE REPORTED.

VIRGIN ISLANDS

St. Croix County

Countywide 0 0

St. Thomas/St. John

& Islands County

Countywide 0 0

A low pressure are over the Central

Caribbean brought intermittent heavy

rains to the U.S. Virgin Islands to a

period of several days. Flooding of

some roads, homes, and low lying area

was reported across the territory,

especially in St Croix. A large section

of the beach at Bolongo Bay in St

Thomas was washed away by the heavy

rains.

St. Croix County

St. Croix 0 0

Heavy rain was reported at Butler Bay,

5.35 inches of rainfall were recorded

for the 12 hour period ending at 6 am

Monday.

VIZ002 0 0

Street flooding along Mount welcome

Road toward Gallows Bay. Dirt and

debris washed down at Gallows Bay

intersection. Street flooding was

reported in Christiansted during the

morning.

VIRGINIA, East

NONE REPORTED.

VIRGINIA, Extreme Southwest

NONE REPORTED.

VIRGINIA, North

NONE REPORTED.

VIRGINIA, Northwest

NONE REPORTED.

VIRGINIA, Southwest

NONE REPORTED.

WASHINGTON, Norteast

NONE REPORTED.

WASHINGTON, Northwest

WAZ002-009-013 0 0 20K

High winds knocked out power to about

1000 homes, and blew down the framework

for a building in Coupeville.

WAZ002-004>007-

010-015 0 0 100K

Between 2.5 and 5 inches of rain fell

in 24 hours over the lowlands, with 6

to 10 inches in the mountains. Flooding

occurred on the Samish, Stillaguamish,

Bogachiel, Snoqualmie, Nooksack,

Skykomish, Snohomish, Skokomish, and

Tolt rivers. Dozens of roads were

closed cutting off access to local

areas in Skagit and Whatcom counties.

WASHINGTON, Southeast

NONE REPORTED.

WASHINGTON, Southwest

NONE REPORTED.

WEST VIRGINIA, East

NONE REPORTED.

WEST VIRGINIA, North

NONE REPORTED.

WEST VIRGINIA, Southeast

NONE REPORTED.

WEST VIRGINIA, West

WVZ007>008 0 0 20K

Warm frontal rain began near 0000E. The

rain intensified between 0600E and

0830E, as embedded convection

developed. The rain ended after 1000E,

as the warm front lifted north of Mason

and Jackson Counties. The event was

over a 6 to 10 hour time frame. Rain

totals of 2 to 2.5 inches fell across a

narrow southwest to northeast band,

affecting northern Mason County into

portions of southern and central

Jackson County.

In Mason County, roads were flooded by

small streams in the Point Pleasant,

Leon, to New Haven triangle. In Jackson

County, roads around Evans, Ripley, and

north toward Silverton were flooded by

small streams. Streams such as Syramore

Creek and Trace fork were affected. No

significant damage to dwelling occurred

in Mason or Jackson Counties.

WISCONSIN, Northeast

WIZ005 0 0

Snow fell across northern Wisconsin as

a low pressure system moved through the

state on the 27th. Northerly winds

behind the low brought cold air over

the relatively warm waters of Lake

Superior, leading to lake enhanced snow

showers in Vilas county. Most of Vilas

county received in excess of 8 inches

of snow. Highest snowfall totals were

10.5 inches at Phelps and 9.0 inches 3

miles northeast of Manitowish Waters.

WISCONSIN, Northwest

WIZ003>004-009 0 0

Six to almost 14 inches of snow fell

over northern Wisconsin. A low pressure

area moving across the area generated

some of the snow, while the heavier

snowfall in Iron County was also

induced by Lake Superior. Reported

snowfall amounts included around 7

inches from Park Falls to Mellen and

nearly 14″ at Upson and Montreal.

WISCONSIN, Southeast

WIZ065-069>072 0 0

The frist widespread accumulating snow

of the season for parts of

south-central and southeast Wisconsin

occurred on November 30th. Snow totals,

in general, ranged from 2.5 to 4.5

inches, but a NWS co-op observer in

Genoa City in southeast Walworth County

mesaured 5.9 inches. No snow was

reported west of a line from Sheboygan

(Sheboygan Co.) to West Bend

(Washington Co.) to Lake Mills

(Jefferson Co.) to Evansville (Rock

Co.) to Brodhead (Grecen Co.). Spotter

reports indicated that the snowflakes

were rather large–at times up to 3/4

to 1 inch in diameter. Rain was mixed

in with the snow at times near Lake

Michigan. Dozens of vehicle accidents

were reported by newspapers, and travel

times were extended as road surfaces

became slippery. Evening media

newscasts suggested that drivers forgot

how to drive on snow covered, slippery

roads. Specific snow accumulations

include 2.5 inches on the University of

Wiconsin-Milwaukee campus (Milwaukee

Co.), 2.9 inches at a location 4 miles

south of the City of Waukesha (Waukesha

Co.), 3.5 inches in Clinton (Rock Co.),

4.4 inches in Burlington (Racine Co.),

and 4.5 inches in Paddock Lake (Kenosha

Co.).

WISCONSIN, Southwest

NONE REPORTED.

WISCONSIN, West

NONE REPORTED.

WYOMING, Central and West

WYZ015-017>020- 0 0

022-024-026>030

A strong Pacific Storm System dumped 12

to 16 inches across the higher terrain

of central Wyoming. Lower elevations

received 4 to 8 inches of snow. In

Sweetwater County, very strong winds

closed several federal and state

highways as significant areas of

blowing and drifting snow created

white-out conditions.

WYOMING, Extreme Southwest

NOT RECEIVED.

WYOMING, North Central

WYZ098>099 0 0

The month of November was dry across

northern Wyoming with the only snow

event occurring at the end of the

month. The following snow totals were

reported with this system: 8 inches 25W

Sheridan; 9 inches 15S Sheridan.

WYOMING, Northeast

WYZ054>055-058 0 0 0 0

A narrow band of heavy snow fell across

the Gillette area and southwestern

parts of Weston County during the

overnight and morning hours. Most

locations in these areas received

around 6 inches of snow.

WYOMING, Southeast

WYZ069>070 0 0

A rather narrow band of heavy snow fell

over parts of Laramie County with

snowfall amounts as high as 10 to 11

inches reported at Cheyenne, WY.

WYZ069>070 0 0

Heavy snow fell over much of Laramie

County with Cheyenne, Wy. reporting 10

to 11 inches of snowfall. Gusty winds

resulted in some drifting snow

resulting in some road closures.

Location Character of Storm

OREGON, Central and East

ORZ049

Strong Wind

Wind gusts up to 52 MPH one mile north

of Union snapped one to four inch

diameter tree limbs.

OREGON, Northwest

NONE REPORTED.

OREGON, Southeast

NONE REPORTED.

OREGON, Southwest

ORZ027

High Wind (G65)

Strong winds swept into Crater Lake

National Park at around 1930 PST on

11/03/04. Winds were estimated to be

gusting to 65 mph from the northwest.

30 to 40 large trees fell in the Munson

Valley area. Three trees fell on the

the west end roof of the community

center, causing considerable damage.

Trees also fell on the Good-by picnic

area comfort station, one house in

Sleepy Hollow, and and a stone house

that was being rehabilitated as part of

the Science and Learning Center.

No warning was in effect for this

event.

PACIFIC

NOT RECEIVED.

PENNSYLVANIA, Central

Lycoming County

Trout Run Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees

in Trout Run.

Lycoming County

Jersey Shr Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees

in Jersey Shore across Route 44.

Columbia County

Numidia Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees

in Locust Township near Numidia.

Lebanon County

Richland Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees

in Richland on the morning of November

25th. Several trees and large branches

were snapped off, one of which landed

on a house. Another large tree was

uprooted, and one telephone pole was

dislodged.

PAZ058

Flood

Heavy rain over eastern Pennsylvania

caused flooding in Schuylkill County

during the morning of November 28th. A

number of flooded basements and at

least one road closure were noted due

to high water. Small streams and

creeks, along with the Landingville

gage on the Schuylkill River, showed

sharp rises in response to between 2

and 3 inches of rain.

PAZ059

Flood

Heavy rain caused flooding along

Swatara Creek at Harper Tavern. The

creek rose above flood stage of 9.0

feet at 18:30 EST on the 28th, crested

at 9.56 feet at 23:30 EST on the 28th,

then fell back below flood stage at

03:45 EST on the 29th.

PENNSYLVANIA, East

PAZ054>055-

060>062-067>071

Strong Wind

The pressure gradient (difference)

between an intensifying low pressure

system that moved northeast through the

Saint Lawrence Valley and a high

pressure system building east from the

Southern Plains produces strong winds

across Eastern Pennsylvania between 4

a.m. and 3 p.m. EST. Strongest wind

gusts averaged around 45 mph. In

Philadelphia, a towering sign along

Delaware Avenue was damaged by the

wind. The wind snapped a weld at the

first joint about 30 feet above the

ground and the rest of the greater than

100 foot pole was leaning visibly. A

section of a parking lot near the sign

was closed as a precaution.

Peak wind gusts included 46 mph at the

Northeast Philadelphia Airport, 44 mph

at London Grove (Chester County), 43

mph in Mount Pocono (Monroe County), 41

mph at both Doylestown (Bucks County)

and Pottstown (Montgomery County), 39

mph at the Philadelphia International

Airport and 37 mph at the Lehigh Valley

International Airport.

PAZ054>055

Winter Weather/Mix

A wintry mix of snow and freezing rain

fell across the Poconos, especially in

the higher terrain of Carbon and Monroe

Counties. Precipitation started as rain

before sunrise on the 12th, but changed

over to snow around dawn. The snow

ended during the afternoon. But, when

precipitation started again during the

early evening, it fell as freezing

rain. The freezing rain changed back to

snow later that evening and ended

during the early morning of the 13th.

Since the ground was still warm, the

freezing rain mainly accrued to exposed

surfaces such as trees, wires and

bridges. Ice accretions were less than

two-tenths of an inch. Snow accumula-

tions were also on the light side, less

than one inch. This was the first

wintry precipitation event of the fall

and winter season.

A cold front moved through the North-

east on the 11th. A high pressure

system with a fresh supply of cold air

then moved east and reached northern

New England the morning of the 12th.

Another high pressure system followed

quickly behind and reinforced the cold

air near the surface. Meanwhile, a low

pressure system formed on the old cold

front in the lower Mississippi Valley

during the morning of the 11th. It

moved northeast and reached the

southern Appalachians the morning of

the 12th and was just east of Cape Cod

on the morning of the 13th. The low

pressure system brought moisture and

warmer air aloft, while the high

pressure system kept cold air (below

freezing temperatures) locked in at the

surface throughout most of this event.

Northampton County

Nazareth Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A severe thunderstorm pulled down

several trees in Nazareth Township.

Chester County

Kennett Square Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A severe thunderstorm knocked down a

couple of trees and wires in south-

eastern Chester County, mainly near the

Delaware County border. In Kenneth

Square, three spans of power lines and

two poles were knocked down. PECO

Energy reported about 11,000 homes and

businesses lost power in their service

area.

Delaware County

Springfield Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A severe thunderstorm knocked down

trees and wires mainly in eastern

Delaware County. In Springfield

Township, a downed linden tree wrecked

a minivan and punctured a hole in the

roof of the nearby house. PECO Energy

reported about 11,000 homes and

businesses lost power in their service

area, with the greatest concentration

in Delaware County.

Philadelphia County

Philadelphia Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A severe thunderstorm knocked down a

couple of trees and wires in

Philadelphia, mainly near the Delaware

County border. PECO Energy reported

about 11,000 homes and businesses lost

power in their service area.

Montgomery County

Merion Station Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A severe thunderstorm knocked down a

couple of trees and wires in south-

western Montgomery County, mainly near

the Delaware County border. PECO Energy

reported about 11,000 homes and

businesses lost power in their service

area.

Carbon County

Countywide Heavy Rain

Monroe County

Countywide Heavy Rain

A strong cold front and a prolonged

flow from the Gulf of Mexico and nearby

Atlantic produced heavy rain across the

Poconos from around Midnight EST

through 10 a.m. EST on the 28th. Storm

totals of 3 to 4 inches produced

widespread poor drainage flooding. In

Carbon County, several roads were

closed in Lehighton, Franklin Township

and Lower Towamensing Township. Storm

totals included 3.96 inches in Mount

Pocono (Monroe County), 3.92 inches in

Pocono Summit (Monroe County) and 3.12

inches in Lehighton (Carbon County).

The low pressure system driving the

cold front moved northeast from the

central Mississippi Valley the morning

of the 27th, to near Green Bay,

Wisconsin at 7 p.m. EST on the 27th,

western Lake Huron at 7 a.m. EST on the

28th and then through Ontario Province,

Canada during the day on the 28th. Its

associated cold front moved east from

central Indiana at 7 p.m. EST on the

27th to central Ohio at 1 a.m. EST on

the 28th, to western Pennsylvania at 7

a.m. EST on the 28th and into eastern

New Jersey at 1 p.m. EST on the 28th.

The heavy rain ended with the passage

of the cold front. A very deep and

strong southeast to south flow preceded

the cold front. The combination of the

wind direction and speed and upslope

flow helped drop heavy rain across the

Poconos.

PAZ054>055-

060>062-067>071

Strong Wind

A strong southeast flow preceding a

cold front produced strong winds across

Eastern Pennsylvania during the first

half of the day on the 28th. The

combination of strong winds and the

heavy rain knocked down numerous trees

and power lines and caused outages. The

greatest number of outages were

concentrated in the Lehigh Valley. The

strong winds damaged the roof trusses

at the construction site of the new

Forks Township (Northampton County)

firehouse. The electrical and plumbing

work inside the unfinished fire station

was damaged when the trusses fell

inside the building. In Northampton

County, power outages occurred in Wind

Gap, Wilson, Pen Argyl, Plainfield,

Palmer, Raubsville, Lower Saucon and

Upper Mount Bethel. All power was

restored that evening. Elsewhere, in

Kintnersville (Bucks County), a tree

fell on a power substation and caused

about 600 people to lose power. Peak

wind gusts included 39 mph in Mount

Pocono (Monroe County) and at the

Philadelphia International Airport.

The strong southeast winds preceded the

cold frontal passage. The cold front

moved east from central Indiana at 7

p.m. EST on the 27th to central Ohio at

1 a.m. EST on the 28th, to western

Pennsylvania at 7 a.m. EST on the 28th

and into eastern New Jersey at 1 p.m.

EST on the 28th.

PAZ067

Flood

A strong cold front and a prolonged

flow from the Gulf of Mexico and nearby

Atlantic Ocean produced heavy rain

across Chester County from around 2

a.m. EST through 8 a.m. EST on the

28th. Storm totals of 2 to 3 inches

produced widespread poor drainage

flooding and stream and creek flooding.

Fallen leaves exacerbated the poor

drainage flooding. In Downingtown,

flooding along the East Branch of the

Brandywine Creek caused several roads

to be barricaded and closed. The creek

also flooded Johnsontown Park.

No homes were flooded.

The East Branch of the Brandywine Creek

at Downingtown was above its 7 foot

flood stage from 632 a.m. through 352

p.m. EST on the 28th. It crested at

10.63 feet at 1130 a.m. EST. The West

Branch of the Brandywine Creek at Honey

Brook was above its 7 foot flood stage

from 809 a.m. EST through 1151 a.m. EST

on the 28th. It crested at 7.36 feet at

930 a.m. EST. Along the main stem of

the Brandywine Creek at Chadds Ford,

the creek was above its 9 foot flood

stage from 1112 a.m. EST through 1121

p.m. EST. It crested at 10.36 feet at

657 p.m. EST. The Valley Creek at

Valley Forge was above its 7 foot flood

stage from 534 a.m. through 1107 a.m.

EST on the 28th. It crested at 8.44

feet at 815 a.m. EST.

Strom totals included 3.18 inches in

Glenmoore, 2.75 inches in Downingtown

and West Chester, 2.54 inches in Exton

and 1.95 inches in Honey Brook.

The low pressure system driving the

cold front moved northeast from the

central Mississippi Valley the morning

of the 27th, to near Green Bay,

Wisconsin at 7 p.m. EST on the 27th,

western Lake Huron at 7 a.m. EST on the

28th and then through Ontario Province,

Canada during the day on the 28th. Its

associated cold front moved east from

central Indiana at 7 p.m. EST on the

27th to central Ohio at 1 a.m. EST on

the 28th, to western Pennsylvania at 7

a.m. EST on the 28th and into eastern

New Jersey at 1 p.m. EST on the 28th.

The heavy rain ended with the passage

of the cold front. A very deep and

strong southeast to south flow preceded

the cold front and helped drop heavy

rain across Chester County.

PAZ070

Flood

A strong cold front and a prolonged

flow from the Gulf of Mexico and nearby

Atlantic Ocean produced heavy rain

across Delaware County from around

Midnight EST through 9 a.m. EST on the

28th. Storm totals of around 2 inches

produced widespread poor drainage

flooding and stream and creek flooding.

Fallen leaves exacerbated the poor

drainage flooding.

The Brandywine Creek at Chadds Ford was

above its 9 foot flood stage from 1112

a.m. EST through 1121 p.m. EST. It

crested at 10.36 feet at 657 p.m. EST.

The Crum Creek at Newtown Square was

above its 6 foot flood stage from 611

a.m. through 1209 p.m. EST on the 28th.

It crested at 8.18 feet at 9 a.m. EST.

The Chester Creek at Chester was above

its 8 foot flood stage from 645 a.m.

through 1158 a.m. EST on the 28th. It

crested at 10.18 feet at 815 a.m. EST.

The low pressure system driving the

cold front moved northeast from the

central Mississippi Valley the morning

of the 27th, to near Green Bay,

Wisconsin at 7 p.m. EST on the 27th,

western Lake Huron at 7 a.m. EST on the

28th and then through Ontario Province,

Canada during the day on the 28th. Its

associated cold front moved east from

central Indiana at 7 p.m. EST on the

27th to central Ohio at 1 a.m. EST on

the 28th, to western Pennsylvania at 7

a.m. EST on the 28th and into eastern

New Jersey at 1 p.m. EST on the 28th.

The heavy rain ended with the passage

of the cold front. A very deep and

strong southeast to south flow preceded

the cold front and helped drop heavy

rain across Delaware County.

PAZ068

Flood

A strong cold front and a prolonged

flow from the Gulf of Mexico and nearby

Atlantic Ocean produced heavy rain

across Montgomery County from around

Midnight EST through 9 a.m. EST on the

28th. Storm totals of around 2 inches

produced widespread poor drainage

flooding and creek and stream flooding

in Montgomery County. Fallen leaves

exacerbated the poor drainage flooding.

The East Branch of the Perkiomen Creek

at Schwenksville was above its 7 foot

flood stage from 754 a.m. through 532

p.m. EST on the 28th. It crested at

8.96 feet 2 p.m. EST. Along the main

stem of the Perkiomen Creek, at East

Greenville was above its 5 foot flood

stage from 945 a.m. through 136 p.m.

EST on the 28th. It crested at 5.53

feet at 1130 a.m. EST. Farther

downstream, the Perkiomen Creek at

Graterford was above its 11 foot flood

stage from 940 a.m. EST through 614

p.m. EST on the 28th. It crested at

12.58 feet at 230 p.m.EST. The

Manatawny Creek at Pottstown was above

its 6 foot flood stage from 653 a.m.

through 622 p.m. EST on the 28th. It

crested at 7.27 feet at 315 p.m. EST.

Storm totals included 2.48 inches in

Green Lane, 2.27 inches in Palm, 1.91

inches in Hatfield and 1.85 inches in

Pottstown.

The low pressure system driving the

cold front moved northeast from the

central Mississippi Valley the morning

of the 27th, to near Green Bay,

Wisconsin at 7 p.m. EST on the 27th,

western Lake Huron at 7 a.m. EST on the

28th and then through Ontario Province,

Canada during the day on the 28th. Its

associated cold front moved east from

central Indiana at 7 p.m. EST on the

27th to central Ohio at 1 a.m. EST on

the 28th, to western Pennsylvania at 7

a.m. EST on the 28th and into eastern

New Jersey at 1 p.m. EST on the 28th.

The heavy rain ended with the passage

of the cold front. A very deep and

strong southeast to south flow preceded

the cold front and helped drop heavy

rain across Montgomery County.

PAZ060

Flood

A strong cold front and a prolonged

flow from the Gulf of Mexico and nearby

Atlantic Ocean produced heavy rain

across Berks County from around 3 a.m.

EST through 9 a.m. EST on the 28th.

Storm totals averaged around 2 inches

and produced widespread poor drainage

flooding and eventual flooding along

the Manatawny Creek. Fallen leaves

exacerbated the poor drainage flooding.

The Manatawny Creek at Spangville was

above its 7 foot flood stage from 743

a.m. through 523 p.m. EST on the 28th.

It crested at 7.45 feet at Noon EST.

The low pressure system driving the

cold front moved northeast from the

central Mississippi Valley the morning

of the 27th, to near Green Bay,

Wisconsin at 7 p.m. EST on the 27th,

western Lake Huron at 7 a.m. EST on the

28th and then through Ontario Province,

Canada during the day on the 28th. Its

associated cold front moved east from

central Indiana at 7 p.m. EST on the

27th to central Ohio at 1 a.m. EST on

the 28th, to western Pennsylvania at 7

a.m. EST on the 28th and into eastern

New Jersey at 1 p.m. EST on the 28th.

The heavy rain ended with the passage

of the cold front. A very deep and

strong southeast to south flow preceded

the cold front. The combination of the

wind direction and speed and upslope

flow helped drop heavy rain across

Berks County.

PAZ069

Flood

A strong cold front and a prolonged

flow from the Gulf of Mexico and nearby

Atlantic Ocean produced heavy rain

across Bucks County from around

Midnight EST through 10 a.m. EST on the

28th. Storm totals of 2 to 3 inches

produced widespread poor drainage

flooding and creek and stream flooding.

Fallen leaves exacerbated the poor

drainage flooding.

The East Branch of the Perkiomen Creek

at Dublin was above its 5 foot flood

stage from 747 a.m. through 1009 a.m.

EST on the 28th. It crested at 5.44

feet at 900 a.m. EST. The Neshaminy

Creek at Langhorne was above its 9 foot

flood stage from 1129 a.m. through 748

p.m. EST on the 28th. It crested at

10.19 feet at 330 p.m. EST.

Storm totals included 2.78 inches in

Sellersville, 2.67 inches in Fricks,

2.31 inches in Perkasie, 2.13 inches in

Doylestown and Southampton and 2.01

inches in Neshaminy Falls.

The low pressure system driving the

cold front moved northeast from the

central Mississippi Valley the morning

of the 27th, to near Green Bay,

Wisconsin at 7 p.m. EST on the 27th,

western Lake Huron at 7 a.m. EST on the

28th and then through Ontario Province,

Canada during the day on the 28th. Its

associated cold front moved east from

central Indiana at 7 p.m. EST on the

27th to central Ohio at 1 a.m. EST on

the 28th, to western Pennsylvania at 7

a.m. EST on the 28th and into eastern

New Jersey at 1 p.m. EST on the 28th.

The heavy rain ended with the passage

of the cold front. A very deep and

strong southeast to south flow preceded

the cold front and helped drop heavy

rain across Bucks County.

PAZ071

Flood

A strong cold front and a prolonged

flow from the Gulf of Mexico and nearby

Atlantic Ocean produced heavy rain

across Philadelphia from around

Midnight EST through 9 a.m. EST on the

28th. Storm totals of 1 to 2 inches

produced widespread poor drainage

flooding and flooding along some of the

smaller streams within the city. Fallen

leaves exacerbated the poor drainage

flooding.

The Wissahickon Creek at its mouth was

above its 9 foot flood stage from 945

a.m. through 607 p.m. EST on the 28th.

It crested at 5.99 feet at 345 p.m.

EST. The Pennypack Creek at the Rhawn

Street Bridge was above its 7 foot

flood stage from 1038 a.m. through 215

p.m. EST on the 28th. It crested at

7.15 feet at 1 p.m. EST.

Storm totals included 1.81 inches at

the Northeast Philadelphia Airport and

1.41 inches at the Philadelphia

International Airport. Heavier rain

fell upstream in Montgomery County.

The low pressure system driving the

cold front moved northeast from the

central Mississippi Valley the morning

of the 27th, to near Green Bay,

Wisconsin at 7 p.m. EST on the 27th,

western Lake Huron at 7 a.m. EST on the

28th and then through Ontario Province,

Canada during the day on the 28th. Its

associated cold front moved east from

central Indiana at 7 p.m. EST on the

27th to central Ohio at I a.m. EST on

the 28th, to western Pennsylvania at 7

a.m. EST on the 28th and into eastern

New Jersey at 1 p.m. EST on the 28th.

The heavy rain ended with the passage

of the cold front. A very deep and

strong southeast to south flow preceded

the cold front and helped drop heavy

rain across Philadelphia.

PAZ070>071

Astronomical High Tide

The combination of a southeasterly flow

preceding a cold front, spring tides

associated with the full moon and run-

off from the heavy rain produced minor

tidal flooding during the afternoon

high tide on the 28th along the

Delaware River and tidal sections of

its tributaries. The high tide at

Philadelphia’s Pier 12 reached 8.36

feet above mean lower low water. Minor

tidal flooding starts at 8.2 feet above

mean lower low water.

The cold front which had the south-

easterly flow precede it moved from

central Indiana at 7 p.m. EST on the

27th east to central Ohio at 1 a.m. EST

on the 28th, to western Pennsylvania at

7 a.m. EST on the 28th and into eastern

New Jersey at 1 p.m. EST on the 28th.

The wind shift to the west behind the

cold front made this just a one high

tide cycle event.

PAZ061>062

Flood

A strong cold front and a prolonged

flow from the Gulf of Mexico and nearby

Atlantic produced heavy rain across the

Lehigh Valley from around Midnight EST

through 10 a.m. EST on the 28th. Storm

totals of 2 to 3 inches produced

widespread poor drainage flooding and

eventual flooding along the Lehigh

River. Fallen leaves exacerbated the

poor drainage flooding. A 46-year-old

woman drowned on the afternoon of the

28th after the canoe she and her

husband were in capsized along the

swelled Saucon Creek in Lower Saucon

Township (Northampton County). She

became trapped underneath the canoe

while her 50-year-old husband was

thrown clear of it. He was unable to

move toward the canoe as the rapidly

moving creek pinned him in place. It

took dozens of firefighters forty

minutes to rescue him and recover her

body.

In Lehigh County, about seven major

roads were closed including the

intersection of U.S. Route 222 and

Pennsylvania State Route 100 in Upper

Macungie Township and Westbound

Pennsylvania State Route 309 in Upper

Saucon Township. Within Allentown,

flooding along the Little Lehigh Creek

slightly damaged the “Lights in the

Parkway” display. In Northampton

County, flooding along the Lehigh River

closed Lehigh Drive in Easton. Flooding

along the Monocacy Creek closed one

road in Bethlehem City. Also within the

city of Bethlehem, flooding along the

Saucon Creek covered several streets

and overran the pavilions and play

areas within Saucon Park. In Forks

Township, minor flooding occurred along

the Bushkill Creek and it inundated a

102-year-old amusement park.

The Lehigh River at Walnutport was

above its 8 foot flood stage from 245

p.m. through 805 p.m. EST on the 28th.

It crested at 8.38 feet at 445 p.m.

EST. Storm totals included 2.78 inches

at Fork Township and 2.68 inches at the

Lehigh Valley International Airport.

The low pressure system driving the

cold front moved northeast from the

Mississippi Valley the morning of the

27th, to near Green Bay, Wisconsin at

7 p.m. EST on the 27th, western Lake

Huron at 7 a.m. EST on the 28th and

then through Ontario Province, Canada

during the day on the 28th. Its

associated cold front moved east from

central Indiana at 7 p.m. EST on the

27th to central Ohio at 1 a.m. EST on

the 28th, to western Pennsylvania at 7

a.m. EST on the 28th and into eastern

New Jersey at 1 p.m. EST on the 28th.

The heavy rain ended with the passage

of the cold front. A very deep and

strong southeast to south flow preceded

the cold front. The combination of the

wind direction and speed and upslope

flow helped drop heavy rain across the

Lehigh Valley.

PENNSYLVANIA, Northeast

Luzerne County

Harveys Lake to Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Dallas

Thunderstorm winds downed trees and

power lines on Thanksgiving morning.

Hail also fell. About 600 electric

customers were without power.

Lackawanna County

Old Forge Hail (0.75)

A line of thunderstorms dropped 0.75

inch hail on Thanksgiving morning.

Lackawanna County

Carbondale to Thunderstorm Wind (G75)

Archbald

A line of thunderstorms brought strong

winds to the area Thanksgiving morning.

In Archbald a NWS survey team found

straight line storm damage in an area

50 yards wide and 150 yards long. A

small garage collapsed. Shingles were

blown off house roofs. Several trees

were uprooted or snapped. Wires also

were downed. In Carbondale, damage was

similar. Trees and wires were downed. A

swath of hardwood trees 300 yards long

and 100 yards wide at it maximum were

either uprooted or snapped. Close to

1000 electric customers lost power.

Susquehanna County

Clifford to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Uniondale

Thunderstorm winds downed trees in

extreme southeast Susquehanna County on

Thanksgiving morning.

Wayne County

Beach Lake to Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Equinunk

Thunderstorm winds downed trees and

wires in Beach Lake and Equinunk

Thanksgiving morning. The winds also

flipped a trailer in Equinunk. 1,500

electric customers lost power. In

Damascus, one property had 5 trees

uprooted and 8 snapped in half. One

tree crushed a new Toyota Corolla. A

van was also damaged but not crushed.

Two limbs put holes in the roof of the

house. A shed was blown away and an

above ground pool was slightly damaged.

Wayne County

Countywide Flash Flood

A slow moving frontal boundary dropped

2 to 3.5 inches of rain across the

county. The rain started as showers

late on the 27th, and ended the

afternoon of the 28th. Most of the rain

fell the morning of the 28th. This rain

fell on ground already saturated from

recurrent storms including the last one

on the 25th. Road flooding happened in

many locations. Basements were flooded.

Wyoming County

Countywide Flash Flood

A slow moving frontal boundary dropped

1 to 3 inches of rain across the

county. The rain started as showers

late on the 27th, and ended the

afternoon of the 28th. Most of the rain

fell the morning of the 28th. This rain

fell on ground already saturated from

recurrent storms including the last one

on the 25th. Road flooding happened in

many locations. Swale Brook in

Tunkhannock was out of its banks.

Harrison Street in Tunkhannock was

flooded.

Luzerne County

Countywide Flash Flood

A slow moving frontal boundary dropped

1.5 to 3 inches of rain across the

county. The rain started as showers

late on the 27th, and ended the

afternoon of the 28th. Most of the rain

fell the morning of the 28th. This rain

fell on ground already saturated from

recurrent storms including the last one

on the 25th. Flooding closed roads in

many locations, including Wilkes-Barre.

Lackawanna County

Countywide Flash Flood

A slow moving frontal boundary dropped

2 to 3 inches of rain across the

county. The rain started as showers

late on the 27th, and ended the

afternoon of the 28th. Most of the rain

fell the morning of the 28th. This rain

fell on ground already saturated from

recurrent storms including the last one

on the 25th. Road flooding happened in

many locations. The flooding was due to

a variety of reasons including flooded

culverts, storm sewers backing up,

streams out of their banks, and water

collecting in low lying underpasses.

Roads flooded included Olive Street in

Scranton, and North Abington Road,

Routes 6 and 11 all in Clarks Summit.

Basements flooded near Albright Avenue

in Scranton.

Susquehanna County

Countywide Flash Flood

A slow moving frontal boundary dropped

1.5 to 3 inches of rain across the

county. The rain started as showers

late on the 27th, and ended the

afternoon of the 28th. Most of the rain

fell the morning of the 28th. This rain

fell on ground already saturated from

recurrent storms including the last one

on the 25th. Road flooding happened in

many locations. A rock slide occurred

on Route 706 in New Milford. Sections

of Routes 3013 and 3019 were washed

out.

PENNSYLVANIA, Northwest

NONE REPORTED.

PENNSYLVANIA, West

NONE REPORTED.

PUERTO RICO

San Juan And

Vicinity

Carolina Heavy Rain

Road flooding was reported along the

intersection of Campo Rico Avenue and

road 190.

Western Interior

San Sebastian Heavy Rain

River Culebrinas was reported about to

leave its banks over a small bridge

crossing at Barrio Cheneli.

PRZ004

Flood

A persistent upper trough to the west

of Puerto Rico and a extremely moist

low level air mass, brought numerous

showers during the period from November

12-15. On the 12 November rainfall was

already fairly impressive across the

eastern and central interior, although

the northeast quarter of the island

received 1 to 2 inch rains. Reports of

flooding were received from Tea Baja,

along the River Cibuco in Vega Alta.

Moderate to occasionally heavy rains

persisted throughout much of the 12th

under strong north to northeast surface

wins that produced substantial

orographic enhancement over the

foothills and mountains of central and

eastern Puerto Rico. Rainfall intensity

remained fairly low, but the

persistence produced impressive totals

in these areas, with 3 to 6 inches

across a huge swath of central Puerto

Rico through 8 am on 13 November. Flood

warnings were issued Rio Grande De

Arecibo, Rio Grande De Manati, Rio De

La Plata and Rio De Bayamon and

remained in effect for up to two days

in some locations. The high surf and

north winds along the coast hindered

normal discharge of rivers into the

sea, exacerbating the flood situation.

The activity continued to be widespread

and intense on 13 November. Flash Flood

Warnings were isued for 14 northeast

municipalities from Fajardo southwest

to Gurabo and Juncos. Reports of flash

flooding became more numerous

throughout the day and another Flash

Flood Warning was issued for 7

municipalities in the central mountains

in the afternoon. This warning was

extended in the evening as moderate to

heavy rainfall persisted across the

same area. Numerous landslides were

also reported at this time, especially

in Cayey, Aguas Buenas and Naranjito.

Bridges were reported overtopped,

collapsed or washed out in several

locations, including Naranjito,

Orocovis, Morovis, Aguas Buenas, Cidra,

and Utuado. Another Flash Flood Warning

was issued for Dorado and Toa Baja,

primarily in the highly saturated Rio

De La Plata basin during the evening.

24-hour rainfall ending 800 am on 14

November was very similar to the

previous day’s total, with highest

amounts, in excess of 5 inches,

centered in the area around Comerio,

Aibonito and Aguas Buenas. November 14

saw little break in the rainfall

activity as the upper trough remained

stationary to the west of the island

and the very strong and moist northeast

flow continued afvecting showers across

the island. Rainfall intensity remained

moderate throughout much of this event.

Nonetheless, the persistent moderate

rainfall appears to have been ideal for

the production of landslides around the

island. Landslides covered numerous

roads and several damaged or collapsed

bridges were also reported. Around 100

pm on 14 November a landslide in

Adjuntas, Barrio Yahuecas, pushed a

vehicle with three persons into the

River Rio Blanco, causing a 28-year old

man to drown and injuring two young

women. A direct flood death occurred in

Guaynabo around the same time when a

74-year old women was reportedly swept

into the River Rio Guaynabo. Meanwhile,

Flood Warnings remained in effect for

many of the river basins draining the

northern slopes of the central

mountains. The most intense rains on 14

November occurred over the east central

and southeast parts of the island,

prompting a Flash Flood Warning for 10

municipalities in that region. During

the late afternoon overnight hours of

14 November the heaviest rains fell

across the Culebra, Vieques. Flood

Warnings along the Rio Cibuco, Rio De

La Plata, Rio Grande De Manati and Rio

Grande De Arecibo continued into 15

November, as the strong onshore flow

continued to restrict outflow of these

rivers into the Atlantic Ocean.

Rainfall amounts were much less than

previous days however, with only

isolated amounts in excess of one inch

and many locations dry for the first

time in nearly a week. River flooding

from this event was significant but

actually quite ordinary by Puerto Rico

standards and was considerably less

than during Tropical Storm Jeanne in

September 2004. The rainfall and

subsequent flooding was also somewhat

less than occurred in November 2003,

which affected a larger area and had

higher rainfall amounts. M281W, F741W

PRZ001

Heavy Surf/High Surf

Coastal flooding was reported at a

small sector of VaciaTalega in Loiza as

the heavy surf washed over the coastal

road.

PRZ005

Heavy Surf/High Surf

Coastal flooding was reported in the

Cerro Gordo Beach area of the Vega Alta

municipality.

PRZ005

Flood

River Rio Cibuco out of its banks at

Barrio Candelaria, Sector Fatima in

Vega Alta. A small stream was reported

out of its banks along Highway 2,

flooding the entrance to the Vega Alta

Hospital and a nearby school.

PRZ005

Flood

Several roads were reported flooded

along River Cibuco in Vega Alta, Roads

620, 647, 675, 676, 677, 690, and also

road 2. Five people were rescued from

flood waters.

PRZ005

Flood

River Rio Grande de Manati was reported

out of its banks along road 667,

Cachete sector in the municipality of

Manati.

PRZ005

Flood

River Rio Grande de Manati was reported

out of its banks affecting road 667 at

the Cachete sector.

Eastern Interior

Gurabo Heavy Rain

Three homes were reported flooded in

Barrio Campamento.

Eastern Interior

Gurabo Flash Flood

Small stream out of its banks flooded 8

homes in Barrio Campamento.

Eastern Interior

Aguas Buenas Heavy Rain

Tree downed on road 173, km 10.

PRZ005

Flood

Road 123, km. 61.6 was reported closed

due to river being out of banks in the

municipality of Arecibo.

PRZ006-006

Landslide

Landslides were reported along road

152, km. 6.4, and road 813, km. 3.3, in

the municipality of Naranjito.

PRZ002

Flood

River Rio Blanco was reported out of

its banks and flooding road 31 at PR 53

exit in the Nagnabo municipality.

PRZ009

Landslide

Minor landslides and downed trees were

reported in the Utuado municipality.

North Central

Vega Alta Flash Flood

River Rio Cibuco was reported outs of

its banks along road 2 in Barrio

Pueblo, forcing the leana de Gracia

School to be evacuated.

Eastern Interior

Gurabo Flash Flood

Small streams out of their banks along

road 1 at Barrio Alturas de Beatriz.

Central Interior

Aibonito Flash Flood

Small stream out of its banks along

road 924 and at Barrio San Luis.

Eastern Interior

Gurabo Heavy Rain

Gurabo river was reported almost out of

its banks.

PRZ004

Landslide

Landslides were reported at Barrio San

Antonio in Gurabo along roads 175 and

939.

PRZ004

Landslide

Landslide was reported along road 1

towards Aibonito.

PRZ004

Landslide

Landslide was reported in the Alturas

do la Plata neighborhood in the

municipality of Cayey.

PRZ004

Landslide

Landslide affected one home at Barrio

Mamey 1, road 933 in the municipality

of Gurabo.

PRZ004

Landslide

A home patio collapsed or suffered

landslide at Bonneville Heights in

Caguas municipality.

PRZ004-004

Landslide

Landslide reported along road 776, at

Barrio Caonillas in the municipality of

Aibonito.

Northeast

Naguabo Flash Flood

River Fajardo out of its banks at

Quebrada Vuelta between Naguabo and

Ceiba. Several sectors in Naguabo were

flooded, road 31, 192 at Alberto

Colberg, Las Mariana and Las Malangas

due to river Rio Blanco overflowing its

banks. Downed trees and debris blocking

river flow at the bridge.

San Juan And

Vicinity

Carolina Flash Flood

Road 3 flooded at the town entrance.

Flooding in parking lot of Carolina

Coliseum from river 853 and 858

blocked.

PRZ004-004>006-006-

006-006

Flood

River Rio Caguitas out of its banks

near Bonneville Heights in Caguas.

PRZ009

Flood

Lake Caonillas in Utuado was flowing

over emergency spillway.

Eastern Interior

Aguas Buenas Flash Flood

A home was flooded at Barrio

Bayamoncito.

PRZ004

Flood

Water over bridge along route 185 in

Juncos.

PRZ006

Landslide

Landslide was reported in Barrio

Quebrada Grande in the municipality of

Barranquitas.

PRZ009

Landslide

Nine landslides reported at Barrio

Domingo Alonso, Sector Bujosa in

Utuado. Road 612 collapsed.

PRZ004

Flood

Floods were reported in the Los

Santiago’s entrance, along road 780, km

2 hm 1, in the municipality of Comerio.

Eastern Interior

Caguas Flash Flood

Several homes and roads were reported

flooded at Barrio Lenasa, San Salvador

and Mulas.

PRZ006

Flood

A home was reported flooded at Barriada

San Cristobal in Naranjito.

PRZ005-005-005>006-

006 Landslide

Landslide was reported along road 824

in the municipality of Toa Alta. A

bridge collapsed along road 861.

PRZ004-004-006-006

Landslide

Landslide was reported along road 782,

km 2.0 at Barrio Ceiba in the

municipality of Cidra.

PRZ004-004-004

Flood

Bridge collapsed along road 782, at

Barrio Ceiba in Cidra.

PRZ005

Flood

River Rio de la Plata in Dorado

flooding low lying areas of town.

PRZ006

Landslide

Landslides were reported in Naranjito

and Comerio.

PRZ001

Heavy Surf/High Surf

Sea weed and sand washed onto the road

in Ocean Park along the road in front

of Parque Barbosa.

PRZO05

Flood

Small streams out of their banks in

Vega Alta, flooding roads 620 at Sector

Fatima, Barrio Candelero; road 647 at

Barrio Bajura, Sector Ojo de Agua; road

676 at barrio Bajura, old road from

Vega Alta to Vega Baja; road 2 at

Sector Machuchal.

PRZO09

Flood

Lake Caonillas in Utuado was reported

two feet above spillway.

PRZO09

Landslide

Landslide along road 605, Barrio Vivi

Arriba in Utuado.

PRZO06

Landslide

Landslide along road 811, Barrio Cedro

Abajo in Naranjito affecting home.

PRZO05

Flood

Roads 620 and 647 were reported flooded

at Barrio Candelaria in Vega Alta.

North Central

Vega Alta Flash Flood

Highway 2 closed between Vega Alta and

Vega Baja due to river Cibuco over-

flowing its banks.

PRZO06

Landslide

Several landslides were reported in the

Naranjito municipality. Along road 165,

at Guadiana Camino del Centro, Barrio

Lomas, Lomas-Jaguas sector, and Barrio

Achiote.

RHODE ISLAND

RIZ001

High Wind (G50)

Low pressure strengthening off the New

England coast brought strong west winds

to Rhode Island, with gusts of 45 to 55

mph reported in many areas. Gusts esti-

mated as high as 60 mph were reported

in northwest Providence County, which

brought down a large tree in

Woonsocket.

RIZ001>002

Heavy Snow

The first widespread snowfall of the

season affected Rhode Island from the

afternoon of the 12th through midday on

the 13th, as low pressure developed off

the mid Atlantic coast and tracked

southeast of New England.

Many locations throughout the Ocean

State reported snowfall totals between

2 and 5 inches, but totals between 4

and 8 inches were widely observed in

Providence County. Despite this being

the first widespread snowfall of the

season, the storm had little signi-

ficant impact, aside from several minor

accidents.

Officially, the snowfall total at T.F.

Green State Airport in Warwick was 3.8

inches. Other snowfall totals, as

reported by trained spotters, included

8 inches in Burrillville; 7 inches in

Pawtucket, Scituate, Smithfield, and

Johnston; and 6 inches in Cranston,

Rumford, and downtown Providence.

SOUTH CAROLINA, Central

Lexington County

Lexington to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Swansea

SKYWARN spotters reported power outages

in Lexington and a few trees down in

the Swansea area.

Saluda County

6 NE Saluda Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Sheriff reported powerlines down on

U.S. 1 northeast of Saluda.

McCormick County

Me Cormick Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Highway Dept. reported several trees

down in McCormick.

Newberry County

Newberry Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Sheriff reported large branches and

powerlines down.

Aiken County

2 SW Aiken Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

SKYWARN spotters reported trees down

and a trailer overturned in the

Hillview subdivision off hwy 19.

Aiken County

10 NE Aiken Tornado (F0)

Trained spotter did a site survey and

reported an F0 touched down and

uprooted trees at a horse farm on Cooke

Bridge road.

Barnwell County

Barnwell Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Sheriff reported trees down on Lake

Drive.

Fairfield County

1 SW Winnsboro Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Sheriff reported trees down on Pump

House road and Hwy 215 near Monticello

road.

Richland County

5 SE Columbia Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Sheriff reported several trees down on

Bluff road.

Kershaw County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Highway Dept. reported scattered trees

down around county.

Lancaster County

10 SW Elgin Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Sheriff reported trees down on hwy 97

east of Great Falls.

Sumter County

Rembert Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

SKYWARN spotter reported several trees

and powerlines down in the Rembert

area.

Lee County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

EOC reported scattered trees down

around county.

Orangeburg County

Santee Hail (0.75)

SKYWARN spotter reported 3/4 inch hail

in Santee.

Orangeburg County

Santee Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

SKYWARN spotter reported trees down in

Santee area.

Chesterfield County

Patrick Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Sheriff reported several trees down in

the Patrick area.

Sumter County

Sumter Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Emergency Manager reported trees down

and several out-buildings damaged on

south Sumter.

SOUTH CAROLINA, North Coastal

Marlboro County

1 SW Wallace Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Strong winds blew power lines down,

uprooted trees, and blew the roof off a

house.

SOUTH CAROLINA, Northwest

Oconee County

10 SE Walhalla Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees blown down in the Friendship

Community on Campbell Bridge Rd.

Anderson County

8 N Anderson to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

1 N Belton

A few trees blown down from north of

Anderson to north of Belton.

Anderson County

Starr Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

County reported a mobile home and

utility building damaged. A car was

reportedly moved by wind at 1109 Secton

Gin Rd.

Greenwood County

Ninety Six Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Power lines blown down in a subdivision

near highway 34.

SOUTH CAROLINA, Northwest

Laurens County

Waterloo Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A tree and some large limbs blown down

along highway 221.

Union County

2 NW Santuc Tornado (F0)

Storm survey found apparent tornado

northwest of Santuck with some light

wind damage extending to the southeast

from around Carlisle to the Chester

line.

Chester County

15 SW Chester to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

13 SW Chester

Trees blown down along highway 215 and

highway 72 in the southwest part of the

county.

SOUTH CAROLINA, South Coastal

Hampton County

Varnville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees

and power lines along Highway 278.

Colleton County

Ruffin Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees were knocked down on power lines

on Pine Grove Road and Claddy Farm

Road.

Hampton County

Miley Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A tree was knocked down onto a car

resulting in a minor injury.

SOUTH DAKOTA, Central and North

NONE REPORTED.

SOUTH DAKOTA, Southeast

NONE REPORTED.

SOUTH DAKOTA, West

SDZ041

Heavy Snow

A narrow band of heavy snow fell across

southwestern Fall River County during

the overnight and morning hours. A

spotter 15 miles west of Ardmore

measured 10 inches of snow.

TENNESSEE, Central

Lawrence County

Countywide Flash Flood

TDOT reported Brush Creek road in the

western part of the county and Miller

Lane in the northern part had high

water. Schools were let out early at 1

PM as a precautionary measure.

Lewis County

Countywide Flash Flood

TDOT reported numerous roads were under

high water and impassable. Cautionary

signs were out on bridges. Schools were

closed due to flooded roads the next

day on Wednesday December 1.

Maury County

North Portion Flash Flood

TDOT reported some high water was

occurring in the northern part of the

county. Schools were let out early at 1

PM as a precautionary measure.

Wayne County

Countywide Flash Flood

EMA director reported roads along the

Green River and Indian Creek were

flooding. Scattered areas in Wayne

County had some high water on roads.

Schools were let out early at about

1130 AM CST.

Smith County

4 N Carthage Flash Flood

Spotter reported the intersection of

Highway 85 and Turkey Creek Road was

flooded. Ditches and culverts were

spilling water onto roads around the

county.

Davidson County

10 SE Nashville Flash Flood

Davidson County OEM reported the inter-

section of Bell Road and Smith Springs

Road was impassable due to high water

in the Antioch section of Nashville.

Also … the intersection of

Nolensville Road and Culbertson Road

had high water.

Marshall County

Countywide Flash Flood

TDOT said several roads were closed and

impassable. School was let out early.

Rutherford County

Countywide Flash Flood

TDOT reported several roads around the

county had high water. By 330 PM CST

flooding was occurring at Sulphur

Springs road … Buckeye Bottom …

Highway 99 at Mount Pleasant …

Thompson Road and Armstrong Valley.

Bedford County

Bugscuffle Flash Flood

Several roads had high water on them

… mainly at Bugscuffle and off U.S.

Highway 41 A toward Tullahoma.

Warren County

Countywide Flash Flood

TDOT reported several roads had high

water on them around the county.

Wilson County

Countywide Flash Flood

TDOT said that about 30 roads around

the county had high water. A few roads

near the Lebanon Town Square was

blocked off due to the high water. By

330 PM CST … Spring Creek Bridge and

Bluebird Road was closed due to

flooding.

Williamson County

Franklin Flash Flood

Flooding was occurring near the

Franklin area at Southall Road and Old

Hillsboro Road … just west of

Franklin. Flooding was occurring on Del

Rio Pike.

Clay County

Countywide Flash Flood

TDOT said there was high water on all

roads. Road closures were imminent.

Overton County

Countywide Flash Flood

TDOT reported high water everywhere.

Some high water signs were out.

Cumberland County

Crossville Flash Flood

Several low spots were flooded near

Crossville … including Spruce Loop

Road.

Dekalb County

Alexandria Flash Flood

U.S. Highway 70 was down to one lane

becasue of high water near Alexandria.

Schools were closed the following day

on Wednesday Dec. 1.

Jackson County

5 ESE Gainesboro Flash Flood

Blackburn Fork Road and Highway 135 was

flooded.

Pickett County

Countywide Flash Flood

Some roads had high water on them

around the county.

Putnam County

Countywide Flash Flood

High water problems on many roads. Many

streams were out of their banks and

washing out on the roads countywide.

TENNESSEE, East

NONE REPORTED.

TENNESSEE, South Central

Franklin County

Decherd Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

A few trees were blown down by thunder-

storm winds.

Lincoln County

7 NW Fayetteville Flash Flood

Flash flooding was reported with water

covering the road along highway 431.

Lincoln County

Fayetteville Flash Flood

Flash flooding was reported with water

covering two roads with a depth of six

inches noted.

TENNESSEE, West

NONE REPORTED.

TEXAS, Central

Crockett County

10 S Ozona Flash Flood

Texas Department of Transportation had

to close highway 163 and county road

2083 due to water running over these

roads.

Kimble County

14 NE Junction Flash Flood

Water as reported to be 5 feet above

the road surface on ranch road 385.

Coleman County

Coleman Flash Flood

Law enforcement had to close several

streets in the city of Coleman due to

high water.

San Saba County

San Saba Flash Flood

Emergency manager reported that a car

was swept from the road and a water

rescue had to be performed.

Schleicher County

20 NE Eldorado Hail (1.00)

Concho County

Eden Hail (0.88)

Tom Green County

San Angelo Hail (0.75)

Tom Green County

San Angelo Hail (0.88)

Concho County

Paint Rock Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Coleman County

Coleman Hail (0.75)

Coleman County

Coleman Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

30

the city of Coleman.

Coleman County

Santa Anna Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Power lines were blown down in the

Santa Ana area.

Brown County

Bangs Hail (0.75)

Brown County

Bangs Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Brown County

Early Hail (1.50)

Brown County

Blanket Hail (1.75)

Shackelford County

Albany Hail (0.88)

TEXAS, Central Southeast

Galveston County

League City Flash Flood

Widespread street flooding in and

around League City.

Matagorda County

Blessing Flash Flood

Water over the roads in the Oak Hollow

Subdivision.

Matagorda County

Palacios Flash Flood

Flooding in Palacios.

Harris County

Pasadena Tornado (F0)

Minor roof and siding damage, fences

and tree limbs down along Driftwood and

Fairmont Streets. Several billboards

along Fairmont Parkway were damaged.

Harris County

Tomball Tornado (F0)

Minor roof damage to Tomball Middle

School and one nearby home. Several

large trees uprooted at Hirsch and

Turnervine Roads.

San Jacinto County

4 SE Coldspring Flash Flood

FM 222 and Spring Road flooded and

impassable.

Polk County

Moscow Flash Flood

Highway 350 exiting Moscow flooded and

impassable.

Liberty County

Cleveland Flash Flood

Many impassable roads in and around

Cleveland.

Harris County

3 WSW Crosby Tornado (F0)

Tornado downed power lines along

Sheldon Road and Old Highway 90

(Key Map 418X)

Harris County

Aldine Tornado (F1)

Tornado traveled NE with damage repor-

ted from the High Meadows Subdivision

to the intersection of Reality and

Otterbury. MacArthur 9th grade school

suffered significant damage with

westward-facing second story wall

collapsing inward, destroying a row of

lockers. A 40×40 foot brick facade was

ripped from the exterior wall with

interior debris littering a nearby

soccer field. Several collapsed garage

awnings and downed large tree limbs in

the High Meadows Subdivision. Two local

auto supply stores had damage with

their rooftop air conditioning units

and satellite dishes blown off.

Harris County

3.5 NE Taylor Lake Vlg Heavy Rain-

Jackson County

Countywide Flash Flood

Widespread major flooding in Edna and

Ganado with aerial rescues. Only

Ganado’s main street passable. 79 homes

and businesses received minor or major

flood damage with 56 of these

facilities in Ganado.

Wharton County

Countywide Flash Flood

Widespread major flooding with evacua-

tions in Louise with more than 200 El

Campo residents being rescued by boat

or high-water vehicles. Numerous roads

(including two sections of Highway 59

between Wharton and El Campo and

between El Campo and the Jackson County

line) and bridges were flooded and

impassable. Countywide, 59 homes

sustained major damage and 225 homes

received minor damage.

Austin County

Bellville Flash Flood

Flooding on Highway 36 in Bellville.

Chambers County

Mont Belvieu Funnel Cloud

Harris County

Pasadena Tornado (F0)

Power pole down at intersection of Red

Bluff and Tammer Roads.

Harris County

South Houston Funnel Cloud

Funnel sighted between Ellington Field

and Deer Park.

Waller County

Brookshire Funnel Cloud

Funnel sighted at Interstate 10 and FM

1489.

Austin County

Bellville Flash Flood

Several roads under water near

Bellville.

Colorado County

Countywide Flash Flood

Several county roads closed due to

flooding.

Brazos County

East Portion Flash Flood

Water covered dozens of roads along and

near the Navasota River in rural

portions of the county.

Harris County

Westfield Flash Flood

Flooding reported between the

Interstate 45 northbound feeder and FM

1960. Clay Road covered with a foot and

a half of water and impassable.

Wharton County

El Campo Flash Flood

Town streets flooded.

Harris County

Jersey Village Tornado (F0)

Tornado spotted moving NE at 15 mph

near Highways 529 and 290.

Harris County

Houston Tornado (F0)

Tornado was spotted by public who also

heard the tornado-associated train

sounds at intersection of West Road and

West Mont Houston at Interstate 45

North.

Fort Bend County

3 SE Clodine Flash Flood

Flooding in Mission Bend Subdivision.

Harris County

Addicks Flash Flood

Water covered road at Interstate 10

feeder road at Highway 6.

Montgomery County

1 E Cut And Shoot Tornado (F0)

Trees and signs down on Highway 105.

Building and roof damage to local area

flea market and surrounding residences.

Polk County

Lake Livingston Dam Tornado (F0)

Waterspout came ashore on cast shore of

Lake Livingston.

San Jacinto County

1 N Lake Livingston D Tornado (F0)

Tornado spotted just north of the dam.

Harris County

Baytown Thunderstorm Wind(G60)

At least 11 trees uprooted across town

with damaged traffic light fixtures.

Report of trees down on carports with

vehicle damage.

Chambers County

Anahuac Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Tree on carport with damage to two

vehicles. Storage building had roof

damage. Four power poles on Poskey Road

were snapped.

Madison County

Midway Hail (1.75)

Washington County

Brenham Hail (1.75)

Washington County

Brenham Hail (0.75)

Trinity County

12 E Groveton Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Trees and power lines down in the

Trevat area.

Galveston County

Galveston Scholes F1 Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Measured at Scholes Field with no

damage.

Polk County

3 W Livingston Funnel Cloud

Funnel sighted near the intersection of

Highways 190 and 350 near Highway 59.

Houston County

Crockett Hail (0.88)

3/4 to 7/8 inch hail in Crockett.

Washington County

Brenham Tornado (F0)

Downed trees with residential and

vehicle damage.

Trinity County

4 N Trinity Funnel Cloud

Liberty County

7 SW Liberty Tornado (F0)

Grimes County

Todd Mission Tornado (F0)

Montgomery County

1 N Montgomery Tornado (F0)

Reports of a couple of trees down at

Highways 1097 and 149.

Montgomery County

Willis Tornado (F0)

One tree down on Highway 1097 in

Willis.

Harris County

5 S Spring Funnel Cloud

Sighted between Spring and

Intercontinental Airport.

San Jacinto County

10 SW Coldspring Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Tree down at intersection of Highways

3081 and 725.

Montgomery County

Willis Hail (1.50)

Grimes County

5 NW Anderson Flash Flood

FM 244 south of Highway 30 closed due

to flooding.

Walker County

12 NW Huntsville Flash Flood

Road closed due to flooding at inter-

section of FM 2989 and Interstate 45

feeder road.

Trinity County

Trinity Flash Flood

FM 2262 at Alabama Creek in Trinity

closed due to flooding.

Trinity County

4 E Apple Spgs Hail (0.88)

Burleson County

5 E Caldwell Hail (0.75)

Washington County

3 NNW Gay Hill Hail (0.75)

Brazos County

Bryan Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Tree down on car.

Madison County

7 W Madisonville Hail (1.75)

Grimes County

4 E Navasota Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Barn destroyed.

Jackson County

Morales Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Tree down on residential home roof.

Austin County

Cat Spg Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Tree down on home in Cat Spring.

Wharton County

5 NW Wharton Tornado (F0)

Four homes were damaged in the Spanish

Camp area near the intersection of FM

1161 and FM 640.

Waller County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Barn damaged in Monaville, power lines

snapped in Waller and Hempstead.

Trinity County

Trinity Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Power line and tree down at intersec-

tion of J.B. Price and Evans Roads with

part of a barn destroyed.

Walker County

Crabbs Prairie Hail (0.75)

Waller County

6 ESE Monavilte Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Power poles snapped at intersection of

FM 362 and FM 529.

Wharton County

Glen Flora Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Trees and power lines down, along with

damaged barns, in the the towns of

Eygpt, Glen Flora, Hungerford, and

Wharton.

Waller County

1 S Hempstead Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Tree down.

Montgomery County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Numerous trees down across county.

Harris County

10 S Cypress Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Trees and power lines down at the

intersection of FM 529 and Highway 6.

Trinity County

5 SE Apple Spgs to Tornado (F2)

7 SE Apple Spgs

Seven hunters in the Davy Crockett

National Forest were stranded and their

vehicles to ninety percent severely

damaged. Seventy of trees in path

felled or damaged.

Fort Bend County

8 W Sugarland Tornado (F0)

Tree down.

Liberty County

Liberty Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Damage to retail store, several cars in

parking lot also damaged.

Polk County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Numerous power lines and trees down.

Matagorda County

Palacios Hail (0.75)

Brazoria County

Alvin Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Tree down on power line.

Harris County

Pasadena Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Numerous power lines down.

Liberty County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Numerous trees down countywide. Metal

building damaged along with fire

station’s communications tower toppled

in Cleveland.

Galveston County

League City Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Windows blown out of residential homes,

roof damage, trees, and fences blown

down. Power lines and signs also down.

Chambers County

Winnie Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Restaurant and homes damaged.

Polk County

7 WNW Livingston Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Building damage with power lines down

in the Indian Hills Subdivision along

FM 2457 near Lake Livingston.

Montgomery County

The Woodlands Hail (1.75)

TEXAS, Extreme West

NONE REPORTED.

TEXAS, Mid–South

Goliad County

North Central Portion Flash Flood

See episode narrative below for

additional details and rainfall totals.

Victoria County

Countywide Flash Flood

See episode narrative below for

additional details and rainfall totals.

TEXAS, Mid–South

Victoria County

Victoria Hail (0.75)

Victoria County

3 W Dacosta to Tornado (Fl)

1 W Dacosta

A NWS survey concluded an HP supercell

produced a tornado in the Hidden Valley

subdivision, just west of Docasta and

approximately 6 miles southeast of

Victoria. The tornado damaged several

homes and destoyed two sheds. Debris

from the subdivision was blown about

one mile downwind.

Victoria County

1 E Victoria to Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

1 SE Victoria

Goliad County

North Central Portion Flash Flood

Victoria County

Countywide Flash Flood

See episode narrative below for

additional details and rainfall totals.

A significant heavy rainfall event

occurred across Goliad and Victoria

Counties on November 20-21, 2004. Up to

15 inches of rainfall was observed over

northern Goliad County which resulted

in Flash Flooding along Perdido,

Coleto, and Spring Creeks. Flooding

along the Garcitas Creek and Guadalupe

River also resulted from this signifi-

cant rainfall. Several high water

rescues were performed as motorists

attemped to cross flooded roadways.

Strong thunderstorms erupted along a

nearly stationary frontal boundary that

extended across south Texas from near

Cotulla to Three Rivers and Victoria

Saturday evening (Nov 20). Moist,

southerly winds off the Gulf of Mexico

in the lower levels of the atmosphere

fueled the storms along the front.

Meanwhile, in the middle to upper level

portions of the atmosphere, winds were

nearly parallel to the frontal boundary

out of the southwest. This combination

caused thunderstorms to regenerate and

train over the same areas Saturday

evening through early afternoon on

Sunday.

In all, doppler radar estimated 10 to

15 inches of rain fell in an 18 hour

period beginning Saturday afternoon

across northern Goliad County from

Charco cast to Schroeder and near

Coletto Creek Reservoir. This was con-

firmed by reliable rain gauge reports

north of Goliad. In addition, rainfall

totals across portions of northwest and

central Victoria County reached 5 to 10

inches during this period. Emergency

management in both counties reported

widespread, major flooding problems

with numerous road closers. Several

motorists were rescued as they became

stranded in rising water. County offi-

cials and a NWS Storm Survey reported

that several homes were flooded and

some bridges across northeast Goliad

County were washed out by severe flood

waters.

This rainfall led to daily rainfall

records on the 20th and 21st at the

Victoria Regional Airport. The rainfall

also pushed monthly rainfall totals

over the all time November record and

also pushed the 2004 yearly total over

the all time yearly record.

The following are observed totals from

cooperative and volunteer NWS observers

as well as the Victoria Regional ASOS

during this episode, occuring from the

late afternoon on Nov 20th through the

morning of Nov 21st:

Weesatche 3 mi S: 12.69″

Victoria Regional ASOS: 9.32″

Victoria Tanglewood Subdivision: 8.85″

Inez 8 mi WNW: 5.81″

Victoria Fire Dept: 6.75″

Coleto Creek Reservoir: 4.08″

Goliad: 1.19″

Victoria County

Victoria Flash Flood

One to two inches of rainfall fell in

about one hour over very saturated

grounds in the city of Victoria. Flash

flooding of numerous streets throughout

the city was observed resulting in

several stalled cars in high water. The

Victoria Regional Airport recorded

1.56″ of rain during this event.

Goliad County

Charco Hail (0.75)

Victoria County

Mission Vly Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Spotters reported wind damage in the

Mission Valley area, including larger

tree limbs down.

Bee County

1 S Beeville Hail (1.00)

Victoria County

Victoria Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Law enforcement reported wind damage,

including trees down.

Goliad County

1 S Goliad Hail (1.75)

Victoria County

Victoria Thunderstorm Wind (G56)

Measured gust by local t.v. weathemet

station at Detar Hospital. Large tree

limbs reported down across north side

of Victoria. Power outages throughout

the county were also reported by

spotter.

Duval County

8 E Benavides Hail (1.00)

Duval County

8 E Freer Hail (1.00)

San Patricio County

Mathis Hail (1.00)

Refugio County

8 NW Refugio Hail (0.75)

Reported by county sheriff along

Highway 183 near the Refugio and Goliad

county line.

Victoria County

Northeast Portion Flash Flood

Trained spotter reported several low

lying secondary roads had water running

over them in the northeast portion of

the county. County Road 444 one mile

northwest of Inez had two feet of water

over the road.

Jim Wells County

Ben Bolt Hail (2.75)

County sheriff deputy reported broken

windshield by hail.

Calhoun County

5 NW Port Lavaca Hail (0.75)

Reported by sheriff in the Six Mile

area.

San Patricio County

.5 S Odem Hail (0.75)

TEXAS, North

Palo Pinto County

7 WNW Graford Hail (0.88)

Young County

Graham Flash Flood

A road across a small creek near Graham

was closed due to high water.

Bell County

Nolanville Flash Flood

Water was over a bridge in the

Nolanville area.

Lampasas County

5 N Lampasas Flash Flood

Little Lucy Creek was flooding. High

water was over east FM 581 and County

Road 3500. Numerous county roads and

low water crossings around Lampasas

were flooded.

Coryell County

Gatesville Flash Flood

Roads were barricaded at Gatesville and

Bee House.

Bell County

Countywide Flash Flood

Numerous roads and low water crossings

were closed due to high water.

Bosque County

Crantills Gap Flash Flood

Some flooding was reported on Highway

22.

McLennan County

Crawford Flash Flood

Several roads in the area were closed

due to high water. A bridge over Wasp

Creek south of Crawford was washed out.

Bell County

Nolanville Flash Flood

Water was over a bridge in the

Nolanville area.

McLennan County

Hewitt Flash Flood

Widespread street flooding occurred

from heavy rain.

Denton County

Denton Flash Flood

Creeks and streams were reported out of

banks with water flowing very fast.

Falls County

10 N Marlin Hail (1.75)

Navarro County

Richland Hail (1.00)

Freestone County

Streetman Hail (1.00)

Coryell County

9 S Gatesville Hail (0.75)

Occurred at Flat.

Bosque County

9 E Clifton Hail (1.75)

Milam County

Cameron Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A tree was blown over and took out a

utility pole and some powerlines.

Henderson County

1 W Payne Springs Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A metal building was destroyed by high

winds.

Robertson County

1 S Hearne Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Metal buildings were blown down by high

winds.

Robertson County

1 W Hearne Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A barn was blown down by high winds.

Dallas County

Grand Prairie to Thunderstorm Wind (G66)

Dallas

A severe thunderstorm produced damage

from the east side of Grand Prairie,

north northeast across eastern Irving

and into west Dallas. At 105 pm Dallas

Love Field had measured wind gusts to

76 mph, with estimates as high as near

100 mph across Grand Prairie and

Irving. Three tractor-trailer rigs were

blown over on Interstate 30, and parts

of Loop 12 near Texas Stadium were

closed for a while because of downed

powerlines across the lanes. Several

businesses in Grand Prairie sustained

structural damage. A motel on the

Stemmons Freeway in Dallas had 12 units

unroofed, and one new automobile

dealership had over 100,000 dollars

damage.

Leon County

1 SW Marquez Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A large tree was blown down onto

Highway 79.

Bell County

1 S Salado to Hail (0.88)

2 S Salado

Comanche County

1 W De Leon Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Comanche County

6 NW De Leon Hail (1.00)

Bell County

Salado Hail (0.88)

Eastland County

Rising Star Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

High winds caused roof damage and

downed trees.

Hamilton County

8 NE Olin Hail (0.75)

Bosque County

3 W Meridian Hail (1.75)

Bell County

Holland Hail (1.00)

Nickle to quarter size hail was

reported.

Bell County

10 SW Temple Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A bus stop building in Bartlett was

blown down.

Bell County

Holland Hail (2.75)

Bell County

Rogers Hail (0.88)

McLennan County

Hewitt Hail (1.50)

Milam County

Cameron Hail (2.75)

Bell County

8 SE Holland Tornado (F0)

Structural damage was reported to a

house and a building on FM 487 east of

Bartlett.

Robertson County

5 E Hearne Flash Flood

A bridge on Highway 395 was under

water.

TEXAS, North Panhandle

TXZ011>012-016>017

Heavy Snow

A vigorous low pressure system in the

upper atmosphere over southwest Texas

moved northeast toward the southern

Texas panhandle while a very cold air

mass remained in place. Heavy snowfall

occurred across the southwest and

south-central Texas panhandle where

Amarillo reported eight to nine inches

… Vega reported eight inches … and

six to seven inches fell in Canyon and

six to seven inches fell in Canyon and

hereford.

TXZ013-018

Heavy Snow

A low pressure system in the upper

atmosphere approaching the southern

Texas panhandle combined with very cold

air mass at the surface produced heavy

snow across the southern Texas pan-

handle. Six to seven inches of snow

fell southwest of Panhandle while seven

inches of snow occurred in Claude.

TXZ001-006>007-

011>012-016>017

Heavy Snow

A low pressure system in the upper

atmosphere over the southwestern states

approached the Texas panhandle while

cold and moist air pushed south and

southwest into the Texas panhandle.

Heavy snow fell across mainly the

western and central sections of the

Texas panhandle where Dalhart and

Charming reported four inches …

Masterson and Dumas reported four

inches … Amarillo and five miles

northwest of Amarillo reported four to

five inches … Vega reported five to

six inches … northwest and north of

Dawn reported four inches … and the

southern part of Amarillo reported four

inches.

TXZ001

Heavy Snow

The combination of a strong cold front

moving south across the Texas panhandle

and an approaching low pressure system

in the upper atmosphere from the south-

western states produced heavy snow

across the extreme northwestern Texas

panhandle. Four miles southeast of

Texline reported four inches of snow on

the ground.

TXZ001>003-006>008

Heavy Snow

A strong low pressure system in the

upper atmosphere tracked east out of

southern California and across the

southwest states into west Texas. A

cold front pushed southeast across the

Texas panhandle ushering in very cold

air at the surface. Heavy snowfall

occurred mainly across the northwest

and central Texas panhandle. Six to

eight inches of snow fell in Charming

… six inches of snow fell in Spearman

… and four inches of snow occurred in

Stratford … Dumas and Sunray …

Stinnett … and southeast of Texline.

TXZ004-011>012

Heavy Snow

A low pressure system in the upper

atmosphere approaching the Texas

panhandle from the west combined with

cold air at the surface to generate

heavy snowfall across the northeast and

southwestern Texas panhandle. Four to

five inches of snow fell at Waka in

Ochiltree county and four inches of

snow was reported at Boys Ranch in

Oldham county and also five miles south

of Masterson on U.S. Highway 289 in

rural Potter county.

TEXAS, Northeast

Angelina County

Lufkin Flash Flood

High water across FM 324 and FM 819

southwest of town

Angelina County

Lufkin Flash Flood

High water caused several cars to

stall. High water also reported across

FM 2497 just west of Burke.

Nacogdoches County

2 W Nacogdoches Flash Flood

High water across FM 225 and State Road

7 was flooded. CR Gravel Ridge and CR

302 washed out.

Red River County

Clarksville Hail (1.25)

Angelina County

Lufkin Flash Flood

Several roads under water across the

city.

San Augustine

County

San Augustine Thunderstorm Wind (G56)

Trees downed.

TEXAS, South

Jim Hogg County

4 SW Hebbronville Hail (1.50)

Jim Hogg County

3 S Hebbronville Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

A cluster of severe thunderstorms pro-

duced golf ball size hail and damaging

winds in and just south of

Hebbronville.

TEXAS, South Central

Blanco County

Johnson City to Flash Flood

Blanco

Showers and thunderstorms through the

late evening produced general 1 inch

totals across the central part of

Blanco County. Highest amounts ap-

proached 3 inches between Johnson City

and Blanco. Numerous rural roads were

closed due to flash flooding, including

FM2766 and FM 165.

Travis County

Austin Flash Flood

The Austin media reported that flash

flooding had developed shortly after

midnight as a general 1 inch rain fell

over the city. Some parts of the city

received up to 2 inches.

Travis County

Austin Flash Flood

The Austin media reported that flash

flooding had redeveloped just prior to

sunrise over parts of Austin, including

Lakewood Dr. At Bull Creek. Other

problems were reported at Spicewood

Springs, along Capitol of Texas

Highway, FM535, and north-bound Mopac

Expressway near Steck Ave.

Hays County

San Marcos Flash Flood

The Blanco River rose to above bankfull

stage late on the evening of November

14, but remained below flood stage. Two

people attempted to drive through a low

water crossing on Post Oak Road where

the Blanco River crosses just south of

Kyle. The car was swept into the river

and washed downstream. The man was

rescued after catching on to a tree.

The woman also caught on to a tree but

lost her grip and was swept away and

drowned. F24VE

Val Verde County

Southeast Portion Flash Flood

General 1 inch rainfall over the north-

west part of Edwards County and the

southeast part of Val Verde County

during the late evening hours. The

highest totals were near 3 inches in

the extreme northwest comer of Edwards

County and near Del Rio. Several roads

in the southeast part of Val Verde

County were closed due to flash

flooding shortly after midnight.

Edwards County

Northwest Portion Flash Flood

General 1 inch rainfall over the

northwest part of Edwards County and

the southeast part of Val Verde County

during the late evening hours. The

highest totals were near 3 inches in

the extreme northwest comer of Edwards

County and near Del Rio. This rainfall

caused widespread flash flooding. SH55

was closed northwest of Rocksprings and

US377 was closed at the South Llano

River crossing.

Val Verde County

East Portion Flash Flood

Showers and thunderstorms redeveloped

during the early morning hours of the

16th, producing a general 1 inch

rainfall over the eastern half of the

county. Highest rain totals were near 4

inches near Del Rio as well as in the

extreme northeast part of the county.

FM 189 was closed northeast of June

through the afternoon and evening.

Edwards County

East Portion Flash Flood

Slow-moving showers and thunderstorms

formed in the late morning from eastern

Edwards County across much of Real

County. General 1 inch rainfall was

indicated across the two county area,

with highest totals of up to 4 inches

along both sides of the Edwards-Real

County line. US55 and FM335 were closed

due to flash flooding through the

remainder of the afternoon and evening.

Real County

Countywide Flash Flood

Slow-moving showers and thunderstorms

formed in the late morning from eastern

Edwards County across much of Real

County. General 1 inch rainfall was

indicated across the two county area,

with highest totals of up to 4 inches

along both sides of the Edwards-Real

County line. SH41 and FM335 were

reported under water through the after-

noon and evening.

Uvalde County

Countywide Flash Flood

The showers and thunderstorms from

Edwards and Real Counties spread south

and east into Bandera and Uvalde

Counties. Again, general 1 inch rain

amounts were indicated, with highest

totals near 3 inches just north and

west of Concan. At 2130CST, the Uvalde

Sheriffs Department reported all roads

in western Uvalde County were closed

except for US90.

Bandera County

Countywide Flash Flood

The showers and thunderstorms from

Edwards and Real Counties spread south

and east into Bandera and Uvalde

Counties. Flooding began in the western

part of Bandera County near 1430 CST,

spreading across the county into the

eastern parts near 2000CST. General

rainfall averages were around 1 inch.

Highest totals in the west were 2

inches near Vanderpool and highest

totals in the east were 5 inches just

southeast of Pipe Creek. In the west,

FM 187 was closed through the after-

noon. In the east, nearly all the roads

except for SH16 were closed through the

evening of the 16th and the early

morning of the 17th.

Kerr County

East Portion Flash Flood

Storms produced a general rainfall of 1

inch across the eastern half of Kerr

County during the early afternoon.

Highest amounts were 3 inches near

Center Point. FM480 was closed due to

high water for much of the late after-

noon and evening.

TXZ183

Flood

The Devils River at Cauthorn Ranch near

Juno crested at 10.38 ft at 1500CST on

November 17, where flood stage is 5 ft

Travis County

1 W Beecaves to Tornado (F0)

.5 W Beecaves

A small tornado was observed just west

of the intersection of Loop 360 and

FM2244 near Bee Cave. The tornado

struck in a wooded area and damaged

several trees before lifting and dis-

sipating.

Kinney County

Countywide Flash Flood

The showers and thunderstorms from

Edwards, Uvalde and Bandera Counties

continued to spread southward into

Kinney, Frio and Medina Counties

through the afternoon. In Kinney

County, storms dropped a general 1 inch

rainfall, with up to 3 inches in the

area from Brackettville to Spofford.

The Kinney County Sheriffs Department

reported that nearly all roads in the

county except for US90 were closed

through the late afternoon and early

evening.

Frio County

East Portion Flash Flood

The showers and thunderstorms from

Edwards, Uvalde and Bandera Counties

continued to spread southward into

Kinney, Frio and Medina Counties

through the afternoon. The storms in

Frio County fell heaviest in the

eastern half where between 1 and 3 inch

totals were prevalent. Up to 5 inches

was reported along the Atascosa County

Co line. FM462, FM472, FM140, and

FM2779 closed through the afternoon and

evening.

Medina County

East Portion Flash Flood

The showers and thunderstorms from

Edwards, Uvalde and Bandera Counties

continued to spread southward into

Kinney, Frio and Medina Counties

through the afternoon. These storms

produced between 1 and 3 inch rainfall

over the eastern half of Medina County.

Highest totals were near 5 inches

between Castroville to Natalia. FM471,

SH132, Sh173, FM2200 were closed

through the afternoon and evening. The

Medina County Sheriffs Department

reported pulling three people out of a

flooded car near LaCoste around

2000CST.

Atascosa County

Countywide Flash Flood

The showers and thunderstorms continue

to spread east and south, moving into

Atascosa County in the mid afternoon.

They left a general 1 inch rainfall

over the county, with highest totals of

up to 5 inches near Lytle. FM476,

FM2504, and SH 173 closed through the

afternoon and evening

Bexar County

Countywide Flash Flood

As the storms moved into Bexar County,

they spread a general rainfall of 1

inch across the county. Highest amounts

were 6 inches southwest of Von Ormy.

FM471 and FM476 closed from afternoon

into early morning. Around 10 pm on the

evening of November 16, a woman attemp-

ted to cross a flooded low bridge over

Leon Creek on foot in northwest San

Antonio, near the intersection of

Ingram and Wurzbach. She was warned by

a public works department employee not

to go across but she did so anyway. She

was swept into the flood waters and

drowned. F28OU

Bexar County

3 N Von Ormy to Tornado (F0)

3.1 N Von Ormy

Skywarn-trained Amateur Radio Operators

observed a small tornado that dropped

into an open area. The tornado was

about 20 yards wide and continued over

the ground for less than a quarter

mile. It caused no damage and was rated

F0 on the Fujita Scale.

Gillespie County

13 W Fredericksburg to Tornado (F0)

11 W Fredericksburg

Skywam-trained Amateur Radio Operators

observed a small tornado that dropped

into an open area. The tornado was

about 20 yards wide and continued over

the ground for less than a quarter

mile. It caused no damage and was rated

F0 on the Fujita Scale.

Gillespie County

Countywide Flash Flood

The storms continued to spread

northeastward during the late

afternoon, moving into Gillespie,

Kendall and Llano Counties. In

Gillespie County, general 2 to 3 inch

totals were indicated, with amounts of

up to 4 inches south of Fredericksburg

and 5 inches in the area from Doss to

Harper. Most county roads under water

except for US290 through the evening

and early morning hours. No high water

rescues were reported.

Kendall County

Countywide Flash Flood

The storms continued to spread

northeastward during the late

afternoon, moving into Gillespie,

Kendall and Llano Counties. Kendall

County totals averaged between 1 and 2

inches with widespread 3 to 4 inch

totals over the western half of the

county and highest amounts near 6

inches in the area around Comfort. More

than two dozen of the county’s roads

were closed due to high water. At one

point, IH10 was one of the few roads

still passable through the evening and

early morning. Several high water

rescues were performed.

Llano County

Countywide Flash Flood

The storms continued to spread

northeastward during the late

afternoon, moving into Gillespie,

Kendall and Llano Counties. Llano

County reported a general 1 to 2 inch

rainfall with up to 4 inches from

Bluffton to Kingsland to Sunrise Beach.

Most secondary county roads, along with

US29, US71 were closed due to flash

flooding through the evening and early

morning.

Gillespie County

.1 W Willow City to Tornado (F0)

Willow City

A second Gillespie County tornado was

reported by the Sheriffs Department to

have struck the community of Willow

City near 1910CST. It was about 20

yards wide and was on the ground for

less than short-lived and caused minor

damage to some trees before lifting and

dissipating. It was rated F0 on the

Fujita Scale.

Bexar County

5.1 SW Kelly Afb to Tornado (F0)

5 SW Kelly Afb

A small and short-lived tornado was

observed by the Kelly AFB Weather

Station. It was in open country and

caused no damage. It was rated F0 on

the Fujita Scale

Bexar County

5 N Grey Forest to Tornado (F0)

5.1 N Grey Forest

Skywarn-trained Amateur Radio Operators

reported a small, short-lived tornado

near Babcock Road and Scenic Loop Road.

The tornado was estimated at 20 yards

wide and touched down in open country,

causing no known damage. It was rated

F0 on the Fujita Scale.

TXZ183

Flood

The Devils River at Bakers Crossing 19N

crested at 13.48 ft at 1830CST on

November 17, where flood stage is 8 ft.

Blanco County

1 S Johnson City to Tornado (F0)

6 NW Johnson City

Hays County

Countywide Flash Flood

The showers and thunderstorms continued

to spread eastward, moving into Blanco,

Comal, Guadalupe and Hays Counties in

the early evening. In Hays County, they

produced a general 1 to 2 inch

rainfall. The highest amounts were near

6 inches near San Marcos. Nearly all

rural roads in Hays County were closed

from midnight into the mid-moming. The

flash flooding was worst in the eastern

part of Hays County. A driver moved a

barricade from across a flooded low

water crossing and then attempted to

take his vehicle through the water. The

vehicle stalled in the high water and

both occupants climbed onto the top of

the vehicle. They were rescued by a

Star Flite helicopter crew. The driver

was later arrested for moving the

barricade.

Travis County

Countywide Flash Flood

By late evening, the storms had spread

into Travis, Williamson and Burnet

Counties, with general rain totals of 1

to 2 inches in each of the counties.

Highest amounts in Travis County were

near 5 inches across much of the city

of Austin. Many secondary city and

rural roads were closed from midnight

to mid-moming. Flooding was worst in

the central part of county but the last

of the flash flooding took place in the

western portion.

Williamson County

Countywide Flash Flood

By late evening, the storms had spread

into Travis, Williamson and Burnet

Counties, with general rain totals of 1

to 2 inches in each of the counties.

Highest amounts in Williamson County

were near 4 inches between Leander and

Round Rock. The worst flooding problem

was in the south part of the county

where rural roads were flooded through

the early morning hours.

TXZ190

Flood

The Pedernales River at Johnson City

crested at 17.73 ft at 0715CST on

November 17, where flood stage is 14

ft.

Burnet County

Countywide Flash Flood

By late evening, the storms had spread

into Travis, Williamson and Burnet

Counties, with general rain totals of 1

to 2 inches in each of the counties.

Highest amounts in Bumet County were

near 4 inches in the western part of

the county. FM1431, FM2147 and FM2341

were closed through mid-morning.

TXZ173

Flood

The South Fork of the San Gabriel River

crested at 15.53 ft at 1330CST on

November 17, where flood stage is 9 ft.

Wilson County

West Portion Flash Flood

The Bexar, Atascosa and Guadalupe

County storms spread into Wilson County

during the late night hours and

produced general 1 inch totals over the

western half of the county. Highest

totals were between 2 and 3 inches just

west of Floresville. FM536, FM 1103,

FM2579 were closed briefly after

midnight.

TXZ203

Flood

The Nueces at Uvalde crested at 14.75

ft at 1345CST on November 17, where

flood stage is 11ft.

TXZ191

Flood

The Blanco River at Wimberley crested

at 20.12 ft at 0830CST on November 17,

where flood stage is 13 ft.

TXZ171

Flood

The Llano River at Llano crested at

22.07 ft at 1156CST on November 17,

where flood stage is 10 ft.

Gonzales County

North Portion Flash Flood

Storms began producing rainfall over

Bastrop, Gonzales, DeWitt and Lavaca

Counties in the early morning. By mid

morning, the northern half of the

county had received a general 1 inch

soaking, with highest totals of 4

inches between Waelder and the city of

Gonzales. SH97, SH304, FM704, FM1115,

and FM1296 were closed until near noon.

Bastrop County

Countywide Flash Flood

Storms began producing rainfall over

Bastrop, Gonzales, DeWitt and Lavaca

Counties in the early morning. By mid

morning, Bastrop County had received a

general 1 inch rainfall, with up to 4

inches between Rockne and the city of

Bastrop. SH95, SH304, and FM20 were

under water briefly.

De Witt County

Countywide Flash Flood

Storms began producing rainfall over

Bastrop, Gonzales, DeWitt and Lavaca

Counties in the early morning. By mid

morning, DeWitt County had received a

general 1 inch rainfall, with up to 3

inches east of Cuero. Several rural

roads in DeWitt County were closed from

late morning into early evening due to

high water.

Lavaca County

Countywide Flash Flood

Storms began producing rainfall over

Bastrop, Gonzales, DeWitt and Lavaca

Counties in the early morning. By mid

morning, Lavaca County had received a

general 1 inch rainfall, with up to 3

inches in the extreme southwestern part

of the county. FM531, SH111 and FM318

were closed from late morning into

early evening due to high water.

TXZ205

Flood

The Medina River US 281 South crested

at 26.28 ft at 2000CST on November 17,

where flood stage is 20 ft.

TXZ219

Flood

The Nueces River at Ashcrton crested at

28.19 ft at 11OOCST on November 20,

where flood stage is 20 ft.

De Witt County

Countywide Flash Flood

Showers and thunderstorms re-developed

over DeWitt and Lavaca Counties in the

early afternoon of November 17. They

produced a general 1 inch rain over the

two counties, with highest totals of up

to 3 inches between Cuero and Sweet

Home. FM766, FM953, and FM443 were

closed. A car was reported to have

washed off CR158 near Sandies Creek.

Lavaca County

Countywide Flash Flood

Showers and thunderstorms re-developed

over DeWitt and Lavaca Counties in the

early afternoon of November 17. They

produced a general 1 inch rain over the

two counties, with highest totals of up

to 3 inches between Cuero and Sweet

Home. Several rural roads were closed

in Lavaca County during the evening due

to high water.

Lavaca County

11 S Halletsville Hail (1.00)

Lavaca County

11.3 S Halletsville to Tornado (F0)

11 S Halletsville

An NWS cooperative observer reported

seeing a small tornado drop down in

open country, travel around one-quarter

mile and lift back into the parent

thunderstorm. The tornado did not cause

any damage and was rated F0 on the

Fujita Scale.

De Witt County

Countywide Flash Flood

Showers and thunderstorms again

re-developed over DeWitt and Lavaca

Counties on the morning of the 21st.

They produced another general 1 inch

rain in DeWitt County, with highest

amounts near 4 inches along the DeWitt

and Victoria County lines. The worst

flash flooding problems were reported

from Nordheim to Yorktown to Cuero.

FM766, among many other rural roads,

was closed through much of the

afternoon.

Lavaca County

Countywide Flash Flood

Showers and thunderstorms again

re-developed over DeWitt and Lavaca

Counties on the morning of the 21st.

They produced a general 1 to 2 inch

rain in Lavaca County, with highest

amounts of 5 to 7 inches over the

southeast part of the county. Flash

flooding was widespread, with nearly

all secondary roads in Lavaca County

under water through the late afternoon

and early evening.

Bexar County

Countywide Flash Flood

Scattered showers and thunderstorms

spread across South Central Texas on

the morning of November 21. They

produced general 1 inch rainfall over

Bexar County, with the highest totals

of 3 inches in the southeast part of

the county. Numerous county roads were

closed due to flash flooding. Salado

Creek was particularly effective in

closing low water crossings.

Gonzales County

Countywide Flash Flood

Scattered showers and thunderstorms

spread across South Central Texas on

the morning of November 21. They

produced general 1 inch rainfall over

Gonzales County, with the highest

totals of 3 inches in the southeast

part of the county near Smiley. Several

secondary roads were closed, including

FM108 and SHl 11 through the afternoon.

Guadalupe County

Countywide Flash Flood

Scattered showers and thunderstorms

spread across South Central Texas on

the morning of November 21. They

produced general 1 inch rainfall over

Guadalupe County, with the highest

totals of 3 inches in the western part

of the county along Cibolo Creek. Road

closures were reported all across

western Guadalupe County.

Bastrop County

Countywide Flash Flood

Scattered showers and thunderstorms

spread across South Central Texas on

the morning of November 21. They

produced general 1 inch rainfall over

Bastrop County, with the highest totals

of 3 inches near Paige. Most of the

secondary roads in northern Bastrop

County were closed during the afternoon

hours.

Caldwell County

Countywide Flash Flood

Scattered showers and thunderstorms

spread across South Central Texas on

the morning of November 21. They

produced general 1 inch rainfall over

Caldwell County, with the highest

totals of 3 inches in the southeast

part of the county along the Gonzales

County line. FM713, FM86, and SH304

were closed through much of the

afternoon due to high water.

Comal County

Countywide Flash Flood

Scattered showers and thunderstorms

spread across South Central Texas on

the morning of November 21. They

produced general 1 inch rainfall over

Comal County, with the highest totals

of 3 inches in New Braunfels. High

water closed FM3009, FM306, FM1863 and

FM2722 through the early afternoon.

Hays County

Countywide Flash Flood

Scattered showers and thunderstorms

spread across South Central Texas on

the morning of November 21. They

produced general 1 inch rainfall over

Hays County, with the highest totals of

3 inches across the central part of the

county. Among the rural roads closed

through the early afternoon due to high

water were FM3237, FM150, FM967 and

FM12.

Bastrop County

10 SE Bastrop Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

Amateur radio operators reported that

severe thunderstorms winds blew down

trees along SH71 about 10 miles

southeast of Bastrop. No other damage

was reported.

Llano County

3 S Oxford Hail (1.75)

Fayette County

Northeast Portion Flash Flood

Slow-moving thunderstorms produced

widespread 1 to 2 inch rainfall from

northeastern Fayette County across much

of Lee County during the late morning

and early afternoon. Highest rain

totals in Fayette County were 3 inches

just northeast of Warda. Among

afternoon road closures due to high

water were FM153, FM1291 and SH237.

Lee County

Countywide Flash Flood

Slow-moving thunderstorms produced

widespread 1 to 2 inch rainfall from

northeastern Fayette County across much

of Lee County during the late morning

and early afternoon. Highest rain

totals in Lee County were 3 inches

along FM696 just east of Lexington.

High water closed FM696, FM112, FM1624

and FM141 from late afternoon into the

evening hours.

Burnet County

10 NW Marble Falls Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

The Burner County Sheriffs department

reported that severe thunderstorm winds

had blown down several trees about 10

miles northwest of Marble Falls

Karnes County

Northeast Portion Flash Flood

Showers and thunderstorms dropped

general 1 inch totals across the

northeastern part of Karnes County.

Up to 4 inches fell near Gillett. Flash

flooding closed many roads through the

late afternoon and early evening,

including FM887 and US80.

TXZ224

Flood

The Guadalupe River at Cuero crested at

40.61 ft at 23000ST on November 24,

where flood stage is 20 ft

Comal County

Countywide Flash Flood

Showers and thunderstorms, forming

along the IH35 condor, produced general

1 inch rain totals over Comal, Hays,

Travis and Williamson Counties. Highest

rain totals in Comal County were near 3

inches in the Sattler area. Flash

flooding closed portions of FM306 and

FM2673 through the early and mid

morning hours.

Hays County

Countywide Flash Flood

Showers and thunderstorms, forming

along the IH35 corridor, produced

general 1 inch rain totals over Comal,

Hays, Travis and Williamson Counties.

Highest rain totals in Hays County were

near 3 inches in the area between

Driftwood and Dripping Springs. High

water closed parts of FM12, FM967,

FM150 and FM 1826 through the early

morning hours.

Travis County

Countywide Flash Flood

Showers and thunderstorms, forming

along the IH35 condor, produced general

1 inch rain totals over Comal, Hays,

Travis and Williamson Counties. Highest

rain totals in Travis County were near

4 inches in the area around downtown

Austin. Numerous creeks were reported

to be in flood, including Wilbarger

Creek, Shoal Creek, Waller Creek, and

Bull Creek. At one point, several cars

were tossed around by flood waters in a

downtown Austin County parking lot by

the waters of Waller Creek.

Williamson County

Countywide Flash Flood

Showers and thunderstorms, forming

along the IH35 corridor, produced

general 1 inch rain totals over Comal,

Hays, Travis and Williamson Counties.

Highest rain totals in Williamson

County were near 3 inches over the

southern portion near the Travis County

line. FM2243, FM620, and FM685, among

many others, were reported to be closed

in places by high water.

Atascosa County

North Portion Flash Flood

An area of showers and thunderstorms

redeveloped late on the evening of

November 21 and continued into the

early morning hours of the 22nd. It

produced widespread 1 inch totals over

Atascosa, Bexar, Frio and Medina

Counties, resulting in the flash

flooding of numerous rural roads.

Highest rain totals in Atascosa County

were near 3 inches in the area between

Poteet and Leming.

Bexar County

Countywide Flash Flood

An area of showers and thunderstorms

redeveloped late on the evening of

November 21 and continued into the

early morning hours of the 22nd. It

produced widespread 1 inch totals over

Atascosa, Bexar, Frio and Medina

Counties, resulting in the flash

flooding of numerous rural roads.

Highest rain totals in Bexar County

were near 4 inches from Elmendorf to St

Hedwig. More than 60 city streets and

over 40 county roads were closed due to

flooding. Non-essential San Antonio

city government employees were sent

home early and college campuses were

closed. A woman in north central San

Antonio attempted to drive her minivan

through a low water crossing over

Lorence Creek in the 14700 block of

Henderson Pass near 830 am, when the

vehicle stalled in deep, rising water.

She left the vehicle, attempting to get

to higher ground, but was swept off her

feet and drowned. More than 21 others

were rescued in by county firefighters

in high water across the county. City

rescue teams made 136 high water

rescues. State-dispatched Blackhawk

helicopters rescued four people in

southeast Bexar County. 125 people were

evacuated from a county mobile home

park due to rising water.

Frio County

East Portion Flash Flood

An area of showers and thunderstorms

redeveloped late on the evening of

November 21 and continued into the

early morning hours of the 22nd. It

produced widespread 1 inch totals over

Atascosa, Bexar, Frio and Medina

Counties, resulting in the flash

flooding of numerous rural roads.

Highest rain totals in Frio County were

2 inches southeast of Pearsall along

SH85.

Medina County

Northeast Portion Flash Flood

An area of showers and thunderstorms

redeveloped late on the evening of

November 21 and continued into the

early morning hours of the 22nd. It

produced widespread 1 inch totals over

Atascosa, Bexar, Frio and Medina

Counties, resulting in the flash

flooding of numerous rural roads.

Highest rain totals in Medina County

were 3 inches near Mico and around the

Medina Lake area. FM471, FM1283 and

FM1957 were reported under water

through the early morning hours.

TXZ192

Flood

The Colorado River at Austin crested at

25.91 ft at 05000ST on November 22,

where flood stage is 24 ft.

Bastrop County

East Portion Flash Flood

As the area of showers and

thunderstorms continued to spread

eastward, the activity moved into

Bastrop, Caldwell, Guadalupe, and

Fayette Counties. The storms left a

general 1 to 2 inch rainfall over the

area, with highest totals in eastern

Bastrop County of 5 inches south of

Rosanky. Most rural roads in Bastrop

County were closed through the morning.

Several residents of Smithville were

taken to an evacuation shelter, fearing

that their homes might be flooded.

Caldwell County

Countywide Flash Flood

As the area of showers and

thunderstorms continued to spread

eastward, the activity moved into

Bastrop, Caldwell, Guadalupe, and

Fayette Counties. The storms left a

general 1 to 2 inch rainfall over the

area, with totals of 3 to 5 inches in

the southern half of Caldwell County of

and up to 6 inches east of Luling. Most

county roads in Caldwell County were

closed due to high water through the

morning and early afternoon.

Guadalupe County

Countywide Flash Flood

As the area of showers and

thunderstorms continued to spread

eastward, the activity moved into

Bastrop, Caldwell, Guadalupe, and

Fayette Counties. The storms left a

general 1 to 2 inch rainfall over

Guadalupe County, with widespread 4

inch totals in the northern part of the

county and highest amounts between 6

and 8 inches just east of Seguin.

Nearly all low water crossings in

Guadalupe County were closed through

the morning and afternoon. Officials

reported that 15 vehicles were trapped

in high water during the flooding, but

that all occupants were safely rescued.

Nearly 200 homes had sustained some

level of damage in the flooding since

November 16. Several families were

evacuated from their homes in Treasure

Island. In all, about 70 people were

forced to leave their homes due to

flooding.

Fayette County

Countywide Flash Flood

As the area of showers and

thunderstorms continued to spread

eastward, the activity moved into

Bastrop, Caldwell, Guadalupe, and

Fayette Counties. The storms left a

general 1 to 2 inch rainfall over

Fayette County, with highest totals of

7 inches from Muldoon to LaGrange. Most

secondary roads in the county under

water from morning through mid

afternoon.

TXZ209

Flood

The Colorado River at LaGrange crested

at 41.56 ft at 08000ST on November 23,

where flood stage is 26 ft.

TXZ192

Flood

Onion Creek in Austin at Hwy 183

crested at 23.78 ft at 1115CST on

November 22, where flood stage is 17

ft.

Gonzales County

North Portion Flash Flood

As the area of showers and

thunderstorms continued to spread

eastward, the activity moved into

Fayette, Gonzales, Lavaca and Lee

Counties. The storms left a general 1

to 2 inch rainfall over the area, with

highest totals in Gonzales County of 5

inches from Harwood to Waelder. SH97,

SH304, FM1115, and FM1296, among many

others, were closed into early

afternoon. Officials reported that a

few homes had minor flooding, but that

no evacuations or rescues were

required.

Lavaca County

Southeast Portion Flash Flood

As the area of showers and

thunderstorms continued to spread

eastward, the activity moved into

Fayette, Gonzales, Lavaca and Lee

Counties. The storms left a general 1

to 2 inch rainfall across Lavaca

County, with highest totals of 6 inches

near Speaks. FM530 and FM2437 were

closed early morning.

Lee County

Countywide Flash Flood

As the area of showers and

thunderstorms continued to spread

eastward, the activity moved into

Fayette, Gonzales, Lavaca and Lee

Counties. The storms left a general 1

to 2 inch rainfall over the area, with

highest totals in Lee County of 5

inches near Fedor. FM1624, FM696,

FM112, and FM619 were reported closed

from morning into early afternoon.

TXZ193

Flood

The Colorado River at Smithville

crested at 27.85 ft at 1830CST on

November 23, where flood stage is 20

ft.

TXZ193

Flood

The Colorado River at Bastrop crested

at 31.65 ft at 0730CST on November 23,

where flood stage is 23 ft.

TXZ205

Flood

The San Antonio River near Elmendorf

crested at 50.76 ft at 0730CST on

November 23, where flood stage is 35

ft.

Bexar County

North Portion Flash Flood

Showers and thunderstorms

re-intensified once again along the

IH35 corridor, producing generally 1 to

2 inch rainfall from Bexar County

northward through Comal and Hays

Counties. Widespread 3 to 5 inch totals

were reported in the northeast corner

of Bexar County with highest rain

totals near 8 in the Schertz area.

Nearly all rural and county roads in

northern Bexar County were closed. At

15000ST, it was reported by Bexar

Emergency Management that more than 60

roads remained closed. The city and

county reported 160 high water rescues,

with as many as 39 in one hour.

Comal County

Countywide Flash Flood

Showers and thunderstorms

re-intensified once again along the

IH35 corridor, producing generally 1 to

2 inch rainfall from Bexar County

northward through Comal and Hays

Counties. Widespread 3 to 4 in totals

were reported in the southeastern half

of Comal County, with highest amounts

near 7 inches in the extreme south part

of the county, along the

Bexar-Guadalupe-Comal County junction.

All secondary roads in southern third

of Comal county were reported to have

been under water. In fact, so many

roads were flooded that public service

crews ran out of barricades. Officials

reported that approximately two dozen

homes had received some flooding

damage. Several rescues were reported

along FM1863 and FM482. One swift water

rescue crew was responding to a vehicle

stalled in high water. The driver at

first remained with the vehicle, then

decided to abandon it and try to get to

high ground. She was swept away but

managed to catch on to a tree. The

rescue team’s boat was damaged as it

slammed into the tree while moving in

the swift current. Two more swift water

rescue teams from the South Texas

Regional Advisory County for Trauma

(STRAC) were dispatched to rescue the

three and were able to do so. This

event had gone on for nearly 2 hours

and the woman was taken to a hospital

suffering from hypothermia.

Hays County

Countywide Flash Flood

Showers and thunderstorms

re-intensified once again along the

IH35 corridor, producing generally 1 to

2 inch rainfall from Bexar County

northward through Comal and Hays

Counties. Widespread 3 to 4 in totals

were reported in the western half of

Hays County from Wimberley to

Driftwood. Most county roads were under

water through the morning and early

afternoon.

TXZ206

Flood

The Guadalupe River at New Braunfels

below the Comal crested at 22.17 ft at

14000ST on November 22, where flood

stage is 13 ft.

Travis County

Countywide Flash Flood

Showers and thunderstorms

re-intensified once again along the

IH35 corridor, producing generally 1 to

2 inch rainfall from Bexar County

northward through Coma] and Hays

Counties into Travis and Williamson

Counties. Highest amounts in Travis

County were near 5 inches in the

southeast part of the county. More than

30 roads were reported closed through

the early afternoon.

Williamson County

East Portion Flash Flood

Showers and thunderstorms

re-intensified once again along the

IH35 corridor, producing generally 1 to

2 inch rainfall from Bexar County

northward through Comal and Hays

Counties into Travis and Williamson

Counties. Highest rain totals in

Williamson County were near 3 inches in

the extreme eastern portion. Numerous

secondary roads were flooded through

the morning and early afternoon.

TXZ206

Flood

The Comal River at New Braunfels

crested at 22.43 ft at 1330CST on

November 22, where flood stage is 15

ft.

TXZ206

Flood

The Guadalupe River at New Braunfels

above the Comal crested at 16.57 ft at

1430CST on November 22, where flood

stage is 7 ft.

TXZ207

Flood

The Guadalupe River at Seguin crested

at 31.00 ft at 18000ST on November 22,

where flood stage is 19 ft.

TXZ205

Flood

Olmos Creek at Dresden Drive crested at

10.57 ft at 1305CST on November 22,

where flood stage is 9 ft.

TXZ205

Flood

Salado Creek at Loop 13 crested at

27.37 ft at 2030CST on November 22,

where flood stage is 18 ft.

TXZ223

Flood

The Guadalupe River at Gonzales crested

at 43.97 ft at 11000ST on November 23,

where flood stage is 31 ft.

Lavaca County

Northeast Portion Flash Flood

Persistent showers and thunderstorms

dropped a general 1 inch rain across

northeast Lavaca County. Highest totals

were between 2 and 3 inches near the

Colorado County line. FM532, FM530, and

FM2437 were closed briefly due to high

water.

TXZ205

Flood

Leon Creek at IH 35 crested at 22.92 ft

at 1945CST on November 22, where flood

stage is 15 ft.

TXZ208

Flood

The San Marcos River below Luling

crested at 34.91 ft at 2215CST on

November 22, where flood stage is 20

ft.

TXZ222

Flood

Cibolo Creek near Falls City crested at

34.01 ft at 0445CST on November 23,

where flood stage is 17 ft

TXZ224

Flood

Sandies Creek at Westhoff crested at

22.28 at 0315CST on November 24, where

flood stage is 21 ft.

Travis County

Austin Hail (0.75)

Burnet County

South Portion Flash Flood

Showers and thunderstorms over southern

Bumet County produced between 1 and 2

inches of rain, with up to 3 inches

reported in the Marble Falls area.

Flash flooding closed FM243 and FM1431

during the mid morning.

Bexar County

Northeast Portion Flash Flood

Showers and thunderstorms with rainfall

rates of up to 3 inches per hour formed

in the early morning hours along the

IH35 corridor from San Antonio through

New Braunfels and San Marcos into the

Austin area. The storms produced a

general 1 inch over the northeast

portion of Bexar County, with up to 4

inches near the intersection of Loop

1604 and IH35. Widespread flash

flooding was reported over the

northeast part of the county, including

many roads closed in and around

Universal City and Converse.

Comal County

Southeast Portion Flash Flood

Showers and thunderstorms with rainfall

rates of up to 3 inches per hour formed

in the early morning hours along the

IH35 corridor from San Antonio through

New Braunfels and San Marcos into the

Austin area. The storms produced a

general 1 inch over the southeast part

of Comal County, with totals between 3

and 4 inches from New Braunfels to

Selma. Flash flooding was widespread

along the southeast edge of the county.

Among many other roads, FM3009, and

FM1863 were closed due to high water

through the mid morning.

Hays County

Southeast Portion Flash Flood

Showers and thunderstorms with rainfall

rates of up to 3 inches per hour formed

in the early morning hours along the

IH35 corridor from San Antonio through

New Braunfels and San Marcos into the

Austin area. The storms produced a

general rain of between 1 and 2 inches

in the southeast half of Hays County.

Highest totals were between 3 and 4

inches along the IH35 portion of the

county between San Marcos and Buda.

Flash flooding closed most low water

crossings in southeast Hays County

through the mid morning period,

including SH123, FM150, and FM621.

Travis County

Southeast Portion Flash Flood

Showers and thunderstorms with rainfall

rates of up to 3 inches per hour formed

in the early morning hours along the

IH35 corridor from San Antonio through

New Braunfels and San Marcos into the

Austin area. The storms produced a

rainfall between 1 and 2 inches in the

southeast half of Travis County,

particularly along the stretch of IH35.

Dozens of low water crossings were

flooded, closing numerous county roads

in southeast Travis County. Among many

roads closed during the late morning

were FM812, FM973, and FM969.

Williamson County

1 NW Taylor Tornado (F0)

A member of the public spotted a small

tornado as it dropped to the ground in

open country just northwest of Taylor.

The tornado was small and short-lived

and caused no known damage. It was

rated F0 on the Fujita Scale.

Williamson County

3 NW Round Rock Tornado (F0)

Around ten minutes after the report of

a tornado near Taylor, members of the

public reported a second small and

short-lived tornado just northwest of

Round Rock. Again, it was a small

tornado that struck in open country and

lifted back into the thunderstorm very

quickly. No damage was indicated. The

tornado was rated F0 on the Fujita

Scale.

Bastrop County

Cedar Creek Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

The Bastrop County Sheriffs Department

reported several trees blown down near

Cedar Creek by severe thunderstorm

winds.

Williamson County

6 N Hutto to Tornado (F0)

6.3 N Hutto

A Skywam-trained Amateur Radio Spotter

observed a small tornado as it touched

down north of Hutto about 15 minutes

after the Round Rock tornado. This

tornado was estimated at 30yds wide and

moved toward the northeast for

approximately one quarter mile long

before lifting and dissipating. The

tornado was also rated F0 on the Fujita

Scale.

Fayette County

.3 SW La Grange to Tornado (F0)

La Grange

The Fayette County Sheriffs Department

reported that a small tornado had

touched down very briefly in LaGrange

and had knocked over a small structure

on Reynolds St. Minor damage was also

reported to cars and windows of

buildings in the area. The tornado

remained on the ground for

approximately one quarter mile, then

lifted and dissipated. It was rated FO

on the Fujita Scale.

Maverick County

15 N Eagle Pass to Tornado (F0)

15.1 N Eagle Pass

Deputies from the Maverick County

Sheriffs Department observed a small

and short-lived tornado as it touched

down very briefly in open country north

of Eagle Pass. The tornado was reported

to be moving toward the east at nearly

45 mph. It was rated F0 on the Fujita

Scale.

Maverick County

Quemado Hail (1.75)

Maverick County

18 NE Eagle Pass to Tornado (F0)

18.3 NE Eagle Pass

Nearly one hour after the first tornado

sighting, deputies from the Maverick

County Sheriffs Department observed a

second small tornado along US57 in open

country. The tornado was estimated to

be on the ground for about one quarter

mile as it tracked toward the east at

almost 50 miles and hour. No damage was

indicated. The tornado was rated F0 on

the Fujita Scale.

Zavala County

Batesville Hail (1.25)

Zavala County

6.1 W La Pryor to Tornado (F0)

6 W La Pryor

Deputies from the Zavala County

Sheriffs Department observed a small

and short-lived tornado as it touched

down west of LaPryor in the late

afternoon. The tornado moved briefly

over open country and caused no known

damage. It was rated F0 on the Fujita

Scale.

Maverick County

20 NE Eagle Pass to Tornado (F0)

20.5 NE Eagle Pass

About 30 minutes after the first

tornado sighting along US57,

Skywarn-trained spotters from the Eagle

Pass Fire Department reported a second

tornado near the same location. This

tornado was reported to be on the

ground for almost half a mile and was

larger than either of the first two. It

tracked toward the east over open

country at nearly 50 miles an hour. It

was also rated F0 on the Fujita Scale.

Frio County

5 N Pearsall Hail (2.50)

TXZ222

Flood

The San Antonio River at Falls City

crested at 20.20 ft at 1545CST on

November 24, where flood stage is 12

ft.

Burnet County

Bertram Hail (2.50)

Burnet County

3 SE Bertram Tornado (F0)

Deputies from the Burnet County

Sheriffs Department reported that a

small tornado had touched down briefly

in open country east of Bertram. It

moved toward the northeast for about

one tenth of a mile, the lifted and

dissipated. No damage was reported. The

tornado was rated F0 on the Fujita

Scale.

Williamson County

.4 W Jarrell to Tornado (F0)

.1 W Jarrell

Two experienced, Skywarn-trained

Amateur Radio Operators observed and

filmed a weak but rather large tornado

near Jarrell. The tornado was estimated

at nearly 400 yards wide and touched

down in open country, it caused only

minor damage to vegetation, suggesting

that it was of generally low strength.

From this information it was rated F0

on the Fujita Scale.

Atascosa County

Pleasanton Hail (1.00)

Williamson County

Liberty Hill Funnel Cloud

Atascosa County

Poteet Hail (1.75)

Zavala County

La Pryor Hail (1.75)

Williamson County

2 N Georgetown Hail (2.50)

Williamson County

3 W Jarrell Hail (2.50)

Williamson County

Hutto Funnel Cloud

Skywarn-trained Amateur Radio Operators

observed a small funnel as it dipped

below clouds near Hutto. It quickly

lifted back into the thunderstorm

without touching down.

Williamson County

Leander Hail (0.75)

Karnes County

Karnes City Hail (1.75)

Karnes County

Kenedy Hail (1.75)

Karnes County

.1 W Kenedy to Tornado (F0)

Kenedy

The Karnes County Sheriffs Department

reported that a small tornado had

touched down briefly in Kenedy in an

open area. It lifted and dissipated

quickly, causing no damage. The tornado

was rated F0 on the Fujita Scale.

De Witt County

.2 W Yorktown to Tornado (F0)

.1 W Yorktown

Skywarn-trained Amateur Radio Operators

from the Yorktown area observed a small

and short-lived tornado as it touched

down near Yorktown. It struck in open

country, then lifted back into the

thunderstorm base and dissipated. No

damage was indicated. The tornado was

rated F0 on the Fujita Scale.

Fayette County

La Grange Thunderstorm Wind (G62)

De Witt County

3 N Cuero to Tornado (F1)

3.5 N Cuero

Skywarn-trained Amateur Radio Operators

reported that a tornado touched down

north of Cuero, destroying two mobile

homes. The tornado was estimated at 100

yards wide and moved toward the east

along a dissipating. No other damage

was indicated. The tornado was rated Fl

on the Fujita Scale. It was the

strongest and most destructive of the

several tornadoes reported on November

23.

Lavaca County

Sublime to Tornado (F0)

.1 NE Sublime

The Lavaca County Sheriff’s Department

reported that a small tornado had

touched down briefly in open country

near Sublime. It caused no known damage

and was rated F0 on the Fujita Scale.

TEXAS, South Panhandle

TXZ021>024- Winter Storm

027>029-033>036-

390>41

TXZ030 Heavy Snow

On Tuesday, November 2, 2004, a

powerful upper level storm system

passed through West Texas. As a result,

the season’s first measurable snowfall

occurred across West Texas mainly along

and west of the Caprock. Locally heavy

snow fell over the southwest portions

of the Panhandle and northwest South

Plains with 8 to 12 inches of snow

reported across Parmer, Castro, and

Lamb Counties including the cities of

Friona, Dimmitt, and Littlefield.

Lubbock generally received from 3 to 5

inches of snow. The heavy wet snow

caused roadways to became snow packed

and icy in many locations.

Additionally, the heavy wet snow

accumulating on trees (many which still

had their leaves) resulted in many

branches down. Some of the downed

branches fell on power lines causing

power outages.

For Lubbock, the earliest measurable

snowfall was in October 1976, when four

inches of snow fell on the 28th. This

is the first measurable snow that

Lubbock has had in November, since

November 7th 2000 when 4 inches was

recorded.

TEXAS, Southeast

Tyler County

Colmesneil Hail (0.88)

Tyler County

Woodville Hail (1.00)

Hardin County

Honey Is to Tornado (F1)

12 NE Kountze

The first tornado of the day touched

down in a rural area of Hardin County,

and mainly travelled through timber

country. Large trees were blown down as

the tornado crossed Highway 69 north of

Kountze was 200 yards wide. It narrowly

missed a Texas Forestry station.

Several homes were damaged from falling

trees.

Jasper County

5 N Jasper Hail (0.88)

Hardin County

12 NE Kountze to Tornado (F2)

14 NE Kountze

A second tornado touched down in

northeastern Hardin County, was was

witnessed by many people. Residents

could see both tornadoes on the ground

for a brief time. One elderly woman was

killed when several large trees fell on

the mobile home she was in. Between 10

and 20 homes were damaged or destroyed,

mainly near Highway 92 near the

Hardin-Tyler county line. F77MH

Tyler County

4 S Fred to Tornado (F1)

6 E Fred

The tornado in Hardin County crossed

into a rural section of Tyler County

near Fred. Many trees and power lines

were downed, and a couple of homes were

damaged from flying debris.

Jasper County

13 SW Kirbyville to Tornado (F2)

8 SW Kirbyville

As the tornado moved into rural

sections of Jasper County, it snapped

numerous trees, causing a large loss to

the timber industry. Several homes were

destroyed, but no one was injured.

Jasper County

5 W Kirbyville to Tornado (F2)

3 N Kirbyville

A second tornado formed near

Kirbyville, narrowly missing downtown,

but it did hit the community of Bon

Ami. Around 10 to 15 homes were damaged

or destroyed, and another large hit to

the timber industry occurred with many

trees blown down. This tornado crosses

into Newton County.

Newton County

3 NW Bleakwood to Tornado (F2)

3 S Newton

The tornado moved across mainly rural

areas of Newton County, but the storm

did destroy or damage between 5 and 10

homes near the Pine Grove community.

The timber industry saw a continued

large loss of income due to trees blown

down.

Newton County

4 S Newton to Tornado (F1)

2 SE Newton

A tornado moved across heavily wooded

areas south of Newton, damaging several

homes before weakening near the high

school.

Newton County

4 SE Burkeville to Tornado (F1)

6 SE Burkeville

As part of a series of tornadoes, this

one touched down southeast of

Burkeville, blowing down many trees and

damaging several homes before it

crossed the Sabine River into

Louisiana.

Jasper County

Holly Spgs Tornado (F1)

A tornado formed near Holly Springs

near Highway 190, just before it

entered Newton County. Trees and power

lines were blown down.

Newton County

3 SW Jamestown to Tornado (F1)

2 SW Jamestown

The tornado continued to blow down

trees and power lines near Highway 190

before dissipating.

Newton County

4 SW Burkeville to Tornado (F1)

5 E Burkeville

This tornado damaged or destroyed

between 5 and 10 homes south of

Burkeville, and blew down many trees

and power lines.

Tyler County

Woodville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Widespread trees and power lines were

blown down.

Hardin County

Lumberton Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Many trees and power lines were blown

down. One home was damaged from falling

trees.

Jasper County

Kirbyville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees and power lines were blown down

between Kirbyville and Jasper.

Newton County

Deweyville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees and power lines wre blown down

between Deweyville and Newton.

Orange County

5 W Orange Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Mesonet site recorded a 60 mph wind

gust.

Jefferson County

Groves Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees were blown down.

TEXAS, West

TXZ045>046-050- Winter Weather/Mix

058>060-067

Law enforcement officials and storm

spotters across the Upper Trans Pecos

region of west Texas and the

northwestern Permian Basin reported

between one and three inch snow

accumulations during the morning of the

2nd. The most significant impact

occurred during the pre-dawn hours when

traffic along Interstate 20 between

Pecos and the Interstate 10 junction

was slowed to speeds less then 35 MPH

by snow and ice accumulations. Travel

also was adversely affected along U.S.

Highways 87 and 385, however, no road

closures were reported and no major

accidents resulted from the nuisance

winter weather.

TXZ045 Heavy Snow

Gaines County officials reported four

inch snow accumulations across the

northern portions of the county near

the community of Loop. Although travel

conditions were adversely affected, no

major accidents were reported.

An Election Day winter weather event

resulted in accumulating snowfall over

the Upper Trans Pecos and the

northwestern Permian Basin of West

Texas. One to three inch snow reports

were common, with heavier snow amounts

reported across northern Gaines County.

TXZ258 Heavy Snow

A strong storm system brought a round

of heavy snow to the higher elevations

of the Guadalupe Mountains on the 13th.

Park rangers reported that between four

and six inches of snow had accumulated

at the Guadalupe Mountains National

Park Visitor’s Center near Pine Springs

by 11:00 MST.

Ector County

Odessa Flash Flood

An area of moderate to heavy rainfall

moved over the central Permian Basin of

west Texas during the evening of the

14th. Flash flooding developed in

portions of Odessa and resulted in

stalling of several vehicles. Flood

waters flowed more than one foot deep

at the intersection of 49th and Dixie

Streets. No injuries were reported.

Ector County

Odessa Flash Flood

Flood waters inundated portions of

Eisenhower Street in odessa following a

flash flood event on the morning of the

15th. Photo courtesy: Mark Sterkel–

Odessa American.

Flash flooding resulted in high water

that flowed through several Odessa city

streets during the morning of the 15th.

Stalled vehicles were reported at the

intersection of 42nd and Dixie Streets

and along Business 20. High water also

inundated locations along Eisenhower

and University Streets. No injuries

were reported.

Midland County

Midland Flash Flood

Numerous reports of flash flooding

along streets in Midland were received

during the afternoon hours. Initial

reports indicated that high water

flowing over Carver and Scharbauer

Streets prompted officials to deploy

barricade. By 14:00 CST at least one

vehicle was reported to be stalled in

high water on an Interstate 20 access

road. At 14:15 CST the local broadcast

media reported up to eight inches of

water flowing through Old Lamesa Road

and Florida Street. The Texas

Department of Public Safety

additionally reported that several

traffic accidents were indirectly

related to the flooding and wet

conditions, when several vehicles

hydroplaned off of Interstate 20 and

came to rest in the ditch. No injuries

were reported.

Scurry County

Snyder Flash Flood

Storm spotters and local law

enforcement officials reported flash

flooding in Snyder. At 18:10 CST high

water was reported flowing through the

intersection of College Avenue and 37th

Street at a depth of two feet, and at

least one vehicle was stalled. Several

city streets were closed and barricaded

by local officials due to high water by

19:00 CST. Flood waters slowly receded

in the city streets through the late

evening.

Presidio County

Presidio Flash Flood

The U.S. Border Patrol reported flash

flooding along several creeks in

Presidio. Flood waters from the swollen

creeks were reported to inundate

several city streets.

Reagan County

19 NE Stiles Flash Flood

A portion of Farm to Market Road 2600

was destroyed by raging food waters

flowing through the swollen Indian

Creek in northeastern Reagan County on

the 16th. Photo Courtesy: Cathryn

Kessler–Cope Ranch.

Flash flooding along the usually dry

Indian Creek in northeastern Reagan

County caused high water to rush over

portions of Farm to Market Road 2600.

Fire department personnel aided several

motorists in the area that were

stranded by flowing water. Receding

flood waters during the late afternoon

hours revealed extensive damage to

portions of the roadway.

Howard County

7 N Big Spring Flash Flood

Local law enforcement officials

reported that high water from flash

flooding resulted in the closure of

Farm to Market Road 2230 north of Big

Spring.

A prolonged period of rainfall over

west Texas resulted in periods of flash

flooding that began late on the 14th

and persisted through the 16th. Records

for November precipitation were set

during the three day period at several

observing sites. In general, rainfall

rates were relatively light. Following

a very wet spring and summer, however,

short bursts of heavy rainfall quickly

resulted in flash flooding over

saturated soils.

Instances of flash flooding were

reported from the Big Bend area of west

Texas northeast across the Permian

Basin. Flash flooding stranded

motorists in parts of the central

Permian Basin on the 15th. A portion of

Farm to Market Road 2600 was destroyed

by flood waters associated with the

swollen Indian Creek in Reagan County.

No injuries were reported during the

extended event.

Andrews County

16 WNW Frankel City Hail (0.88)

Pea to nickel size hail covered the

ground in portions of northwestern

Andrews County.

Gaines County

3 S Seminole to Hail (0.88)

Seminole

Several reports of nickel size hail

were received.

Numerous thunderstorms developed over

the west Texas Upper Trans Pecos and

the Permian Basin late on the 22nd. A

few of these storms became severe and

produced large hail over the

northwestern Permian Basin.

TEXAS, Western North

Wichita County

6 WNW Burkburnett Hail (0.88)

TXZ087-090 Flood

Multiple rounds of thunderstorms and

showers during a two-day period on

November 14-16 produced 48-hour

precipitation totals of 2 to 4 inches

over western north Texas and

southwestern Oklahoma.

Two moderate flood crests were

generated along the South Wichita River

in Knox County near Benjamin, TX on

November 15-17. The South Wichita River

initially crested at 15.1 feet, 3.1

feet above flood stage, at 5:00 am CST

on November 18, and remained above

flood stage from 5:00 pm CST on

November 15 to 7:30 pm CST on November

16. More rainfall during the evening of

November 16 generated a lower,

secondary crest at 3 pm on November 17

as the South Wichita River crested at

14.5 feet, or 2.5 feet above flood

stage. During the second event, the

South Wichita River remained above

flood stage from 11:00 pm CST on

November 16 to 2:00 pm CST on November

17.

Minor rural flooding also occurred

along the Little Wichita River in Clay

County near Henrietta, TX on November

18. The Little Wichita River crested at

17.5 feet, 0.5 feet above flood stage,

at 9:30 am CST on November 18, and

remained above flood stage from 6:00 pm

CST on November 17 to 1:00 am CST on

November 19.

Wichita County

Iowa Park Flash Flood

Flash flooding occurred in western

north Texas in Wichita County during

the evening of November 15. Heavy rains

totaling 3.5-4.5 inches fell during the

morning and afternoon of November 15,

and produced heavy runoff and flash

flooding along North Bell Road and

South Bell Road just northeast and

southeast of Iowa Park, TX. Law

enforcement officials reported that the

high waters stalled and floated a

pickup truck off of North Bell Road,

nearly submerging it in a ditch. The

driver was unhurt.

Archer County

Scotland Hail (0.88)

UTAH, East

UTZ027 Frost/Freeze

A hard freeze occurred with minimum

temperatures in much of the area

ranging from 26 to 32 degrees.

UTZ027 Winter Weather/Mix

A storm system began affecting the

lower valleys of extreme east-central

Utah the end of October and produced

widespread snowfall of 3 inches before

moving out of the area.

UTZ022>025-027>029 Drought

A wet weather pattern persisted across

eastern Utah resulting in some

improvement to the long term drought.

Most of the area began the month under

extreme drought conditions. By month’s

end, only a portion of southeast Utah

remained under extreme drought while

the rest of the area improved to severe

drought conditions. Please see the

December 2004 Storm Data publication

for a continuation on this drought

situation.

UTZ028 Winter Weather/Mix

An upper level low moved east across

the Four Corners area and produced 5

inches of snow across the majority of

the La Sal & Abajo Mountains in

southeast Utah.

UTZ023-028 Winter Weather/Mix

A moist southerly flow ahead of a low

pressure system resulted in 5 to 12

inches of new snow across the mountains

of eastern Utah.

UTZ028 Winter Storm

A Pacific storm system produced 12 to

26 inches of new snow and southwest

winds from 30 to 40 mph across the

mountains of southeast Utah.

UTZ027 Dense Fog

Automated sensors indicated

visibilities of 1/4 mile or less.

UTZ023-025-028 Winter Storm

A powerful storm dumped 12 to 16 inches

of snow across the mountains of eastern

Utah, with local amounts up to 21

inches in the La Sal Mountains of

southeast Utah. Strong winds buffeted

the mountains resulting in blowing snow

and 3 foot drifts. Highway 191 from 10

miles north of Vernal to the Wyoming

state line was closed for a period of

time due to the storm.

UTZ027-029 Winter Weather/Mix

A powerful storm system produced 2 to 4

inches of snow across much of the lower

valleys of east-central and southeast

Utah.

UTAH, West and Central

NOT RECEIVED.

VERMONT, North and Central

VTZ003>004- Winter Weather/Mix

006>007-016>017

A strong low pressure system over

northern Maine the morning of Friday,

November 5th moved northeast across the

mouth of the St Lawrence River in

eastern Canada the evening of November

5th. Gusty northwest winds resulted in

upslope snow along the western slopes

of the Green Mountains and across north

central and northeast Vermont. In

Vermont, generally between 2 and 6

inches fell with a few locally higher

amounts in the mountains. Specifically,

a few reports included; the greatest

amount of 8.7 inches in the elevated

town of Sutton (Caledonia county), with

6.5 inches in East Albany (Orleans

county), 4 inches in Eden (Lamoille

county) and 2 inches in East Haven

(Essex county).

Addison County

Cornwall to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

New Haven

A strong cold front moved across

Vermont during the late morning and

early afternoon, and was preceded and

accompanied by thunderstorms, showers

and gusty winds. A few thunderstorms

were severe. A thunderstorm produced

pea size hail with 30 mph winds in

Cornwall … pea size hail with 45 mph

in New Haven with power outages. Power

outages were also reported in Bridport

and Middlebury.

Rutland County

(Rut)Rutland Arpt Thunderstorm Wind (G51)

A strong cold front moved across

Vermont during the late morning and

early afternoon, and was preceded and

accompanied by thunderstorms, showers

and gusty winds. A few thunderstorms

were severe. A severe thunderstorm

moved across Rutland county, with wind

gusts measured at 51 knots (59 mph) by

the Rutland AWOS. In addition, trees

and power lines were blown down in the

towns of Clarendon and Shrewsbury.

Washington County

Marshfield to Thunderstorm Wind (G85)

Cabot

A strong cold front moved across

Vermont during the early afternoon and

was preceded and accompanied by

thunderstorms, showers and gusty winds.

A few thunderstorms were severe. A

severe thunderstorm moved from

Marshfield to Cabot with damaging

winds. Trees and power lines were blown

down. In Cabot, a woman was blown off a

porch and injured. Also in Cabot, 100

to 200 trees were snapped or uprooted.

One tree fell on and damaged a shed.

Winds were estimated to be between 70

and 100 mph.

VTZ017>018 High Wind (G54)

A storm system moving from the Great

Lakes into southern Canada combined

with a large high pressure system over

the Canadian Maritimes to produce

strong winds across the area. In

particular, in eastern Chittenden

county, wind gusts were measured at 54

knots (62 mph) in Hanksville and

estimated at 43 knots (50 mph) in

Underhill. A few tree limbs were down.

Meanwhile, in Addison county, winds

gusted to 50 kts (58 mph) in South

Lincoln with trees blown down. In

Moncton, tree branches were blown down.

VTZ003-005>006-008 Strong Wind

A storm system moving from the Great

Lakes into southern Canada combined

with a large high pressure system over

the Canadian Maritimes to produce

strong winds across the area. Winds

gusted from 25 to 45 mph in places

(locally higher where funneled by

terrain such as Pleasant Valley). A few

tree limbs or trees were blown down in

Jeffersonville (Lamoille county) and in

Williston (Chittenden county). In

Waitsfield (Washington county), the

wind gusted to 47 mph. A small tool

shed was overturned in Coventry. Some

power outages were reported across the

area.

VERMONT, South

NONE REPORTED.

VIRGIN ISLANDS

St. Croix County

Countywide Heavy Rain

St. Thomas/St. John

& Islands County

Countywide Heavy Rain

A low pressure are over the Central

Caribbean brought intermittent heavy

rains to the U.S. Virgin Islands to a

period of several days. Flooding of

some roads, homes, and low lying area

was reported across the territory,

especially in St Croix. A large section

of the beach at Bolongo Bay in St

Thomas was washed away by the heavy

rains.

St. Croix County

St. Croix Heavy Rain

Heavy rain was reported at Butler Bay,

5.35 inches of rainfall were recorded

for the 12 hour period ending at 6 am

Monday.

VIZ002 Flood

Street flooding along Mount welcome

Road toward Gallows Bay. Dirt and

debris washed down at Gallows Bay

intersection. Street flooding was

reported in Christiansted during the

morning.

VIRGINIA, East

NONE REPORTED.

VIRGINIA, Extreme Southwest

NONE REPORTED.

VIRGINIA, North

NONE REPORTED.

VIRGINIA, Northwest

NONE REPORTED.

VIRGINIA, Southwest

NONE REPORTED.

WASHINGTON, Norteast

NONE REPORTED.

WASHINGTON, Northwest

WAZ002-009-013 High Wind (G69)

High winds knocked out power to about

1000 homes, and blew down the framework

for a building in Coupeville.

WAZ002-004>007-

010-015 Flood

Between 2.5 and 5 inches of rain fell

in 24 hours over the lowlands, with 6

to 10 inches in the mountains. Flooding

occurred on the Samish, Stillaguamish,

Bogachiel, Snoqualmie, Nooksack,

Skykomish, Snohomish, Skokomish, and

Tolt rivers. Dozens of roads were

closed cutting off access to local

areas in Skagit and Whatcom counties.

WASHINGTON, Southeast

NONE REPORTED.

WASHINGTON, Southwest

NONE REPORTED.

WEST VIRGINIA, East

NONE REPORTED.

WEST VIRGINIA, North

NONE REPORTED.

WEST VIRGINIA, Southeast

NONE REPORTED.

WEST VIRGINIA, West

WVZ007>008 Flood

Warm frontal rain began near 0000E. The

rain intensified between 0600E and

0830E, as embedded convection

developed. The rain ended after 1000E,

as the warm front lifted north of Mason

and Jackson Counties. The event was

over a 6 to 10 hour time frame. Rain

totals of 2 to 2.5 inches fell across a

narrow southwest to northeast band,

affecting northern Mason County into

portions of southern and central

Jackson County.

In Mason County, roads were flooded by

small streams in the Point Pleasant,

Leon, to New Haven triangle. In Jackson

County, roads around Evans, Ripley, and

north toward Silverton were flooded by

small streams. Streams such as Syramore

Creek and Trace fork were affected. No

significant damage to dwelling occurred

in Mason or Jackson Counties.

WISCONSIN, Northeast

WIZ005 Heavy Snow

Snow fell across northern Wisconsin as

a low pressure system moved through the

state on the 27th. Northerly winds

behind the low brought cold air over

the relatively warm waters of Lake

Superior, leading to lake enhanced snow

showers in Vilas county. Most of Vilas

county received in excess of 8 inches

of snow. Highest snowfall totals were

10.5 inches at Phelps and 9.0 inches 3

miles northeast of Manitowish Waters.

WISCONSIN, Northwest

WIZ003>004-009 Heavy Snow

Six to almost 14 inches of snow fell

over northern Wisconsin. A low pressure

area moving across the area generated

some of the snow, while the heavier

snowfall in Iron County was also

induced by Lake Superior. Reported

snowfall amounts included around 7

inches from Park Falls to Mellen and

nearly 14″ at Upson and Montreal.

WISCONSIN, Southeast

WIZ065-069>072 Winter Weather/Mix

The frist widespread accumulating snow

of the season for parts of

south-central and southeast Wisconsin

occurred on November 30th. Snow totals,

in general, ranged from 2.5 to 4.5

inches, but a NWS co-op observer in

Genoa City in southeast Walworth County

mesaured 5.9 inches. No snow was

reported west of a line from Sheboygan

(Sheboygan Co.) to West Bend

(Washington Co.) to Lake Mills

(Jefferson Co.) to Evansville (Rock

Co.) to Brodhead (Grecen Co.). Spotter

reports indicated that the snowflakes

were rather large–at times up to 3/4

to 1 inch in diameter. Rain was mixed

in with the snow at times near Lake

Michigan. Dozens of vehicle accidents

were reported by newspapers, and travel

times were extended as road surfaces

became slippery. Evening media

newscasts suggested that drivers forgot

how to drive on snow covered, slippery

roads. Specific snow accumulations

include 2.5 inches on the University of

Wiconsin-Milwaukee campus (Milwaukee

Co.), 2.9 inches at a location 4 miles

south of the City of Waukesha (Waukesha

Co.), 3.5 inches in Clinton (Rock Co.),

4.4 inches in Burlington (Racine Co.),

and 4.5 inches in Paddock Lake (Kenosha

Co.).

WISCONSIN, Southwest

NONE REPORTED.

WISCONSIN, West

NONE REPORTED.

WYOMING, Central and West

WYZ015-017>020- Heavy Snow

022-024-026>030

A strong Pacific Storm System dumped 12

to 16 inches across the higher terrain

of central Wyoming. Lower elevations

received 4 to 8 inches of snow. In

Sweetwater County, very strong winds

closed several federal and state

highways as significant areas of

blowing and drifting snow created

white-out conditions.

WYOMING, Extreme Southwest

NOT RECEIVED.

WYOMING, North Central

WYZ098>099 Heavy Snow

The month of November was dry across

northern Wyoming with the only snow

event occurring at the end of the

month. The following snow totals were

reported with this system: 8 inches 25W

Sheridan; 9 inches 15S Sheridan.

WYOMING, Northeast

WYZ054>055-058 Heavy Snow

A narrow band of heavy snow fell across

the Gillette area and southwestern

parts of Weston County during the

overnight and morning hours. Most

locations in these areas received

around 6 inches of snow.

WYOMING, Southeast

WYZ069>070 Heavy Snow

A rather narrow band of heavy snow fell

over parts of Laramie County with

snowfall amounts as high as 10 to 11

inches reported at Cheyenne, WY.

WYZ069>070 Winter Storm

Heavy snow fell over much of Laramie

County with Cheyenne, Wy. reporting 10

to 11 inches of snowfall. Gusty winds

resulted in some drifting snow

resulting in some road closures.

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