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)

MISSOURI, East

Knox County

Newark 04 1915CST

Knox County

Newark 04 1920CST

Storm spotters reported large tree

limbs down and 3/4 inch hail in Newark.

Shelby County

4 N Bethel 04 1919CST

Storm spotters reported 3/4 inch hail.

Shelby County

4 W Shelbyville 04 1940CST

The Sheriff Department reported that a

barn was damaged by thunderstorm winds

with debris landing on Route K west of

Shelbyville.

Knox County

Knox City 04 1950CST

Storm spotters reported large tree

limbs down and the roof of a grocery

storm damaged.

MISSOURI, East

Lewis County

La Belle 04 1952CST

The public reported 3/4 inch hail.

Moniteau County

Tipton 05 0207CST

Local law enforcement reported 3/4 inch

hail.

Moniteau County

Fortuna 05 0300CST

A lightning strike is believed to have

started a fire which destroyed the 103

year old Fortuna United Methodist

Church.

Boone County

Columbia 06 0200CST

An early morning lighting strike

started a fire at a home on Glenn

Wesley Court resulting in at least

$30,000 in damage.

MOZ064 St. Louis (C)

06 1100CST

An 83 year old woman died in her home

from heat related causes. The central

air conditioning was not turned on and

all the windows were closed. High

temperatures the previous couple of

days had been in the middle 90’s. F83PH

Jefferson County

Festus 06 1200CST

Thunderstorm wind gusts downed some

tree limbs resulting in power outages

in Festus and surrounding areas. About

4000 people lost power for about 5

hours.

Knox County

Knox City 08 1235CST

A storm spotter reported some large

tree limbs down.

Shelby County

Shelbina 08 1250CST

A storm spotter reported a large tree

down in his backyard.

Lewis County

La Grange 08 1300CST

Thunderstorm wind gusts damaged the

porch of a home in La Grange.

Ste. Genevieve

County

Ste Genevieve 08 1300CST

Thunderstorm wind gusts damaged some

power poles and downed a few trees.

About 285 people lost power for about

4 hours.

Marion County

Hannibal 08 1320CST

Hannibal Emergency Management and storm

spotters reported several trees and

power lines down across town. One house

on Vermont Street was damaged by a

downed tree.

Ralls County

New London 08 1325CST

Amateur radio spotters reported some

large tree limbs down.

Monroe County

3 SW Paris 08 1330CST

The Missouri Highway Department

reported a tree down blocking the

westbound lane of Route AA.

Pike County

Frankford 08 1335CST

Pike County

Curryville 08 1345CST

Pike County

Bowling Green 08 1350CST

Storm spotters reported trees and large

tree limbs down in Frankford, Bowling

Green, and Curryville.

Boone County

Centralia 08 1350CST

Boone County

Centralia 08 1405CST

Storm spotters reported hail up to

nickel size.

Boone County

Columbia 08 1425CST

Boone County

5 N Columbia 08 1425CST

Boone County

Columbia 08 1440CST

Law enforcement and storm spotters

reported hail ranging from 3/4 inch to

1 1/4 inch in Columbia and just north

of town.

St. Charles County

St Charles Arpt 08 1444CST

ASOS at the St. Charles Airport

recorded a 62 mph wind gust.

Callaway County

Fulton 08 1450CST

A storm spotter reported 1 inch hail.

Montgomery County

Danville 08 1455CST

Local law enforcement reported 3/4 inch

hail.

St. Charles County

3 NW St Charles 08 1500CST

St. Charles County

St Charles 08 1500CST

St. Charles County

St Peters 08 1505CST

Local law enforcement reported large

tree limbs down in several areas of

St. Charles. The public reported a

couple of large trees down northwest of

St. Charles and local law enforcement

reported several large tree limbs down

in St. Peters.

Montgomery County

Montgomery City 08 1510CST

Storm spotters reported tree limbs and

power lines down.

St. Louis County

Wildwood 08 1515CST

A storm spotter reported large tree

limbs down at the intersection of

Highway 100 and 109.

Montgomery County

Big Spg 08 1540CST

Employees of the Missouri Department of

Natural Resources reported 3/4 inch

hail.

St. Louis County

Creve Coeur 09 1640CST

St. Louis County

Creve Coeur 09 1640CST

St. Louis County

Maryland Hgts 09 1645CST

St. Louis County

3 SW Olivette 09 1645CST

St. Louis County

Maryland Hgts 09 1650CST

St. Louis County

2 N Vly Park 09 1650CST

St. Louis County

St Johns 09 1655CST

A complex of severe thunderstorms

dropped hail from nickel to gollball

size across parts of west central and

north central St. Louis County. Strong

winds in the southern part of the

county downed some large tree limbs.

St. Louis County

West Central Portion 09 1715CST

2000CST

Jefferson County

High Ridge 09 1800CST

2115CST

St. Louis (C)

St Louis 09 1800CST

1910CST

Rainfall of 2-3 inches in an hour or

less caused localized flash flooding

across parts of St. Louis and Jefferson

Counties and St. Louis City. Almost a

foot of water was reported flowing

across Lindbergh Blvd in west central

St. Louis County. Flooding was reported

across north Jefferson County

especially near High Ridge. Parts of

Route PP, Antire Road and White Ash

Road were closed due to flooding.

Several streets in southwest St. Louis

City became impassable due to high

water.

St. Louis County

Fenton 09 1725CST

The public reported 1 1/2 inch hail in

Fenton.

Jefferson County

High Ridge 09 1725CST

The public reported 3/4 inch hail.

St. Louis County

Maplewood 09 1735CST

St. Louis (C)

St Louis 09 1735CST

St. Louis (C)

St Louis 09 1735CST

Thunderstorms wind gusts downed trees,

large tree limbs, power lines, and some

traffic signals across the southwest

part of St. Louis. Trees were

reported down along McCausland and

Jamieson Avenues. A large tree limb put

a hole in the roof of an apartment on

Southwest Avenue. Traffic signals were

downed at Arsenal and Southwest Avenue.

In Maplewood, downed trees took down

power lines and damaged power poles.

Jefferson County

High Ridge 09 1740CST

Jefferson County

High Ridge 09 1740CST

The public reported a few large trees

down along with 1 inch hail.

St. Louis County

Affton 09 1805CST

Amateur radio spotters reported a large

tree limb blown onto a house in the

Affton area.

St. Louis County

Fenton 09 1830CST

St. Louis County

Fenton 09 1840CST

Storm spotters reported hail up to

golfball size.

Jefferson County

High Ridge 09 1850CST

The Sheriff Department reported 1 inch

hail.

Cole County

Jefferson City 10 1300CST

Thunderstorm wind gusts took down some

large tree limbs, small trees, an a few

backyard storage buildings. A large

tree limb fell on power lines and

snapped two power poles in the 3 100

block of Rock Ridge Road.

Warren County

Warrenton 10 1700CST

Warren County

Warrenton 10 1700CST

Storm spotters reported 1 inch hail and

wind gusts that broke some large tree

limbs.

Lincoln County

Foley 10 1725CST

Lincoln County

7 SW Troy 10 1735CST

Thunderstorm wind gusts downed large

tree branches on Highway 79 and Highway

Y near Foley. Tree limbs were also down

on Highway U between Highways J and 47

southwest of Troy.

Warren County

Wright City 13 1435CST

Storm spotters reported 3/4 inch hail.

Lincoln County

Silex 13 1440CST

Thunderstorm wind gusts downed some

power lines.

Callaway County

10 S Fulton 13 1510CST

Security at the AmerenUE Callaway

Nuclear Power Plant reported 3/4 inch

hail.

Audrain County

10 S Vandalia 13 1510CST

Pike County

New Hartford 13 1520CST

Pike County

Ashley 13 1530CST

A severe thunderstorm put down a swath

of large hail from southeast Audrain

County into southwest Pike County. Hail

up to 2 1/2 inches in diameter was

reported near New Hartford with at

least golfball size hail falling from

south of Vandalia to near Ashley. There

was quite a bit of crop damage along

the path, some farm homes suffered roof

damage, and a few vehicles were also

damaged.

Lincoln County

Elsberry 13 1525CST

Large tree limbs broke and took down a

couple of power lines.

Montgomery County

New Florence 13 1540CST

Thunderstorm winds knocked down a

couple of trees and power lines.

Pike County

Louisiana 13 1540CST

Thunderstorm winds downed a couple of

trees along Highway 54 on the east side

of Louisiana. Power was also reported

out in parts of town.

Gasconade County

Hermann 13 1540CST

Local law enforcement reported 3/4 inch

hail.

Franklin County

Washington 13 1610CST

Amateur radio spotters reported trees

down in a city park.

Warren County

Warrenton 13 1610CST

Amateur radio spotters reported several

small trees down.

St. Charles County

Flint Hill 13 1615CST

St. Charles County

Lake St Louis 13 1615CST

St. Charles County

Wentzville 13 1615CST

St. Charles County

O Fallon 13 1620CST

Storm spotters measured wind gusts of

78 in Flint Hill and 62 mph in

Wentzville. A house under construction

in Flint Hill was damaged by the wind.

Trees and power lines were also down in

the area. In Lake St. Louis, roof

shingles were blown off the roof of the

Community Center building. A sail boat

sank and trees and power lines were

down. In O’Fallon, a couple of 1 foot

diameter trees were downed.

Franklin County

Gray Summit 13 1625CST

Amateur radio spotters reported trees

down.

Lincoln County

Moscow Mills 13 1625CST

An off duty Sheriff Deputy reported a

small tornado near Meyer Road and

Highway C. There was no damage.

Lincoln County

Winfield 13 1630CST

A couple of trees were down on the west

side of Winfield.

St. Charles County

O Fallon 13 1640CST

St. Charles County

Orchard Farm 13 1640CST

St. Charles County

St Charles Arpt 13 1640CST

St. Charles County

2 SW St Peters 13 1640CST

MISSOURI, East

St. Charles County

St Peters 13 1640CST

St. Charles County

2 SSE St Peters 13 1640CST

St. Charles County

St Peters 13 1640CST

St. Charles County

Wentzville 13 1640CST

A wind gust of 68 mph was measured by

the ASOS at the St. Charles Airport.

Trees and large tree limbs were reported

down St.Charles and St. Peters. Trees

were down and the siding on a home was

damaged in Orchard Farm. Hail up to 1

inch in diameter was reported in St.

Peters.

Franklin County

Washington 13 1640CST

Franklin County

1 W Union 13 1645CST

Thunderstorms winds downed trees and

power lines in Washington and near

Union. In Washington, a tree fell on a

home on Roberts Street. Two people

inside suffered minor injuries. The

County Sheriff reported trees and power

lines down just west of Union.

Lincoln County

Old Monroe 13 1645CST

Amateur radio spotters reported several

power poles bent over at a 45 degree

angle along Highway 79.

Warren County

Wright City 13 1650CST

Thunderstorm wind gusts blew the tin

roof off of a storage building. The tin

damaged a car and a nearby business

sign.

St. Charles County

St Peters 13 1658CST

Amateur radio spotters reported 1 inch

hail near Mid Rivers Mail Drive and

I-70.

St. Louis County

2 N Florissant 13 1700CST

A large oak tree was downed in Sioux

Passage Park.

St. Charles County

Weldon Spg 13 1710CST

A 30 foot cedar tree was downed neat

the intersection of Independence and

Patriotic Roads.

St. Louis County

4 W Eureka 13 1715CST

Amateur radio spotters reported large

tree limbs down.

Franklin County

Pacific 13 1715CST

Amateur radio spotters reported 6 inch

diameter trees down.

St. Louis (C)

Tower Grove 13 1725CST

The public reported large tree limbs

down in south St. Louis. A stop sign

was blown down along Iowa Street.

Jefferson County

House Spgs 13 1737CST

A storm spotter reported 1 inch hail.

St. Louis County

Oakville 13 1754CST

Amateur radio spotters reported 3/4

inch hail.

Crawford County

3 SW Cuba 13 1910CST

A storm spotter reported 3/4 inch hail

along 1-44 southwest of Cuba.

Crawford County

Bourbon 13 1930CST

The County Sheriff reported 3/4 inch

hail in Boubon.

MOZ052-061>065 Lincoln–St. Charles–Franklin–St.

Louis–St. Louis (C)–Jefferson

23 1100CST

30 2100CST

The first heat wave of the season hit

in late June. High temperatures during

the period were in the lower to upper

90’s, with the peak of 98 being reached

at Lambert St. Louis International

Airport on June 29. The heat index

during the period ranged from 100 to

around 105.

Lewis County

Maywood 26 1500CST

Three men were injured when the truck

they were standing by was struck by

lightning. The men were knocked to the

ground and were treated for superficial

burns. The bolt melted the radio

antenna, the radio, left a hole in the

back window, and left bum marks on the

drive’s side mirror.

Franklin County

Washington 27 1410CST

A sudden severe thunderstorm took down

trees, large tree limbs, and power

lines in Washington. At least two homes

had large tree limbs fall on them

causing minor damage. Several power

lines were downed by trees causing at

least 3000 people to lose power. A

lightning strike knocked down a 34,000

volt electric line causing rain water

to boil in the street.

Gasconade County

Drake 27 2000CST

Thunderstorm wind gusts destroyed a

shed at a farm and downed some trees

and power lines along Highway 19 near

Drake. Debris from the shed caused

minor roof damage to the home.

MISSOURI, Lower

Dunklin County

Campbell 30 2154CST

2200CST

Some tree limbs and power lines were

knocked down.

MISSOURI, Northeast

Clark County

Wayland 04 1949CST

1952CST

Trees and power lines down; signs down

as well.

Scotland County

Arbela 04 2012CST

2014CST

0.75 to 0.88 inch hail

A squall line developed from Western

Iowa into Northeast Kansas and raced

eastward across Iowa, Northern

Missouri, and Northern Illinois

producing wind damage during the mid to

late evening hours. Ahead of the squall

line, an upper level disturbance

initiated scattered severe

thunderstorms in a nearly moist

atmosphere. These storms were mainly

prolific hail producers with some

localized downbursts.

Scotland County

Memphis 08 1059CST

1106CST

Large tree limbs down

Clark County

1.3 N Anson 08 1105CST

1107CST

15 inch diameter tree down at the

junction of County Route V and highway

81. A squall line developed across

central Iowa during the overnight hours

and moved east. As the squall line

entered southeast Iowa, it began to bow

out and raced across Jefferson, Henry,

Louisa, and Des Moines Counties causing

extensive damage. The bow echo crossed

before weakening. The squall line did

manage to produce isolated severe

damage in Bureau and Putnam Counties

in Illinois. The far southern edge of

the squall line managed to produce

isolated to scattered severe reports

across Northeast Missouri, Lee County

Iowa, and Hancock and McDonough

counties in Illinois.

MISSOURI, Northwest

Clinton County

Cameron 03 1619CST

Trees and power lines down.

Johnson County

6 W Chilhowee 03 1625CST

Tree limbs and shingles off a porch

roof blown down.

Lafayette County

Corder 03 1720CST

Power lines and tree limbs down.

Lafayette County

Waverly 03 1730CST

Tree limbs and power lines down.

Jackson County

Lees Summit 04 0110CST

Significant wind damage along Douglas

and Lees Summit roads. Trees down,

hangar damage at airport with 9 planes

damaged, and significant damage at

hospital construction site.

Cass County

Belton 04 0150CST

0650CST

Water covering Peculiar Drive from

heavy rains.

Jackson County

Lake Lotawana 04 0253CST

0700CST

Water over road at intersection of

Highway 7 and Colbern road.

Bates County

Passaic 04 0430CST

Cass County

2 N Garden City 04 0535CST 0.5 50

0537CST

Brief tornado touchdown. No damage

reported.

Johnson County

5 SW Holden to 04 0550CST 8 75

3 WSW Centerview 0607CST

F1 tornado touched down 5 miles

southwest of Holden and then moved

northeast across Route 131 before

skipping to and then lifting 3 miles

west southwest of Centerview. The

biggest impact was at the Miller

Training Stables on Route 131. Two

women received minor injuries when

their house was lifted off the

foundation. Six horses were killed and

42 were injured. Three barns, the

residence, and 3 cars were heavily

damaged or destroyed. There were also

several other homes and barns damaged

by the tornado before it lifted.

Holt County

1 N Forest City 04 1608CST

Andrew County

2 NE Fillmore to 04 1632CST 1 50

2 NNE Fillmore 1634CST

Brief tornado touchdown noted by storm

chasers along US 71 near Y Highway.

Holt County

1 W Mound City 04 1726CST

Holt County

5 SW Bigelow 04 1800CST

2230CST

Flooding on road adjacent to lake.

Gentry County

1 N Stanberry to 04 1806CST 1 50

1 NNE Stanberry 1808CST

Brief rain wrapped tornado touchdown

observed by storm chaser.

Harrison County

5 W Hatfield to 04 1810CST 5 100

3 N Hatfield 1815CST

Tornado crossed into Harrison county

5 miles west of Hatfield and remained

over rural ground damaging trees,

before exiting into Iowa 3 miles north

of Hatfield, or 10 miles southeast of

Mt. Ayr in Ringgold county.

Gentry County

6 N Stanberry 04 1813CST

Gentry County

6 N Stanberry 04 1814CST

Holt County

5 SW Bigelow 04 1816CST

Gentry County

4 N Mcfall 04 1840CST 0.5 50

1842CST

Brief tornado touchdown observed by

Mcfall fire department.

Gentry County

Albany 04 1843CST

Gentry County

Darlington 04 1843CST

Andrew County

Amazonia 04 1844CST

Buchanan County

St Joseph 04 1846CST 7.5 50

1853CST

F0 tornado crossed into Missouri near

the Pony Express Bridge. The tornado

produced a skipping path through

northwest and north portions of St.

Joseph. Numerous trees were damaged or

uprooted. A few homes also lost their

porches. Most damage to homes was

caused by falling trees and tree limbs.

The tornado exited into Andrew county

2 miles east of 1-29 along U.S. Highway

169.

Andrew County

4 SW Avenue City to 04 1853CST 3 50

1 SW Avenue City 1855CST

Tornado entered Andrew county 4 miles

southwest of Avenue City and then

dissipated near Highway 169 1 mile

southwest of Avenue City. Minor tree

damage was reported as the tornado

remainded over rural ground.

Buchanan County

St Joseph 04 1855CST

One foot diameter maple trees broken

in two.

Andrew County

Savannah 1900CST

Andrew County 04

Savannah 1930CST

04 0030CST

05

Service roads flooded from 2 inches of

rain.

Daviess County

6 WNW Gallatin 1954CST 0.5 50

04 1955CST

Brief tornado touchdown north of

Viking Lake.

Daviess County

5 NW Altamont 2000CST

Clinton County 04

Trimble 2035CST

Clinton County 04

1 S Cameron 2050CST

Johnson County 04

1 NW Pittsville 2200CST

04

Wind knocked over shed.

Clay County

Mosby 2245CST

04 0245CST

05

West Road in Mosby flooded from heavy

rains.

Jackson County

Lees Summit 0200CST

04

Lightning caused fire damage to a

residence.

Jackson County

Blue Spgs 0253CST

04 0500CST

Water over road at I-70 and Route 7

interchange.

MOZ030

Ray 0400CST

04 0100CST

05

The Crooked River near Richmond crested

at 22.34 feet, or 2.34 feet above

flood stage.

Jackson County

2 N Oak Grove 0400CST

04 0700CST

Highway H closed due to high water.

Jackson County

2 N Buckner 0400CST

04 0700CST

Reber road closed due to flooding.

Jackson County

2 SSW Grain Vly 0400CST

04 0700CST

County road AA closed due to high

water.

Lafayette County

1 S Concordia 0608CST

04 1215CST

Roads closed due to flooding on Highway

23, FF Highway and D Highway.

Saline County

4 NW Marshall 0700CST

04 1100CST

Low lying spots on Highway 65 under

water.

Lafayette County

4 S Napoleon 0921CST

04 1215CST

Highway D closed south of Napolean due

to flooding.

Nodaway County

Arkoe 1658CST

Nodaway County 04

Ravenwood 1725CST

Nodaway County 04

3 E Maryville 1737CST

Gentry County 04

4 NNW Gentry 1748CST 0.5 100

04 1750CST

Tornado touched down near the Worth

county line and entered Worth county

1 mile south of Worth. Minor tree

damage was noted.

Worth County

1 S Worth to 1750CST 15 100

4 NE Allendale 04 1810CST

Tornado crossed into Worth county from

Andrew county 1 mile south of Worth and

then tracked northeast into Harrison

county 4 miles northeast of Allendale.

Intermittent F0 damage to trees and

power lines was observed. However …

F1 damage to two farmsteads were

observed with numerous outbuildings

destroyed. Chickens were killed and a

4″ by 6″ post was driven through a

pickup truck.

Platte County

Platte City 2000CST

04 0200CST

05

Water covering many city streets due to

heavy rains.

Mercer County

Princeton 2004CST

Platte County 04

Platte City 2020CST

Macon County 04

Macon 2237CST

Nodaway County 04

4 E Graham 1725CST

04 2100CST

Up to 5 inches of water flowing over

Route A.

Gentry County

1 W Gentry 1738CST

Mercer County 04

Princeton 2005CST

04

MOZ054 Henry

04 2200CST

05 1500CST

Big Creek near Blairstown crested at

23.16 feet, or 3.16 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ054 Henry

04 2200CST

06 0600CST

The South Grand River near Urich

crested at 26.97 feet, or 2.97 feet

above flood stage.

MOZ038 Lafayette

04 2300CST

07 0600CST

Missouri River at Napolean crested at

19.90 feet, or 2.90 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ038 Lafayette

04 2320CST

07 1500CST

Missouri River in Waverly crested at

22.41 feet, or 2.41 feet above flood

stage.

Jackson County

Kansas City 05 0030CST

0300CST

Water covering roads near Choteau

Trafficway and Gardner

MOZ029 Clay

05 0030CST

0600CST

The Little Platte River near Smithville

crested at 28.16 feet, or 1.16 feet

above flood stage.

MOZ029 Clay

05 Ol00CST

0600CST

The Fishing River near Mosby crested at

20.50 feet, or 2.50 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ020 Buchanan

05 1100CST

2000CST

Platte River near Agency crested at

21.01 feet, or 1.01 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ028 Platte

05 1100CST

06 0300CST

The Platte River Near Platte City

crested at 21.20 feet, or 1.20 feet

above flood stage.

MOZ028 Platte

05 1200CST

06 0200CST

The Platte River near Sharps Station

crested at 27.72 feet, or 1.72 feet

above flood stage.

MOZ031 Carroll

05 1600CST

06 0200CST

Wakenda Creek in Carrollton crested at

20.55 feet, or 0.55 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ039 Saline

05 2200CST

08 0600CST

The Missouri River near Miami crested

at 20.70 feet, or 2.70 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ037 Jackson

06 0400CST

0900CST

Missouri River near Sibley crested at

22.40 feet, or 0.40 feet above flood

stage.

Bates County

14 E Butler 06 1110CST

1400CST

H Highway and Highway 52 closed due to

high water.

Livingston County

2 NE Chillicothe 07 1400CST

Roof off of barn and upstairs house

window blown out.

Henry County

Clinton 07 1425CST

Henry County

2 NW Clinton 07 1429CST

Livingston County

Wheeling 07 1430CST

Livingston County

Wheeling 07 1430CST

Large tree limbs down.

Henry County

Windsor 07 1456CST

Large tree limb fell on car.

Johnson County

6 SSE Knob Noster 07 1505CST

Large tree down.

Pettis County

Hughesville 07 1520CST

Large tree down.

Saline County

Sweet Spgs 07 1526CST

One foot diameter tree down.

Sullivan County

1 NE Mystic 07 1549CST

Macon County

Callao 07 1720CST

2220CST

High water on Highway 36.

Macon County

Macon 07 1720CST

Large trees down.

Livingston County

4 E Dawn 07 2305CST

Gentry County

5 S Stanberry 08 0736CST

Gentry County

1 SW Gentry 08 0748CST

Caldwell County

3 SE Hamilton 08 1033CST

Livingston County

4 E Dawn 08 1105CST

Livingston County

Chillicothe 08 1115CST

1600CST

Water over Route V and on Highway 65.

Macon County

3 SE Axtell 08 1300CST

1800CST

Kellog Avenue washed out.

Chariton County

Salisbury 08 1400CST

1800CST

Street flooding reported thoughout

town.

Howard County

12 ESE Armstrong 08 1403CST

Randolph County

Moberly 08 1410CST

Howard County

Glasgow 08 1440CST

Randolph County

Clark 08 1500CST

1800CST

Water and debris across Highway NN and

Highway 63.

Cooper County

Prairie Home 08 1545CST

Cooper County

Boonville 08 1550CST

Howard County

New Franklin 08 1550CST

Cooper County

Boonville 08 1631CST

Pettis County

6 E Longwood 08 1653CST

Cooper County

3 SW Prairie Home 08 1700CST

2200CST

Water over Highway W 2 miles south of

Highway J.

Clay County

Claycomo 08 1951CST

Jackson County

Independence 08 1952CST

Clay County

1 S Claycomo 08 1954CST

Jackson County

Kansas City 08 1955CST

Jackson County

Kansas City 08 1955CST

Cass County

Raymore 08 2000CST

Large tree down on car.

Jackson County

Kansas City 08 2000CST

Jackson County

Kansas City 08 2000CST

Large tree limbs down.

Jackson County

Raytown 08 2000CST

Cass County

Peculiar 08 2005CST

Jackson County

Lees Summit 08 2005CST

Clay County

Kearney 08 2007CST

Cass County

Belton 08 2010CST

24 inch diameter trees downed.

Jackson County

Lees Summit 08 2012CST

Jackson County

Lees Summit 08 2014CST

Jackson County

Lees Summit 08 2014CST

Jackson County

Independence 08 2015CST

Trees blown down on Noland Road.

Jackson County

Lees Summit 08 2015CST

Clay County

1 SSW Excelsior Spgs 08 2020CST

Jackson County

Grain Vly 08 2023CST

Lafayette County

Bates City 08 2033CST

Schuyler County

Lancaster 08 1025CST

Livingston County

4 NW Chillicothe 08 1030CST

Livingston County

8 NW Chillicothe 08 1059CST

Howard County

5 W New Franklin 08 1542CST

Harrison County

Bethany 08 1946CST

Cass County

Belton 08 1955CST

Small shed destroyed and numerous tree

limbs down due to high winds.

MOZ054 Henry

09 0500CST

10 0800CST

The South Grand River near Urich

crested at 26.80 feet, or 2.80 feet

above flood stage.

MOZ023 Livingston

09 0900CST

2200CST

The Grand River near Sumner crested at

27.51 feet, or 1.51 feet above flood

stage.

Pettis County

Green Ridge 10 1250CST

Pettis County

4 E Lamonte 10 1250CST

Pettis County

Hughesville 10 1300CST

8 inch diameter tree broken off.

Pettis County

4 E La Monte 10 1308CST

Cooper County

Prairie Home 10 1315CST

Gentry County

Albany 10 1430CST

Power poles and lines downed.

Jackson County

Lees Summit 10 1332CST

Lightning sparked a fire which caused

damage to a residence.

Jackson County

Lees Summit 10 1337CST

Lightning sparked a fire which caused

extensive damage to a residence.

Howard County

New Franklin 10 1347CST

Chariton County

3 NW Mendon 10 1500CST

1800CST

Water flooded several county roads.

MOZ023 Livingston

11 1100CST

1300CST

The Grand River near Sumner crested at

26.03 feet, or 0.03 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ037 Jackson

12 0200CST

1700CST

The Missouri River near Sibley crested

at 24.00 feet, or 2.00 feet above flood

stage.

Platte County

4 SE Kansas City Intl 12 1540CST

Platte County

4 N Weatherby Lake 12 1550CST

Platte County

1 S Platte City 12 1555CST

Platte County

Parkville 12 1558CST

Jackson County

Kansas City 12 1635CST

Trees blown down across southbound Ward

Parkway near Penn day school.

Jackson County

Lees Summit 12 1639CST

MOZ038 Lafayette

12 2200CST

14 0600CST

Missouri River in Napolean crested at

20.94 feet, or 3.94 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ038 Lafayette

12 2200CST

15 0600CST

Missouri River in Waverly crested at

23.36 feet, or 3.36 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ039 Saline

12 2200CST

15 0800CST

Missouri River near Miami crested at

22.65 feet, or 4.65 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ054 Henry

13 1000CST

14 0600CST

The South Grand River near Urich

crested at 25.60 feet, or 1.60 feet

above flood stage.

MOZ046 Cooper

13 1800CST

14 1200CST

The Petite Saline Creek near Boonville

crested at 17.65 feet, or 1.65 feet

above flood stage.

MOZ023 Livingston

13 2200CST

14 2200CST

The Grand River near Sumner crested at

27.72 feet, or 1.72 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ032 Chariton

13 2200CST

14 2100CST

The Grand River near Brunswick crested

at 20.30 feet, or 1.30 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ040 Howard

13 2300CST

15 1000CST

Missouri River near Glasgow crested at

26.98 feet, or 1.98 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ046 Cooper

13 2300CST

15 1100CST

Missouri River near Boonville crested

at 23.43 feet, 2.43 feet above flood

stage.

Atchison County

2 NE Watson 28 0145CST

Several tractor trailers blown over on

I-29 between mile markers 120 and 124.

Atchison County

2 N Roekport 28 0202CST

Power lines down on Highway 275.

Platte County

Parkville 30 1430CST

2000CST

Several roads closed due to high water.

Pettis County

Sedalia 30 1455CST

Metal light poles knocked over.

Clay County

Mosby 30 1652CST

1900CST

122nd Street closed due to high water.

Bates County

6 w Butler 30 1740CST

MISSOURI, Southeast

MOZ086-100- Bollinger–Wayne–Carter–Ripley–

107>110 Butler–Stoddard

03 0300CST

0800CST

Widespread dense fog reduced visibility

to one quarter mile or less. The fog

area was along and west of a line from

Marble Hill to Dexter, including Poplar

Bluff.

MOZ076-086>087- Perry–Bollinger–Cape Girardeau–

100-107>112-114 Wayne–Carter–Ripley–Butler–

Stoddard–Scott–Mississippi–New

Madrid

05 0000CST

30 2359CST

Drought conditions progressively

worsened during June. The drought

status of southeast Missouri went from

moderate to severe during June. June

was the fourth consecutive month of

below normal rainfall in southeast

Missouri. Some locations received heavy

rainfall from thunderstorms, but the

storms were rather short-lived and

infrequent. Farmers faced a variety of

significant problems. Hay growth and

production was halted, prompting

concern about a hay shortage. Other

crops, such as corn and soybeans, were

slowed or stunted by the dry weather.

Some yield reductions were anticipated,

depending on July rainfall amounts.

Levels of smaller rivers, such as the

Current and St. Francis, fell far below

normal. Fire danger was high, prompting

the city of Sikeston to request a ban

on outdoor burning.

Ripley County

6 SE Doniphan 06 1348CST

Trees and power lines were blown down.

At least one large oak tree was

uprooted.

Ripley County

Bennett 07 2201CST

MOZ087 Cape Girardeau

08 1825CST

A line of showers and thunderstorms

moved south across Cape Girardeau

County, producing widespread strong

winds between 30 and 40 MPH. The peak

wind gust at the Cape Girardeau Airport

was 41 MPIt. On Highway 74 near Cape

Girardeau, a large tree fell on a small

garage and a brick building, causing

significant damage. The garage was

destroyed.

Mississippi County

East Prairie 08 1946CST

Some tin and metal roofing was blown

from sheds. Large tree limbs were blown

down on county roads.

Cape Girardeau

County

Oak Ridge 13 1332CST

Cape Girardeau

County

3 S Oak Ridge to 13 1332CST

Oak Ridge 1335CST

A fifth wheel camper was blown over and

destroyed. A roof was blown offa house,

and another roof was damaged. Several

large trees over a foot in diameter

were blown down. A large propane tank

that was bolted down was knocked over.

Several fences were damaged.

Cape Girardeau

County

Neelys Lndg 13 1358CST

A thunderstorm cell became severe over

northwestern Cape Girardeau County. The

storm moved slowly east-northeast.

Although the storm was severe for only

a relatively short time, it produced a

significant wind damage event.

Scott County

3 W Scott City 24 1538CST

Hangar doors were blown in at the Cape

Girardeau Airport. Windows were broken

in the terminal building when the wind

blew a portable passenger boarding ramp

through them. The wings of two planes

were damaged.

Carter County

Grandin 30 2020CST

Numerous tree limbs were blown down.

Most of the community was without

power.

Ripley County

Countywide 30 2020CST

2035CST

Widespread damaging winds occurred. In

Doniphan, the roof was blown off a car

wash, and a couple of downtown busi-

nesses sustained roof damage. Bricks

were blown off the facade of another

business. Numerous homes sustained

minor roof damage, such as shingles

blown off Awnings were damaged. Falling

large trees smashed a few cars, and

several large trees fell onto houses.

Across the remainder of the county,

trees fell across roads (both county

and state) and across power lines. The

winds occurred in advance of precipita-

tion associated with the severe

thunderstorms.

Carter County

Ellsinore 30 2032CST

Butler County

Poplar Bluff to 30 2115CST

Qulin 2130CST

Numerous trees and power lines were

down in the southern part of the

county, especially Qulin and Harviell.

Tree limbs fell across roads. Four to

five signal line poles were knocked

down along a section of railroad tracks

near the south edge of Poplar Bluff.

Stoddard County

Powe 30 2145CST

New Madrid County

Portageville 30 2155CST

Construction signs were blown down

along Interstate 55 near Portageville,

and trees and power lines were down in

Portageville. A severe thunderstorm

complex moved east-southeast across the

Arkansas border counties, weakening

somewhat as it approached the Bootheel

counties. Considerable wind damage

occurred with this thunderstorm complex

over the Ozark foothills region,

including Doniphan. Most of the wind

damage occurred south of a line from

Van Buren to Poplar Bluffto New Madrid.

MISSOURI, Southwest

Phelps County

5 E Rolla 02 1945CST

An area of tree damage occurred after

severe thunderstorm wind gusts affected

areas east of Rolla.

Vernon County

Nevada 03 1550CST

1730CST

A section of Highway 54 near the

intersection of Highway 43 became

impassable due to flash flooding.

Morgan County

Stover 03 1823CST

Mcdonald County

South West City 04 2237CST

Mcdonald County

Anderson 04 2300CST

05 2300CST

A couple of trees were downed near

Anderson from thunderstorm wind gusts.

Mcdonald County

Pineville 04 2305CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

numerous trees across much of the

county.

Barry County

Cassville 04 2345CST

Several street signs and trees were

downed from severe thunderstorm wind

gusts.

Vernon County

Nevada 06 0322CST

Dallas County

Buffalo 06 0645CST

Polk County

Bolivar 06 0658CST

Polk County

Morrisville 06 0705CST

Laclede County

Lebanon 06 0742CST

Laclede County

Lebanon 06 0742CST

Taney County

Cedarcreek 06 1245CST

Stone County

Kimberling City 06 1430CST

Taney County

2 NW Ridgedale 06 1521CST

Taney County

3 NW Ridgedale 06 1531CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts blew a

roof off of a dock on Table Rock Lake

near Highway 86.

Benton County

6 W Edwards 06 1945CST

St. Clair County

2 N Lowry City 07 1355CST

A few trees were downed from severe

thunderstorm wind gusts near Lowry

City.

St. Clair County

6 NW Collins 07 1415CST

Damaging winds downed trees across

rural southeast St. Clair County.

Hickory County

Weaubleau 07 1435CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

trees and powerlines.

Polk County

1 N Bolivar 07 1440CST

Polk County

Bolivar 07 1507CST

1800CST

Slow moving thunderstorms trained over

central Polk County, including the city

of Bolivar, causing major flash

flooding in and near the city. Several

roads and highways were closed. Water

flooded a nursing home, along with

several houses. Lawrence County

Aurora 07 1530CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

numerous trees in the city of Aurora.

Christian County

2 E Boaz 07 1540CST

Trees were downed from thunderstorm

wind gusts at a farm house east of

Boaz.

Stone County

2 NE Hurley 07 1559CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

several trees.

Greene County

Republic 07 1600CST

Severe thunderstorms downed a few trees

in the city of Republic.

Howell County

Willow Spgs 07 1710CST

Laclede County

Lebanon 07 1720CST

Laclede County

Lebanon 07 1725CST

Pulaski County

Ft Leonard Wood 07 1745CST

Thunderstorm wind gusts downed a tree.

Greene County

Springfield 08 0808CST

Vernon County

3 W Nevada 09 0001CST

0200CST

Flash flooding inundated a section of

Highway 54 near the Highway 43

junction.

Polk County

Bolivar 09 0001CST

0200CST

Flash flooding caused West Broadway

Street to become impassable.

Douglas County

Goodhope 09 1551CST

Mcdonald County

3 S Powell 09 1607CST

A few trees and power lines were downed

from severe thunderstorm wind gusts.

Pulaski County

Richland 09 1637CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts uprooted

a tree into power lines.

Pulaski County

Richland 09 1645CST

Cedar County

Stockton 09 1700CST

Ozark County

Dora 09 1705CST

Ozark County

5 N Bakersfield 09 1715CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

couple of power lines and a few trees

in a rural area north of Bakersfield.

Pulaski County

Richland 09 1720CST

2000CST

Heavy thunderstorms caused flash

flooding in the community of Richland.

Several homes and businesses were

flooded.

Camden County

5 N Stoutland 09 1730CST

2000CST

Heavy thunderstorms caused flash

flooding over a section of Highway A.

Dade County

1 W Greenfield 09 1753CST

Cedar County

Bearcreek 09 1800CST

Maries County

2 NW Vichy 09 1810CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

couple of power lines near the junction

of Highways 63 and 68.

Phelps County

Newburg 09 1815CST

Power lines were downed from severe

thunderstorm wind gusts near the

community of Newburg.

Polk County

Flemington 09 1821CST

Dent County

5 N Salem 09 1830CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few power poles north of Salem.

Cedar County

Arnica 09 1830CST

Cedar County

8 E Stockton 09 1836CST

Maries County

Brinktown 09 1838CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

several trees in the community of

Brinktown.

Hickory County

Cross Timbers 09 1902CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few power poles near the community of

Cross Timbers.

Benton County

5 NW Warsaw 09 1914CST

Pulaski County

Waynesville 09 2120CST

2300CST

Heavy thunderstorms caused the

Roubidoux Creek to flood low lying

areas of Waynesville.

Pulaski County

Dixon 09 2145CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few power poles.

Hickory County

Weaubleau 10 1244CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

large tree into a power line. Power was

out in the community of Weaubleau.

Cedar County

2 S Bearcreek 10 1249CST

St. Clair County

Collins 10 1300CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

numerous trees and power lines.

Hickory County

Cross Timbers 10 1300CST

Thunderstorm wind gusts downed a couple

of trees in Cross Timbers.

Polk County

Fair Play 10 1300CST

Large tree limbs were downed by

thunderstorm wind gusts.

Cedar County

2 SE Bearcreek 10 1300CST

Camden County

Camdenton 10 1305CST

Lawrence County

5 N Stotts City 10 1315CST

Power lines and large tree limbs were

downed from severe thunderstorm wind

gusts.

Cedar County

6 SE Stockton 10 1402CST

Cedar County

2 NE Arnica 10 1420CST

1600CST

Heavy thunderstorms caused flash

flooding over a section of Country Road

2191 just north of Highway AA.

Dallas County

Buffalo 10 1445CST

Trees were downed in Buffalo from

thunderstorm wind gusts.

Laclede County

Lebanon 10 1512CST

Greene County

Fair Grove 10 1539CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few trees near Fair Grove.

Pulaski County

Dixon 10 1617CST

1900CST

Heavy thunderstorms caused flash

flooding in a few buildings in downtown

Dixon.

Wright County

Hartville 10 1800CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few trees countywide.

Maries County

4 SE Brinktown 10 1806CST

2000CST

Thunderstorms caused flash flooding in

a couple spots across Maries County.

Sections of County Roads 623 and 621

were inundated.

Ozark County

Gainesville 10 1900CST

2100CST

Several low water crossings flooded

across the eastern part of the county

from heavy thunderstorms.

Jasper County

Carthage 11 0930CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few trees near Carthage.

Greene County

5 S Ash Grove 11 1020CST

Trees were downed into power lines.

Wright County

Hartville 11 1230CST

A couple of trees were downed near

Harrville from thunderstorm wind gusts.

Jasper County

Webb City 12 1908CST

Mcdonald County

South West City 12 2043CST

Jasper County

Duenweg 12 2254CST

Newton County

4 SE Neosho 12 2330CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

trees into some power lines.

Newton County

Neosho 12 2339CST

13 0200CST

Heavy thunderstorms caused flash

flooding over a section of Highway D.

Barry County

Butterfield 12 2340CST

Greene County

Springfield 13 0019CST

0039CST

Thunderstorms produced 80 mph winds

across south Springfield. A few homes

experienced minor structural damage

with several large trees downed.

Lawrence County

Aurora 13 0024CST

Thunderstorm wind gusts downed a couple

of power poles near Aurora.

Greene County

Battlefield 13 0024CST

Squall line thunderstorms produced 70

knot straight line winds over Battle-

field. An off duty National Weather

Service Meteorologist measured this

gust from his anemometer. Several homes

across the area received minor

structural damage.

Christian County

Sparta 13 0041CST

Webster County

Marshfield 13 0105CST

Douglas County

Ava 13 0105CST

Laclede County

Lebanon 13 0130CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

numerous trees in the Lebanon area.

Wright County

Dawson 13 0135CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

tree blocking Route 95.

Texas County

Bendavis 13 0145CST

Howell County

Willow Spgs 13 0200CST

Greene County

Republic 13 0613CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few trees in the city of Republic.

Camden County

5 N Roach 13 1350CST

Camden County

Decaturville 13 1418CST

Miller County

Iberia 13 1503CST

Pulaski County

Richland 13 1543CST

Maries County

1 N (Vih)Rolla/Vichy 13 1547CST

Maries County

2 S Belle 13 1617CST

Several trees were downed from severe

thunderstorm wind gusts.

Newton County

3 S Diamond 13 1710CST 0.2 25

A storm chaser recorded video of a

small tornado that briefly touched down

in an open field. No damage occurred

from the tornado.

Newton County

Neosho 13 1730CST

Emergency management officials observed

a brief funnel cloud near the community

of Neosho.

Lawrence County

Verona 13 1748CST

Funnel cloud was briefly observed by

the Verona Volunteer Fire Department.

Lawrence County

2 E Mt Vernon 13 1803CST

Lawrence County

Mt Vernon 13 1813CST

Greene County

Republic 13 1817CST

Lawrence County

Chesapeake 13 1818CST

Greene County

Republic 13 1819CST

Greene County

Republic 13 1819CST

Mcdonald County

South West City 13 1822CST

Greene County

Springfield 13 1826CST

Greene County

Springfield 13 1829CST

Greene County

Springfield 13 1835CST

Mcdonald County

Powell 13 1854CST

Thunderstorm wind gusts downed a few

trees in the Powell area.

Phelps County

St James 13 1855CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts down

several large trees in the community of

St. James.

Phelps County

St James 13 1855CST

Several large trees were downed from

severe thunderstorm wind gusts.

Christian County

Ozark 13 1858CST

Thunderstorm wind gusts downed a tree

on Elm Streeet.

Webster County

Rogersville to 13 1900CST

Fordland 1920CST

Severe thunderstorm straight line winds

caused structural and tree damage to

areas of southern Webster County along

Highway 60. The Rogersville area

sustained the heaviest damage with

houses and businesses receiving minor

damage. Several business signs were

damaged or destroyed.

Barry County

Seligman 13 1930CST

A house in Seligman sustained damage

after severe thunderstorm winds downed

a tree into it.

Mcdonald County

Powell 13 1930CST

Wright County

Cedar Gap 13 1941CST

Wright County

Mansfield to 13 1950CST

Mountain Grove 2015CST

Several trees were downed along the

Highway 60 corridor in southern Wright

County.

Barry County

Washburn 13 2015CST

Microburst winds destroyed a barn.

Stone County

Blue Eye 13 2015CST

Microburst winds downed power lines

along with a few large trees.

Taney County

Taneyville 13 2015CST

Trees were downed from severe

thunderstorm wind gusts through much of

central Taney County.

Wright County

Mansfield 13 2020CST

Large trees were blown over onto

Highway 5 as severe thunderstorms moved

through the area.

Douglas County

5 N Coldspring 13 2030CST

Severe straight line winds destroyed a

barn located in rural northern Douglas

County.

Texas County

Bucyrus 13 2055CST

Wright County

Norwood 13 2100CST

Ozark County

Gainesville 13 2115CST

2145CST

A swath of severe thunderstorm wind

gusts downed numerous trees throughout

much of the county.

Texas County

Cabool 13 2120CST

Howell County

2 N Pomona 13 2130CST

Dent County

Montauk 13 2145CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few trees in and around the Montauk

area.

Shannon County

Eminence 13 2215CST

2230CST

Northern and central section of the

county sustained tree damage from

severe thunderstorm wind gusts.

Stone County

Lampe 13 2220CST

Several large trees near Lampe

sustained damage from severe

thunderstorm wind gusts.

Taney County

3 W Forsyth 13 2230CST

Cedar County

2 E Caplinger Mills 14 1300CST

Power lines were downed by severe

thunderstorm wind gusts.

Vernon County

Dederick 14 1320CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few power lines near Dederick.

Texas County

Houston 26 1320CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

several trees. A few trees fell on

power lines which created power outages

in the community of Houston.

Wright County

Mountain Grove 27 1415CST

1420CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

several trees and power poles in and

near the community of Mountain Grove.

The intersection of Highways 95 and ZZ

south of Mountain Grove was also

heavily impacted by this storm with

downed trees and power poles.

Douglas County

Vanzant 27 1450CST

A couple of trees were downed into some

power lines near Vanzant as a result of

a passing thunderstorm.

Taney County

Bradleyville 27 1535CST

Trees were downed from thunderstorm

wind gusts near the intersection of

Highways 125 and 76.

Douglas County

Goodhope 27 1600CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

several trees in the community of

Goodhope.

Polk County

Half Way 30 1610CST

1616CST

St. Clair County

Collins 30 1620CST

Dallas County

4 S Buffalo 30 1620CST

Golf ball size hail damaged a Sheriffs

Deputy’s patrol car.

Polk County

Pleasant Hope 30 1623CST

Hickory County

1 W Weaubleau 30 1625CST

Greene County

3 E Springfield 30 1642CST

Penny size hail was observed by a

trained spotter at the intersection of

Division St. and Highway 65.

Greene County

Springfield 30 1646CST

Webster County

Northview 30 1708CST

Greene County

3 E Springfield 30 1710CST

Wright County

Grovespring 30 1715CST

Webster County

Niangua 30 1730CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few trees in the community of Niangua.

Christian County

Sparta 30 1745CST

Thunderstorm wind gusts downed a tree

across Highway 14 in Sparta.

Douglas County

Mt Zion 30 1758CST

Wright County

Mansfield 30 1808CST

Howell County

White Church 30 1820CST

St. Clair County

Taberville 30 1823CST

Douglas County

Ann 30 1845CST

Howell County

Willow Spgs 30 1848CST

Texas County

1 W Simmons 30 1855CST

St. Clair County

Osceola 30 1856CST

Oregon County

Alton 30 1901CST

Several trees were downed from east of

Alton northward to along the Shannon

and Oregon county line from severe

thunderstorm wind gusts.

Shannon County

2 E Eminence 30 1918CST

Howell County

West Plains 30 1920CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few trees in and east of West Plains.

Oregon County

Alton 30 1955CST

2010CST

A line of severe thunderstorms downed

inumerous trees across the county.

Jasper County

6 W Joplin to 30 2110CST

4 SW Joplin 2140CST

This storm is a continuation of the

Cherokee County supercell that spawned

two brief tornadoes. Jasper County was

mainly impacted by golf ball size hail

from this storm. The storm entered the

extreme southwest portion of the county

prior to moving into northwest Newton

County. A three mile swath of hail was

observed by several amateur radio

operators.

Newton County

17 NW Neosho to 30 2113CST

Diamond 2215CST

Newton County

4 NW Redings Mill to 30 2113CST 2 25

2 NW Redings Mill 2119CST

Newton County

9 N Racine to 30 2125CST 2 25

12 NW Neosho 2135CST

This is a continuation of the Jasper

and Cherokee County supercell. This

storm entered Newton County near Iron

Gates and tracked across northern

sections of the county. Two weak

tornadoes were observed across open

farm land. A National Weather Service

storm survey revealed that minor tree

damage occurred. Along with the

tornadoes, a swath of golf ball size

hail was observed.

Jasper County

Webb City 30 2230CST

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

numerous trees city wide. A boat and a

car were significantly damaged from

falling trees.

Barry County

(Umn)Monett 30 2300CST

MONTANA Central

MTZ012>013 Cascade–Chouteau

03 0700MST

05 1100MST

Heavy rains fell over portions of

Cascade and Chouteau counties the

weekend of June 3rd through the 5th.

Some areas received an estimated 6 to

12 inches of rain. Seven bridges were

washed out in the Highwood area of

Chouteau County which resulted in many

people being stranded and over 30

property owners warned about the rising

waters. Additionally, several campers

were stranded at camp sites that became

flooded. In Cascade County, over 200

feet of Willow Creek Road was washed

out. Power poles were knocked down in

both counties resulting in 9-1-1

emergency communications being out in

Chouteau County.

Blaine County

Hays 05 1310MST

Blaine County

Hays 05 1320MST

A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch

diameter hail at Hays.

Lewis And Clark

County

5 SW Augusta 05 1428MST

A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch

diameter hail at Augusta 5SW.

Lewis And Clark

County

1 SW Augusta 05 1440MST

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch

diameter hail at Augusta 1SW.

Lewis And Clark

County

3 E Augusta 05 1530MST

Teton County

12 W Fairfield 05 1623MST

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1.75 inch

diameter hail at Augusta 3E, 1 inch

diameter hail at Fairfield 12W and .75

inch diameter hail at Augusta.

Teton County

10 w Fairfield 05 1635MST

A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch

hail at Fairfield 10W.

Teton County

6 SW Choteau 05 1800MST

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch

diameter hail at Choteau 6SW.

Teton County

7 SE Dutton 05 1900MST

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1.75 inch

diameter hail at Dutton 7SE.

Beaverhead County

Wise River 16 1515MST

A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch

diameter hail at Wise River.

Lewis And Clark

County

3 S Canyon Ferry 16 1735MST

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch

diameter hail at Canyon Ferry Dam 3S.

Jefferson County

5 W Jefferson City 16 1750MST

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch

diamter hail at Jefferson City 5W.

Cascade County

9 S Great Falls 16 1830MST

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 65 mph at Great Falls 9S.

MTZ015 Madison

16 2144MST

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 63 mph at Norris 6N.

Chouteau County

17 E Ft Benton 17 1450MST

A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch

diameter hail at Ft. Benton 17E.

Toole County

19 NNE Dunkirk 17 1502MST

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch

diameter hail at Dunkirk 19NNE.

Liberty County

Lothair 17 1530MST

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 86 mph at Lothair.

Fergus County

12 N Winifred 17 1615MST

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1.75 inch

diameter hail at Winifred 12N. This

storm also produced a tornado several

minutes later.

Liberty County

27 NNE Joplin 17 1615MST

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 70 mph at Joplin 27NNE.

Fergus County

12 N Winifred 17 1620MST 0.1 5

A tornado was spotted by campers along

the Missouri River between Winifred and

Highway 191. Minimal damage was

reported to fences in the area.

Blaine County

15 N Chinook 17 1722MST

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 60 mph at Chinook 15N.

Blaine County

12 SW Turner 20 1858MST

A severe thunderstorm dropped .88 inch

diameter hail at Turner 12SW.

Blaine County

12 SW Turner 20 1910MST 0.1 5

A tornado toched down briefly at Turner

12SW. No damage was reported. The storm

also produced .75 inch diameter hail.

Cascade County

13 S Uim 22 1535MST

A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch

diameter hail at Ulm 13S.

Cascade County

Cascade 22 1621MST

A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch

diameter hail at Cascade.

Chouteau County

10 SW Ft Benton 22 1650MST

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 60 mph at Ft. Benton 10SW.

Hill County

Kremlin 22 1800MST

Hill County

6 W Havre 22 1805MST

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 78 mph at Kremlin and a gust to

60 mph at Havre 6W.

Blaine County

35 S Chinook 22 1833MST

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 60 mph at Chinook 35S.

Madison County

31 SSW Cameron 23 1600MST

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 61 mph at Cameron 31SSW (Red

Rock RAWS site).

Fergus County

15 WSW Lewistown 24 2239MST

A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch

diameter hail at Lewistown 15WSW.

Fergus County

1 W Roy 24 2250MST

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch

diameter hail at Roy 1W.

Fergus County

4 SW Grassrange 25 1305MST 1 8

A tornado was reported on the ground

for about 10 minutes at Grassrange 4SW.

The tornado damged some trees and

picked up debris from the ground but

overall damage was minimal. The tornado

was photographed in detail by an

observer. Hail up to 1 inch in diameter

was also reported with this storm.

Meagher County

4 WSW Lennep 25 1420MST

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1.75 inch

diameter hail at Lennep 4WSW.

Cascade County

18 SSE Monarch 25 1540MST

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1.75 inch

diameter hail at King’s Hill (Monarch

18SSE or Utica 20 WSW).

Lewis And Clark

County

8 W Helena 27 1420MST

Lewis And Clark

County

Helena 27 1425MST

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1.75 inch

diameter hail at Helena and 1.5 inch

diameter hail at Helena 8W. Hail from

this storm was reported to be 4 inches

deep along a half-mile stretch of

Highway 12 and was responsible for

causing several cars to slide off the

road.

Chouteau County

Geraldine 27 1710MST

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 60 mph at Gearaldine.

Blaine County

35 S Chinook 27 1730MST

A slow moving thunderstorm dropped 1.5

inches of rain at Chinook 35S. The

heavy rain prompted a flash flood

warning but no reports of damage were

received.

Fergus County

3 E Lewistown 28 1355MST 0.3 5

A tornado was reported by the public at

Lewistown 3E. The torndao was on the

ground only briefly with no damage or

injuries reported.

Pondera County

3 W Brady 28 1630MST

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch

diameter hail at Brady 3W.

MONTANA East

Petroleum County

30 NNE Winnett 05 1705MST

1730MST

Prairie County

12 WNW Mc Cloud 06 1545MST

Mccone County

15 NW Circle 06 1600MST

1900MST

6-8 inches of rain fell over Dinnwitte

Creek and into Horse Creek from 5 pm

through 7 pm. The creek went from dry

to 150 feet wide. A family and grain

track driver had to be evacuated.

Prairie County

Terry 06 1600MST

1630MST

Multiple reports of crop damage and

structures damaged from hail.

Prairie County

7 W Terry 06 1600MST

Prairie County

Terry 06 1600MST

1630MST

Damaging thunderstorm winds blew over a

pivot sprinkler. The strong wind

destoyed one machine shed. There were

multiple reports of structural damage

to occupied and unoccupied structures.

A couple of cars were damaged from

fallen tree limbs.

Prairie County

4 ESE Terry 06 1605MST

A small grain bin was tossed into a

grain field and destroyed.

Garfield County

3 NW Haxby 06 1629MST

Mccone County

4 WSW Brockway 06 1629MST

Prairie County

32 NW Terry 06 1630MST

Prairie County

8 NW Terry 06 1700MST

1900MST

Water flowed over Highway 253 northwest

of Terry, and caused damage to the

highway.

Valley County

Ft Peck to 06 1710MST

2 EFt Peck

Valley County

2 S Nashua 06 1710MST

Valley County

13 E Nashua 06 1725MST

Sheet metal torn off of a barn

Dawson County

23 WSW Glendive 06 1820MST

Two homes on County Road 256 had wind

damage to their roofs, siding, and

gutters.

Wibaux County

24 S Wibaux 06 1820MST

1840MST

Mccone County

South Portion 06 1822MST

2100MST

Water was running over Horse Creek Road

northwest of Circle. There was conside-

rable damage to roads, bridges, and

culverts in the southern portion of the

county. Three bridges were out due to

the heavy rainfall, and one 6 foot

culvert collapsed along Duck Creek Road

near Watkins. One home was evacuated,

and three homes had severe flood damage

along County Road 252, and continued to

have problems during the month of June

with each additional rainfall.

Prairie County

8 W Mc Cloud 06 1835MST

Prairie County

8 W Mc Cloud 06 1835MST

Wibaux County

Carlyle 06 1838MST

Dawson County

Dawson Arpt Glendive 06 1847MST

Dawson County

2 W Bloomfield 06 1850MST

Dawson County

8 N Lindsay 06 1900MST

Dawson County

8 N Lindsay 06 1900MST

Eight grain bins were destroyed by the

strong wind. There was wind damage with

lots offences blown down. An old and

vacant county school was destroyed. A

calf shelter was picked up and moved by

the strong wind. A four wheel drive

tractor was moved about 100 feet. A

round bale was blown into a vehicle

causing body damage and the windshield

to be broken.

Mccone County

2 E Circle 06 1906MST

Mccone County

8 N Circle 06 1918MST

Valley County

Hinsdale to 06 1930MST

1 N Hinsdale 2130MST

US Highway 2 was underwater in the

vicinity of Hinsdale for a short time.

Highway 537 about 1/4 mile north of

Hinsdale was covered with about 3

inches of water. One home suffered a

flooded basement in Hinsdale.

Valley County

Ft Peck 06 2030MST

2300MST

New Deal Road was under water for

approximately 100 yards. Fort Peck had

over 4 inches of rain.

Sheridan County

Westby 06 2100MST

The strong wind destroyed a barn in the

town of Westby.

Valley County

South Portion 07 0130MST

1300MST

Flooding was reported along Willow

Creek Road approximately 14 miles south

of Glasgow. The flooding led to a wash

out on Willow Creek Road that was 15

feet deep and 12 feet wide.

Valley County

South Portion 07 0130MST

1300MST

Flooding was reported along Antelope

Creek approximately 9.5 miles west-

nothwest of Glasgow. Antelope Creek

went from being dry to running out of

its banks, and flooded Billingsly Road

and caused severe damage to a ranch.

Water flowing across Billingsly road

was as up to 5 feet deep in spots. A

basement was flooded and three vehicles

were damaged. All fences around the

property were wiped out, and one sheep

was drown. Water flooded the ranch up

to 6 feet deep, and did not recede for

8 hours.

Roosevelt County

23 NW Poplar 13 1515MST

1645MST

Heavy rain in Roosevelt County caused

Chelsea and Box Elder Creeks to rise

significantly and flood in spots. Very

heavy rain of 4.3 inches was reported

over a small area 23 miles northwest of

Poplar. Highway 13 and some other local

roads were flooded in spots.

Phillips County

14 SW Malta 16 1245MST

Phillips County

6 S Malta 16 1250MST

Phillips County

7 S Malta 16 1310MST

Phillips County

7 SSE Malta 16 1330MST

The hail was accompanied by 2.7 inches

of rain in 45 minutes.

Petroleum County

17 N Winnett 16 2009MST

Dry Blood Creek Raws

Garfield County

30 E Jordan 16 2345MST

Roosevelt County

Poplar 17 0230MST

Phillips County

12 SW Malta to 16 1400MST

12 SE Malta 1700MST

Alkali Creek came out of its banks on

some gravel roads in the area with many

fields flooded along Highway 191. The

area of flash flooding was from 12

miles southwest of Malta to 12 miles

southeast of Malta. Rainfall of 2.7

inches fell in just 45 minutes at one

location. A lots of debris swept into

the fencing.

Petroleum County

8 N Winnett to 16 2100MST

30 NE Winnett 17 0200MST

The heaviest rainfall was from about 8

miles north of Winnett to 30 miles

northeast of Winnett in an area about

15 miles wide. Valentine Road from 5 to

10 miles north of Winnett was washed

out. There was a report of 1.18 inches

of rain 18 miles north of Winnett with

a culvert washed out.

MTZ017 Central And Southern Valley

17 0130MST

Sheridan County

Reserve 17 0800MST

Lightning caused a fire at the Reserve

oil station along Highway 13. The oil

station was struck by lightning, and a

cow directly across the highway was

also struck and instantly killed. The

lightning ignited the vent pipes at the

top of two 400 barrel oil tanks.

Phillips County

Zortman 17 1710MST

Phillips County

8 S Malta 17 1840MST

Phillips County

20 N Saco 17 1900MST

Phillips County

20 N Saco 17 1900MST

Valley County

7 NW Hinsdale 17 1910MST

1917MST

Valley County

25 N Hinsdale 17 1915MST

Valley County

4 N Hinsdale 17 1925MST

Valley County

33 SW Glasgow 17 2017MST

Valley County

Baylor 17 2030MST

Valley County

5 S Opheim 17 2030MST

Garfield County

18 N Jordan 17 2032MST

Valley County

4 WNW Ft Peck 17 2105MST

Valley County

Ft Peck 17 2107MST

Valley County

9 SSW Lustre 17 2133NIST

Roofs were blown off buildings and a

hanger collapsed. An airplane that was

in the hanger suffered damage. Several

wind breaks were also destroyed. A

power line was blown down, and pieces

of roofing were in the power lines that

were still standing.

Roosevelt County

Wolf Pt 17 2150MST

Valley County

30 SW Glasgow 17 2200MST

Daniels County

Flaxville 17 2225MST

Trees were downed in Flaxville by

strong wind that accompanied a

thunderstorm.

Daniels County

.2 S Scobey 17 2230MST

The strong wind tore off an awning, and

tore off a 20 by 12 foot deck from a

house and was broken apart. A grain bin

was destroyed and wound up in a field a

few hundred yards from the house.

Garfield County

16 S Jordan 19 2245MST

Garfield County

25 SSE Jordan 19 2305MST

Petroleum County

8 ESE Winnett 20 010IMST

Garfield County

33 SW Jordan 20 0220MST

Dawson County

24 WSW Glendive 20 0230MST

Wibaux County

24 S Wibaux 20 0230MST

Phillips County

8 N Dodson 20 1925MST

Large hail caused damage to a vehicle

Phillips County

12 NE Dodson 20 1950MST

Phillips County

7 N Wagner 20 2025MST

Phillips County

7 N Wagner 20 2025MST

Phillips County

5 NE Malta 20 2036MST

The large hail caused roof, siding,

window, and gutter damage to eight

houses.

Valley County

28 W Glasgow 20 2125MST

Valley County

Duck Creek 20 2300MST

Valley County

Duck Creek 20 2305MST

The hail caused extensive damage to

roofs, siding, windows, gutters, and

screens in Duck Creek.

Valley County

Ft Peck 20 2315MST

The hail caused extensive damage to

roofs, siding, windows, gutters, and

screens in the town of Fort Peck. Many

vehicles also had hail damage.

Valley County

Ft Peck 20 2315MST

Valley County

Ft Peck 20 2315MST

Valley County

Ft Peck 20 2315MST

Valley County

Park Grove 20 2315MST

Valley County

Park Grove 20 2315MST

Valley County

Ft Peck 20 2320MST

21 0130MST

Water gushing down the streets in town.

Approximately 1 to 2 inches of rain

fell.

Valley County

4 NNW Ft Peck 20 2330MST

Valley County

7 S Glasgow 20 2345MST

21 0045MST

Water running over Highway 24 about 7

miles south of Glasgow.

Mccone County

17 WSW Vida 21 0000MST

Valley County

1 E Nashua 21 0030MST

0400MST

Fields were flooded along both sides of

US Highway 2.

Roosevelt County

Culbertson 21 0040MST

Several trees were damaged or blown

down in the town of Culbertson by wind

gusts by wind gusts estimated at 80 mph

Richland County

16 NW Lambert 21 0050MST

4 to 6 inch branches broken off of

trees.

Richland County

20 NW Sidney 21 0050MST

Roosevelt County

Bainville 21 0100MST

Roosevelt County

Stateline 21 0105MST

Richland County

2 NW Sidney 21 0115MST

Valley County

12 W Opheim 21 0300MST

Valley County

11 SE Glentana 21 0400MST

Valley County

5 N Opheim 21 0500MST

Valley County

4 S Tampico to 21 0300MST

4 NW Glasgow 22 1700MST

Runoff from thunderstorms that produced

about an inch of rain produced flash

flooding of the Antelope Creek west of

Glasgow from Tampico Road to

Billingsley Road. The ground was

already saturated in the area due to

flooding the previous week.

Garfield County

4 SSW Mosby 21 1903MST

Garfield County

10 SE Edwards 21 1928MST

Phillips County

Malta 22 1950MST

Wind gusts of up to 87 mph downed

several trees in Malta and caused some

damage to fences and to a horse

trailer. A tree branch fell against one

house tearing the power leads loose and

cutting electricty to a couple of

homes.

Phillips County

5 N Malta 22 1950MST

A mobile home was tossed upside down

and onto a barbed wire fence.

Phillips County

Malta 22 1955MST

Phillips County

Saco 22 2012MST

Pea sized hail accompanied the

thunderstorm along with approximately 1

inch of rain.

Valley County

10 NW Hinsdale 22 2030MST

2038MST

Pea sized hail accompanied the

thunderstorm. There was some crop

damage in the area.

Valley County

11 NW Hinsdale 22 2035MST

Valley County

11 NW Hinsdale 22 2035MST

Valley County

4 NW Hinsdale 22 2038MST

Valley County

10 NW Hinsdale 22 2038MST

The penny sized hail combined with wind

gusts of 60 mph produced significant

damage to the winter wheat crop.

Valley County

4 NW Hinsdale 22 2041MST

Four 10 inch diameter trees and

numerous 6 to 8 inch diameter branches

were knocked down by the strong

thunderstorm wind, which was estimated

to be at least 60 mph sustained, with

higher gusts.

Phillips County

4 NE Saco 22 2044MST

Valley County

Bluff Creek 22 2100MST

Raws site

Richland County

12 NNW Enid 23 0134MST

6 to 8 inch tree limbs down. Appears

that the strong wind was in association

with channel outflow from distant

thunderstorms.

Phillips County

10 SW Malta 25 1300MST

Dust reported coming up at mile marker

147 along Highway 191.

Phillips County

25 S Malta 25 1310MST

Petroleum County

23 NW Winnett 25 1315MST

Phillips County

10 SW Wagner 25 1340MST

Phillips County

7 W Malta 25 1345MST

Phillips County

7 W Malta 25 1345MST

Phillips County

Malta 25 1355MST

Pea sized hail along with 40 mph winds.

Phillips County

4 SSE Content 25 1400MST

Phillips County

10 E Malta 25 1407MST

Significant car damage with the back

window of a vehicle smashed out.

Phillips County

9 WNW Saco 25 1415MST

Mccone County

5 SSE Ft Peck Lake H 25 1418MST

4 SSE Ft Peck Lake

Handar

Phillips County

8 NNE Bowdoin 25 1425MST

Phillips County

Saco 25 1445MST

Phillips County

3 NNE Saco 25 1455MST

Valley County

13 N Saint Marie 25 1522MST

Valley County

14 N Saint Marie 25 1533MST

Valley County

Baylor 25 1545MST

The hail was accompanied by 40 to 50

mph winds.

Valley County

8 SW Lustre 25 1545MST

Valley County

16 N Saint Marie 25 1545MST

1645MST

Flooding reported on Gilbert Lane east

of Highway 24

Valley County

7 SSW Lustre 25 1555MST

Valley County

3 N Baylor 25 1600MST

Valley County

8 NNE Lustre 25 1620MST

Daniels County

Scobey 25 1635MST

Roosevelt County

17 N Wolf Pt 25 1645MST

Daniels County

6 S Flaxville 25 1705MST

Garfield County

25 SW Jordan 25 1725MST

Garfield County

25 SW Jordan 25 1725MST

Sheridan County

5 E Redstone 25 1730MST

Sheridan County

10 NE Reserve 25 1805MST

Roosevelt County

17 N Brockton 25 1809MST

Garrield County

27 NE Jordan 25 1815MST

Sheridan County

15 SE Plentywood 25 1815MST

Valley County

Saint Marie 25 1844MST

Valley County

2 N Ft Peck 25 1851MST

Sheridan County

3 E Homestead 25 1905MST

Sheridan County

Homestead 25 1908MST

Mccone County

Cow Creek 25 1920MST

Roosevelt County

2 W Wolf Pt 25 1920MST

Mccone County

14 NNE Vida 25 1930MST

Roosevelt County

28 NNE Poplar 25 1930MST

Roosevelt County

Poplar 25 1940MST

An abandon house trailer was blown

across US Highway 2.

Daniels County

4 E Whitetail 25 1950MST

Sheridan County

3 N Medicine Lake 25 1955MST

Roosevelt County

Wolf Pt 25 1956MST

Dawson County

Bloomfield 25 2008MST

Roosevelt County

Froid 25 2015MST

A barn roof collapsed and several trees

were down.

Sheridan County

Dagmar 25 2030MST

A 22 foot pine tree was uprooted by the

strong thunderstorm winds.

Sheridan County

Medicine Lake (Raws) 25 2030MST

Sheridan County

13 SSE Redstone 25 2030MST

Sheridan County

13 E Medicine Lake 25 2033MST

Sheridan County

4 N Medicine Lake 25 2035MST

Richland County

5 N Sidney 25 2037MST

Sheridan County

19 SE Reserve 25 2040MST

The hail was accompanied by 50 mph wind

gusts.

Richland County

Savage 25 2115MST

Richland County

Savage 25 2115MST

Petroleum County

22 NW Winnett 27 1846MST

2000MST

A nearly stationary thunderstorm across

western Petroleum county produced 3.91

inches of rain in a little over an

hour. The heavy rain was accompanied by

4 to 6 inches of pea sized hail. The

combination of the rain and hail led to

drifts that were nearly a foot deep.

The Little Bear creek came out of it’s

banks in spots and led to basement

flooding in one home.

Petroleum County

Winnett 28 1250MST

Petroleum County

12 N Winnett 28 1551MST

Petroleum County

Winnett 28 1610MST

Garfield County

24 W Brusett 28 1655MST

Phillips County

Whitewater 28 1655MST

Garfield County

20 W Brusett 28 1700MST

Garfield County

13 WNW Brusett 28 1710MST

Phillips County

1 E Whitewater 28 1725MST

Phillips County

6 S Malta 28 1730MST

Garfeld County

10 SE Edwards 28 1742MST

Garfield County

Jordan Arpt 28 1823MST

Measured at the Jordan ASOS.

Garfield County

Jordan 28 1830MST

A trailer at the old Montana State

Department of Transportation

maintenance shop in Jordan was blown

over on its side.

Garfield County

10 W Jordan 28 1845MST

2000MST

Water flowing over County Road 245.

Garfield County

4 NNE Van Norman 28 1855MST

50 to 60 foot cottonwood trees downed.

Prairie County

12 SW Terry 28 1915MST

Mccone County

15 W Circle 28 1930MST

Prairie County

5 W Terry 28 1945MST

Wibaux County

10 SW St Phillip 28 2037MST

Garfield County

17 NE Jordan to 28 2045MST

25 E Jordan 2200MST

Areas from approximately 17 miles

northeast of Jordan to 25 miles east of

Jordan experienced heavy rainfall. The

rain washed across numerous county

gravel roads. At least two culverts

were washed out. The runoff from

tributaries of the Big Dry Creek

brought the creek up significantly, but

it remained within its banks.

Prairie County

23 E Fallon 28 2047MST

Wibaux County

4 W Carlyle 28 2048MST

Wibaux County

18 S Wibaux 28 2053MST

Wind gusts estimated in the 60 to 70

mph range.

Valley County

6 NE Opheim 28 2100MST

2300MST

Roanwood Creek and the confluence of

the west fork of the Poplar River had

water running out of its banks and over

Mason Road.

Wibaux County

20 N Wibaux 28 2108MST

2300MST

An area that is normally dry was under

2 to 3 feet of water across an area of

approximately 75 to 100 feet.

Wibaux County

5 E Wibaux 28 2111MST

Phillips County

9 S Saco to 28 2130MST

6 WSW Saco 29 0000MST

Very heavy rain fell in the Larb Creek

basin, and a trained weather spotter

report of 2.3 inches of rain in a short

period of time. Water was over Larb

Creek Road where the Fourth Creek flows

into the Larb Creek. At least one

culvert washed out. This area includes

both Phillips and Valley counties as

the Larb Creek meanders across the

county line.

Dawson County

6 E Glendive to 28 2300MST

6 NE Glendive 29 0100MST

Thunderstorms which produced up to 4

inches of rainfall caused the water in

the Glendive Creek approximately 6

miles east of Glendive to go from 6

inches deep and 6 feet wide to approxi-

mately 12 feet deep and nearly 100 feet

wide. The water crossed old Highway 10.

About 6 miles northeast of Glendive a

bridge on Belle Prairie Road was washed

out as well as a culvert on Road 311.

Wibaux County

25 N Wibaux 28 2325MST

29 0200MST

Water from Smith Creek went out of its

banks about 125 feet wide and flooded

over Skaar Road. A bridge is signifi-

cantly damaged. The flooding washed

over roads in nearly 100 places accor-

ding to the Highway Department. The

roads in the northern portion of Wibaux

County were out in so many places that

the highway department ran out of flags

to mark the flooding. Two ranches in

the area measured 3 to 3.5 inches of

rain.

Valley County

6 WSW Hinsdale to 28 2130MST

8 WSW Hinsdale 29 0000MST

Very heavy rain fell in the Larb Creek

basin, and a trained weather spotter

report of 2.3 inches of rain in a short

period of time. Water was over Larb

Creek Road where the Fourth Creek flows

into the Larb Creek. At least one

culvert washed out. This area includes

both Phillips and Valley counties as

the Larb Creek meanders across the

county line.

MONTANA, South

Big Horn County

Ft Smith 01 1330MST

Hail covered roads

Big Horn County

3 S Garryowen Ol 1415MST

Car windows broken on Interstate 90

Carter County

12 SE Ekalaka 01 1650MST

Carter County

10 SE Ekalaka Ol 1655MST

Carter County

17 E Ekalaka 01 1747MST

Fallon County

2 SW Baker 01 1815MST

Small funnel for about two mintues

Fallon County

4 S Baker 01 1817MST

Fallon County

Baker 01 1822MST

Brief funnel cloud

Fallon County

2 SW Baker 01 1822MST

Fallon County

Baker 01 1822MST

Fallon County

2 N Baker 01 1827MST

Fallon County

5 W Baker 01 1831MST

Brief funnel cloud

Fallon County

5 W Baker 01 1831MST

Powder River County

Epsie 05 1548MST

Powder River County

9 W Broadus 05 1553MST

Powder River County

4 S Broadus 05 1615MST

Carter County

Ekalaka 06 1525MST

Carter County

Ekalaka 06 1540MST

Penny size hail reported by County

Sheriff

Carter County

Ekalaka 06 1621MST

Carter County

10 NW Ekalaka 06 1630MST

Carter County

Ekalaka 06 1645MST

Fallon County

4 S Plevna 06 1705MST

Fallon County

9 E Baker 06 1750MST

Fallon County

8 ESE Webster 06 1755MST

Numerous penny size hail stones mixed

with half dollar size hail stones

Fallon County

9 SW Olllie 06 1804MST 1 .5

Large tornado. No reports of damage.

Fallon County

Ollie 06 1813MST

Carter County

10 NW Ekalaka 06 1641MST 30 100

1711MST

Four different tornado touchdown over a

30 minute period northwest of Ekalaka.

The tornadoes came from different parts

of a large mesocyclone. At times …

the tornadoes had mutiple vortices. No

damage was reported as the area was

sparsely populated.

10 W Biddle 07 1608MST 1 30

1623MST

The tornado touched down in the

vicinity of Buffalo Creek Ranch about

1/2 mile west and 1/2 mile north of the

intersection of Olmstead Road and Bay

Horse Road, which is five miles south

of the state line in Campbell County,

Wyoming, and about 25 miles north of

Recluse, Wyoming. There was some minor

damage to a shop and barn, as well as,

several trees downed. A few fence posts

were pulled out and a grain bin was set

on a flatbed trailer. There were homes

near the tree damage, but the homes

were not damaged.

Powder River County

4 S Broadus 07 1620MST

1720MST

Very heavy rain in an hour led to many

flooded fields, and water running

across roads in a few places. Four

miles north, Broadus reported 1.25

inches of rain within an hour. There

were other reports of 1.5 to 2 inches

of rain in the southern part of Powder

River County.

Powder River County

Epsie 07 1630MST

1730MST

Washed out culvert near Epsie and Mile

Marker 94.5 on Highway 212 west of

Broadus due to a heavy thunderstorm.

Highway 212 from just northwest of

Broadus to Ashland was closed for 22

hours after the flash flood.

Powder River County

Broadus 07 1637MST

Funnel cloud in the Crane Acres area of

Broadus. It extended at least half way

to the ground, but it did not touch

down. Several people in the Broadus

area reported seeing the funnel cloud.

Wheatland County

Harlowton 15 1357MST

Nickel to quarter size hail

Sweet Grass County

9 NNW Big Timber 15 1747MST 0

Yellowstone County

2 NE Billings 15 1814MST 0

Yellowstone County

5 NE Billings 15 1818MST

Yellowstone County

3 E Billings 15 1822MST

Yellowstone County

3 NE Billings 15 1825MST

Mostly ping pong ball sized hail, but a

few as large as hen eggs

Musselshell County

13 N Musselshell 15 1905MST

Big Horn County

Hardin 15 2016MST

Wheatland County

Judith Gap 17 1552MST

Custer County

24 E Volborg 18 2200MST

Carter County

1 N Ekalaka 18 2207MST

Fallon County

14 SE Baker 18 2227MST

Fallon County

25 SSE Baker 18 2235MST

Carter County

2 NW Mill Iron 18 2300MST

Windows broken, cars damaged

Carter County

Ridge 19 1934MST

Powder River County

Broadus 19 2154MST

Powder River County

Broadus 19 2154MST

Powder River County

Broadus 19 2158MST

Powder River County

12 NE Broadus 19 2205MST

Mostly half inch diameter hail, but a

few as large as golf balls

Rosebud County

14 NE Ingomar 19 2350MST

Custer County

Miles City 20 0150MST

0250MST

The underpass and the city library had

minor flooding. In addition, some

county roads had water running over

them. A county road shoulder was washed

out.

Custer County

3 NE Miles City 20 0150MST

Hail damage to mobile home near Kircher

Creek from nickel to quarter size hail.

Custer County

5 NE Miles City 20 0150MST

Some crop damage in the Miles City area

from the combination of the hail and

wind.

Fallon County

2 S Plevna 20 0315MST

1.50 inches of rain fell within 45

minutes resulting in minor flooding of

creeks.

Rosebud County

11 SW Sumatra 21 1845MST

Treasure County

20 NW Hysham 21 1855MST

Carbon County

2 N Bridger 22 1525MST

MONTANA, South

Stillwater County

Park City 23 1325MST

Stillwater County

4 W Park City 23 1335MST

Yellowstone County

6 SE Billings 23 1400MST

Powder River County

16 NE Broadus 24 1657MST

Powder River County

16 NE Broadus 24 1705MST

Carbon County

7 NE Joliet 24 1740MST

Carter County

Ridge 24 1810MST

Yellowstone County

6 SE Laurel 24 1815MST

Carbon County

Red Lodge 24 1835MST

Carbon County

Red Lodge 24 1836MST

Carbon County

2 N Red Lodge 24 1845MST

Carter County

12 NE Boyes 24 1845MST

Big Horn County

Hardin 24 1848MST

Yellowstone County

25 SSE Billings to 24 1910MST

8 NE Billings

Inch to inch and half diameter hail

seen laying next to the road 30 minutes

after the storm had moved through. Time

estimate based on radar.

Big Horn County

6 N Crow Agency 24 1919MST

Park County

Wilsall 24 1944MST

Rosebud County

Colstrip 24 1944MST

Custer County

10 W Volborg 24 2128MST

Powder River County

10 NW Olive 24 2145MST

Golden Valley County

Belmont 25 1455MST

Musselshell County

Roundup 25 1537MST

Golden Valley County

15 SW Ryegate 25 1555MST

Rosebud County

13 SW Sumatra 25 1630MST

Rosebud County

Sumatra 25 1645MST

Custer County

32 ESE Volborg 26 1310MST

Powder River County

11 NE Moorhead 26 1439MST

MONTANA, South

Powder River County

Moorhead 26 1445MST

Carter County

3 NE Mill Iron 26 1450MST

Powder River County

15 N Broadus 26 1530MST

1630MST

Highway 59 closed due to a creek

flowing over the road. One vehicle

washed off the roadway.

Powder River County

9 N Broadus 26 1532MST

Carter County

14 W Alzada 26 1538MST

Winds gusting to 60 mph

Powder River County

16 NE Broadus 26 1545MST

Carter County

Ekalaka 26 1630MST

Wind gusts to 60 mph

Carter County

Mill Iron 26 1640MST

MTZ033 Fallon

26 1800MST

2300MST

Heavy rain from thunderstorms resulted

in flooded fields. Portions of Plevna

and Baker were also flooded due to

overflowing fields that encroached into

portions of the towns. Sandstone

reservoir overtopped the spillway. In

addition, a few county roads were

washed out. However, no injuries were

reported.

Park County

5 W Livingston 27 1518MST

Wheatland County

Harlowton 27 1557MST

Wheatland County

2 W Shawmut 27 1617MST

Wall cloud and funnel cloud just west

of Shawmut

Wheatland County

Shawmut 27 1630MST

Stillwater County

18 NW Columbus 27 1655MST

Stillwater County

7 N Reed Pt 27 1655MST

Stillwater County

7 NE Rapelje 27 1836MST

Yellowstone County

15 N Pompeys Pillar 27 2015MST

Rosebud County

Colstrip 27 2325MST

Big Horn County

4 NW Decker 28 0707MST

Billings 28 1507MST

NWS employee reported penny size hail

around 27th street in downtown

Billings.

Yellowstone County

Billings 28 1510MST

Big Horn County

St Xavier 28 1540MST

Big Horn County

9 N Lodge Grass 28 1625MST

Big Horn County

4 N Lodge Grass 28 1630MST

Big Horn County

1 SW Wyola 28 1650MST

Big Horn County

5 S Busby 28 1700MST

Rosebud County

Lame Deer 28 1738MST

Rosebud County

2 N Ashland 28 1805MST

Rosebud County

3 E Ashland 28 1810MST

Powder River County

17 NW Sonnette 28 1825MST

Powder River County

16 NW Sonnette 28 1828MST

Powder River County

19 NW Sonnette 28 1832MST

Big Horn County

4 NW Decker 28 1907MST

Powder River County

12 NW Broadus 28 1920MST

Powder River County

15 N Broadus 28 1938MST

Powder River County

12 N Broadus 28 1940MST

Fallon County

14 N Baker 28 2032MST

Powder River County

2 N Broadus 28 2040MST

Powder River County

3 W Broadus 28 2107MST

Carter County

12 SW Ekalaka 28 2245MST

Garden shredded

Carter County

15 E Ekalaka 28 2315MST

Leaves stripped from trees

MONTANA, West

MTZ002>003 West Glacier Region–Flathead/Mission

Valleys

02 0000MST

05 0000MST

Three days of moderate to heavy rain on

top of snow pack in the Mission and

Swan Mountains caused small creeks to

flood with mud and debris flows causing

damage. Total rainfall amounts ranged

from 2.50 inches in the valleys, and 4

to 7 inches over higher terrain in Lake

County. Damage occurred mainly in Lake

County due to washouts of roads and

clogged culverts from debris and water

flowing out of the Mission Mountains.

Several bridges along creeks were also

damaged. The worse damage occurred

along the east side of Flathead Lake on

Highway 35 between mile markers 9 and

12. The highway was closed for several

days from several creeks that had

washed out and covered the highway with

debris and mud. Montana Pines RV Park

along the east shore was flooded with

two recreational vehicles damaged from

high water. Near Ronan, Post and North

Crow Creeks flooded and trapped 14

families on Michel Road, where a bridge

was washed out and a home was flooded.

Three families were cut off by high

water on Canyon Mill Road east of

Ronan. Flooding of roads also occurred

near St. Ignatius. Damage ranged from

$200,000 in the city of Ronan to

$500,000 for Lake County. In Flathead

County, a home was flooded from Hemlar

Creek over topping its banks. Other

creeks that flooded were Krause and

Handkerchief were homes were also

threatened by high water. Flooding of

low lying areas was reported near Swan

Lake. In Big Fork Bay, the combination

of high creek flows and high water in

Flathead Lake, caused rising water and

minor damage to docks in the bay. In

Glacier National Park, the Going to the

Sun Road was closed due to rockslides

from heavy rainfall.

Flathead County

Whitefish to 05 1630MST

Bigfork 1730MST

Strong thunderstorms moved through the

northern and eastern portions of the

Flathead Valley from Whitefish,

Kalispell, Columbia Falls, Corum to

Ferndale and to Big Fork. Thunderstorm

winds caused numerous trees to fall

onto power lines with widespread power

outages. Flathead County Sheriff also

reported damage to a roof of a business

in Kalispell.

Deer Lodge County

Anaconda 16 1535MST

Deer Lodge County

8 SE Anaconda 16 1542MST

Silver Bow County

Rocker 16 1548MST

Strong thunderstorms moved through

Anaconda and Rocker areas, with large

hail up to golf ball size reported in

each location. A weather spotter

reported hail damage to cars in Rocker.

Granite County

5 W Drummond 17 1029MST

Ravalli County

6 E Darby 21 2000MST

Ravalli County

Hamilton 21 2010MST

Ravalli County

Hamilton 21 2045MST

Severe thunderstorms with strong winds

blew down power lines and started

numerous fires in Hamilton during the

evening hours. Trees were also blown

down onto Sula Peak Road.

Number of Estimated

Persons Damage

Location Killed Injured Property Crops

MISSOURI, East

Knox County

Newark 0 0

Knox County

Newark 0 0

Storm spotters reported large tree

limbs down and 3/4 inch hail in Newark.

Shelby County

4 N Bethel 0 0

Storm spotters reported 3/4 inch hail.

Shelby County

4 W Shelbyville 0 0

The Sheriff Department reported that a

barn was damaged by thunderstorm winds

with debris landing on Route K west of

Shelbyville.

Knox County

Knox City 0 0

Storm spotters reported large tree

limbs down and the roof of a grocery

storm damaged.

MISSOURI, East

Lewis County

La Belle 0 0

The public reported 3/4 inch hail.

Moniteau County

Tipton 0 0

Local law enforcement reported 3/4 inch

hail.

Moniteau County

Fortuna 0 0 200K

A lightning strike is believed to have

started a fire which destroyed the 103

year old Fortuna United Methodist

Church.

Boone County

Columbia 0 0 30K

An early morning lighting strike

started a fire at a home on Glenn

Wesley Court resulting in at least

$30,000 in damage.

MOZ064

1 0

An 83 year old woman died in her home

from heat related causes. The central

air conditioning was not turned on and

all the windows were closed. High

temperatures the previous couple of

days had been in the middle 90’s. F83PH

Jefferson County

Festus 0 0

Thunderstorm wind gusts downed some

tree limbs resulting in power outages

in Festus and surrounding areas. About

4000 people lost power for about 5

hours.

Knox County

Knox City 0 0

A storm spotter reported some large

tree limbs down.

Shelby County

Shelbina 0 0

A storm spotter reported a large tree

down in his backyard.

Lewis County

La Grange 0 0

Thunderstorm wind gusts damaged the

porch of a home in La Grange.

Ste. Genevieve

County

Ste Genevieve 0 0

Thunderstorm wind gusts damaged some

power poles and downed a few trees.

About 285 people lost power for about

4 hours.

Marion County

Hannibal 0 0

Hannibal Emergency Management and storm

spotters reported several trees and

power lines down across town. One house

on Vermont Street was damaged by a

downed tree.

Ralls County

New London 0 0

Amateur radio spotters reported some

large tree limbs down.

Monroe County

3 SW Paris 0 0

The Missouri Highway Department

reported a tree down blocking the

westbound lane of Route AA.

Pike County

Frankford 0 0

Pike County

Curryville 0 0

Pike County

Bowling Green 0 0

Storm spotters reported trees and large

tree limbs down in Frankford, Bowling

Green, and Curryville.

Boone County

Centralia 0 0

Boone County

Centralia 0 0

Storm spotters reported hail up to

nickel size.

Boone County

Columbia 0 0

Boone County

5 N Columbia 0 0

Boone County

Columbia 0 0

Law enforcement and storm spotters

reported hail ranging from 3/4 inch to

1 1/4 inch in Columbia and just north

of town.

St. Charles County

St Charles Arpt 0 0

ASOS at the St. Charles Airport

recorded a 62 mph wind gust.

Callaway County

Fulton 0 0

A storm spotter reported 1 inch hail.

Montgomery County

Danville 0 0

Local law enforcement reported 3/4 inch

hail.

St. Charles County

3 NW St Charles 0 0

St. Charles County

St Charles 0 0

St. Charles County

St Peters 0 0

Local law enforcement reported large

tree limbs down in several areas of

St. Charles. The public reported a

couple of large trees down northwest of

St. Charles and local law enforcement

reported several large tree limbs down

in St. Peters.

Montgomery County

Montgomery City 0 0

Storm spotters reported tree limbs and

power lines down.

St. Louis County

Wildwood 0 0

A storm spotter reported large tree

limbs down at the intersection of

Highway 100 and 109.

Montgomery County

Big Spg 0 0

Employees of the Missouri Department of

Natural Resources reported 3/4 inch

hail.

St. Louis County

Creve Coeur 0 0

St. Louis County

Creve Coeur 0 0

St. Louis County

Maryland Hgts 0 0

St. Louis County

3 SW Olivette 0 0

St. Louis County

Maryland Hgts 0 0

St. Louis County

2 N Vly Park 0 0

St. Louis County

St Johns 0 0

A complex of severe thunderstorms

dropped hail from nickel to gollball

size across parts of west central and

north central St. Louis County. Strong

winds in the southern part of the

county downed some large tree limbs.

St. Louis County

West Central Portion 0 0

Jefferson County

High Ridge 0 0

St. Louis (C)

St Louis 0 0

Rainfall of 2-3 inches in an hour or

less caused localized flash flooding

across parts of St. Louis and Jefferson

Counties and St. Louis City. Almost a

foot of water was reported flowing

across Lindbergh Blvd in west central

St. Louis County. Flooding was reported

across north Jefferson County

especially near High Ridge. Parts of

Route PP, Antire Road and White Ash

Road were closed due to flooding.

Several streets in southwest St. Louis

City became impassable due to high

water.

St. Louis County

Fenton 0 0

The public reported 1 1/2 inch hail in

Fenton.

Jefferson County

High Ridge 0 0

The public reported 3/4 inch hail.

St. Louis County

Maplewood 0 0

St. Louis (C)

St Louis 0 0

St. Louis (C)

St Louis 0 0

Thunderstorms wind gusts downed trees,

large tree limbs, power lines, and some

traffic signals across the southwest

part of St. Louis. Trees were

reported down along McCausland and

Jamieson Avenues. A large tree limb put

a hole in the roof of an apartment on

Southwest Avenue. Traffic signals were

downed at Arsenal and Southwest Avenue.

In Maplewood, downed trees took down

power lines and damaged power poles.

Jefferson County

High Ridge 0 0

Jefferson County

High Ridge 0 0

The public reported a few large trees

down along with 1 inch hail.

St. Louis County

Affton 0 0

Amateur radio spotters reported a large

tree limb blown onto a house in the

Affton area.

St. Louis County

Fenton 0 0

St. Louis County

Fenton 0 0

Storm spotters reported hail up to

golfball size.

Jefferson County

High Ridge 0 0

The Sheriff Department reported 1 inch

hail.

Cole County

Jefferson City 0 0

Thunderstorm wind gusts took down some

large tree limbs, small trees, an a few

backyard storage buildings. A large

tree limb fell on power lines and

snapped two power poles in the 3 100

block of Rock Ridge Road.

Warren County

Warrenton 0 0

Warren County

Warrenton 0 0

Storm spotters reported 1 inch hail and

wind gusts that broke some large tree

limbs.

Lincoln County

Foley 0 0

Lincoln County

7 SW Troy 0 0

Thunderstorm wind gusts downed large

tree branches on Highway 79 and Highway

Y near Foley. Tree limbs were also down

on Highway U between Highways J and 47

southwest of Troy.

Warren County

Wright City 0 0

Storm spotters reported 3/4 inch hail.

Lincoln County

Silex 0 0

Thunderstorm wind gusts downed some

power lines.

Callaway County

10 S Fulton 0 0

Security at the AmerenUE Callaway

Nuclear Power Plant reported 3/4 inch

hail.

Audrain County

10 S Vandalia 0 0

Pike County

New Hartford 0 0

Pike County

Ashley 0 0

A severe thunderstorm put down a swath

of large hail from southeast Audrain

County into southwest Pike County. Hail

up to 2 1/2 inches in diameter was

reported near New Hartford with at

least golfball size hail falling from

south of Vandalia to near Ashley. There

was quite a bit of crop damage along

the path, some farm homes suffered roof

damage, and a few vehicles were also

damaged.

Lincoln County

Elsberry 0 0

Large tree limbs broke and took down a

couple of power lines.

Montgomery County

New Florence 0 0

Thunderstorm winds knocked down a

couple of trees and power lines.

Pike County

Louisiana 0 0

Thunderstorm winds downed a couple of

trees along Highway 54 on the east side

of Louisiana. Power was also reported

out in parts of town.

Gasconade County

Hermann 0 0

Local law enforcement reported 3/4 inch

hail.

Franklin County

Washington 0 0

Amateur radio spotters reported trees

down in a city park.

Warren County

Warrenton 0 0

Amateur radio spotters reported several

small trees down.

St. Charles County

Flint Hill 0 0

St. Charles County

Lake St Louis 0 0

St. Charles County

Wentzville 0 0

St. Charles County

O Fallon 0 0

Storm spotters measured wind gusts of

78 in Flint Hill and 62 mph in

Wentzville. A house under construction

in Flint Hill was damaged by the wind.

Trees and power lines were also down in

the area. In Lake St. Louis, roof

shingles were blown off the roof of the

Community Center building. A sail boat

sank and trees and power lines were

down. In O’Fallon, a couple of 1 foot

diameter trees were downed.

Franklin County

Gray Summit 0 0

Amateur radio spotters reported trees

down.

Lincoln County

Moscow Mills 0.25 0

An off duty Sheriff Deputy reported a

small tornado near Meyer Road and

Highway C. There was no damage.

Lincoln County

Winfield 0 0

A couple of trees were down on the west

side of Winfield.

St. Charles County

O Fallon 0 0

St. Charles County

Orchard Farm 0 0

St. Charles County

St Charles Arpt 0 0

St. Charles County

2 SW St Peters 0 0

MISSOURI, East

St. Charles County

St Peters 0 0

St. Charles County

2 SSE St Peters 0 0

St. Charles County

St Peters 0 0

St. Charles County

Wentzville 0 0

A wind gust of 68 mph was measured by

the ASOS at the St. Charles Airport.

Trees and large tree limbs were reported

down St.Charles and St. Peters. Trees

were down and the siding on a home was

damaged in Orchard Farm. Hail up to 1

inch in diameter was reported in St.

Peters.

Franklin County

Washington 0 2

Franklin County

1 W Union 0 0

Thunderstorms winds downed trees and

power lines in Washington and near

Union. In Washington, a tree fell on a

home on Roberts Street. Two people

inside suffered minor injuries. The

County Sheriff reported trees and power

lines down just west of Union.

Lincoln County

Old Monroe 0 0

Amateur radio spotters reported several

power poles bent over at a 45 degree

angle along Highway 79.

Warren County

Wright City 0 0

Thunderstorm wind gusts blew the tin

roof off of a storage building. The tin

damaged a car and a nearby business

sign.

St. Charles County

St Peters 0 0

Amateur radio spotters reported 1 inch

hail near Mid Rivers Mail Drive and

I-70.

St. Louis County

2 N Florissant 0 0

A large oak tree was downed in Sioux

Passage Park.

St. Charles County

Weldon Spg 0 0

A 30 foot cedar tree was downed neat

the intersection of Independence and

Patriotic Roads.

St. Louis County

4 W Eureka 0 0

Amateur radio spotters reported large

tree limbs down.

Franklin County

Pacific 0 0

Amateur radio spotters reported 6 inch

diameter trees down.

St. Louis (C)

Tower Grove 0 0

The public reported large tree limbs

down in south St. Louis. A stop sign

was blown down along Iowa Street.

Jefferson County

House Spgs 0 0

A storm spotter reported 1 inch hail.

St. Louis County

Oakville 0 0

Amateur radio spotters reported 3/4

inch hail.

Crawford County

3 SW Cuba 0 0

A storm spotter reported 3/4 inch hail

along 1-44 southwest of Cuba.

Crawford County

Bourbon 0 0

The County Sheriff reported 3/4 inch

hail in Boubon.

MOZ052-061>065

0 0

The first heat wave of the season hit

in late June. High temperatures during

the period were in the lower to upper

90’s, with the peak of 98 being reached

at Lambert St. Louis International

Airport on June 29. The heat index

during the period ranged from 100 to

around 105.

Lewis County

Maywood 0 3

Three men were injured when the truck

they were standing by was struck by

lightning. The men were knocked to the

ground and were treated for superficial

burns. The bolt melted the radio

antenna, the radio, left a hole in the

back window, and left bum marks on the

drive’s side mirror.

Franklin County

Washington 0 0

A sudden severe thunderstorm took down

trees, large tree limbs, and power

lines in Washington. At least two homes

had large tree limbs fall on them

causing minor damage. Several power

lines were downed by trees causing at

least 3000 people to lose power. A

lightning strike knocked down a 34,000

volt electric line causing rain water

to boil in the street.

Gasconade County

Drake 0 0

Thunderstorm wind gusts destroyed a

shed at a farm and downed some trees

and power lines along Highway 19 near

Drake. Debris from the shed caused

minor roof damage to the home.

MISSOURI, Lower

Dunklin County

Campbell 0 0 5K

Some tree limbs and power lines were

knocked down.

MISSOURI, Northeast

Clark County

Wayland 0 0 5K

Trees and power lines down; signs down

as well.

Scotland County

Arbela 0 0

0.75 to 0.88 inch hail

A squall line developed from Western

Iowa into Northeast Kansas and raced

eastward across Iowa, Northern

Missouri, and Northern Illinois

producing wind damage during the mid to

late evening hours. Ahead of the squall

line, an upper level disturbance

initiated scattered severe

thunderstorms in a nearly moist

atmosphere. These storms were mainly

prolific hail producers with some

localized downbursts.

Scotland County

Memphis 0 0 3K

Large tree limbs down

Clark County

1.3 N Anson 0 0 1K

15 inch diameter tree down at the

junction of County Route V and highway

81. A squall line developed across

central Iowa during the overnight hours

and moved east. As the squall line

entered southeast Iowa, it began to bow

out and raced across Jefferson, Henry,

Louisa, and Des Moines Counties causing

extensive damage. The bow echo crossed

before weakening. The squall line did

manage to produce isolated severe

damage in Bureau and Putnam Counties

in Illinois. The far southern edge of

the squall line managed to produce

isolated to scattered severe reports

across Northeast Missouri, Lee County

Iowa, and Hancock and McDonough

counties in Illinois.

MISSOURI, Northwest

Clinton County

Cameron 0 0 1K

Trees and power lines down.

Johnson County

6 W Chilhowee 0 0

Tree limbs and shingles off a porch

roof blown down.

Lafayette County

Corder 0 0 1K

Power lines and tree limbs down.

Lafayette County

Waverly 0 0 1K

Tree limbs and power lines down.

Jackson County

Lees Summit 0 0 1M

Significant wind damage along Douglas

and Lees Summit roads. Trees down,

hangar damage at airport with 9 planes

damaged, and significant damage at

hospital construction site.

Cass County

Belton 0 0

Water covering Peculiar Drive from

heavy rains.

Jackson County

Lake Lotawana 0 0

Water over road at intersection of

Highway 7 and Colbern road.

Bates County

Passaic 0 0

Cass County

2 N Garden City 0 0

Brief tornado touchdown. No damage

reported.

Johnson County

5 SW Holden to 0 2 1.1M

3 WSW Centerview

F1 tornado touched down 5 miles

southwest of Holden and then moved

northeast across Route 131 before

skipping to and then lifting 3 miles

west southwest of Centerview. The

biggest impact was at the Miller

Training Stables on Route 131. Two

women received minor injuries when

their house was lifted off the

foundation. Six horses were killed and

42 were injured. Three barns, the

residence, and 3 cars were heavily

damaged or destroyed. There were also

several other homes and barns damaged

by the tornado before it lifted.

Holt County

1 N Forest City 0 0

Andrew County

2 NE Fillmore to 0 0

2 NNE Fillmore

Brief tornado touchdown noted by storm

chasers along US 71 near Y Highway.

Holt County

1 W Mound City 0 0

Holt County

5 SW Bigelow 0 0

Flooding on road adjacent to lake.

Gentry County

1 N Stanberry to 0 0

1 NNE Stanberry

Brief rain wrapped tornado touchdown

observed by storm chaser.

Harrison County

5 W Hatfield to 0 0

3 N Hatfield

Tornado crossed into Harrison county

5 miles west of Hatfield and remained

over rural ground damaging trees,

before exiting into Iowa 3 miles north

of Hatfield, or 10 miles southeast of

Mt. Ayr in Ringgold county.

Gentry County

6 N Stanberry 0 0

Gentry County

6 N Stanberry 0 0

Holt County

5 SW Bigelow 0 0

Gentry County

4 N Mcfall 0 0

Brief tornado touchdown observed by

Mcfall fire department.

Gentry County

Albany 0 0

Gentry County

Darlington 0 0

Andrew County

Amazonia 0 0

Buchanan County

St Joseph 0 0 300K

F0 tornado crossed into Missouri near

the Pony Express Bridge. The tornado

produced a skipping path through

northwest and north portions of St.

Joseph. Numerous trees were damaged or

uprooted. A few homes also lost their

porches. Most damage to homes was

caused by falling trees and tree limbs.

The tornado exited into Andrew county

2 miles east of 1-29 along U.S. Highway

169.

Andrew County

4 SW Avenue City to 0 0

1 SW Avenue City

Tornado entered Andrew county 4 miles

southwest of Avenue City and then

dissipated near Highway 169 1 mile

southwest of Avenue City. Minor tree

damage was reported as the tornado

remainded over rural ground.

Buchanan County

St Joseph 0 0

One foot diameter maple trees broken

in two.

Andrew County

Savannah 0 0

Andrew County

Savannah 0 0

Service roads flooded from 2 inches of

rain.

Daviess County

6 WNW Gallatin 0 0

Brief tornado touchdown north of

Viking Lake.

Daviess County

5 NW Altamont 0 0

Clinton County

Trimble 0 0

Clinton County

1 S Cameron 0 0

Johnson County

1 NW Pittsville 0 0

Wind knocked over shed.

Clay County

Mosby 0 0

West Road in Mosby flooded from heavy

rains.

Jackson County

Lees Summit 0 0 60K

Lightning caused fire damage to a

residence.

Jackson County

Blue Spgs 0 0

Water over road at I-70 and Route 7

interchange.

MOZ030

0 0

The Crooked River near Richmond crested

at 22.34 feet, or 2.34 feet above

flood stage.

Jackson County

2 N Oak Grove 0 0

Highway H closed due to high water.

Jackson County

2 N Buckner 0 0

Reber road closed due to flooding.

Jackson County

2 SSW Grain Vly 0 0

County road AA closed due to high

water.

Lafayette County

1 S Concordia 0 0

Roads closed due to flooding on Highway

23, FF Highway and D Highway.

Saline County

4 NW Marshall 0 0

Low lying spots on Highway 65 under

water.

Lafayette County

4 S Napoleon 0 0

Highway D closed south of Napolean due

to flooding.

Nodaway County

Arkoe 0 0

Nodaway County

Ravenwood 0 0

Nodaway County

3 E Maryville 0 0

Gentry County

4 NNW Gentry 0 0

Tornado touched down near the Worth

county line and entered Worth county

1 mile south of Worth. Minor tree

damage was noted.

Worth County

1 S Worth to 0 0 175K

4 NE Allendale

Tornado crossed into Worth county from

Andrew county 1 mile south of Worth and

then tracked northeast into Harrison

county 4 miles northeast of Allendale.

Intermittent FO damage to trees and

power lines was observed. However …

F1 damage to two farmsteads were

observed with numerous outbuildings

destroyed. Chickens were killed and a

4″ by 6″ post was driven through a

pickup truck.

Platte County

Platte City 0 0

Water covering many city streets due to

heavy rains.

Mercer County

Princeton 0 0

Platte County

Platte City 0 0

Macon County

Macon 0 0

Nodaway County

4 E Graham 0 0

Up to 5 inches of water flowing over

Route A.

Gentry County

1 W Gentry 0 0

Mercer County

Princeton 0 0

MOZ054

0 0

Big Creek near Blairstown crested at

23.16 feet, or 3.16 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ054

0 0

The South Grand River near Urich

crested at 26.97 feet, or 2.97 feet

above flood stage.

MOZ038

0 0

Missouri River at Napolean crested at

19.90 feet, or 2.90 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ038

0 0

Missouri River in Waverly crested at

22.41 feet, or 2.41 feet above flood

stage.

Jackson County

Kansas City 0 0

Water covering roads near Choteau

Trafficway and Gardner

MOZ029

0 0

The Little Platte River near Smithville

crested at 28.16 feet, or 1.16 feet

above flood stage.

MOZ029

0 0

The Fishing River near Mosby crested at

20.50 feet, or 2.50 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ020

0 0

Platte River near Agency crested at

21.01 feet, or 1.01 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ028

0 0

The Platte River Near Platte City

crested at 21.20 feet, or 1.20 feet

above flood stage.

MOZ028

0 0

The Platte River near Sharps Station

crested at 27.72 feet, or 1.72 feet

above flood stage.

MOZ031

0 0

Wakenda Creek in Carrollton crested at

20.55 feet, or 0.55 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ039

0 0

The Missouri River near Miami crested

at 20.70 feet, or 2.70 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ037

0 0

Missouri River near Sibley crested at

22.40 feet, or 0.40 feet above flood

stage.

Bates County

14 E Butler 0 0

H Highway and Highway 52 closed due to

high water.

Livingston County

2 NE Chillicothe 0 0 5K

Roof off of barn and upstairs house

window blown out.

Henry County

Clinton 0 0

Henry County

2 NW Clinton 0 0

Livingston County

Wheeling 0 0

Livingston County

Wheeling 0 0

Large tree limbs down.

Henry County

Windsor 0 0 1K

Large tree limb fell on car.

Johnson County

6 SSE Knob Noster 0 0

Large tree down.

Pettis County

Hughesville 0 0

Large tree down.

Saline County

Sweet Spgs 0 0

One foot diameter tree down.

Sullivan County

1 NE Mystic 0 0

Macon County

Callao 0 0

High water on Highway 36.

Macon County

Macon 0 0

Large trees down.

Livingston County

4 E Dawn 0 0

Gentry County

5 S Stanberry 0 0

Gentry County

1 SW Gentry 0 0

Caldwell County

3 SE Hamilton 0 0

Livingston County

4 E Dawn 0 0

Livingston County

Chillicothe 0 0

Water over Route V and on Highway 65.

Macon County

3 SE Axtell 0 0

Kellog Avenue washed out.

Chariton County

Salisbury 0 0

Street flooding reported thoughout

town.

Howard County

12 ESE Armstrong 0 0

Randolph County

Moberly 0 0

Howard County

Glasgow 0 0

Randolph County

Clark 0 0

Water and debris across Highway NN and

Highway 63.

Cooper County

Prairie Home 0 0

Cooper County

Boonville 0 0

Howard County

New Franklin 0 0

Cooper County

Boonville 0 0

Pettis County

6 E Longwood 0 0

Cooper County

3 SW Prairie Home 0 0

Water over Highway W 2 miles south of

Highway J.

Clay County

Claycomo 0 0

Jackson County

Independence 0 0

Clay County

1 S Claycomo 0 0

Jackson County

Kansas City 0 0

Jackson County

Kansas City 0 0

Cass County

Raymore 0 0 3K

Large tree down on car.

Jackson County

Kansas City 0 0

Jackson County

Kansas City 0 0

Large tree limbs down.

Jackson County

Raytown 0 0

Cass County

Peculiar 0 0

Jackson County

Lees Summit 0 0

Clay County

Kearney 0 0

Cass County

Belton 0 0

24 inch diameter trees downed.

Jackson County

Lees Summit 0 0

Jackson County

Lees Summit 0 0

Jackson County

Lees Summit 0 0

Jackson County

Independence 0 0

Trees blown down on Noland Road.

Jackson County

Lees Summit 0 0

Clay County

1 SSW Excelsior Spgs 0 0

Jackson County

Grain Vly 0 0

Lafayette County

Bates City 0 0

Schuyler County

Lancaster 0 0

Livingston County

4 NW Chillicothe 0 0

Livingston County

8 NW Chillicothe 0 0

Howard County

5 W New Franklin 0 0

Harrison County

Bethany 0 0

Cass County

Belton 0 0 1K

Small shed destroyed and numerous tree

limbs down due to high winds.

MOZ054

0 0

The South Grand River near Urich

crested at 26.80 feet, or 2.80 feet

above flood stage.

MOZ023

0 0

The Grand River near Sumner crested at

27.51 feet, or 1.51 feet above flood

stage.

Pettis County

Green Ridge 0 0

Pettis County

4 E Lamonte 0 0

Pettis County

Hughesville 0 0

8 inch diameter tree broken off.

Pettis County

4 E La Monte 0 0

Cooper County

Prairie Home 0 0

Gentry County

Albany 0 0 1K

Power poles and lines downed.

Jackson County

Lees Summit 0 0 10K

Lightning sparked a fire which caused

damage to a residence.

Jackson County

Lees Summit 0 0 100K

Lightning sparked a fire which caused

extensive damage to a residence.

Howard County

New Franklin 0 0

Chariton County

3 NW Mendon 0 0

Water flooded several county roads.

MOZ023

0 0

The Grand River near Sumner crested at

26.03 feet, or 0.03 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ037

0 0

The Missouri River near Sibley crested

at 24.00 feet, or 2.00 feet above flood

stage.

Platte County

4 SE Kansas City Intl 0 0

Platte County

4 N Weatherby Lake 0 0

Platte County

1 S Platte City 0 0

Platte County

Parkville 0 0

Jackson County

Kansas City 0 0

Trees blown down across southbound Ward

Parkway near Penn day school.

Jackson County

Lees Summit 0 0

MOZ038

0 0

Missouri River in Napolean crested at

20.94 feet, or 3.94 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ038

0 0

Missouri River in Waverly crested at

23.36 feet, or 3.36 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ039

0 0

Missouri River near Miami crested at

22.65 feet, or 4.65 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ054

0 0

The South Grand River near Urich

crested at 25.60 feet, or 1.60 feet

above flood stage.

MOZ046

0 0

The Petite Saline Creek near Boonville

crested at 17.65 feet, or 1.65 feet

above flood stage.

MOZ023

0 0

The Grand River near Sumner crested at

27.72 feet, or 1.72 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ032

0 0

The Grand River near Brunswick crested

at 20.30 feet, or 1.30 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ040

0 0

Missouri River near Glasgow crested at

26.98 feet, or 1.98 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ046

0 0

Missouri River near Boonville crested

at 23.43 feet, 2.43 feet above flood

stage.

Atchison County

2 NE Watson 0 0 5K

Several tractor trailers blown over on

I-29 between mile markers 120 and 124.

Atchison County

2 N Roekport 0 0 1K

Power lines down on Highway 275.

Platte County

Parkville 0 0

Several roads closed due to high water.

Pettis County

Sedalia 0 0 1K

Metal light poles knocked over.

Clay County

Mosby 0 0

122nd Street closed due to high water.

Bates County

6 w Butler 0 0

MISSOURI, Southeast

MOZ086-100-

107>110

0 0

Widespread dense fog reduced visibility

to one quarter mile or less. The fog

area was along and west of a line from

Marble Hill to Dexter, including Poplar

Bluff.

MOZ076-086>087-

100-107>112-114

0 0

Drought conditions progressively

worsened during June. The drought

status of southeast Missouri went from

moderate to severe during June. June

was the fourth consecutive month of

below normal rainfall in southeast

Missouri. Some locations received heavy

rainfall from thunderstorms, but the

storms were rather short-lived and

infrequent. Farmers faced a variety of

significant problems. Hay growth and

production was halted, prompting

concern about a hay shortage. Other

crops, such as corn and soybeans, were

slowed or stunted by the dry weather.

Some yield reductions were anticipated,

depending on July rainfall amounts.

Levels of smaller rivers, such as the

Current and St. Francis, fell far below

normal. Fire danger was high, prompting

the city of Sikeston to request a ban

on outdoor burning.

Ripley County

6 SE Doniphan 0 0 3K

Trees and power lines were blown down.

At least one large oak tree was

uprooted.

Ripley County

Bennett 0 0

MOZ087

0 0 7K

A line of showers and thunderstorms

moved south across Cape Girardeau

County, producing widespread strong

winds between 30 and 40 MPH. The peak

wind gust at the Cape Girardeau Airport

was 41 MPIt. On Highway 74 near Cape

Girardeau, a large tree fell on a small

garage and a brick building, causing

significant damage. The garage was

destroyed.

Mississippi County

East Prairie 0 0 1K

Some tin and metal roofing was blown

from sheds. Large tree limbs were blown

down on county roads.

Cape Girardeau

County

Oak Ridge 0 0

Cape Girardeau

County

3 S Oak Ridge to 0 0 35K

Oak Ridge

A fifth wheel camper was blown over and

destroyed. A roof was blown offa house,

and another roof was damaged. Several

large trees over a foot in diameter

were blown down. A large propane tank

that was bolted down was knocked over.

Several fences were damaged.

Cape Girardeau

County

Neelys Lndg 0 0

A thunderstorm cell became severe over

northwestern Cape Girardeau County. The

storm moved slowly east-northeast.

Although the storm was severe for only

a relatively short time, it produced a

significant wind damage event.

Scott County

3 W Scott City 0 0 50K

Hangar doors were blown in at the Cape

Girardeau Airport. Windows were broken

in the terminal building when the wind

blew a portable passenger boarding ramp

through them. The wings of two planes

were damaged.

Carter County

Grandin 0 0 3K

Numerous tree limbs were blown down.

Most of the community was without

power.

Ripley County

Countywide 0 0 200K

Widespread damaging winds occurred. In

Doniphan, the roof was blown off” a car

wash, and a couple of downtown busi-

nesses sustained roof damage. Bricks

were blown off the facade of another

business. Numerous homes sustained

minor roof damage, such as shingles

blown off Awnings were damaged. Falling

large trees smashed a few cars, and

several large trees fell onto houses.

Across the remainder of the county,

trees fell across roads (both county

and state) and across power lines. The

winds occurred in advance of precipita-

tion associated with the severe

thunderstorms.

Carter County

Ellsinore 0 0

Butler County

Poplar Bluff to 0 0 25K

Qulin

Numerous trees and power lines were

down in the southern part of the

county, especially Qulin and Harviell.

Tree limbs fell across roads. Four to

five signal line poles were knocked

down along a section of railroad tracks

near the south edge of Poplar Bluff.

Stoddard County

Powe 0 0

New Madrid County

Portageville 0 0 5K

Construction signs were blown down

along Interstate 55 near Portageville,

and trees and power lines were down in

Portageville. A severe thunderstorm

complex moved east-southeast across the

Arkansas border counties, weakening

somewhat as it approached the Bootheel

counties. Considerable wind damage

occurred with this thunderstorm complex

over the Ozark foothills region,

including Doniphan. Most of the wind

damage occurred south of a line from

Van Buren to Poplar Bluffto New Madrid.

MISSOURI, Southwest

Phelps County

5 E Rolla 0 0

An area of tree damage occurred after

severe thunderstorm wind gusts affected

areas east of Rolla.

Vernon County

Nevada 0 0

A section of Highway 54 near the

intersection of Highway 43 became

impassable due to flash flooding.

Morgan County

Stover 0 0

Mcdonald County

South West City 0 0

Mcdonald County

Anderson 0 0

A couple of trees were downed near

Anderson from thunderstorm wind gusts.

Mcdonald County

Pineville 0 0

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

numerous trees across much of the

county.

Barry County

Cassville 0 0

Several street signs and trees were

downed from severe thunderstorm wind

gusts.

Vernon County

Nevada 0 0

Dallas County

Buffalo 0 0

Polk County

Bolivar 0 0

Polk County

Morrisville 0 0

Laclede County

Lebanon 0 0

Laclede County

Lebanon 0 0

Taney County

Cedarcreek 0 0

Stone County

Kimberling City 0 0

Taney County

2 NW Ridgedale 0 0

Taney County

3 NW Ridgedale 0 0 7K 0

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts blew a

roof off of a dock on Table Rock Lake

near Highway 86.

Benton County

6 W Edwards 0 0

St. Clair County

2 N Lowry City 0 0

A few trees were downed from severe

thunderstorm wind gusts near Lowry

City.

St. Clair County

6 NW Collins 0 0

Damaging winds downed trees across

rural southeast St. Clair County.

Hickory County

Weaubleau 0 0

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

trees and powerlines.

Polk County

1 N Bolivar 0 0

Polk County

Bolivar 0 0 50K 0

Slow moving thunderstorms trained over

central Polk County, including the city

of Bolivar, causing major flash

flooding in and near the city. Several

roads and highways were closed. Water

flooded a nursing home, along with

several houses. Lawrence County

Aurora 0 0

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

numerous trees in the city of Aurora.

Christian County

2 E Boaz 0 0

Trees were downed from thunderstorm

wind gusts at a farm house east of

Boaz.

Stone County

2 NE Hurley 0 0

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

several trees.

Greene County

Republic 0 0

Severe thunderstorms downed a few trees

in the city of Republic.

Howell County

Willow Spgs 0 0

Laclede County

Lebanon 0 0

Laclede County

Lebanon 0 0

Pulaski County

Ft Leonard Wood 0 0

Thunderstorm wind gusts downed a tree.

Greene County

Springfield 0 0

Vernon County

3 W Nevada 0 0

Flash flooding inundated a section of

Highway 54 near the Highway 43

junction.

Polk County

Bolivar 0 0

Flash flooding caused West Broadway

Street to become impassable.

Douglas County

Goodhope 0 0

Mcdonald County

3 S Powell 0 0 2K

A few trees and power lines were downed

from severe thunderstorm wind gusts.

Pulaski County

Richland 0 0

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts uprooted

a tree into power lines.

Pulaski County

Richland 0 0

Cedar County

Stockton 0 0

Ozark County

Dora 0 0

Ozark County

5 N Bakersfield 0 0

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

couple of power lines and a few trees

in a rural area north of Bakersfield.

Pulaski County

Richland 0 0 20K

Heavy thunderstorms caused flash

flooding in the community of Richland.

Several homes and businesses were

flooded.

Camden County

5 N Stoutland 0 0

Heavy thunderstorms caused flash

flooding over a section of Highway A.

Dade County

1 W Greenfield 0 0

Cedar County

Bearcreek 0 0

Maries County

2 NW Vichy 0 0 2K

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

couple of power lines near the junction

of Highways 63 and 68.

Phelps County

Newburg 0 0 10K

Power lines were downed from severe

thunderstorm wind gusts near the

community of Newburg.

Polk County

Flemington 0 0

Dent County

5 N Salem 0 0 5K 0

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few power poles north of Salem.

Cedar County

Arnica 0 0

Cedar County

8 E Stockton 0 0

Maries County

Brinktown 0 0

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

several trees in the community of

Brinktown.

Hickory County

Cross Timbers 0 0 5K 0

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few power poles near the community of

Cross Timbers.

Benton County

5 NW Warsaw 0 0

Pulaski County

Waynesville 0 0

Heavy thunderstorms caused the

Roubidoux Creek to flood low lying

areas of Waynesville.

Pulaski County

Dixon 0 0

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few power poles.

Hickory County

Weaubleau 0 0

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

large tree into a power line. Power was

out in the community of Weaubleau.

Cedar County

2 S Bearcreek 0 0

St. Clair County

Collins 0 0 5K 0

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

numerous trees and power lines.

Hickory County

Cross Timbers 0 0

Thunderstorm wind gusts downed a couple

of trees in Cross Timbers.

Polk County

Fair Play 0 0

Large tree limbs were downed by

thunderstorm wind gusts.

Cedar County

2 SE Bearcreek 0 0

Camden County

Camdenton 0 0

Lawrence County

5 N Stotts City 0 0 5K

Power lines and large tree limbs were

downed from severe thunderstorm wind

gusts.

Cedar County

6 SE Stockton 0 0

Cedar County

2 NE Arnica 0 0

Heavy thunderstorms caused flash

flooding over a section of Country Road

2191 just north of Highway AA.

Dallas County

Buffalo 0 0

Trees were downed in Buffalo from

thunderstorm wind gusts.

Laclede County

Lebanon 0 0

Greene County

Fair Grove 0 0

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few trees near Fair Grove.

Pulaski County

Dixon 0 0 5K

Heavy thunderstorms caused flash

flooding in a few buildings in downtown

Dixon.

Wright County

Hartville 0 0

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few trees countywide.

Maries County

4 SE Brinktown 0 0

Thunderstorms caused flash flooding in

a couple spots across Maries County.

Sections of County Roads 623 and 621

were inundated.

Ozark County

Gainesville 0 0

Several low water crossings flooded

across the eastern part of the county

from heavy thunderstorms.

Jasper County

Carthage 0 0

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few trees near Carthage.

Greene County

5 S Ash Grove 0 0

Trees were downed into power lines.

Wright County

Hartville 0 0

A couple of trees were downed near

Harrville from thunderstorm wind gusts.

Jasper County

Webb City 0 0

Mcdonald County

South West City 0 0

Jasper County

Duenweg 0 0

Newton County

4 SE Neosho 0 0

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

trees into some power lines.

Newton County

Neosho 0 0

Heavy thunderstorms caused flash

flooding over a section of Highway D.

Barry County

Butterfield 0 0

Greene County

Springfield 0 0 20K

Thunderstorms produced 80 mph winds

across south Springfield. A few homes

experienced minor structural damage

with several large trees downed.

Lawrence County

Aurora 0 0

Thunderstorm wind gusts downed a couple

of power poles near Aurora.

Greene County

Battlefield 0 0 20K

Squall line thunderstorms produced 70

knot straight line winds over Battle-

field. An off duty National Weather

Service Meteorologist measured this

gust from his anemometer. Several homes

across the area received minor

structural damage.

Christian County

Sparta 0 0

Webster County

Marshfield 0 0

Douglas County

Ava 0 0

Laclede County

Lebanon 0 0

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

numerous trees in the Lebanon area.

Wright County

Dawson 0 0

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

tree blocking Route 95.

Texas County

Bendavis 0 0

Howell County

Willow Spgs 0 0

Greene County

Republic 0 0

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few trees in the city of Republic.

Camden County

5 N Roach 0 0

Camden County

Decaturville 0 0

Miller County

Iberia 0 0

Pulaski County

Richland 0 0

Maries County

1 N (Vih)Rolla/Vichy 0 0

Maries County

2 S Belle 0 0

Several trees were downed from severe

thunderstorm wind gusts.

Newton County

3 S Diamond 0 0

A storm chaser recorded video of a

small tornado that briefly touched down

in an open field. No damage occurred

from the tornado.

Newton County

Neosho 0 0

Emergency management officials observed

a brief funnel cloud near the community

of Neosho.

Lawrence County

Verona 0 0

Funnel cloud was briefly observed by

the Verona Volunteer Fire Department.

Lawrence County

2 E Mt Vernon 0 0

Lawrence County

Mt Vernon 0 0

Greene County

Republic 0 0

Lawrence County

Chesapeake 0 0

Greene County

Republic 0 0

Greene County

Republic 0 0

Mcdonald County

South West City 0 0

Greene County

Springfield 0 0

Greene County

Springfield 0 0

Greene County

Springfield 0 0

Mcdonald County

Powell 0 0

Thunderstorm wind gusts downed a few

trees in the Powell area.

Phelps County

St James 0 0

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts down

several large trees in the community of

St. James.

Phelps County

St James 0 0

Several large trees were downed from

severe thunderstorm wind gusts.

Christian County

Ozark 0 0

Thunderstorm wind gusts downed a tree

on Elm Streeet.

Webster County

Rogersville to 0 0 100K

Fordland

Severe thunderstorm straight line winds

caused structural and tree damage to

areas of southern Webster County along

Highway 60. The Rogersville area

sustained the heaviest damage with

houses and businesses receiving minor

damage. Several business signs were

damaged or destroyed.

Barry County

Seligman 0 0 10K

A house in Seligman sustained damage

after severe thunderstorm winds downed

a tree into it.

Mcdonald County

Powell 0 0

Wright County

Cedar Gap 0 0

Wright County

Mansfield to 0 0

Mountain Grove

Several trees were downed along the

Highway 60 corridor in southern Wright

County.

Barry County

Washburn 0 0 25K

Microburst winds destroyed a barn.

Stone County

Blue Eye 0 0 5K

Microburst winds downed power lines

along with a few large trees.

Taney County

Taneyville 0 0

Trees were downed from severe

thunderstorm wind gusts through much of

central Taney County.

Wright County

Mansfield 0 0

Large trees were blown over onto

Highway 5 as severe thunderstorms moved

through the area.

Douglas County

5 N Coldspring 0 0 20K

Severe straight line winds destroyed a

barn located in rural northern Douglas

County.

Texas County

Bucyrus 0 0

Wright County

Norwood 0 0

Ozark County

Gainesville 0 0

A swath of severe thunderstorm wind

gusts downed numerous trees throughout

much of the county.

Texas County

Cabool 0 0

Howell County

2 N Pomona 0 0

Dent County

Montauk 0 0

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few trees in and around the Montauk

area.

Shannon County

Eminence 0 0

Northern and central section of the

county sustained tree damage from

severe thunderstorm wind gusts.

Stone County

Lampe 0 0

Several large trees near Lampe

sustained damage from severe

thunderstorm wind gusts.

Taney County

3 W Forsyth 0 0

Cedar County

2 E Caplinger Mills 0 0 5K

Power lines were downed by severe

thunderstorm wind gusts.

Vernon County

Dederick 0 0 5K

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few power lines near Dederick.

Texas County

Houston 0 0

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

several trees. A few trees fell on

power lines which created power outages

in the community of Houston.

Wright County

Mountain Grove 0 0 10K

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

several trees and power poles in and

near the community of Mountain Grove.

The intersection of Highways 95 and ZZ

south of Mountain Grove was also

heavily impacted by this storm with

downed trees and power poles.

Douglas County

Vanzant 0 0

A couple of trees were downed into some

power lines near Vanzant as a result of

a passing thunderstorm.

Taney County

Bradleyville 0 0

Trees were downed from thunderstorm

wind gusts near the intersection of

Highways 125 and 76.

Douglas County

Goodhope 0 0

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

several trees in the community of

Goodhope.

Polk County

Half Way 0 0

St. Clair County

Collins 0 0

Dallas County

4 S Buffalo 0 0 10K

Golf ball size hail damaged a Sheriffs

Deputy’s patrol car.

Polk County

Pleasant Hope 0 0

Hickory County

1 W Weaubleau 0 0

Greene County

3 E Springfield 0 0

Penny size hail was observed by a

trained spotter at the intersection of

Division St. and Highway 65.

Greene County

Springfield 0 0

Webster County

Northview 0 0

Greene County

3 E Springfield 0 0

Wright County

Grovespring 0 0

Webster County

Niangua 0 0

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few trees in the community of Niangua.

Christian County

Sparta 0 0

Thunderstorm wind gusts downed a tree

across Highway 14 in Sparta.

Douglas County

Mt Zion 0 0

Wright County

Mansfield 0 0

Howell County

White Church 0 0

St. Clair County

Taberville 0 0

Douglas County

Ann 0 0

Howell County

Willow Spgs 0 0

Texas County

1 W Simmons 0 0

St. Clair County

Osceola 0 0

Oregon County

Alton 0 0

Several trees were downed from east of

Alton northward to along the Shannon

and Oregon county line from severe

thunderstorm wind gusts.

Shannon County

2 E Eminence 0 0

Howell County

West Plains 0 0

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few trees in and east of West Plains.

Oregon County

Alton 0 0

A line of severe thunderstorms downed

inumerous trees across the county.

Jasper County

6 W Joplin to 0 0 40K

4 SW Joplin

This storm is a continuation of the

Cherokee County supercell that spawned

two brief tornadoes. Jasper County was

mainly impacted by golf ball size hail

from this storm. The storm entered the

extreme southwest portion of the county

prior to moving into northwest Newton

County. A three mile swath of hail was

observed by several amateur radio

operators.

Newton County

17 NW Neosho to 0 0 20K

Diamond

Newton County

4 NW Redings Mill to 0 0

2 NW Redings Mill

Newton County

9 N Racine to 0 0

12 NW Neosho

This is a continuation of the Jasper

and Cherokee County supercell. This

storm entered Newton County near Iron

Gates and tracked across northern

sections of the county. Two weak

tornadoes were observed across open

farm land. A National Weather Service

storm survey revealed that minor tree

damage occurred. Along with the

tornadoes, a swath of golf ball size

hail was observed.

Jasper County

Webb City 0 0 30K

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

numerous trees city wide. A boat and a

car were significantly damaged from

falling trees.

Barry County

(Umn)Monett 0 0

MONTANA Central

MTZ012>013

0 0 230K

Heavy rains fell over portions of

Cascade and Chouteau counties the

weekend of June 3rd through the 5th.

Some areas received an estimated 6 to

12 inches of rain. Seven bridges were

washed out in the Highwood area of

Chouteau County which resulted in many

people being stranded and over 30

property owners warned about the rising

waters. Additionally, several campers

were stranded at camp sites that became

flooded. In Cascade County, over 200

feet of Willow Creek Road was washed

out. Power poles were knocked down in

both counties resulting in 9-1-1

emergency communications being out in

Chouteau County.

Blaine County

Hays 0 0

Blaine County

Hays 0 0

A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch

diameter hail at Hays.

Lewis And Clark

County

5 SW Augusta 0 0

A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch

diameter hail at Augusta 5SW.

Lewis And Clark

County

1 SW Augusta 0 0

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch

diameter hail at Augusta 1SW.

Lewis And Clark

County

3 E Augusta 0 0

Teton County

12 W Fairfield 0 0

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1.75 inch

diameter hail at Augusta 3E, 1 inch

diameter hail at Fairfield 12W and .75

inch diameter hail at Augusta.

Teton County

10 w Fairfield 0 0

A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch

hail at Fairfield 10W.

Teton County

6 SW Choteau 0 0

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch

diameter hail at Choteau 6SW.

Teton County

7 SE Dutton 0 0

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1.75 inch

diameter hail at Dutton 7SE.

Beaverhead County

Wise River 0 0

A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch

diameter hail at Wise River.

Lewis And Clark

County

3 S Canyon Ferry 0 0

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch

diameter hail at Canyon Ferry Dam 3S.

Jefferson County

5 W Jefferson City 0 0

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch

diamter hail at Jefferson City 5W.

Cascade County

9 S Great Falls 0 0

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 65 mph at Great Falls 9S.

MTZ015

0 0

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 63 mph at Norris 6N.

Chouteau County

17 E Ft Benton 0 0

A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch

diameter hail at Ft. Benton 17E.

Toole County

19 NNE Dunkirk 0 0

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch

diameter hail at Dunkirk 19NNE.

Liberty County

Lothair 0 0

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 86 mph at Lothair.

Fergus County

12 N Winifred 0 0

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1.75 inch

diameter hail at Winifred 12N. This

storm also produced a tornado several

minutes later.

Liberty County

27 NNE Joplin 0 0

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 70 mph at Joplin 27NNE.

Fergus County

12 N Winifred 0 0

A tornado was spotted by campers along

the Missouri River between Winifred and

Highway 191. Minimal damage was

reported to fences in the area.

Blaine County

15 N Chinook 0 0

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 60 mph at Chinook 15N.

Blaine County

12 SW Turner 0 0

A severe thunderstorm dropped .88 inch

diameter hail at Turner 12SW.

Blaine County

12 SW Turner 0 0

A tornado toched down briefly at Turner

12SW. No damage was reported. The storm

also produced .75 inch diameter hail.

Cascade County

13 S Uim 0 0

A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch

diameter hail at Ulm 13S.

Cascade County

Cascade 0 0

A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch

diameter hail at Cascade.

Chouteau County

10 SW Ft Benton 0 0

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 60 mph at Ft. Benton 10SW.

Hill County

Kremlin 0 0

Hill County

6 W Havre 0 0

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 78 mph at Kremlin and a gust to

60 mph at Havre 6W.

Blaine County

35 S Chinook 0 0

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 60 mph at Chinook 35S.

Madison County

31 SSW Cameron 0 0

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 61 mph at Cameron 31SSW (Red

Rock RAWS site).

Fergus County

15 WSW Lewistown 0 0

A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch

diameter hail at Lewistown 15WSW.

Fergus County

1 W Roy 0 0 Hail (1.00)

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch

diameter hail at Roy 1W.

Fergus County

4 SW Grassrange 0 0

A tornado was reported on the ground

for about 10 minutes at Grassrange 4SW.

The tornado damged some trees and

picked up debris from the ground but

overall damage was minimal. The tornado

was photographed in detail by an

observer. Hail up to 1 inch in diameter

was also reported with this storm.

Meagher County

4 WSW Lennep 0 0

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1.75 inch

diameter hail at Lennep 4WSW.

Cascade County

18 SSE Monarch 0 0

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1.75 inch

diameter hail at King’s Hill (Monarch

18SSE or Utica 20 WSW).

Lewis And Clark

County

8 W Helena 0 0

Lewis And Clark

County

Helena 0 0

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1.75 inch

diameter hail at Helena and 1.5 inch

diameter hail at Helena 8W. Hail from

this storm was reported to be 4 inches

deep along a half-mile stretch of

Highway 12 and was responsible for

causing several cars to slide off the

road.

Chouteau County

Geraldine 0 0

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 60 mph at Gearaldine.

Blaine County

35 S Chinook 0 0

A slow moving thunderstorm dropped 1.5

inches of rain at Chinook 35S. The

heavy rain prompted a flash flood

warning but no reports of damage were

received.

Fergus County

3 E Lewistown 0 0

A tornado was reported by the public at

Lewistown 3E. The torndao was on the

ground only briefly with no damage or

injuries reported.

Pondera County

3 W Brady 0 0

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch

diameter hail at Brady 3W.

MONTANA East

Petroleum County

30 NNE Winnett 0 0

Prairie County

12 WNW Mc Cloud 0 0

Mccone County

15 NW Circle 0 0

6-8 inches of rain fell over Dinnwitte

Creek and into Horse Creek from 5 pm

through 7 pm. The creek went from dry

to 150 feet wide. A family and grain

track driver had to be evacuated.

Prairie County

Terry 0 0

Multiple reports of crop damage and

structures damaged from hail.

Prairie County

7 W Terry 0 0

Prairie County

Terry 0 0 145K

Damaging thunderstorm winds blew over a

pivot sprinkler. The strong wind

destoyed one machine shed. There were

multiple reports of structural damage

to occupied and unoccupied structures.

A couple of cars were damaged from

fallen tree limbs.

Prairie County

4 ESE Terry 0 0 5K

A small grain bin was tossed into a

grain field and destroyed.

Garfield County

3 NW Haxby 0 0

Mccone County

4 WSW Brockway 0 0

Prairie County

32 NW Terry 0 0

Prairie County

8 NW Terry 0 0 30K

Water flowed over Highway 253 northwest

of Terry, and caused damage to the

highway.

Valley County

Ft Peck to 0 0

2 EFt Peck

Valley County

2 S Nashua 0 0

Valley County

13 E Nashua 0 0

Sheet metal torn off of a barn

Dawson County

23 WSW Glendive 0 0 20K

Two homes on County Road 256 had wind

damage to their roofs, siding, and

gutters.

Wibaux County

24 S Wibaux 0 0

Mccone County

South Portion 0 0 172K

Water was running over Horse Creek Road

northwest of Circle. There was conside-

rable damage to roads, bridges, and

culverts in the southern portion of the

county. Three bridges were out due to

the heavy rainfall, and one 6 foot

culvert collapsed along Duck Creek Road

near Watkins. One home was evacuated,

and three homes had severe flood damage

along County Road 252, and continued to

have problems during the month of June

with each additional rainfall.

Prairie County

8 W Mc Cloud 0 0

Prairie County

8 W Mc Cloud 0 0

Wibaux County

Carlyle 0 0

Dawson County

Dawson Arpt Glendive 0 0

Dawson County

2 W Bloomfield 0 0

Dawson County

8 N Lindsay 0 0

Dawson County

8 N Lindsay 0 0 50K

Eight grain bins were destroyed by the

strong wind. There was wind damage with

lots offences blown down. An old and

vacant county school was destroyed. A

calf shelter was picked up and moved by

the strong wind. A four wheel drive

tractor was moved about 100 feet. A

round bale was blown into a vehicle

causing body damage and the windshield

to be broken.

Mccone County

2 E Circle 0 0

Mccone County

8 N Circle 0 0

Valley County

Hinsdale to 0 0 75K

1 N Hinsdale

US Highway 2 was underwater in the

vicinity of Hinsdale for a short time.

Highway 537 about 1/4 mile north of

Hinsdale was covered with about 3

inches of water. One home suffered a

flooded basement in Hinsdale.

Valley County

Ft Peck 0 0

New Deal Road was under water for

approximately 100 yards. Fort Peck had

over 4 inches of rain.

Sheridan County

Westby 0 0 75K

The strong wind destroyed a barn in the

town of Westby.

Valley County

South Portion 0 0 75K

Flooding was reported along Willow

Creek Road approximately 14 miles south

of Glasgow. The flooding led to a wash

out on Willow Creek Road that was 15

feet deep and 12 feet wide.

Valley County

South Portion 0 0 200K

Flooding was reported along Antelope

Creek approximately 9.5 miles west-

nothwest of Glasgow. Antelope Creek

went from being dry to running out of

its banks, and flooded Billingsly Road

and caused severe damage to a ranch.

Water flowing across Billingsly road

was as up to 5 feet deep in spots. A

basement was flooded and three vehicles

were damaged. All fences around the

property were wiped out, and one sheep

was drown. Water flooded the ranch up

to 6 feet deep, and did not recede for

8 hours.

Roosevelt County

23 NW Poplar 0 0

Heavy rain in Roosevelt County caused

Chelsea and Box Elder Creeks to rise

significantly and flood in spots. Very

heavy rain of 4.3 inches was reported

over a small area 23 miles northwest of

Poplar. Highway 13 and some other local

roads were flooded in spots.

Phillips County

14 SW Malta 0 0

Phillips County

6 S Malta 0 0

Phillips County

7 S Malta 0 0

Phillips County

7 SSE Malta 0 0

The hail was accompanied by 2.7 inches

of rain in 45 minutes.

Petroleum County

17 N Winnett 0 0

Dry Blood Creek Raws

Garfield County

30 E Jordan 0 0

Roosevelt County

Poplar 0 0

Phillips County

12 SW Malta to 0 0

12 SE Malta

Alkali Creek came out of its banks on

some gravel roads in the area with many

fields flooded along Highway 191. The

area of flash flooding was from 12

miles southwest of Malta to 12 miles

southeast of Malta. Rainfall of 2.7

inches fell in just 45 minutes at one

location. A lots of debris swept into

the fencing.

Petroleum County

8 N Winnett to 0 0

30 NE Winnett

The heaviest rainfall was from about 8

miles north of Winnett to 30 miles

northeast of Winnett in an area about

15 miles wide. Valentine Road from 5 to

10 miles north of Winnett was washed

out. There was a report of 1.18 inches

of rain 18 miles north of Winnett with

a culvert washed out.

MTZ017

0 0

Sheridan County

Reserve 0 0 10K

Lightning caused a fire at the Reserve

oil station along Highway 13. The oil

station was struck by lightning, and a

cow directly across the highway was

also struck and instantly killed. The

lightning ignited the vent pipes at the

top of two 400 barrel oil tanks.

Phillips County

Zortman 0 0

Phillips County

8 S Malta 0 0

Phillips County

20 N Saco 0 0

Phillips County

20 N Saco 0 0

Valley County

7 NW Hinsdale 0 0

Valley County

25 N Hinsdale 0 0

Valley County

4 N Hinsdale 0 0

Valley County

33 SW Glasgow 0 0

Valley County

Baylor 0 0

Valley County

5 S Opheim 0 0

Garfield County

18 N Jordan 0 0

Valley County

4 WNW Ft Peck 0 0

Valley County

Ft Peck 0 0

Valley County

9 SSW Lustre 0 0 25K

Roofs were blown off buildings and a

hanger collapsed. An airplane that was

in the hanger suffered damage. Several

wind breaks were also destroyed. A

power line was blown down, and pieces

of roofing were in the power lines that

were still standing.

Roosevelt County

Wolf Pt 0 0

Valley County

30 SW Glasgow 0 0

Daniels County

Flaxville 0 0

Trees were downed in Flaxville by

strong wind that accompanied a

thunderstorm.

Daniels County

.2 S Scobey 0 0

The strong wind tore off an awning, and

tore off a 20 by 12 foot deck from a

house and was broken apart. A grain bin

was destroyed and wound up in a field a

few hundred yards from the house.

Garfield County

16 S Jordan 0 0

Garfield County

25 SSE Jordan 0 0

Petroleum County

8 ESE Winnett 0 0

Garfield County

33 SW Jordan 0 0

Dawson County

24 WSW Glendive 0 0

Wibaux County

24 S Wibaux 0 0

Phillips County

8 N Dodson 0 0 5K

Large hail caused damage to a vehicle

Phillips County

12 NE Dodson 0 0

Phillips County

7 N Wagner 0 0

Phillips County

7 N Wagner 0 0

Phillips County

5 NE Malta 0 0 100K

The large hail caused roof, siding,

window, and gutter damage to eight

houses.

Valley County

28 W Glasgow 0 0

Valley County

Duck Creek 0 0

Valley County

Duck Creek 0 0 150K

The hail caused extensive damage to

roofs, siding, windows, gutters, and

screens in Duck Creek.

Valley County

Ft Peck 0 0 900K

The hail caused extensive damage to

roofs, siding, windows, gutters, and

screens in the town of Fort Peck. Many

vehicles also had hail damage.

Valley County

Ft Peck 0 0

Valley County

Ft Peck 0 0

Valley County

Ft Peck 0 0

Valley County

Park Grove 0 0

Valley County

Park Grove 0 0

Valley County

Ft Peck 0 0

Water gushing down the streets in town.

Approximately 1 to 2 inches of rain

fell.

Valley County

4 NNW Ft Peck 0 0

Valley County

7 S Glasgow 0 0

Water running over Highway 24 about 7

miles south of Glasgow.

Mccone County

17 WSW Vida 0 0

Valley County

1 E Nashua 0 0

Fields were flooded along both sides of

US Highway 2.

Roosevelt County

Culbertson 0 0

Several trees were damaged or blown

down in the town of Culbertson by wind

gusts by wind gusts estimated at 80 mph

Richland County

16 NW Lambert 0 0

4 to 6 inch branches broken off of

trees.

Richland County

20 NW Sidney 0 0

Roosevelt County

Bainville 0 0

Roosevelt County

Stateline 0 0

Richland County

2 NW Sidney 0 0

Valley County

12 W Opheim 0 0

Valley County

11 SE Glentana 0 0

Valley County

5 N Opheim 0 0

Valley County

4 S Tampico to 0 0

4 NW Glasgow

Runoff from thunderstorms that produced

about an inch of rain produced flash

flooding of the Antelope Creek west of

Glasgow from Tampico Road to

Billingsley Road. The ground was

already saturated in the area due to

flooding the previous week.

Garfield County

4 SSW Mosby 0 0

Garfield County

10 SE Edwards 0 0

Phillips County

Malta 0 0 5K

Wind gusts of up to 87 mph downed

several trees in Malta and caused some

damage to fences and to a horse

trailer. A tree branch fell against one

house tearing the power leads loose and

cutting electricty to a couple of

homes.

Phillips County

5 N Malta 0 0 20K

A mobile home was tossed upside down

and onto a barbed wire fence.

Phillips County

Malta 0 0

Phillips County

Saco 0 0

Pea sized hail accompanied the

thunderstorm along with approximately 1

inch of rain.

Valley County

10 NW Hinsdale 0 0

Pea sized hail accompanied the

thunderstorm. There was some crop

damage in the area.

Valley County

11 NW Hinsdale 0 0

Valley County

11 NW Hinsdale 0 0

Valley County

4 NW Hinsdale 0 0

Valley County

10 NW Hinsdale 0 0

The penny sized hail combined with wind

gusts of 60 mph produced significant

damage to the winter wheat crop.

Valley County

4 NW Hinsdale 0 0

Four 10 inch diameter trees and

numerous 6 to 8 inch diameter branches

were knocked down by the strong

thunderstorm wind, which was estimated

to be at least 60 mph sustained, with

higher gusts.

Phillips County

4 NE Saco 0 0

Valley County

Bluff Creek 0 0

Richland County

12 NNW Enid 0 0

6 to 8 inch tree limbs down. Appears

that the strong wind was in association

with channel outflow from distant

thunderstorms.

Phillips County

10 SW Malta 0 0

Dust reported coming up at mile marker

147 along Highway 191.

Phillips County

25 S Malta 0 0

Petroleum County

23 NW Winnett 0 0

Phillips County

10 SW Wagner 0 0

Phillips County

7 W Malta 0 0

Phillips County

7 W Malta 0 0

Phillips County

Malta 0 0

Pea sized hail along with 40 mph winds.

Phillips County

4 SSE Content 0 0

Phillips County

10 E Malta 0 0 7K

Significant car damage with the back

window of a vehicle smashed out.

Phillips County

9 WNW Saco 0 0

Mccone County

5 SSE Ft Peck Lake H 0 0

4 SSE Ft Peck Lake

Handar

Phillips County

8 NNE Bowdoin 0 0

Phillips County

Saco 0 0

Phillips County

3 NNE Saco 0 0

Valley County

13 N Saint Marie 0 0

Valley County

14 N Saint Marie 0 0

Valley County

Baylor 0 0

The hail was accompanied by 40 to 50

mph winds.

Valley County

8 SW Lustre 0 0

Valley County

16 N Saint Marie 0 0

Flooding reported on Gilbert Lane east

of Highway 24

Valley County

7 SSW Lustre 0 0

Valley County

3 N Baylor 0 0

Valley County

8 NNE Lustre 0 0

Daniels County

Scobey 0 0

Roosevelt County

17 N Wolf Pt 0 0

Daniels County

6 S Flaxville 0 0

Garfield County

25 SW Jordan 0 0

Garfield County

25 SW Jordan 0 0

Sheridan County

5 E Redstone 0 0

Sheridan County

10 NE Reserve 0 0

Roosevelt County

17 N Brockton 0 0

Garrield County

27 NE Jordan 0 0

Sheridan County

15 SE Plentywood 0 0

Valley County

Saint Marie 0 0

Valley County

2 N Ft Peck 0 0

Sheridan County

3 E Homestead 0 0

Sheridan County

Homestead 0 0

Mccone County

Cow Creek 0 0

Roosevelt County

2 W Wolf Pt 0 0

Mccone County

14 NNE Vida 0 0

Roosevelt County

28 NNE Poplar 0 0

Roosevelt County

Poplar 0 0 5K

An abandon house trailer was blown

across US Highway 2.

Daniels County

4 E Whitetail 0 0

Sheridan County

3 N Medicine Lake 0 0

Roosevelt County

Wolf Pt 0 0

Dawson County

Bloomfield 0 0

Roosevelt County

Froid 0 0

A barn roof collapsed and several trees

were down.

Sheridan County

Dagmar 0 0

A 22 foot pine tree was uprooted by the

strong thunderstorm winds.

Sheridan County

Medicine Lake (Raws) 0 0

Sheridan County

13 SSE Redstone 0 0

Sheridan County

13 E Medicine Lake 0 0

Sheridan County

4 N Medicine Lake 0 0

Richland County

5 N Sidney 0 0

Sheridan County

19 SE Reserve 0 0

The hail was accompanied by 50 mph wind

gusts.

Richland County

Savage 0 0

Richland County

Savage 0 0

Petroleum County

22 NW Winnett 0 0

A nearly stationary thunderstorm across

western Petroleum county produced 3.91

inches of rain in a little over an

hour. The heavy rain was accompanied by

4 to 6 inches of pea sized hail. The

combination of the rain and hail led to

drifts that were nearly a foot deep.

The Little Bear creek came out of it’s

banks in spots and led to basement

flooding in one home.

Petroleum County

Winnett 0 0

Petroleum County

12 N Winnett 0 0

Petroleum County

Winnett 0 0

Garfield County

24 W Brusett 0 0

Phillips County

Whitewater 0 0

Garfield County

20 W Brusett 0 0

Garfield County

13 WNW Brusett 0 0

Phillips County

1 E Whitewater 0 0

Phillips County

6 S Malta 0 0

Garfeld County

10 SE Edwards 0 0

Garfield County

Jordan Arpt 0 0

Measured at the Jordan ASOS.

Garfield County

Jordan 0 0

A trailer at the old Montana State

Department of Transportation

maintenance shop in Jordan was blown

over on its side.

Garfield County

10 W Jordan 0 0

Water flowing over County Road 245.

Garfield County

4 NNE Van Norman 0 0

50 to 60 foot cottonwood trees downed.

Prairie County

12 SW Terry 0 0

Mccone County

15 W Circle 0 0

Prairie County

5 W Terry 0 0

Wibaux County

10 SW St Phillip 0 0

Garfield County

17 NE Jordan to 0 0

25 E Jordan

Areas from approximately 17 miles

northeast of Jordan to 25 miles east of

Jordan experienced heavy rainfall. The

rain washed across numerous county

gravel roads. At least two culverts

were washed out. The runoff from

tributaries of the Big Dry Creek

brought the creek up significantly, but

it remained within its banks.

Prairie County

23 E Fallon 0 0

Wibaux County

4 W Carlyle 0 0

Wibaux County

18 S Wibaux 0 0

Wind gusts estimated in the 60 to 70

mph range.

Valley County

6 NE Opheim 0 0

Roanwood Creek and the confluence of

the west fork of the Poplar River had

water running out of its banks and over

Mason Road.

Wibaux County

20 N Wibaux 0 0

An area that is normally dry was under

2 to 3 feet of water across an area of

approximately 75 to 100 feet.

Wibaux County

5 E Wibaux 0 0

Phillips County

9 S Saco to 0 0

6 WSW Saco

Very heavy rain fell in the Larb Creek

basin, and a trained weather spotter

report of 2.3 inches of rain in a short

period of time. Water was over Larb

Creek Road where the Fourth Creek flows

into the Larb Creek. At least one

culvert washed out. This area includes

both Phillips and Valley counties as

the Larb Creek meanders across the

county line.

Dawson County

6 E Glendive to 0 0 112K

6 NE Glendive

Thunderstorms which produced up to 4

inches of rainfall caused the water in

the Glendive Creek approximately 6

miles east of Glendive to go from 6

inches deep and 6 feet wide to approxi-

mately 12 feet deep and nearly 100 feet

wide. The water crossed old Highway 10.

About 6 miles northeast of Glendive a

bridge on Belle Prairie Road was washed

out as well as a culvert on Road 311.

Wibaux County

25 N Wibaux 0 0

Water from Smith Creek went out of its

banks about 125 feet wide and flooded

over Skaar Road. A bridge is signifi-

cantly damaged. The flooding washed

over roads in nearly 100 places accor-

ding to the Highway Department. The

roads in the northern portion of Wibaux

County were out in so many places that

the highway department ran out of flags

to mark the flooding. Two ranches in

the area measured 3 to 3.5 inches of

rain.

Valley County

6 WSW Hinsdale to 0 0

8 WSW Hinsdale

Very heavy rain fell in the Larb Creek

basin, and a trained weather spotter

report of 2.3 inches of rain in a short

period of time. Water was over Larb

Creek Road where the Fourth Creek flows

into the Larb Creek. At least one

culvert washed out. This area includes

both Phillips and Valley counties as

the Larb Creek meanders across the

county line.

MONTANA, South

Big Horn County

Ft Smith 0 0

Hail covered roads

Big Horn County

3 S Garryowen 0 0

Car windows broken on Interstate 90

Carter County

12 SE Ekalaka 0 0

Carter County

10 SE Ekalaka 0 0

Carter County

17 E Ekalaka 0 0

Fallon County

2 SW Baker 0 0

Small funnel for about two mintues

Fallon County

4 S Baker 0 0

Fallon County

Baker 0 0

Brief funnel cloud

Fallon County

2 SW Baker 0 0

Fallon County

Baker 0 0

Fallon County

2 N Baker 0 0

Fallon County

5 W Baker 0 0

Brief funnel cloud

Fallon County

5 W Baker 0 0

Powder River County

Epsie 0 0

Powder River County

9 W Broadus 0 0

Powder River County

4 S Broadus 0 0

Carter County

Ekalaka 0 0

Carter County

Ekalaka 0 0

Penny size hail reported by County

Sheriff

Carter County

Ekalaka 0 0

Carter County

10 NW Ekalaka 0 0

Carter County

Ekalaka 0 0

Fallon County

4 S Plevna 0 0

Fallon County

9 E Baker 0 0

Fallon County

8 ESE Webster 0 0

Numerous penny size hail stones mixed

with half dollar size hail stones

Fallon County

9 SW Olllie 0 0

Large tornado. No reports of damage.

Fallon County

Ollie 0 0

Carter County

10 NW Ekalaka 0 0

Four different tornado touchdown over a

30 minute period northwest of Ekalaka.

The tornadoes came from different parts

of a large mesocyclone. At times …

the tornadoes had mutiple vortices. No

damage was reported as the area was

sparsely populated.

10 W Biddle 0 0

The tornado touched down in the

vicinity of Buffalo Creek Ranch about

1/2 mile west and 1/2 mile north of the

intersection of Olmstead Road and Bay

Horse Road, which is five miles south

of the state line in Campbell County,

Wyoming, and about 25 miles north of

Recluse, Wyoming. There was some minor

damage to a shop and barn, as well as,

several trees downed. A few fence posts

were pulled out and a grain bin was set

on a flatbed trailer. There were homes

near the tree damage, but the homes

were not damaged.

Powder River County

4 S Broadus 0 0

Very heavy rain in an hour led to many

flooded fields, and water running

across roads in a few places. Four

miles north, Broadus reported 1.25

inches of rain within an hour. There

were other reports of 1.5 to 2 inches

of rain in the southern part of Powder

River County.

Powder River County

Epsie 0 0

Washed out culvert near Epsie and Mile

Marker 94.5 on Highway 212 west of

Broadus due to a heavy thunderstorm.

Highway 212 from just northwest of

Broadus to Ashland was closed for 22

hours after the flash flood.

Powder River County

Broadus 0 0

Funnel cloud in the Crane Acres area of

Broadus. It extended at least half way

to the ground, but it did not touch

down. Several people in the Broadus

area reported seeing the funnel cloud.

Wheatland County

Harlowton 0 0

Nickel to quarter size hail

Sweet Grass County

9 NNW Big Timber 0

Yellowstone County

2 NE Billings 0

Yellowstone County

5 NE Billings 0 0

Yellowstone County

3 E Billings 0 0

Yellowstone County

3 NE Billings 0 0

Mostly ping pong ball sized hail, but a

few as large as hen eggs

Musselshell County

13 N Musselshell 0 0

Big Horn County

Hardin 0 0

Wheatland County

Judith Gap 0 0

Custer County

24 E Volborg 0 0

Carter County

1 N Ekalaka 0 0

Fallon County

14 SE Baker 0 0

Fallon County

25 SSE Baker 0 0

Carter County

2 NW Mill Iron 0 0

Windows broken, cars damaged

Carter County

Ridge 0 0

Powder River County

Broadus 0 0

Powder River County

Broadus 0 0

Powder River County

Broadus 0 0

Powder River County

12 NE Broadus 0 0

Mostly half inch diameter hail, but a

few as large as golf balls

Rosebud County

14 NE Ingomar 0 0

Custer County

Miles City 0 0

The underpass and the city library had

minor flooding. In addition, some

county roads had water running over

them. A county road shoulder was washed

out.

Custer County

3 NE Miles City 0 0

Hail damage to mobile home near Kircher

Creek from nickel to quarter size hail.

Custer County

5 NE Miles City 0 0

Some crop damage in the Miles City area

from the combination of the hail and

wind.

Fallon County

2 S Plevna 0 0

1.50 inches of rain fell within 45

minutes resulting in minor flooding of

creeks.

Rosebud County

11 SW Sumatra 0 0

Treasure County

20 NW Hysham 0 0

Carbon County

2 N Bridger 0 0

MONTANA, South

Stillwater County

Park City 0 0

Stillwater County

4 W Park City 0 0

Yellowstone County

6 SE Billings 0 0

Powder River County

16 NE Broadus 0 0

Powder River County

16 NE Broadus 0 0

Carbon County

7 NE Joliet 0 0

Carter County

Ridge 0 0

Yellowstone County

6 SE Laurel 0 0

Carbon County

Red Lodge 0 0

Carbon County

Red Lodge 0 0

Carbon County

2 N Red Lodge 0 0

Carter County

12 NE Boyes 0 0

Big Horn County

Hardin 0 0

Yellowstone County

25 SSE Billings to 0 0

8 NE Billings

Inch to inch and half diameter hail

seen laying next to the road 30 minutes

after the storm had moved through. Time

estimate based on radar.

Big Horn County

6 N Crow Agency 0 0

Park County

Wilsall 0 0

Rosebud County

Colstrip 0 0

Custer County

10 W Volborg 0 0

Powder River County

10 NW Olive 0 0

Golden Valley County

Belmont 0 0

Musselshell County

Roundup 0 0

Golden Valley County

15 SW Ryegate 0 0

Rosebud County

13 SW Sumatra 0 0

Rosebud County

Sumatra 0 0

Custer County

32 ESE Volborg 0 0

Powder River County

11 NE Moorhead 0 0

MONTANA, South

Powder River County

Moorhead 0 0

Carter County

3 NE Mill Iron 0 0

Powder River County

15 N Broadus 0 0

Highway 59 closed due to a creek

flowing over the road. One vehicle

washed off the roadway.

Powder River County

9 N Broadus 0 0

Carter County

14 W Alzada 0 0

Winds gusting to 60 mph

Powder River County

16 NE Broadus 0 0

Carter County

Ekalaka 0 0

Wind gusts to 60 mph

Carter County

Mill Iron 0 0

MTZ033

0 0

Heavy rain from thunderstorms resulted

in flooded fields. Portions of Plevna

and Baker were also flooded due to

overflowing fields that encroached into

portions of the towns. Sandstone

reservoir overtopped the spillway. In

addition, a few county roads were

washed out. However, no injuries were

reported.

Park County

5 W Livingston 0 0

Wheatland County

Harlowton 0 0

Wheatland County

2 W Shawmut 0 0

Wall cloud and funnel cloud just west

of Shawmut

Wheatland County

Shawmut 0 0

Stillwater County

18 NW Columbus 0 0

Stillwater County

7 N Reed Pt 0 0

Stillwater County

7 NE Rapelje 0 0

Yellowstone County

15 N Pompeys Pillar 0 0

Rosebud County

Colstrip 0 0

Big Horn County

4 NW Decker 0 0

Billings 0 0

NWS employee reported penny size hail

around 27th street in downtown

Billings.

Yellowstone County

Billings 0 0

Big Horn County

St Xavier 0 0

Big Horn County

9 N Lodge Grass 0 0

Big Horn County

4 N Lodge Grass 0 0

Big Horn County

1 SW Wyola 0 0

Big Horn County

5 S Busby 0 0

Rosebud County

Lame Deer 0 0

Rosebud County

2 N Ashland 0 0

Rosebud County

3 E Ashland 0 0

Powder River County

17 NW Sonnette 0 0

Powder River County

16 NW Sonnette 0 0

Powder River County

19 NW Sonnette 0 0

Big Horn County

4 NW Decker 0 0

Powder River County

12 NW Broadus 0 0

Powder River County

15 N Broadus 0 0

Powder River County

12 N Broadus 0 0

Fallon County

14 N Baker 0 0

Powder River County

2 N Broadus 0 0

Powder River County

3 W Broadus 0 0

Carter County

12 SW Ekalaka 0 0

Garden shredded

Carter County

15 E Ekalaka 0 0

Leaves stripped from trees

MONTANA, West

MTZ002>003

0 0 701K

Three days of moderate to heavy rain on

top of snow pack in the Mission and

Swan Mountains caused small creeks to

flood with mud and debris flows causing

damage. Total rainfall amounts ranged

from 2.50 inches in the valleys, and 4

to 7 inches over higher terrain in Lake

County. Damage occurred mainly in Lake

County due to washouts of roads and

clogged culverts from debris and water

flowing out of the Mission Mountains.

Several bridges along creeks were also

damaged. The worse damage occurred

along the east side of Flathead Lake on

Highway 35 between mile markers 9 and

12. The highway was closed for several

days from several creeks that had

washed out and covered the highway with

debris and mud. Montana Pines RV Park

along the east shore was flooded with

two recreational vehicles damaged from

high water. Near Ronan, Post and North

Crow Creeks flooded and trapped 14

families on Michel Road, where a bridge

was washed out and a home was flooded.

Three families were cut off by high

water on Canyon Mill Road east of

Ronan. Flooding of roads also occurred

near St. Ignatius. Damage ranged from

$200,000 in the city of Ronan to

$500,000 for Lake County. In Flathead

County, a home was flooded from Hemlar

Creek over topping its banks. Other

creeks that flooded were Krause and

Handkerchief were homes were also

threatened by high water. Flooding of

low lying areas was reported near Swan

Lake. In Big Fork Bay, the combination

of high creek flows and high water in

Flathead Lake, caused rising water and

minor damage to docks in the bay. In

Glacier National Park, the Going to the

Sun Road was closed due to rockslides

from heavy rainfall.

Flathead County

Whitefish to 0 0 12K

Bigfork

Strong thunderstorms moved through the

northern and eastern portions of the

Flathead Valley from Whitefish,

Kalispell, Columbia Falls, Corum to

Ferndale and to Big Fork. Thunderstorm

winds caused numerous trees to fall

onto power lines with widespread power

outages. Flathead County Sheriff also

reported damage to a roof of a business

in Kalispell.

Deer Lodge County

Anaconda 0 0

Deer Lodge County

8 SE Anaconda 0 0

Silver Bow County

Rocker 0 0 5K

Strong thunderstorms moved through

Anaconda and Rocker areas, with large

hail up to golf ball size reported in

each location. A weather spotter

reported hail damage to cars in Rocker.

Granite County

5 W Drummond 0 0

Ravalli County

6 E Darby 0 0

Ravalli County

Hamilton 0 0

Ravalli County

Hamilton 0 0

Severe thunderstorms with strong winds

blew down power lines and started

numerous fires in Hamilton during the

evening hours. Trees were also blown

down onto Sula Peak Road.

Location Character of Storm

MISSOURI, East

Knox County

Newark Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Knox County

Newark Hail (0.75)

Storm spotters reported large tree

limbs down and 3/4 inch hail in Newark.

Shelby County

4 N Bethel Hail (0.75)

Storm spotters reported 3/4 inch hail.

Shelby County

4 W Shelbyville Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

The Sheriff Department reported that a

barn was damaged by thunderstorm winds

with debris landing on Route K west of

Shelbyville.

Knox County

Knox City Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Storm spotters reported large tree

limbs down and the roof of a grocery

storm damaged.

MISSOURI, East

Lewis County

La Belle Hail (0.75)

The public reported 3/4 inch hail.

Moniteau County

Tipton Hail (0.75)

Local law enforcement reported 3/4 inch

hail.

Moniteau County

Fortuna Lightning

A lightning strike is believed to have

started a fire which destroyed the 103

year old Fortuna United Methodist

Church.

Boone County

Columbia Lightning

An early morning lighting strike

started a fire at a home on Glenn

Wesley Court resulting in at least

$30,000 in damage.

MOZ064

Excessive Heat

An 83 year old woman died in her home

from heat related causes. The central

air conditioning was not turned on and

all the windows were closed. High

temperatures the previous couple of

days had been in the middle 90’s. F83PH

Jefferson County

Festus Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Thunderstorm wind gusts downed some

tree limbs resulting in power outages

in Festus and surrounding areas. About

4000 people lost power for about 5

hours.

Knox County

Knox City Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A storm spotter reported some large

tree limbs down.

Shelby County

Shelbina Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

A storm spotter reported a large tree

down in his backyard.

Lewis County

La Grange Thunderstorm Wind (G53)

Thunderstorm wind gusts damaged the

porch of a home in La Grange.

Ste. Genevieve

County

Ste Genevieve Thunderstorm Wind (G54)

Thunderstorm wind gusts damaged some

power poles and downed a few trees.

About 285 people lost power for about

4 hours.

Marion County

Hannibal Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Hannibal Emergency Management and storm

spotters reported several trees and

power lines down across town. One house

on Vermont Street was damaged by a

downed tree.

Ralls County

New London Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Amateur radio spotters reported some

large tree limbs down.

Monroe County

3 SW Paris Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

The Missouri Highway Department

reported a tree down blocking the

westbound lane of Route AA.

Pike County

Frankford Thunderstorm Wind (G54)

Pike County

Curryville Thunderstorm Wind (G54)

Pike County

Bowling Green Thunderstorm Wind (G54)

Storm spotters reported trees and large

tree limbs down in Frankford, Bowling

Green, and Curryville.

Boone County

Centralia Hail (0.75)

Boone County

Centralia Hail (0.88)

Storm spotters reported hail up to

nickel size.

Boone County

Columbia Hail (0.75)

Boone County

5 N Columbia Hail (1.00)

Boone County

Columbia Hail (1.25)

Law enforcement and storm spotters

reported hail ranging from 3/4 inch to

1 1/4 inch in Columbia and just north

of town.

St. Charles County

St Charles Arpt Thunderstorm Wind (G54)

ASOS at the St. Charles Airport

recorded a 62 mph wind gust.

Callaway County

Fulton Hail (1.00)

A storm spotter reported 1 inch hail.

Montgomery County

Danville Hail (0.75)

Local law enforcement reported 3/4 inch

hail.

St. Charles County

3 NW St Charles Thunderstorm Wind (G54)

St. Charles County

St Charles Thunderstorm Wind (G54)

St. Charles County

St Peters Thunderstorm Wind (G54)

Local law enforcement reported large

tree limbs down in several areas of

St. Charles. The public reported a

couple of large trees down northwest of

St. Charles and local law enforcement

reported several large tree limbs down

in St. Peters.

Montgomery County

Montgomery City Thunderstorm Wind (G53)

Storm spotters reported tree limbs and

power lines down.

St. Louis County

Wildwood Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A storm spotter reported large tree

limbs down at the intersection of

Highway 100 and 109.

Montgomery County

Big Spg Hail (0.75)

Employees of the Missouri Department of

Natural Resources reported 3/4 inch

hail.

St. Louis County

Creve Coeur Hail (0.88)

St. Louis County

Creve Coeur Hail (1.00)

St. Louis County

Maryland Hgts Hail (1.00)

St. Louis County

3 SW Olivette Hail (1.75)

St. Louis County

Maryland Hgts Hail (1.25)

St. Louis County

2 N Vly Park Thunderstorm Wind (G53)

St. Louis County

St Johns Hail (1.00)

A complex of severe thunderstorms

dropped hail from nickel to gollball

size across parts of west central and

north central St. Louis County. Strong

winds in the southern part of the

county downed some large tree limbs.

St. Louis County

West Central Portion Flash Flood

Jefferson County

High Ridge Flash Flood

St. Louis (C)

St Louis Flash Flood

Rainfall of 2-3 inches in an hour or

less caused localized flash flooding

across parts of St. Louis and Jefferson

Counties and St. Louis City. Almost a

foot of water was reported flowing

across Lindbergh Blvd in west central

St. Louis County. Flooding was reported

across north Jefferson County

especially near High Ridge. Parts of

Route PP, Antire Road and White Ash

Road were closed due to flooding.

Several streets in southwest St. Louis

City became impassable due to high

water.

St. Louis County

Fenton Hail (1.50)

The public reported 1 1/2 inch hail in

Fenton.

Jefferson County

High Ridge Hail (0.75)

The public reported 3/4 inch hail.

St. Louis County

Maplewood Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

St. Louis (C)

St Louis Hail (0.75)

St. Louis (C)

St Louis Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Thunderstorms wind gusts downed trees,

large tree limbs, power lines, and some

traffic signals across the southwest

part of St. Louis. Trees were

reported down along McCausland and

Jamieson Avenues. A large tree limb put

a hole in the roof of an apartment on

Southwest Avenue. Traffic signals were

downed at Arsenal and Southwest Avenue.

In Maplewood, downed trees took down

power lines and damaged power poles.

Jefferson County

High Ridge Hail (1.00)

Jefferson County

High Ridge Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

The public reported a few large trees

down along with 1 inch hail.

St. Louis County

Affton Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Amateur radio spotters reported a large

tree limb blown onto a house in the

Affton area.

St. Louis County

Fenton Hail (1.75)

St. Louis County

Fenton Hail (1.75)

Storm spotters reported hail up to

golfball size.

Jefferson County

High Ridge Hail (1.00)

The Sheriff Department reported 1 inch

hail.

Cole County

Jefferson City Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Thunderstorm wind gusts took down some

large tree limbs, small trees, an a few

backyard storage buildings. A large

tree limb fell on power lines and

snapped two power poles in the 3 100

block of Rock Ridge Road.

Warren County

Warrenton Hail (1.00)

Warren County

Warrenton Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Storm spotters reported 1 inch hail and

wind gusts that broke some large tree

limbs.

Lincoln County

Foley Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Lincoln County

7 SW Troy Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Thunderstorm wind gusts downed large

tree branches on Highway 79 and Highway

Y near Foley. Tree limbs were also down

on Highway U between Highways J and 47

southwest of Troy.

Warren County

Wright City Hail (0.75)

Storm spotters reported 3/4 inch hail.

Lincoln County

Silex Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Thunderstorm wind gusts downed some

power lines.

Callaway County

10 S Fulton Hail (0.75)

Security at the AmerenUE Callaway

Nuclear Power Plant reported 3/4 inch

hail.

Audrain County

10 S Vandalia Hail (1.75)

Pike County

New Hartford Hail (2.50)

Pike County

Ashley Hail (1.75)

A severe thunderstorm put down a swath

of large hail from southeast Audrain

County into southwest Pike County. Hail

up to 2 1/2 inches in diameter was

reported near New Hartford with at

least golfball size hail falling from

south of Vandalia to near Ashley. There

was quite a bit of crop damage along

the path, some farm homes suffered roof

damage, and a few vehicles were also

damaged.

Lincoln County

Elsberry Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Large tree limbs broke and took down a

couple of power lines.

Montgomery County

New Florence Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Thunderstorm winds knocked down a

couple of trees and power lines.

Pike County

Louisiana Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Thunderstorm winds downed a couple of

trees along Highway 54 on the east side

of Louisiana. Power was also reported

out in parts of town.

Gasconade County

Hermann Hail (0.75)

Local law enforcement reported 3/4 inch

hail.

Franklin County

Washington Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Amateur radio spotters reported trees

down in a city park.

Warren County

Warrenton Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Amateur radio spotters reported several

small trees down.

St. Charles County

Flint Hill Thunderstorm Wind (G68)

St. Charles County

Lake St Louis Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

St. Charles County

Wentzville Thunderstorm Wind (G54)

St. Charles County

O Fallon Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Storm spotters measured wind gusts of

78 in Flint Hill and 62 mph in

Wentzville. A house under construction

in Flint Hill was damaged by the wind.

Trees and power lines were also down in

the area. In Lake St. Louis, roof

shingles were blown off the roof of the

Community Center building. A sail boat

sank and trees and power lines were

down. In O’Fallon, a couple of 1 foot

diameter trees were downed.

Franklin County

Gray Summit Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Amateur radio spotters reported trees

down.

Lincoln County

Moscow Mills Tornado (F0)

An off duty Sheriff Deputy reported a

small tornado near Meyer Road and

Highway C. There was no damage.

Lincoln County

Winfield Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A couple of trees were down on the west

side of Winfield.

St. Charles County

O Fallon Hail (0.75)

St. Charles County

Orchard Farm Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

St. Charles County

St Charles Arpt Thunderstorm Wind (G59)

St. Charles County

2 SW St Peters Hail (1.00)

MISSOURI, East

St. Charles County

St Peters Hail (0.75)

St. Charles County

2 SSE St Peters Hail (0.75)

St. Charles County

St Peters Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

St. Charles County

Wentzville Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A wind gust of 68 mph was measured by

the ASOS at the St. Charles Airport.

Trees and large tree limbs were reported

down St.Charles and St. Peters. Trees

were down and the siding on a home was

damaged in Orchard Farm. Hail up to 1

inch in diameter was reported in St.

Peters.

Franklin County

Washington Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Franklin County

1 W Union Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Thunderstorms winds downed trees and

power lines in Washington and near

Union. In Washington, a tree fell on a

home on Roberts Street. Two people

inside suffered minor injuries. The

County Sheriff reported trees and power

lines down just west of Union.

Lincoln County

Old Monroe Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Amateur radio spotters reported several

power poles bent over at a 45 degree

angle along Highway 79.

Warren County

Wright City Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Thunderstorm wind gusts blew the tin

roof off of a storage building. The tin

damaged a car and a nearby business

sign.

St. Charles County

St Peters Hail (1.00)

Amateur radio spotters reported 1 inch

hail near Mid Rivers Mail Drive and

I-70.

St. Louis County

2 N Florissant Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A large oak tree was downed in Sioux

Passage Park.

St. Charles County

Weldon Spg Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A 30 foot cedar tree was downed neat

the intersection of Independence and

Patriotic Roads.

St. Louis County

4 W Eureka Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Amateur radio spotters reported large

tree limbs down.

Franklin County

Pacific Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Amateur radio spotters reported 6 inch

diameter trees down.

St. Louis (C)

Tower Grove Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

The public reported large tree limbs

down in south St. Louis. A stop sign

was blown down along Iowa Street.

Jefferson County

House Spgs Hail (1.00)

A storm spotter reported 1 inch hail.

St. Louis County

Oakville Hail (0.75)

Amateur radio spotters reported 3/4

inch hail.

Crawford County

3 SW Cuba Hail (0.75)

A storm spotter reported 3/4 inch hail

along 1-44 southwest of Cuba.

Crawford County

Bourbon Hail (0.75)

The County Sheriff reported 3/4 inch

hail in Boubon.

MOZ052-061>065

Excessive Heat

The first heat wave of the season hit

in late June. High temperatures during

the period were in the lower to upper

90’s, with the peak of 98 being reached

at Lambert St. Louis International

Airport on June 29. The heat index

during the period ranged from 100 to

around 105.

Lewis County

Maywood Lightning

Three men were injured when the truck

they were standing by was struck by

lightning. The men were knocked to the

ground and were treated for superficial

burns. The bolt melted the radio

antenna, the radio, left a hole in the

back window, and left bum marks on the

drive’s side mirror.

Franklin County

Washington Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

A sudden severe thunderstorm took down

trees, large tree limbs, and power

lines in Washington. At least two homes

had large tree limbs fall on them

causing minor damage. Several power

lines were downed by trees causing at

least 3000 people to lose power. A

lightning strike knocked down a 34,000

volt electric line causing rain water

to boil in the street.

Gasconade County

Drake Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Thunderstorm wind gusts destroyed a

shed at a farm and downed some trees

and power lines along Highway 19 near

Drake. Debris from the shed caused

minor roof damage to the home.

MISSOURI, Lower

Dunklin County

Campbell Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Some tree limbs and power lines were

knocked down.

MISSOURI, Northeast

Clark County

Wayland Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees and power lines down; signs down

as well.

Scotland County

Arbela Hail (0.88)

0.75 to 0.88 inch hail

A squall line developed from Western

Iowa into Northeast Kansas and raced

eastward across Iowa, Northern

Missouri, and Northern Illinois

producing wind damage during the mid to

late evening hours. Ahead of the squall

line, an upper level disturbance

initiated scattered severe

thunderstorms in a nearly moist

atmosphere. These storms were mainly

prolific hail producers with some

localized downbursts.

Scotland County

Memphis Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Large tree limbs down

Clark County

1.3 N Anson Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

15 inch diameter tree down at the

junction of County Route V and highway

81. A squall line developed across

central Iowa during the overnight hours

and moved east. As the squall line

entered southeast Iowa, it began to bow

out and raced across Jefferson, Henry,

Louisa, and Des Moines Counties causing

extensive damage. The bow echo crossed

before weakening. The squall line did

manage to produce isolated severe

damage in Bureau and Putnam Counties

in Illinois. The far southern edge of

the squall line managed to produce

isolated to scattered severe reports

across Northeast Missouri, Lee County

Iowa, and Hancock and McDonough

counties in Illinois.

MISSOURI, Northwest

Clinton County

Cameron Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees and power lines down.

Johnson County

6 W Chilhowee Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Tree limbs and shingles off a porch

roof blown down.

Lafayette County

Corder Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Power lines and tree limbs down.

Lafayette County

Waverly Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Tree limbs and power lines down.

Jackson County

Lees Summit Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Significant wind damage along Douglas

and Lees Summit roads. Trees down,

hangar damage at airport with 9 planes

damaged, and significant damage at

hospital construction site.

Cass County

Belton Flash Flood

Water covering Peculiar Drive from

heavy rains.

Jackson County

Lake Lotawana Flash Flood

Water over road at intersection of

Highway 7 and Colbern road.

Bates County

Passaic Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Cass County

2 N Garden City Tornado (F0)

Brief tornado touchdown. No damage

reported.

Johnson County

5 SW Holden to Tornado (F1)

3 WSW Centerview

F1 tornado touched down 5 miles

southwest of Holden and then moved

northeast across Route 131 before

skipping to and then lifting 3 miles

west southwest of Centerview. The

biggest impact was at the Miller

Training Stables on Route 131. Two

women received minor injuries when

their house was lifted off the

foundation. Six horses were killed and

42 were injured. Three barns, the

residence, and 3 cars were heavily

damaged or destroyed. There were also

several other homes and barns damaged

by the tornado before it lifted.

Holt County

1 N Forest City Hail (1.00)

Andrew County

2 NE Fillmore to Tornado (F0)

2 NNE Fillmore

Brief tornado touchdown noted by storm

chasers along US 71 near Y Highway.

Holt County

1 W Mound City Hail (1.00)

Holt County

5 SW Bigelow Flash Flood

Flooding on road adjacent to lake.

Gentry County

1 N Stanberry to Tornado (F0)

1 NNE Stanberry

Brief rain wrapped tornado touchdown

observed by storm chaser.

Harrison County

5 W Hatfield to Tornado (F1)

3 N Hatfield

Tornado crossed into Harrison county

5 miles west of Hatfield and remained

over rural ground damaging trees,

before exiting into Iowa 3 miles north

of Hatfield, or 10 miles southeast of

Mt. Ayr in Ringgold county.

Gentry County

6 N Stanberry Hail (1.75)

Gentry County

6 N Stanberry Hail (2.75)

Holt County

5 SW Bigelow Hail (1.00)

Gentry County

4 N Mcfall Tornado (F0)

Brief tornado touchdown observed by

Mcfall fire department.

Gentry County

Albany Hail (1.00)

Gentry County

Darlington Hail (1.25)

Andrew County

Amazonia Hail (0.75)

Buchanan County

St Joseph Tornado (F0)

F0 tornado crossed into Missouri near

the Pony Express Bridge. The tornado

produced a skipping path through

northwest and north portions of St.

Joseph. Numerous trees were damaged or

uprooted. A few homes also lost their

porches. Most damage to homes was

caused by falling trees and tree limbs.

The tornado exited into Andrew county

2 miles east of 1-29 along U.S. Highway

169.

Andrew County

4 SW Avenue City to Tornado (F0)

1 SW Avenue City

Tornado entered Andrew county 4 miles

southwest of Avenue City and then

dissipated near Highway 169 1 mile

southwest of Avenue City. Minor tree

damage was reported as the tornado

remainded over rural ground.

Buchanan County

St Joseph Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

One foot diameter maple trees broken

in two.

Andrew County

Savannah Hail (1.00)

Andrew County

Savannah Flash Flood

Service roads flooded from 2 inches of

rain.

Daviess County

6 WNW Gallatin Tornado (F0)

Brief tornado touchdown north of

Viking Lake.

Daviess County

5 NW Altamont Hail (1.25)

Clinton County

Trimble Hail (0.88)

Clinton County

1 S Cameron Hail (1.00)

Johnson County

1 NW Pittsville Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Wind knocked over shed.

Clay County

Mosby Flash Flood

West Road in Mosby flooded from heavy

rains.

Jackson County

Lees Summit Lightning

Lightning caused fire damage to a

residence.

Jackson County

Blue Spgs Flash Flood

Water over road at I-70 and Route 7

interchange.

MOZ030

Flood

The Crooked River near Richmond crested

at 22.34 feet, or 2.34 feet above

flood stage.

Jackson County

2 N Oak Grove Flash Flood

Highway H closed due to high water.

Jackson County

2 N Buckner Flash Flood

Reber road closed due to flooding.

Jackson County

2 SSW Grain Vly Flash Flood

County road AA closed due to high

water.

Lafayette County

1 S Concordia Flash Flood

Roads closed due to flooding on Highway

23, FF Highway and D Highway.

Saline County

4 NW Marshall Flash Flood

Low lying spots on Highway 65 under

water.

Lafayette County

4 S Napoleon Flash Flood

Highway D closed south of Napolean due

to flooding.

Nodaway County

Arkoe Hail (1.00)

Nodaway County

Ravenwood Hail (1.75)

Nodaway County

3 E Maryville Hail (1.75)

Gentry County

4 NNW Gentry Tornado (F1)

Tornado touched down near the Worth

county line and entered Worth county

1 mile south of Worth. Minor tree

damage was noted.

Worth County

1 S Worth to Tornado (F1)

4 NE Allendale

Tornado crossed into Worth county from

Andrew county 1 mile south of Worth and

then tracked northeast into Harrison

county 4 miles northeast of Allendale.

Intermittent FO damage to trees and

power lines was observed. However …

F1 damage to two farmsteads were

observed with numerous outbuildings

destroyed. Chickens were killed and a

4″ by 6″ post was driven through a

pickup truck.

Platte County

Platte City Flash Flood

Water covering many city streets due to

heavy rains.

Mercer County

Princeton Hail (1.00)

Platte County

Platte City Hail (0.88)

Macon County

Macon Hail (0.75)

Nodaway County

4 E Graham Flash Flood

Up to 5 inches of water flowing over

Route A.

Gentry County

1 W Gentry Hail (0.75)

Mercer County

Princeton Hail (0.88)

MOZ054

Flood

Big Creek near Blairstown crested at

23.16 feet, or 3.16 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ054

Flood

The South Grand River near Urich

crested at 26.97 feet, or 2.97 feet

above flood stage.

MOZ038

Flood

Missouri River at Napolean crested at

19.90 feet, or 2.90 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ038

Flood

Missouri River in Waverly crested at

22.41 feet, or 2.41 feet above flood

stage.

Jackson County

Kansas City Flash Flood

Water covering roads near Choteau

Trafficway and Gardner

MOZ029

Flood

The Little Platte River near Smithville

crested at 28.16 feet, or 1.16 feet

above flood stage.

MOZ029

Flood

The Fishing River near Mosby crested at

20.50 feet, or 2.50 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ020

Flood

Platte River near Agency crested at

21.01 feet, or 1.01 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ028

Flood

The Platte River Near Platte City

crested at 21.20 feet, or 1.20 feet

above flood stage.

MOZ028

Flood

The Platte River near Sharps Station

crested at 27.72 feet, or 1.72 feet

above flood stage.

MOZ031

Flood

Wakenda Creek in Carrollton crested at

20.55 feet, or 0.55 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ039

Flood

The Missouri River near Miami crested

at 20.70 feet, or 2.70 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ037

Flood

Missouri River near Sibley crested at

22.40 feet, or 0.40 feet above flood

stage.

Bates County

14 E Butler Flash Flood

H Highway and Highway 52 closed due to

high water.

Livingston County

2 NE Chillicothe Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Roof off of barn and upstairs house

window blown out.

Henry County

Clinton Hail (0.88)

Henry County

2 NW Clinton Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Livingston County

Wheeling Hail (0.75)

Livingston County

Wheeling Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Large tree limbs down.

Henry County

Windsor Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Large tree limb fell on car.

Johnson County

6 SSE Knob Noster Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Large tree down.

Pettis County

Hughesville Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Large tree down.

Saline County

Sweet Spgs Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

One foot diameter tree down.

Sullivan County

1 NE Mystic Hail (0.75)

Macon County

Callao Flash Flood

High water on Highway 36.

Macon County

Macon Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Large trees down.

Livingston County

4 E Dawn Hail (1.00)

Gentry County

5 S Stanberry Hail (1.25)

Gentry County

1 SW Gentry Hail (1.00)

Caldwell County

3 SE Hamilton Hail (1.00)

Livingston County

4 E Dawn Hail (1.00)

Livingston County

Chillicothe Flash Flood

Water over Route V and on Highway 65.

Macon County

3 SE Axtell Flash Flood

Kellog Avenue washed out.

Chariton County

Salisbury Flash Flood

Street flooding reported thoughout

town.

Howard County

12 ESE Armstrong Hail (1.00)

Randolph County

Moberly Hail (0.75)

Howard County

Glasgow Hail (0.88)

Randolph County

Clark Flash Flood

Water and debris across Highway NN and

Highway 63.

Cooper County

Prairie Home Hail (1.00)

Cooper County

Boonville Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Howard County

New Franklin Hail (1.25)

Cooper County

Boonville Hail (0.88)

Pettis County

6 E Longwood Hail (0.88)

Cooper County

3 SW Prairie Home Flash Flood

Water over Highway W 2 miles south of

Highway J.

Clay County

Claycomo Hail (1.00)

Jackson County

Independence Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Clay County

1 S Claycomo Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Jackson County

Kansas City Hail (1.25)

Jackson County

Kansas City Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Cass County

Raymore Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Large tree down on car.

Jackson County

Kansas City Hail (0.88)

Jackson County

Kansas City Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Large tree limbs down.

Jackson County

Raytown Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Cass County

Peculiar Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

Jackson County

Lees Summit Thunderstorm Wind (G67)

Clay County

Kearney Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Cass County

Belton Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

24 inch diameter trees downed.

Jackson County

Lees Summit Thunderstorm Wind (G74)

Jackson County

Lees Summit Hail (1.00)

Jackson County

Lees Summit Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

Jackson County

Independence Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Trees blown down on Noland Road.

Jackson County

Lees Summit Thunderstorm Wind (G59)

Clay County

1 SSW Excelsior Spgs Thunderstorm Wind (G71)

Jackson County

Grain Vly Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Lafayette County

Bates City Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

Schuyler County

Lancaster Hail (0.75)

Livingston County

4 NW Chillicothe Hail (0.88)

Livingston County

8 NW Chillicothe Hail (0.75)

Howard County

5 W New Franklin Hail (0.75)

Harrison County

Bethany Hail (0.75)

Cass County

Belton Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

Small shed destroyed and numerous tree

limbs down due to high winds.

MOZ054

Flood

The South Grand River near Urich

crested at 26.80 feet, or 2.80 feet

above flood stage.

MOZ023

Flood

The Grand River near Sumner crested at

27.51 feet, or 1.51 feet above flood

stage.

Pettis County

Green Ridge Hail (0.88)

Pettis County

4 E Lamonte Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Pettis County

Hughesville Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

8 inch diameter tree broken off.

Pettis County

4 E La Monte Thunderstorm Wind (G63)

Cooper County

Prairie Home Hail (0.88)

Gentry County

Albany Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Power poles and lines downed.

Jackson County

Lees Summit Lightning

Lightning sparked a fire which caused

damage to a residence.

Jackson County

Lees Summit Lightning

Lightning sparked a fire which caused

extensive damage to a residence.

Howard County

New Franklin Hail (0.75)

Chariton County

3 NW Mendon Flash Flood

Water flooded several county roads.

MOZ023

Flood

The Grand River near Sumner crested at

26.03 feet, or 0.03 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ037

Flood

The Missouri River near Sibley crested

at 24.00 feet, or 2.00 feet above flood

stage.

Platte County

4 SE Kansas City Intl Hail (1.00)

Platte County

4 N Weatherby Lake Hail (0.88)

Platte County

1 S Platte City Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Platte County

Parkville Hail (0.75)

Jackson County

Kansas City Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Trees blown down across southbound Ward

Parkway near Penn day school.

Jackson County

Lees Summit Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

MOZ038

Flood

Missouri River in Napolean crested at

20.94 feet, or 3.94 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ038

Flood

Missouri River in Waverly crested at

23.36 feet, or 3.36 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ039

Flood

Missouri River near Miami crested at

22.65 feet, or 4.65 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ054

Flood

The South Grand River near Urich

crested at 25.60 feet, or 1.60 feet

above flood stage.

MOZ046

Flood

The Petite Saline Creek near Boonville

crested at 17.65 feet, or 1.65 feet

above flood stage.

MOZ023

Flood

The Grand River near Sumner crested at

27.72 feet, or 1.72 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ032

Flood

The Grand River near Brunswick crested

at 20.30 feet, or 1.30 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ040

Flood

Missouri River near Glasgow crested at

26.98 feet, or 1.98 feet above flood

stage.

MOZ046

Flood

Missouri River near Boonville crested

at 23.43 feet, 2.43 feet above flood

stage.

Atchison County

2 NE Watson Thunderstorm Wind (G6I)

Several tractor trailers blown over on

I-29 between mile markers 120 and 124.

Atchison County

2 N Roekport Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Power lines down on Highway 275.

Platte County

Parkville Flash Flood

Several roads closed due to high water.

Pettis County

Sedalia Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Metal light poles knocked over.

Clay County

Mosby Flash Flood

122nd Street closed due to high water.

Bates County

6 w Butler Hail (1.00)

MISSOURI, Southeast

MOZ086-100-

107>110

Dense Fog

Widespread dense fog reduced visibility

to one quarter mile or less. The fog

area was along and west of a line from

Marble Hill to Dexter, including Poplar

Bluff.

MOZ076-086>087-

100-107>112-114

Drought

Drought conditions progressively

worsened during June. The drought

status of southeast Missouri went from

moderate to severe during June. June

was the fourth consecutive month of

below normal rainfall in southeast

Missouri. Some locations received heavy

rainfall from thunderstorms, but the

storms were rather short-lived and

infrequent. Farmers faced a variety of

significant problems. Hay growth and

production was halted, prompting

concern about a hay shortage. Other

crops, such as corn and soybeans, were

slowed or stunted by the dry weather.

Some yield reductions were anticipated,

depending on July rainfall amounts.

Levels of smaller rivers, such as the

Current and St. Francis, fell far below

normal. Fire danger was high, prompting

the city of Sikeston to request a ban

on outdoor burning.

Ripley County

6 SE Doniphan Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees and power lines were blown down.

At least one large oak tree was

uprooted.

Ripley County

Bennett Hail (0.88)

MOZ087

Strong Wind

A line of showers and thunderstorms

moved south across Cape Girardeau

County, producing widespread strong

winds between 30 and 40 MPH. The peak

wind gust at the Cape Girardeau Airport

was 41 MPIt. On Highway 74 near Cape

Girardeau, a large tree fell on a small

garage and a brick building, causing

significant damage. The garage was

destroyed.

Mississippi County

East Prairie Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Some tin and metal roofing was blown

from sheds. Large tree limbs were blown

down on county roads.

Cape Girardeau

County

Oak Ridge Hail (1.00)

Cape Girardeau

County

3 S Oak Ridge to Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Oak Ridge

A fifth wheel camper was blown over and

destroyed. A roof was blown offa house,

and another roof was damaged. Several

large trees over a foot in diameter

were blown down. A large propane tank

that was bolted down was knocked over.

Several fences were damaged.

Cape Girardeau

County

Neelys Lndg Hail (0.75)

A thunderstorm cell became severe over

northwestern Cape Girardeau County. The

storm moved slowly east-northeast.

Although the storm was severe for only

a relatively short time, it produced a

significant wind damage event.

Scott County

3 W Scott City Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Hangar doors were blown in at the Cape

Girardeau Airport. Windows were broken

in the terminal building when the wind

blew a portable passenger boarding ramp

through them. The wings of two planes

were damaged.

Carter County

Grandin Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Numerous tree limbs were blown down.

Most of the community was without

power.

Ripley County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Widespread damaging winds occurred. In

Doniphan, the roof was blown off” a car

wash, and a couple of downtown busi-

nesses sustained roof damage. Bricks

were blown off the facade of another

business. Numerous homes sustained

minor roof damage, such as shingles

blown off Awnings were damaged. Falling

large trees smashed a few cars, and

several large trees fell onto houses.

Across the remainder of the county,

trees fell across roads (both county

and state) and across power lines. The

winds occurred in advance of precipita-

tion associated with the severe

thunderstorms.

Carter County

Ellsinore Hail (l.00)

Butler County

Poplar Bluff to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Qulin

Numerous trees and power lines were

down in the southern part of the

county, especially Qulin and Harviell.

Tree limbs fell across roads. Four to

five signal line poles were knocked

down along a section of railroad tracks

near the south edge of Poplar Bluff.

Stoddard County

Powe Hail (0.75)

New Madrid County

Portageville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Construction signs were blown down

along Interstate 55 near Portageville,

and trees and power lines were down in

Portageville. A severe thunderstorm

complex moved east-southeast across the

Arkansas border counties, weakening

somewhat as it approached the Bootheel

counties. Considerable wind damage

occurred with this thunderstorm complex

over the Ozark foothills region,

including Doniphan. Most of the wind

damage occurred south of a line from

Van Buren to Poplar Bluffto New Madrid.

MISSOURI, Southwest

Phelps County

5 E Rolla Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

An area of tree damage occurred after

severe thunderstorm wind gusts affected

areas east of Rolla.

Vernon County

Nevada Flash Flood

A section of Highway 54 near the

intersection of Highway 43 became

impassable due to flash flooding.

Morgan County

Stover Hail (0.75)

Mcdonald County

South West City Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Mcdonald County

Anderson Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A couple of trees were downed near

Anderson from thunderstorm wind gusts.

Mcdonald County

Pineville Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

numerous trees across much of the

county.

Barry County

Cassville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several street signs and trees were

downed from severe thunderstorm wind

gusts.

Vernon County

Nevada Hail (0.88)

Dallas County

Buffalo Hail (0.75)

Polk County

Bolivar Hail (0.88)

Polk County

Morrisville Hail (0.75)

Laclede County

Lebanon Hail (0.75)

Laclede County

Lebanon Hail (0.75)

Taney County

Cedarcreek Hail (1.00)

Stone County

Kimberling City Hail (0.75)

Taney County

2 NW Ridgedale Hail (1.00)

Taney County

3 NW Ridgedale Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts blew a

roof off of a dock on Table Rock Lake

near Highway 86.

Benton County

6 W Edwards Hail (0.75)

St. Clair County

2 N Lowry City Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A few trees were downed from severe

thunderstorm wind gusts near Lowry

City.

St. Clair County

6 NW Collins Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Damaging winds downed trees across

rural southeast St. Clair County.

Hickory County

Weaubleau Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

trees and powerlines.

Polk County

1 N Bolivar Hail (1.50)

Polk County

Bolivar Flash Flood

Slow moving thunderstorms trained over

central Polk County, including the city

of Bolivar, causing major flash

flooding in and near the city. Several

roads and highways were closed. Water

flooded a nursing home, along with

several houses. Lawrence County

Aurora Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

numerous trees in the city of Aurora.

Christian County

2 E Boaz Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees were downed from thunderstorm

wind gusts at a farm house east of

Boaz.

Stone County

2 NE Hurley Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

several trees.

Greene County

Republic Thunderstorm Wind (GS0)

Severe thunderstorms downed a few trees

in the city of Republic.

Howell County

Willow Spgs Hail (0.75)

Laclede County

Lebanon Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Laclede County

Lebanon Hail (1.00)

Pulaski County

Ft Leonard Wood Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Thunderstorm wind gusts downed a tree.

Greene County

Springfield Hail (1.00)

Vernon County

3 W Nevada Flash Flood

Flash flooding inundated a section of

Highway 54 near the Highway 43

junction.

Polk County

Bolivar Flash Flood

Flash flooding caused West Broadway

Street to become impassable.

Douglas County

Goodhope Hail (1.00)

Mcdonald County

3 S Powell Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

A few trees and power lines were downed

from severe thunderstorm wind gusts.

Pulaski County

Richland Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts uprooted

a tree into power lines.

Pulaski County

Richland Hail (0.75)

Cedar County

Stockton Hail (0.88)

Ozark County

Dora Hail (0.75)

Ozark County

5 N Bakersfield Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

couple of power lines and a few trees

in a rural area north of Bakersfield.

Pulaski County

Richland Flash Flood

Heavy thunderstorms caused flash

flooding in the community of Richland.

Several homes and businesses were

flooded.

Camden County

5 N Stoutland Flash Flood

Heavy thunderstorms caused flash

flooding over a section of Highway A.

Dade County

1 W Greenfield Hail (1.00)

Cedar County

Bearcreek Hail (0.75)

Maries County

2 NW Vichy Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

couple of power lines near the junction

of Highways 63 and 68.

Phelps County

Newburg Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Power lines were downed from severe

thunderstorm wind gusts near the

community of Newburg.

Polk County

Flemington Hail (1.00)

Dent County

5 N Salem Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few power poles north of Salem.

Cedar County

Arnica Hail (0.75)

Cedar County

8 E Stockton Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Maries County

Brinktown Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

several trees in the community of

Brinktown.

Hickory County

Cross Timbers Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few power poles near the community of

Cross Timbers.

Benton County

5 NW Warsaw Hail (0.88)

Pulaski County

Waynesville Flash Flood

Heavy thunderstorms caused the

Roubidoux Creek to flood low lying

areas of Waynesville.

Pulaski County

Dixon Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few power poles.

Hickory County

Weaubleau Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

large tree into a power line. Power was

out in the community of Weaubleau.

Cedar County

2 S Bearcreek Hail (0.88)

St. Clair County

Collins Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

numerous trees and power lines.

Hickory County

Cross Timbers Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Thunderstorm wind gusts downed a couple

of trees in Cross Timbers.

Polk County

Fair Play Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Large tree limbs were downed by

thunderstorm wind gusts.

Cedar County

2 SE Bearcreek Hail (0.88)

Camden County

Camdenton Hail (0.75)

Lawrence County

5 N Stotts City Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Power lines and large tree limbs were

downed from severe thunderstorm wind

gusts.

Cedar County

6 SE Stockton Hail (0.75)

Cedar County

2 NE Arnica Flash Flood

Heavy thunderstorms caused flash

flooding over a section of Country Road

2191 just north of Highway AA.

Dallas County

Buffalo Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees were downed in Buffalo from

thunderstorm wind gusts.

Laclede County

Lebanon Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Greene County

Fair Grove Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few trees near Fair Grove.

Pulaski County

Dixon Flash Flood

Heavy thunderstorms caused flash

flooding in a few buildings in downtown

Dixon.

Wright County

Hartville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few trees countywide.

Maries County

4 SE Brinktown Flash Flood

Thunderstorms caused flash flooding in

a couple spots across Maries County.

Sections of County Roads 623 and 621

were inundated.

Ozark County

Gainesville Flash Flood

Several low water crossings flooded

across the eastern part of the county

from heavy thunderstorms.

Jasper County

Carthage Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few trees near Carthage.

Greene County

5 S Ash Grove Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees were downed into power lines.

Wright County

Hartville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A couple of trees were downed near

Harrville from thunderstorm wind gusts.

Jasper County

Webb City Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Mcdonald County

South West City Hail (0.75)

Jasper County

Duenweg Hail (0.75)

Newton County

4 SE Neosho Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

trees into some power lines.

Newton County

Neosho Flash Flood

Heavy thunderstorms caused flash

flooding over a section of Highway D.

Barry County

Butterfield Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Greene County

Springfield Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

Thunderstorms produced 80 mph winds

across south Springfield. A few homes

experienced minor structural damage

with several large trees downed.

Lawrence County

Aurora Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Thunderstorm wind gusts downed a couple

of power poles near Aurora.

Greene County

Battlefield Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Squall line thunderstorms produced 70

knot straight line winds over Battle-

field. An off duty National Weather

Service Meteorologist measured this

gust from his anemometer. Several homes

across the area received minor

structural damage.

Christian County

Sparta Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Webster County

Marshfield Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Douglas County

Ava Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Laclede County

Lebanon Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

numerous trees in the Lebanon area.

Wright County

Dawson Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

tree blocking Route 95.

Texas County

Bendavis Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Howell County

Willow Spgs Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Greene County

Republic Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few trees in the city of Republic.

Camden County

5 N Roach Hail (1.75)

Camden County

Decaturville Hail (0.75)

Miller County

Iberia Hail (1.00)

Pulaski County

Richland Hail (1.00)

Maries County

1 N (Vih)Rolla/Vichy Hail (0.88)

Maries County

2 S Belle Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several trees were downed from severe

thunderstorm wind gusts.

Newton County

3 S Diamond Tornado (F0)

A storm chaser recorded video of a

small tornado that briefly touched down

in an open field. No damage occurred

from the tornado.

Newton County

Neosho Funnel Cloud

Emergency management officials observed

a brief funnel cloud near the community

of Neosho.

Lawrence County

Verona Funnel Cloud

Funnel cloud was briefly observed by

the Verona Volunteer Fire Department.

Lawrence County

2 E Mt Vernon Hail (1.00)

Lawrence County

Mt Vernon Hail (0.88)

Greene County

Republic Hail (1.00)

Lawrence County

Chesapeake Hail (0.88)

Greene County

Republic Hail (1.75)

Greene County

Republic Hail (1.75)

Mcdonald County

South West City Hail (0.75)

Greene County

Springfield Hail (1.00)

Greene County

Springfield Hail (1.75)

Greene County

Springfield Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Mcdonald County

Powell Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Thunderstorm wind gusts downed a few

trees in the Powell area.

Phelps County

St James Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts down

several large trees in the community of

St. James.

Phelps County

St James Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Several large trees were downed from

severe thunderstorm wind gusts.

Christian County

Ozark Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Thunderstorm wind gusts downed a tree

on Elm Streeet.

Webster County

Rogersville to Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Fordland

Severe thunderstorm straight line winds

caused structural and tree damage to

areas of southern Webster County along

Highway 60. The Rogersville area

sustained the heaviest damage with

houses and businesses receiving minor

damage. Several business signs were

damaged or destroyed.

Barry County

Seligman Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A house in Seligman sustained damage

after severe thunderstorm winds downed

a tree into it.

Mcdonald County

Powell Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Wright County

Cedar Gap Hail (1.75)

Wright County

Mansfield to Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Mountain Grove

Several trees were downed along the

Highway 60 corridor in southern Wright

County.

Barry County

Washburn Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Microburst winds destroyed a barn.

Stone County

Blue Eye Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Microburst winds downed power lines

along with a few large trees.

Taney County

Taneyville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees were downed from severe

thunderstorm wind gusts through much of

central Taney County.

Wright County

Mansfield Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Large trees were blown over onto

Highway 5 as severe thunderstorms moved

through the area.

Douglas County

5 N Coldspring Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Severe straight line winds destroyed a

barn located in rural northern Douglas

County.

Texas County

Bucyrus Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Wright County

Norwood Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Ozark County

Gainesville Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

A swath of severe thunderstorm wind

gusts downed numerous trees throughout

much of the county.

Texas County

Cabool Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Howell County

2 N Pomona Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Dent County

Montauk Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few trees in and around the Montauk

area.

Shannon County

Eminence Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Northern and central section of the

county sustained tree damage from

severe thunderstorm wind gusts.

Stone County

Lampe Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several large trees near Lampe

sustained damage from severe

thunderstorm wind gusts.

Taney County

3 W Forsyth Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Cedar County

2 E Caplinger Mills Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Power lines were downed by severe

thunderstorm wind gusts.

Vernon County

Dederick Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few power lines near Dederick.

Texas County

Houston Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

several trees. A few trees fell on

power lines which created power outages

in the community of Houston.

Wright County

Mountain Grove Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

several trees and power poles in and

near the community of Mountain Grove.

The intersection of Highways 95 and ZZ

south of Mountain Grove was also

heavily impacted by this storm with

downed trees and power poles.

Douglas County

Vanzant Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A couple of trees were downed into some

power lines near Vanzant as a result of

a passing thunderstorm.

Taney County

Bradleyville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees were downed from thunderstorm

wind gusts near the intersection of

Highways 125 and 76.

Douglas County

Goodhope Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

several trees in the community of

Goodhope.

Polk County

Half Way Hail (2.00)

St. Clair County

Collins Hail (0.75)

Dallas County

4 S Buffalo Hail (2.75)

Golf ball size hail damaged a Sheriffs

Deputy’s patrol car.

Polk County

Pleasant Hope Hail (0.88)

Hickory County

1 W Weaubleau Hail (1.00)

Greene County

3 E Springfield Hail (0.75)

Penny size hail was observed by a

trained spotter at the intersection of

Division St. and Highway 65.

Greene County

Springfield Hail (0.88)

Webster County

Northview Hail (0.88)

Greene County

3 E Springfield Hail (1.00)

Wright County

Grovespring Hail (1.00)

Webster County

Niangua Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few trees in the community of Niangua.

Christian County

Sparta Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Thunderstorm wind gusts downed a tree

across Highway 14 in Sparta.

Douglas County

Mt Zion Hail (0.88)

Wright County

Mansfield Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Howell County

White Church Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

St. Clair County

Taberville Hail (0.75)

Douglas County

Ann Hail (1.00)

Howell County

Willow Spgs Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Texas County

1 W Simmons Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

St. Clair County

Osceola Hail (0.88)

Oregon County

Alton Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Several trees were downed from east of

Alton northward to along the Shannon

and Oregon county line from severe

thunderstorm wind gusts.

Shannon County

2 E Eminence Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Howell County

West Plains Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed a

few trees in and east of West Plains.

Oregon County

Alton Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

A line of severe thunderstorms downed

inumerous trees across the county.

Jasper County

6 W Joplin to Hail (1.75)

4 SW Joplin

This storm is a continuation of the

Cherokee County supercell that spawned

two brief tornadoes. Jasper County was

mainly impacted by golf ball size hail

from this storm. The storm entered the

extreme southwest portion of the county

prior to moving into northwest Newton

County. A three mile swath of hail was

observed by several amateur radio

operators.

Newton County

17 NW Neosho to Hail (1.75)

Diamond

Newton County

4 NW Redings Mill to Tornado (F0)

2 NW Redings Mill

Newton County

9 N Racine to Tornado (F0)

12 NW Neosho

This is a continuation of the Jasper

and Cherokee County supercell. This

storm entered Newton County near Iron

Gates and tracked across northern

sections of the county. Two weak

tornadoes were observed across open

farm land. A National Weather Service

storm survey revealed that minor tree

damage occurred. Along with the

tornadoes, a swath of golf ball size

hail was observed.

Jasper County

Webb City Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed

numerous trees city wide. A boat and a

car were significantly damaged from

falling trees.

Barry County

(Umn)Monett Hail (1.00)

MONTANA Central

MTZ012>013

Flood

Heavy rains fell over portions of

Cascade and Chouteau counties the

weekend of June 3rd through the 5th.

Some areas received an estimated 6 to

12 inches of rain. Seven bridges were

washed out in the Highwood area of

Chouteau County which resulted in many

people being stranded and over 30

property owners warned about the rising

waters. Additionally, several campers

were stranded at camp sites that became

flooded. In Cascade County, over 200

feet of Willow Creek Road was washed

out. Power poles were knocked down in

both counties resulting in 9-1-1

emergency communications being out in

Chouteau County.

Blaine County

Hays Hail (0.75)

Blaine County

Hays Hail (0.75)

A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch

diameter hail at Hays.

Lewis And Clark

County

5 SW Augusta Hail (0.75)

A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch

diameter hail at Augusta 5SW.

Lewis And Clark

County

1 SW Augusta Hail (1.00)

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch

diameter hail at Augusta 1SW.

Lewis And Clark

County

3 E Augusta Hail (1.75)

Teton County

12 W Fairfield Hail (1.00)

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1.75 inch

diameter hail at Augusta 3E, 1 inch

diameter hail at Fairfield 12W and .75

inch diameter hail at Augusta.

Teton County

10 w Fairfield Hail (0.75)

A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch

hail at Fairfield 10W.

Teton County

6 SW Choteau Hail (l.00)

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch

diameter hail at Choteau 6SW.

Teton County

7 SE Dutton Hail (1.75)

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1.75 inch

diameter hail at Dutton 7SE.

Beaverhead County

Wise River Hail (0.75)

A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch

diameter hail at Wise River.

Lewis And Clark

County

3 S Canyon Ferry Hail (1.00)

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch

diameter hail at Canyon Ferry Dam 3S.

Jefferson County

5 W Jefferson City Hail (1.00)

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch

diamter hail at Jefferson City 5W.

Cascade County

9 S Great Falls Thunderstorm Wind (G56)

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 65 mph at Great Falls 9S.

MTZ015

High Wind (G55)

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 63 mph at Norris 6N.

Chouteau County

17 E Ft Benton Hail (0.75)

A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch

diameter hail at Ft. Benton 17E.

Toole County

19 NNE Dunkirk Hail (1.00)

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch

diameter hail at Dunkirk 19NNE.

Liberty County

Lothair Thunderstorm Wind (G75)

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 86 mph at Lothair.

Fergus County

12 N Winifred Hail (1.75)

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1.75 inch

diameter hail at Winifred 12N. This

storm also produced a tornado several

minutes later.

Liberty County

27 NNE Joplin Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 70 mph at Joplin 27NNE.

Fergus County

12 N Winifred Tornado (F0)

A tornado was spotted by campers along

the Missouri River between Winifred and

Highway 191. Minimal damage was

reported to fences in the area.

Blaine County

15 N Chinook Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 60 mph at Chinook 15N.

Blaine County

12 SW Turner Hail (0.88)

A severe thunderstorm dropped .88 inch

diameter hail at Turner 12SW.

Blaine County

12 SW Turner Tornado (F0)

A tornado toched down briefly at Turner

12SW. No damage was reported. The storm

also produced .75 inch diameter hail.

Cascade County

13 S Uim Hail (0.75)

A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch

diameter hail at Ulm 13S.

Cascade County

Cascade Hail (0.75)

A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch

diameter hail at Cascade.

Chouteau County

10 SW Ft Benton Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 60 mph at Ft. Benton 10SW.

Hill County

Kremlin Thunderstorm Wind (G68)

Hill County

6 W Havre Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 78 mph at Kremlin and a gust to

60 mph at Havre 6W.

Blaine County

35 S Chinook Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 60 mph at Chinook 35S.

Madison County

31 SSW Cameron Thunderstorm Wind (G53)

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 61 mph at Cameron 31SSW (Red

Rock RAWS site).

Fergus County

15 WSW Lewistown Hail (0.75)

A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch

diameter hail at Lewistown 15WSW.

Fergus County

1 W Roy Hail (1.00)

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch

diameter hail at Roy 1W.

Fergus County

4 SW Grassrange Tornado (F0)

A tornado was reported on the ground

for about 10 minutes at Grassrange 4SW.

The tornado damged some trees and

picked up debris from the ground but

overall damage was minimal. The tornado

was photographed in detail by an

observer. Hail up to 1 inch in diameter

was also reported with this storm.

Meagher County

4 WSW Lennep Hail (1.75)

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1.75 inch

diameter hail at Lennep 4WSW.

Cascade County

18 SSE Monarch Hail (1.75)

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1.75 inch

diameter hail at King’s Hill (Monarch

18SSE or Utica 20 WSW).

Lewis And Clark

County

8 W Helena Hail (1.50)

Lewis And Clark

County

Helena Hail (1.75)

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1.75 inch

diameter hail at Helena and 1.5 inch

diameter hail at Helena 8W. Hail from

this storm was reported to be 4 inches

deep along a half-mile stretch of

Highway 12 and was responsible for

causing several cars to slide off the

road.

Chouteau County

Geraldine Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A severe thunderstorm produced a wind

gust to 60 mph at Gearaldine.

Blaine County

35 S Chinook Heavy Rain

A slow moving thunderstorm dropped 1.5

inches of rain at Chinook 35S. The

heavy rain prompted a flash flood

warning but no reports of damage were

received.

Fergus County

3 E Lewistown Tornado (F0)

A tornado was reported by the public at

Lewistown 3E. The torndao was on the

ground only briefly with no damage or

injuries reported.

Pondera County

3 W Brady Hail (1.00)

A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch

diameter hail at Brady 3W.

MONTANA East

Petroleum County

30 NNE Winnett Hail (0.75)

Prairie County

12 WNW Mc Cloud Hail (0.75)

Mccone County

15 NW Circle Flash Flood

6-8 inches of rain fell over Dinnwitte

Creek and into Horse Creek from 5 pm

through 7 pm. The creek went from dry

to 150 feet wide. A family and grain

track driver had to be evacuated.

Prairie County

Terry Hail (1.00)

Multiple reports of crop damage and

structures damaged from hail.

Prairie County

7 W Terry Hail (1.50)

Prairie County

Terry Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

Damaging thunderstorm winds blew over a

pivot sprinkler. The strong wind

destoyed one machine shed. There were

multiple reports of structural damage

to occupied and unoccupied structures.

A couple of cars were damaged from

fallen tree limbs.

Prairie County

4 ESE Terry Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

A small grain bin was tossed into a

grain field and destroyed.

Garfield County

3 NW Haxby Hail (1.00)

Mccone County

4 WSW Brockway Hail (1.00)

Prairie County

32 NW Terry Hail (1.00)

Prairie County

8 NW Terry Flash Flood

Water flowed over Highway 253 northwest

of Terry, and caused damage to the

highway.

Valley County

Ft Peck to Hail (0.75)

2 EFt Peck

Valley County

2 S Nashua Hail (0.75)

Valley County

13 E Nashua Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Sheet metal torn off of a barn

Dawson County

23 WSW Glendive Thunderstorm Wind (G83)

Two homes on County Road 256 had wind

damage to their roofs, siding, and

gutters.

Wibaux County

24 S Wibaux Hail (1.00)

Mccone County

South Portion Flash Flood

Water was running over Horse Creek Road

northwest of Circle. There was conside-

rable damage to roads, bridges, and

culverts in the southern portion of the

county. Three bridges were out due to

the heavy rainfall, and one 6 foot

culvert collapsed along Duck Creek Road

near Watkins. One home was evacuated,

and three homes had severe flood damage

along County Road 252, and continued to

have problems during the month of June

with each additional rainfall.

Prairie County

8 W Mc Cloud Hail (1.00)

Prairie County

8 W Mc Cloud Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Wibaux County

Carlyle Hail (0.88)

Dawson County

Dawson Arpt Glendive Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Dawson County

2 W Bloomfield Thunderstorm Wind (G71)

Dawson County

8 N Lindsay Hail (0.75)

Dawson County

8 N Lindsay Thunderstorm Wind (G75)

Eight grain bins were destroyed by the

strong wind. There was wind damage with

lots offences blown down. An old and

vacant county school was destroyed. A

calf shelter was picked up and moved by

the strong wind. A four wheel drive

tractor was moved about 100 feet. A

round bale was blown into a vehicle

causing body damage and the windshield

to be broken.

Mccone County

2 E Circle Hail (0.75)

Mccone County

8 N Circle Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Valley County

Hinsdale to Flash Flood

1 N Hinsdale

US Highway 2 was underwater in the

vicinity of Hinsdale for a short time.

Highway 537 about 1/4 mile north of

Hinsdale was covered with about 3

inches of water. One home suffered a

flooded basement in Hinsdale.

Valley County

Ft Peck Heavy Rain

New Deal Road was under water for

approximately 100 yards. Fort Peck had

over 4 inches of rain.

Sheridan County

Westby Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

The strong wind destroyed a barn in the

town of Westby.

Valley County

South Portion Flash Flood

Flooding was reported along Willow

Creek Road approximately 14 miles south

of Glasgow. The flooding led to a wash

out on Willow Creek Road that was 15

feet deep and 12 feet wide.

Valley County

South Portion Flash Flood

Flooding was reported along Antelope

Creek approximately 9.5 miles west-

nothwest of Glasgow. Antelope Creek

went from being dry to running out of

its banks, and flooded Billingsly Road

and caused severe damage to a ranch.

Water flowing across Billingsly road

was as up to 5 feet deep in spots. A

basement was flooded and three vehicles

were damaged. All fences around the

property were wiped out, and one sheep

was drown. Water flooded the ranch up

to 6 feet deep, and did not recede for

8 hours.

Roosevelt County

23 NW Poplar Flash Flood

Heavy rain in Roosevelt County caused

Chelsea and Box Elder Creeks to rise

significantly and flood in spots. Very

heavy rain of 4.3 inches was reported

over a small area 23 miles northwest of

Poplar. Highway 13 and some other local

roads were flooded in spots.

Phillips County

14 SW Malta Hail (l.00)

Phillips County

6 S Malta Hail (0.75)

Phillips County

7 S Malta Hail (1.75)

Phillips County

7 SSE Malta Hail (1.00)

The hail was accompanied by 2.7 inches

of rain in 45 minutes.

Petroleum County

17 N Winnett Thunderstorm Wind (G53)

Dry Blood Creek Raws

Garfield County

30 E Jordan Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Roosevelt County

Poplar Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Phillips County

12 SW Malta to Flash Flood

12 SE Malta

Alkali Creek came out of its banks on

some gravel roads in the area with many

fields flooded along Highway 191. The

area of flash flooding was from 12

miles southwest of Malta to 12 miles

southeast of Malta. Rainfall of 2.7

inches fell in just 45 minutes at one

location. A lots of debris swept into

the fencing.

Petroleum County

8 N Winnett to Flash Flood

30 NE Winnett

The heaviest rainfall was from about 8

miles north of Winnett to 30 miles

northeast of Winnett in an area about

15 miles wide. Valentine Road from 5 to

10 miles north of Winnett was washed

out. There was a report of 1.18 inches

of rain 18 miles north of Winnett with

a culvert washed out.

MTZ017

High Wind (G55)

Sheridan County

Reserve Lightning

Lightning caused a fire at the Reserve

oil station along Highway 13. The oil

station was struck by lightning, and a

cow directly across the highway was

also struck and instantly killed. The

lightning ignited the vent pipes at the

top of two 400 barrel oil tanks.

Phillips County

Zortman Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Phillips County

8 S Malta Hail (0.75)

Phillips County

20 N Saco Hail (1.00)

Phillips County

20 N Saco Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Valley County

7 NW Hinsdale Hail (0.88)

Valley County

25 N Hinsdale Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Valley County

4 N Hinsdale Hail (0.88)

Valley County

33 SW Glasgow Thunderstorm Wind (G63)

Valley County

Baylor Hail (1.00)

Valley County

5 S Opheim Hail (0.75)

Garfield County

18 N Jordan Hail (0.88)

Valley County

4 WNW Ft Peck Hail (1.00)

Valley County

Ft Peck Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Valley County

9 SSW Lustre Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

Roofs were blown off buildings and a

hanger collapsed. An airplane that was

in the hanger suffered damage. Several

wind breaks were also destroyed. A

power line was blown down, and pieces

of roofing were in the power lines that

were still standing.

Roosevelt County

Wolf Pt Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Valley County

30 SW Glasgow Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Daniels County

Flaxville Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

Trees were downed in Flaxville by

strong wind that accompanied a

thunderstorm.

Daniels County

.2 S Scobey Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

The strong wind tore off an awning, and

tore off a 20 by 12 foot deck from a

house and was broken apart. A grain bin

was destroyed and wound up in a field a

few hundred yards from the house.

Garfield County

16 S Jordan Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Garfield County

25 SSE Jordan Hail (0.88)

Petroleum County

8 ESE Winnett Hail (1.00)

Garfield County

33 SW Jordan Hail (2.50)

Dawson County

24 WSW Glendive Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Wibaux County

24 S Wibaux Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Phillips County

8 N Dodson Hail (1.75)

Large hail caused damage to a vehicle

Phillips County

12 NE Dodson Hail (1.75)

Phillips County

7 N Wagner Funnel Cloud

Phillips County

7 N Wagner Hail (1.75)

Phillips County

5 NE Malta Hail (2.75)

The large hail caused roof, siding,

window, and gutter damage to eight

houses.

Valley County

28 W Glasgow Hail (0.88)

Valley County

Duck Creek Hail (1.00)

Valley County

Duck Creek Hail (1.75)

The hail caused extensive damage to

roofs, siding, windows, gutters, and

screens in Duck Creek.

Valley County

Ft Peck Hail (2.00)

The hail caused extensive damage to

roofs, siding, windows, gutters, and

screens in the town of Fort Peck. Many

vehicles also had hail damage.

Valley County

Ft Peck Hail (1.00)

Valley County

Ft Peck Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Valley County

Ft Peck Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Valley County

Park Grove Hail (1.00)

Valley County

Park Grove Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Valley County

Ft Peck Flash Flood

Water gushing down the streets in town.

Approximately 1 to 2 inches of rain

fell.

Valley County

4 NNW Ft Peck Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Valley County

7 S Glasgow Flash Flood

Water running over Highway 24 about 7

miles south of Glasgow.

Mccone County

17 WSW Vida Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Valley County

1 E Nashua Flash Flood

Fields were flooded along both sides of

US Highway 2.

Roosevelt County

Culbertson Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

Several trees were damaged or blown

down in the town of Culbertson by wind

gusts by wind gusts estimated at 80 mph

Richland County

16 NW Lambert Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

4 to 6 inch branches broken off of

trees.

Richland County

20 NW Sidney Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Roosevelt County

Bainville Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Roosevelt County

Stateline Thunderstorm Wind (G59)

Richland County

2 NW Sidney Thunderstorm Wind (G59)

Valley County

12 W Opheim Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Valley County

11 SE Glentana Hail (1.25)

Valley County

5 N Opheim Hail (0.75)

Valley County

4 S Tampico to Flash Flood

4 NW Glasgow

Runoff from thunderstorms that produced

about an inch of rain produced flash

flooding of the Antelope Creek west of

Glasgow from Tampico Road to

Billingsley Road. The ground was

already saturated in the area due to

flooding the previous week.

Garfield County

4 SSW Mosby Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Garfield County

10 SE Edwards Thunderstorm Wind (G56)

Phillips County

Malta Thunderstorm Wind (G76)

Wind gusts of up to 87 mph downed

several trees in Malta and caused some

damage to fences and to a horse

trailer. A tree branch fell against one

house tearing the power leads loose and

cutting electricty to a couple of

homes.

Phillips County

5 N Malta Thunderstorm Wind (G76)

A mobile home was tossed upside down

and onto a barbed wire fence.

Phillips County

Malta Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Phillips County

Saco Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Pea sized hail accompanied the

thunderstorm along with approximately 1

inch of rain.

Valley County

10 NW Hinsdale Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Pea sized hail accompanied the

thunderstorm. There was some crop

damage in the area.

Valley County

11 NW Hinsdale Hail (0.75)

Valley County

11 NW Hinsdale Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Valley County

4 NW Hinsdale Hail (0.75)

Valley County

10 NW Hinsdale Hail (0.75)

The penny sized hail combined with wind

gusts of 60 mph produced significant

damage to the winter wheat crop.

Valley County

4 NW Hinsdale Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Four 10 inch diameter trees and

numerous 6 to 8 inch diameter branches

were knocked down by the strong

thunderstorm wind, which was estimated

to be at least 60 mph sustained, with

higher gusts.

Phillips County

4 NE Saco Hail (0.88)

Valley County

Bluff Creek Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Richland County

12 NNW Enid Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

6 to 8 inch tree limbs down. Appears

that the strong wind was in association

with channel outflow from distant

thunderstorms.

Phillips County

10 SW Malta Funnel Cloud

Dust reported coming up at mile marker

147 along Highway 191.

Phillips County

25 S Malta Funnel Cloud

Petroleum County

23 NW Winnett Hail (1.75)

Phillips County

10 SW Wagner Hail (0.75)

Phillips County

7 W Malta Hail (0.75)

Phillips County

7 W Malta Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Phillips County

Malta Funnel Cloud

Pea sized hail along with 40 mph winds.

Phillips County

4 SSE Content Hail (0.88)

Phillips County

10 E Malta Hail (3.00)

Significant car damage with the back

window of a vehicle smashed out.

Phillips County

9 WNW Saco Hail (1.75)

Mccone County

5 SSE Ft Peck Lake H Hail (1.00)

4 SSE Ft Peck Lake

Handar

Phillips County

8 NNE Bowdoin Hail (0.75)

Phillips County

Saco Hail (1.00)

Phillips County

3 NNE Saco Hail (1.00)

Valley County

13 N Saint Marie Hail (0.88)

Valley County

14 N Saint Marie Hail (1.75)

Valley County

Baylor Hail (0.88)

The hail was accompanied by 40 to 50

mph winds.

Valley County

8 SW Lustre Hail (1.00)

Valley County

16 N Saint Marie Flash Flood

Flooding reported on Gilbert Lane east

of Highway 24

Valley County

7 SSW Lustre Hail (0.88)

Valley County

3 N Baylor Hail (1.00)

Valley County

8 NNE Lustre Hail (0.75)

Daniels County

Scobey Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Roosevelt County

17 N Wolf Pt Hail (1.00)

Daniels County

6 S Flaxville Hail (1.00)

Garfield County

25 SW Jordan Hail (1.75)

Garfield County

25 SW Jordan Thunderstorm Wind (G59)

Sheridan County

5 E Redstone Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Sheridan County

10 NE Reserve Hail (0.88)

Roosevelt County

17 N Brockton Hail (1.25)

Garrield County

27 NE Jordan Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Sheridan County

15 SE Plentywood Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Valley County

Saint Marie Hail (1.50)

Valley County

2 N Ft Peck Hail (0.88)

Sheridan County

3 E Homestead Hail (0.75)

Sheridan County

Homestead Hail (2.50)

Mccone County

Cow Creek Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

Roosevelt County

2 W Wolf Pt Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Mccone County

14 NNE Vida Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

Roosevelt County

28 NNE Poplar Hail (1.00)

Roosevelt County

Poplar Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

An abandon house trailer was blown

across US Highway 2.

Daniels County

4 E Whitetail Hail (0.88)

Sheridan County

3 N Medicine Lake Hail (0.75)

Roosevelt County

Wolf Pt Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Dawson County

Bloomfield Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Roosevelt County

Froid Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

A barn roof collapsed and several trees

were down.

Sheridan County

Dagmar Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A 22 foot pine tree was uprooted by the

strong thunderstorm winds.

Sheridan County

Medicine Lake (Raws) Thunderstorm Wind (G51)

Sheridan County

13 SSE Redstone Hail (0.88)

Sheridan County

13 E Medicine Lake Hail (0.88)

Sheridan County

4 N Medicine Lake Hail (0.88)

Richland County

5 N Sidney Funnel Cloud

Sheridan County

19 SE Reserve Hail (0.75)

The hail was accompanied by 50 mph wind

gusts.

Richland County

Savage Hail (0.88)

Richland County

Savage Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Petroleum County

22 NW Winnett Flash Flood

A nearly stationary thunderstorm across

western Petroleum county produced 3.91

inches of rain in a little over an

hour. The heavy rain was accompanied by

4 to 6 inches of pea sized hail. The

combination of the rain and hail led to

drifts that were nearly a foot deep.

The Little Bear creek came out of it’s

banks in spots and led to basement

flooding in one home.

Petroleum County

Winnett Hail (1.00)

Petroleum County

12 N Winnett Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Petroleum County

Winnett Hail (0.88)

Garfield County

24 W Brusett Hail (0.88)

Phillips County

Whitewater Hail (1.00)

Garfield County

20 W Brusett Hail (1.00)

Garfield County

13 WNW Brusett Hail (0.75)

Phillips County

1 E Whitewater Hail (1.75)

Phillips County

6 S Malta Hail (0.75)

Garfeld County

10 SE Edwards Hail (0.75)

Garfield County

Jordan Arpt Thunderstorm Wind (G53)

Measured at the Jordan ASOS.

Garfield County

Jordan Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A trailer at the old Montana State

Department of Transportation

maintenance shop in Jordan was blown

over on its side.

Garfield County

10 W Jordan Flash Flood

Water flowing over County Road 245.

Garfield County

4 NNE Van Norman Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

50 to 60 foot cottonwood trees downed.

Prairie County

12 SW Terry Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Mccone County

15 W Circle Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Prairie County

5 W Terry Hail (0.88)

Wibaux County

10 SW St Phillip Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Garfield County

17 NE Jordan to Flash Flood

25 E Jordan

Areas from approximately 17 miles

northeast of Jordan to 25 miles east of

Jordan experienced heavy rainfall. The

rain washed across numerous county

gravel roads. At least two culverts

were washed out. The runoff from

tributaries of the Big Dry Creek

brought the creek up significantly, but

it remained within its banks.

Prairie County

23 E Fallon Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Wibaux County

4 W Carlyle Hail (0.75)

Wibaux County

18 S Wibaux Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Wind gusts estimated in the 60 to 70

mph range.

Valley County

6 NE Opheim Flash Flood

Roanwood Creek and the confluence of

the west fork of the Poplar River had

water running out of its banks and over

Mason Road.

Wibaux County

20 N Wibaux Flash Flood

An area that is normally dry was under

2 to 3 feet of water across an area of

approximately 75 to 100 feet.

Wibaux County

5 E Wibaux Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Phillips County

9 S Saco to Flash Flood

6 WSW Saco

Very heavy rain fell in the Larb Creek

basin, and a trained weather spotter

report of 2.3 inches of rain in a short

period of time. Water was over Larb

Creek Road where the Fourth Creek flows

into the Larb Creek. At least one

culvert washed out. This area includes

both Phillips and Valley counties as

the Larb Creek meanders across the

county line.

Dawson County

6 E Glendive to Flash Flood

6 NE Glendive

Thunderstorms which produced up to 4

inches of rainfall caused the water in

the Glendive Creek approximately 6

miles east of Glendive to go from 6

inches deep and 6 feet wide to approxi-

mately 12 feet deep and nearly 100 feet

wide. The water crossed old Highway 10.

About 6 miles northeast of Glendive a

bridge on Belle Prairie Road was washed

out as well as a culvert on Road 311.

Wibaux County

25 N Wibaux Flash Flood

Water from Smith Creek went out of its

banks about 125 feet wide and flooded

over Skaar Road. A bridge is signifi-

cantly damaged. The flooding washed

over roads in nearly 100 places accor-

ding to the Highway Department. The

roads in the northern portion of Wibaux

County were out in so many places that

the highway department ran out of flags

to mark the flooding. Two ranches in

the area measured 3 to 3.5 inches of

rain.

Valley County

6 WSW Hinsdale to Flash Flood

8 WSW Hinsdale

Very heavy rain fell in the Larb Creek

basin, and a trained weather spotter

report of 2.3 inches of rain in a short

period of time. Water was over Larb

Creek Road where the Fourth Creek flows

into the Larb Creek. At least one

culvert washed out. This area includes

both Phillips and Valley counties as

the Larb Creek meanders across the

county line.

MONTANA, South

Big Horn County

Ft Smith Hail (0.75)

Hail covered roads

Big Horn County

3 S Garryowen Hail (1.25)

Car windows broken on Interstate 90

Carter County

12 SE Ekalaka Hail (0.88)

Carter County

10 SE Ekalaka Hail (1.00)

Carter County

17 E Ekalaka Hail (0.75)

Fallon County

2 SW Baker Funnel Cloud

Small funnel for about two mintues

Fallon County

4 S Baker Hail (1.75)

Fallon County

Baker Funnel Cloud

Brief funnel cloud

Fallon County

2 SW Baker Hail (1.75)

Fallon County

Baker Hail (0.88)

Fallon County

2 N Baker Hail (1.00)

Fallon County

5 W Baker Funnel Cloud

Brief funnel cloud

Fallon County

5 W Baker Hail (1.00)

Powder River County

Epsie Hail (0.75)

Powder River County

9 W Broadus Hail (1.00)

Powder River County

4 S Broadus Hail (0.88)

Carter County

Ekalaka Hail (0.75)

Carter County

Ekalaka Hail (0.75)

Penny size hail reported by County

Sheriff

Carter County

Ekalaka Funnel Cloud

Carter County

10 NW Ekalaka Hail (1.25)

Carter County

Ekalaka Funnel Cloud

Fallon County

4 S Plevna Funnel Cloud

Fallon County

9 E Baker Funnel Cloud

Fallon County

8 ESE Webster Hail (1.25)

Numerous penny size hail stones mixed

with half dollar size hail stones

Fallon County

9 SW Olllie Tornado (F0)

Large tornado. No reports of damage.

Fallon County

Ollie Hail (0.88)

Carter County

10 NW Ekalaka Tornado (F0)

Four different tornado touchdown over a

30 minute period northwest of Ekalaka.

The tornadoes came from different parts

of a large mesocyclone. At times …

the tornadoes had mutiple vortices. No

damage was reported as the area was

sparsely populated.

10 W Biddle Tornado (F0)

The tornado touched down in the

vicinity of Buffalo Creek Ranch about

1/2 mile west and 1/2 mile north of the

intersection of Olmstead Road and Bay

Horse Road, which is five miles south

of the state line in Campbell County,

Wyoming, and about 25 miles north of

Recluse, Wyoming. There was some minor

damage to a shop and barn, as well as,

several trees downed. A few fence posts

were pulled out and a grain bin was set

on a flatbed trailer. There were homes

near the tree damage, but the homes

were not damaged.

Powder River County

4 S Broadus Flash Flood

Very heavy rain in an hour led to many

flooded fields, and water running

across roads in a few places. Four

miles north, Broadus reported 1.25

inches of rain within an hour. There

were other reports of 1.5 to 2 inches

of rain in the southern part of Powder

River County.

Powder River County

Epsie Flash Flood

Washed out culvert near Epsie and Mile

Marker 94.5 on Highway 212 west of

Broadus due to a heavy thunderstorm.

Highway 212 from just northwest of

Broadus to Ashland was closed for 22

hours after the flash flood.

Powder River County

Broadus Funnel Cloud

Funnel cloud in the Crane Acres area of

Broadus. It extended at least half way

to the ground, but it did not touch

down. Several people in the Broadus

area reported seeing the funnel cloud.

Wheatland County

Harlowton Hail (1.00)

Nickel to quarter size hail

Sweet Grass County

9 NNW Big Timber Hail (0.75)

Yellowstone County

2 NE Billings Hail (1.00)

Yellowstone County

5 NE Billings Hail (0.75)

Yellowstone County

3 E Billings Hail (1.00)

Yellowstone County

3 NE Billings Hail (2.00)

Mostly ping pong ball sized hail, but a

few as large as hen eggs

Musselshell County

13 N Musselshell Hail (0.75)

Big Horn County

Hardin Hail (0.75)

Wheatland County

Judith Gap Hail (0.88)

Custer County

24 E Volborg Hail (0.88)

Carter County

1 N Ekalaka Hail (1.25)

Fallon County

14 SE Baker Hail (1.00)

Fallon County

25 SSE Baker Hail (1.75)

Carter County

2 NW Mill Iron Hail (1.25)

Windows broken, cars damaged

Carter County

Ridge Hail (0.75)

Powder River County

Broadus Hail (0.88)

Powder River County

Broadus Hail (0.88)

Powder River County

Broadus Hail (0.88)

Powder River County

12 NE Broadus Hail (1.75)

Mostly half inch diameter hail, but a

few as large as golf balls

Rosebud County

14 NE Ingomar Hail (1.00)

Custer County

Miles City Flash Flood

The underpass and the city library had

minor flooding. In addition, some

county roads had water running over

them. A county road shoulder was washed

out.

Custer County

3 NE Miles City Hail (1.00)

Hail damage to mobile home near Kircher

Creek from nickel to quarter size hail.

Custer County

5 NE Miles City Hail (2.00)

Some crop damage in the Miles City area

from the combination of the hail and

wind.

Fallon County

2 S Plevna Heavy Rain

1.50 inches of rain fell within 45

minutes resulting in minor flooding of

creeks.

Rosebud County

11 SW Sumatra Hail (0.75)

Treasure County

20 NW Hysham Hail (0.75)

Carbon County

2 N Bridger Hail (0.75)

MONTANA, South

Stillwater County

Park City Hail (0.75)

Stillwater County

4 W Park City Hail (1.00)

Yellowstone County

6 SE Billings Hail (0.75)

Powder River County

16 NE Broadus Hail (1.75)

Powder River County

16 NE Broadus Hail (0.75)

Carbon County

7 NE Joliet Hail (0.75)

Carter County

Ridge Hail (1.00)

Yellowstone County

6 SE Laurel Hail (0.75)

Carbon County

Red Lodge Hail (1.00)

Carbon County

Red Lodge Hail (1.00)

Carbon County

2 N Red Lodge Hail (0.75)

Carter County

12 NE Boyes Hail (0.75)

Big Horn County

Hardin Hail (0.75)

Yellowstone County

25 SSE Billings to Hail (1.50)

8 NE Billings

Inch to inch and half diameter hail

seen laying next to the road 30 minutes

after the storm had moved through. Time

estimate based on radar.

Big Horn County

6 N Crow Agency Hail (1.00)

Park County

Wilsall Hail (0.88)

Rosebud County

Colstrip Hail (1.00)

Custer County

10 W Volborg Hail (0.88)

Powder River County

10 NW Olive Hail (1.00)

Golden Valley County

Belmont Hail (0.75)

Musselshell County

Roundup Hail (0.75)

Golden Valley County

15 SW Ryegate Hail (1.00)

Rosebud County

13 SW Sumatra Hail (1.00)

Rosebud County

Sumatra Hail (1.00)

Custer County

32 ESE Volborg Hail (0.88)

Powder River County

11 NE Moorhead Hail (1.00)

MONTANA, South

Powder River County

Moorhead Hail (0.88)

Carter County

3 NE Mill Iron Hail (0.75)

Powder River County

15 N Broadus Flash Flood

Highway 59 closed due to a creek

flowing over the road. One vehicle

washed off the roadway.

Powder River County

9 N Broadus Hail (0.88)

Carter County

14 W Alzada Hail (1.00)

Winds gusting to 60 mph

Powder River County

16 NE Broadus Hail (1.75)

Carter County

Ekalaka Hail (0.75)

Wind gusts to 60 mph

Carter County

Mill Iron Hail (0.88)

MTZ033

Flood

Heavy rain from thunderstorms resulted

in flooded fields. Portions of Plevna

and Baker were also flooded due to

overflowing fields that encroached into

portions of the towns. Sandstone

reservoir overtopped the spillway. In

addition, a few county roads were

washed out. However, no injuries were

reported.

Park County

5 W Livingston Hail (1.00)

Wheatland County

Harlowton Hail (0.88)

Wheatland County

2 W Shawmut Funnel Cloud

Wall cloud and funnel cloud just west

of Shawmut

Wheatland County

Shawmut Hail (0.75)

Stillwater County

18 NW Columbus Hail (1.00)

Stillwater County

7 N Reed Pt Hail (1.25)

Stillwater County

7 NE Rapelje Hail (0.75)

Yellowstone County

15 N Pompeys Pillar Hail (0.75)

Rosebud County

Colstrip Hail (0.75)

Big Horn County

4 NW Decker Hail (0.75)

Billings Hail (0.75)

NWS employee reported penny size hail

around 27th street in downtown

Billings.

Yellowstone County

Billings Hail (0.75)

Big Horn County

St Xavier Hail (0.75)

Big Horn County

9 N Lodge Grass Hail (1.00)

Big Horn County

4 N Lodge Grass Hail (1.75)

Big Horn County

1 SW Wyola Hail (0.75)

Big Horn County

5 S Busby Hail (0.75)

Rosebud County

Lame Deer Hail (0.75)

Rosebud County

2 N Ashland Hail (0.75)

Rosebud County

3 E Ashland Hail (1.75)

Powder River County

17 NW Sonnette Hail (0.88)

Powder River County

16 NW Sonnette Hail (2.00)

Powder River County

19 NW Sonnette Hail (1.00)

Big Horn County

4 NW Decker Hail (0.75)

Powder River County

12 NW Broadus Hail (1.00)

Powder River County

15 N Broadus Hail (0.88)

Powder River County

12 N Broadus Hail (1.00)

Fallon County

14 N Baker Hail (0.75)

Powder River County

2 N Broadus Hail (0.88)

Powder River County

3 W Broadus Hail (1.00)

Carter County

12 SW Ekalaka Hail (0.88)

Garden shredded

Carter County

15 E Ekalaka Hail (1.00)

Leaves stripped from trees

MONTANA, West

MTZ002>003

Flood

Three days of moderate to heavy rain on

top of snow pack in the Mission and

Swan Mountains caused small creeks to

flood with mud and debris flows causing

damage. Total rainfall amounts ranged

from 2.50 inches in the valleys, and 4

to 7 inches over higher terrain in Lake

County. Damage occurred mainly in Lake

County due to washouts of roads and

clogged culverts from debris and water

flowing out of the Mission Mountains.

Several bridges along creeks were also

damaged. The worse damage occurred

along the east side of Flathead Lake on

Highway 35 between mile markers 9 and

12. The highway was closed for several

days from several creeks that had

washed out and covered the highway with

debris and mud. Montana Pines RV Park

along the east shore was flooded with

two recreational vehicles damaged from

high water. Near Ronan, Post and North

Crow Creeks flooded and trapped 14

families on Michel Road, where a bridge

was washed out and a home was flooded.

Three families were cut off by high

water on Canyon Mill Road east of

Ronan. Flooding of roads also occurred

near St. Ignatius. Damage ranged from

$200,000 in the city of Ronan to

$500,000 for Lake County. In Flathead

County, a home was flooded from Hemlar

Creek over topping its banks. Other

creeks that flooded were Krause and

Handkerchief were homes were also

threatened by high water. Flooding of

low lying areas was reported near Swan

Lake. In Big Fork Bay, the combination

of high creek flows and high water in

Flathead Lake, caused rising water and

minor damage to docks in the bay. In

Glacier National Park, the Going to the

Sun Road was closed due to rockslides

from heavy rainfall.

Flathead County

Whitefish to Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Bigfork

Strong thunderstorms moved through the

northern and eastern portions of the

Flathead Valley from Whitefish,

Kalispell, Columbia Falls, Corum to

Ferndale and to Big Fork. Thunderstorm

winds caused numerous trees to fall

onto power lines with widespread power

outages. Flathead County Sheriff also

reported damage to a roof of a business

in Kalispell.

Deer Lodge County

Anaconda Hail (1.00)

Deer Lodge County

8 SE Anaconda Hail (1.75)

Silver Bow County

Rocker Hail (1.75)

Strong thunderstorms moved through

Anaconda and Rocker areas, with large

hail up to golf ball size reported in

each location. A weather spotter

reported hail damage to cars in Rocker.

Granite County

5 W Drummond Hail (0.75)

Ravalli County

6 E Darby Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Ravalli County

Hamilton Thunderstorm Wind (G54)

Ravalli County

Hamilton Thunderstorm Wind (G54)

Severe thunderstorms with strong winds

blew down power lines and started

numerous fires in Hamilton during the

evening hours. Trees were also blown

down onto Sula Peak Road.

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