Storm data and unusual weather phenomena

Storm data and unusual weather phenomena

Storm Data and Unusual Weather Phenomena

Time Path Path

Local/ Length Width

Location Standard (Miles) (Yards)

MINNESOTA, Central and South Central

Meeker County

8 S Litchfield 05 1320CST

The Sheriffs department stated that

several motorists reported seeing a

funnel cloud.

Washington County

Lake Elmo 05 1547CST

Several spotters reported a funnel

cloud near Interstate 94 and Keats

Avenue.

Stevens County

5 WSW Hancock 07 0310CST

Quarter sized hail covered the ground

and damaged crops.

Lac Qui Parle County

Boyd 07 0318CST

Quarter sized hail dented cars and

broke windows.

Yellow Medicine

County

8 SW Clarkfield 07 0325CST

Swift County

Benson 07 0330CST

Dime sized hail was reported south and

west of Benson.

Swift County

4 NE Benson 07 0330CST

A tree and several branches were

downed.

Swift County

Benson 07 0330CST

Trees and power lines were downed near

Benson.

Renville County

2 SW Renville 07 0340CST

Large branches were downed.

Pope County

7 SE Cyrus 07 0350CST

Penny sized hail fell near Lake Emily.

Brown County

2 S Springfield 07 0410CST

Sibley County

2 SW Winthrop 07 0500CST

Ramsey County

Vadnais Hgts 07 0643CST

Quarter sized hail fell near the

intersection of Interstate 35E and

County Road E.

Ramsey County

Vadnais Hgts 07 0643CST

Trees and power lines were downed.

Ramsey County

Vadnais Hgts 07 0645CST

Lightning struck a home on Timberline

Trail. The northwest corner of the

home caught fire and sheetrock fell

down on a person lying in bed.

Ramsey County

White Bear Lake 07 0645CST

Quarter sized hail fell near Highway

96 and Otter Lake Road.

Washington County

Mahtomedi 07 0655CST

The city public works department

reported penny sized hail at the

corner of Lincolntown Avenue and Long

Lake Road.

Goodhue County

5 SSE Cannon Falls 07 1605CST

1615CST

Walnut sized hail fell for 10 minutes

in Leon Township, Section 8.

Goodhue County

2 SW Red Wing 07 1707CST

Three inch branches were downed.

Faribault County

3 S Winnebago 07 1723CST

Nickel sized hail was reported south

of Winnebago. One half inch diameter

hail fell in Winnebago.

Blue Earth County

Mankato 07 1745CST

Goodhue County

Hader 07 1751CST

Rice County

1 E Morristown 07 1812CST

Steele County

1 N Merton 07 1822CST

Dime sized hail was reported in

Merton Township at the intersection

of 69th Street and County Road 61.

Rice County

Faribault 07 1829CST

1831CST

Small branches were downed by nickel

to quarter sized hail.

Blue Earth County

Mapleton 07 1835CST

1837CST

Nickel to quarter sized hail was

reported.

Rice County

Faribault 07 1844CST

Tree branches and leaves were downed

by penny sized hail.

Blue Earth County

6 SW Lake Crystal 07 1915CST

1920CST

Goodhue County

Countywide 07 2000CST

2315CST

Significant flooding was reported in

the North Fork Zumbro River watershed

during the evening of the 7th after

3 to 6 inches of rain fell. A total

of 5.47 inches of rain was recorded

in Wanamingo in 24 hours, 2.8 inches

of which fell between 9:30 and 10:30

PM.

An unnamed creek which flows into the

North Fork Zumbro River rose 20 feet

above its normal 1 foot level and

rushed over Highway 1 about 1 mile

south of the Highway 30 intersection

in Wanamingo Township, about 4 miles

west of Wanamingo. By 10:30 PM the

creek completed covered the road in

rushing water up to 2.5 feet deep and

shortly thereafter two separate

vehicles were swept off the roadway

and were washed down the creek. One

vehicle, a pickup truck, was found in

a nearby ditch with a smashed

windshield and badly damaged hood. The

body of the driver, a 47-year-old

man, was found three quarters of a

mile downstream under farm equipment

nearly a day and a half later when

the water finally subsided. The man,

who lived in Hayfield, was on his way

to work in Cannon Falls.

The other vehicle that was washed off

the road and into the creek was a

sedan. The driver, a 50-year-old

Kenyon woman who was on her way home

from work, exited the car through an

open window after traveling about 1/2

mile downstream. She floated on her

back down the creek until lightning

illuminated a nearby fencepost which

she grabbed hold of until rescuers

arrived two hours later. Incredibly

she survived the ordeal with only

bruises. The rushing creek was also

responsible for washing out 200 feet

of gradual slope along Highway 1 near

the road. Scattered debris was also

found in farm fields along the

creek’s banks for several miles. In

addition, an unnamed creek that flows

into the North Fork Zumbro River

about 2 miles east of Wanamingo

inundated the Shades of Sherwood

campground around 10:30 PM. M47VE

Goodhue County

4 NW Wanamingo 07 2055CST

2105CST

Quarter sized hail fell for 10

minutes in Wanamingo Township,

Section 16.

Rice County

3 SW Shieldsville 07 2059CST

Nickel sized hail fell at Hunt Lake.

Goodhue County

Kenyon 07 2100CST

A newspaper published a picture of

hail that fell in Kenyon that looked

to be at least 1.25 inches in

diameter.

Goodhue County

3 NE Kenyon 07 2100CST

Along 430th Street in Holden

Township, Section 23, a large

commodity shed was destroyed after 5

support beams were ripped from the

structure. One of the beams was

thrown 75 feet and the roof of the

structure fell onto a tractor. Doors

on two free standing barns were also

damaged. In addition, a very large

Maple tree that was estimated to be

over 100 years old was felled.

Rice County

Countywide 07 2145CST

08 0330CST

About 3 miles south of Nerstrand,

210th St. E. was under water. Water

was also flowing over secondary roads

in Wheeling, Walcott, and Richland

townships.

Dakota County

Lakeville 07 2304CST

Penny sized hail fell at the

intersection of County Road 2 and

Interstate 35.

MNZ078 Goodhue

07 2315CST

08 1500CST

Up to 6 inches of rain fell in the

North Fork Zumbro River watershed on

the evening of the 7th and widespread

flooding resulted.

The Sheriffs department reported that

flood waters from the North Fork

Zumbro River forced the closure of

Highway 58 just north of Zumbrota at

Covered Bridge Park around 3 AM on

the 8th. The highway remained closed

for much of the day. Covered Bridge

Park along the river sustained

$20,000 damage to electrical

equipment in the campground area, and

a softball tournament had to be

cancelled at the park after the flood

damaged ball fields.

The wastewater treatment plant in

Wanamingo had to be evacuated shortly

after midnight after the Zumbro River

became higher than the water discharge

level and began to flood back into the

plant. A total of 4.48 inches of rain

was recorded at the plant in 24

hours. Local officials had to sandbag

low lying areas of town. In addition,

the Shades of Sherwood campground,

about 2 miles northeast of Wanamingo,

was severely flooded when the North

Fork Zumbro River and an unnamed

tributary overflowed during the early

morning hours. The campground

sustained around $25,000 in damage.

Approximately 30 camper trailers

suffered heavy damage or were

completely destroyed by flood waters.

Total damage to personal property at

the campground was estimated at more

than $500,000.

Various county roads near the river

were impassible for much of the day,

including County Road 1 about 4 miles

west of Wanamingo between Highway

30 and Highway 60, Highway 57 just

north of Wanamingo, and 420th Street

about 5 miles northwest of Zumbrota.

Several shoulders on roads passing

the North Fork Zumbro River had to be

repaired after being washed out.

About 3 miles west of Cannon Falls,

the Little Cannon River overflowed

into a yard along Oxford Mill Road.

In Kenyon, a country club golf course

was flooded by the North Fork Zumbro

River.

Scott County

Prior Lake 07 2324CST

Dime to quarter sized hail fell near

the intersection of County Road 44

and Highway 13.

Lac Qui Parle County

Marietta 07 2340CST

The fire department reported a wind

gust of 60 MPH.

Scott County

Shakopee 07 2340CST

Dime sized hail was reported at the

intersection of Highway 78 and

Highway 83.

Yellow Medicine

County

Canby 07 2342CST

Trees and branches were downed. A few

business signs were damaged and a

large piece of tin roofing material

was thrown approximately 50 yards.

Lac Qui Parle County

6 S Haydenville 07 2350CST

A building was damaged at a farm

along Highway 212 in Garfield

Township, Section 19.

Yellow Medicine

County

3 N Burr 07 2350CST

A few trees were downed.

Carver County

Chanhassen 07 2353CST

Pea to penny sized hail fell at the

National Weather Service office on

Lake Drive West.

Hennepin County

Flying Cloud Arpt 07 2353CST

Stevens County

Chokio 07 2359CST

Lac Qui Parle County

Madison 08 0000CST

A tree and several branches were

downed onto roads and yards in town.

The most concentrated area of damage

was near 3rd Street and 2nd Avenue,

including a tree that fell on a vacant

house. A construction site about 5

miles southwest of Madison suffered

building damage. Grain bins were also

damaged in the area.

Swift County

Appleton 08 0000CST

Yellow Medicine

County

Canby 08 0002CST

Law enforcement officers reported

downed trees.

Lac Qui Parle County

Dawson 08 0005CST

A large tree was downed along

Chestnut Street.

Chippewa County

2 NW Watson 08 0010CST

0025CST

Large branches were downed by high

winds that continued for at least 15

minutes.

Swift County

6 N Appleton 08 0010CST

A cattle shed lost most of its roof

at a farm along Highway 12 about 1

mile west of the Highway 5

intersection in Shible Township,

Section 15. A machine shed was nearly

demolished nearby.

Swift County

8 N Appleton 08 0010CST

The roof of three sheds and a hog

barn were blown off at a farm on the

south side of Lake Oliver near 20th

Street NW in Hegbert Township, Section

35. A two by four was blown into the

side of a farmhouse and windows were

broken by flying debris. Trees were

also downed on the property.

Swift County

Fairfeld 08 0010CST

Swift County

Fairfield 08 0010CST

A machine shed and bin collapsed onto

a combine at a farm on Highway 20 in

Fairfield Township, Section 33. The

debris from the shed and bin were

thrown several yards. A farmhouse

suffered a broken window and a hole

in the roof from flying debris. At the

property next door a machine shed had

the roof and a door ripped off.

Evergreens at a church in Fairfield

were downed.

Stevens County

Morris 08 0018CST

Chippewa County

Watson 08 0020CST

A downed tree was reported by law

enforcement.

Stevens County

Morris 08 0020CST

Power lines were downed.

Hennepin County

3 WSW Hamel 08 0030CST

Law enforcement officers reported

penny sized hail at the intersection

of Highway 55 and County Road 19 in

Medina.

Stevens County

Hancock 08 0030CST

A tree was downed.

Swift County

Benson 08 0035CST

Pope County

12 S Starbuck 08 0036CST

A MNDOT road weather sensor recorded

a wind gust of 64 MPH.

Swift County

4 S Benson 08 0038CST

Law enforcement officials reported

nickel sized hail at the intersection

of Highway 29 and County Road 6.

Chippewa County

14 NE Montevideo 08 0040CST

Trees were downed.

Pope County

5 W Starbuck 08 0040CST

Douglas County

3 E Kensington 08 0042CST

Douglas County

Brandon 08 0047CST

0051CST

Swift County

Kerkhoven 08 0054CST

Kandiyohi County

Countywide 08 0055CST

0130CST

Several trees were downed in Willmar,

including one which fell onto a garage

and damaged two cars on Ella Avenue

NW. Trees were also downed onto power

lines north of Kandiyohi around

Diamond Lake, near Lake Florida, in

the Raymond area, southwest of

Willmar, and north of Prinsburg.

Renville County

Sacred Heart 08 0058CST

0103CST

Penny sized hail fell for 5 minutes.

Sherburne County

Big Lake 08 0100CST

Dime sized hail dented cars.

Brown County

New Ulm 08 0110CST

Trees and power poles were downed.

Redwood County

Morgan 08 0110CST

A few trees were downed.

Kandiyohi County

8 W Spicer 08 0119CST

Nickel sized hail fell at the

intersection of Highway 71 and County

Road 10.

Todd County

Bertha 08 0120CST

Brown County

Essig 08 0135CST

Trees were downed onto two mobile

homes.

Meeker County

Cosmos 08 0135CST

Numerous trees were downed.

Renville County

Fairfax 08 0135CST

Trees and large branches were downed.

Redwood County

Vesta 08 0138CST

Large branches and signs were downed.

Stearns County

1 N Sartell 08 0138CST

0140CST

Brown County

New Ulm 08 0145CST

Numerous trees were downed onto yards

and roads. The most concentrated area

of damage was in an east-west path

between 12th North and Center streets.

One large tree pulled up the sidewalk

and a portion of the curb on South

Minnesota Street.

Mcleod County

Hutchinson 08 0145CST

Mcleod County

4 NE Hutchinson 08 0145CST

A 10 inch diameter tree snapped off

and blocked the intersection of

County Road 7 and 225th St. A few

small tree branches were downed in

the city of Hutchinson.

Mcleod County

Hutchinson 08 0145CST

A trained spotter recorded a wind

gust of 61 MPH. A 12 inch diameter

tree was snapped in half. Another

tree toppled onto a car near the

Fifth Avenue bridge. The tree smashed

the windshield and rear window and

also dented the roof and hood.

Mcleod County

6 N Hutchinson 08 0145CST

Several large trees were downed. A

few of the trees landed on a mobile

home.

Meeker County

4 ENE Greenleaf 08 0145CST

Trees were downed near Lake Erie.

Meeker County

2 SSE Litchfield 08 0145CST

Trees were downed near Round Lake.

Meeker County

1 SE Litchfield 08 0145CST

A pontoon boat was flipped and a

dock was destroyed along the Lake

Ripley shoreline.

Mcleod County

Stewart 08 0147CST

Branches were downed.

Mcleod County

5 SE Hutchinson 08 0148CST

Meeker County

2 S Darwin to 08 0150CST

2 SW Darwin

Trees were uprooted and 4 homes and

a deck were damaged along the east

shore of Lake Stella along County

Road 14. One man was trapped in a

porch when a tree fell on it and had

to break a window to escape. A boat

lift and attached boat were blown

over a dock and rolled a few feet

along the Lake Stella shoreline.

Six foot waves were reported on

Lake Stella and water lapped up to

County Road 14. In addition, power

lines were downed over 650th Avenue

near Casey Lake and along 670th

Avenue near County Road 9.

Nicollet County

Countywide 08 0150CST

0230CST

Five power poles were snapped off,

13 light poles were downed, and a

number of trees were uprooted in

Nicollet. One large tree branch

fell onto a car on Third Street.

Tree and power line damage was also

reported in Courtland and St. Peter.

In Lafayette, 10 trees were damaged

and 2×6 wooden bleachers at a ball

field were snapped and pushed over

on their sides. Seven miles east of

Lafayette in New Sweden Township, a

25 foot diameter Ash tree was broken

off at its base and thrown 150 feet.

Several trees in a nearby grove were

twisted and broken about 25 feet up

in the canopy. In addition, a circa

1930s steel bin with a 1500 bushel

capacity was twisted up and rolled

at least 200 feet.

Mcleod County

Brownton to 08 0153CST

3 E Brownton 0159CST

Trees and power lines were downed.

A power line fell onto Highway 212

near Unit Avenue about 3 miles east

of town. A tractor trailer hit the

downed wire and pulled down a

transmission pole.

Mcleod County

Silver Lake to 08 0155CST

2 N Silver Lake

Trees were downed around town. A

transformer blew off a pole and

could not be found. A power line was

downed into a ditch near the

intersection of Jade Avenue and

220th Street about two miles north

of town.

Sibley County

Winthrop 08 0155CST

Numerous trees were downed.

Wright County

4 SSW Cokato 08 0155CST

The roof of a hoop barn was removed

at a farm on 98th Street in

Stockholm Township, Section 21. The

tops of trees were also snapped.

Mcleod County

Lester Prairie 08 0159CST

Dime sized hail fell on the west

side of town.

Mcleod County

2 SW Glencoe 08 0200CST

A storage shed was demolished by a

downed tree near the intersection

of Highway 212 and Imperial Avenue

in Glencoe Township, Section 28.

Mcleod County

Winsted to 08 0200CST

2 S Winsted

A pole barn and other large sheds

were downed just south of Winsted

along County Road 1. Numerous trees

and a few power lines were downed

onto homes, vehicles, and roads in

Winsted. A wall was pushed in the

downtown area.

Le Sueur County

Waterville 08 0205CST

Trees were downed across the city.

The roof of a trailer home and an

attached garage was ripped off and

a picture window was blown out. A

man in the trailer home was cut on

the leg by flying glass from a

shattered window and required 14

stitches. A camper in the back yard

of the home was blown into

Whitewater Creek along with roof

and tree debris. Damage was reported

to other houses in the vicinity,

including one home that was impaled

by a 2×4 that came from a damaged

building across the street. A

tree was downed onto a power truck

on Highway 60.

Carver County

Countywide 08 0210CST

0230CST

The Sheriffs department reported

numerous downed trees across the

western portion of the county

including the New Germany area.

Trees and power lines were also

downed in Hamburg, Waconia,

Chanhassen, Victoria, Hollywood

Township, and Chaska. One tree fell

onto a car in Chanhassen. Two garage

doors were blown off buildings owned

by the town of Cologne. A home lost

some siding and a garage collapsed

in Cologne as well. In Carver, a

tree was downed onto power lines.

In Waconia several trees were

downed, including one which blocked

Sugarbush Lane. A downed tree poked

a hole into a home at the corner of

Sugarbush Lane and Barberry Circle.

A power line was downed at the

corner of First and Birch streets.

In Benton Township a utility pole

was tilted to a 45 degree angle by

high winds.

Wright County

2 SSE Howard Lake 08 0210CST

Trees were downed onto power lines

4 miles north of Winsted.

Morrison County

6 NNW Hillman 08 0213CST

2130CST

Blue Earth County

5 NE Lake Crystal 08 0215CST

Law enforcement officials reported

that a semi tractor trailer was

blown over on Highway 60 between

Mankato and Lake Crystal.

Carver County

Watertown to 08 0215CST

3 SW Watertown 0220CST

A trained spotter downtown recorded

a 62 MPH wind gust. A gust of 56

MPH was recorded at Watertown-Mayer

High School just northwest of town.

Large tree limbs were downed onto

Westminster Avenue south of Madison

Street. Another large limb was

downed onto vehicles on Angel Avenue

SW. The roof of a shed was blown

off along Tacoma Avenue in Hollywood

Township, three miles southwest of

Watertown.

Sherburne County

5 N Big Lake 08 0220CST

A large tree was downed over a road

on the west side of Eagle Lake.

Blue Earth County

Mankato 08 0225CST

A trained spotter recorded a wind

gust of 66 MPH. Numerous trees were

downed.

Hennepin County

Mound 08 0225CST

A tree was downed onto a power line

on Noble Boulevard.

Hennepin County

Excelsior 08 0230CST

Trees and power lines were damaged.

A picnic table was thrown through a

picture window.

Le Sueur County

Le Sueur 08 0230CST

At least 25 large trees were downed

across Le Sueur. One tree fell onto

a home at Nichols Court and caused

considerable damage to the roof and

an upstairs bedroom. Another tree

blocked County Road 112.

Hennepin County

Minnetonka 08 0240CST

A tree was downed onto a car. A

handful of other trees and power

lines were downed across town.

Le Sueur County

2 W Marysburg 08 0240CST

Several boats were capsized and

docks were destroyed by waves

created by high winds at a resort on

Lake Washington. Trees were also

downed in the vicinity. The framing

of a new house under construction

along the shore of the lake was

smashed by a downed tree.

Scott County

Belle Plaine 08 0240CST

Scott County

Belle Plaine 08 0240CST

A tree was downed onto power lines.

Hennepin County

Bloomington 08 0245CST

Two large trees up to 1 meter in

diameter were broken about 1/2 mile

west of the intersection of 90th

and France Ave.

Hennepin County

Crystal 08 0245CST

Two trees up to 10 inches in

diameter were downed near the

intersection of Douglas Drive and

Rockford Road. One tree fell onto

a car.

Hennepin County

Golden Vly 08 0245CST

Several trees were downed.

Hennepin County

Hopkins 08 0245CST

Large trees up to 10 inches in

diameter were downed. Minor damage

was reported to fences and facades.

The damage was most significant in

the Bellgrove neighborhood.

Hennepin County

St Louis Park 08 0245CST

Eighteen trees and a handful of power

lines were downed. One tree fell onto

a construction site in the 2900 block

of Sumter, causing minor damage.

Le Sueur County

3 NNW Greenland 08 0245CST

Two cabins at a resort between East

Jefferson Lake and German Lake,

Section 5 in Elysian Township, were

destroyed when trees fell on them.

One cabin was unoccupied. Two people

in the second cabin sustained bumps

and bruises when a large tree fell

on top of the bedroom they were

staying in. The tree fell right on

top of the bed where they were

sleeping moments before. They were

standing nearby when the tree “split

the ceiling open” above them. A

nearby trailer home was also damaged

by the tree that fell onto the

unoccupied cabin. One witness said

that wind was blowing so hard that

water was “flying off the lake.”

Power crews had to replace several

electricity poles between East

Jefferson Lake and German Lake that

were damaged by downed trees.

Waseca County

Waseca 08 0245CST

Two trees up to 10 inches in diameter

were downed. A power line was downed

onto Elm Avenue.

Hennepin County

Minneapolis 08 0255CST

A tree was downed onto a house in

north Minneapolis.

Hennepin County

Richfield 08 0255CST

Eight trees up to 12 inches in

diameter and numerous branches were

downed.

Anoka County

St Francis 08 0257CST

Dakota County

Burnsville 08 0300CST

A few trees and many branches were

downed.

Isanti County

5 WSW Isanti 08 0300CST

Dime sized hail was reported at Big

Lake. The time was estimated.

Rice County

2 NE Morristown 08 0300CST

A 121-year-old barn was blown down

along Highway 72 in Morristown

Township, Section 14.

Rice County

Morristown 08 0300CST

0315CST

Numerous trees were downed onto

homes, streets, and yards. Several

homes sustained significant roof

damage and broken windows. A fallen

tree punched a hole in the roof and

a branch stuck through into an

upstairs bedroom at a home on

Division Street South. A person

sleeping in a bed below the hole was

awakened when insulation fell on

them but was otherwise unharmed. A

trampoline in the yard was thrown

with such force that it bent a

fence. A town resident said the high

winds lasted for nearly 15 minutes.

Scott County

Prior Lake 08 0300CST

Dime to nickel sized hail fell.

Scott County

Savage 08 0300CST

A tree was downed in the Woodhill

subdivision.

Hennepin County

Minneapolis/St Paul 08 0304CST

Anoka County

2 S Fridley 08 0305CST

Trees and power lines were downed in

Columbia Heights. Power outages were

reported in Coon Rapids and Fridley.

Dakota County

West St Paul to 08 0310CST

South St Paul

Large branches and 10 trees were

downed.

Ramsey County

North St Paul 08 0310CST

Trees were downed onto yards in

addition to a car on Nevada Avenue

and a van on 18th Avenue.

Ramsey County

St Paul 08 0310CST

Branches up to 5 inches in diameter

were downed on Grand Avenue near the

intersection of Snelling Avenue and

along Snelling Avenue near the

intersection of Summit Avenue.

Washington County

Countywide 08 0310CST

0335CST

Trees and power lines were downed in

Woodbury, Cottage Grove, Lake Elmo,

St. Paul Park, Afton, Lakeland, and

Marine on the St. Croix, and

Stillwater. In Cottage Grove, one

tree was blown down onto a house,

and lightning started a shed fire.

In Stillwater a garage and pickup

truck were damaged by a downed tree.

A tree house was also damaged when

the large branch it was supported

by was ripped from the tree.

Dakota County

St Paul Arpt 08 0311CST

A wind gust of 59 MPH was recorded

at Holman Field.

Steele County

Owatonna 08 0315CST

0320CST

A wind gust of 66 MPH was recorded

at the Owatonna Airport. A wind gust

of 61 MPH was reported in town by

emergency management. Trees and

limbs were downed onto homes and

vehicles across town. Five trees

were downed and garbage cans and

portable toilets were blown over in

city parks. A large industrial sized

garbage container was blown into the

street behind the Fire Department.

Dakota County

Hampton 08 0330CST

A few trees were downed across the

intersection of County Road 47 and

260th Street.

Dakota County

Burnsville 08 0430CST

A townhouse was burned down by a

fire triggered by lightning. Three

nearby townhouse units were damaged.

Wright County

Monticello 10 0250CST

Lightning struck a TV antenna on top

of a house on Meadow Lane. The bolt

traveled into the garage where it

started a fire. After the roof of

the garage caught fire, the flames

moved onto the roof of the home and

produced significant damage.

Mcleod County

Brownton 10 1330CST

Several citizens reported funnel

clouds in the area.

Sibley County

New Auburn 10 1335CST

Several citizens reported funnel

clouds in the area.

Redwood County

2 W Lucan 10 1354CST

Law enforcement reported seeing a

funnel cloud reach half way to the

ground, then lift back into the

clouds.

Renville County

5 W Fairfax 10 1507CST

A funnel cloud was spotted by law

enforcement.

Renville County

8 NW Fairfax 10 1510CST

A storm chaser reported a “pencil

shaped” funnel cloud.

Benton County

Sauk Rapids 10 1720CST

A funnel cloud was reported by law

enforcement near Highway 15.

Stearns County

3 W St Joseph to 10 1734CST 1 25

3 WNW St Joseph 1741CST

A storm chaser videotaped a tornado.

Stearns County

3 WNW St Joseph 10 1745CST 0.1 20

1746CST

A storm chaser spotted a tornado

near the intersection of Interstate

94 and Highway 2.

Stearns County

2 WNW St Joseph 10 1751CST 0.2 20

1752CST

A storm chaser spotted a tornado.

Stearns County

2 NW Sartell 10 1820CST 0.1 20

1821CST

A trained spotter saw a tornado

briefly touch down in an open field.

It kicked up dirt before lifting a

short time later.

Benton County

Rice 10 1837CST

A trained spotter reported a funnel

cloud.

Swift County

Appleton 10 1850CST

Law enforcement reported numerous

funnel clouds in and around Appleton.

One particular sighting was along

Highway 119 about 4.5 miles north of

town.

Stearns County

Belgrade 10 1855CST

Law enforcement reported a funnel

cloud at the intersection of county

roads 4 and 59.

Pope County

Cyrus 10 1935CST

Law enforcement reported a funnel

cloud.

Goodhue County

4 ENE Sogn 11 1150CST

A large barn was destroyed on a farm

near the intersection of Highway 1

and 85th Avenue in Leon Township,

Section 16. A building next to the

barn was damaged by flying debris.

The time was estimated.

Chisago County

5 NE Rush City 11 1523CST 0.1 20

1524CST

A citizen videotaped a tornado that

touched down just south of the Pine

County line near the intersection

of River Road and 540th Street

in a heavily wooded area. The

tornado downed some over at an angle

in this location before trees and

pushed other trees crossing the

border into Pine County.

Pope County

1 N Sedan 11 1633CST

A storm chaser reported a funnel cloud

just north of Sedan.

Stevens County

Morris 13 1617CST

Renville County

3 NW Morton 13 1700CST

Redwood County

Redwood Falls 13 1701CST

Scott County

New Prague 13 1705CST

1708CST

Brown County

New Ulm 13 1730CST

A tree in a marsh near the Minnesota

River was downed onto a power line.

Brown County

New Ulm 13 1735CST

Ramsey County

St Paul 13 1740CST

Minor tree branch and cars damage was

reported.

Scott County

New Prague 13 1740CST

The quantity of hail that fell was so

large that it had to be shoveled off

decks and sidewalks and scooped out of

gutters.

Scott County

Prior Lake 13 1740CST

Redwood County

2 N Wanda 13 1744CST

A trained spotter reported a funnel

cloud 2 miles north of Wanda or about 2

miles southeast of Wabasso.

Carver County

Countywide 13 1745CST

1800CST

A tree was downed in Victoria near the

intersection of Highway 7 and Smithtown

Road. A tree was downed near South

Shore Drive in Chanhassen. A tree fell

onto a power line near Mellgren Lane in

Chaska.

Douglas County

6 NW Alexandria 13 1745CST

Brown County

New Ulm 13 1748CST

1755CST

Ramsey County

St Paul 13 1755CST

1802CST

Quarter sized hail fell in Highland

Park.

Chippewa County

6 NW Gluek 13 1758CST

Douglas County

1 W Miltona 13 1758CST 0.1 20

The public reported a tornado just west

of Miltona. Trained spotters reported a

funnel cloud extending close to the

ground in this area but their view was

obstructed by trees so they could not

say for certain if the funnel touched

the ground.

Faribault County

Walters 13 1806CST

Redwood County

6 N Morgan 13 1806CST

Dime sized hail fell at the Lower

Sioux Agency.

Ramsey County

New Brighton 13 1808CST

Penny sized hail fell just north of

old Highway 8 and County Road D.

Chippewa County

11 N Montevideo 13 1810CST

1815CST

Several law enforcement officials

reported a funnel cloud.

Hennepin County

St Louis Park 13 1810CST

Chippewa County

5 NE Watson 13 1812CST

The public reported a funnel cloud.

Ramsey County

North St Paul 13 1819CST

Ramsey County

Maplewood 13 1820CST

1830CST

Leaves were stripped by penny sized

hail near the junction of Highway 61

and 36.

Swift County

Countywide 13 1820CST

1830CST

Dime sized hail was reported in

Holloway and Appleton.

Ramsey County

Vadnais Hgts 13 1822CST

1830CST

Washington County

Mahtomedi 13 1836CST

Scattered trees were downed.

Washington County

Woodbury 13 1838CST

Morrison County

2 S Freedhem 13 1845CST

Half of the roof of a barn was ripped

off on Jewell Road in Belle Prairie

Township, Section 14. A 2×4 from the

roof was found lodged in a nearby shed.

The time was estimated.

Pope County

Glenwood 13 1846CST

Isanti County

5 W Isanti to 13 1853CST

5 SW Isanti 1857CST

Pope County

3 NE Glenwood 13 1853CST

Rice County

4 W Faribault 13 1857CST

At least two trees and power lines were

downed. One felled tree blocked Second

Street Northeast and the top of the

tree landed on a vehicle. A flag pole

was also knocked down.

Sherburne County

2 S Princeton to 13 1857CST

3 S Princeton

Isanti County

Braham 13 1901CST

Eight inch diameter trees were downed

onto Highway 107.

Kanabec County

3 NE Warman 13 1905CST

A 12×24 foot garage built on skids was

destroyed.

Mille Lacs County

Princeton 13 1905CST

Chisago County

Wyoming 13 1910CST

The time was estimated.

Washington County

Forest Lake 13 1925CST

Todd County

Bertha 13 1945CST

Benton County

1 S Mayhew 20 0540CST

Douglas County

4 SW Evansville 20 0930CST

Four inch tree branches were downed.

Douglas County

8 N Kensington 20 0939CST

A county employee reported a funnel

cloud near the intersection of county

roads 25 and 56.

Douglas County

7 W Alexandria 20 0945CST

The public reported a funnel cloud near

the intersection of county roads 114

and 27.

Todd County

Hewitt 20 1000CST

A citizen measured a wind gust of 71

MPH with an anemometer.

Stevens County

3 N Hancock 20 1005CST

A chicken barn and a few sheds were

downed.

Pope County

5 E Cyrus 20 1015CST

1020CST

Dime sized hail fell for 5 minutes in

New Prairie Township, Section 36.

Todd County

3 W Long Prairie 20 1022CST

Morrison County

Little Falls 20 1030CST

Tree limbs were downed in the southwest

part of town.

Stearns County

4 N Brooten 20 1051CST

Stearns County

Albany 20 1056CST

Kandiyohi County

3 E Sunburg to 20 1059CST

1 E Sunburg 1105CST

Kandiyohi County

5 S Pennock 20 1105CST

Stearns County

St Cloud 20 1120CST

1132CST

Quarter sized hail was reported at

St. Cloud State University. Dime sized

hail fell at 12th Street near 25th

Avenue. Small branches were downed.

Stearns County

St Joseph 20 1120CST

Stearns County

Waite Park 20 1120CST

Kandiyohi County

Willmar Arpt 20 1121CST

A wind gust of 58 MPH was recorded at

the Willmar airport.

Stearns County

10 S St Cloud to 20 1124CST

19 S St Cloud

Kandiyohi County

Willmar 20 1126CST

1132CST

Kandiyohi County

Atwater 20 1127CST

A power line and tree branches were

downed.

Stearns County

St Cloud 20 1130CST

1300CST

Several roads were flooded, including

the intersection of 12th Street and

25th Avenue.

Benton County

4 SE Sauk Rapids 20 1135CST

Small branches and many leaves were

downed by the hail that fell 1 mile

north of the St. Cloud Regional

Airport.

Wright County

2 SSW Clearwater 20 1137CST

The top half of a chicken bam was blown

off along 17th Avenue in Linden

Township.

Sherburne County

2 W Orrock 20 1148CST

Sherburne County

2 W Orrock 20 1148CST

A large dump truck was forced off the

road by high winds.

Kandiyohi County

4 W Lake Lillian 20 1149CST

Benton County

3 N Sauk Rapids 20 1200CST

A 20-year-old birch tree was downed.

Renville County

Bechyn 20 1208CST

Chisago County

5 WNW Harris to 20 1210CST

3 SE North Branch 1215CST

Trees were downed.

Isanti County

Cambridge 20 1210CST

Trees were downed.

Anoka County

Countywide 20 1219CST

1230CST

Several trees were downed across the

county. Communities that sustained tree

damage included Anoka, Coon Rapids,

Fridley, and Columbia Heights.

Hennepin County

Champlin 20 1225CST

Numerous trees were downed.

Chisago County

North Branch 20 1230CST

Trees were downed across the southeast

part of town.

Hennepin County

Brooklyn Center 20 1230CST

Medium sized trees were downed.

Hennepin County

Minneapolis 20 1230CST

1245CST

Trees up to 5 inches in diameter were

downed around Lake of the Isles and

Lake Calhoun. A large oak tree was

downed in south Minneapolis. A trained

spotter recorded a wind gust of 65 MPH

on an anemometer.

Mcleod County

1 SW Hutchinson 20 1230CST

Anoka County

Spring Lake Park 20 1233CST

Chisago County

1 S Center City 20 1235CST

Trees and power lines were downed.

Hennepin County

Edina 20 1240CST

Trees were downed. The time was

estimated.

Washington County

Countywide 20 1240CST

1300CST

Moderate to large trees were downed

from Forest Lake to Hugo to Newport to

St. Paul Park.

Hennepin County

Minneapolis/St Paul 20 1244CST

A 58 MPH wind gust was recorded at

Minneapolis/St. Paul International

Airport.

Anoka County

Countywide 20 1245CST

1400CST

Highway 10 was closed by flooding in

Anoka. The city storm sewer system in

Anoka was overwhelmed by heavy

downpours and as a result water gushed

out of manhole covers. Road flooding

caused stalled vehicles in portions of

the county.

Carver County

7 W Waconia 20 1248CST

Renville County

Fairfax 20 1248CST

Dime sized hail fell on Highway 4 north

of town.

Carver County

Chaska to 20 1250CST

Chanhassen

Trees were downed.

Scott County

Shakopee 20 1250CST

Trees were downed.

Sibley County

4 W Gibbon 20 1250CST

Hennepin County

Richfield 20 1253CST

Branches up to 4 inches in diameter

were downed.

Scott County

4 S Prior Lake 20 1253CST

Branches up to 5 inches in diameter

were downed. A trained spotter recorded

a wind gust of 60 MPH.

Ramsey County

St Paul 20 1257CST

A trained spotter measured a 66 MPH

wind gust with a rooftop anemometer

near the intersection of Mississippi

River Boulevard and Cleveland in

Highland Park. A large tree branch was

downed across Cleveland Avenue and

other small branches up to 8 inches

in diameter were downed nearby.

Dakota County

2 W Mendota Hgts 20 1259CST

Golf ball sized hail was reported 3

miles east of Minneapolis/St. Paul

International Airport.

Chisago County

North Branch 20 1300CST

Power lines were downed.

Dakota County

Eagan 20 1300CST

A 6 inch diameter tree was downed.

Dakota County

Inver Grove Heights 20 1300CST

A small tree was downed.

Hennepin County

Countywide 20 1300CST

1500CST

Roads were covered in water and

drainage systems were overflowing in

Minneapolis. The intersection of 58th

Avenue and Emmerson was flooded up to

curb level. Flooding was also reported

in Minneapolis at the intersection of

Interstate 94 and Highway 55 and on

Broadway near West River Road. In

Robbinsdale a car became stalled in

flood waters at the intersection of

County Road 81 and 40th Street. Ponding

of water was reported on roads in

Osseo. High water damaged the

southbound bridge approach at Highway

169 at Interstate 694 in Maple Grove.

Ramsey County

Countywide 20 1300CST

1500CST

County Road C was impassable due to

flooding near the intersection of 35E

in Little Canada. An underpass on

Highway 36 in Maplewood was also

flooded. A spotter near the

intersection of Interstate 94 and

McKnight Road in Maplewood recorded

0.80 inches of rain in 15 minutes.

A spotter in St. Paul recorded 1.25

inches of rain in 30 minutes.

Renville County

Bird Island 20 1300CST

Power lines were downed.

Sibley County

3 E Gibbon 20 1300CST

Dakota County

West St Paul 20 1302CST

Roof damage was reported near the

intersection of Annapolis and Roberts

Street.

Hennepin County

Brooklyn Center 20 1310CST

An 8 inch diameter tree was downed.

Hennepin County

Minneapolis 20 1310CST

1330CST

Between 15 and 20 sailboats anchored to

buoys were overturned on Lake Calhoun.

Tree limbs up to 5 inches in diameter

were downed. A wooden fence was blown

over.

Ramsey County

Maplewood 20 1313CST

Dime sized hail fell at the

intersection of Interstate 94 and

McKnight Road.

Brown County

Sleepy Eye 20 1330CST

Hennepin County

Minneapolis 20 1330CST

Ramsey County

St Paul 20 1330CST

1340CST

A 1 foot diameter branch was downed at

the intersection of Snelling and

Montreal avenues. Another large tree

was downed near Lake Phalen. A wooden

fence was blown across the street in a

city neighborhood.

Ramsey County

St Paul 20 1340CST

Dakota County

Inver Grove Heights 20 1345CST

A small tree was downed.

Le Sueur County

3 SE Le Sueur 20 1355CST

Nicollet County

North Mankato 20 1355CST

A tree was downed.

Rice County

7 W Northfreld 20 1410CST

1510CST

Flooding was reported on the Highway

19 underpass at Interstate 35.

Blue Earth County

Lake Crystal 20 1430CST

Pea to dime sized hail fell south and

east of Lake Crystal. Crop damage was

reported.

Blue Earth County

Lake Crystal 20 1430CST

An empty 15,000 bushel grain bin was

blown into a barn a few miles south of

Lake Crystal. In addition the roof of a

hog barn was ripped off and power lines

were downed nearby.

Blue Earth County

Amboy 20 1445CST

1545CST

A total of 1.8 inches of rain fell in

one hour.

Watonwan County

1 E St James 20 1445CST

Martin County

Truman 20 1450CST

Waseca County

1 N New Richland 20 1455CST

Power lines were downed.

Martin County

Truman 20 1500CST

1600CST

Street flooding was reported in Truman.

Faribault County

Countywide 20 1530CST

Several trees up to 7 inches in

diameter were downed across the western

portion of the county including in the

communities of Winnebago and Blue

Earth.

Martin County

Sherburn 20 1534CST

Martin County

Northrop 20 1543CST

Martin County

Fairmont 20 1545CST

1547CST

Nickel to quarter sized hail fell.

Freeborn County

Albert Lea 20 1555CST

A few trees were downed. A large branch

was downed onto a power line.

Mcleod County

Glencoe 20 1615CST

Large branches were downed.

Rice County

Lonsdale 20 1714CST

Rice County

5 SW Northfield 20 1735CST

Sibley County

Arlington 24 0415CST

Sixty trees up to 3 feet in diameter

were downed. The most concentrated area

of damage was on the east side of town.

The tin roof of a shed was also blown

off.

Sibley County

Gaylord 24 0415CST

0430CST

Several large trees, power lines, and

many branches were downed across the

city. Trees fell onto homes on Division

Street and Seventh Street. Six trees

were lost on the Gaylord Game

Protective League grounds just east of

town. A branch nearly 2 feet in

diameter fell onto a car on Fourth

Street. The roof of the visitors dugout

at Walsh Field was blown off. The high

winds continued for nearly 15 minutes

according to the city police.

Sibley County

Green Isle to 24 0430CST

Henderson 0440CST

Tree limbs up to 1 foot in diameter

were downed. Building damage was

reported in Green Isle. One tree was

downed onto power lines and fell across

County Road 64 near the border of

Washington Lake and Jessenland

townships.

Carver County

Hamburg 24 0444CST

Sibley County

11 ESE Green Isle 24 0450CST

The canvas cover of a large hoop barn

that was home to 40 head of cattle was

stripped off and ripped to pieces at a

farm in Section 25 of Faxton Township.

A soybean field and corn field on the

property were heavily damaged by hail

of unknown size.

Scott County

Belle Plaine 24 0502CST

0509CST

A 67 MPH wind gust was measured by a

MNDOT sensor at 6:02 AM CDT. Trees up

to 10 inches in diameter were downed.

Scott County

New Prague 24 0504CST

0509CST

Law enforcement officers reported a

wind gust measured at 65 MPH. Trees up

to 2 feet in diameter and power lines

were downed. A few downed trees

damaged homes and cars, and several

large branches littered streets. A

dugout at the New Prague High School

softball field was lifted up and

deposited on a nearby shed. An awning

on a building on East Main Street was

torn away.

Scott County

4 SE St Patrick to 24 0515CST

4 E St Patrick 0520CST

A 4 mile long path of concentrated wind

damage was discovered across Cedar Lake

Township. The path of damage started

near the intersection of Highway 13 and

270th Street East and continued to the

east northeast across Cedar Lake and

ended near the intersection of highways

85 and 56. Several trees and power

lines were downed along the path of the

high winds. Homes in this damage path

sustained shingle and siding damage.

One outbuilding near the intersection

of Highway 2 and Vergus Avenue had its

roof partially removed. Wood and

insulation from the roof was blown up

to 1500 feet away from the structure.

A garage door on a large storage

building was damaged nearby. Many trees

were felled around Cedar Lake. On Cedar

Lake Drive a pontoon boat was raised

off its lift and thrown upside down

onto the shoreline.

Dakota County

Apple Vly 24 0527CST

A 3 inch diameter tree limbs were

downed at the intersection of Cedar

Avenue and 157th Street.

Dakota County

1 W Lakeville to 24 0530CST

Lakeville

Large trees were downed in a corridor

stretching from the southern edge of

Lake Marion to the southern half of

Lakeville. A few trees fell onto homes,

cars, and power lines. City officials

reported the loss of 50 boulevard trees

and damage to limbs on hundreds of

others in town. Seventeen large trees

were lost in Aronson and Antlers Park

and at the Lakeville Area Arts Center.

A 10-foot-tall white fence was blown

down.

Dakota County

Farmington 24 0540CST

Over 400 trees up to 3 feet in diameter

and many power lines were downed across

the city by winds estimated up to 70

MPH. Many trees blocked roads and a

handful of trees fell onto buildings

and cars. The damage was so widespread

that a state of emergency was put in

place shortly after the storm ended

until streets could be cleared.

Dakota County

Hastings 24 0552CST

Several power lines and trees up to 2

feet in diameter were downed. A few

downed trees damaged homes. The hardest

hit area was just north of County Road

47 and south of Highway 55.

Meeker County

Forest City 27 1510CST

Hail up to the size of quarters fell on

Highway 24. A car was dented by the

hail.

Meeker County

3 S Watkins 27 1510CST

1535CST

Hail began to fall at the size of

walnuts and gradually decreased to the

size of dimes 25 minutes later.

Stearns County

Kimball 27 1520CST

Yellow Medicine

County

Wood Lake 27 1522CST

Stearns County

1 W Fairhaven 27 1545CST

Wright County

South Haven 27 1603CST

Sherburne County

Becker 27 1612CST

Hennepin County

Robbinsdale 27 1627CST

Quarter sized hail fell at North

Memorial Hospital.

Anoka County

Hilltop 27 1633CST

Sherburne County

5 N Big Lake 27 1637CST

Trees up to 18 inches in diameter were

downed.

Ramsey County

New Brighton 27 1640CST

Penny sized hail fell near Highview

School.

Blue Earth County

Mankato 27 1700CST

Isanti County

11 W Isanti 27 1700CST

A tree was downed across County Road 7

about one mile of Spencer Brook.

Wright County

3 E Albertville 27 1705CST

Penny sized hail fell in Otsego

Township.

Blue Earth County

3 NE Good Thunder 27 1710CST

1713CST

Hennepin County

Crystal 27 1715CST

Four large trees were downed. One tree

fell onto a home.

Rice County

Morristown 27 1730CST

Waseca County

10 W Janesville 27 1730CST

1732CST

A “rope-shaped” funnel cloud was

observed for 2 minutes west of

Janesville.

Anoka County

Countywide 27 1740CST

1800CST

Trees were downed in Coon Rapids,

Fridley, and Columbia Heights.

Waseca County

9 S Waseca 27 1752CST

Chisago County

Chisago City 27 1753CST

Tree limbs, power lines, and a

transformer were downed.

Waseca County

5 N Waldorf 27 1755CST

Penny sized hail fell near Waldorf and

Alma City.

Ramsey County

White Bear Lake 27 1800CST

A tree was downed onto power and

telephone lines near the intersection

of Stewart Avenue and Fourth Street.

Rice County

Northfield 27 1802CST

1810CST

Two foot diameter trees were downed on

the St. Olaf College campus. Trees were

also downed near the intersection of

Lincoln Parkway and Second Street, and

on Decker Avenue. A tree was downed

onto a house on North Linden Street. A

tree felled onto a power line started a

fire at Ivanhoe Avenue. A utility pole

was broken on Cedar Avenue.

Hennepin County

Ft Snelling 27 1828CST

Penny sized hail fell at the Fort

Snelling ball fields.

Waseca County

Waseca 27 1833CST

Quarter sized hail fell just south of

the Waseca Federal Correction

Institution. Dime to nickel size hail

fell in town.

Waseca County

4 S Waseca 27 1835CST

A tree was downed onto a power line on

County Road 4 near Wilton Bridge.

Dakota County

Burnsville 27 1840CST

Penny sized hail fell near Burnsville

Center Mall.

Stevens County

Morris 29 1610CST

A tree was downed.

Swift County

3 N Holloway 29 1625CST

1630CST

Swift County

3 N Holloway 29 1625CST

A tree was downed.

Pope County

2 N Cyrus 29 1642CST

The fire department estimated a wind

gust of 60 to 70 MPH.

Pope County

3 NW Lowry 29 1705CST

A wind gust of 60 MPH was estimated by

the fire department at the intersection

of Highway 55 and 310th Avenue.

Douglas County

Garfield 29 1710CST

Twelve trees were downed.

Redwood County

2 E Milroy 29 1710CST

A trained spotter reported a funnel

cloud.

Douglas County

5 NE Garfield 29 1712CST

Fifty trees were downed near Pilgrim

Point off County Road 34 on the shore

of Lake Ida. A campground on the point

sustained damage to its dining hall

including blown out windows. In

addition, a car was damaged by a downed

tree, power lines were downed, and a

propane tank was uplifted.

Douglas County

5 N Alexandria 29 1715CST

Trees were felled onto several houses.

near county roads 11 and 34.

Douglas County

Alexandria 29 1730CST

1830CST

Legion Park, between 8th and 9th

avenues, was flooded by heavy

downpours.

Douglas County

Alexandria 29 1730CST

A tree was downed at the intersection

of 6th Avenue and Cedar Street.

Pope County

3 WSW Glenwood to 29 1730CST

Glenwood 1738CST

Quarter sized hail fell between County

Road 18 and Highway 29 from Starbuck to

Long Beach to Glenwood.

Douglas County

Osakis 29 1740CST

Trees were downed onto power lines at

the intersection of Highway 27 and

County Road 3.

Pope County

Glenwood to 29 1750CST

Long Beach

Several trees and power lines were

downed. A truck was damaged on First

Avenue SW by a downed tree. A home on

First Avenue NE was struck by a pine

tree that was snapped off at its base.

A city vehicle shed was blown apart on

the north side of town and the roof was

deposited 100 yards away. Several

downed trees blocked South Lakeshore

Drive. Several pontoon boats and the

lifts they were attached to were blown

into Lake Minnewaska.

Todd County

Staples 29 1750CST

A few trees were downed.

Stearns County

7 S Sauk Centre 29 1751CST

A trained spotter reported via HAM

Radio that they witnessed a funnel

cloud from a vantage point 7 miles

south of Sauk Center.

Douglas County

12 SE Alexandria 29 1755CST

Four inch tree branches were downed

onto Interstate 94.

Douglas County

2 S Osakis 29 1800CST

Dime sized hail fell at the Interstate

94 exit to Osakis.

Pope County

Glenwood 29 1800CST

1930CST

A dirt berm had to be constructed on

Highway 28-29 to stop flood waters from

flowing across the highway near the

fairgrounds on the northwest side of

town. Low lying property and a few

roads nearby were flooded. An estimated

2.5 inches of rain fell in 30 minutes

in Glenwood.

Todd County

Long Prairie 29 1815CST

A few trees were downed.

Watonwan County

4 WNW La Salle 29 1817CST

1832CST

Pea to quarter sized hail fell for 15

minutes.

Watonwan County

Darfur 29 1820CST

Brown County

4 WSW Hanska 29 1836CST

1840CST

A funnel cloud was reported via HAM

radio about 2 miles northeast of

Godahl near the intersection of County

Road 4 and 132.

Brown County

3 SW Hanska 29 1849CST

Watonwan County

3 NW Madelia to 29 1851CST

3 NNW Madelia 1859CST

A tornado that touched down northwest

of Madelia was witnessed by numerous

spotters, law enforcement officials,

and storm chasers. It first touched

down on farmland in Riverdale Township,

Section 13, along County Road 3. It

slightly damaged a nearby farmhouse and

a cornfield along 790th Avenue about

1/2 mile north of County Road 3. The

tornado crossed into Madelia Township

where it downed a few trees and

branches before dissipating.

Renville County

7 S Olivia 29 1855CST

Martin County

Sherburn 29 1900CST

Martin County

Dunnell 29 1915CST

Martin County

Sherburn 29 1918CST

Martin County

Trimont 29 1920CST

Blue Earth County

6 ENE Lake Crystal 29 1922CST 0.1 20

A storm chaser witnessed a tornado

briefly touch down near Minneopa State

Park.

Blue Earth County

Cambria 29 1924CST

A storm chaser reported a funnel cloud

about 8 miles east of County Road 15.

Meeker County

5 SSW Watkins 29 1928CST

Penny sized hail fell at Clear Lake.

Blue Earth County

10 W Mankato 29 1935CST

A trained spotter reported a lowering

funnel cloud about 3 miles south of

Judson on County Road 11. A HAM radio

operator also reported seeing this

funnel cloud from a vantage point at

the intersection of County Road 13 and

512th Street about 2 miles north of

North Mankato in Nicollet County.

Nicollet County

1 N St George 29 1935CST

Watonwan County

3 E Darfur 29 1935CST

Brown County

4 W New Ulm 29 1937CST

Morrison County

1 W Pierz 29 1940CST

Martin County

3 W Sherburn 29 1945CST

Golf ball sized hail fell at the

intersection of Interstate 90 and

County Road 7.

Martin County

Truman 29 1945CST

An 8 inch diameter tree branch was

downed.

Mcleod County

4 NE Stewart 29 1949CST

Mcleod County

4 NE Stewart 29 1949CST

An 18 inch diameter tree and a few 8

inch diameter tree branches were downed

at the intersection of County Road 7

and 110th Street. A tree branch took

down power lines on Unit Avenue.

Nicollet County

1 N St Peter 29 2000CST 0.1 20

A storm chaser witnessed a tornado

briefly touch down.

Mcleod County

4 N Glencoe 29 2010CST

A portion of the roof of a trailer home

was blown off on Essex Court.

Mille Lacs County

1 SW Wahkon 29 2010CST

2014CST

Martin County

Truman 29 2012CST

Blue Earth County

Mankato 29 2014CST

Faribault County

3 N Winnebago 29 2020CST

A downed tree smashed a grain wagon.

Anoka County

Coon Rapids 29 2030CST

Trees were downed. The time was

estimated.

Chisago County

Chisago City 29 2030CST

Large branches were downed onto power

lines.

Carver County

3 W Gotha 29 2042CST

Nickel sized hail fell at the

intersection of County Road 153 and

County Road 50.

Anoka County

11 SE East Bethel 29 2045CST

A 14-year-old boy was indirectly struck

by lightning in the basement of a home

near the intersection of 170th and

Bender in Section 11 of Columbus

Township. He was reaching for a glass

on a table when he saw a blue flash by

his feet and felt a sudden pain in his

back. He was taken to a local hospital

for evaluation. The time was estimated.

Mille Lacs County

Countywide 29 2045CST

2300CST

Several roads were covered by water

including 100th Avenue and 45th Avenue

just south of Highway 27. Rainfall

amounts of 3.5 to 4.5 inches were

reported in the Isle, Onamia, and

Wahkon areas. Most of the rain fell in

one hour.

Carver County

Chaska 29 2053CST

Dime sized hail fell at the

intersection of Highway 41 and County

Road 11.

Carver County

Chaska 29 2053CST

Trees and a few power lines were

downed.

Dakota County

Eagan 29 2100CST

Dakota County

Mendota Hgts 29 2100CST

Morrison County

Countywide 29 2100CST

2300CST

A total of 3.25 inches of rain was

recorded in 30 minutes 5 miles south

of Fort Ripley.

Dakota County

Burnsville 29 2104CST

Dime to nickel sized hail fell at the

intersection of Cliff Road and

Nicollet.

Waseca County

3 E Otisco 29 2117CST

The roof of a shed was blown off at a

farm on 160th Street.

Carver County

Chaska 29 2119CST

Tree branches up to 4 inches in

diameter were downed.

Waseca County

Waseca 29 2119CST

Trees were downed.

Waseca County

4 E Waseca 29 2120CST

Penny sized hail fell near the Waseca

and Steele County border east of

Waseca.

Waseca County

2 NW Waseca 29 2120CST

An outbuilding at a farm was destroyed

by a lightning-related fire on 110th

Street in Section 36 of Iosco Township.

The time was estimated.

Waseca County

3 E Waseca 29 2120CST

A bolt of lightning struck the fascia

of a home on 368th Avenue and came out

through the siding. Three people

inside the structure felt tingling

immediately after the bolt hit, but

were uninjured. The time was estimated.

Steele County

Meriden 29 2125CST

An 18 inch diameter tree was downed

onto Highway 14 in Meridan Township.

Washington County

Stillwater 29 2130CST

At least 12 trees up to 50 feet tall

and 20 inches in diameter were downed

in the Norcrest Avenue area.

Goodhue County

Cannon Falls 29 2135CST

A tree was downed.

Goodhue County

Kenyon 29 2135CST

Two trees were downed. One tree fell

onto a garage.

Washington County

2 SSE Lake Elmo 29 2140CST

Eleven power poles were snapped along

Manning Avenue (County Road 15) south

of County Road 10 near Oak-Land Junior

High School.

Washington County

Oakdale to 29 2140CST

Lake Elmo

A few trees and power lines were

downed.

Washington County

Woodbury 29 2148CST

A citizen on Duckwood Trail recorded a

wind gust of 59 MPH. A tree on the

property was downed onto a deck. More

than 50 trees were downed across the

city, mainly south of Valley Creek Road

and west of Woodbury Drive. The Colby

Lake development was hardest hit. One

home lost a corner of its roof and yard

objects were thrown around.

Goodhue County

Red Wing 29 2200CST

Several trees were downed. One downed

tree blocked a road.

St. Louis County

3 S Orr 05 2208CST

Many large trees were blown down.

Crow Wing County

Ft Ripley 08 0214CST

Pine County

4 SE Rock Creek to 11 1525CST 8 20

8 E Pine City 1535CST

The tornado began in Chisago County and

traveled into Pine County, crossing

Highway 70. It traveled over rural

areas, causing damage to trees. The

tornado did not affect any structures.

Pine County

17 ESE Hinckley to 11 1600CST 6 25

23 E Hinckley 1605CST

This tornado traveled through St. Croix

State Park. Numerous trees were blown

down and uprooted. Fortunately, the

tornado missed the camping and swimming

areas.

Pine County

6 E Askov 11 1620CST 0.1 20

The tornado touch down briefly in an

open, rural area.

Cass County

Pine River 20 1015CST

Sixty-three trees were uprooted at the

Pine River Country Club.

Crow Wing County

7 N Brainerd 20 1049CST

Cass County

Leader 20 1051CST

A pontoon was swamped on Gull Lake. All

passengers aboard were rescued.

Crow Wing County

4 S Merrifield 20 1107CST

Trees were blown down and blocked

Highway 3.

Crow Wing County

Merrifield 20 1130CST

Trees were blown down around County

Road 127 and Ojibway Road, and by

County Roads 3 and 115, resulting in

power outages.

Pine County

1 SW Hinckley 20 1213CST

Koochiching County

Little Fork 23 1830CST

Strong thunderstorm winds hit the

Little Fork area. On County Road 73 a

mobile home was overturned, large

trees were blown down, breaking windows

and causing other structural damage.

Also, a pole barn collapsed. On County

Road 8, a barn collapsed, two sheds

were blown into the woods, and over

100 trees were uprooted.

Koochiching County

Ray 23 1908CST

Two trees were blown down. Branches

were blown down as well.

St. Louis County

Kabetogama 23 1917CST

Power lines and trees were blown down

in the Kabetogama and Ash River Trail

areas. A 420 foot tower was blown over.

St. Louis County

9 NE Orr 23 1930CST

Strong thunderstorm winds took down

trees and phone lines in the Camp 5

Township, including the Elephant Lake

and Ash River areas.

Itasca County

5 NW Grand Rapids 23 2025CST

Trees were blown down and power was

lost.

Crow Wing County

Cross Lake 23 2100CST

Trees were blown down, causing power

outages.

Crow Wing County

Cross Lake 23 2115CST

Cass County

4 NE Walker 26 1530CST

Trees were blown down and a boat lift

was thrown 50 feet.

Cass County

12 SW Backus 26 1635CST

Cass County

1 N Pine River 26 1654CST

1710CST

Also, winds were blowing at 40 mph.

Itasca County

Bowstring 27 1418CST

Trees were blown down at Riley’s

Supper Club.

St. Louis County

Orr 27 1430CST

Trees were blown down and power was

lost.

Aitkin County

Hill City 27 1431CST

Trees were blown down.

Aitkin County

2 E Hill City 27 1433CST

St. Louis County

Cook 27 1440CST

Numerous trees were blown down.

Cass County

Outing 29 1800CST

Downed power lines left 300 people

without electricity from Longville to

Outing.

Cass County

Federal Dam 29 1807CST

Trees were blown down, including a 50

foot pine.

Crow Wing County

Nisswa 29 1835CST

Trees and power lines were blown down.

Crow Wing County

13 S Brainerd 29 1945CST

Hundreds of electric customers were

without power as high winds downed

power lines and lightning hit

transformers.

Pine County

5 N Finlayson 29 2120CST

About 50 homes lost power as trees fell

on power lines.

MINNESOTA, Northwest

Wilkin County

4 SW Campbell 02 1430CST

1.2 inches of rain also fell in 30

minutes.

Wilkin County

1 W Rothsay 02 1432CST

The wind gust was measured by a MN DOT

RWIS sensor.

Clay County

5 S Hitterdal 02 1700CST

03 0600CST

Several section roads were flooded

south of Hitterdal and west of highway

32

Wilkin County

Tenney 02 1705CST

03 0600CST

Ditches were full with fields and farm

yards flooded.

Wilkin County

Breckenridge 07 0515CST

1200CST

2.5 inches of rain fell in an hour,

flooding city streets.

Grant County

Hoffman 08 0000CST

Wilkin County

Campbell 08 0002CST

4 inch diameter branches were blown

down.

MNZ029 Wilkin

08 0700CST

17 0300CST

The Red River at Wahpeton/Breckenridge

had 3 crests above its moderate flood

stage during the month of June. These 3

occurred in near succession, one around

12.9 feet on June 9th, the second

around 12.7 feet on June 12th, and the

third around 13.1 feet on June 15th.

The Bois de Sioux River spilled over

its banks south of Breckenridge,

flooding several township roads. The

U.S. Highway 75 underpass north of Kent

was closed due to high water.

Clay County

Felton 11 1530CST 0.2 100

1531CST

The tornado briefly touched down in

Felton. Many large trees were uprooted

or snapped off. Some roof damage was

also reported from broken tree

branches.

Clay County

Moorhead 11 1530CST

2130CST

The official National Weather Service

cooperative observer reported 2.40

inches of rain in a short period of

time. Many streets and underpasses were

flooded. Several people had to be

pulled out of flooded roads.

Grant County

2 SE Hoffman 13 1745CST

This funnel cloud formed near the

county line.

Otter Tail County

1 W Parkers Prairie 13 1810CST

A wall cloud with pendant funnel was

seen moving to the north.

Otter Tail County

8 N Parkers Prairie to 13 1823CST 0.5 50

8.5 N Parkers Prairie 1825CST

The tornado stayed in a wildlife area

to the west of highway 29.

Wadena County

1 SW Aldrich 13 2010CST

A brief funnel was reported.

MNZ007 West Marshall

14 0300CST

27 2000CST

The Red River at Oslo (MN) rose to a

crest around 35.5 feet on June 19th.

Moderate flooding occurs at Oslo when

the Red River reaches a height of 30

feet.

MNZ003 Clay

15 1800CST

20 2000CST

The Red River in Fargo/Moorhead rose to

a crest around 28.19 feet on June 18th.

Moderate flooding occurs at

Fargo/Moorhead when the Red River

reaches a height of 27 feet. This was

the second highest summer crest on

record. The highest summer crest of

33.26 feet occurred on July 4, 1975.

The flooding Red River affected

recreational paths, golf courses, and

bridges.

MNZ001 West Polk

17 0200CST

19 0600CST

The Red River at East Grand Forks (MN)

rose to a crest around 40.36 feet on

June 18th. Moderate flooding occurs at

East Grand Forks when the Red River

reaches a height of 40 feet. This was

the second highest summer crest on

record. The highest summer crest of

43.08 feet occurred on July 14, 1975.

East Grand Forks closed the 4th street

northwest off-ramp from U.S. Highway 2.

Kittson County

2 N St Vincent 19 0600CST

A 77 mph wind gust was measured at the

Emerson port of entry.

Kittson County

1 N Humboldt 19 0615CST

A pole barn was blown down.

Marshall County

4 NE Alvarado 19 1600CST

Marshall County

5 ESE Warren 19 1605CST

Polk County

6 NNW Tabor 19 1605CST

Roseau County

10 NW Greenbush 19 1700CST

Polk County

East Grand Forks 19 1740CST

The hail fell on the northeast side of

town.

Polk County

8 NE East Grand Fork 19 1745CST

A wall cloud with a funnel was

reported.

Polk County

2 NE Sherack 19 1755CST

Polk County

3 NNW Euclid 19 1808CST 0.2 50

Two funnels were reported at the time

and one briefly touched down near the

intersection of U.S. Highway 75 and

county road 21.

Beltrami County

5 NE Waskish 19 2010CST

Dime to nickle sized hail was reported.

Beltrami County

3 S Kelliher 19 2300CST

20 0800CST

Water flowed over highway 72 from

Cormorant Creek and Battle River.

Beltrami County

Blackduck 19 2351CST

A sheriffs deputy reported trees bent

over and blinding rain.

Hubbard County

11 S Akeley 20 0400CST

Wilkin County

Kent 20 0830CST

Grant County

Norcross 20 0910CST

Trees were blown down.

Grant County

Wendell 20 0910CST

10 inch diameter trees were blown down.

Otter Tail County

3 NE Vergas 20 0922CST

Otter Tail County

3 NE Vergas 20 0922CST

Grant County

Ashby 20 0925CST

Two trees and numerous branches were

blown down.

Otter Tail County

Fergus Falls 20 0925CST

Several trees were blown down, one

falling on a power line. A traffic

signal was torn off a pole and two

cars had minor damage from falling

trees.

Otter Tail County

10 N Fergus Falls 20 0925CST

A work shed was ripped to pieces and

another shed was blown away.

Significant damage also occurred to

the roof and a wall of the home. A

solid steel weather vane was bent and

many trees were blown down.

Otter Tail County

5 N Fergus Falls 20 0925CST

Power lines were snapped off by the

strong wind.

Otter Tail County

5 E Erhard 20 0931CST

Large tree branches were blown down.

Otter Tail County

3 ESE Phelps 20 0934CST

Highway 72 was closed near the

southwest corner of Otter Tail Lake,

as many trees were blown down onto the

road.

Otter Tail County

Battle Lake 20 0935CST

A metal storage shed was blown apart

and lifted into some nearby power

lines.

Otter Tail County

Otter Tail Lake 20 0935CST

Hundreds of trees were uprooted or

damaged. Widespread damage also

occurred to boats, docks, and boat

lifts on Otter Tail Lake. Wave erosion

also occurred on beaches. One lake

resident said the storm produced the

highest storm lake surge since 1948. A

metal patio chair was thrown through a

ground floor window at one cabin.

Highway 78 was closed for a time as

fallen trees made it impassable. An

estimated $2.9 million was spent by

the county for cleanup and debris

removal. This figure did not include

damage or cleanup expenses at

residential or business properties.

Otter Tail County

3 SW Ottertail 20 0935CST

Hundreds of trees were blown over at

the Balmoral Golf Course, making it

unplayable for nearly a week. This was

the second consecutive summer the golf

course was hit with high winds and

tremendous tree damage.

Otter Tail County

1 S Phelps 20 0935CST

Dozens of trees were blown down and

power was lost. One tree fell on a van,

crushing it.

Otter Tail County

1 SW Richville 20 0935CST

A 3-foot diameter tree fell on a

mobile home, injuring the man inside.

The mobile home was destroyed, and it

took an hour to free the man.

Grant County

4 N Barrett 20 0940CST 0.2 100

0941CST

A brief touchdown occurred near Pomme

De Terre River. A few trees were

knocked over by winds estimated to be

around 100 mph.

Otter Tail County

9 SSW Perham 20 0941CST

A funnel cloud was seen dipping down

from the parent wall cloud.

Otter Tail County

4 WNW Ottertail to 20 0944CST 4 200

Ottertail 0952CST

Large trees were uprooted and a roof

was torn off a house. The top was torn

off a wooden grain elevator in

Ottertail and a nearby grain bin was

bent inward. A gas pump was blown over

at a convenience store, causing a fire.

The tornado also tore the roof off a

business in Ottertail and destroyed

its sign. A delivery truck was lifted

off the ground and thrown 20 feet onto

a nearby car.

Otter Tail County

5 N Ottertail 20 0950CST

The strong winds damaged boats, docks,

and boat lifts around Rush Lake. Many

trees were also blown down.

Otter Tail County

Perham 20 0950CST

Numerous trees were broken or uprooted

in and around Perham. One tree fell on

a car. Tree damage also occurred along

U.S. Highway 10.

Otter Tail County

1 NW Henning 20 1000CST

A semi truck and trailer were blown

off U.S. Highway 10 and overturned.

Otter Tail County

Heinola 20 1005CST

A barn was blown over and a large metal

bale feeder was tossed across the

farmyard.

Otter Tail County

1.5 SSW Heinola 20 1005CST

Uprooted trees broke windows and

damaged the siding on a house. Two

trampolines were thrown into nearby

trees.

Otter Tail County

New York Mills 20 1005CST

Numerous large trees were blown down

or uprooted. Trees fell on cars and

homes.

Otter Tail County

7 SW New York Mills 20 1005CST

A barn was pushed off its foundation

and a horse was injured.

Otter Tail County

New York Mills Arpt 20 1005CST

An insulated shed was destroyed and

debris was thrown 300 feet to the east.

A camping trailer parked at the airport

was tipped over.

Otter Tail County

Deer Creek 20 1008CST

Large trees were uprooted and cracked.

A garage was blown about a foot off its

foundation. Metal siding was torn off

and wrapped around a stop sign.

Otter Tail County

3 S Bluffton to 20 1014CST 0.3 200

3 SSE Bluffton 1015CST

A potato warehouse was completely torn

apart by the tornado and debris was

scattered several hundred feet

downwind (east). Other nearby

structures were not seriously damaged.

A turkey barn roof was also partially

removed. Estimated wind speeds were

around 150 mph.

Wadena County

Wadena 20 1015CST

Trees were blown down all around

Wadena. Trees fell on buildings, cars,

and power lines. A church under

construction lost its roof and a wall

collapsed. The strong winds slammed a

man into a wall. The man went to the

emergency room, but suffered no

major injuries.

Wadena County

Wadena Arpt 20 1015CST

The AWOS at the airport measured a 76

mph wind gust.

Wadena County

3 S Wadena 20 1018CST

Large trees were uprooted and power

poles snapped. Widespread power

outages were reported.

Wadena County

1 S Sebeka 20 1020CST

Large trees were blown down across

U.S. Highway 71.

Wadena County

Verndale 20 1020CST

Trees were uprooted by the strong wind

and 2 fell on a house. Trees also fell

on power lines and blocked city

streets.

Wadena County

3 ENE Blue Grass 20 1030CST

Many large oak and pine trees were

uprooted or snapped off.

Wadena County

Aldrich 20 1035CST

Many large trees were blown down or

snapped off.

Kittson County

2 N Hallock 23 1516CST

Kittson County

Lancaster 23 1520CST

Three grain bins were blown apart and

thrown onto the nearby railroad tracks.

An old garage was damaged and shingles

were blown off a house.

Kittson County

Orleans to 23 1522CST 1 200

1 NE Orleans 1525CST

A brief touchdown occurred in Orleans.

The tornado destroyed six large grain

bins at the elevator and one small

storage shed. Peak winds were

estimated at 120 mph.

Kittson County

Humboldt 23 1530CST

An NDAWN sensor measured the wind gust.

Kiittson County

Hallock 23 1550CST

A persistent wall cloud with pendant

funnel cloud was observed moving

east-southeast.

Kittson County

Donaldson 23 1555CST

A MNDOT RWIS sensor measured the 60 mph

wind gust.

Lake Of The Woods

County

Angle Inlet 23 1605CST

Nickle to quarter-sized hail was

reported.

Lake Of The Woods

County

Angle Inlet 23 1605CST

1620CST

Around 68 trees were uprooted at Angle

Outpost Resort. Three 700-pound piers

were pulled out of the dock area and

three boats were tossed on shore. The

strong winds blew for about 15 minutes.

Over one thousand trees were blown down

from French Narrows and Fort Charles

down into the Northwest Angle. Windows

were blown out of several cabins in

the area.

Lake Of The Woods

County

7 SE Angle Inlet to 23 1615CST 5 100

3 S Oak Is 1625CST

The tornado tracked from the east end

of the Northwest Angle, out onto the

Lake of the Woods to about 3 miles

south of Oak Island. The

tornado-waterspout was seen from the

shore of Little Oak Island. Numerous

trees were uprooted or snapped off on

the Northwest Angle. Estimated peak

winds were 100 mph.

Polk County

5 WNW Fisher to 23 1622CST 2 200

3 WNW Fisher 1626CST

Well-built garage walls and a roof were

torn off a home. Steel grain bins were

ripped off their foundations and thrown

through the air. A 36×100 foot

hip-roofed barn was torn from its

foundation and demolished. Peak winds

were estimated at 150 mph.

Lake Of The Woods

County

Angle Inlet 23 1625CST

Polk County

3 N Fisher 23 1630CST

Several large trees were blown down in

a shelterbelt.

Polk County

5 NW Crookston 23 1633CST

The roofing and sidewalls were

violently torn from two pole sheds and

blown to the east. Numerous trees were

uprooted or snapped off.

Polk County

5 NE Fisher to 23 1634CST 1.5 200

6.5 NE Fisher 1637CST

Two steel grains bins were ripped off

their foundations with debris thrown

for about a half-mile to the northeast.

Peak winds were estimated at 120 mph.

Polk County

4 NNW Crookston 23 1636CST

Several large trees were blown down by

the strong wind. Shingles were torn

off two homes.

Roseau County

Fox 23 1637CST

The roof was blown off a house.

Polk County

Crookston Muni Arpt 23 1638CST

A 108 mph wind gust was measured by

the Crookston AWOS. Several airport

hangers sustained roof damage.

Polk County

3 N Crookston 23 1640CST

The roof was torn off a barn and two

steel grain bins were blown down.

Polk County

7 WNW Mentor 23 1644CST 0.2 50

1645CST

The tornado formed on the south edge

of a downburst wind core. The tornado

was observed in a field just south of

U.S. Highway 2 at Marcoux Corner.

MINNESOTA, Northwest

Red Lake County

1 WSW Dorothy 23 1645CST

Polk County

6 SE Euclid to 23 1648CST 4 100

7 E Euclid 1659CST

The tornado formed on the northern edge

of a downburst wind core. Trees were

snapped off in shelterbelts and

shingles torn off roofs. Estimated peak

wind speeds were 110 mph. The tornado

continued into Red Lake county.

Pennington County

6 W St Hilaire 23 1650CST

Pennington County

1 E St Hilaire 23 1655CST

Red Lake County

3 S Dorothy 23 1655CST

The end walls were blown out of a pole

shed. Numerous large trees were snapped

off or uprooted.

Red Lake County

2 NW Dorothy to 23 1659CST 1 100

3 NNW Dorothy 1702CST

This tornado originated 6 miles

southeast of Euclid in Polk county. It

tracked for about a mile in Red Lake

county, snapping off trees in

shelterbelts. Estimated peak winds were

110 mph.

Marshall County

3 E Gatzke 23 1707CST

A MNDOT RWIS site measured the 68 mph

wind gust.

Norman County

5 ESE Shelly 23 1710CST

Pennington County

Goodridge 23 1715CST

Trees were blown down and some shingle

damage was reported.

Polk County

6 N Erskine 23 1720CST

A MNDOT RWIS site measured the 58 mph

wind gust.

Polk County

2 E Fertile 23 1720CST 0.2 50

1721CST

A brief tornado touchdown was reported

east of Fertile.

Red Lake County

4 S Brooks 23 1720CST

A MN DOT RWIS site measured the 58 mph

wind gust.

Roseau County

Roosevelt 23 1720CST

Beltrami County

16 SW Fourtown 23 1725CST

Lake Of The Woods

County

5 SE Williams 23 1725CST

Pennington County

10 ESE Goodridge 23 1725CST

Lake Of The Woods

County

25 WSW Baudette 23 1730CST

Large trees were blown down near Norris

Camp.

Polk County

8 E Fertile 23 1730CST

Lake Of The Woods

County

1 E Baudette 23 1745CST

Clearwater County

Shevlin 23 1750CST

MINNESOTA, Northwest

Beltrami County

Ponemah 23 1800CST

Clay County

6 ENE Hawley to 23 1825CST 1 100

7 ENE Hawley 1828CST

Trees were knocked down near Buffalo

Creek by winds estimated to be around

90 mph. Video of the tornado was shown

on the Weather Channel. The tornado

continued into Becker county.

Becker County

3 WNW Lake Park to 23 1828CST 1 100

2 NW Lake Park 1830CST

The tornado originated 6 miles

east-northeast of Hawley in Clay

county. The tornado tracked toward

Stinking Lake and damaged several trees

in the area. Peak winds were estimated

at 90 mph.

Becker County

2 N Lake Park 23 1835CST

Clearwater County

3 ENE Leonard to 23 1835CST 1 100

4 ENE Leonard 1838CST

The tornado knocked down numerous trees

along county road 24. Estimated peak

Beltrami county.

Beltrami County

12 W Puposky to 23 1838CST 4 100

8 W Puposky 1845CST

The tornado originated 3 miles

east-northeast of Leonard in Clearwater

county. Many large trees were knocked

over along county road 24. Estimated

peak wind speeds were 90 mph.

Beltrami County

3 SSW Blackduck to 23 1920CST 2 100

3 SSE Blackduck 1924CST

The tornado tracked through trees and

crossed scenic highway 39 south of

Blackduck. Many large trees were

knocked down along the damage path.

Peak wind speeds were estimated at

100 mph.

Becker County

Two Inlets 23 1932CST

Hubbard County

10 NNW Park Rapids 23 1933CST

Kittson County

8 W Hallock 23 2000CST

2100CST

Fields were flooded near highway 175

and county road 16.

Otter Tail County

10 NE New York Mills 23 2000CST

Wadena County

1 W Nimrod 23 2025CST

Becker County

6 ESE White Earth 23 2030CST

24 0100CST

Water flowed over county road 34 near

Strawberry Lake.

Becker County

Detroit Lakes 26 1400CST

27 0600CST

One inch of rain fell in less than 30

minutes, flooding several city streets.

Becker County

Osage 26 1435CST

Becker County

4 ENE Osage to 26 1435CST 1 50

5 ENE Osage 1438CST

The tornado continued into Hubbard

county.

Hubbard County

4 WNW Park Rapids t 26 1438CST 1.51 100

4 NW Park Rapids 1443CST

The tornado originated 4 miles

east-northeast of Osage in Becker

county. The tornado tracked to near

Portage Lake and knocked down several

trees. Peak winds were estimated at

100 mph.

MINNESOTA, Northwest

Hubbard County

2 W Park Rapids 26 1442CST

The strong winds damaged a metal barn

roof, a hay shed, two fish houses, and

an irrigation rig. Several trees were

also blown down.

Hubbard County

Park Rapids 26 1445CST

Large branches were blown down. A wind

gust of 51 mph was measured at the Park

Rapids airport at 346 pm CDT.

Hubbard County

Park Rapids 26 1530CST

27 0600CST

One inch of rain fell in less than 30

minutes, causing street flooding in

Park Rapids.

Wadena County

4 NE Nimrod 26 1610CST

Beltrami County

5 NE Waskish 26 2245CST

Polk County

2 W Eldred 27 0010CST

The wind gust was measured by an NDAWN

wind sensor.

Polk County

8 NE East Grand Fork 27 0030CST

Two trees were uprooted and many large

branches were blown down.

Kittson County

9 N Lancaster 27 0044CST

0050CST

The strong winds tore the trim off a

building and knocked over several large

trees.

Marshall County

Argyle 27 0045CST

Large tree limbs were blown down.

Marshall County

1 E Argyle 27 0050CST

The roof was peeled off a warehouse and

large doors were torn off a building.

Farm machinery was blown across a yard

and power poles were snapped off.

Kittson County

6 E Lancaster 27 0055CST

Large branches were blown down at

several farms.

Norman County

1 NE Ranum 27 0055CST

Polk County

1 E Erskine 27 0100CST

Trees were blown down onto power lines,

knocking some power poles over. Several

shed roots were damaged.

Mahnomen County

Bejou 27 0105CST

Large branches were blown down along

with power lines.

Pennington County

8 SSE Thief River Fall 27 0105CST

Polk County

6 N Erskine 27 0110CST

The wind gust was measured by a MNDOT

RWIS sensor.

Red Lake County

4 S Brooks 27 0110CST

The wind gust was measured by a MNDOT

RWIS sensor.

Roseau County

Greenbush 27 0120CST

A 10 inch diameter tree branch fell on

a house roof.

Becker County

Detroit Lakes 27 0123CST

Kittson County

11 E Lake Bronson 27 0200CST

1200CST

Fields and farm access roads were

flooded along lateral ditch number two

near the Kittson/Roseau county line.

Roseau County

11 WNW Greenbush 27 0200CST

1200CST

Fields and farm access roads were

flooded along lateral ditch number two

near the Rosea/Kittson county border.

Wilkin County

9 SSE Breckenridge 29 0826CST

Clay County

1 S Rollag 29 1500CST

2000CST

Prolonged heavy rains and excessive

runoff caused a basement to flood.

Wilkin County

Tenney 29 1547CST

Large tree branches were blown down and

power lines were knocked down.

Scattered power outages were also

reported.

Becker County

Lake Park 29 1600CST

Otter Tail County

Fergus Falls 29 1600CST

A tree fell on a car and blocked

traffic. Another tree fell on a power

line, causing a brief fire.

Wilkin County

Breckenridge 29 1600CST

2008CST

Street flooding was reported after two

inches of rain fell in less than an

hour.

Wilkin County

Campbell 29 1600CST

2008CST

Heavy rain flooded city streets.

Clay County

3 NE Rollag to 29 1605CST 1 100

4 NE Rollag 1608CST

Intermittent tornado touchdowns

occurred to the Becker county line

about 4 miles northeast of Rollag. The

tornado continued into Becker county.

Becker County

7 SSW Lake Park to 29 1609CST 3 100

4 SSW Lake Park 1615CST

This tornado originated about 3 miles

northeast of Rollag in Clay county.

Numerous trees were knocked down along

the tornado track. Peak winds were

estimated at 90 mph.

Becker County

Lake Park 29 1610CST

A MNDOT RWIS sensor along U.S. Highway

10 measured the wind gust.

Grant County

6 S Norcross 29 1610CST

Otter Tail County

8 NE Fergus Falls to 29 1610CST 1.5 200

9 NE Fergus Falls 1615CST

The tornado flattened an older barn and

uprooted several trees. Two people

narrowly escaped the tornado as it hit

the barn. The landowner reported that

another tornado had hit another barn on

same site back in 1933. Peak winds were

estimated at 130 mph.

Grant County

Barrett 29 1635CST

A tree fell on a garage.

Grant County

5 W Hoffman 29 1635CST

6 to 8 inch diameter tree limbs were

ripped off.

Otter Tail County

5 NW New York Mills 29 1700CST

Mahnomen County

10 N Mahkonce 29 1715CST

A large branch was torn off a tree.

Otter Tail County

3 SE Bluffton 29 1718CST

A MNDOT RWIS sensor along U.S. Highway

10 measured the wind gust.

Becker County

1 SE Two Inlets 29 1720CST

1725CST

60 to 70 mph (estimated) wind speeds

occurred with a lot of tree damage.

Wadena County

Verndale 29 1720CST

Clearwater County

Bagley 29 1725CST

A large blue spruce tree was uprooted.

Hubbard County

10 NE Park Rapids 29 1730CST

Wadena County

3 N Staples 29 1730CST

A 10-unit storage building under

construction was damaged.

Wadena County

8 E Verndale 29 1730CST

Wadena County

3 S Oylen 29 1740CST 0.2 25

1741CST

A brief touchdown was reported.

Hubbard County

10 N Kabekona Corner 29 1815CST

Large tree branches were blown down.

Beltrami County

4 SE Bemidji 29 1820CST

Large tree branches were blown down.

Grant County

5 NW Wendell 29 1830CST

2200CST

Fields and farm access roads were

flooded.

Otter Tail County

5 E Fergus Falls 29 1900CST

2200CST

Water covered highway 220 east of

Fergus Falls near Pebble Lake road.

MNZ029 Wilkin

29 2009CST

30 2359CST

Many fields and roads were flooded

across southern Wilkin county. Heavy

amounts of rain fell many times

throughout the month of June. The

official National Weather Service

cooperative observer at Campbell

reported 12.07 inches of rain for the

month.

MNZ004 Kittson

30 1200CST

2359CST

The Two Rivers River at Hallock rose

above its moderate flood stage of 806

feet MSL late in the month of June. The

actual crest occurred in early July.

MNZ029 Wilkin

30 1500CST

2359CST

Rainfall toward the end of June pushed

the Red River at Wahpeton/Breckenridge

back above its moderate flood stage of

12 feet. The crest for this event

didn’t occur until early July.

MINNESOTA, Southeast

Olmsted County

4 NW Rochester 7 0800CST

MINNESOTA, Southeast

Olmsted County

5 NW Rochester 07 0800CST

Olmsted County

3 NW Rochester 07 0804CST

Olmsted County

2 N Rochester 07 0805CST

Olmsted County

3 N Rochester 07 0805CST

Olmsted County

4 SSE Oronoco 07 0806CST

Olmsted County

Rochester 07 0810CST

Mower County

6 N Le Roy 07 0832CST

Hail as large as nickels and quarters

was reported by spotters, law

enforcement officials and the public.

Hardest hit was the northwest side of

Rochester (Olmsted County) where

numerous vehicles were damaged by large

hail. In fact, estimates indicated

nearly $200,000 in damage to vehicles

in the city of Rochester alone.

Wabasha County

Elgin 07 1924CST

Winona County

2 NW Elba 07 1944CST

Olmsted County

Little Vly 07 1948CST

Olmsted County

2 NW Oronoco 07 2019CST

Wabasha County

Mazeppa 07 2158CST

Wind gusts of 60 to 65 mph, along with

hail the size of pennies and nickels,

was reported by storm spotters, law

enforcement officials and amateur radio

operators.

Wabasha County

West Portion 07 2100CST

2230CST

Rainfall amounts of 4 to 5 inches in

two hours caused flash flooding. Law

enforcement officials reported some

minor damage to roads in the Mazeppa,

Oak Center and Zumbro Falls areas.

Dodge County

Mantorville 08 0350CST

Olmsted County

Byron 08 0410CST

Olmsted County

Rochester 08 0415CST

Olmsted County

Rochester 08 0415CST

Storm spotters reported wind gusts of

60 mph, along with hail the size of

nickels.

Wabasha County

West Portion 08 0441CST

0640CST

With the ground already saturated from

heavy rain the previous evening,

another round of heavy rain caused

flash flooding. The resultant high

water forced the closure of Highway 63

in Zumbro Falls. In addition, a storm

spotter in Zumbro Falls reported a 24

hour rainfall total of 5.95 inches.

Dodge County

Hayfield 08 0630CST

An early morning lightning strike

caused a barn to burn down, killing

approximately 11,000 turkeys.

Mower County

Dexter 13 1955CST

Olmsted County

2 SW Stewartville 13 1959CST

Storm spotters estimated wind gusts of

60 mph.

Cottonwood County

5 S Storden 07 0330CST

Lyon County

Minneota 07 2335CST

Pipestone County

5 N Pipestone 08 0025CST

Rock County

Hills 08 0030CST

Thunderstorm winds caused tree and

power line damage, including several

trees blown down. One falling tree

destroyed a fence. The damage also

resulted in a power outage.

Lincoln County

Hendricks 08 0030CST

Lyon County

Taunton to 08 0128CST

Cottonwood 0138CST

Thunderstorm winds caused tree and

power line damage with several trees

blown down. The winds blew open part of

the roof of a mobile home in

Cottonwood, and falling power lines

caused a small fire in Cottonwood. The

winds also caused other minor property

damage.

Jackson County

3 SW Bergen 13 1631CST

Cottonwood County

Windom 13 1643CST

Cottonwood County

11 W Windom 13 1653CST

Murray County

2 S Currant Lake 13 1715CST

Cottonwood County

Jeffers 13 1722CST

Cottonwood County

Jeffers 13 1723CST

Lyon County

4 NE Marshall 13 1744CST

Nobles County

4 SW Lismore 13 1855CST

Nobles County

3 SW Lismore 13 1859CST

Large hail damaged at least 350 acres

of corn and soybean crops. The amount

of crop damage was not known, being

dependent on the degree of future crop

recovery.

Rock County

2 NE Hills 13 1930CST

Nobles County

Ellsworth 13 2100CST

2230CST

Heavy rain caused flooding of low

areas, including fields and roads.

Murray County

Slayton 20 1400CST

Rock County

2 SW Jasper to 20 1425CST 0.5

2 W Jasper 1426CST

A tornado caused no reported damage

before crossing north into Pipestone

County.

Pipestone County

5 SW Ihlen to 20 1426CST 0.2 500

4.8 SW Ihlen

A tornado caused no reported damage

after moving from Rock County.

Pipestone County

2 S Ihlen to 20 1425CST

1 S lhlen

Pipestone County

Ihlen 20 1427CST

Pipestone County

4 SW Ihlen 20 1435CST

Pipestone County

4 SW Mien 20 1442CST

Rock County

1 S Jasper 20 1442CST

Rock County

Laverne 20 1452CST

Rock County

2 SW Jasper 20 1453CST

Rock County

4 SW Magnolia 20 1455CST

Pipestone County

4 SW Ihlen 20 1504CST

Thunderstorm winds caused tree damage,

including several trees blown over. The

winds also blew down power lines,

resulting in power outages.

Nobles County

Adrian 20 1519CST

Nobles County

6 S Adrian 20 1522CST

Jackson County

9 W Petersburg 20 1523CST

Jackson County

9 S Lakefield 20 1540CST

Jackson County

Jackson 20 1545CST

1800CST

Heavy rain caused flooding of numerous

streets, stranding several vehicles.

Lyon County

Balaton 20 1904CST

1906CST

Lincoln County

2 SE Lake Benton 20 1942CST

Lyon County

Balaton 20 1945CST

Murray County

13 N Slayton 20 1958CST

Lincoln County

2 SE Hendricks 20 2000CST

2215CST

Heavy rain caused flooding of roads,

fields, and other low areas.

Lyon County

Tracy 20 2000CST

2215CST

Heavy rain caused flooding of numerous

roads.

Pipestone County

Ruthton 20 2002CST

Murray County

Lake Wilson 20 2020CST

Murray County

5 NW Lake Wilson to 20 2030CST

4 SW Chandler 2215CST

Heavy rain caused flooding of roads and

fields.

Pipestone County

Edgerton 20 2035CST

Thunderstorm winds caused tree and

power line damage, causing a power

outage. The winds blew down 3 to 4 inch

diameter branches.

Cottonwood County

Westbrook 20 2050CST

2245CST

Heavy rain caused flooding of streets

and low areas.

Nobles County

Adrian 20 2054CST

Thunderstorm winds caused tree damage,

including 4 inch diameter branches

blown down.

Rock County

1 N Magnolia 20 2055CST

Thunderstorm winds caused tree damage,

including 2 to 3 inch diameter branches

blown down.

Pipestone County

Trosky 20 2130CST

2245CST

Heavy rain caused flooding of numerous

county roads, a few of which were

washed out. The amount of damage was

not known.

Jackson County

9 SW Spafford 20 2140CST

2245CST

Heavy rain caused flooding of county

roads, fields, and other low areas.

Nobles County

Worthington 20 2218CST

2345CST

Heavy rain caused flooding of several

streets, with water 3 feet deep at one

intersection.

Rock County

2 SW Magnolia 20 2230CST

2340CST

Heavy rain caused flooding of fields

and several roads.

Lincoln County

Lake Benton 24 0150CST

Pipestone County

11 N Pipestone 24 0155CST

Pipestone County

11 N Pipestone 24 0155CST

Rock County

Luverne 29 0240CST

Rock County

Luverne 29 0240CST

Nobles County

7 NW Lismore 29 0333CST

Murray County

4 SW Chandler 29 0335CST

Thunderstorm winds caused tree damage,

including up to 8 inch diameter

branches blown down.

Rock County

1 NW Kenneth 29 1549CST

Rock County

1 S Kenneth 29 1554CST

Nobles County

3 NE Lismore 29 1557CST

Nobles County

6 NW Lismore 29 1602CST

Lyon County

Florence 29 1605CST

Nobles County

7 NW Lismore 29 1620CST

Lyon County

1 E Russell 29 1623CST

Murray County

Avoca 29 1635CST

Lyon County

Russell 29 1648CST

Lyon County

4 SE Marshall to 29 1651CST 3 100

6 E Marshall 1653CST

A tornado caused no reported damage.

Cottonwood County

9 W Windom to 29 1718CST 9 200

2 S Jeffers 1735CST

A tornado damaged corn crops and tore

off a pumphouse roof.

Cottonwood County

3 NE Delft 29 1800CST

Jackson County

Alpha 29 1852CST

Jackson County

2 S Alpha 29 1945CST

MINNESOTA, West

NONE REPORTED.

MINNESOTA, West Central

Traverse County

12 SW Wheaton 02 1336CST

Traverse County

Wheaton 02 1615CST

2100CST

Heavy rains of 3 to 5 inches fell in

and around the city of Wheaton causing

flash flooding. Many roads had water

running over them with several of them

closed.

Big Stone County

Ortonville 07 2350CST

Traverse County

6 E Dumont 08 0000CST

Big Stone County

9 SE Beardsley 29 1525CST

Traverse County

Wheaton 29 1528CST

Big Stone County

4 SSE Graceville 29 1545CST

Traverse County

5 SE Collis 29 1558CST

Traverse County

5 SE Collis 29 1558CST

MISSISSIPPI, Central

NOT RECEIVED.

MISSISSIPPI, North

De Soto County

Cockrum 09 1745CST

1750CST

A building had part of its roof

damaged.

De Soto County

Olive Branch 10 1805CST

1810CST

MISSISSIPPI, North

Tunica County

Tunica 10 1900CST

1905CST

Several large tree limbs were blown

down.

MISSISSIPPI, South

Jackson County

10 SW Vancleave 06 1135CST

A funnel cloud was reported north of

Interstate 10 and west of Highway 57.

Harrison County

Biloxi 06 1414CST

A pine tree struck by lightning fell on

the roof of a house causing a fire that

resulted in extensive damage to the

home.

Amite County

Liberty 06 1446CST

A tree was blown down along Highway 48.

Amite County

Gloster to 09 1500CST

Glading

Thunderstorm winds toppled a tree that

fell on a house causing significant

damage to the home.

MSZ080>082 Hancock–Harrison–Jackson

10 1200CST

11 1600CST

Tropical Storm Arlene developed in the

western Caribbean on June 9th and moved

north across the eastern Gulf of Mexico

on June 10th and 11th before making

landfall in the extreme western Florida

Panhandle near Pensacola during the

afternoon of the 11th. Weather impacts

from Torpical Storm Arlene were minimal

along the Mississippi coast as

sustained tropical storm force winds

and wind gusts remained off the coast

over the coastal waters. The highest

measured sustained wind was 34 knots at

NOAA buoy 42040 located 22 miles south

southeast of Biloxi, Mississippi. This

buoy also recorded the highest wind

gust of 43 knots. The minimum pressure

measured was 998.6 mb at NOAA buoy

42040. Rainfall was generally between

one and two inches across Jackson

County with much lower amounts farther

west along the Mississippi coast. No

significant storm surge or coastal

flooding occurred with Tropical Storm

Arlene along the Mississippi coast.

There was no significant storm damage

reported.

Pearl River County

1 W Poplarville 17 1339CST

Jackson County

Pascagoula 17 1547CST

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees

on Jordan Road at Seaman Road.

Jackson County

Ocean Spgs 17 1547CST

A funnel cloud was reported near a

school on Government Street.

MISSISSIPPI, Southeast

NONE REPORTED.

Number of Estimated

Persons Damage

Location Killed Injured Property Crops

MINNESOTA, Central and South Central

Meeker County

8 S Litchfield 0 0

The Sheriffs department stated that

several motorists reported seeing a

funnel cloud.

Washington County 0 0

Lake Elmo

Several spotters reported a funnel

cloud near Interstate 94 and Keats

Avenue.

Stevens County

5 WSW Hancock 0 0

Quarter sized hail covered the ground

and damaged crops.

Lac Qui Parle County

Boyd 0 0

Quarter sized hail dented cars and

broke windows.

Yellow Medicine

County

8 SW Clarkfield 0 0

Swift County

Benson 0 0

Dime sized hail was reported south and

west of Benson.

Swift County

4 NE Benson 0 0

A tree and several branches were

downed.

Swift County

Benson 0 0

Trees and power lines were downed near

Benson.

Renville County

2 SW Renville 0 0

Large branches were downed.

Pope County

7 SE Cyrus 0 0

Penny sized hail fell near Lake Emily.

Brown County

2 S Springfield 0 0

Sibley County

2 SW Winthrop 0 0

Ramsey County

Vadnais Hgts 0 0

Quarter sized hail fell near the

intersection of Interstate 35E and

County Road E.

Ramsey County

Vadnais Hgts 0 0

Trees and power lines were downed.

Ramsey County

Vadnais Hgts 0 0

Lightning struck a home on Timberline

Trail. The northwest corner of the

home caught fire and sheetrock fell

down on a person lying in bed.

Ramsey County

White Bear Lake 0 0

Quarter sized hail fell near Highway

96 and Otter Lake Road.

Washington County

Mahtomedi 0 0

The city public works department

reported penny sized hail at the

corner of Lincolntown Avenue and Long

Lake Road.

Goodhue County

5 SSE Cannon Falls 0 0

Walnut sized hail fell for 10 minutes

in Leon Township, Section 8.

Goodhue County

2 SW Red Wing 0 0

Three inch branches were downed.

Faribault County

3 S Winnebago 0 0

Nickel sized hail was reported south

of Winnebago. One half inch diameter

hail fell in Winnebago.

Blue Earth County

Mankato 0 0

Goodhue County

Hader 0 0

Rice County

1 E Morristown 0 0

Steele County

1 N Merton 0 0

Dime sized hail was reported in

Merton Township at the intersection

of 69th Street and County Road 61.

Rice County

Faribault 0 0

Small branches were downed by nickel

to quarter sized hail.

Blue Earth County

Mapleton 0 0

Nickel to quarter sized hail was

reported.

Rice County

Faribault 0 0

Tree branches and leaves were downed

by penny sized hail.

Blue Earth County

6 SW Lake Crystal 0 0

Goodhue County

Countywide 1 1 100K

Significant flooding was reported in

the North Fork Zumbro River watershed

during the evening of the 7th after

3 to 6 inches of rain fell. A total

of 5.47 inches of rain was recorded

in Wanamingo in 24 hours, 2.8 inches

of which fell between 9:30 and 10:30

PM.

An unnamed creek which flows into the

North Fork Zumbro River rose 20 feet

above its normal 1 foot level and

rushed over Highway 1 about 1 mile

south of the Highway 30 intersection

in Wanamingo Township, about 4 miles

west of Wanamingo. By 10:30 PM the

creek completed covered the road in

rushing water up to 2.5 feet deep and

shortly thereafter two separate

vehicles were swept off the roadway

and were washed down the creek. One

vehicle, a pickup truck, was found in

a nearby ditch with a smashed

windshield and badly damaged hood. The

body of the driver, a 47-year-old

man, was found three quarters of a

mile downstream under farm equipment

nearly a day and a half later when

the water finally subsided. The man,

who lived in Hayfield, was on his way

to work in Cannon Falls.

The other vehicle that was washed off

the road and into the creek was a

sedan. The driver, a 50-year-old

Kenyon woman who was on her way home

from work, exited the car through an

open window after traveling about 1/2

mile downstream. She floated on her

back down the creek until lightning

illuminated a nearby fencepost which

she grabbed hold of until rescuers

arrived two hours later. Incredibly

she survived the ordeal with only

bruises. The rushing creek was also

responsible for washing out 200 feet

of gradual slope along Highway 1 near

the road. Scattered debris was also

found in farm fields along the

creek’s banks for several miles. In

addition, an unnamed creek that flows

into the North Fork Zumbro River

about 2 miles east of Wanamingo

inundated the Shades of Sherwood

campground around 10:30 PM. M47VE

Goodhue County

4 NW Wanamingo 0 0

Quarter sized hail fell for 10

minutes in Wanamingo Township,

Section 16.

Rice County

3 SW Shieldsville 0 0

Nickel sized hail fell at Hunt Lake.

Goodhue County

Kenyon 0 0

A newspaper published a picture of

hail that fell in Kenyon that looked

to be at least 1.25 inches in

diameter.

Goodhue County

3 NE Kenyon 0 0

Along 430th Street in Holden

Township, Section 23, a large

commodity shed was destroyed after 5

support beams were ripped from the

structure. One of the beams was

thrown 75 feet and the roof of the

structure fell onto a tractor. Doors

on two free standing barns were also

damaged. In addition, a very large

Maple tree that was estimated to be

over 100 years old was felled.

Rice County

Countywide 0 0 5K

About 3 miles south of Nerstrand,

210th St. E. was under water. Water

was also flowing over secondary roads

in Wheeling, Walcott, and Richland

townships.

Dakota County

Lakeville 0 0

Penny sized hail fell at the

intersection of County Road 2 and

Interstate 35.

MNZ078

0 0 545K

Up to 6 inches of rain fell in the

North Fork Zumbro River watershed on

the evening of the 7th and widespread

flooding resulted.

The Sheriffs department reported that

flood waters from the North Fork

Zumbro River forced the closure of

Highway 58 just north of Zumbrota at

Covered Bridge Park around 3 AM on

the 8th. The highway remained closed

for much of the day. Covered Bridge

Park along the river sustained

$20,000 damage to electrical

equipment in the campground area, and

a softball tournament had to be

cancelled at the park after the flood

damaged ball fields.

The wastewater treatment plant in

Wanamingo had to be evacuated shortly

after midnight after the Zumbro River

became higher than the water discharge

level and began to flood back into the

plant. A total of 4.48 inches of rain

was recorded at the plant in 24

hours. Local officials had to sandbag

low lying areas of town. In addition,

the Shades of Sherwood campground,

about 2 miles northeast of Wanamingo,

was severely flooded when the North

Fork Zumbro River and an unnamed

tributary overflowed during the early

morning hours. The campground

sustained around $25,000 in damage.

Approximately 30 camper trailers

suffered heavy damage or were

completely destroyed by flood waters.

Total damage to personal property at

the campground was estimated at more

than $500,000.

Various county roads near the river

were impassible for much of the day,

including County Road 1 about 4 miles

west of Wanamingo between Highway

30 and Highway 60, Highway 57 just

north of Wanamingo, and 420th Street

about 5 miles northwest of Zumbrota.

Several shoulders on roads passing

the North Fork Zumbro River had to be

repaired after being washed out.

About 3 miles west of Cannon Falls,

the Little Cannon River overflowed

into a yard along Oxford Mill Road.

In Kenyon, a country club golf course

was flooded by the North Fork Zumbro

River.

Scott County

Prior Lake 0 0

Dime to quarter sized hail fell near

the intersection of County Road 44

and Highway 13.

Lac Qui Parle County

Marietta 0 0

The fire department reported a wind

gust of 60 MPH.

Scott County

Shakopee 0 0

Dime sized hail was reported at the

intersection of Highway 78 and

Highway 83.

Yellow Medicine

County

Canby 0 0

Trees and branches were downed. A few

business signs were damaged and a

large piece of tin roofing material

was thrown approximately 50 yards.

Lac Qui Parle County

6 S Haydenville 0 0

A building was damaged at a farm

along Highway 212 in Garfield

Township, Section 19.

Yellow Medicine

County

3 N Burr 0 0

A few trees were downed.

Carver County

Chanhassen 0 0

Pea to penny sized hail fell at the

National Weather Service office on

Lake Drive West.

Hennepin County

Flying Cloud Arpt 0 0

Stevens County

Chokio 0 0

Lac Qui Parle County

Madison 0 0

A tree and several branches were

downed onto roads and yards in town.

The most concentrated area of damage

was near 3rd Street and 2nd Avenue,

including a tree that fell on a vacant

house. A construction site about 5

miles southwest of Madison suffered

building damage. Grain bins were also

damaged in the area.

Swift County

Appleton 0 0

Yellow Medicine

County

Canby 0 0

Law enforcement officers reported

downed trees.

Lac Qui Parle County

Dawson 0 0

A large tree was downed along

Chestnut Street.

Chippewa County

2 NW Watson 0 0

Large branches were downed by high

winds that continued for at least 15

minutes.

Swift County

6 N Appleton 0 0

A cattle shed lost most of its roof

at a farm along Highway 12 about 1

mile west of the Highway 5

intersection in Shible Township,

Section 15. A machine shed was nearly

demolished nearby.

Swift County

8 N Appleton 0 0

The roof of three sheds and a hog

barn were blown off at a farm on the

south side of Lake Oliver near 20th

Street NW in Hegbert Township, Section

35. A two by four was blown into the

side of a farmhouse and windows were

broken by flying debris. Trees were

also downed on the property.

Swift County

Fairfeld 0 0

Swift County

Fairfield 0 0

A machine shed and bin collapsed onto

a combine at a farm on Highway 20 in

Fairfield Township, Section 33. The

debris from the shed and bin were

thrown several yards. A farmhouse

suffered a broken window and a hole

in the roof from flying debris. At the

property next door a machine shed had

the roof and a door ripped off.

Evergreens at a church in Fairfield

were downed.

Stevens County

Morris 0 0

Chippewa County

Watson 0 0

A downed tree was reported by law

enforcement.

Stevens County

Morris 0 0

Power lines were downed.

Hennepin County

3 WSW Hamel 0 0

Law enforcement officers reported

penny sized hail at the intersection

of Highway 55 and County Road 19 in

Medina.

Stevens County

Hancock 0 0

A tree was downed.

Swift County

Benson 0 0

Pope County

12 S Starbuck 0 0

A MNDOT road weather sensor recorded

a wind gust of 64 MPH.

Swift County

4 S Benson 0 0

Law enforcement officials reported

nickel sized hail at the intersection

of Highway 29 and County Road 6.

Chippewa County

14 NE Montevideo 0 0

Trees were downed.

Pope County

5 W Starbuck 0 0

Douglas County

3 E Kensington 0 0

Douglas County

Brandon 0 0

Swift County

Kerkhoven 0 0

Kandiyohi County

Countywide 0 0

Several trees were downed in Willmar,

including one which fell onto a garage

and damaged two cars on Ella Avenue

NW. Trees were also downed onto power

lines north of Kandiyohi around

Diamond Lake, near Lake Florida, in

the Raymond area, southwest of

Willmar, and north of Prinsburg.

Renville County

Sacred Heart 0 0

Penny sized hail fell for 5 minutes.

Sherburne County

Big Lake 0 0

Dime sized hail dented cars.

Brown County

New Ulm 0 0

Trees and power poles were downed.

Redwood County

Morgan 0 0

A few trees were downed.

Kandiyohi County

8 W Spicer 0 0

Nickel sized hail fell at the

intersection of Highway 71 and County

Road 10.

Todd County

Bertha 0 0

Brown County

Essig 0 0

Trees were downed onto two mobile

homes.

Meeker County

Cosmos 0 0

Numerous trees were downed.

Renville County

Fairfax 0 0

Trees and large branches were downed.

Redwood County

Vesta 0 0

Stearns County

1 N Sartell 0 0

Brown County

New Ulm 0 0

Numerous trees were downed onto yards

and roads. The most concentrated area

of damage was in an east-west path

between 12th North and Center streets.

One large tree pulled up the sidewalk

and a portion of the curb on South

Minnesota Street.

Mcleod County

Hutchinson 0 0

Mcleod County

4 NE Hutchinson 0 0

A 10 inch diameter tree snapped off

and blocked the intersection of

County Road 7 and 225th St. A few

small tree branches were downed in

the city of Hutchinson.

Mcleod County

Hutchinson 0 0

A trained spotter recorded a wind

gust of 61 MPH. A 12 inch diameter

tree was snapped in half. Another

tree toppled onto a car near the

Fifth Avenue bridge. The tree smashed

the windshield and rear window and

also dented the roof and hood.

Mcleod County

6 N Hutchinson 0 0

Several large trees were downed. A

few of the trees landed on a mobile

home.

Meeker County

4 ENE Greenleaf 0 0

Trees were downed near Lake Erie.

Meeker County

2 SSE Litchfield 0 0

Trees were downed near Round Lake.

Meeker County

1 SE Litchfield 0 0

A pontoon boat was flipped and a

dock was destroyed along the Lake

Ripley shoreline.

Mcleod County

Stewart 0 0

Branches were downed.

Mcleod County

5 SE Hutchinson 0 0

Meeker County

2 S Darwin to 0 0

2 SW Darwin

Trees were uprooted and 4 homes and

a deck were damaged along the east

shore of Lake Stella along County

Road 14. One man was trapped in a

porch when a tree fell on it and had

to break a window to escape. A boat

lift and attached boat were blown

over a dock and rolled a few feet

along the Lake Stella shoreline.

Six foot waves were reported on

Lake Stella and water lapped up to

County Road 14. In addition, power

lines were downed over 650th Avenue

near Casey Lake and along 670th

Avenue near County Road 9.

Nicollet County

Countywide 0 0

Five power poles were snapped off,

13 light poles were downed, and a

number of trees were uprooted in

Nicollet. One large tree branch

fell onto a car on Third Street.

Tree and power line damage was also

reported in Courtland and St. Peter.

In Lafayette, 10 trees were damaged

and 2×6 wooden bleachers at a ball

field were snapped and pushed over

on their sides. Seven miles east of

Lafayette in New Sweden Township, a

25 foot diameter Ash tree was broken

off at its base and thrown 150 feet.

Several trees in a nearby grove were

twisted and broken about 25 feet up

in the canopy. In addition, a circa

1930s steel bin with a 1500 bushel

capacity was twisted up and rolled

at least 200 feet.

Mcleod County

Brownton to 0 0

3 E Brownton

Trees and power lines were downed.

A power line fell onto Highway 212

near Unit Avenue about 3 miles east

of town. A tractor trailer hit the

downed wire and pulled down a

transmission pole.

Mcleod County

Silver Lake to 0 0

2 N Silver Lake

Trees were downed around town. A

transformer blew off a pole and

could not be found. A power line was

downed into a ditch near the

intersection of Jade Avenue and

220th Street about two miles north

of town.

Sibley County

Winthrop 0 0

Numerous trees were downed.

Wright County

4 SSW Cokato 0 0

The roof of a hoop barn was removed

at a farm on 98th Street in

Stockholm Township, Section 21. The

tops of trees were also snapped.

Mcleod County

Lester Prairie 0 0

Dime sized hail fell on the west

side of town.

Mcleod County

2 SW Glencoe 0 0

A storage shed was demolished by a

downed tree near the intersection

of Highway 212 and Imperial Avenue

in Glencoe Township, Section 28.

Mcleod County

Winsted to 0 0

2 S Winsted

A pole barn and other large sheds

were downed just south of Winsted

along County Road 1. Numerous trees

and a few power lines were downed

onto homes, vehicles, and roads in

Winsted. A wall was pushed in the

downtown area.

Le Sueur County

Waterville 0 1

Trees were downed across the city.

The roof of a trailer home and an

attached garage was ripped off and

a picture window was blown out. A

man in the trailer home was cut on

the leg by flying glass from a

shattered window and required 14

stitches. A camper in the back yard

of the home was blown into

Whitewater Creek along with roof

and tree debris. Damage was reported

to other houses in the vicinity,

including one home that was impaled

by a 2×4 that came from a damaged

building across the street. A

tree was downed onto a power truck

on Highway 60.

Carver County

Countywide 0 0

The Sheriffs department reported

numerous downed trees across the

western portion of the county

including the New Germany area.

Trees and power lines were also

downed in Hamburg, Waconia,

Chanhassen, Victoria, Hollywood

Township, and Chaska. One tree fell

onto a car in Chanhassen. Two garage

doors were blown off buildings owned

by the town of Cologne. A home lost

some siding and a garage collapsed

in Cologne as well. In Carver, a

tree was downed onto power lines.

In Waconia several trees were

downed, including one which blocked

Sugarbush Lane. A downed tree poked

a hole into a home at the corner of

Sugarbush Lane and Barberry Circle.

A power line was downed at the

corner of First and Birch streets.

In Benton Township a utility pole

was tilted to a 45 degree angle by

high winds.

Wright County

2 SSE Howard Lake 0 0

Trees were downed onto power lines

4 miles north of Winsted.

Morrison County

6 NNW Hillman 0 0

Blue Earth County

5 NE Lake Crystal

Law enforcement officials reported

that a semi tractor trailer was

blown over on Highway 60 between

Mankato and Lake Crystal.

Carver County

Watertown to 0 0

3 SW Watertown

A trained spotter downtown recorded

a 62 MPH wind gust. A gust of 56

MPH was recorded at Watertown-Mayer

High School just northwest of town.

Large tree limbs were downed onto

Westminster Avenue south of Madison

Street. Another large limb was

downed onto vehicles on Angel Avenue

SW. The roof of a shed was blown

off along Tacoma Avenue in Hollywood

Township, three miles southwest of

Watertown.

Sherburne County

5 N Big Lake 0 0

A large tree was downed over a road

on the west side of Eagle Lake.

Blue Earth County

Mankato 0 0

A trained spotter recorded a wind

gust of 66 MPH. Numerous trees were

downed.

Hennepin County

Mound 0 0

A tree was downed onto a power line

on Noble Boulevard.

Hennepin County

Excelsior 0 0

Trees and power lines were damaged.

A picnic table was thrown through a

picture window.

Le Sueur County

Le Sueur 0 0

At least 25 large trees were downed

across Le Sueur. One tree fell onto

a home at Nichols Court and caused

considerable damage to the roof and

an upstairs bedroom. Another tree

blocked County Road 112.

Hennepin County

Minnetonka 0 0

A tree was downed onto a car. A

handful of other trees and power

lines were downed across town.

Le Sueur County

2 W Marysburg 0 0

Several boats were capsized and

docks were destroyed by waves

created by high winds at a resort on

Lake Washington. Trees were also

downed in the vicinity. The framing

of a new house under construction

along the shore of the lake was

smashed by a downed tree.

Scott County

Belle Plaine 0 0

Scott County

Belle Plaine 0 0

A tree was downed onto power lines.

Hennepin County

Bloomington 0 0

Two large trees up to 1 meter in

diameter were broken about 1/2 mile

west of the intersection of 90th

and France Ave.

Hennepin County

Crystal 0 0

Two trees up to 10 inches in

diameter were downed near the

intersection of Douglas Drive and

Rockford Road. One tree fell onto

a car.

Hennepin County

Golden Vly 0 0

Several trees were downed.

Hennepin County

Hopkins 0 0

Large trees up to 10 inches in

diameter were downed. Minor damage

was reported to fences and facades.

The damage was most significant in

the Bellgrove neighborhood.

Hennepin County

St Louis Park 0 0

Eighteen trees and a handful of power

lines were downed. One tree fell onto

a construction site in the 2900 block

of Sumter, causing minor damage.

Le Sueur County

3 NNW Greenland 0 2

Two cabins at a resort between East

Jefferson Lake and German Lake,

Section 5 in Elysian Township, were

destroyed when trees fell on them.

One cabin was unoccupied. Two people

in the second cabin sustained bumps

and bruises when a large tree fell

on top of the bedroom they were

staying in. The tree fell right on

top of the bed where they were

sleeping moments before. They were

standing nearby when the tree “split

the ceiling open” above them. A

nearby trailer home was also damaged

by the tree that fell onto the

unoccupied cabin. One witness said

that wind was blowing so hard that

water was “flying off the lake.”

Power crews had to replace several

electricity poles between East

Jefferson Lake and German Lake that

were damaged by downed trees.

Waseca County

Waseca 0 0

Two trees up to 10 inches in diameter

were downed. A power line was downed

onto Elm Avenue.

Hennepin County

Minneapolis 0 0

A tree was downed onto a house in

north Minneapolis.

Hennepin County

Richfield 0 0

Eight trees up to 12 inches in

diameter and numerous branches were

downed.

Anoka County

St Francis 0 0

Dakota County

Burnsville 0 0

A few trees and many branches were

downed.

Isanti County

5 WSW Isanti 0 0

Dime sized hail was reported at Big

Lake. The time was estimated.

Rice County

2 NE Morristown 0 0

A 121-year-old barn was blown down

along Highway 72 in Morristown

Township, Section 14.

Rice County

Morristown 0 0

Numerous trees were downed onto

homes, streets, and yards. Several

homes sustained significant roof

damage and broken windows. A fallen

tree punched a hole in the roof and

a branch stuck through into an

upstairs bedroom at a home on

Division Street South. A person

sleeping in a bed below the hole was

awakened when insulation fell on

them but was otherwise unharmed. A

trampoline in the yard was thrown

with such force that it bent a

fence. A town resident said the high

winds lasted for nearly 15 minutes.

Scott County

Prior Lake 0 0

Dime to nickel sized hail fell.

Scott County

Savage 0 0

A tree was downed in the Woodhill

subdivision.

Hennepin County

Minneapolis/St Paul 0 0

Anoka County

2 S Fridley 0 0

Trees and power lines were downed in

Columbia Heights. Power outages were

reported in Coon Rapids and Fridley.

Dakota County

West St Paul to 0 0

South St Paul

Large branches and 10 trees were

downed.

Ramsey County

North St Paul 0 0

Trees were downed onto yards in

addition to a car on Nevada Avenue

and a van on 18th Avenue.

Ramsey County

St Paul 0 0

Branches up to 5 inches in diameter

were downed on Grand Avenue near the

intersection of Snelling Avenue and

along Snelling Avenue near the

intersection of Summit Avenue.

Washington County

Countywide 0 0

Trees and power lines were downed in

Woodbury, Cottage Grove, Lake Elmo,

St. Paul Park, Afton, Lakeland, and

Marine on the St. Croix, and

Stillwater. In Cottage Grove, one

tree was blown down onto a house,

and lightning started a shed fire.

In Stillwater a garage and pickup

truck were damaged by a downed tree.

A tree house was also damaged when

the large branch it was supported

by was ripped from the tree.

Dakota County

St Paul Arpt 0 0

A wind gust of 59 MPH was recorded

at Holman Field.

Steele County

Owatonna 0 0

A wind gust of 66 MPH was recorded

at the Owatonna Airport. A wind gust

of 61 MPH was reported in town by

emergency management. Trees and

limbs were downed onto homes and

vehicles across town. Five trees

were downed and garbage cans and

portable toilets were blown over in

city parks. A large industrial sized

garbage container was blown into the

street behind the Fire Department.

Dakota County

Hampton 0 0

A few trees were downed across the

intersection of County Road 47 and

260th Street.

Dakota County

Burnsville 0 0

A townhouse was burned down by a

fire triggered by lightning. Three

nearby townhouse units were damaged.

Wright County

Monticello 0 0

Lightning struck a TV antenna on top

of a house on Meadow Lane. The bolt

traveled into the garage where it

started a fire. After the roof of

the garage caught fire, the flames

moved onto the roof of the home and

produced significant damage.

Mcleod County

Brownton 0 0

Several citizens reported funnel

clouds in the area.

Sibley County

New Auburn 0 0

Several citizens reported funnel

clouds in the area.

Redwood County

2 W Lucan 0 0

Law enforcement reported seeing a

funnel cloud reach half way to the

ground, then lift back into the

clouds.

Renville County

5 W Fairfax 0 0

A funnel cloud was spotted by law

enforcement.

Renville County

8 NW Fairfax 0 0

A storm chaser reported a “pencil

shaped” funnel cloud.

Benton County

Sauk Rapids 0 0

A funnel cloud was reported by law

enforcement near Highway 15.

Stearns County

3 W St Joseph to 0 0

3 WNW St Joseph

A storm chaser videotaped a tornado.

Stearns County

3 WNW St Joseph 0 0

A storm chaser spotted a tornado

near the intersection of Interstate

94 and Highway 2.

Stearns County

2 WNW St Joseph 0 0

A storm chaser spotted a tornado.

Stearns County

2 NW Sartell 0 0

A trained spotter saw a tornado

briefly touch down in an open field.

It kicked up dirt before lifting a

short time later.

Benton County

Rice 0 0

A trained spotter reported a funnel

cloud.

Swift County

Appleton 0 0

Law enforcement reported numerous

funnel clouds in and around Appleton.

One particular sighting was along

Highway 119 about 4.5 miles north of

town.

Stearns County

Belgrade 0 0

Law enforcement reported a funnel

cloud at the intersection of county

roads 4 and 59.

Pope County

Cyrus 0 0

Law enforcement reported a funnel

cloud.

Goodhue County

4 ENE Sogn 0 0

A large barn was destroyed on a farm

near the intersection of Highway 1

and 85th Avenue in Leon Township,

Section 16. A building next to the

barn was damaged by flying debris.

The time was estimated.

Chisago County

5 NE Rush City 0 0

A citizen videotaped a tornado that

touched down just south of the Pine

County line near the intersection

of River Road and 540th Street

in a heavily wooded area. The

tornado downed some over at an angle

in this location before trees and

pushed other trees crossing the

border into Pine County.

Pope County

1 N Sedan 0 0

A storm chaser reported a funnel cloud

just north of Sedan.

Stevens County

Morris 0 0

Renville County

3 NW Morton 0 0

Redwood County

Redwood Falls 0 0

Scott County

New Prague 0 0

Brown County

New Ulm 0 0

A tree in a marsh near the Minnesota

River was downed onto a power line.

Brown County

New Ulm 0 0

Ramsey County

St Paul 0 0

Minor tree branch and cars damage was

reported.

Scott County

New Prague 0 0

The quantity of hail that fell was so

large that it had to be shoveled off

decks and sidewalks and scooped out of

gutters.

Scott County

Prior Lake 0 0

Redwood County

2 N Wanda 0 0

A trained spotter reported a funnel

cloud 2 miles north of Wanda or about 2

miles southeast of Wabasso.

Carver County

Countywide 0 0

A tree was downed in Victoria near the

intersection of Highway 7 and Smithtown

Road. A tree was downed near South

Shore Drive in Chanhassen. A tree fell

onto a power line near Mellgren Lane in

Chaska.

Douglas County

6 NW Alexandria 0 0

Brown County

New Ulm 0 0

Ramsey County

St Paul 0 0

Quarter sized hail fell in Highland

Park.

Chippewa County

6 NW Gluek 0 0

Douglas County

1 W Miltona 0 0

The public reported a tornado just west

of Miltona. Trained spotters reported a

funnel cloud extending close to the

ground in this area but their view was

obstructed by trees so they could not

say for certain if the funnel touched

the ground.

Faribault County

Walters 0 0

Redwood County

6 N Morgan 0 0

Dime sized hail fell at the Lower

Sioux Agency.

Ramsey County

New Brighton 0 0

Penny sized hail fell just north of

old Highway 8 and County Road D.

Chippewa County

11 N Montevideo 0 0

Several law enforcement officials

reported a funnel cloud.

Hennepin County

St Louis Park 0 0

Chippewa County

5 NE Watson 0 0

The public reported a funnel cloud.

Ramsey County

North St Paul 0 0

Ramsey County

Maplewood 0 0

Leaves were stripped by penny sized

hail near the junction of Highway 61

and 36.

Swift County

Countywide 0 0

Dime sized hail was reported in

Holloway and Appleton.

Ramsey County

Vadnais Hgts 0 0

Washington County

Mahtomedi 0 0

Scattered trees were downed.

Washington County

Woodbury 0 0

Morrison County

2 S Freedhem 0 0

Half of the roof of a barn was ripped

off on Jewell Road in Belle Prairie

Township, Section 14. A 2×4 from the

roof was found lodged in a nearby shed.

The time was estimated.

Pope County

Glenwood 0 0

Isanti County

5 W Isanti to 0 0

5 SW Isanti

Pope County

3 NE Glenwood 0 0

Rice County

4 W Faribault 0 0

At least two trees and power lines were

downed. One felled tree blocked Second

Street Northeast and the top of the

tree landed on a vehicle. A flag pole

was also knocked down.

Sherburne County

2 S Princeton to 0 0

3 S Princeton

Isanti County

Braham 0 0

Eight inch diameter trees were downed

onto Highway 107.

Kanabec County

3 NE Warman 0 0

A 12×24 foot garage built on skids was

destroyed.

Mille Lacs County

Princeton 0 0

Chisago County

Wyoming 0 0

The time was estimated.

Washington County

Forest Lake 0 0

Todd County

Bertha 0 0

Benton County

1 S Mayhew 0 0

Douglas County

4 SW Evansville 0 0

Four inch tree branches were downed.

Douglas County

8 N Kensington 0 0

A county employee reported a funnel

cloud near the intersection of county

roads 25 and 56.

Douglas County

7 W Alexandria 0 0

The public reported a funnel cloud near

the intersection of county roads 114

and 27.

Todd County

Hewitt 0 0

A citizen measured a wind gust of 71

MPH with an anemometer.

Stevens County

3 N Hancock 0 0

A chicken barn and a few sheds were

downed.

Pope County

5 E Cyrus 0 0

Dime sized hail fell for 5 minutes in

New Prairie Township, Section 36.

Todd County

3 W Long Prairie 0 0

Morrison County

Little Falls 0 0

Tree limbs were downed in the southwest

part of town.

Stearns County

4 N Brooten 0 0

Stearns County

Albany 0 0

Kandiyohi County

3 E Sunburg to 0 0

1 E Sunburg

Kandiyohi County

5 S Pennock 0 0

Stearns County

St Cloud 0 0

Quarter sized hail was reported at

St. Cloud State University. Dime sized

hail fell at 12th Street near 25th

Avenue. Small branches were downed.

Stearns County

St Joseph 0 0

Stearns County

Waite Park 0 0

Kandiyohi County

Willmar Arpt 0 0

A wind gust of 58 MPH was recorded at

the Willmar airport.

Stearns County

10 S St Cloud to 0 0

19 S St Cloud

Kandiyohi County

Willmar 0 0

Kandiyohi County

Atwater 0 0

A power line and tree branches were

downed.

Stearns County

St Cloud 0 0 1K

Several roads were flooded, including

the intersection of 12th Street and

25th Avenue.

Benton County

4 SE Sauk Rapids 0 0

Small branches and many leaves were

downed by the hail that fell 1 mile

north of the St. Cloud Regional

Airport.

Wright County

2 SSW Clearwater 0 0

The top half of a chicken bam was blown

off along 17th Avenue in Linden

Township.

Sherburne County

2 W Orrock 0 0

Sherburne County

2 W Orrock 0 0

A large dump truck was forced off the

road by high winds.

Kandiyohi County

4 W Lake Lillian 0 0

Benton County

3 N Sauk Rapids 0 0

A 20-year-old birch tree was downed.

Renville County

Bechyn 0 0

Chisago County

5 WNW Harris to 0 0

3 SE North Branch

Trees were downed.

Isanti County

Cambridge 0 0

Trees were downed.

Anoka County

Countywide 0 0

Several trees were downed across the

county. Communities that sustained tree

damage included Anoka, Coon Rapids,

Fridley, and Columbia Heights.

Hennepin County

Champlin 0 0

Numerous trees were downed.

Chisago County

North Branch 0 0

Trees were downed across the southeast

part of town.

Hennepin County

Brooklyn Center 0 0

Medium sized trees were downed.

Hennepin County

Minneapolis 0 0

Trees up to 5 inches in diameter were

downed around Lake of the Isles and

Lake Calhoun. A large oak tree was

downed in south Minneapolis. A trained

spotter recorded a wind gust of 65 MPH

on an anemometer.

Mcleod County

1 SW Hutchinson 0 0

Anoka County

Spring Lake Park 0 0

Chisago County

1 S Center City 0 0

Trees and power lines were downed.

Hennepin County

Edina 0 0

Trees were downed. The time was

estimated.

Washington County

Countywide 0 0

Moderate to large trees were downed

from Forest Lake to Hugo to Newport to

St. Paul Park.

Hennepin County

Minneapolis/St Paul 0 0

A 58 MPH wind gust was recorded at

Minneapolis/St. Paul International

Airport.

Anoka County

Countywide 0 0 5K

Highway 10 was closed by flooding in

Anoka. The city storm sewer system in

Anoka was overwhelmed by heavy

downpours and as a result water gushed

out of manhole covers. Road flooding

caused stalled vehicles in portions of

the county.

Carver County

7 W Waconia 0 0

Renville County

Fairfax 0 0

Dime sized hail fell on Highway 4 north

of town.

Carver County

Chaska to 0 0

Chanhassen

Trees were downed.

Scott County

Shakopee 0 0

Trees were downed.

Sibley County

4 W Gibbon 0 0

Hennepin County

Richfield 0 0

Branches up to 4 inches in diameter

were downed.

Scott County

4 S Prior Lake 0 0

Branches up to 5 inches in diameter

were downed. A trained spotter recorded

a wind gust of 60 MPH.

Ramsey County

St Paul 0 0

A trained spotter measured a 66 MPH

wind gust with a rooftop anemometer

near the intersection of Mississippi

River Boulevard and Cleveland in

Highland Park. A large tree branch was

downed across Cleveland Avenue and

other small branches up to 8 inches

in diameter were downed nearby.

Dakota County

2 W Mendota Hgts 0 0

Golf ball sized hail was reported 3

miles east of Minneapolis/St. Paul

International Airport.

Chisago County

North Branch 0 0

Power lines were downed.

Dakota County

Eagan 0 0

A 6 inch diameter tree was downed.

Dakota County

Inver Grove Heights 0 0

A small tree was downed.

Hennepin County

Countywide 0 0 15K

Roads were covered in water and

drainage systems were overflowing in

Minneapolis. The intersection of 58th

Avenue and Emmerson was flooded up to

curb level. Flooding was also reported

in Minneapolis at the intersection of

Interstate 94 and Highway 55 and on

Broadway near West River Road. In

Robbinsdale a car became stalled in

flood waters at the intersection of

County Road 81 and 40th Street. Ponding

of water was reported on roads in

Osseo. High water damaged the

southbound bridge approach at Highway

169 at Interstate 694 in Maple Grove.

Ramsey County

Countywide 0 0 2K

County Road C was impassable due to

flooding near the intersection of 35E

in Little Canada. An underpass on

Highway 36 in Maplewood was also

flooded. A spotter near the

intersection of Interstate 94 and

McKnight Road in Maplewood recorded

0.80 inches of rain in 15 minutes.

A spotter in St. Paul recorded 1.25

inches of rain in 30 minutes.

Renville County

Bird Island 0 0

Power lines were downed.

Sibley County

3 E Gibbon 0 0

Dakota County

West St Paul 0 0

Roof damage was reported near the

intersection of Annapolis and Roberts

Street.

Hennepin County

Brooklyn Center 0 0

An 8 inch diameter tree was downed.

Hennepin County

Minneapolis 0 0

Between 15 and 20 sailboats anchored to

buoys were overturned on Lake Calhoun.

Tree limbs up to 5 inches in diameter

were downed. A wooden fence was blown

over.

Ramsey County

Maplewood 0 0

Dime sized hail fell at the

intersection of Interstate 94 and

McKnight Road.

Brown County

Sleepy Eye 0 0

Hennepin County

Minneapolis 0 0

Ramsey County

St Paul 0 0

A 1 foot diameter branch was downed at

the intersection of Snelling and

Montreal avenues. Another large tree

was downed near Lake Phalen. A wooden

fence was blown across the street in a

city neighborhood.

Ramsey County

St Paul 0 0

Dakota County

Inver Grove Heights 0 0

A small tree was downed.

Le Sueur County

3 SE Le Sueur 0 0

Nicollet County

North Mankato 0 0

A tree was downed.

Rice County

7 W Northfreld 0 0 O.10K

Flooding was reported on the Highway

19 underpass at Interstate 35.

Blue Earth County

Lake Crystal 0 0

Pea to dime sized hail fell south and

east of Lake Crystal. Crop damage was

reported.

Blue Earth County

Lake Crystal 0 0

An empty 15,000 bushel grain bin was

blown into a barn a few miles south of

Lake Crystal. In addition the roof of a

hog barn was ripped off and power lines

were downed nearby.

Blue Earth County

Amboy 0 0

A total of 1.8 inches of rain fell in

one hour.

Watonwan County

1 E St James 0 0

Martin County

Truman 0 0

Waseca County

1 N New Richland 0 0

Power lines were downed.

Martin County

Truman 0 0

Street flooding was reported in Truman.

Faribault County

Countywide 0 0

Several trees up to 7 inches in

diameter were downed across the western

portion of the county including in the

communities of Winnebago and Blue

Earth.

Martin County

Sherburn 0 0

Martin County

Northrop 0 0

Martin County

Fairmont 0 0

Nickel to quarter sized hail fell.

Freeborn County

Albert Lea 0 0

A few trees were downed. A large branch

was downed onto a power line.

Mcleod County

Glencoe 0 0

Large branches were downed.

Rice County

Lonsdale 0 0

Rice County

5 SW Northfield 0 0

Sibley County

Arlington 0 0

Sixty trees up to 3 feet in diameter

were downed. The most concentrated area

of damage was on the east side of town.

The tin roof of a shed was also blown

off.

Sibley County

Gaylord 0 0

Several large trees, power lines, and

many branches were downed across the

city. Trees fell onto homes on Division

Street and Seventh Street. Six trees

were lost on the Gaylord Game

Protective League grounds just east of

town. A branch nearly 2 feet in

diameter fell onto a car on Fourth

Street. The roof of the visitors dugout

at Walsh Field was blown off. The high

winds continued for nearly 15 minutes

according to the city police.

Sibley County

Green Isle to 0 0

Henderson

Tree limbs up to 1 foot in diameter

were downed. Building damage was

reported in Green Isle. One tree was

downed onto power lines and fell across

County Road 64 near the border of

Washington Lake and Jessenland

townships.

Carver County

Hamburg 0 0

Sibley County

11 ESE Green Isle 0 0

The canvas cover of a large hoop barn

that was home to 40 head of cattle was

stripped off and ripped to pieces at a

farm in Section 25 of Faxton Township.

A soybean field and corn field on the

property were heavily damaged by hail

of unknown size.

Scott County

Belle Plaine 0 0

A 67 MPH wind gust was measured by a

MNDOT sensor at 6:02 AM CDT. Trees up

to 10 inches in diameter were downed.

Scott County

New Prague 0 0

Law enforcement officers reported a

wind gust measured at 65 MPH. Trees up

to 2 feet in diameter and power lines

were downed. A few downed trees

damaged homes and cars, and several

large branches littered streets. A

dugout at the New Prague High School

softball field was lifted up and

deposited on a nearby shed. An awning

on a building on East Main Street was

torn away.

Scott County

4 SE St Patrick to 0 0

4 E St Patrick

A 4 mile long path of concentrated wind

damage was discovered across Cedar Lake

Township. The path of damage started

near the intersection of Highway 13 and

270th Street East and continued to the

east northeast across Cedar Lake and

ended near the intersection of highways

85 and 56. Several trees and power

lines were downed along the path of the

high winds. Homes in this damage path

sustained shingle and siding damage.

One outbuilding near the intersection

of Highway 2 and Vergus Avenue had its

roof partially removed. Wood and

insulation from the roof was blown up

to 1500 feet away from the structure.

A garage door on a large storage

building was damaged nearby. Many trees

were felled around Cedar Lake. On Cedar

Lake Drive a pontoon boat was raised

off its lift and thrown upside down

onto the shoreline.

Dakota County

Apple Vly 0 0

A 3 inch diameter tree limbs were

downed at the intersection of Cedar

Avenue and 157th Street.

Dakota County

1 W Lakeville to 0 0

Lakeville

Large trees were downed in a corridor

stretching from the southern edge of

Lake Marion to the southern half of

Lakeville. A few trees fell onto homes,

cars, and power lines. City officials

reported the loss of 50 boulevard trees

and damage to limbs on hundreds of

others in town. Seventeen large trees

were lost in Aronson and Antlers Park

and at the Lakeville Area Arts Center.

A 10-foot-tall white fence was blown

down.

Dakota County

Farmington 0 0 500K

Over 400 trees up to 3 feet in diameter

and many power lines were downed across

the city by winds estimated up to 70

MPH. Many trees blocked roads and a

handful of trees fell onto buildings

and cars. The damage was so widespread

that a state of emergency was put in

place shortly after the storm ended

until streets could be cleared.

Dakota County

Hastings 0 0

Several power lines and trees up to 2

feet in diameter were downed. A few

downed trees damaged homes. The hardest

hit area was just north of County Road

47 and south of Highway 55.

Meeker County

Forest City 0 0

Hail up to the size of quarters fell on

Highway 24. A car was dented by the

hail.

Meeker County

3 S Watkins 0 0

Hail began to fall at the size of

walnuts and gradually decreased to the

size of dimes 25 minutes later.

Stearns County

Kimball 0 0

Yellow Medicine

County

Wood Lake 0 0

Stearns County

1 W Fairhaven 0 0

Wright County

South Haven 0 0

Sherburne County

Becker 0 0

Hennepin County

Robbinsdale 0 0

Quarter sized hail fell at North

Memorial Hospital.

Anoka County

Hilltop 0 0

Sherburne County

5 N Big Lake 0 0

Trees up to 18 inches in diameter were

downed.

Ramsey County

New Brighton 0 0

Penny sized hail fell near Highview

School.

Blue Earth County

Mankato 0 0

Isanti County

11 W Isanti 0 0

A tree was downed across County Road 7

about one mile of Spencer Brook.

Wright County

3 E Albertville 0 0

Penny sized hail fell in Otsego

Township.

Blue Earth County

3 NE Good Thunder 0 0

Hennepin County

Crystal 0

Four large trees were downed. One tree

fell onto a home.

Rice County

Morristown 0 0

Waseca County

10 W Janesville 0 0

A “rope-shaped” funnel cloud was

observed for 2 minutes west of

Janesville.

Anoka County

Countywide 0 0

Trees were downed in Coon Rapids,

Fridley, and Columbia Heights.

Waseca County

9 S Waseca 0 0

Chisago County

Chisago City 0 0

Tree limbs, power lines, and a

transformer were downed.

Waseca County

5 N Waldorf 0 0

Penny sized hail fell near Waldorf and

Alma City.

Ramsey County

White Bear Lake 0 0

A tree was downed onto power and

telephone lines near the intersection

of Stewart Avenue and Fourth Street.

Rice County

Northfield 0 0

Two foot diameter trees were downed on

the St. Olaf College campus. Trees were

also downed near the intersection of

Lincoln Parkway and Second Street, and

on Decker Avenue. A tree was downed

onto a house on North Linden Street. A

tree felled onto a power line started a

fire at Ivanhoe Avenue. A utility pole

was broken on Cedar Avenue.

Hennepin County

Ft Snelling 0 0

Penny sized hail fell at the Fort

Snelling ball fields.

Waseca County

Waseca 0

Quarter sized hail fell just south of

the Waseca Federal Correction

Institution. Dime to nickel size hail

fell in town.

Waseca County

4 S Waseca 0

A tree was downed onto a power line on

County Road 4 near Wilton Bridge.

Dakota County

Burnsville 0

Penny sized hail fell near Burnsville

Center Mall.

Stevens County

Morris 0 0

A tree was downed.

Swift County

3 N Holloway 0 0

Swift County

3 N Holloway 0 0

A tree was downed.

Pope County

2 N Cyrus 0 0

The fire department estimated a wind

gust of 60 to 70 MPH.

Pope County

3 NW Lowry 0 0

A wind gust of 60 MPH was estimated by

the fire department at the intersection

of Highway 55 and 310th Avenue.

Douglas County

Garfield 0 0

Twelve trees were downed.

Redwood County

2 E Milroy 0 0

A trained spotter reported a funnel

cloud.

Douglas County

5 NE Garfield 0 0

Fifty trees were downed near Pilgrim

Point off County Road 34 on the shore

of Lake Ida. A campground on the point

sustained damage to its dining hall

including blown out windows. In

addition, a car was damaged by a downed

tree, power lines were downed, and a

propane tank was uplifted.

Douglas County

5 N Alexandria 0 0

Trees were felled onto several houses.

near county roads 11 and 34.

Douglas County

Alexandria 0 0

Legion Park, between 8th and 9th

avenues, was flooded by heavy

downpours.

Douglas County

Alexandria 0 0

A tree was downed at the intersection

of 6th Avenue and Cedar Street.

Pope County

3 WSW Glenwood to 0 0

Glenwood

Quarter sized hail fell between County

Road 18 and Highway 29 from Starbuck to

Long Beach to Glenwood.

Douglas County

Osakis 0 0

Trees were downed onto power lines at

the intersection of Highway 27 and

County Road 3.

Pope County

Glenwood to 0 0

Long Beach

Several trees and power lines were

downed. A truck was damaged on First

Avenue SW by a downed tree. A home on

First Avenue NE was struck by a pine

tree that was snapped off at its base.

A city vehicle shed was blown apart on

the north side of town and the roof was

deposited 100 yards away. Several

downed trees blocked South Lakeshore

Drive. Several pontoon boats and the

lifts they were attached to were blown

into Lake Minnewaska.

Todd County

Staples 0 0

A few trees were downed.

Stearns County

7 S Sauk Centre 0 0

A trained spotter reported via HAM

Radio that they witnessed a funnel

cloud from a vantage point 7 miles

south of Sauk Center.

Douglas County

12 SE Alexandria 0 0

Four inch tree branches were downed

onto Interstate 94.

Douglas County

2 S Osakis 0 0

Pope County

Glenwood 0 0 1K

A dirt berm had to be constructed on

Highway 28-29 to stop flood waters from

flowing across the highway near the

fairgrounds on the northwest side of

town. Low lying property and a few

roads nearby were flooded. An estimated

2.5 inches of rain fell in 30 minutes

in Glenwood.

Todd County

Long Prairie 0 0

A few trees were downed.

Watonwan County

4 WNW La Salle 0 0

Pea to quarter sized hail fell for 15

minutes.

Watonwan County

Darfur 0 0

Brown County

4 WSW Hanska 0 0

A funnel cloud was reported via HAM

radio about 2 miles northeast of

Godahl near the intersection of County

Road 4 and 132.

Brown County

3 SW Hanska 0 0

Watonwan County

3 NW Madelia to 0.5 50 0 0

3 NNW Madelia

A tornado that touched down northwest

of Madelia was witnessed by numerous

spotters, law enforcement officials,

and storm chasers. It first touched

down on farmland in Riverdale Township,

Section 13, along County Road 3. It

slightly damaged a nearby farmhouse and

a cornfield along 790th Avenue about

1/2 mile north of County Road 3. The

tornado crossed into Madelia Township

where it downed a few trees and

branches before dissipating.

Renville County

7 S Olivia 0 0

Martin County

Sherburn 0 0

Martin County

Dunnell 0 0

Martin County

Sherburn 0 0

Martin County

Trimont 0 0

Blue Earth County

6 ENE Lake Crystal 0 0

A storm chaser witnessed a tornado

briefly touch down near Minneopa State

Park.

Blue Earth County

Cambria 0 0

A storm chaser reported a funnel cloud

about 8 miles east of County Road 15.

Meeker County

5 SSW Watkins 0 0

Penny sized hail fell at Clear Lake.

Blue Earth County

10 W Mankato 0 0

A trained spotter reported a lowering

funnel cloud about 3 miles south of

Judson on County Road 11. A HAM radio

operator also reported seeing this

funnel cloud from a vantage point at

the intersection of County Road 13 and

512th Street about 2 miles north of

North Mankato in Nicollet County.

Nicollet County

1 N St George 0 0

Watonwan County

3 E Darfur 0 0

Brown County

4 W New Ulm 0

Morrison County

1 W Pierz 0

Martin County

3 W Sherburn 0

Golf ball sized hail fell at the

intersection of Interstate 90 and

County Road 7.

Martin County

Truman 0 0

An 8 inch diameter tree branch was

downed.

Mcleod County

4 NE Stewart 0 0

Mcleod County

4 NE Stewart 0 0

An 18 inch diameter tree and a few 8

inch diameter tree branches were downed

at the intersection of County Road 7

and 110th Street. A tree branch took

down power lines on Unit Avenue.

Nicollet County

1 N St Peter 0 0

A storm chaser witnessed a tornado

briefly touch down.

Mcleod County

4 N Glencoe 0 0

A portion of the roof of a trailer home

was blown off on Essex Court.

Mille Lacs County

1 SW Wahkon 0 0

Martin County

Truman 0 0

Blue Earth County

Mankato 0 0

Faribault County

3 N Winnebago 0 0

A downed tree smashed a grain wagon.

Anoka County

Coon Rapids 0 0

Trees were downed. The time was

estimated.

Chisago County

Chisago City 0 0

Large branches were downed onto power

lines.

Carver County

3 W Gotha 0 0

Nickel sized hail fell at the

intersection of County Road 153 and

County Road 50.

Anoka County

11 SE East Bethel 0 1

A 14-year-old boy was indirectly struck

by lightning in the basement of a home

near the intersection of 170th and

Bender in Section 11 of Columbus

Township. He was reaching for a glass

on a table when he saw a blue flash by

his feet and felt a sudden pain in his

back. He was taken to a local hospital

for evaluation. The time was estimated.

Mille Lacs County

Countywide 0 0 0.10K

Several roads were covered by water

including 100th Avenue and 45th Avenue

just south of Highway 27. Rainfall

amounts of 3.5 to 4.5 inches were

reported in the Isle, Onamia, and

Wahkon areas. Most of the rain fell in

one hour.

Carver County

Chaska 0 0

Dime sized hail fell at the

intersection of Highway 41 and County

Road 11.

Carver County

Chaska 0 0

Trees and a few power lines were

downed.

Dakota County

Eagan 0 0

Dakota County

Mendota Hgts 0 0

Morrison County

Countywide 0 0

A total of 3.25 inches of rain was

recorded in 30 minutes 5 miles south

of Fort Ripley.

Dakota County

Burnsville 0 0

Dime to nickel sized hail fell at the

intersection of Cliff Road and

Nicollet.

Waseca County

3 E Otisco 0 0

The roof of a shed was blown off at a

farm on 160th Street.

Carver County

Chaska 0 0

Tree branches up to 4 inches in

diameter were downed.

Waseca County

Waseca 0 0

Trees were downed.

Waseca County

4 E Waseca 0 0

Penny sized hail fell near the Waseca

and Steele County border east of

Waseca.

Waseca County

2 NW Waseca 0 0

An outbuilding at a farm was destroyed

by a lightning-related fire on 110th

Street in Section 36 of Iosco Township.

The time was estimated.

Waseca County

3 E Waseca 0 0

A bolt of lightning struck the fascia

of a home on 368th Avenue and came out

through the siding. Three people

inside the structure felt tingling

immediately after the bolt hit, but

were uninjured. The time was estimated.

Steele County

Meriden 0 0

An 18 inch diameter tree was downed

onto Highway 14 in Meridan Township.

Washington County

Stillwater 0 0

At least 12 trees up to 50 feet tall

and 20 inches in diameter were downed

in the Norcrest Avenue area.

Goodhue County

Cannon Falls 0 0

A tree was downed.

Goodhue County

Kenyon 0 0

Two trees were downed. One tree fell

onto a garage.

Washington County

2 SSE Lake Elmo 0 0

Eleven power poles were snapped along

Manning Avenue (County Road 15) south

of County Road 10 near Oak-Land Junior

High School.

Washington County

Oakdale to 0 0

Lake Elmo

A few trees and power lines were

downed.

Washington County

Woodbury 0 0

A citizen on Duckwood Trail recorded a

wind gust of 59 MPH. A tree on the

property was downed onto a deck. More

than 50 trees were downed across the

city, mainly south of Valley Creek Road

and west of Woodbury Drive. The Colby

Lake development was hardest hit. One

home lost a corner of its roof and yard

objects were thrown around.

Goodhue County

Red Wing 0 0

Several trees were downed. One downed

tree blocked a road.

St. Louis County

3 S Orr 0 0

Many large trees were blown down.

Crow Wing County

Ft Ripley 0 0

Pine County

4 SE Rock Creek to 0 0 0

8 E Pine City

The tornado began in Chisago County and

traveled into Pine County, crossing

Highway 70. It traveled over rural

areas, causing damage to trees. The

tornado did not affect any structures.

Pine County

17 ESE Hinckley to 0 0 0

23 E Hinckley

This tornado traveled through St. Croix

State Park. Numerous trees were blown

down and uprooted. Fortunately, the

tornado missed the camping and swimming

areas.

Pine County

6 E Askov 0 0

The tornado touch down briefly in an

open, rural area.

Cass County

Pine River 0 0

Sixty-three trees were uprooted at the

Pine River Country Club.

Crow Wing County

7 N Brainerd 0 0

Cass County

Leader 0 0

A pontoon was swamped on Gull Lake. All

passengers aboard were rescued.

Crow Wing County

4 S Merrifield 0 0

Trees were blown down and blocked

Highway 3.

Crow Wing County

Merrifield 0 0

Trees were blown down around County

Road 127 and Ojibway Road, and by

County Roads 3 and 115, resulting in

power outages.

Pine County

1 SW Hinckley 0 0

Koochiching County

Little Fork 0 0

Strong thunderstorm winds hit the

Little Fork area. On County Road 73 a

mobile home was overturned, large

trees were blown down, breaking windows

and causing other structural damage.

Also, a pole barn collapsed. On County

Road 8, a barn collapsed, two sheds

were blown into the woods, and over

100 trees were uprooted.

Koochiching County

Ray 0 0

Two trees were blown down. Branches

were blown down as well.

St. Louis County

Kabetogama 0 0

Power lines and trees were blown down

in the Kabetogama and Ash River Trail

areas. A 420 foot tower was blown over.

St. Louis County

9 NE Orr 0 0

Strong thunderstorm winds took down

trees and phone lines in the Camp 5

Township, including the Elephant Lake

and Ash River areas.

Itasca County

5 NW Grand Rapids 0 0

Trees were blown down and power was

lost.

Crow Wing County

Cross Lake 0 0

Trees were blown down, causing power

outages.

Crow Wing County

Cross Lake 0 0

Cass County

4 NE Walker 0 0

Trees were blown down and a boat lift

was thrown 50 feet.

Cass County

12 SW Backus 0 0

Cass County

1 N Pine River 0 0

Also, winds were blowing at 40 mph.

Itasca County

Bowstring 0 0

Trees were blown down at Riley’s

Supper Club.

St. Louis County

Orr 0 0

Trees were blown down and power was

lost.

Aitkin County

Hill City 0 0

Aitkin County

2 E Hill City 0 0

St. Louis County

Cook 0 0

Cass County

Outing 0 0

Downed power lines left 300 people

without electricity from Longville to

Outing.

Cass County

Federal Dam 0 0

Trees were blown down, including a 50

foot pine.

Crow Wing County

Nisswa 0 0

Trees and power lines were blown down.

Crow Wing County

13 S Brainerd 0 0

Hundreds of electric customers were

without power as high winds downed

power lines and lightning hit

transformers.

Pine County

5 N Finlayson 0 0

About 50 homes lost power as trees fell

on power lines.

MINNESOTA, Northwest

Wilkin County

4 SW Campbell 0 0

1.2 inches of rain also fell in 30

minutes.

Wilkin County

1 W Rothsay 0 0

The wind gust was measured by a MN DOT

RWIS sensor.

Clay County

5 S Hitterdal 0 0

Several section roads were flooded

south of Hitterdal and west of highway

32

Wilkin County

Tenney 0 0

Ditches were full with fields and farm

yards flooded.

Wilkin County

Breckenridge 0 0

Grant County

Hoffman 0 0

Wilkin County

Campbell 0 0

4 inch diameter branches were blown

down.

MNZ029

0 0

The Red River at Wahpeton/Breckenridge

had 3 crests above its moderate flood

stage during the month of June. These 3

occurred in near succession, one around

12.9 feet on June 9th, the second

around 12.7 feet on June 12th, and the

third around 13.1 feet on June 15th.

The Bois de Sioux River spilled over

its banks south of Breckenridge,

flooding several township roads. The

U.S. Highway 75 underpass north of Kent

was closed due to high water.

Clay County

Felton 0 0

The tornado briefly touched down in

Felton. Many large trees were uprooted

or snapped off. Some roof damage was

also reported from broken tree

branches.

Clay County

Moorhead 0 0

The official National Weather Service

cooperative observer reported 2.40

inches of rain in a short period of

time. Many streets and underpasses were

flooded. Several people had to be

pulled out of flooded roads.

Grant County

2 SE Hoffman 0 0

This funnel cloud formed near the

county line.

Otter Tail County

1 W Parkers Prairie 0 0

A wall cloud with pendant funnel was

seen moving to the north.

Otter Tail County

8 N Parkers Prairie to 0 0

8.5 N Parkers Prairie

The tornado stayed in a wildlife area

to the west of highway 29.

Wadena County

1 SW Aldrich 0 0

A brief funnel was reported.

MNZ007

0 0

The Red River at Oslo (MN) rose to a

crest around 35.5 feet on June 19th.

Moderate flooding occurs at Oslo when

the Red River reaches a height of 30

feet.

MNZ003

0 0

The Red River in Fargo/Moorhead rose to

a crest around 28.19 feet on June 18th.

Moderate flooding occurs at

Fargo/Moorhead when the Red River

reaches a height of 27 feet. This was

the second highest summer crest on

record. The highest summer crest of

33.26 feet occurred on July 4, 1975.

The flooding Red River affected

recreational paths, golf courses, and

bridges.

MNZ001

0 0

The Red River at East Grand Forks (MN)

rose to a crest around 40.36 feet on

June 18th. Moderate flooding occurs at

East Grand Forks when the Red River

reaches a height of 40 feet. This was

the second highest summer crest on

record. The highest summer crest of

43.08 feet occurred on July 14, 1975.

East Grand Forks closed the 4th street

northwest off-ramp from U.S. Highway 2.

Kittson County

2 N St Vincent 0 0

A 77 mph wind gust was measured at the

Emerson port of entry.

Kittson County

1 N Humboldt 0 0

A pole barn was blown down.

Marshall County

4 NE Alvarado 0 0

Marshall County

5 ESE Warren 0 0

Polk County

6 NNW Tabor 0 0

Roseau County

10 NW Greenbush 0 0

Polk County

East Grand Forks 0 0

The hail fell on the northeast side of

town.

Polk County

8 NE East Grand Fork 0 0

A wall cloud with a funnel was

reported.

Polk County

2 NE Sherack 0 0

Polk County

3 NNW Euclid 0 0

Two funnels were reported at the time

and one briefly touched down near the

intersection of U.S. Highway 75 and

county road 21.

Beltrami County

5 NE Waskish 0 0

Dime to nickle sized hail was reported.

Beltrami County

3 S Kelliher 0 0

Water flowed over highway 72 from

Cormorant Creek and Battle River.

Beltrami County

Blackduck 0 0

A sheriffs deputy reported trees bent

over and blinding rain.

Hubbard County

11 S Akeley 0 0

Wilkin County

Kent 0 0

Grant County

Norcross 0 0

Trees were blown down.

Grant County

Wendell 0 0

10 inch diameter trees were blown down.

Otter Tail County

3 NE Vergas 0 0

Otter Tail County

3 NE Vergas 0 0

Grant County

Ashby 0 0

Two trees and numerous branches were

blown down.

Otter Tail County

Fergus Falls 0 0

Several trees were blown down, one

falling on a power line. A traffic

signal was torn off a pole and two

cars had minor damage from falling

trees.

Otter Tail County

10 N Fergus Falls 0 0

A work shed was ripped to pieces and

another shed was blown away.

Significant damage also occurred to

the roof and a wall of the home. A

solid steel weather vane was bent and

many trees were blown down.

Otter Tail County

5 N Fergus Falls 0 0

Power lines were snapped off by the

strong wind.

Otter Tail County

5 E Erhard 0 0

Large tree branches were blown down.

Otter Tail County

3 ESE Phelps 0 0

Highway 72 was closed near the

southwest corner of Otter Tail Lake,

as many trees were blown down onto the

road.

Otter Tail County

Battle Lake 0 0

A metal storage shed was blown apart

and lifted into some nearby power

lines.

Otter Tail County

Otter Tail Lake 0 0

Hundreds of trees were uprooted or

damaged. Widespread damage also

occurred to boats, docks, and boat

lifts on Otter Tail Lake. Wave erosion

also occurred on beaches. One lake

resident said the storm produced the

highest storm lake surge since 1948. A

metal patio chair was thrown through a

ground floor window at one cabin.

Highway 78 was closed for a time as

fallen trees made it impassable. An

estimated $2.9 million was spent by

the county for cleanup and debris

removal. This figure did not include

damage or cleanup expenses at

residential or business properties.

Otter Tail County

3 SW Ottertail 0 0

Hundreds of trees were blown over at

the Balmoral Golf Course, making it

unplayable for nearly a week. This was

the second consecutive summer the golf

course was hit with high winds and

tremendous tree damage.

Otter Tail County

1 S Phelps 0 0

Dozens of trees were blown down and

power was lost. One tree fell on a van,

crushing it.

Otter Tail County

1 SW Richville 0 1

A 3-foot diameter tree fell on a

mobile home, injuring the man inside.

The mobile home was destroyed, and it

took an hour to free the man.

Grant County

4 N Barrett 0 0

A brief touchdown occurred near Pomme

De Terre River. A few trees were

knocked over by winds estimated to be

around 100 mph.

Otter Tail County

9 SSW Perham 0 0

A funnel cloud was seen dipping down

from the parent wall cloud.

Otter Tail County

4 WNW Ottertail to 0 0

Ottertail

Large trees were uprooted and a roof

was torn off a house. The top was torn

off a wooden grain elevator in

Ottertail and a nearby grain bin was

bent inward. A gas pump was blown over

at a convenience store, causing a fire.

The tornado also tore the roof off a

business in Ottertail and destroyed

its sign. A delivery truck was lifted

off the ground and thrown 20 feet onto

a nearby car.

Otter Tail County

5 N Ottertail 0 0

The strong winds damaged boats, docks,

and boat lifts around Rush Lake. Many

trees were also blown down.

Otter Tail County

Perham 0 0

Numerous trees were broken or uprooted

in and around Perham. One tree fell on

a car. Tree damage also occurred along

U.S. Highway 10.

Otter Tail County

1 NW Henning 0 0

A semi truck and trailer were blown

off U.S. Highway 10 and overturned.

Otter Tail County

Heinola 0 0

A barn was blown over and a large metal

bale feeder was tossed across the

farmyard.

Otter Tail County

1.5 SSW Heinola 0 0

Uprooted trees broke windows and

damaged the siding on a house. Two

trampolines were thrown into nearby

trees.

Otter Tail County

New York Mills 0 0

Numerous large trees were blown down

or uprooted. Trees fell on cars and

homes.

Otter Tail County

7 SW New York Mills 0 0

A barn was pushed off its foundation

and a horse was injured.

Otter Tail County

New York Mills Arpt 0 0

An insulated shed was destroyed and

debris was thrown 300 feet to the east.

A camping trailer parked at the airport

was tipped over.

Otter Tail County

Deer Creek 0 0

Large trees were uprooted and cracked.

A garage was blown about a foot off its

foundation. Metal siding was torn off

and wrapped around a stop sign.

Otter Tail County

3 S Bluffton to 0 0

3 SSE Bluffton

A potato warehouse was completely torn

apart by the tornado and debris was

scattered several hundred feet

downwind (east). Other nearby

structures were not seriously damaged.

A turkey barn roof was also partially

removed. Estimated wind speeds were

around 150 mph.

Wadena County

Wadena 0 1

Trees were blown down all around

Wadena. Trees fell on buildings, cars,

and power lines. A church under

construction lost its roof and a wall

collapsed. The strong winds slammed a

man into a wall. The man went to the

emergency room, but suffered no

major injuries.

Wadena County

Wadena Arpt 0 0

The AWOS at the airport measured a 76

mph wind gust.

Wadena County

3 S Wadena 0 0

Large trees were uprooted and power

poles snapped. Widespread power

outages were reported.

Wadena County

1 S Sebeka 0 0

Large trees were blown down across

U.S. Highway 71.

Wadena County

Verndale 0 0

Trees were uprooted by the strong wind

and 2 fell on a house. Trees also fell

on power lines and blocked city

streets.

Wadena County

3 ENE Blue Grass 0 0

Many large oak and pine trees were

uprooted or snapped off.

Wadena County

Aldrich 0 0

Many large trees were blown down or

snapped off.

Kittson County

2 N Hallock 0 0

Kittson County

Lancaster 0 0

Three grain bins were blown apart and

thrown onto the nearby railroad tracks.

An old garage was damaged and shingles

were blown off a house.

Kittson County

Orleans to 0 0

1 NE Orleans

A brief touchdown occurred in Orleans.

The tornado destroyed six large grain

bins at the elevator and one small

storage shed. Peak winds were

estimated at 120 mph.

Kittson County

Humboldt 0 0

An NDAWN sensor measured the wind gust.

Kiittson County

Hallock 0 0

A persistent wall cloud with pendant

funnel cloud was observed moving

east-southeast.

Kittson County

Donaldson 0 0

A MNDOT RWIS sensor measured the 60 mph

wind gust.

Lake Of The Woods

County

Angle Inlet 0 0

Nickle to quarter-sized hail was

reported.

Lake Of The Woods

County

Angle Inlet 0 0

Around 68 trees were uprooted at Angle

Outpost Resort. Three 700-pound piers

were pulled out of the dock area and

three boats were tossed on shore. The

strong winds blew for about 15 minutes.

Over one thousand trees were blown down

from French Narrows and Fort Charles

down into the Northwest Angle. Windows

were blown out of several cabins in

the area.

Lake Of The Woods

County

7 SE Angle Inlet to 0 0

3 S Oak Is

The tornado tracked from the east end

of the Northwest Angle, out onto the

Lake of the Woods to about 3 miles

south of Oak Island. The

tornado-waterspout was seen from the

shore of Little Oak Island. Numerous

trees were uprooted or snapped off on

the Northwest Angle. Estimated peak

winds were 100 mph.

Polk County

5 WNW Fisher to 0 0

3 WNW Fisher

Well-built garage walls and a roof were

torn off a home. Steel grain bins were

ripped off their foundations and thrown

through the air. A 36×100 foot

hip-roofed barn was torn from its

foundation and demolished. Peak winds

were estimated at 150 mph.

Lake Of The Woods

County

Angle Inlet 0 0

Polk County

3 N Fisher 0 0

Several large trees were blown down in

a shelterbelt.

Polk County

5 NW Crookston 0 0

The roofing and sidewalls were

violently torn from two pole sheds and

blown to the east. Numerous trees were

uprooted or snapped off.

Polk County

5 NE Fisher to 0 0

6.5 NE Fisher

Two steel grains bins were ripped off

their foundations with debris thrown

for about a half-mile to the northeast.

Peak winds were estimated at 120 mph.

Polk County

4 NNW Crookston 0 0

Several large trees were blown down by

the strong wind. Shingles were torn

off two homes.

Roseau County

Fox 0 0

The roof was blown off a house.

Polk County

Crookston Muni Arpt 0 0

A 108 mph wind gust was measured by

the Crookston AWOS. Several airport

hangers sustained roof damage.

Polk County

3 N Crookston 0 0

The roof was torn off a barn and two

steel grain bins were blown down.

Polk County

7 WNW Mentor 0 0

The tornado formed on the south edge

of a downburst wind core. The tornado

was observed in a field just south of

U.S. Highway 2 at Marcoux Corner.

MINNESOTA, Northwest

Red Lake County

1 WSW Dorothy 0 0

Polk County

6 SE Euclid to 0 0

7 E Euclid

The tornado formed on the northern edge

of a downburst wind core. Trees were

snapped off in shelterbelts and

shingles torn off roofs. Estimated peak

wind speeds were 110 mph. The tornado

continued into Red Lake county.

Pennington County

6 W St Hilaire 0 0

Pennington County

1 E St Hilaire 0 0

Red Lake County

3 S Dorothy 0 0

The end walls were blown out of a pole

shed. Numerous large trees were snapped

off or uprooted.

Red Lake County

2 NW Dorothy to 0 0

3 NNW Dorothy

This tornado originated 6 miles

southeast of Euclid in Polk county. It

tracked for about a mile in Red Lake

county, snapping off trees in

shelterbelts. Estimated peak winds were

110 mph.

Marshall County

3 E Gatzke 0 0

A MNDOT RWIS site measured the 68 mph

wind gust.

Norman County

5 ESE Shelly 0 0

Pennington County

Goodridge 0 0

Trees were blown down and some shingle

damage was reported.

Polk County

6 N Erskine 0 0

A MNDOT RWIS site measured the 58 mph

wind gust.

Polk County

2 E Fertile 0 0

A brief tornado touchdown was reported

east of Fertile.

Red Lake County

4 S Brooks 0 0

A MN DOT RWIS site measured the 58 mph

wind gust.

Roseau County

Roosevelt 0 0

Beltrami County

16 SW Fourtown 0 0

Lake Of The Woods

County

5 SE Williams 0 0

Pennington County

10 ESE Goodridge 0 0

Lake Of The Woods

County

25 WSW Baudette 0 0

Large trees were blown down near Norris

Camp.

Polk County

8 E Fertile 0 0

Lake Of The Woods

County

1 E Baudette 0 0

Clearwater County

Shevlin 0 0

MINNESOTA, Northwest

Beltrami County

Ponemah 0

Clay County

6 ENE Hawley to 0 0

7 ENE Hawley

Trees were knocked down near Buffalo

Creek by winds estimated to be around

90 mph. Video of the tornado was shown

on the Weather Channel. The tornado

continued into Becker county.

Becker County

3 WNW Lake Park to 0 0

2 NW Lake Park

The tornado originated 6 miles

east-northeast of Hawley in Clay

county. The tornado tracked toward

Stinking Lake and damaged several trees

in the area. Peak winds were estimated

at 90 mph.

Becker County

2 N Lake Park 0 0

Clearwater County

3 ENE Leonard to 0 0

4 ENE Leonard

The tornado knocked down numerous trees

along county road 24. Estimated peak

Beltrami county.

Beltrami County

12 W Puposky to 0 0

8 W Puposky

The tornado originated 3 miles

east-northeast of Leonard in Clearwater

county. Many large trees were knocked

over along county road 24. Estimated

peak wind speeds were 90 mph.

Beltrami County

3 SSW Blackduck to 0 0

3 SSE Blackduck

The tornado tracked through trees and

crossed scenic highway 39 south of

Blackduck. Many large trees were

knocked down along the damage path.

Peak wind speeds were estimated at

100 mph.

Becker County

Two Inlets 0 0

Hubbard County

10 NNW Park Rapids 0 0

Kittson County

8 W Hallock 0 0

Fields were flooded near highway 175

and county road 16.

Otter Tail County

10 NE New York Mills 0 0

Wadena County

1 W Nimrod 0 0

Becker County

6 ESE White Earth 0 0

Water flowed over county road 34 near

Strawberry Lake.

Becker County

Detroit Lakes 0 0

One inch of rain fell in less than 30

minutes, flooding several city streets.

Becker County

Osage 0 0

Becker County

4 ENE Osage to 0 0

5 ENE Osage

The tornado continued into Hubbard

county.

Hubbard County

4 WNW Park Rapids t 0 0

4 NW Park Rapids

The tornado originated 4 miles

east-northeast of Osage in Becker

county. The tornado tracked to near

Portage Lake and knocked down several

trees. Peak winds were estimated at

100 mph.

MINNESOTA, Northwest

Hubbard County

2 W Park Rapids 0 0

The strong winds damaged a metal barn

roof, a hay shed, two fish houses, and

an irrigation rig. Several trees were

also blown down.

Hubbard County

Park Rapids 0 0

Large branches were blown down. A wind

gust of 51 mph was measured at the Park

Rapids airport at 346 pm CDT.

Hubbard County

Park Rapids 0 0

One inch of rain fell in less than 30

minutes, causing street flooding in

Park Rapids.

Wadena County

4 NE Nimrod 0 0

Beltrami County

5 NE Waskish 0 0

Polk County

2 W Eldred 0 0

The wind gust was measured by an NDAWN

wind sensor.

Polk County

8 NE East Grand Fork 0 0

Two trees were uprooted and many large

branches were blown down.

Kittson County

9 N Lancaster 0 0

The strong winds tore the trim off a

building and knocked over several large

trees.

Marshall County

Argyle 0 0

Large tree limbs were blown down.

Marshall County

1 E Argyle 0 0

The roof was peeled off a warehouse and

large doors were torn off a building.

Farm machinery was blown across a yard

and power poles were snapped off.

Kittson County

6 E Lancaster 0 0

Large branches were blown down at

several farms.

Norman County

1 NE Ranum 0 0

Polk County

1 E Erskine 0 0

Trees were blown down onto power lines,

knocking some power poles over. Several

shed roots were damaged.

Mahnomen County

Bejou 0 0

Large branches were blown down along

with power lines.

Pennington County

8 SSE Thief River Fall 0 0

Polk County

6 N Erskine 0 0

The wind gust was measured by a MNDOT

RWIS sensor.

Red Lake County

4 S Brooks 0 0

The wind gust was measured by a MNDOT

RWIS sensor.

Roseau County

Greenbush 0 0

A 10 inch diameter tree branch fell on

a house roof.

Becker County

Detroit Lakes 0 0

Kittson County

11 E Lake Bronson 0 0

Fields and farm access roads were

flooded along lateral ditch number two

near the Kittson/Roseau county line.

Roseau County

11 WNW Greenbush 0 0

Fields and farm access roads were

flooded along lateral ditch number two

near the Rosea/Kittson county border.

Wilkin County

9 SSE Breckenridge 0 0

Clay County

1 S Rollag 0 0

Prolonged heavy rains and excessive

runoff caused a basement to flood.

Wilkin County

Tenney 0 0

Large tree branches were blown down and

power lines were knocked down.

Scattered power outages were also

reported.

Becker County

Lake Park 0 0

Otter Tail County

Fergus Falls 0 0

A tree fell on a car and blocked

traffic. Another tree fell on a power

line, causing a brief fire.

Wilkin County

Breckenridge 0 0

Street flooding was reported after two

inches of rain fell in less than an

hour.

Wilkin County

Campbell 0 0

Heavy rain flooded city streets.

Clay County

3 NE Rollag to 0 0

4 NE Rollag

Intermittent tornado touchdowns

occurred to the Becker county line

about 4 miles northeast of Rollag. The

tornado continued into Becker county.

Becker County

7 SSW Lake Park to 0 0

4 SSW Lake Park

This tornado originated about 3 miles

northeast of Rollag in Clay county.

Numerous trees were knocked down along

the tornado track. Peak winds were

estimated at 90 mph.

Becker County

Lake Park 0 0

A MNDOT RWIS sensor along U.S. Highway

10 measured the wind gust.

Grant County

6 S Norcross 0 0

Otter Tail County

8 NE Fergus Falls to 0 0

9 NE Fergus Falls

The tornado flattened an older barn and

uprooted several trees. Two people

narrowly escaped the tornado as it hit

the barn. The landowner reported that

another tornado had hit another barn on

same site back in 1933. Peak winds were

estimated at 130 mph.

Grant County

Barrett 0 0

A tree fell on a garage.

Grant County

5 W Hoffman 0 0

6 to 8 inch diameter tree limbs were

ripped off.

Otter Tail County

5 NW New York Mills 0 0

Mahnomen County

10 N Mahkonce 0 0

A large branch was torn off a tree.

Otter Tail County

3 SE Bluffton 0 0

A MNDOT RWIS sensor along U.S. Highway

10 measured the wind gust.

Becker County

1 SE Two Inlets 0 0

60 to 70 mph (estimated) wind speeds

occurred with a lot of tree damage.

Wadena County

Verndale 0 0

Clearwater County

Bagley 0 0

A large blue spruce tree was uprooted.

Hubbard County

10 NE Park Rapids 0 0

Wadena County

3 N Staples 0 0

A 10-unit storage building under

construction was damaged.

Wadena County

8 E Verndale 0 0

Wadena County

3 S Oylen 0 0

A brief touchdown was reported.

Hubbard County

10 N Kabekona Corner 0 0

Large tree branches were blown down.

Beltrami County

4 SE Bemidji 0 0

Large tree branches were blown down.

Grant County

5 NW Wendell 0 0

Fields and farm access roads were

flooded.

Otter Tail County

5 E Fergus Falls 0 0

Water covered highway 220 east of

Fergus Falls near Pebble Lake road.

MNZ029

0 0

Many fields and roads were flooded

across southern Wilkin county. Heavy

amounts of rain fell many times

throughout the month of June. The

official National Weather Service

cooperative observer at Campbell

reported 12.07 inches of rain for the

month.

MNZ004

0 0

The Two Rivers River at Hallock rose

above its moderate flood stage of 806

feet MSL late in the month of June. The

actual crest occurred in early July.

MNZ029

0 0

Rainfall toward the end of June pushed

the Red River at Wahpeton/Breckenridge

back above its moderate flood stage of

12 feet. The crest for this event

didn’t occur until early July.

MINNESOTA, Southeast

Olmsted County

4 NW Rochester 0 0 50K

MINNESOTA, Southeast

Olmsted County

5 NW Rochester 0 0 50K

Olmsted County

3 NW Rochester 0 0 2K

Olmsted County

2 N Rochester 0 0 50K

Olmsted County

3 N Rochester 0 0 30K

Olmsted County

4 SSE Oronoco 0 0 5K

Olmsted County

Rochester 0 0 20K

Mower County

6 N Le Roy 0 0 5K

Hail as large as nickels and quarters

was reported by spotters, law

enforcement officials and the public.

Hardest hit was the northwest side of

Rochester (Olmsted County) where

numerous vehicles were damaged by large

hail. In fact, estimates indicated

nearly $200,000 in damage to vehicles

in the city of Rochester alone.

Wabasha County

Elgin 0 0 1K 3K

Winona County

2 NW Elba 0 0

Olmsted County

Little Vly 0 0 1.5K

Olmsted County

2 NW Oronoco 0 0

Wabasha County

Mazeppa 0 0 0.80K

Wind gusts of 60 to 65 mph, along with

hail the size of pennies and nickels,

was reported by storm spotters, law

enforcement officials and amateur radio

operators.

Wabasha County

West Portion 0 0 2.5K 1.5K

Rainfall amounts of 4 to 5 inches in

two hours caused flash flooding. Law

enforcement officials reported some

minor damage to roads in the Mazeppa,

Oak Center and Zumbro Falls areas.

Dodge County

Mantorville 0 0 0.25K

Olmsted County

Byron 0 0 0.10K

Olmsted County

Rochester 0 0

Olmsted County

Rochester 0 0 0.30K

Storm spotters reported wind gusts of

60 mph, along with hail the size of

nickels.

Wabasha County

West Portion 0 0 1.5K

With the ground already saturated from

heavy rain the previous evening,

another round of heavy rain caused

flash flooding. The resultant high

water forced the closure of Highway 63

in Zumbro Falls. In addition, a storm

spotter in Zumbro Falls reported a 24

hour rainfall total of 5.95 inches.

Dodge County

Hayfield 0 0 35K

An early morning lightning strike

caused a barn to burn down, killing

approximately 11,000 turkeys.

Mower County

Dexter 0 0

Olmsted County

2 SW Stewartville 0 0

Storm spotters estimated wind gusts of

60 mph.

Cottonwood County

5 S Storden 0 0

Lyon County

Minneota 0 0

Pipestone County

5 N Pipestone 0 0

Rock County

Hills 0 0

Thunderstorm winds caused tree and

power line damage, including several

trees blown down. One falling tree

destroyed a fence. The damage also

resulted in a power outage.

Lincoln County

Hendricks 0 0

Lyon County

Taunton to 0 0 20K

Cottonwood

Thunderstorm winds caused tree and

power line damage with several trees

blown down. The winds blew open part of

the roof of a mobile home in

Cottonwood, and falling power lines

caused a small fire in Cottonwood. The

winds also caused other minor property

damage.

Jackson County

3 SW Bergen 0 0

Cottonwood County

Windom 0 0

Cottonwood County

11 W Windom 0 0

Murray County

2 S Currant Lake 0 0

Cottonwood County

Jeffers 0 0

Cottonwood County

Jeffers 0 0

Lyon County

4 NE Marshall 0 0

Nobles County

4 SW Lismore 0 0

Nobles County

3 SW Lismore 0 0

Large hail damaged at least 350 acres

of corn and soybean crops. The amount

of crop damage was not known, being

dependent on the degree of future crop

recovery.

Rock County

2 NE Hills 0 0

Nobles County

Ellsworth 0 0

Heavy rain caused flooding of low

areas, including fields and roads.

Murray County

Slayton 0 0

Rock County

2 SW Jasper to 500 0

2 W Jasper

A tornado caused no reported damage

before crossing north into Pipestone

County.

Pipestone County

5 SW Ihlen to 0

4.8 SW Ihlen

A tornado caused no reported damage

after moving from Rock County.

Pipestone County

2 S Ihlen to 0 0

1 S lhlen

Pipestone County

Ihlen 0 0

Pipestone County

4 SW Ihlen 0 0

Pipestone County

4 SW Mien 0 0

Rock County

1 S Jasper 0 0

Rock County

Laverne 0 0

Rock County

2 SW Jasper 0 0

Rock County

4 SW Magnolia 0 0

Pipestone County

4 SW Ihlen 0 0

Thunderstorm winds caused tree damage,

including several trees blown over. The

winds also blew down power lines,

resulting in power outages.

Nobles County

Adrian 0 0

Nobles County

6 S Adrian 0 0

Jackson County

9 W Petersburg 0 0

Jackson County

9 S Lakefield 0 0

Jackson County

Jackson 0 0

Heavy rain caused flooding of numerous

streets, stranding several vehicles.

Lyon County

Balaton 0 0

Lincoln County

2 SE Lake Benton 0 0

Lyon County

Balaton 0 0

Murray County

13 N Slayton 0 0

Lincoln County

2 SE Hendricks 0 0

Heavy rain caused flooding of roads,

fields, and other low areas.

Lyon County

Tracy 0 0

Heavy rain caused flooding of numerous

roads.

Pipestone County

Ruthton 0 0

Murray County

Lake Wilson 0 0

Murray County

5 NW Lake Wilson to 0 0

4 SW Chandler

Heavy rain caused flooding of roads and

fields.

Pipestone County

Edgerton 0 0

Thunderstorm winds caused tree and

power line damage, causing a power

outage. The winds blew down 3 to 4 inch

diameter branches.

Cottonwood County

Westbrook 0 0

Heavy rain caused flooding of streets

and low areas.

Nobles County

Adrian 0 0

Thunderstorm winds caused tree damage,

including 4 inch diameter branches

blown down.

Rock County

1 N Magnolia 0 0

Thunderstorm winds caused tree damage,

including 2 to 3 inch diameter branches

blown down.

Pipestone County

Trosky 0 0

Heavy rain caused flooding of numerous

county roads, a few of which were

washed out. The amount of damage was

not known.

Jackson County

9 SW Spafford 0 0

Heavy rain caused flooding of county

roads, fields, and other low areas.

Nobles County

Worthington 0 0

Heavy rain caused flooding of several

streets, with water 3 feet deep at one

intersection.

Rock County

2 SW Magnolia 0 0

Heavy rain caused flooding of fields

and several roads.

Lincoln County

Lake Benton 0 0

Pipestone County

11 N Pipestone 0 0

Pipestone County

11 N Pipestone 0 0

Rock County

Luverne 0 0

Rock County

Luverne 0 0

Nobles County

7 NW Lismore 0 0

Murray County

4 SW Chandler 0 0

Thunderstorm winds caused tree damage,

including up to 8 inch diameter

branches blown down.

Rock County

1 NW Kenneth 0 0

Rock County

1 S Kenneth 0 0

Nobles County

3 NE Lismore 0 0

Nobles County

6 NW Lismore 0 0

Lyon County

Florence 0 0

Nobles County

7 NW Lismore 0 0

Lyon County

1 E Russell 0 0

Murray County

Avoca 0 0

Lyon County

Russell 0 0

Lyon County

4 SE Marshall to 0 0

6 E Marshall

A tornado caused no reported damage.

Cottonwood County

9 W Windom to 0 0

2 S Jeffers

A tornado damaged corn crops and tore

off a pumphouse roof.

Cottonwood County

3 NE Delft 0 0

Jackson County

Alpha 0 0

Jackson County

2 S Alpha 0 0

MINNESOTA, West

NONE REPORTED.

MINNESOTA, West Central

Traverse County

12 SW Wheaton 0 0

Traverse County

Wheaton 0 0

Heavy rains of 3 to 5 inches fell in

and around the city of Wheaton causing

flash flooding. Many roads had water

running over them with several of them

closed.

Big Stone County

Ortonville 0 0

Traverse County

6 E Dumont 0 0

Big Stone County

9 SE Beardsley 0 0

Traverse County

Wheaton 0 0

Big Stone County

4 SSE Graceville 0 0

Traverse County

5 SE Collis 0 0

Traverse County

5 SE Collis 0 0

MISSISSIPPI, Central

NOT RECEIVED.

MISSISSIPPI, North

De Soto County

Cockrum 0 0 1K

A building had part of its roof

damaged.

De Soto County

Olive Branch 0 0 0.10K

MISSISSIPPI, North

Tunica County

Tunica 0 0 1K

Several large tree limbs were blown

down.

MISSISSIPPI, South

Jackson County

10 SW Vancleave 0 0

A funnel cloud was reported north of

Interstate 10 and west of Highway 57.

Harrison County

Biloxi 0 0

A pine tree struck by lightning fell on

the roof of a house causing a fire that

resulted in extensive damage to the

home.

Amite County

Liberty 0 0 0.50K

A tree was blown down along Highway 48.

Amite County

Gloster to 0 0 7K

Glading

Thunderstorm winds toppled a tree that

fell on a house causing significant

damage to the home.

MSZ080>082

0 0

Tropical Storm Arlene developed in the

western Caribbean on June 9th and moved

north across the eastern Gulf of Mexico

on June 10th and 11th before making

landfall in the extreme western Florida

Panhandle near Pensacola during the

afternoon of the 11th. Weather impacts

from Torpical Storm Arlene were minimal

along the Mississippi coast as

sustained tropical storm force winds

and wind gusts remained off the coast

over the coastal waters. The highest

measured sustained wind was 34 knots at

NOAA buoy 42040 located 22 miles south

southeast of Biloxi, Mississippi. This

buoy also recorded the highest wind

gust of 43 knots. The minimum pressure

measured was 998.6 mb at NOAA buoy

42040. Rainfall was generally between

one and two inches across Jackson

County with much lower amounts farther

west along the Mississippi coast. No

significant storm surge or coastal

flooding occurred with Tropical Storm

Arlene along the Mississippi coast.

There was no significant storm damage

reported.

Pearl River County

1 W Poplarville 0 0

Jackson County

Pascagoula 0 0 1.5K

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees

on Jordan Road at Seaman Road.

Jackson County

Ocean Spgs 0 0

A funnel cloud was reported near a

school on Government Street.

MISSISSIPPI, Southeast

NONE REPORTED.

Location Character of Storm

MINNESOTA, Central and South Central

Meeker County

8 S Litchfield Funnel Cloud

The Sheriffs department stated that

several motorists reported seeing a

funnel cloud.

Washington County

Lake Elmo Funnel Cloud

Several spotters reported a funnel

cloud near Interstate 94 and Keats

Avenue.

Stevens County

5 WSW Hancock Hail (1.00)

Quarter sized hail covered the ground

and damaged crops.

Lac Qui Parle County

Boyd Hail (1.00)

Quarter sized hail dented cars and

broke windows.

Yellow Medicine

County

8 SW Clarkfield Hail (0.75)

Swift County

Benson Hail (0.75)

Dime sized hail was reported south and

west of Benson.

Swift County

4 NE Benson Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A tree and several branches were

downed.

Swift County

Benson Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees and power lines were downed near

Benson.

Renville County

2 SW Renville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Large branches were downed.

Pope County

7 SE Cyrus Hail (0.75)

Penny sized hail fell near Lake Emily.

Brown County

2 S Springfield Hail (0.88)

Sibley County

2 SW Winthrop Hail (1.00)

Ramsey County

Vadnais Hgts Hail (1.00)

Quarter sized hail fell near the

intersection of Interstate 35E and

County Road E.

Ramsey County

Vadnais Hgts Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees and power lines were downed.

Ramsey County

Vadnais Hgts Lightning

Lightning struck a home on Timberline

Trail. The northwest corner of the

home caught fire and sheetrock fell

down on a person lying in bed.

Ramsey County

White Bear Lake Hail (1.00)

Quarter sized hail fell near Highway

96 and Otter Lake Road.

Washington County

Mahtomedi Hail (0.75)

The city public works department

reported penny sized hail at the

corner of Lincolntown Avenue and Long

Lake Road.

Goodhue County

5 SSE Cannon Falls Hail (1.50)

Walnut sized hail fell for 10 minutes

in Leon Township, Section 8.

Goodhue County

2 SW Red Wing Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Three inch branches were downed.

Faribault County

3 S Winnebago Hail (0.88)

Nickel sized hail was reported south

of Winnebago. One half inch diameter

hail fell in Winnebago.

Blue Earth County

Mankato Hail (0.75)

Goodhue County

Hader Hail (1.00)

Rice County

1 E Morristown Hail (1.00)

Steele County

1 N Merton Hail (0.75)

Dime sized hail was reported in

Merton Township at the intersection

of 69th Street and County Road 61.

Rice County

Faribault Hail (1.00)

Small branches were downed by nickel

to quarter sized hail.

Blue Earth County

Mapleton Hail (1.00)

Nickel to quarter sized hail was

reported.

Rice County

Faribault Hail (0.75)

Tree branches and leaves were downed

by penny sized hail.

Blue Earth County

6 SW Lake Crystal Hail (0.88)

Goodhue County

Countywide Flash Flood

Significant flooding was reported in

the North Fork Zumbro River watershed

during the evening of the 7th after

3 to 6 inches of rain fell. A total

of 5.47 inches of rain was recorded

in Wanamingo in 24 hours, 2.8 inches

of which fell between 9:30 and 10:30

PM.

An unnamed creek which flows into the

North Fork Zumbro River rose 20 feet

above its normal 1 foot level and

rushed over Highway 1 about 1 mile

south of the Highway 30 intersection

in Wanamingo Township, about 4 miles

west of Wanamingo. By 10:30 PM the

creek completed covered the road in

rushing water up to 2.5 feet deep and

shortly thereafter two separate

vehicles were swept off the roadway

and were washed down the creek. One

vehicle, a pickup truck, was found in

a nearby ditch with a smashed

windshield and badly damaged hood. The

body of the driver, a 47-year-old

man, was found three quarters of a

mile downstream under farm equipment

nearly a day and a half later when

the water finally subsided. The man,

who lived in Hayfield, was on his way

to work in Cannon Falls.

The other vehicle that was washed off

the road and into the creek was a

sedan. The driver, a 50-year-old

Kenyon woman who was on her way home

from work, exited the car through an

open window after traveling about 1/2

mile downstream. She floated on her

back down the creek until lightning

illuminated a nearby fencepost which

she grabbed hold of until rescuers

arrived two hours later. Incredibly

she survived the ordeal with only

bruises. The rushing creek was also

responsible for washing out 200 feet

of gradual slope along Highway 1 near

the road. Scattered debris was also

found in farm fields along the

creek’s banks for several miles. In

addition, an unnamed creek that flows

into the North Fork Zumbro River

about 2 miles east of Wanamingo

inundated the Shades of Sherwood

campground around 10:30 PM. M47VE

Goodhue County

4 NW Wanamingo Hail (1.00)

Quarter sized hail fell for 10

minutes in Wanamingo Township,

Section 16.

Rice County

3 SW Shieldsville Hail (0.88)

Nickel sized hail fell at Hunt Lake.

Goodhue County

Kenyon Hail (1.25)

A newspaper published a picture of

hail that fell in Kenyon that looked

to be at least 1.25 inches in

diameter.

Goodhue County

3 NE Kenyon Thunderstorm Wind (G56)

Along 430th Street in Holden

Township, Section 23, a large

commodity shed was destroyed after 5

support beams were ripped from the

structure. One of the beams was

thrown 75 feet and the roof of the

structure fell onto a tractor. Doors

on two free standing barns were also

damaged. In addition, a very large

Maple tree that was estimated to be

over 100 years old was felled.

Rice County

Countywide Flash Flood

About 3 miles south of Nerstrand,

210th St. E. was under water. Water

was also flowing over secondary roads

in Wheeling, Walcott, and Richland

townships.

Dakota County

Lakeville Hail (0.75)

Penny sized hail fell at the

intersection of County Road 2 and

Interstate 35.

MNZ078

Flood

Up to 6 inches of rain fell in the

North Fork Zumbro River watershed on

the evening of the 7th and widespread

flooding resulted.

The Sheriffs department reported that

flood waters from the North Fork

Zumbro River forced the closure of

Highway 58 just north of Zumbrota at

Covered Bridge Park around 3 AM on

the 8th. The highway remained closed

for much of the day. Covered Bridge

Park along the river sustained

$20,000 damage to electrical

equipment in the campground area, and

a softball tournament had to be

cancelled at the park after the flood

damaged ball fields.

The wastewater treatment plant in

Wanamingo had to be evacuated shortly

after midnight after the Zumbro River

became higher than the water discharge

level and began to flood back into the

plant. A total of 4.48 inches of rain

was recorded at the plant in 24

hours. Local officials had to sandbag

low lying areas of town. In addition,

the Shades of Sherwood campground,

about 2 miles northeast of Wanamingo,

was severely flooded when the North

Fork Zumbro River and an unnamed

tributary overflowed during the early

morning hours. The campground

sustained around $25,000 in damage.

Approximately 30 camper trailers

suffered heavy damage or were

completely destroyed by flood waters.

Total damage to personal property at

the campground was estimated at more

than $500,000.

Various county roads near the river

were impassible for much of the day,

including County Road 1 about 4 miles

west of Wanamingo between Highway

30 and Highway 60, Highway 57 just

north of Wanamingo, and 420th Street

about 5 miles northwest of Zumbrota.

Several shoulders on roads passing

the North Fork Zumbro River had to be

repaired after being washed out.

About 3 miles west of Cannon Falls,

the Little Cannon River overflowed

into a yard along Oxford Mill Road.

In Kenyon, a country club golf course

was flooded by the North Fork Zumbro

River.

Scott County

Prior Lake Hail (1.00)

Dime to quarter sized hail fell near

the intersection of County Road 44

and Highway 13.

Lac Qui Parle County

Marietta Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

The fire department reported a wind

gust of 60 MPH.

Scott County

Shakopee Hail (0.75)

Dime sized hail was reported at the

intersection of Highway 78 and

Highway 83.

Yellow Medicine

County

Canby Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees and branches were downed. A few

business signs were damaged and a

large piece of tin roofing material

was thrown approximately 50 yards.

Lac Qui Parle County

6 S Haydenville Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A building was damaged at a farm

along Highway 212 in Garfield

Township, Section 19.

Yellow Medicine

County

3 N Burr Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A few trees were downed.

Carver County

Chanhassen Hail (0.75)

Pea to penny sized hail fell at the

National Weather Service office on

Lake Drive West.

Hennepin County

Flying Cloud Arpt Hail (0.75)

Stevens County

Chokio Hail (0.88)

Lac Qui Parle County

Madison Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A tree and several branches were

downed onto roads and yards in town.

The most concentrated area of damage

was near 3rd Street and 2nd Avenue,

including a tree that fell on a vacant

house. A construction site about 5

miles southwest of Madison suffered

building damage. Grain bins were also

damaged in the area.

Swift County

Appleton Hail (0.88)

Yellow Medicine

County

Canby Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Law enforcement officers reported

downed trees.

Lac Qui Parle County

Dawson Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A large tree was downed along

Chestnut Street.

Chippewa County

2 NW Watson Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Large branches were downed by high

winds that continued for at least 15

minutes.

Swift County

6 N Appleton Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A cattle shed lost most of its roof

at a farm along Highway 12 about 1

mile west of the Highway 5

intersection in Shible Township,

Section 15. A machine shed was nearly

demolished nearby.

Swift County

8 N Appleton Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

The roof of three sheds and a hog

barn were blown off at a farm on the

south side of Lake Oliver near 20th

Street NW in Hegbert Township, Section

35. A two by four was blown into the

side of a farmhouse and windows were

broken by flying debris. Trees were

also downed on the property.

Swift County

Fairfeld Hail (0.75)

Swift County

Fairfield Thunderstorm Wind (G56)

A machine shed and bin collapsed onto

a combine at a farm on Highway 20 in

Fairfield Township, Section 33. The

debris from the shed and bin were

thrown several yards. A farmhouse

suffered a broken window and a hole

in the roof from flying debris. At the

property next door a machine shed had

the roof and a door ripped off.

Evergreens at a church in Fairfield

were downed.

Stevens County

Morris Hail (0.75)

Chippewa County

Watson Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A downed tree was reported by law

enforcement.

Stevens County

Morris Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Power lines were downed.

Hennepin County

3 WSW Hamel Hail (0.75)

Law enforcement officers reported

penny sized hail at the intersection

of Highway 55 and County Road 19 in

Medina.

Stevens County

Hancock Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A tree was downed.

Swift County

Benson Hail (0.88)

Pope County

12 S Starbuck Thunderstorm Wind (G56)

A MNDOT road weather sensor recorded

a wind gust of 64 MPH.

Swift County

4 S Benson Hail (0.88)

Law enforcement officials reported

nickel sized hail at the intersection

of Highway 29 and County Road 6.

Chippewa County

14 NE Montevideo Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees were downed.

Pope County

5 W Starbuck Hail (0.75)

Douglas County

3 E Kensington Hail (0.75)

Douglas County

Brandon Hail (0.88)

Swift County

Kerkhoven Hail (0.75)

Kandiyohi County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Several trees were downed in Willmar,

including one which fell onto a garage

and damaged two cars on Ella Avenue

NW. Trees were also downed onto power

lines north of Kandiyohi around

Diamond Lake, near Lake Florida, in

the Raymond area, southwest of

Willmar, and north of Prinsburg.

Renville County

Sacred Heart Hail (0.75)

Penny sized hail fell for 5 minutes.

Sherburne County

Big Lake Hail (0.75)

Dime sized hail dented cars.

Brown County

New Ulm Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees and power poles were downed.

Redwood County

Morgan Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A few trees were downed.

Kandiyohi County

8 W Spicer Hail (0.88)

Nickel sized hail fell at the

intersection of Highway 71 and County

Road 10.

Todd County

Bertha Hail (0.88)

Brown County

Essig Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees were downed onto two mobile

homes.

Meeker County

Cosmos Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Numerous trees were downed.

Renville County

Fairfax Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees and large branches were downed.

Redwood County

Vesta Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Stearns County

1 N Sartell Hail (1.00)

Brown County

New Ulm Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Numerous trees were downed onto yards

and roads. The most concentrated area

of damage was in an east-west path

between 12th North and Center streets.

One large tree pulled up the sidewalk

and a portion of the curb on South

Minnesota Street.

Mcleod County

Hutchinson Hail (1.00)

Mcleod County

4 NE Hutchinson Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A 10 inch diameter tree snapped off

and blocked the intersection of

County Road 7 and 225th St. A few

small tree branches were downed in

the city of Hutchinson.

Mcleod County

Hutchinson Thunderstorm Wind (G53)

A trained spotter recorded a wind

gust of 61 MPH. A 12 inch diameter

tree was snapped in half. Another

tree toppled onto a car near the

Fifth Avenue bridge. The tree smashed

the windshield and rear window and

also dented the roof and hood.

Mcleod County

6 N Hutchinson Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Several large trees were downed. A

few of the trees landed on a mobile

home.

Meeker County

4 ENE Greenleaf Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees were downed near Lake Erie.

Meeker County

2 SSE Litchfield Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees were downed near Round Lake.

Meeker County

1 SE Litchfield Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A pontoon boat was flipped and a

dock was destroyed along the Lake

Ripley shoreline.

Mcleod County

Stewart Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Branches were downed.

Mcleod County

5 SE Hutchinson Hail (0.88)

Meeker County

2 S Darwin to Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

2 SW Darwin

Trees were uprooted and 4 homes and

a deck were damaged along the east

shore of Lake Stella along County

Road 14. One man was trapped in a

porch when a tree fell on it and had

to break a window to escape. A boat

lift and attached boat were blown

over a dock and rolled a few feet

along the Lake Stella shoreline.

Six foot waves were reported on

Lake Stella and water lapped up to

County Road 14. In addition, power

lines were downed over 650th Avenue

near Casey Lake and along 670th

Avenue near County Road 9.

Nicollet County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Five power poles were snapped off,

13 light poles were downed, and a

number of trees were uprooted in

Nicollet. One large tree branch

fell onto a car on Third Street.

Tree and power line damage was also

reported in Courtland and St. Peter.

In Lafayette, 10 trees were damaged

and 2×6 wooden bleachers at a ball

field were snapped and pushed over

on their sides. Seven miles east of

Lafayette in New Sweden Township, a

25 foot diameter Ash tree was broken

off at its base and thrown 150 feet.

Several trees in a nearby grove were

twisted and broken about 25 feet up

in the canopy. In addition, a circa

1930s steel bin with a 1500 bushel

capacity was twisted up and rolled

at least 200 feet.

Mcleod County

Brownton to Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

3 E Brownton

Trees and power lines were downed.

A power line fell onto Highway 212

near Unit Avenue about 3 miles east

of town. A tractor trailer hit the

downed wire and pulled down a

transmission pole.

Mcleod County

Silver Lake to Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

2 N Silver Lake

Trees were downed around town. A

transformer blew off a pole and

could not be found. A power line was

downed into a ditch near the

intersection of Jade Avenue and

220th Street about two miles north

of town.

Sibley County

Winthrop Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Numerous trees were downed.

Wright County

4 SSW Cokato Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

The roof of a hoop barn was removed

at a farm on 98th Street in

Stockholm Township, Section 21. The

tops of trees were also snapped.

Mcleod County

Lester Prairie Hail (0.75)

Dime sized hail fell on the west

side of town.

Mcleod County

2 SW Glencoe Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A storage shed was demolished by a

downed tree near the intersection

of Highway 212 and Imperial Avenue

in Glencoe Township, Section 28.

Mcleod County

Winsted to Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

2 S Winsted

A pole barn and other large sheds

were downed just south of Winsted

along County Road 1. Numerous trees

and a few power lines were downed

onto homes, vehicles, and roads in

Winsted. A wall was pushed in the

downtown area.

Le Sueur County

Waterville Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Trees were downed across the city.

The roof of a trailer home and an

attached garage was ripped off and

a picture window was blown out. A

man in the trailer home was cut on

the leg by flying glass from a

shattered window and required 14

stitches. A camper in the back yard

of the home was blown into

Whitewater Creek along with roof

and tree debris. Damage was reported

to other houses in the vicinity,

including one home that was impaled

by a 2×4 that came from a damaged

building across the street. A

tree was downed onto a power truck

on Highway 60.

Carver County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

The Sheriffs department reported

numerous downed trees across the

western portion of the county

including the New Germany area.

Trees and power lines were also

downed in Hamburg, Waconia,

Chanhassen, Victoria, Hollywood

Township, and Chaska. One tree fell

onto a car in Chanhassen. Two garage

doors were blown off buildings owned

by the town of Cologne. A home lost

some siding and a garage collapsed

in Cologne as well. In Carver, a

tree was downed onto power lines.

In Waconia several trees were

downed, including one which blocked

Sugarbush Lane. A downed tree poked

a hole into a home at the corner of

Sugarbush Lane and Barberry Circle.

A power line was downed at the

corner of First and Birch streets.

In Benton Township a utility pole

was tilted to a 45 degree angle by

high winds.

Wright County

2 SSE Howard Lake Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees were downed onto power lines

4 miles north of Winsted.

Morrison County

6 NNW Hillman Hail (1.00)

Blue Earth County

5 NE Lake Crystal Thunderstorm Wind (655)

Law enforcement officials reported

that a semi tractor trailer was

blown over on Highway 60 between

Mankato and Lake Crystal.

Carver County

Watertown to Thunderstorm Wind (G54)

3 SW Watertown

A trained spotter downtown recorded

a 62 MPH wind gust. A gust of 56

MPH was recorded at Watertown-Mayer

High School just northwest of town.

Large tree limbs were downed onto

Westminster Avenue south of Madison

Street. Another large limb was

downed onto vehicles on Angel Avenue

SW. The roof of a shed was blown

off along Tacoma Avenue in Hollywood

Township, three miles southwest of

Watertown.

Sherburne County

5 N Big Lake Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A large tree was downed over a road

on the west side of Eagle Lake.

Blue Earth County

Mankato Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

A trained spotter recorded a wind

gust of 66 MPH. Numerous trees were

downed.

Hennepin County

Mound Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A tree was downed onto a power line

on Noble Boulevard.

Hennepin County

Excelsior Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees and power lines were damaged.

A picnic table was thrown through a

picture window.

Le Sueur County

Le Sueur Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

At least 25 large trees were downed

across Le Sueur. One tree fell onto

a home at Nichols Court and caused

considerable damage to the roof and

an upstairs bedroom. Another tree

blocked County Road 112.

Hennepin County

Minnetonka Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A tree was downed onto a car. A

handful of other trees and power

lines were downed across town.

Le Sueur County

2 W Marysburg Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Several boats were capsized and

docks were destroyed by waves

created by high winds at a resort on

Lake Washington. Trees were also

downed in the vicinity. The framing

of a new house under construction

along the shore of the lake was

smashed by a downed tree.

Scott County

Belle Plaine Hail (1.00)

Scott County

Belle Plaine Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A tree was downed onto power lines.

Hennepin County

Bloomington Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Two large trees up to 1 meter in

diameter were broken about 1/2 mile

west of the intersection of 90th

and France Ave.

Hennepin County

Crystal Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Two trees up to 10 inches in

diameter were downed near the

intersection of Douglas Drive and

Rockford Road. One tree fell onto

a car.

Hennepin County

Golden Vly Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Several trees were downed.

Hennepin County

Hopkins Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Large trees up to 10 inches in

diameter were downed. Minor damage

was reported to fences and facades.

The damage was most significant in

the Bellgrove neighborhood.

Hennepin County

St Louis Park Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Eighteen trees and a handful of power

lines were downed. One tree fell onto

a construction site in the 2900 block

of Sumter, causing minor damage.

Le Sueur County

3 NNW Greenland Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Two cabins at a resort between East

Jefferson Lake and German Lake,

Section 5 in Elysian Township, were

destroyed when trees fell on them.

One cabin was unoccupied. Two people

in the second cabin sustained bumps

and bruises when a large tree fell

on top of the bedroom they were

staying in. The tree fell right on

top of the bed where they were

sleeping moments before. They were

standing nearby when the tree “split

the ceiling open” above them. A

nearby trailer home was also damaged

by the tree that fell onto the

unoccupied cabin. One witness said

that wind was blowing so hard that

water was “flying off the lake.”

Power crews had to replace several

electricity poles between East

Jefferson Lake and German Lake that

were damaged by downed trees.

Waseca County

Waseca Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Two trees up to 10 inches in diameter

were downed. A power line was downed

onto Elm Avenue.

Hennepin County

Minneapolis Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A tree was downed onto a house in

north Minneapolis.

Hennepin County

Richfield Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Eight trees up to 12 inches in

diameter and numerous branches were

downed.

Anoka County

St Francis Hail (0.88)

Dakota County

Burnsville Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A few trees and many branches were

downed.

Isanti County

5 WSW Isanti Hail (0.75)

Dime sized hail was reported at Big

Lake. The time was estimated.

Rice County

2 NE Morristown Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A 121-year-old barn was blown down

along Highway 72 in Morristown

Township, Section 14.

Rice County

Morristown Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Numerous trees were downed onto

homes, streets, and yards. Several

homes sustained significant roof

damage and broken windows. A fallen

tree punched a hole in the roof and

a branch stuck through into an

upstairs bedroom at a home on

Division Street South. A person

sleeping in a bed below the hole was

awakened when insulation fell on

them but was otherwise unharmed. A

trampoline in the yard was thrown

with such force that it bent a

fence. A town resident said the high

winds lasted for nearly 15 minutes.

Scott County

Prior Lake Hail (0.88)

Dime to nickel sized hail fell.

Scott County

Savage Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A tree was downed in the Woodhill

subdivision.

Hennepin County

Minneapolis/St Paul Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Anoka County

2 S Fridley Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees and power lines were downed in

Columbia Heights. Power outages were

reported in Coon Rapids and Fridley.

Dakota County

West St Paul to Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

South St Paul

Large branches and 10 trees were

downed.

Ramsey County

North St Paul Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees were downed onto yards in

addition to a car on Nevada Avenue

and a van on 18th Avenue.

Ramsey County

St Paul Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Branches up to 5 inches in diameter

were downed on Grand Avenue near the

intersection of Snelling Avenue and

along Snelling Avenue near the

intersection of Summit Avenue.

Washington County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees and power lines were downed in

Woodbury, Cottage Grove, Lake Elmo,

St. Paul Park, Afton, Lakeland, and

Marine on the St. Croix, and

Stillwater. In Cottage Grove, one

tree was blown down onto a house,

and lightning started a shed fire.

In Stillwater a garage and pickup

truck were damaged by a downed tree.

A tree house was also damaged when

the large branch it was supported

by was ripped from the tree.

Dakota County

St Paul Arpt Thunderstorm Wind (G51)

A wind gust of 59 MPH was recorded

at Holman Field.

Steele County

Owatonna Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

A wind gust of 66 MPH was recorded

at the Owatonna Airport. A wind gust

of 61 MPH was reported in town by

emergency management. Trees and

limbs were downed onto homes and

vehicles across town. Five trees

were downed and garbage cans and

portable toilets were blown over in

city parks. A large industrial sized

garbage container was blown into the

street behind the Fire Department.

Dakota County

Hampton Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A few trees were downed across the

intersection of County Road 47 and

260th Street.

Dakota County

Burnsville Lightning

A townhouse was burned down by a

fire triggered by lightning. Three

nearby townhouse units were damaged.

Wright County

Monticello Lightning

Lightning struck a TV antenna on top

of a house on Meadow Lane. The bolt

traveled into the garage where it

started a fire. After the roof of

the garage caught fire, the flames

moved onto the roof of the home and

produced significant damage.

Mcleod County

Brownton Funnel Cloud

Several citizens reported funnel

clouds in the area.

Sibley County

New Auburn Funnel Cloud

Several citizens reported funnel

clouds in the area.

Redwood County

2 W Lucan Funnel Cloud

Law enforcement reported seeing a

funnel cloud reach half way to the

ground, then lift back into the

clouds.

Renville County

5 W Fairfax Funnel Cloud

A funnel cloud was spotted by law

enforcement.

Renville County

8 NW Fairfax Funnel Cloud

A storm chaser reported a “pencil

shaped” funnel cloud.

Benton County

Sauk Rapids Funnel Cloud

A funnel cloud was reported by law

enforcement near Highway 15.

Stearns County

3 W St Joseph to Tornado (F0)

3 WNW St Joseph

A storm chaser videotaped a tornado.

Stearns County

3 WNW St Joseph Tornado (F0)

A storm chaser spotted a tornado

near the intersection of Interstate

94 and Highway 2.

Stearns County

2 WNW St Joseph Tornado (F0)

A storm chaser spotted a tornado.

Stearns County

2 NW Sartell Tornado (F0)

A trained spotter saw a tornado

briefly touch down in an open field.

It kicked up dirt before lifting a

short time later.

Benton County

Rice Funnel Cloud

A trained spotter reported a funnel

cloud.

Swift County

Appleton Funnel Cloud

Law enforcement reported numerous

funnel clouds in and around Appleton.

One particular sighting was along

Highway 119 about 4.5 miles north of

town.

Stearns County

Belgrade Funnel Cloud

Law enforcement reported a funnel

cloud at the intersection of county

roads 4 and 59.

Pope County

Cyrus Funnel Cloud

Law enforcement reported a funnel

cloud.

Goodhue County

4 ENE Sogn Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

A large barn was destroyed on a farm

near the intersection of Highway 1

and 85th Avenue in Leon Township,

Section 16. A building next to the

barn was damaged by flying debris.

The time was estimated.

Chisago County

5 NE Rush City Tornado (F0)

A citizen videotaped a tornado that

touched down just south of the Pine

County line near the intersection

of River Road and 540th Street

in a heavily wooded area. The

tornado downed some over at an angle

in this location before trees and

pushed other trees crossing the

border into Pine County.

Pope County

1 N Sedan Funnel Cloud

A storm chaser reported a funnel cloud

just north of Sedan.

Stevens County

Morris Hail (0.88)

Renville County

3 NW Morton Hail (0.75)

Redwood County

Redwood Falls Hail (0.75)

Scott County

New Prague Hail (0.75)

Brown County

New Ulm Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A tree in a marsh near the Minnesota

River was downed onto a power line.

Brown County

New Ulm Hail (1.00)

Ramsey County

St Paul Hail (1.00)

Minor tree branch and cars damage was

reported.

Scott County

New Prague Hail (0.75)

The quantity of hail that fell was so

large that it had to be shoveled off

decks and sidewalks and scooped out of

gutters.

Scott County

Prior Lake Hail (1.00)

Redwood County

2 N Wanda Funnel Cloud

A trained spotter reported a funnel

cloud 2 miles north of Wanda or about 2

miles southeast of Wabasso.

Carver County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A tree was downed in Victoria near the

intersection of Highway 7 and Smithtown

Road. A tree was downed near South

Shore Drive in Chanhassen. A tree fell

onto a power line near Mellgren Lane in

Chaska.

Douglas County

6 NW Alexandria Hail (1.00)

Brown County

New Ulm Hail (1.25)

Ramsey County

St Paul Hail (1.00)

Quarter sized hail fell in Highland

Park.

Chippewa County

6 NW Gluek Hail (0.75)

Douglas County

1 W Miltona Tornado (F0)

The public reported a tornado just west

of Miltona. Trained spotters reported a

funnel cloud extending close to the

ground in this area but their view was

obstructed by trees so they could not

say for certain if the funnel touched

the ground.

Faribault County

Walters Hail (0.88)

Redwood County

6 N Morgan Hail (0.75)

Dime sized hail fell at the Lower

Sioux Agency.

Ramsey County

New Brighton Hail (0.75)

Penny sized hail fell just north of

old Highway 8 and County Road D.

Chippewa County

11 N Montevideo Funnel Cloud

Several law enforcement officials

reported a funnel cloud.

Hennepin County

St Louis Park Hail (1.00)

Chippewa County

5 NE Watson Funnel Cloud

The public reported a funnel cloud.

Ramsey County

North St Paul Hail (0.75)

Ramsey County

Maplewood Hail (0.75)

Leaves were stripped by penny sized

hail near the junction of Highway 61

and 36.

Swift County

Countywide Hail (0.75)

Dime sized hail was reported in

Holloway and Appleton.

Ramsey County

Vadnais Hgts Hail (0.75)

Washington County

Mahtomedi Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Scattered trees were downed.

Washington County

Woodbury Hail (1.00)

Morrison County

2 S Freedhem Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Half of the roof of a barn was ripped

off on Jewell Road in Belle Prairie

Township, Section 14. A 2×4 from the

roof was found lodged in a nearby shed.

The time was estimated.

Pope County

Glenwood Hail (1.00)

Isanti County

5 W Isanti to Hail (1.00)

5 SW Isanti

Pope County

3 NE Glenwood Hail (0.88)

Rice County

4 W Faribault Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

At least two trees and power lines were

downed. One felled tree blocked Second

Street Northeast and the top of the

tree landed on a vehicle. A flag pole

was also knocked down.

Sherburne County

2 S Princeton to Hail (1.75)

3 S Princeton

Isanti County

Braham Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Eight inch diameter trees were downed

onto Highway 107.

Kanabec County

3 NE Warman Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

A 12×24 foot garage built on skids was

destroyed.

Mille Lacs County

Princeton Hail (1.00)

Chisago County

Wyoming Hail (0.75)

The time was estimated.

Washington County

Forest Lake Hail (1.25)

Todd County

Bertha Hail (0.75)

Benton County

1 S Mayhew Hail (0.75)

Douglas County

4 SW Evansville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Four inch tree branches were downed.

Douglas County

8 N Kensington Funnel Cloud

A county employee reported a funnel

cloud near the intersection of county

roads 25 and 56.

Douglas County

7 W Alexandria Funnel Cloud

The public reported a funnel cloud near

the intersection of county roads 114

and 27.

Todd County

Hewitt Thunderstorm Wind (G62)

A citizen measured a wind gust of 71

MPH with an anemometer.

Stevens County

3 N Hancock Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A chicken barn and a few sheds were

downed.

Pope County

5 E Cyrus Hail (0.75)

Dime sized hail fell for 5 minutes in

New Prairie Township, Section 36.

Todd County

3 W Long Prairie Hail (0.75)

Morrison County

Little Falls Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Tree limbs were downed in the southwest

part of town.

Stearns County

4 N Brooten Hail (0.75)

Stearns County

Albany Hail (0.75)

Kandiyohi County

3 E Sunburg to Hail (0.75)

1 E Sunburg

Kandiyohi County

5 S Pennock Hail (1.00)

Stearns County

St Cloud Hail (1.00)

Quarter sized hail was reported at

St. Cloud State University. Dime sized

hail fell at 12th Street near 25th

Avenue. Small branches were downed.

Stearns County

St Joseph Hail (0.75)

Stearns County

Waite Park Hail (0.75)

Kandiyohi County

Willmar Arpt Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A wind gust of 58 MPH was recorded at

the Willmar airport.

Stearns County

10 S St Cloud to Hail (0.75)

19 S St Cloud

Kandiyohi County

Willmar Hail (0.75)

Kandiyohi County

Atwater Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A power line and tree branches were

downed.

Stearns County

St Cloud Flash Flood

Several roads were flooded, including

the intersection of 12th Street and

25th Avenue.

Benton County

4 SE Sauk Rapids Hail (1.00)

Small branches and many leaves were

downed by the hail that fell 1 mile

north of the St. Cloud Regional

Airport.

Wright County

2 SSW Clearwater Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

The top half of a chicken bam was blown

off along 17th Avenue in Linden

Township.

Sherburne County

2 W Orrock Hail (0.75)

Sherburne County

2 W Orrock Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

A large dump truck was forced off the

road by high winds.

Kandiyohi County

4 W Lake Lillian Hail (0.75)

Benton County

3 N Sauk Rapids Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A 20-year-old birch tree was downed.

Renville County

Bechyn Hail (0.75)

Chisago County

5 WNW Harris to Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

3 SE North Branch

Trees were downed.

Isanti County

Cambridge Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees were downed.

Anoka County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Several trees were downed across the

county. Communities that sustained tree

damage included Anoka, Coon Rapids,

Fridley, and Columbia Heights.

Hennepin County

Champlin Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Numerous trees were downed.

Chisago County

North Branch Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees were downed across the southeast

part of town.

Hennepin County

Brooklyn Center Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Medium sized trees were downed.

Hennepin County

Minneapolis Thunderstorm Wind (G56)

Trees up to 5 inches in diameter were

downed around Lake of the Isles and

Lake Calhoun. A large oak tree was

downed in south Minneapolis. A trained

spotter recorded a wind gust of 65 MPH

on an anemometer.

Mcleod County

1 SW Hutchinson Hail (1.00)

Anoka County

Spring Lake Park Hail (1.00)

Chisago County

1 S Center City Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees and power lines were downed.

Hennepin County

Edina Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees were downed. The time was

estimated.

Washington County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Moderate to large trees were downed

from Forest Lake to Hugo to Newport to

St. Paul Park.

Hennepin County

Minneapolis/St Paul Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A 58 MPH wind gust was recorded at

Minneapolis/St. Paul International

Airport.

Anoka County

Countywide Flash Flood

Highway 10 was closed by flooding in

Anoka. The city storm sewer system in

Anoka was overwhelmed by heavy

downpours and as a result water gushed

out of manhole covers. Road flooding

caused stalled vehicles in portions of

the county.

Carver County

7 W Waconia Hail (1.75)

Renville County

Fairfax Hail (0.75)

Dime sized hail fell on Highway 4 north

of town.

Carver County

Chaska to Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Chanhassen

Trees were downed.

Scott County

Shakopee Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees were downed.

Sibley County

4 W Gibbon Hail (0.75)

Hennepin County

Richfield Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Branches up to 4 inches in diameter

were downed.

Scott County

4 S Prior Lake Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Branches up to 5 inches in diameter

were downed. A trained spotter recorded

a wind gust of 60 MPH.

Ramsey County

St Paul Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

A trained spotter measured a 66 MPH

wind gust with a rooftop anemometer

near the intersection of Mississippi

River Boulevard and Cleveland in

Highland Park. A large tree branch was

downed across Cleveland Avenue and

other small branches up to 8 inches

in diameter were downed nearby.

Dakota County

2 W Mendota Hgts Hail (1.75)

Golf ball sized hail was reported 3

miles east of Minneapolis/St. Paul

International Airport.

Chisago County

North Branch Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Power lines were downed.

Dakota County

Eagan Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A 6 inch diameter tree was downed.

Dakota County

Inver Grove Heights Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A small tree was downed.

Hennepin County

Countywide Flash Flood

Roads were covered in water and

drainage systems were overflowing in

Minneapolis. The intersection of 58th

Avenue and Emmerson was flooded up to

curb level. Flooding was also reported

in Minneapolis at the intersection of

Interstate 94 and Highway 55 and on

Broadway near West River Road. In

Robbinsdale a car became stalled in

flood waters at the intersection of

County Road 81 and 40th Street. Ponding

of water was reported on roads in

Osseo. High water damaged the

southbound bridge approach at Highway

169 at Interstate 694 in Maple Grove.

Ramsey County

Countywide Flash Flood

County Road C was impassable due to

flooding near the intersection of 35E

in Little Canada. An underpass on

Highway 36 in Maplewood was also

flooded. A spotter near the

intersection of Interstate 94 and

McKnight Road in Maplewood recorded

0.80 inches of rain in 15 minutes.

A spotter in St. Paul recorded 1.25

inches of rain in 30 minutes.

Renville County

Bird Island Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Power lines were downed.

Sibley County

3 E Gibbon Hail (0.75)

Dakota County

West St Paul Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Roof damage was reported near the

intersection of Annapolis and Roberts

Street.

Hennepin County

Brooklyn Center Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

An 8 inch diameter tree was downed.

Hennepin County

Minneapolis Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Between 15 and 20 sailboats anchored to

buoys were overturned on Lake Calhoun.

Tree limbs up to 5 inches in diameter

were downed. A wooden fence was blown

over.

Ramsey County

Maplewood Hail (0.75)

Dime sized hail fell at the

intersection of Interstate 94 and

McKnight Road.

Brown County

Sleepy Eye Hail (0.75)

Hennepin County

Minneapolis Hail (0.75)

Ramsey County

St Paul Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A 1 foot diameter branch was downed at

the intersection of Snelling and

Montreal avenues. Another large tree

was downed near Lake Phalen. A wooden

fence was blown across the street in a

city neighborhood.

Ramsey County

St Paul Hail (0.75)

Dakota County

Inver Grove Heights Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A small tree was downed.

Le Sueur County

3 SE Le Sueur Hail (0.75)

Nicollet County

North Mankato Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A tree was downed.

Rice County

7 W Northfreld Flash Flood

Flooding was reported on the Highway

19 underpass at Interstate 35.

Blue Earth County

Lake Crystal Hail (0.75)

Pea to dime sized hail fell south and

east of Lake Crystal. Crop damage was

reported.

Blue Earth County

Lake Crystal Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

An empty 15,000 bushel grain bin was

blown into a barn a few miles south of

Lake Crystal. In addition the roof of a

hog barn was ripped off and power lines

were downed nearby.

Blue Earth County

Amboy Heavy Rain

A total of 1.8 inches of rain fell in

one hour.

Watonwan County

1 E St James Hail (0.75)

Martin County

Truman Hail (0.88)

Waseca County

1 N New Richland Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Power lines were downed.

Martin County

Truman Heavy Rain

Street flooding was reported in Truman.

Faribault County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Several trees up to 7 inches in

diameter were downed across the western

portion of the county including in the

communities of Winnebago and Blue

Earth.

Martin County

Sherburn Hail (0.75)

Martin County

Northrop Hail (0.88)

Martin County

Fairmont Hail (1.00)

Nickel to quarter sized hail fell.

Freeborn County

Albert Lea Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A few trees were downed. A large branch

was downed onto a power line.

Mcleod County

Glencoe Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Large branches were downed.

Rice County

Lonsdale Hail (0.75)

Rice County

5 SW Northfield Hail (0.75)

Sibley County

Arlington Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Sixty trees up to 3 feet in diameter

were downed. The most concentrated area

of damage was on the east side of town.

The tin roof of a shed was also blown

off.

Sibley County

Gaylord Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Several large trees, power lines, and

many branches were downed across the

city. Trees fell onto homes on Division

Street and Seventh Street. Six trees

were lost on the Gaylord Game

Protective League grounds just east of

town. A branch nearly 2 feet in

diameter fell onto a car on Fourth

Street. The roof of the visitors dugout

at Walsh Field was blown off. The high

winds continued for nearly 15 minutes

according to the city police.

Sibley County

Green Isle to Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Henderson

Tree limbs up to 1 foot in diameter

were downed. Building damage was

reported in Green Isle. One tree was

downed onto power lines and fell across

County Road 64 near the border of

Washington Lake and Jessenland

townships.

Carver County

Hamburg Hail (0.75)

Sibley County

11 ESE Green Isle Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

The canvas cover of a large hoop barn

that was home to 40 head of cattle was

stripped off and ripped to pieces at a

farm in Section 25 of Faxton Township.

A soybean field and corn field on the

property were heavily damaged by hail

of unknown size.

Scott County

Belle Plaine Thunderstorm Wind (G58)

A 67 MPH wind gust was measured by a

MNDOT sensor at 6:02 AM CDT. Trees up

to 10 inches in diameter were downed.

Scott County

New Prague Thunderstorm Wind (G56)

Law enforcement officers reported a

wind gust measured at 65 MPH. Trees up

to 2 feet in diameter and power lines

were downed. A few downed trees

damaged homes and cars, and several

large branches littered streets. A

dugout at the New Prague High School

softball field was lifted up and

deposited on a nearby shed. An awning

on a building on East Main Street was

torn away.

Scott County

4 SE St Patrick to Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

4 E St Patrick

A 4 mile long path of concentrated wind

damage was discovered across Cedar Lake

Township. The path of damage started

near the intersection of Highway 13 and

270th Street East and continued to the

east northeast across Cedar Lake and

ended near the intersection of highways

85 and 56. Several trees and power

lines were downed along the path of the

high winds. Homes in this damage path

sustained shingle and siding damage.

One outbuilding near the intersection

of Highway 2 and Vergus Avenue had its

roof partially removed. Wood and

insulation from the roof was blown up

to 1500 feet away from the structure.

A garage door on a large storage

building was damaged nearby. Many trees

were felled around Cedar Lake. On Cedar

Lake Drive a pontoon boat was raised

off its lift and thrown upside down

onto the shoreline.

Dakota County

Apple Vly Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A 3 inch diameter tree limbs were

downed at the intersection of Cedar

Avenue and 157th Street.

Dakota County

1 W Lakeville to Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Lakeville

Large trees were downed in a corridor

stretching from the southern edge of

Lake Marion to the southern half of

Lakeville. A few trees fell onto homes,

cars, and power lines. City officials

reported the loss of 50 boulevard trees

and damage to limbs on hundreds of

others in town. Seventeen large trees

were lost in Aronson and Antlers Park

and at the Lakeville Area Arts Center.

A 10-foot-tall white fence was blown

down.

Dakota County

Farmington Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Over 400 trees up to 3 feet in diameter

and many power lines were downed across

the city by winds estimated up to 70

MPH. Many trees blocked roads and a

handful of trees fell onto buildings

and cars. The damage was so widespread

that a state of emergency was put in

place shortly after the storm ended

until streets could be cleared.

Dakota County

Hastings Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Several power lines and trees up to 2

feet in diameter were downed. A few

downed trees damaged homes. The hardest

hit area was just north of County Road

47 and south of Highway 55.

Meeker County

Forest City Hail (1.00)

Hail up to the size of quarters fell on

Highway 24. A car was dented by the

hail.

Meeker County

3 S Watkins Hail (1.50)

Hail began to fall at the size of

walnuts and gradually decreased to the

size of dimes 25 minutes later.

Stearns County

Kimball Hail (0.75)

Yellow Medicine

County

Wood Lake Hail (0.88)

Stearns County

1 W Fairhaven Hail (0.88)

Wright County

South Haven Hail (0.88)

Sherburne County

Becker Hail (0.75)

Hennepin County

Robbinsdale Hail (1.00)

Quarter sized hail fell at North

Memorial Hospital.

Anoka County

Hilltop Hail (1.00)

Sherburne County

5 N Big Lake Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees up to 18 inches in diameter were

downed.

Ramsey County

New Brighton Hail (0.75)

Penny sized hail fell near Highview

School.

Blue Earth County

Mankato Hail (0.75)

Isanti County

11 W Isanti Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A tree was downed across County Road 7

about one mile of Spencer Brook.

Wright County

3 E Albertville Hail (0.75)

Penny sized hail fell in Otsego

Township.

Blue Earth County

3 NE Good Thunder Hail (0.75)

Hennepin County

Crystal Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Four large trees were downed. One tree

fell onto a home.

Rice County

Morristown Hail (0.88)

Waseca County

10 W Janesville Funnel Cloud

A “rope-shaped” funnel cloud was

observed for 2 minutes west of

Janesville.

Anoka County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees were downed in Coon Rapids,

Fridley, and Columbia Heights.

Waseca County

9 S Waseca Hail (0.75)

Chisago County

Chisago City Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Tree limbs, power lines, and a

transformer were downed.

Waseca County

5 N Waldorf Hail (0.75)

Penny sized hail fell near Waldorf and

Alma City.

Ramsey County

White Bear Lake Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A tree was downed onto power and

telephone lines near the intersection

of Stewart Avenue and Fourth Street.

Rice County

Northfield Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Two foot diameter trees were downed on

the St. Olaf College campus. Trees were

also downed near the intersection of

Lincoln Parkway and Second Street, and

on Decker Avenue. A tree was downed

onto a house on North Linden Street. A

tree felled onto a power line started a

fire at Ivanhoe Avenue. A utility pole

was broken on Cedar Avenue.

Hennepin County

Ft Snelling Hail (0.75)

Penny sized hail fell at the Fort

Snelling ball fields.

Waseca County

Waseca Hail (1.00)

Quarter sized hail fell just south of

the Waseca Federal Correction

Institution. Dime to nickel size hail

fell in town.

Waseca County

4 S Waseca Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A tree was downed onto a power line on

County Road 4 near Wilton Bridge.

Dakota County

Burnsville Hail (0.75)

Penny sized hail fell near Burnsville

Center Mall.

Stevens County

Morris Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A tree was downed.

Swift County

3 N Holloway Hail (0.88)

Swift County

3 N Holloway Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A tree was downed.

Pope County

2 N Cyrus Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

The fire department estimated a wind

gust of 60 to 70 MPH.

Pope County

3 NW Lowry Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A wind gust of 60 MPH was estimated by

the fire department at the intersection

of Highway 55 and 310th Avenue.

Douglas County

Garfield Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Twelve trees were downed.

Redwood County

2 E Milroy Funnel Cloud

A trained spotter reported a funnel

cloud.

Douglas County

5 NE Garfield Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Fifty trees were downed near Pilgrim

Point off County Road 34 on the shore

of Lake Ida. A campground on the point

sustained damage to its dining hall

including blown out windows. In

addition, a car was damaged by a downed

tree, power lines were downed, and a

propane tank was uplifted.

Douglas County

5 N Alexandria Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees were felled onto several houses.

near county roads 11 and 34.

Douglas County

Alexandria Heavy Rain

Legion Park, between 8th and 9th

avenues, was flooded by heavy

downpours.

Douglas County

Alexandria Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A tree was downed at the intersection

of 6th Avenue and Cedar Street.

Pope County

3 WSW Glenwood to Hail (1.00)

Glenwood

Quarter sized hail fell between County

Road 18 and Highway 29 from Starbuck to

Long Beach to Glenwood.

Douglas County

Osakis Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees were downed onto power lines at

the intersection of Highway 27 and

County Road 3.

Pope County

Glenwood to Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Long Beach

Several trees and power lines were

downed. A truck was damaged on First

Avenue SW by a downed tree. A home on

First Avenue NE was struck by a pine

tree that was snapped off at its base.

A city vehicle shed was blown apart on

the north side of town and the roof was

deposited 100 yards away. Several

downed trees blocked South Lakeshore

Drive. Several pontoon boats and the

lifts they were attached to were blown

into Lake Minnewaska.

Todd County

Staples Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A few trees were downed.

Stearns County

7 S Sauk Centre Funnel Cloud

A trained spotter reported via HAM

Radio that they witnessed a funnel

cloud from a vantage point 7 miles

south of Sauk Center.

Douglas County

12 SE Alexandria Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Four inch tree branches were downed

onto Interstate 94.

Douglas County

2 S Osakis Hail (0.75)

Pope County

Glenwood Flash Flood

A dirt berm had to be constructed on

Highway 28-29 to stop flood waters from

flowing across the highway near the

fairgrounds on the northwest side of

town. Low lying property and a few

roads nearby were flooded. An estimated

2.5 inches of rain fell in 30 minutes

in Glenwood.

Todd County

Long Prairie Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A few trees were downed.

Watonwan County

4 WNW La Salle Hail (1.00)

Pea to quarter sized hail fell for 15

minutes.

Watonwan County

Darfur Hail (1.00)

Brown County

4 WSW Hanska Funnel Cloud

A funnel cloud was reported via HAM

radio about 2 miles northeast of

Godahl near the intersection of County

Road 4 and 132.

Brown County

3 SW Hanska Hail (0.88)

Watonwan County

3 NW Madelia to Tornado (F0)

3 NNW Madelia

A tornado that touched down northwest

of Madelia was witnessed by numerous

spotters, law enforcement officials,

and storm chasers. It first touched

down on farmland in Riverdale Township,

Section 13, along County Road 3. It

slightly damaged a nearby farmhouse and

a cornfield along 790th Avenue about

1/2 mile north of County Road 3. The

tornado crossed into Madelia Township

where it downed a few trees and

branches before dissipating.

Renville County

7 S Olivia Hail (0.75)

Martin County

Sherburn Hail (1.00)

Martin County

Dunnell Hail (0.75)

Martin County

Sherburn Hail (0.75)

Martin County

Trimont Hail (0.75)

Blue Earth County

6 ENE Lake Crystal Tornado (F0)

A storm chaser witnessed a tornado

briefly touch down near Minneopa State

Park.

Blue Earth County

Cambria Funnel Cloud

A storm chaser reported a funnel cloud

about 8 miles east of County Road 15.

Meeker County

5 SSW Watkins Hail (0.75)

Penny sized hail fell at Clear Lake.

Blue Earth County

10 W Mankato Funnel Cloud

A trained spotter reported a lowering

funnel cloud about 3 miles south of

Judson on County Road 11. A HAM radio

operator also reported seeing this

funnel cloud from a vantage point at

the intersection of County Road 13 and

512th Street about 2 miles north of

North Mankato in Nicollet County.

Nicollet County

1 N St George Hail (1.00)

Watonwan County

3 E Darfur Hail (0.75)

Brown County

4 W New Ulm Hail (1.00)

Morrison County

1 W Pierz Hail (1.50)

Martin County

3 W Sherburn Hail (1.75)

Golf ball sized hail fell at the

intersection of Interstate 90 and

County Road 7.

Martin County

Truman Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

An 8 inch diameter tree branch was

downed.

Mcleod County

4 NE Stewart Hail (0.75)

Mcleod County

4 NE Stewart Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

An 18 inch diameter tree and a few 8

inch diameter tree branches were downed

at the intersection of County Road 7

and 110th Street. A tree branch took

down power lines on Unit Avenue.

Nicollet County

1 N St Peter Tornado (F0)

A storm chaser witnessed a tornado

briefly touch down.

Mcleod County

4 N Glencoe Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A portion of the roof of a trailer home

was blown off on Essex Court.

Mille Lacs County

1 SW Wahkon Hail (0.75)

Martin County

Truman Hail (0.88)

Blue Earth County

Mankato Hail (0.88)

Faribault County

3 N Winnebago Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A downed tree smashed a grain wagon.

Anoka County

Coon Rapids Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees were downed. The time was

estimated.

Chisago County

Chisago City Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Large branches were downed onto power

lines.

Carver County

3 W Gotha Hail (0.88)

Nickel sized hail fell at the

intersection of County Road 153 and

County Road 50.

Anoka County

11 SE East Bethel Lightning

A 14-year-old boy was indirectly struck

by lightning in the basement of a home

near the intersection of 170th and

Bender in Section 11 of Columbus

Township. He was reaching for a glass

on a table when he saw a blue flash by

his feet and felt a sudden pain in his

back. He was taken to a local hospital

for evaluation. The time was estimated.

Mille Lacs County

Countywide Flash Flood

Several roads were covered by water

including 100th Avenue and 45th Avenue

just south of Highway 27. Rainfall

amounts of 3.5 to 4.5 inches were

reported in the Isle, Onamia, and

Wahkon areas. Most of the rain fell in

one hour.

Carver County

Chaska Hail (0.75)

Dime sized hail fell at the

intersection of Highway 41 and County

Road 11.

Carver County

Chaska Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees and a few power lines were

downed.

Dakota County

Eagan Hail (1.00)

Dakota County

Mendota Hgts Hail (1.00)

Morrison County

Countywide Flash Flood

A total of 3.25 inches of rain was

recorded in 30 minutes 5 miles south

of Fort Ripley.

Dakota County

Burnsville Hail (0.88)

Dime to nickel sized hail fell at the

intersection of Cliff Road and

Nicollet.

Waseca County

3 E Otisco Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

The roof of a shed was blown off at a

farm on 160th Street.

Carver County

Chaska Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Tree branches up to 4 inches in

diameter were downed.

Waseca County

Waseca Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees were downed.

Waseca County

4 E Waseca Hail (0.75)

Penny sized hail fell near the Waseca

and Steele County border east of

Waseca.

Waseca County

2 NW Waseca Lightning

An outbuilding at a farm was destroyed

by a lightning-related fire on 110th

Street in Section 36 of Iosco Township.

The time was estimated.

Waseca County

3 E Waseca Lightning

A bolt of lightning struck the fascia

of a home on 368th Avenue and came out

through the siding. Three people

inside the structure felt tingling

immediately after the bolt hit, but

were uninjured. The time was estimated.

Steele County

Meriden Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

An 18 inch diameter tree was downed

onto Highway 14 in Meridan Township.

Washington County

Stillwater Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

At least 12 trees up to 50 feet tall

and 20 inches in diameter were downed

in the Norcrest Avenue area.

Goodhue County

Cannon Falls Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A tree was downed.

Goodhue County

Kenyon Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Two trees were downed. One tree fell

onto a garage.

Washington County

2 SSE Lake Elmo Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Eleven power poles were snapped along

Manning Avenue (County Road 15) south

of County Road 10 near Oak-Land Junior

High School.

Washington County

Oakdale to Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Lake Elmo

A few trees and power lines were

downed.

Washington County

Woodbury Thunderstorm Wind (G51)

A citizen on Duckwood Trail recorded a

wind gust of 59 MPH. A tree on the

property was downed onto a deck. More

than 50 trees were downed across the

city, mainly south of Valley Creek Road

and west of Woodbury Drive. The Colby

Lake development was hardest hit. One

home lost a corner of its roof and yard

objects were thrown around.

Goodhue County

Red Wing Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Several trees were downed. One downed

tree blocked a road.

St. Louis County

3 S Orr Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Many large trees were blown down.

Crow Wing County

Ft Ripley Hail (0.88)

Pine County

4 SE Rock Creek to Tornado (F0)

8 E Pine City

The tornado began in Chisago County and

traveled into Pine County, crossing

Highway 70. It traveled over rural

areas, causing damage to trees. The

tornado did not affect any structures.

Pine County

17 ESE Hinckley to Tornado (F1)

23 E Hinckley

This tornado traveled through St. Croix

State Park. Numerous trees were blown

down and uprooted. Fortunately, the

tornado missed the camping and swimming

areas.

Pine County

6 E Askov Tornado (F0)

The tornado touch down briefly in an

open, rural area.

Cass County

Pine River Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Sixty-three trees were uprooted at the

Pine River Country Club.

Crow Wing County

7 N Brainerd Hail (0.75)

Cass County

Leader Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

A pontoon was swamped on Gull Lake. All

passengers aboard were rescued.

Crow Wing County

4 S Merrifield Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Trees were blown down and blocked

Highway 3.

Crow Wing County

Merrifield Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Trees were blown down around County

Road 127 and Ojibway Road, and by

County Roads 3 and 115, resulting in

power outages.

Pine County

1 SW Hinckley Hail (0.75)

Koochiching County

Little Fork Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Strong thunderstorm winds hit the

Little Fork area. On County Road 73 a

mobile home was overturned, large

trees were blown down, breaking windows

and causing other structural damage.

Also, a pole barn collapsed. On County

Road 8, a barn collapsed, two sheds

were blown into the woods, and over

100 trees were uprooted.

Koochiching County

Ray Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Two trees were blown down. Branches

were blown down as well.

St. Louis County

Kabetogama Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Power lines and trees were blown down

in the Kabetogama and Ash River Trail

areas. A 420 foot tower was blown over.

St. Louis County

9 NE Orr Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Strong thunderstorm winds took down

trees and phone lines in the Camp 5

Township, including the Elephant Lake

and Ash River areas.

Itasca County

5 NW Grand Rapids Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees were blown down and power was

lost.

Crow Wing County

Cross Lake Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Trees were blown down, causing power

outages.

Crow Wing County

Cross Lake Hail (0.75)

Cass County

4 NE Walker Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Trees were blown down and a boat lift

was thrown 50 feet.

Cass County

12 SW Backus Hail (2.75)

Cass County

1 N Pine River Hail (0.88)

Also, winds were blowing at 40 mph.

Itasca County

Bowstring Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Trees were blown down at Riley’s

Supper Club.

St. Louis County

Orr Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees were blown down and power was

lost.

Aitkin County

Hill City Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Aitkin County

2 E Hill City Hail (0.75)

St. Louis County

Cook Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Cass County

Outing Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Downed power lines left 300 people

without electricity from Longville to

Outing.

Cass County

Federal Dam Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees were blown down, including a 50

foot pine.

Crow Wing County

Nisswa Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees and power lines were blown down.

Crow Wing County

13 S Brainerd Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Hundreds of electric customers were

without power as high winds downed

power lines and lightning hit

transformers.

Pine County

5 N Finlayson Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

About 50 homes lost power as trees fell

on power lines.

MINNESOTA, Northwest

Wilkin County

4 SW Campbell Hail (0.75)

1.2 inches of rain also fell in 30

minutes.

Wilkin County

1 W Rothsay Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

The wind gust was measured by a MN DOT

RWIS sensor.

Clay County

5 S Hitterdal Flash Flood

Several section roads were flooded

south of Hitterdal and west of highway

32

Wilkin County

Tenney Flash Flood

Ditches were full with fields and farm

yards flooded.

Wilkin County

Breckenridge Flash Flood

Grant County

Hoffman Hail (0.75)

Wilkin County

Campbell Thunderstorm Wind (G56)

4 inch diameter branches were blown

down.

MNZ029

Flood

The Red River at Wahpeton/Breckenridge

had 3 crests above its moderate flood

stage during the month of June. These 3

occurred in near succession, one around

12.9 feet on June 9th, the second

around 12.7 feet on June 12th, and the

third around 13.1 feet on June 15th.

The Bois de Sioux River spilled over

its banks south of Breckenridge,

flooding several township roads. The

U.S. Highway 75 underpass north of Kent

was closed due to high water.

Clay County

Felton Tornado (F1)

The tornado briefly touched down in

Felton. Many large trees were uprooted

or snapped off. Some roof damage was

also reported from broken tree

branches.

Clay County

Moorhead Flash Flood

The official National Weather Service

cooperative observer reported 2.40

inches of rain in a short period of

time. Many streets and underpasses were

flooded. Several people had to be

pulled out of flooded roads.

Grant County

2 SE Hoffman Funnel Cloud

This funnel cloud formed near the

county line.

Otter Tail County

1 W Parkers Prairie Funnel Cloud

A wall cloud with pendant funnel was

seen moving to the north.

Otter Tail County

8 N Parkers Prairie to Tornado (F0)

8.5 N Parkers Prairie

The tornado stayed in a wildlife area

to the west of highway 29.

Wadena County

1 SW Aldrich Funnel Cloud

A brief funnel was reported.

MNZ007

Flood

The Red River at Oslo (MN) rose to a

crest around 35.5 feet on June 19th.

Moderate flooding occurs at Oslo when

the Red River reaches a height of 30

feet.

MNZ003

Flood

The Red River in Fargo/Moorhead rose to

a crest around 28.19 feet on June 18th.

Moderate flooding occurs at

Fargo/Moorhead when the Red River

reaches a height of 27 feet. This was

the second highest summer crest on

record. The highest summer crest of

33.26 feet occurred on July 4, 1975.

The flooding Red River affected

recreational paths, golf courses, and

bridges.

MNZ001

Flood

The Red River at East Grand Forks (MN)

rose to a crest around 40.36 feet on

June 18th. Moderate flooding occurs at

East Grand Forks when the Red River

reaches a height of 40 feet. This was

the second highest summer crest on

record. The highest summer crest of

43.08 feet occurred on July 14, 1975.

East Grand Forks closed the 4th street

northwest off-ramp from U.S. Highway 2.

Kittson County

2 N St Vincent Thunderstorm Wind (G67)

A 77 mph wind gust was measured at the

Emerson port of entry.

Kittson County

1 N Humboldt Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

A pole barn was blown down.

Marshall County

4 NE Alvarado Hail (0.88)

Marshall County

5 ESE Warren Hail (0.88)

Polk County

6 NNW Tabor Hail (0.88)

Roseau County

10 NW Greenbush Hail (1.00)

Polk County

East Grand Forks Hail (0.88)

The hail fell on the northeast side of

town.

Polk County

8 NE East Grand Fork Funnel Cloud

A wall cloud with a funnel was

reported.

Polk County

2 NE Sherack Hail (1.00)

Polk County

3 NNW Euclid Tornado (F0)

Two funnels were reported at the time

and one briefly touched down near the

intersection of U.S. Highway 75 and

county road 21.

Beltrami County

5 NE Waskish Hail (0.88)

Dime to nickle sized hail was reported.

Beltrami County

3 S Kelliher Flash Flood

Water flowed over highway 72 from

Cormorant Creek and Battle River.

Beltrami County

Blackduck Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A sheriffs deputy reported trees bent

over and blinding rain.

Hubbard County

11 S Akeley Hail (0.88)

Wilkin County

Kent Hail (1.00)

Grant County

Norcross Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Trees were blown down.

Grant County

Wendell Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

10 inch diameter trees were blown down.

Otter Tail County

3 NE Vergas Hail (0.88)

Otter Tail County

3 NE Vergas Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Grant County

Ashby Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Two trees and numerous branches were

blown down.

Otter Tail County

Fergus Falls Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several trees were blown down, one

falling on a power line. A traffic

signal was torn off a pole and two

cars had minor damage from falling

trees.

Otter Tail County

10 N Fergus Falls Thunderstorm Wind (G78)

A work shed was ripped to pieces and

another shed was blown away.

Significant damage also occurred to

the roof and a wall of the home. A

solid steel weather vane was bent and

many trees were blown down.

Otter Tail County

5 N Fergus Falls Thunderstorm Wind (G78)

Power lines were snapped off by the

strong wind.

Otter Tail County

5 E Erhard Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

Large tree branches were blown down.

Otter Tail County

3 ESE Phelps Thunderstorm Wind (G78)

Highway 72 was closed near the

southwest corner of Otter Tail Lake,

as many trees were blown down onto the

road.

Otter Tail County

Battle Lake Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

A metal storage shed was blown apart

and lifted into some nearby power

lines.

Otter Tail County

Otter Tail Lake Thunderstorm Wind (G78)

Hundreds of trees were uprooted or

damaged. Widespread damage also

occurred to boats, docks, and boat

lifts on Otter Tail Lake. Wave erosion

also occurred on beaches. One lake

resident said the storm produced the

highest storm lake surge since 1948. A

metal patio chair was thrown through a

ground floor window at one cabin.

Highway 78 was closed for a time as

fallen trees made it impassable. An

estimated $2.9 million was spent by

the county for cleanup and debris

removal. This figure did not include

damage or cleanup expenses at

residential or business properties.

Otter Tail County

3 SW Ottertail Thunderstorm Wind (G78)

Hundreds of trees were blown over at

the Balmoral Golf Course, making it

unplayable for nearly a week. This was

the second consecutive summer the golf

course was hit with high winds and

tremendous tree damage.

Otter Tail County

1 S Phelps Thunderstorm Wind (G78)

Dozens of trees were blown down and

power was lost. One tree fell on a van,

crushing it.

Otter Tail County

1 SW Richville Thunderstorm Wind (G78)

A 3-foot diameter tree fell on a

mobile home, injuring the man inside.

The mobile home was destroyed, and it

took an hour to free the man.

Grant County

4 N Barrett Tornado (F1)

A brief touchdown occurred near Pomme

De Terre River. A few trees were

knocked over by winds estimated to be

around 100 mph.

Otter Tail County

9 SSW Perham Funnel Cloud

A funnel cloud was seen dipping down

from the parent wall cloud.

Otter Tail County

4 WNW Ottertail to Tornado (F2)

Ottertail

Large trees were uprooted and a roof

was torn off a house. The top was torn

off a wooden grain elevator in

Ottertail and a nearby grain bin was

bent inward. A gas pump was blown over

at a convenience store, causing a fire.

The tornado also tore the roof off a

business in Ottertail and destroyed

its sign. A delivery truck was lifted

off the ground and thrown 20 feet onto

a nearby car.

Otter Tail County

5 N Ottertail Thunderstorm Wind (G78)

The strong winds damaged boats, docks,

and boat lifts around Rush Lake. Many

trees were also blown down.

Otter Tail County

Perham Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

Numerous trees were broken or uprooted

in and around Perham. One tree fell on

a car. Tree damage also occurred along

U.S. Highway 10.

Otter Tail County

1 NW Henning Thunderstorm Wind (G96)

A semi truck and trailer were blown

off U.S. Highway 10 and overturned.

Otter Tail County

Heinola Thunderstorm Wind (G90)

A barn was blown over and a large metal

bale feeder was tossed across the

farmyard.

Otter Tail County

1.5 SSW Heinola Thunderstorm Wind (G90)

Uprooted trees broke windows and

damaged the siding on a house. Two

trampolines were thrown into nearby

trees.

Otter Tail County

New York Mills Thunderstorm Wind (G96)

Numerous large trees were blown down

or uprooted. Trees fell on cars and

homes.

Otter Tail County

7 SW New York Mills Thunderstorm Wind (G90)

A barn was pushed off its foundation

and a horse was injured.

Otter Tail County

New York Mills Arpt Thunderstorm Wind (G96)

An insulated shed was destroyed and

debris was thrown 300 feet to the east.

A camping trailer parked at the airport

was tipped over.

Otter Tail County

Deer Creek Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Large trees were uprooted and cracked.

A garage was blown about a foot off its

foundation. Metal siding was torn off

and wrapped around a stop sign.

Otter Tail County

3 S Bluffton to Tornado (F2)

3 SSE Bluffton

A potato warehouse was completely torn

apart by the tornado and debris was

scattered several hundred feet

downwind (east). Other nearby

structures were not seriously damaged.

A turkey barn roof was also partially

removed. Estimated wind speeds were

around 150 mph.

Wadena County

Wadena Thunderstorm Wind (G66)

Trees were blown down all around

Wadena. Trees fell on buildings, cars,

and power lines. A church under

construction lost its roof and a wall

collapsed. The strong winds slammed a

man into a wall. The man went to the

emergency room, but suffered no

major injuries.

Wadena County

Wadena Arpt Thunderstorm Wind (G66)

The AWOS at the airport measured a 76

mph wind gust.

Wadena County

3 S Wadena Thunderstorm Wind (G78)

Large trees were uprooted and power

poles snapped. Widespread power

outages were reported.

Wadena County

1 S Sebeka Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Large trees were blown down across

U.S. Highway 71.

Wadena County

Verndale Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

Trees were uprooted by the strong wind

and 2 fell on a house. Trees also fell

on power lines and blocked city

streets.

Wadena County

3 ENE Blue Grass Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

Many large oak and pine trees were

uprooted or snapped off.

Wadena County

Aldrich Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

Many large trees were blown down or

snapped off.

Kittson County

2 N Hallock Funnel Cloud

Kittson County

Lancaster Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Three grain bins were blown apart and

thrown onto the nearby railroad tracks.

An old garage was damaged and shingles

were blown off a house.

Kittson County

Orleans to Tornado (F2)

1 NE Orleans

A brief touchdown occurred in Orleans.

The tornado destroyed six large grain

bins at the elevator and one small

storage shed. Peak winds were

estimated at 120 mph.

Kittson County

Humboldt Thunderstorm Wind (G56)

An NDAWN sensor measured the wind gust.

Kiittson County

Hallock Funnel Cloud

A persistent wall cloud with pendant

funnel cloud was observed moving

east-southeast.

Kittson County

Donaldson Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A MNDOT RWIS sensor measured the 60 mph

wind gust.

Lake Of The Woods

County

Angle Inlet Hail (1.00)

Nickle to quarter-sized hail was

reported.

Lake Of The Woods

County

Angle Inlet Thunderstorm Wind (G78)

Around 68 trees were uprooted at Angle

Outpost Resort. Three 700-pound piers

were pulled out of the dock area and

three boats were tossed on shore. The

strong winds blew for about 15 minutes.

Over one thousand trees were blown down

from French Narrows and Fort Charles

down into the Northwest Angle. Windows

were blown out of several cabins in

the area.

Lake Of The Woods

County

7 SE Angle Inlet to Tornado (F1)

3 S Oak Is

The tornado tracked from the east end

of the Northwest Angle, out onto the

Lake of the Woods to about 3 miles

south of Oak Island. The

tornado-waterspout was seen from the

shore of Little Oak Island. Numerous

trees were uprooted or snapped off on

the Northwest Angle. Estimated peak

winds were 100 mph.

Polk County

5 WNW Fisher to Tornado (F2)

3 WNW Fisher

Well-built garage walls and a roof were

torn off a home. Steel grain bins were

ripped off their foundations and thrown

through the air. A 36×100 foot

hip-roofed barn was torn from its

foundation and demolished. Peak winds

were estimated at 150 mph.

Lake Of The Woods

County

Angle Inlet Hail (1.75)

Polk County

3 N Fisher Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Several large trees were blown down in

a shelterbelt.

Polk County

5 NW Crookston Thunderstorm Wind (G96)

The roofing and sidewalls were

violently torn from two pole sheds and

blown to the east. Numerous trees were

uprooted or snapped off.

Polk County

5 NE Fisher to Tornado (F2)

6.5 NE Fisher

Two steel grains bins were ripped off

their foundations with debris thrown

for about a half-mile to the northeast.

Peak winds were estimated at 120 mph.

Polk County

4 NNW Crookston Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Several large trees were blown down by

the strong wind. Shingles were torn

off two homes.

Roseau County

Fox Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

The roof was blown off a house.

Polk County

Crookston Muni Arpt Thunderstorm Wind (G94)

A 108 mph wind gust was measured by

the Crookston AWOS. Several airport

hangers sustained roof damage.

Polk County

3 N Crookston Thunderstorm Wind (G94)

The roof was torn off a barn and two

steel grain bins were blown down.

Polk County

7 WNW Mentor Tornado (F0)

The tornado formed on the south edge

of a downburst wind core. The tornado

was observed in a field just south of

U.S. Highway 2 at Marcoux Corner.

MINNESOTA, Northwest

Red Lake County

1 WSW Dorothy Hail (0.75)

Polk County

6 SE Euclid to Tornado (F1)

7 E Euclid

The tornado formed on the northern edge

of a downburst wind core. Trees were

snapped off in shelterbelts and

shingles torn off roofs. Estimated peak

wind speeds were 110 mph. The tornado

continued into Red Lake county.

Pennington County

6 W St Hilaire Funnel Cloud

Pennington County

1 E St Hilaire Funnel Cloud

Red Lake County

3 S Dorothy Thunderstorm Wind (G87)

The end walls were blown out of a pole

shed. Numerous large trees were snapped

off or uprooted.

Red Lake County

2 NW Dorothy to Tornado (F1)

3 NNW Dorothy

This tornado originated 6 miles

southeast of Euclid in Polk county. It

tracked for about a mile in Red Lake

county, snapping off trees in

shelterbelts. Estimated peak winds were

110 mph.

Marshall County

3 E Gatzke Thunderstorm Wind (G59)

A MNDOT RWIS site measured the 68 mph

wind gust.

Norman County

5 ESE Shelly Hail (1.75)

Pennington County

Goodridge Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Trees were blown down and some shingle

damage was reported.

Polk County

6 N Erskine Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A MNDOT RWIS site measured the 58 mph

wind gust.

Polk County

2 E Fertile Tornado (F0)

A brief tornado touchdown was reported

east of Fertile.

Red Lake County

4 S Brooks Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A MN DOT RWIS site measured the 58 mph

wind gust.

Roseau County

Roosevelt Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Beltrami County

16 SW Fourtown Hail (1.00)

Lake Of The Woods

County

5 SE Williams Hail (0.75)

Pennington County

10 ESE Goodridge Hail (1.00)

Lake Of The Woods

County

25 WSW Baudette Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

Large trees were blown down near Norris

Camp.

Polk County

8 E Fertile Funnel Cloud

Lake Of The Woods

County

1 E Baudette Hail (1.00)

Clearwater County

Shevlin Funnel Cloud

MINNESOTA, Northwest

Beltrami County

Ponemah Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Clay County

6 ENE Hawley to Tornado (F1)

7 ENE Hawley

Trees were knocked down near Buffalo

Creek by winds estimated to be around

90 mph. Video of the tornado was shown

on the Weather Channel. The tornado

continued into Becker county.

Becker County

3 WNW Lake Park to Tornado (F1)

2 NW Lake Park

The tornado originated 6 miles

east-northeast of Hawley in Clay

county. The tornado tracked toward

Stinking Lake and damaged several trees

in the area. Peak winds were estimated

at 90 mph.

Becker County

2 N Lake Park Funnel Cloud

Clearwater County

3 ENE Leonard to Tornado (F1)

4 ENE Leonard

The tornado knocked down numerous trees

along county road 24. Estimated peak

Beltrami county.

Beltrami County

12 W Puposky to Tornado (F1)

8 W Puposky

The tornado originated 3 miles

east-northeast of Leonard in Clearwater

county. Many large trees were knocked

over along county road 24. Estimated

peak wind speeds were 90 mph.

Beltrami County

3 SSW Blackduck to Tornado (F1)

3 SSE Blackduck

The tornado tracked through trees and

crossed scenic highway 39 south of

Blackduck. Many large trees were

knocked down along the damage path.

Peak wind speeds were estimated at

100 mph.

Becker County

Two Inlets Hail (0.75)

Hubbard County

10 NNW Park Rapids Hail (0.75)

Kittson County

8 W Hallock Flash Flood

Fields were flooded near highway 175

and county road 16.

Otter Tail County

10 NE New York Mills Hail (0.88)

Wadena County

1 W Nimrod Hail (0.75)

Becker County

6 ESE White Earth Flash Flood

Water flowed over county road 34 near

Strawberry Lake.

Becker County

Detroit Lakes Flash Flood

One inch of rain fell in less than 30

minutes, flooding several city streets.

Becker County

Osage Hail (1.00)

Becker County

4 ENE Osage to Tornado (F0)

5 ENE Osage

The tornado continued into Hubbard

county.

Hubbard County

4 WNW Park Rapids t Tornado (F1)

4 NW Park Rapids

The tornado originated 4 miles

east-northeast of Osage in Becker

county. The tornado tracked to near

Portage Lake and knocked down several

trees. Peak winds were estimated at

100 mph.

MINNESOTA, Northwest

Hubbard County

2 W Park Rapids

The strong winds damaged a metal barn

roof, a hay shed, two fish houses, and

an irrigation rig. Several trees were

also blown down.

Hubbard County

Park Rapids Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Large branches were blown down. A wind

gust of 51 mph was measured at the Park

Rapids airport at 346 pm CDT.

Hubbard County

Park Rapids Flash Flood

One inch of rain fell in less than 30

minutes, causing street flooding in

Park Rapids.

Wadena County

4 NE Nimrod Hail (1.00)

Beltrami County

5 NE Waskish Hail (1.00)

Polk County

2 W Eldred Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

The wind gust was measured by an NDAWN

wind sensor.

Polk County

8 NE East Grand Fork Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Two trees were uprooted and many large

branches were blown down.

Kittson County

9 N Lancaster Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

The strong winds tore the trim off a

building and knocked over several large

trees.

Marshall County

Argyle Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Large tree limbs were blown down.

Marshall County

1 E Argyle Thunderstorm Wind (G78)

The roof was peeled off a warehouse and

large doors were torn off a building.

Farm machinery was blown across a yard

and power poles were snapped off.

Kittson County

6 E Lancaster Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Large branches were blown down at

several farms.

Norman County

1 NE Ranum Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Polk County

1 E Erskine Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Trees were blown down onto power lines,

knocking some power poles over. Several

shed roots were damaged.

Mahnomen County

Bejou Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Large branches were blown down along

with power lines.

Pennington County

8 SSE Thief River Fall Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Polk County

6 N Erskine Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

The wind gust was measured by a MNDOT

RWIS sensor.

Red Lake County

4 S Brooks Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

The wind gust was measured by a MNDOT

RWIS sensor.

Roseau County

Greenbush Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

A 10 inch diameter tree branch fell on

a house roof.

Becker County

Detroit Lakes Hail (0.75)

Kittson County

11 E Lake Bronson Flash Flood

Fields and farm access roads were

flooded along lateral ditch number two

near the Kittson/Roseau county line.

Roseau County

11 WNW Greenbush Flash Flood

Fields and farm access roads were

flooded along lateral ditch number two

near the Rosea/Kittson county border.

Wilkin County

9 SSE Breckenridge Hail (0.75)

Clay County

1 S Rollag Flash Flood

Prolonged heavy rains and excessive

runoff caused a basement to flood.

Wilkin County

Tenney Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Large tree branches were blown down and

power lines were knocked down.

Scattered power outages were also

reported.

Becker County

Lake Park Hail (0.88)

Otter Tail County

Fergus Falls Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A tree fell on a car and blocked

traffic. Another tree fell on a power

line, causing a brief fire.

Wilkin County

Breckenridge Flash Flood

Street flooding was reported after two

inches of rain fell in less than an

hour.

Wilkin County

Campbell Flash Flood

Heavy rain flooded city streets.

Clay County

3 NE Rollag to Tornado (F1)

4 NE Rollag

Intermittent tornado touchdowns

occurred to the Becker county line

about 4 miles northeast of Rollag. The

tornado continued into Becker county.

Becker County

7 SSW Lake Park to Tornado (F1)

4 SSW Lake Park

This tornado originated about 3 miles

northeast of Rollag in Clay county.

Numerous trees were knocked down along

the tornado track. Peak winds were

estimated at 90 mph.

Becker County

Lake Park Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A MNDOT RWIS sensor along U.S. Highway

10 measured the wind gust.

Grant County

6 S Norcross Hail (1.25)

Otter Tail County

8 NE Fergus Falls to Tornado (F2)

9 NE Fergus Falls

The tornado flattened an older barn and

uprooted several trees. Two people

narrowly escaped the tornado as it hit

the barn. The landowner reported that

another tornado had hit another barn on

same site back in 1933. Peak winds were

estimated at 130 mph.

Grant County

Barrett Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

A tree fell on a garage.

Grant County

5 W Hoffman Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

6 to 8 inch diameter tree limbs were

ripped off.

Otter Tail County

5 NW New York Mills Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Mahnomen County

10 N Mahkonce Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A large branch was torn off a tree.

Otter Tail County

3 SE Bluffton Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A MNDOT RWIS sensor along U.S. Highway

10 measured the wind gust.

Becker County

1 SE Two Inlets Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

60 to 70 mph (estimated) wind speeds

occurred with a lot of tree damage.

Wadena County

Verndale Funnel Cloud

Clearwater County

Bagley Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A large blue spruce tree was uprooted.

Hubbard County

10 NE Park Rapids Hail (0.75)

Wadena County

3 N Staples Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

A 10-unit storage building under

construction was damaged.

Wadena County

8 E Verndale Hail (1.00)

Wadena County

3 S Oylen Tornado (F0)

A brief touchdown was reported.

Hubbard County

10 N Kabekona Corner Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Large tree branches were blown down.

Beltrami County

4 SE Bemidji Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Large tree branches were blown down.

Grant County

5 NW Wendell Flash Flood

Fields and farm access roads were

flooded.

Otter Tail County

5 E Fergus Falls Flash Flood

Water covered highway 220 east of

Fergus Falls near Pebble Lake road.

MNZ029

Flood

Many fields and roads were flooded

across southern Wilkin county. Heavy

amounts of rain fell many times

throughout the month of June. The

official National Weather Service

cooperative observer at Campbell

reported 12.07 inches of rain for the

month.

MNZ004

Flood

The Two Rivers River at Hallock rose

above its moderate flood stage of 806

feet MSL late in the month of June. The

actual crest occurred in early July.

MNZ029

Flood

Rainfall toward the end of June pushed

the Red River at Wahpeton/Breckenridge

back above its moderate flood stage of

12 feet. The crest for this event

didn’t occur until early July.

MINNESOTA, Southeast

Olmsted County

4 NW Rochester Hail (1.00)

MINNESOTA, Southeast

Olmsted County

5 NW Rochester Hail (0.88)

Olmsted County

3 NW Rochester Hail (0.75)

Olmsted County

2 N Rochester Hail (1.00)

Olmsted County

3 N Rochester Hail (1.00)

Olmsted County

4 SSE Oronoco Hail (1.00)

Olmsted County

Rochester Hail (1.00)

Mower County

6 N Le Roy Hail (0.75)

Hail as large as nickels and quarters

was reported by spotters, law

enforcement officials and the public.

Hardest hit was the northwest side of

Rochester (Olmsted County) where

numerous vehicles were damaged by large

hail. In fact, estimates indicated

nearly $200,000 in damage to vehicles

in the city of Rochester alone.

Wabasha County

Elgin Hail (1.00)

Winona County

2 NW Elba Hail (0.75)

Olmsted County

Little Vly Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Olmsted County

2 NW Oronoco Hail (0.88)

Wabasha County

Mazeppa Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Wind gusts of 60 to 65 mph, along with

hail the size of pennies and nickels,

was reported by storm spotters, law

enforcement officials and amateur radio

operators.

Wabasha County

West Portion Flash Flood

Rainfall amounts of 4 to 5 inches in

two hours caused flash flooding. Law

enforcement officials reported some

minor damage to roads in the Mazeppa,

Oak Center and Zumbro Falls areas.

Dodge County

Mantorville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Olmsted County

Byron Thunderstorm Wind (G51)

Olmsted County

Rochester Hail (0.88)

Olmsted County

Rochester Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Storm spotters reported wind gusts of

60 mph, along with hail the size of

nickels.

Wabasha County

West Portion Flash Flood

With the ground already saturated from

heavy rain the previous evening,

another round of heavy rain caused

flash flooding. The resultant high

water forced the closure of Highway 63

in Zumbro Falls. In addition, a storm

spotter in Zumbro Falls reported a 24

hour rainfall total of 5.95 inches.

Dodge County

Hayfield Lightning

An early morning lightning strike

caused a barn to burn down, killing

approximately 11,000 turkeys.

Mower County

Dexter Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Olmsted County

2 SW Stewartville Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Storm spotters estimated wind gusts of

60 mph.

Cottonwood County

5 S Storden Hail (0.75)

Lyon County

Minneota Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Pipestone County

5 N Pipestone Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Rock County

Hills Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Thunderstorm winds caused tree and

power line damage, including several

trees blown down. One falling tree

destroyed a fence. The damage also

resulted in a power outage.

Lincoln County

Hendricks Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Lyon County

Taunton to Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Cottonwood

Thunderstorm winds caused tree and

power line damage with several trees

blown down. The winds blew open part of

the roof of a mobile home in

Cottonwood, and falling power lines

caused a small fire in Cottonwood. The

winds also caused other minor property

damage.

Jackson County

3 SW Bergen Hail (1.00)

Cottonwood County

Windom Hail (0.75)

Cottonwood County

11 W Windom Hail (0.75)

Murray County

2 S Currant Lake Hail (0.75)

Cottonwood County

Jeffers Hail (0.75)

Cottonwood County

Jeffers Hail (0.88)

Lyon County

4 NE Marshall Hail (0.88)

Nobles County

4 SW Lismore Hail (0.75)

Nobles County

3 SW Lismore Hail (0.88)

Large hail damaged at least 350 acres

of corn and soybean crops. The amount

of crop damage was not known, being

dependent on the degree of future crop

recovery.

Rock County

2 NE Hills Hail (0.75)

Nobles County

Ellsworth Flash Flood

Heavy rain caused flooding of low

areas, including fields and roads.

Murray County

Slayton Hail (0.75)

Rock County

2 SW Jasper to Tornado (F0)

2 W Jasper

A tornado caused no reported damage

before crossing north into Pipestone

County.

Pipestone County

5 SW Ihlen to Tornado (F0)

4.8 SW Ihlen

A tornado caused no reported damage

after moving from Rock County.

Pipestone County

2 S Ihlen to Hail (0.75)

1 S lhlen

Pipestone County

Ihlen Hail (0.75)

Pipestone County

4 SW Ihlen Hail (0.75)

Pipestone County

4 SW Mien Hail (0.75)

Rock County

1 S Jasper Hail (0.75)

Rock County

Laverne Thunderstorm Wind (G51)

Rock County

2 SW Jasper Hail (0.75)

Rock County

4 SW Magnolia Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Pipestone County

4 SW Ihlen Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Thunderstorm winds caused tree damage,

including several trees blown over. The

winds also blew down power lines,

resulting in power outages.

Nobles County

Adrian Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Nobles County

6 S Adrian Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Jackson County

9 W Petersburg Hail (0.75)

Jackson County

9 S Lakefield Hail (0.75)

Jackson County

Jackson Flash Flood

Heavy rain caused flooding of numerous

streets, stranding several vehicles.

Lyon County

Balaton Hail (1.00)

Lincoln County

2 SE Lake Benton Hail (1.00)

Lyon County

Balaton Hail (0.88)

Murray County

13 N Slayton Hail (0.88)

Lincoln County

2 SE Hendricks Flash Flood

Heavy rain caused flooding of roads,

fields, and other low areas.

Lyon County

Tracy Flash Flood

Heavy rain caused flooding of numerous

roads.

Pipestone County

Ruthton Hail (1.00)

Murray County

Lake Wilson Hail (0.75)

Murray County

5 NW Lake Wilson to Flash Flood

4 SW Chandler

Heavy rain caused flooding of roads and

fields.

Pipestone County

Edgerton Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Thunderstorm winds caused tree and

power line damage, causing a power

outage. The winds blew down 3 to 4 inch

diameter branches.

Cottonwood County

Westbrook Flash Flood

Heavy rain caused flooding of streets

and low areas.

Nobles County

Adrian Thunderstorm

Thunderstorm winds caused tree damage,

including 4 inch diameter branches

blown down.

Rock County

1 N Magnolia Thunderstorm

Thunderstorm winds caused tree damage,

including 2 to 3 inch diameter branches

blown down.

Pipestone County

Trosky Flash Flood

Heavy rain caused flooding of numerous

county roads, a few of which were

washed out. The amount of damage was

not known.

Jackson County

9 SW Spafford Flash Flood

Heavy rain caused flooding of county

roads, fields, and other low areas.

Nobles County

Worthington Flash Flood

Heavy rain caused flooding of several

streets, with water 3 feet deep at one

intersection.

Rock County

2 SW Magnolia Flash Flood

Heavy rain caused flooding of fields

and several roads.

Lincoln County

Lake Benton Thunderstorm

Pipestone County

11 N Pipestone Hail (0.75)

Pipestone County

11 N Pipestone Thunderstorm

Rock County

Luverne Hail (1.00)

Rock County

Luverne Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Nobles County

7 NW Lismore Hail (1.75)

Murray County

4 SW Chandler Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Thunderstorm winds caused tree damage,

including up to 8 inch diameter

branches blown down.

Rock County

1 NW Kenneth Hail (1.50)

Rock County

1 S Kenneth Hail (1.75)

Nobles County

3 NE Lismore Hail (0.75)

Nobles County

6 NW Lismore Hail (1.75)

Lyon County

Florence Hail (0.88)

Nobles County

7 NW Lismore Hail (1.75)

Lyon County

1 E Russell Hail (1.00)

Murray County

Avoca Hail (1.00)

Lyon County

Russell Hail (1.00)

Lyon County

4 SE Marshall to Tornado (F0)

6 E Marshall

A tornado caused no reported damage.

Cottonwood County

9 W Windom to Tornado (F0)

2 S Jeffers

A tornado damaged corn crops and tore

off a pumphouse roof.

Cottonwood County

3 NE Delft Hail (1.75)

Jackson County

Alpha Hail (1.00)

Jackson County

2 S Alpha Hail (1.00)

MINNESOTA, West

NONE REPORTED.

MINNESOTA, West Central

Traverse County

12 SW Wheaton Hail (0.75)

Traverse County

Wheaton Flash Flood

Heavy rains of 3 to 5 inches fell in

and around the city of Wheaton causing

flash flooding. Many roads had water

running over them with several of them

closed.

Big Stone County

Ortonville Hail (0.75)

Traverse County

6 E Dumont Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Big Stone County

9 SE Beardsley Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Traverse County

Wheaton Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Big Stone County

4 SSE Graceville Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Traverse County

5 SE Collis Hail (0.75)

Traverse County

5 SE Collis Thunderstorm

MISSISSIPPI, Central

NOT RECEIVED.

MISSISSIPPI, North

De Soto County

Cockrum Thunderstorm

A building had part of its roof

damaged.

De Soto County

Olive Branch Hail (1.00)

MISSISSIPPI, North

Tunica County

Tunica Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several large tree limbs were blown

down.

MISSISSIPPI, South

Jackson County

10 SW Vancleave Funnel Cloud

A funnel cloud was reported north of

Interstate 10 and west of Highway 57.

Harrison County

Biloxi Lightning

A pine tree struck by lightning fell on

the roof of a house causing a fire that

resulted in extensive damage to the

home.

Amite County

Liberty Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A tree was blown down along Highway 48.

Amite County

Gloster to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Glading

Thunderstorm winds toppled a tree that

fell on a house causing significant

damage to the home.

MSZ080>082

Tropical Storm

Tropical Storm Arlene developed in the

western Caribbean on June 9th and moved

north across the eastern Gulf of Mexico

on June 10th and 11th before making

landfall in the extreme western Florida

Panhandle near Pensacola during the

afternoon of the 11th. Weather impacts

from Torpical Storm Arlene were minimal

along the Mississippi coast as

sustained tropical storm force winds

and wind gusts remained off the coast

over the coastal waters. The highest

measured sustained wind was 34 knots at

NOAA buoy 42040 located 22 miles south

southeast of Biloxi, Mississippi. This

buoy also recorded the highest wind

gust of 43 knots. The minimum pressure

measured was 998.6 mb at NOAA buoy

42040. Rainfall was generally between

one and two inches across Jackson

County with much lower amounts farther

west along the Mississippi coast. No

significant storm surge or coastal

flooding occurred with Tropical Storm

Arlene along the Mississippi coast.

There was no significant storm damage

reported.

Pearl River County

1 W Poplarville Hail (1.75)

Jackson County

Pascagoula Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Thunderstorm winds knocked down trees

on Jordan Road at Seaman Road.

Jackson County

Ocean Spgs Funnel Cloud

A funnel cloud was reported near a

school on Government Street.

MISSISSIPPI, Southeast

NONE REPORTED.

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