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January 2005

                                        Time        Path       Path
                                        Local/      Length     Width
Location                        Date    Standard    (Miles)    (Yards)

ILLINOIS, Central
  Tazewell County
    1 W Minier                  12      2130CST
                                13      0330CST

                                Stringtown road was closed west of
                                Minier due to water flowing over road.

  Mclean County
    Normal                      12      2204CST
                                13      0404CST

                                Many streets were flooded in town.

  Morgan County
    Jacksonville                12      2208CST
                                13      0408CST

                                Numerous streets were flooded in town.

  Logan County
    Lincoln                     12      2220CST
                                13      0420CST

                                Numerous streets were flooded in town,
                                including Illinois Route 10

  Sangamon County
    Springfield                 12      2300CST
                                13      1140CST

                                Cokie Mill Road on the west side of
                                town was closed due to water over the
                                road.

  De Witt County
    Hallville                   12      2320CST
                                13      0530CST

                                6 to 8 inches of water reported flowing
                                over Illinois Route 10.

  Christian County
    Assumption                  12      2345CST

                                Power line and large tree down.

  Christian County
    Countywide                  13      0030CST
                                        0630CST

                                Many roads were flooded in county,
                                including U.S. Highway 51.

  Macon County
    Countywide                  13      0030CST
                                        0630CST

                                Many roads were flooded in county.
  Shelby County
    Shelbyville                 13      0030CST
                                        0630CST

                                Illinois Route 128 had water flowing
                                across it.

  Champaign County
    Mahomet                     13      0100CST
                                        0700CST

                                U.S. 150 had water flowing over the
                                road.

  Effingham County
    Effingham                   13      0105CST

                                Measured gust from CO-OP Observer.

  Effingham County
    Effingham                   13      0105CST
                                        0115CST

                                Thunderstorm wind gusts tore an awning
                                off a gas station and caused roof
                                damage to a couple other buildings in
                                Effingham.

  Moultrie County
    Countywide                  13      0200CST
                                        1200CST

                                Many roads were flooded in county.

ILLINOIS, Central
  Clay County
    Clay City                   13      0400CST
                                        1300CST

                                CO-OP Observer reported water flowing
                                across Wilcox Road.

  Effingham County
    Countywide                  13      0400CST
                                        13000ST

                                Several low lying roads in county were
                                impassible due to water flowing across
                                them.

  Jasper County
    Newton                      13      0415CST
                                        13000ST

                                Water was flowing across Illinois Route
                                33 in town.

  Richland County
    Central Portion             13      0415CST
                                        1300CST

                                Many roads along the Fox River had
                                water flowing across them. In addition,
                                numerous streets in Olney were flooded.

  Crawford County
    South Portion               13      0430CST
                                        1300CST

                                Many roads were flooded over southern
                                half of county.

  Lawrence County
    Countywide                  13      0430CST
                                        1300CST

                                Many roads were flooded in county.

  ILZ063-068-073                Clark--Crawford --Lawrence
                                15      1400CST
                                20      1600CST

                                The Wabash River climbed to record or
                                near record levels in many locations
                                along the Illinois/Indiana border. On
                                the afternoon of the 15th, a levee
                                breach was observed just north of
                                Darwin, in eastern Clark County. Water
                                from the Wabash River surrounded the
                                towns of York and Darwin, and the only
                                way to get to these towns was by boat.
                                The river flooding required the
                                evacuation of around 100 people from
                                the town of Hutsonville in Crawford
                                County. The flood waters washed out a
                                bridge on Robinson-Marshall Road in
                                Crawford County. The river came within
                                a foot of overtopping a levee in
                                eastern Lawrence County. A major levee
                                failure on the Indiana side of the
                                Wabash River caused the flooding on the
                                Illinois side of the river to be less
                                severe than it may have been. Damage
                                estimates across the region totaled
                                $335,000.

                                    Number of            Estimated
                                     Persons               Damage

Location                        Killed    Injured     Property    Crops

ILLINOIS, Central
  Tazewell County
    1 W Minier                    0          0

                                Stringtown road was closed west of
                                Minier due to water flowing over road.

  Mclean County
    Normal                        0          0

                                Many streets were flooded in town.

  Morgan County
    Jacksonville                  0          0

                                Numerous streets were flooded in town.

  Logan County
    Lincoln                       0          0

                                Numerous streets were flooded in town,
                                including Illinois Route 10

  Sangamon County
    Springfield                   0          0

                                Cokie Mill Road on the west side of
                                town was closed due to water over the
                                road.

  De Witt County
    Hallville                     0          0

                                6 to 8 inches of water reported flowing
                                over Illinois Route 10.

  Christian County
    Assumption                    0          0

                                Power line and large tree down.

  Christian County
    Countywide                    0          0

                                Many roads were flooded in county,
                                including U.S. Highway 51.

  Macon County
    Countywide                    0          0

                                Many roads were flooded in county.
  Shelby County
    Shelbyville                   0          0         165K

                                Illinois Route 128 had water flowing
                                across it.

  Champaign County
    Mahomet                       0          0

                                U.S. 150 had water flowing over the
                                road.

  Effingham County
    Effingham                     0          0

                                Measured gust from CO-OP Observer.

  Effingham County
    Effingham                     0          0

                                Thunderstorm wind gusts tore an awning
                                off a gas station and caused roof
                                damage to a couple other buildings in
                                Effingham.

  Moultrie County
    Countywide                    0          0         168K

                                Many roads were flooded in county.

ILLINOIS, Central
  Clay County
    Clay City                     0          0

                                CO-OP Observer reported water flowing
                                across Wilcox Road.

  Effingham County
    Countywide                    0          0

                                Several low lying roads in county were
                                impassible due to water flowing across
                                them.

  Jasper County
    Newton                        0          0

                                Water was flowing across Illinois Route
                                33 in town.

  Richland County
    Central Portion               0          0          46K

                                Many roads along the Fox River had
                                water flowing across them. In addition,
                                numerous streets in Olney were flooded.

  Crawford County
    South Portion                 0          0

                                Many roads were flooded over southern
                                half of county.

  Lawrence County
    Countywide                    0          0

                                Many roads were flooded in county.

  ILZ063-068-073
                                  0          0

                                The Wabash River climbed to record or
                                near record levels in many locations
                                along the Illinois/Indiana border. On
                                the afternoon of the 15th, a levee
                                breach was observed just north of
                                Darwin, in eastern Clark County. Water
                                from the Wabash River surrounded the
                                towns of York and Darwin, and the only
                                way to get to these towns was by boat.
                                The river flooding required the
                                evacuation of around 100 people from
                                the town of Hutsonville in Crawford
                                County. The flood waters washed out a
                                bridge on Robinson-Marshall Road in
                                Crawford County. The river came within
                                a foot of overtopping a levee in
                                eastern Lawrence County. A major levee
                                failure on the Indiana side of the
                                Wabash River caused the flooding on the
                                Illinois side of the river to be less
                                severe than it may have been. Damage
                                estimates across the region totaled
                                $335,000.

Location                        Character of Storm

ILLINOIS, Central
  Tazewell County
    1 W Minier                  Flash Flood

                                Stringtown road was closed west of
                                Minier due to water flowing over road.

  Mclean County
    Normal                      Flash Flood

                                Many streets were flooded in town.

  Morgan County
    Jacksonville                Flash Flood

                                Numerous streets were flooded in town.

  Logan County
    Lincoln                     Flash Flood

                                Numerous streets were flooded in town,
                                including Illinois Route 10

  Sangamon County
    Springfield                 Flash Flood

                                Cokie Mill Road on the west side of
                                town was closed due to water over the
                                road.

  De Witt County
    Hallville                   Flash Flood

                                6 to 8 inches of water reported flowing
                                over Illinois Route 10.

  Christian County
    Assumption                  Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Power line and large tree down.

  Christian County
    Countywide                  Flash Flood

                                Many roads were flooded in county,
                                including U.S. Highway 51.

  Macon County
    Countywide                  Flash Flood

                                Many roads were flooded in county.
  Shelby County
    Shelbyville                 Flash Flood

                                Illinois Route 128 had water flowing
                                across it.

  Champaign County
    Mahomet                     Flash Flood

                                U.S. 150 had water flowing over the
                                road.

  Effingham County
    Effingham                   Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

                                Measured gust from CO-OP Observer.

  Effingham County
    Effingham                   Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

                                Thunderstorm wind gusts tore an awning
                                off a gas station and caused roof
                                damage to a couple other buildings in
                                Effingham.

  Moultrie County
    Countywide                  Flash Flood

                                Many roads were flooded in county.

ILLINOIS, Central
  Clay County
    Clay City                   Flash Flood

                                CO-OP Observer reported water flowing
                                across Wilcox Road.

  Effingham County
    Countywide                  Flash Flood

                                Several low lying roads in county were
                                impassible due to water flowing across
                                them.

  Jasper County
    Newton                      Flash Flood

                                Water was flowing across Illinois Route
                                33 in town.

  Richland County
    Central Portion             Flash Flood

                                Many roads along the Fox River had
                                water flowing across them. In addition,
                                numerous streets in Olney were flooded.

  Crawford County
    South Portion               Flash Flood

                                Many roads were flooded over southern
                                half of county.

  Lawrence County
    Countywide                  Flash Flood

                                Many roads were flooded in county.

  ILZ063-068-073
                                Flood

                                The Wabash River climbed to record or
                                near record levels in many locations
                                along the Illinois/Indiana border. On
                                the afternoon of the 15th, a levee
                                breach was observed just north of
                                Darwin, in eastern Clark County. Water
                                from the Wabash River surrounded the
                                towns of York and Darwin, and the only
                                way to get to these towns was by boat.
                                The river flooding required the
                                evacuation of around 100 people from
                                the town of Hutsonville in Crawford
                                County. The flood waters washed out a
                                bridge on Robinson-Marshall Road in
                                Crawford County. The river came within
                                a foot of overtopping a levee in
                                eastern Lawrence County. A major levee
                                failure on the Indiana side of the
                                Wabash River caused the flooding on the
                                Illinois side of the river to be less
                                severe than it may have been. Damage
                                estimates across the region totaled
                                $335,000.

March 2005

                                        Time        Path       Path
                                        Local/      Length     Width
Location                        Date    Standard    (Miles)    (Yards)

GEORGIA, North and Central
  Upson County
    Thomaston                   31      0230EST

                                The Upson County Emergency Manager
                                reported that two homes were struck by
                                lightning. The roof of one home was set
                                on fire and the home was completely
                                destroyed. The other home suffered
                                major damage.

  Bibb County
    3 N Macon                   31      0530EST

                                WMAZ Television of Macon relayed a
                                report of nickel-sized hail.

  Rockdale County
    Conyers                     31      0730EST

                                The Macon Telegraph reported that
                                lightning struck and set on fire a
                                historic monestary. The building was
                                built by Trappist Monks more than six
                                decades ago. Three of the building's
                                wings were completely destroyed by the
                                ensuing fire and the fourth was damaged
                                beyond repair. One firefighter suffered
                                injuries while fighting the blaze.

  Heard County
    Countywide                  31      0808EST
                                        1208EST

                                The Heard County 911 Center reported
                                that a number of roads in the county
                                were flooded. Mayhayley Road was closed
                                as it was not passable.

                                    Number of            Estimated
                                     Persons               Damage

Location                        Killed    Injured     Property    Crops

GEORGIA, North and Central
  Upson County
    Thomaston                     0          0         250K

                                The Upson County Emergency Manager
                                reported that two homes were struck by
                                lightning. The roof of one home was set
                                on fire and the home was completely
                                destroyed. The other home suffered
                                major damage.

  Bibb County
    3 N Macon                     0          0

                                WMAZ Television of Macon relayed a
                                report of nickel-sized hail.

  Rockdale County
    Conyers                       0          0         500K

                                The Macon Telegraph reported that
                                lightning struck and set on fire a
                                historic monestary. The building was
                                built by Trappist Monks more than six
                                decades ago. Three of the building's
                                wings were completely destroyed by the
                                ensuing fire and the fourth was damaged
                                beyond repair. One firefighter suffered
                                injuries while fighting the blaze.

  Heard County
    Countywide                    0          0          25K

                                The Heard County 911 Center reported
                                that a number of roads in the county
                                were flooded. Mayhayley Road was closed
                                as it was not passable.

Location                        Character of Storm

GEORGIA, North and Central
  Upson County
    Thomaston                   Lightning

                                The Upson County Emergency Manager
                                reported that two homes were struck by
                                lightning. The roof of one home was set
                                on fire and the home was completely
                                destroyed. The other home suffered
                                major damage.

  Bibb County
    3 N Macon                   Hail (0.88)

                                WMAZ Television of Macon relayed a
                                report of nickel-sized hail.

  Rockdale County
    Conyers                     Lightning

                                The Macon Telegraph reported that
                                lightning struck and set on fire a
                                historic monestary. The building was
                                built by Trappist Monks more than six
                                decades ago. Three of the building's
                                wings were completely destroyed by the
                                ensuing fire and the fourth was damaged
                                beyond repair. One firefighter suffered
                                injuries while fighting the blaze.

  Heard County
    Countywide                  Flash Flood

                                The Heard County 911 Center reported
                                that a number of roads in the county
                                were flooded. Mayhayley Road was closed
                                as it was not passable.

April 2005

                                        Time        Path       Path
                                        Local/      Length     Width
Location                        Date    Standard    (Miles)    (Yards)

GEORGIA, North and Central
  Clarke County
    Athens to                   13      1505EST
    5 SE Athens                         1525EST

                                The public the and the Athens County
                                911 Center reported dime to
                                nickel-sized hail.

  Polk County
    Cedartown                   22      2027EST
                                        2030EST

                                The public reported that penny-sized
                                hail fell for several minutes.

MICHIGAN, Upper
  MIZ013                        Delta
                                02      0800EST
                                03      1300EST

                                On the morning of the 2nd, an ice jam
                                200 to 300 feet in length formed on the
                                Rapid River three miles north of Rapid
                                River, MI. Minor flooding occurred in
                                the Rapid River and Maplewood areas
                                with water flowing over Highway US-2 in
                                Rapid River. Around noon on the 3rd, an
                                excavator was used to break up the ice
                                jam, and within a few hours, flood
                                waters had receded.

                                    Number of            Estimated
                                     Persons               Damage

Location                        Killed    Injured    Property    Crops

GEORGIA, North and Central
  Clarke County
    Athens to                     0          0
    5 SE Athens
                                The public the and the Athens County
                                911 Center reported dime to
                                nickel-sized hail.

  Polk County
    Cedartown                     0          0

                                The public reported that penny-sized
                                hail fell for several minutes.

MICHIGAN, Upper
  MIZ013
                                  0          0

                                On the morning of the 2nd, an ice jam
                                200 to 300 feet in length formed on the
                                Rapid River three miles north of Rapid
                                River, MI. Minor flooding occurred in
                                the Rapid River and Maplewood areas
                                with water flowing over Highway US-2 in
                                Rapid River. Around noon on the 3rd, an
                                excavator was used to break up the ice
                                jam, and within a few hours, flood
                                waters had receded.

Location                        Character of Storm

GEORGIA, North and Central
  Clarke County
    Athens to                   Hail (0.88)
    5 SE Athens
                                The public the and the Athens County
                                911 Center reported dime to
                                nickel-sized hail.

  Polk County
    Cedartown                   Hail (0.75)

                                The public reported that penny-sized
                                hail fell for several minutes.

MICHIGAN, Upper
  MIZ013
                                Flood

                                On the morning of the 2nd, an ice jam
                                200 to 300 feet in length formed on the
                                Rapid River three miles north of Rapid
                                River, MI. Minor flooding occurred in
                                the Rapid River and Maplewood areas
                                with water flowing over Highway US-2 in
                                Rapid River. Around noon on the 3rd, an
                                excavator was used to break up the ice
                                jam, and within a few hours, flood
                                waters had receded.

May 2005

Additions/Corrections

                                        Time        Path       Path
                                        Local/      Length     Width
Location                        Date    Standard    (Miles)    (Yards)

COLORADO, Central and Northeast
  Elbert County
    4 S Kiowa                   24      1300MST
  Weld County
    Stoneham                    24      1331MST     0.10       50

                                A small tornado touched down but did no
                                damage.

  Logan County
    6 NW Willard                24      1340MST
  Weld County
    1 SW Stoneham               24      1344MST
  Morgan County
    1 NW Ft Morgan              24      1350MST
  Morgan County
    5 N Snyder                  24      1359MST     0.10       50

                                A small tornado touched down briefly
                                but did no damage.

  Logan County
    6 WNW Sterling              24      1407MST     0.10       50

                                A small tornado touched down briefly
                                but did no damage.

  Washington County
    18 NE Akron                 24      1416MST
  Washington County
    8 W Akron                   24      1435MST     0.10       50
                                        1440MST

                                A small tornado touched down briefly
                                but did no damage.

  Washington County
    8 NW Akron                  24      1442MST
  Washington County
    17 NE Otis                  24      1450MST
  Washington County
    10 NNE Akron                24      1454MST
  Jefferson County
    Arvada                      24      1624MST
  Denver County
    Denver                      24      1632MST
  Denver County
    Denver                      24      1647MST
COLORADO, West
  COZ022                        Animas River Basin
                                20      1242MST
                                30      1527MST

                                Warm spring temperatures resulted in
                                rapid melting of the snowpack which
                                caused flooding along Vallecito Creek
                                and some of its tributaries, such as
                                Grimes Creek in La Plata County. Low
                                lying areas along the creek were
                                flooded. Some residential streets in a
                                diameter sewer line was washed out by
                                the flood waters south of Hermosa near
                                the Animas River confluence. Tree
                                damming in Hesperus forced flood waters
                                into the Pine Wind Mobile Home Park
                                just south of Highway 160. A small dike
                                was breached and 5 of the 28 mobile
                                home units had flood waters surrounding
                                them and residents had to wade through
                                thigh-high water. Flood waters also
                                inundated areas south of Hesperus near
                                County Road 125 and Highway 140.

  COZ022                        Animas River Basin
                                22      1010MST
                                30      1527MST

                                Warm spring temperatures resulted in
                                rapid melting of snowpack which caused
                                flooding along Junction Creek northwest
                                of Durango. After years of drought and
                                a lack of flushing flows, debris
                                buildup in river and creek channels
                                enhanced flooding. Flood waters
                                inundated a mobile home park, where
                                mobile homes had to be moved out and
                                residents evacuated. Major bank erosion
                                occurred along Junction Creek and flood
                                waters cut a new channel.

  COZ009-011                    Grand And Battlement Mesas--Central
                                Gunnison And Uncompahgre River Basin
                                22      1200MST
                                30      1200MST

                                Warm spring temperatures caused rapid
                                melting of the mountain snowpack across
                                the Grand Mesa and West Elk Mountains
                                resulting in high water flows and minor
                                flooding in portions of Delta County.
                                Along Surface Creek near Cedaredge and
                                Eckert, several bridges were closed
                                after water began flowing over the
                                roads. Flood waters inundated the
                                garage of a resident in Eckert and
                                extensive flooding of lowland areas
                                occurred. Flooding of a river park
                                occurred along Minnesota Creek near
                                Paonia where sandbagging operations
                                were in place. Two homes near Minnesota
                                Creek were evacuated after their leach
                                fields became flooded. Several debris
                                and trash dams had to be cleared along
                                the waterways.

  COZ007                        Debeque To Silt Corridor
                                22      1200MST
                                30      1200MST

                                A wave of warm spring temperatures
                                caused rapid melting of an abundant
                                snowpack of the Grand Mesa resulting in
                                high flows and minor flooding along
                                Plateau Creek in north-central Mesa
                                County. Water exceeded the banks of the
                                creek in areas below the De Beque
                                Cutoff, causing minor flooding of low
                                lying pasture lands and a few
                                outbuildings.

  COZ023                        San Juan River Basin
                                22      1446MST
                                30      1527MST

                                Warm spring temperatures resulted in
                                rapid melting of snowpack which caused
                                flooding along the Rio Blanco River
                                near Pagosa Springs. After years of
                                drought and a lack of flushing flows,
                                debris buildup in rivers and creeks
                                enhanced flooding. Flood waters
                                inundated 4 homes with water up to 12
                                inches above the foundation on some
                                homes. Portions of County Roads 335,
                                337, and 339 were flooded with water up
                                to 16 inches deep in places. Flood
                                waters damaged County Road 326 and
                                washed out a culvert. One person is
                                believed to have fallen over a cliff
                                into the swollen river and drowned. The
                                person was not found.

  COZ022                        Animas River Basin
                                23      0630MST
                                30      1527MST

                                Warm spring temperatures resulted in
                                rapid melting of snowpack which caused
                                high water and flooding along the
                                Animas River and its tributaries around
                                Durango, and areas north of Durango to
                                Hermosa. Santa Rita Park just south of
                                the main part of Durango flooded and
                                the Animas River Trail was flooded in
                                places. Extensive lowland flooding of
                                ranch and pasture land occurred in the
                                Animas River Valley around Durango.
                                High water lapped at railroad tracks
                                running along the Animas River from
                                Durango to Falls Creek. High water also
                                caused extensive bank erosion along
                                Hermosa Creek.

GEORGIA, East Central
  Columbia County
    Appling                     10      1502EST

                                EM reported nickel size hail.
  Columbia County
    Pollards Corner             10      1519EST

                                EM reported penny size hail.

  Richmond County
    Ft Gordon                   10      1555EST

                                SKYWARN HAM reported 3/4 inch hail at
                                Ft. Gordon.

  Columbia County
    2 S Grovetown               20      1255EST

                                EM reported nickel size hail on I-20.

  Columbia County
    8 NW Evans                  20      1300EST

                                EM reported docks moved 70 feet and
                                damaged along with minor damage to
                                several boats. Eight to ten trees were
                                down and a roof was damaged.

  Columbia County
    Appling                     20      1312EST

                                EM reported dime size hail on the west
                                end of the county.

  Columbia County
    Evans                       20      1328EST

                                EM reported numerous trees down on
                                homes, one home split in half, in the
                                Country Place subdivision. Trees were
                                laid out in a typical fan shape
                                microburst pattern.

  Richmond County
    Ft Gordon                   20      1330EST

                                TV26 reported nickel size hail in the
                                Ft. Gordon area.

  Richmond County
    Augusta                     20      1335EST

                                TV26 reported several trees down around
                                the city.

SOUTH CAROLINA, Central
  Saluda County
    6 NNE Saluda                10      1340EST

                                Saluda county EM reported they received
                                a report of nickel size hail northeast
                                of town.

  Newberry County
    2 SE Silverstreet           10      1355EST

                                Post Office carrier reported 3/4 inch
                                hail occurred just southeast of Silver
                                Street.

  Saluda County
    1 W Batesburg               10      1431EST

                                SKYWARN spotter reported 1 inch hail
                                just west of Batesburg.

  Lexington County
    Leesville                   10      1436EST

                                SKYWARN spotter reported golf ball size
                                hail.

  Mccormick County
    6 NW Me Cormick to          10      1440EST
    6 SE Me Cormick                     1510EST

                                EM reported quarter size hail across
                                much of the county.

  Kershaw County
    2 E Elgin                   10      1442EST

                                Public called in a report of 1 inch
                                hail.

  Aiken County
    Belvedere                   10      1552EST

                                TV 26 reported nickel size hail.

  Edgefield County
    10 N Edgefield              10      1555EST

                                Sheriff reported 3/4 inch hail north of
                                Edgefield.

  Lexington County
    Leesville                   10      1600EST

                                Public called in a report of penny size
                                hail.

  Aiken County
    2 N North Augusta           10      1605EST

                                SKYWARN HAM reported nickel size hail
                                on I-20 at mile marker 5.

  Kershaw County
    Camden                      10      1606EST

                                SKYWARN HAM reported penny size hail in
                                Camden.

  Kershaw County
    5 N Cassatt                 10      1615EST

                                Postal carrier reported 3/4 inch hail
                                on sc hwy 341.

  Lancaster County
    6 NE Kershaw                10      1623EST

                                Public reported penny size hail in and
                                around the Midway Community.

  Saluda County
    Ward                        10      1628EST

                                EM reported nickel size hail in the
                                Ward area.

  Chesterfield County
    Pageland                    10      1630EST

                                Sheriff reported nickel size hail in
                                Pageland.

  Saluda County
    1 W Ridge Spg               10      1630EST

                                Public called in a report of 3/4 inch
                                hail.

  Lee County
    3 E Bishopville             10      1645EST

                                Park Service reported 3/4 inch hail.

  Orangeburg County
    Springfield                 10      1653EST

                                Post Office reported 3/4 inch hail.

  Lexington County
    11 WNW Pelion               10      1700EST
                                        1815EST

                                SKYWARN HAM reported flash flooding
                                across rural roads, closing several of
                                them in the Steedman area.

  Orangeburg County
    2 E Norway                  10      1700EST
                                        1710EST

                                Public reported quarter size hail.

  Bamberg County
    Olar                        10      1807EST

                                Sheriff reported 3/4 inch hail in Olar
                                and the surrounding area.

  Saluda County
    7 WNW Saluda                13      1745EST

                                Mayson Fire Dept. reported quarter size
                                hail.

  Fairfield County
    12 ENE Winnsboro            15      1340EST
                                        1345EST

                                Park Service reported 3/4 to 1.5 inch
                                hail.

  Kershaw County
    Liberty Hill                15      1345EST

                                Public reported golf ball size hail in
                                the Liberty Hill area.

  Clarendon County
    12 NE Manning               15      1630EST

                                Public reported 3/4 inch hail in the
                                Oak Dale Community area.

  Orangeburg County
    Eutawville                  15      1840EST

                                Trained spotter reported penny size
                                hail.

  Newberry County
    Chappells                   13      1827EST

                                Postal carrier reported penny size hail
                                in the Chappels area.

  Sumter County
    Mayesville                  15      1853EST

                                Post Office reported large branches
                                down in and around Mayesville.

  Lee County
    St Charles                  15      1900EST

                                Post Office reported large branches
                                down in and around the St. Charles
                                area.

  Richland County
    Forest Acres                17      1431EST

                                SKYWARN HAM reported nickel size hail.

  Barnwell County
    Elko                        17      1540EST

                                Elko Grocery reported quarter size
                                hail.

  Aiken County
    5 SW Wagener                17      1655EST

                                Water Wheel Grocery reported penny size
                                hail.

  Orangeburg County
    4 NW Orangeburg             17      1535EST

                                Public reported penny size hail at
                                outdoor equipment facility on hwy 178.

  Mccormick County
    Clarks Hill                 20      1308EST

                                Mesonet site at Clarks Hill recorded a
                                73mph gust.

  Aiken County
    Clearwater                  20      1338EST

                                Electric coop reported several trees
                                down and power outages in Clearwater.

  Aiken County
    5 W New Ellenton            20      1340EST

                                Public called in a report of nickel
                                size hail at Hollow Creek.

  Bamberg County
    Olar                        20      1345EST

                                Electric coop reported large limbs down
                                on powerlines with power outages.

  Lexington County
    Leesville                   20      1350EST

                                Electric coop reported trees and
                                powerlines down on Monticello road.

  Lexington County
    8 SW Lexington              20      1403EST

                                EM reported a couple trees down on Pond
                                Branch road.

  Barnwell County
    3 ENE Barnwell              20      1406EST

                                Post Office reported penny size hail on
                                hwy 70.

  Bamberg County
    Denmark                     20      1420EST

                                Highway dept. reported a few trees down
                                in the Denmark area.

  Barnwell County
    8 NE Williston              20      1420EST

                                Public called in a report of quarter
                                size hail.

  Aiken County
    Salley                      20      1423EST

                                Post Office reported nickel size hail.

  Orangeburg County
    Springfield                 20      1426EST

                                EM reported quarter size hail.

  Aiken County
    5 SW Wagener                20      1430EST

                                Public reported numerous large branches
                                down around the Water Wheel Grocery
                                Store area.

  Calhoun County
    St Matthews                 20      1453EST

                                Public reported quarter size hail in
                                the St. Matthews

  Richland County
    Eastover                    20      1455EST

                                Post Office reported nickel size hail
                                in the Eastover area.

  Calhoun County
    1 W St Matthews             20      1505EST

                                Public reported 3/4 inch hail west of
                                St. Matthews.

  Sumter County
    Mayesville                  20      1532EST

                                Electric coop reported trees down on
                                powerlines with power outages.

  Barnwell County
    Barnwell Co Arpt            20      1400EST

                                A lightning strike knocked out the
                                airports nondirectional beacon and its
                                weather communications equipment.

TEXAS, North
  TXZ091>093-101>104            Montague--Cooke--Grayson--Jack--Wise--
                                Denton--Collin
                                01      0000CST
                                31      2359CST

                                Continued below normal rainfall caused
                                portions of north Texas to be upgraded
                                from moderate drought (D1) to severe
                                drought (D2), as classified by the U.S.
                                Drought Monitor. Portions of Montague,
                                Cooke, Grayson, Fannin, Jack, Wise,
                                Denton, and Collin Counties were
                                considered to be in severe drought by
                                late May. By the end of the month, the
                                drought had made significant
                                agricultural and hydrological impacts
                                on the region. High winds and dry
                                conditions contributed to high fire
                                danger. According to the Drought Impact
                                Reporter, cattle grasses were reported
                                as low to none, and stock ponds were
                                low to dry. The drought continued into
                                June.

  Lampasas County
    Lampasas                    08      0529CST

                                Power lines knocked down.

  Coryell County
    1 NE Gatesville             08      0538CST

                                Several trees knocked down.

  Mclennan County
    Central Portion to          08      0600CST
    Countywide
                                Numerous power lines and trees were
                                blown down and minor roof damage was
                                reported. Also, a barn was destroyed
                                near Hewitt.

  Bell County
    Temple                      08      0615CST

                                Significant damage to homes reported,
                                including roofs blown off. Trees and
                                fences were blown down, as well as
                                dozens of power lines in the city's
                                northern historic district.

  Milam County
    Rockdale                    08      0627CST

                                Power lines knocked down.

  Falls County
    Marlin                      08      0632CST

                                Large tree limbs broken off.

  Milam County
    4 NE Cameron                08      0636CST

                                Trees blown down.

  Limestone County
    Kosse                       08      0656CST
  Robertson County
    Franklin                    08      0705CST

                                Several trees blown down.

  Limestone County
    Mexia                       08      0715CST

                                Trees and power lines knocked down.

  Freestone County
    Fairfield                   08      0735CST

                                Numerous trees and power lines knocked
                                down.

  Freestone County
    Teague                      08      0735CST

                                Large trees fell on at least two
                                porches, causing significant damage. A
                                mobile home was blown across a street.
                                Glass was blown out of a storefront on
                                Highway 84. A large oak tree fell onto
                                a mobile home, and a barn was also
                                destroyed. Numerous trees and power
                                lines were also knocked down throughout
                                town

  Leon County
    Buffalo                     08      0738CST

                                Power lines blown down.

  Anderson County
    3 W Palestine               08      0809CST

                                Three inch tree limbs broken off ...
                                relayed by sheriffs office.

  Anderson County
    Montalba                    08      0812CST

                                Silo overturned by high winds.

  Anderson County
    Countywide                  08      0821CST

                                Power lines and tree limbs blown down
                                across the county.

  Anderson County
    Palestine                   08      0830CST

                                Damage to roofs, carports, and sheds
                                occurred. Several large trees were
                                uprooted and power lines were knocked
                                down.

  Henderson County
    Eustace                     08      0830CST

                                A residential barn and all its contents
                                were destroyed. The barn blew across
                                Ranchette Road and downed several
                                electrical lines. A tractor and other
                                items in the barn were damaged. Trees
                                were also uprooted.

  Young County
    3 SW Olney                  08      1604CST
  Jack County
    6 S Jacksboro               08      1622CST
  Palo Pinto County
    3 E Graford                 08      1638CST

                                Relayed by Parker county sheriffs
                                office.

  Jack County
    Perrin                      08      1640CST
  Wise County
    Lake Bridgeport             08      1648CST
  Mills County
    2 N Mullin                  08      1706CST

                                Tree limbs broken.

  Rains County
    20 SW Emory                 25      1345CST

                                Large tree blown down across CR 1490.

  Rains County
    Emory                       25      1345CST

                                Power lines snapped in half.

  Van Zandt County
    Wills Pt                    25      1355CST

                                Power lines blown down and signs blown
                                off buildings.

  Navarro County
    3 NW Eureka                 25      1430CST

                                A trailer home was completely destroyed
                                and concrete-rooted support posts were
                                pulled out of the ground and tossed by
                                high winds. Numerous other trailer
                                homes, sheds, awnings, chimneys, as
                                well as a boat and a trampoline were
                                damaged or destroyed by high wind. Most
                                of the damage occurred near the
                                intersection of FM 637 and FM 2859
                                between Mildred and Eureka.

  Henderson County
    Athens                      25      1437CST
  Navarro County
    Eureka                      25      1445CST
  Navarro County
    Eureka                      25      1445CST

                                Several trees blown down.

  Anderson County
    Frankston                   25      1500CST

                                A large tree fell on a carport and
                                damaged a car. Also, at least 5 power
                                lines were knocked down.

  Anderson County
    Palestine                   25      1500CST

                                A transformer was struck by lightning
                                and caught on fire, causing power
                                outages.

  Anderson County
    Montalba                    25      1511CST
  Anderson County
    Montalba                    25      1515CST

                                Several trees blown down.

  Parker County
    5 N Cool                    25      1758CST
  Parker County
    15 NW Weatherford           25      1812CST

                                Nickel size hail reported in Poolville

  Palo Pinto County
    Salesville                  25      1838CST
  Stephens County
    4 W Wayland                 25      2025CST

UTAH, East
  UTZ023>024                    Eastern Uinta Mountains--Eastern Uinta
                                Basin
                                21      0118MST
                                30      1527MST

                                Warm spring temperatures resulted in
                                rapid snowmelt of an abundant snowpack
                                in the Uinta Mountains which caused
                                flooding along Ashley Creek and some of
                                its tributaries such as Dry Fork Creek.
                                Flooding also occurred near the town of
                                Jensen. After years of drought and the
                                absence of flushing flows, debris
                                buildup in the creek channels enhanced
                                flooding. Some roads and agricultural
                                land were inundated. Major bank erosion
                                occurred.

  UTZ024                        Eastern Uinta Basin
                                23      0830MST
                                30      1527MST

                                Warm spring temperatures resulted in
                                rapid melting of the snowpack which
                                caused flooding of the Whiterocks River
                                and the Uinta River near the town of
                                Whiterocks. After years of drought and
                                a lack of flushing flows, debris
                                buildup in rivers and creeks enhanced
                                flooding. The Whiterocks River exceeded
                                its banks in several places causing
                                extensive lowland flooding and
                                inundation of two mobile homes. The
                                Uinta River also exceeded its banks in
                                several places, resulting in flooding
                                of lowlands, portions of the Uintah and
                                Ouray Indian Reservation, and two
                                homes. Flooding also occurred along
                                portions of deep creek, a tributary of
                                the Uinta River.

                                     Number of           Estimated
                                      Persons              Damage

Location                        Killed    Injured    Property    Crops

COLORADO, Central and Northeast
  Elbert County
    4 S Kiowa                     0          0
  Weld County
    Stoneham                      0          0           0           0

                                A small tornado touched down but did no
                                damage.

  Logan County
    6 NW Willard                  0          0
  Weld County
    1 SW Stoneham                 0          0
  Morgan County
    1 NW Ft Morgan                0          0
  Morgan County
    5 N Snyder                    0          0           0           0

                                A small tornado touched down briefly
                                but did no damage.

  Logan County
    6 WNW Sterling                0          0           0           0

                                A small tornado touched down briefly
                                but did no damage.

  Washington County
    18 NE Akron                   0          0
  Washington County
    8 W Akron                     0          0           0           0

                                A small tornado touched down briefly
                                but did no damage.

  Washington County
    8 NW Akron                    0          0
  Washington County
    17 NE Otis                    0          0
  Washington County
    10 NNE Akron                  0          0
  Jefferson County
    Arvada                        0          0
  Denver County
    Denver                        0          0
  Denver County
    Denver                        0          0
COLORADO, West
  COZ022
                                  0          0           2K

                                Warm spring temperatures resulted in
                                rapid melting of the snowpack which
                                caused flooding along Vallecito Creek
                                and some of its tributaries, such as
                                Grimes Creek in La Plata County. Low
                                lying areas along the creek were
                                flooded. Some residential streets in a
                                diameter sewer line was washed out by
                                the flood waters south of Hermosa near
                                the Animas River confluence. Tree
                                damming in Hesperus forced flood waters
                                into the Pine Wind Mobile Home Park
                                just south of Highway 160. A small dike
                                was breached and 5 of the 28 mobile
                                home units had flood waters surrounding
                                them and residents had to wade through
                                thigh-high water. Flood waters also
                                inundated areas south of Hesperus near
                                County Road 125 and Highway 140.

  COZ022
                                  0          0          32K

                                Warm spring temperatures resulted in
                                rapid melting of snowpack which caused
                                flooding along Junction Creek northwest
                                of Durango. After years of drought and
                                a lack of flushing flows, debris
                                buildup in river and creek channels
                                enhanced flooding. Flood waters
                                inundated a mobile home park, where
                                mobile homes had to be moved out and
                                residents evacuated. Major bank erosion
                                occurred along Junction Creek and flood
                                waters cut a new channel.

  COZ009-011
                                  0          0           1K

                                Warm spring temperatures caused rapid
                                melting of the mountain snowpack across
                                the Grand Mesa and West Elk Mountains
                                resulting in high water flows and minor
                                flooding in portions of Delta County.
                                Along Surface Creek near Cedaredge and
                                Eckert, several bridges were closed
                                after water began flowing over the
                                roads. Flood waters inundated the
                                garage of a resident in Eckert and
                                extensive flooding of lowland areas
                                occurred. Flooding of a river park
                                occurred along Minnesota Creek near
                                Paonia where sandbagging operations
                                were in place. Two homes near Minnesota
                                Creek were evacuated after their leach
                                fields became flooded. Several debris
                                and trash dams had to be cleared along
                                the waterways.

  COZ007
                                  0          0

                                A wave of warm spring temperatures
                                caused rapid melting of an abundant
                                snowpack of the Grand Mesa resulting in
                                high flows and minor flooding along
                                Plateau Creek in north-central Mesa
                                County. Water exceeded the banks of the
                                creek in areas below the De Beque
                                Cutoff, causing minor flooding of low
                                lying pasture lands and a few
                                outbuildings.

  COZ023
                                  0          0          50K

                                Warm spring temperatures resulted in
                                rapid melting of snowpack which caused
                                flooding along the Rio Blanco River
                                near Pagosa Springs. After years of
                                drought and a lack of flushing flows,
                                debris buildup in rivers and creeks
                                enhanced flooding. Flood waters
                                inundated 4 homes with water up to 12
                                inches above the foundation on some
                                homes. Portions of County Roads 335,
                                337, and 339 were flooded with water up
                                to 16 inches deep in places. Flood
                                waters damaged County Road 326 and
                                washed out a culvert. One person is
                                believed to have fallen over a cliff
                                into the swollen river and drowned. The
                                person was not found.

  COZ022
                                  0          0

                                Warm spring temperatures resulted in
                                rapid melting of snowpack which caused
                                high water and flooding along the
                                Animas River and its tributaries around
                                Durango, and areas north of Durango to
                                Hermosa. Santa Rita Park just south of
                                the main part of Durango flooded and
                                the Animas River Trail was flooded in
                                places. Extensive lowland flooding of
                                ranch and pasture land occurred in the
                                Animas River Valley around Durango.
                                High water lapped at railroad tracks
                                running along the Animas River from
                                Durango to Falls Creek. High water also
                                caused extensive bank erosion along
                                Hermosa Creek.

GEORGIA, East Central
  Columbia County
    Appling                       0          0

                                EM reported nickel size hail.
  Columbia County
    Pollards Corner               0          0           0           0

                                EM reported penny size hail.

  Richmond County
    Ft Gordon                     0          0           0           0

                                SKYWARN HAM reported 3/4 inch hail at
                                Ft. Gordon.

  Columbia County
    2 S Grovetown                 0          0           0           0

                                EM reported nickel size hail on I-20.

  Columbia County
    8 NW Evans                    0          0          50K           0

                                EM reported docks moved 70 feet and
                                damaged along with minor damage to
                                several boats. Eight to ten trees were
                                down and a roof was damaged.

  Columbia County
    Appling                       0          0           0            0

                                EM reported dime size hail on the west
                                end of the county.

  Columbia County
    Evans                         0          0         350K           0

                                EM reported numerous trees down on
                                homes, one home split in half, in the
                                Country Place subdivision. Trees were
                                laid out in a typical fan shape
                                microburst pattern.

  Richmond County
    Ft Gordon                     0          0           0            0

                                TV26 reported nickel size hail in the
                                Ft. Gordon area.

  Richmond County
    Augusta                       0          0           0           0

                                TV26 reported several trees down around
                                the city.

SOUTH CAROLINA, Central
  Saluda County
    6 NNE Saluda                  0          0           0           0

                                Saluda county EM reported they received
                                a report of nickel size hail northeast
                                of town.

  Newberry County
    2 SE Silverstreet             0          0           0           0

                                Post Office carrier reported 3/4 inch
                                hail occurred just southeast of Silver
                                Street.

  Saluda County
    1 W Batesburg                 0          0

                                SKYWARN spotter reported 1 inch hail
                                just west of Batesburg.

  Lexington County
    Leesville                     0          0

                                SKYWARN spotter reported golf ball size
                                hail.

  Mccormick County
    6 NW Me Cormick to            0          0
    6 SE Me Cormick
                                EM reported quarter size hail across
                                much of the county.

  Kershaw County
    2 E Elgin                     0          0

                                Public called in a report of 1 inch
                                hail.

  Aiken County
    Belvedere                     0          0

                                TV 26 reported nickel size hail.

  Edgefield County
    10 N Edgefield                0          0           0           0

                                Sheriff reported 3/4 inch hail north of
                                Edgefield.

  Lexington County
    Leesville                     0          0           0           0

                                Public called in a report of penny size
                                hail.

  Aiken County
    2 N North Augusta             0          0           0

                                SKYWARN HAM reported nickel size hail
                                on I-20 at mile marker 5.

  Kershaw County
    Camden                        0          0           0           0

                                SKYWARN HAM reported penny size hail in
                                Camden.

  Kershaw County
    5 N Cassatt                   0          0           0           0

                                Postal carrier reported 3/4 inch hail
                                on sc hwy 341.

  Lancaster County
    6 NE Kershaw                  0          0           0           0

                                Public reported penny size hail in and
                                around the Midway Community.

  Saluda County
    Ward                          0          0

                                EM reported nickel size hail in the
                                Ward area.

  Chesterfield County
    Pageland                      0          0

                                Sheriff reported nickel size hail in
                                Pageland.

  Saluda County
    1 W Ridge Spg                 0          0           0           0

                                Public called in a report of 3/4 inch
                                hail.

  Lee County
    3 E Bishopville               0          0           0           0

                                Park Service reported 3/4 inch hail.

  Orangeburg County
    Springfield                   0          0           0           0

                                Post Office reported 3/4 inch hail.

  Lexington County
    11 WNW Pelion                 0          0

                                SKYWARN HAM reported flash flooding
                                across rural roads, closing several of
                                them in the Steedman area.

  Orangeburg County
    2 E Norway                    0          0

                                Public reported quarter size hail.

  Bamberg County
    Olar                          0          0           0           0

                                Sheriff reported 3/4 inch hail in Olar
                                and the surrounding area.

  Saluda County
    7 WNW Saluda                  0          0

                                Mayson Fire Dept. reported quarter size
                                hail.

  Fairfield County
    12 ENE Winnsboro              0          0

                                Park Service reported 3/4 to 1.5 inch
                                hail.

  Kershaw County
    Liberty Hill                  0          0

                                Public reported golf ball size hail in
                                the Liberty Hill area.

  Clarendon County
    12 NE Manning                 0          0           0           0

                                Public reported 3/4 inch hail in the
                                Oak Dale Community area.

  Orangeburg County
    Eutawville                    0          0           0           0

                                Trained spotter reported penny size
                                hail.

  Newberry County
    Chappells                     0          0           0           0

                                Postal carrier reported penny size hail
                                in the Chappels area.

  Sumter County
    Mayesville                    0          0           0           0

                                Post Office reported large branches
                                down in and around Mayesville.

  Lee County
    St Charles                    0          0           0           0

                                Post Office reported large branches
                                down in and around the St. Charles
                                area.

  Richland County
    Forest Acres                  0          0                       0

                                SKYWARN HAM reported nickel size hail.

  Barnwell County
    Elko                          0          0

                                Elko Grocery reported quarter size
                                hail.

  Aiken County
    5 SW Wagener                  0          0           0           0

                                Water Wheel Grocery reported penny size
                                hail.

  Orangeburg County
    4 NW Orangeburg               0          0           0           0

                                Public reported penny size hail at
                                outdoor equipment facility on hwy 178.

  Mccormick County
    Clarks Hill                   0          0           0           0

                                Mesonet site at Clarks Hill recorded a
                                73mph gust.

  Aiken County
    Clearwater                    0          0                       0

                                Electric coop reported several trees
                                down and power outages in Clearwater.

  Aiken County
    5 W New Ellenton              0          0           0

                                Public called in a report of nickel
                                size hail at Hollow Creek.

  Bamberg County
    Olar                          0          0                       0

                                Electric coop reported large limbs down
                                on powerlines with power outages.

  Lexington County
    Leesville                     0          0                       0

                                Electric coop reported trees and
                                powerlines down on Monticello road.

  Lexington County
    8 SW Lexington                0          0           0           0

                                EM reported a couple trees down on Pond
                                Branch road.

  Barnwell County
    3 ENE Barnwell                0          0           0           0

                                Post Office reported penny size hail on
                                hwy 70.

  Bamberg County
    Denmark                       0          0           0           0

                                Highway dept. reported a few trees down
                                in the Denmark area.

  Barnwell County
    8 NE Williston                0          0

                                Public called in a report of quarter
                                size hail.

  Aiken County
    Salley                        0          0

                                Post Office reported nickel size hail.

  Orangeburg County
    Springfield                   0          0

                                EM reported quarter size hail.

  Aiken County
    5 SW Wagener                  0          0           0           0

                                Public reported numerous large branches
                                down around the Water Wheel Grocery
                                Store area.

  Calhoun County
    St Matthews                   0          0

                                Public reported quarter size hail in
                                the St. Matthews

  Richland County
    Eastover                      0          0           0

                                Post Office reported nickel size hail
                                in the Eastover area.

  Calhoun County
    1 W St Matthews               0          0           0           0

                                Public reported 3/4 inch hail west of
                                St. Matthews.

  Sumter County
    Mayesville                    0          0                       0

                                Electric coop reported trees down on
                                powerlines with power outages.

  Barnwell County
    Barnwell Co Arpt              0          0           1K          0

                                A lightning strike knocked out the
                                airports nondirectional beacon and its
                                weather communications equipment.

TEXAS, North
  TXZ091>093-101>104

                                  0          0                      60M

                                Continued below normal rainfall caused
                                portions of north Texas to be upgraded
                                from moderate drought (D1) to severe
                                drought (D2), as classified by the U.S.
                                Drought Monitor. Portions of Montague,
                                Cooke, Grayson, Fannin, Jack, Wise,
                                Denton, and Collin Counties were
                                considered to be in severe drought by
                                late May. By the end of the month, the
                                drought had made significant
                                agricultural and hydrological impacts
                                on the region. High winds and dry
                                conditions contributed to high fire
                                danger. According to the Drought Impact
                                Reporter, cattle grasses were reported
                                as low to none, and stock ponds were
                                low to dry. The drought continued into
                                June.

  Lampasas County
    Lampasas                      0          0           1K

                                Power lines knocked down.

  Coryell County
    1 NE Gatesville               0          0

                                Several trees knocked down.

  Mclennan County
    Central Portion to            0          0          50K
    Countywide
                                Numerous power lines and trees were
                                blown down and minor roof damage was
                                reported. Also, a barn was destroyed
                                near Hewitt.

  Bell County
    Temple                        0          0          75K

                                Significant damage to homes reported,
                                including roofs blown off. Trees and
                                fences were blown down, as well as
                                dozens of power lines in the city's
                                northern historic district.

  Milam County
    Rockdale                      0          0           3K

                                Power lines knocked down.

  Falls County
    Marlin                        0          0

                                Large tree limbs broken off.

  Milam County
    4 NE Cameron                  0          0

                                Trees blown down.

  Limestone County
    Kosse                         0          0
  Robertson County
    Franklin                      0          0

                                Several trees blown down.

  Limestone County
    Mexia                         0          0           2K

                                Trees and power lines knocked down.

  Freestone County
    Fairfield                     0          0           3K

                                Numerous trees and power lines knocked
                                down.

  Freestone County
    Teague                        0          0          50K

                                Large trees fell on at least two
                                porches, causing significant damage. A
                                mobile home was blown across a street.
                                Glass was blown out of a storefront on
                                Highway 84. A large oak tree fell onto
                                a mobile home, and a barn was also
                                destroyed. Numerous trees and power
                                lines were also knocked down throughout
                                town

  Leon County
    Buffalo                       0          0           3K

                                Power lines blown down.

  Anderson County
    3 W Palestine                 0          0

                                Three inch tree limbs broken off ...
                                relayed by sheriffs office.

  Anderson County
    Montalba                      0          0           1K

                                Silo overturned by high winds.

  Anderson County
    Countywide                    0          0           5K

                                Power lines and tree limbs blown down
                                across the county.

  Anderson County
    Palestine                     0          0          10K

                                Damage to roofs, carports, and sheds
                                occurred. Several large trees were
                                uprooted and power lines were knocked
                                down.

  Henderson County
    Eustace                       0          0          25K

                                A residential barn and all its contents
                                were destroyed. The barn blew across
                                Ranchette Road and downed several
                                electrical lines. A tractor and other
                                items in the barn were damaged. Trees
                                were also uprooted.

  Young County
    3 SW Olney                    0          0
  Jack County
    6 S Jacksboro                 0          0
  Palo Pinto County
    3 E Graford                   0          0

                                Relayed by Parker county sheriffs
                                office.

  Jack County
    Perrin                        0          0
  Wise County
    Lake Bridgeport               0          0
  Mills County
    2 N Mullin                    0          0

                                Tree limbs broken.

  Rains County
    20 SW Emory                   0          0

                                Large tree blown down across CR 1490.

  Rains County
    Emory                         0          0           3K

                                Power lines snapped in half.

  Van Zandt County
    Wills Pt                      0          0           3K

                                Power lines blown down and signs blown
                                off buildings.

  Navarro County
    3 NW Eureka                   0          0          30K

                                A trailer home was completely destroyed
                                and concrete-rooted support posts were
                                pulled out of the ground and tossed by
                                high winds. Numerous other trailer
                                homes, sheds, awnings, chimneys, as
                                well as a boat and a trampoline were
                                damaged or destroyed by high wind. Most
                                of the damage occurred near the
                                intersection of FM 637 and FM 2859
                                between Mildred and Eureka.

  Henderson County
    Athens                        0          0
  Navarro County
    Eureka                        0          0
  Navarro County
    Eureka                        0          0

                                Several trees blown down.

  Anderson County
    Frankston                     0          0          30K

                                A large tree fell on a carport and
                                damaged a car. Also, at least 5 power
                                lines were knocked down.

  Anderson County
    Palestine                     0          0          15K

                                A transformer was struck by lightning
                                and caught on fire, causing power
                                outages.

  Anderson County
    Montalba                      0          0
  Anderson County
    Montalba                      0          0

                                Several trees blown down.

  Parker County
    5 N Cool                      0          0
  Parker County
    15 NW Weatherford             0          0

                                Nickel size hail reported in Poolville

  Palo Pinto County
    Salesville                    0          0
  Stephens County
    4 W Wayland                   0          0

UTAH, East
  UTZ023>024
                                  0          0

                                Warm spring temperatures resulted in
                                rapid snowmelt of an abundant snowpack
                                in the Uinta Mountains which caused
                                flooding along Ashley Creek and some of
                                its tributaries such as Dry Fork Creek.
                                Flooding also occurred near the town of
                                Jensen. After years of drought and the
                                absence of flushing flows, debris
                                buildup in the creek channels enhanced
                                flooding. Some roads and agricultural
                                land were inundated. Major bank erosion
                                occurred.

  UTZ024
                                  0          0          50K

                                Warm spring temperatures resulted in
                                rapid melting of the snowpack which
                                caused flooding of the Whiterocks River
                                and the Uinta River near the town of
                                Whiterocks. After years of drought and
                                a lack of flushing flows, debris
                                buildup in rivers and creeks enhanced
                                flooding. The Whiterocks River exceeded
                                its banks in several places causing
                                extensive lowland flooding and
                                inundation of two mobile homes. The
                                Uinta River also exceeded its banks in
                                several places, resulting in flooding
                                of lowlands, portions of the Uintah and
                                Ouray Indian Reservation, and two
                                homes. Flooding also occurred along
                                portions of deep creek, a tributary of
                                the Uinta River.

Location                        Character of Storm

COLORADO, Central and Northeast
  Elbert County
    4 S Kiowa                   Hail (0.75)
  Weld County
    Stoneham                    Tornado (F0)

                                A small tornado touched down but did no
                                damage.

  Logan County
    6 NW Willard                Hail (1.75)
  Weld County
    1 SW Stoneham               Hail (0.88)
  Morgan County
    1 NW Ft Morgan              Thunderstorm Wind (G60)
  Morgan County
    5 N Snyder                  Tornado (F0)

                                A small tornado touched down briefly
                                but did no damage.

  Logan County
    6 WNW Sterling              Tornado (F0)

                                A small tornado touched down briefly
                                but did no damage.

  Washington County
    18 NE Akron                 Hail (0.75)
  Washington County
    8 W Akron                   Tornado (F0)

                                A small tornado touched down briefly
                                but did no damage.

  Washington County
    8 NW Akron                  Hail (1.75)
  Washington County
    17 NE Otis                  Hail (1.50)
  Washington County
    10 NNE Akron                Hail (0.75)
  Jefferson County
    Arvada                      Hail (1.00)
  Denver County
    Denver                      Hail (0.75)
  Denver County
    Denver                      Hail (1.00)
COLORADO, West
  COZ022
                                Flood

                                Warm spring temperatures resulted in
                                rapid melting of the snowpack which
                                caused flooding along Vallecito Creek
                                and some of its tributaries, such as
                                Grimes Creek in La Plata County. Low
                                lying areas along the creek were
                                flooded. Some residential streets in a
                                diameter sewer line was washed out by
                                the flood waters south of Hermosa near
                                the Animas River confluence. Tree
                                damming in Hesperus forced flood waters
                                into the Pine Wind Mobile Home Park
                                just south of Highway 160. A small dike
                                was breached and 5 of the 28 mobile
                                home units had flood waters surrounding
                                them and residents had to wade through
                                thigh-high water. Flood waters also
                                inundated areas south of Hesperus near
                                County Road 125 and Highway 140.

  COZ022
                                Flood

                                Warm spring temperatures resulted in
                                rapid melting of snowpack which caused
                                flooding along Junction Creek northwest
                                of Durango. After years of drought and
                                a lack of flushing flows, debris
                                buildup in river and creek channels
                                enhanced flooding. Flood waters
                                inundated a mobile home park, where
                                mobile homes had to be moved out and
                                residents evacuated. Major bank erosion
                                occurred along Junction Creek and flood
                                waters cut a new channel.

  COZ009-011
                                Flood

                                Warm spring temperatures caused rapid
                                melting of the mountain snowpack across
                                the Grand Mesa and West Elk Mountains
                                resulting in high water flows and minor
                                flooding in portions of Delta County.
                                Along Surface Creek near Cedaredge and
                                Eckert, several bridges were closed
                                after water began flowing over the
                                roads. Flood waters inundated the
                                garage of a resident in Eckert and
                                extensive flooding of lowland areas
                                occurred. Flooding of a river park
                                occurred along Minnesota Creek near
                                Paonia where sandbagging operations
                                were in place. Two homes near Minnesota
                                Creek were evacuated after their leach
                                fields became flooded. Several debris
                                and trash dams had to be cleared along
                                the waterways.

  COZ007
                                Flood

                                A wave of warm spring temperatures
                                caused rapid melting of an abundant
                                snowpack of the Grand Mesa resulting in
                                high flows and minor flooding along
                                Plateau Creek in north-central Mesa
                                County. Water exceeded the banks of the
                                creek in areas below the De Beque
                                Cutoff, causing minor flooding of low
                                lying pasture lands and a few
                                outbuildings.

  COZ023
                                Flood

                                Warm spring temperatures resulted in
                                rapid melting of snowpack which caused
                                flooding along the Rio Blanco River
                                near Pagosa Springs. After years of
                                drought and a lack of flushing flows,
                                debris buildup in rivers and creeks
                                enhanced flooding. Flood waters
                                inundated 4 homes with water up to 12
                                inches above the foundation on some
                                homes. Portions of County Roads 335,
                                337, and 339 were flooded with water up
                                to 16 inches deep in places. Flood
                                waters damaged County Road 326 and
                                washed out a culvert. One person is
                                believed to have fallen over a cliff
                                into the swollen river and drowned. The
                                person was not found.

  COZ022
                                Flood

                                Warm spring temperatures resulted in
                                rapid melting of snowpack which caused
                                high water and flooding along the
                                Animas River and its tributaries around
                                Durango, and areas north of Durango to
                                Hermosa. Santa Rita Park just south of
                                the main part of Durango flooded and
                                the Animas River Trail was flooded in
                                places. Extensive lowland flooding of
                                ranch and pasture land occurred in the
                                Animas River Valley around Durango.
                                High water lapped at railroad tracks
                                running along the Animas River from
                                Durango to Falls Creek. High water also
                                caused extensive bank erosion along
                                Hermosa Creek.

GEORGIA, East Central
  Columbia County
    Appling                     Hail (0.88)

                                EM reported nickel size hail.
  Columbia County
    Pollards Corner             Hail (0.75)

                                EM reported penny size hail.

  Richmond County
    Ft Gordon                   Hail (0.75)

                                SKYWARN HAM reported 3/4 inch hail at
                                Ft. Gordon.

  Columbia County
    2 S Grovetown               Hail (0.88)

                                EM reported nickel size hail on I-20.

  Columbia County
    8 NW Evans                  Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

                                EM reported docks moved 70 feet and
                                damaged along with minor damage to
                                several boats. Eight to ten trees were
                                down and a roof was damaged.

  Columbia County
    Appling                     Hail (0.75)

                                EM reported dime size hail on the west
                                end of the county.

  Columbia County
    Evans                       Thunderstorm Wind (G80)

                                EM reported numerous trees down on
                                homes, one home split in half, in the
                                Country Place subdivision. Trees were
                                laid out in a typical fan shape
                                microburst pattern.

  Richmond County
    Ft Gordon                   Hail (0.88)

                                TV26 reported nickel size hail in the
                                Ft. Gordon area.

  Richmond County
    Augusta                     Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

                                TV26 reported several trees down around
                                the city.

SOUTH CAROLINA, Central
  Saluda County
    6 NNE Saluda                Hail (0.88)

                                Saluda county EM reported they received
                                a report of nickel size hail northeast
                                of town.

  Newberry County
    2 SE Silverstreet           Hail (0.75)

                                Post Office carrier reported 3/4 inch
                                hail occurred just southeast of Silver
                                Street.

  Saluda County
    1 W Batesburg               Hail (1.00)

                                SKYWARN spotter reported 1 inch hail
                                just west of Batesburg.

  Lexington County
    Leesville                   Hail (1.75)

                                SKYWARN spotter reported golf ball size
                                hail.

  Mccormick County
    6 NW Me Cormick to          Hail (1.00)
    6 SE Me Cormick
                                EM reported quarter size hail across
                                much of the county.

  Kershaw County
    2 E Elgin                   Hail (1.00)

                                Public called in a report of 1 inch
                                hail.

  Aiken County
    Belvedere                   Hail (0.88)

                                TV 26 reported nickel size hail.

  Edgefield County
    10 N Edgefield              Hail (0.75)

                                Sheriff reported 3/4 inch hail north of
                                Edgefield.

  Lexington County
    Leesville                   Hail (0.75)

                                Public called in a report of penny size
                                hail.

  Aiken County
    2 N North Augusta           Hail (0.88)

                                SKYWARN HAM reported nickel size hail
                                on I-20 at mile marker 5.

  Kershaw County
    Camden                      Hail (0.75)

                                SKYWARN HAM reported penny size hail in
                                Camden.

  Kershaw County
    5 N Cassatt                 Hail (0.75)

                                Postal carrier reported 3/4 inch hail
                                on sc hwy 341.

  Lancaster County
    6 NE Kershaw                Hail (0.75)

                                Public reported penny size hail in and
                                around the Midway Community.

  Saluda County
    Ward                        Hail (0.88)

                                EM reported nickel size hail in the
                                Ward area.

  Chesterfield County
    Pageland                    Hail (0.88)

                                Sheriff reported nickel size hail in
                                Pageland.

  Saluda County
    1 W Ridge Spg               Hail (0.75)

                                Public called in a report of 3/4 inch
                                hail.

  Lee County
    3 E Bishopville             Hail (0.75)

                                Park Service reported 3/4 inch hail.

  Orangeburg County
    Springfield                 Hail (0.75)

                                Post Office reported 3/4 inch hail.

  Lexington County
    11 WNW Pelion               Flash Flood

                                SKYWARN HAM reported flash flooding
                                across rural roads, closing several of
                                them in the Steedman area.

  Orangeburg County
    2 E Norway                  Hail (1.00)

                                Public reported quarter size hail.

  Bamberg County
    Olar                        Hail (0.75)

                                Sheriff reported 3/4 inch hail in Olar
                                and the surrounding area.

  Saluda County
    7 WNW Saluda                Hail (1.00)

                                Mayson Fire Dept. reported quarter size
                                hail.

  Fairfield County
    12 ENE Winnsboro            Hail (1.50)

                                Park Service reported 3/4 to 1.5 inch
                                hail.

  Kershaw County
    Liberty Hill                Hail (1.75)

                                Public reported golf ball size hail in
                                the Liberty Hill area.

  Clarendon County
    12 NE Manning               Hail (0.75)

                                Public reported 3/4 inch hail in the
                                Oak Dale Community area.

  Orangeburg County
    Eutawville                  Hail (0.75)

                                Trained spotter reported penny size
                                hail.

  Newberry County
    Chappells                   Hail (0.75)

                                Postal carrier reported penny size hail
                                in the Chappels area.

  Sumter County
    Mayesville                  Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Post Office reported large branches
                                down in and around Mayesville.

  Lee County
    St Charles                  Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Post Office reported large branches
                                down in and around the St. Charles
                                area.

  Richland County
    Forest Acres                Hail (0.88)

                                SKYWARN HAM reported nickel size hail.

  Barnwell County
    Elko                        Hail (1.00)

                                Elko Grocery reported quarter size
                                hail.

  Aiken County
    5 SW Wagener                Hail (0.75)

                                Water Wheel Grocery reported penny size
                                hail.

  Orangeburg County
    4 NW Orangeburg             Hail (0.75)

                                Public reported penny size hail at
                                outdoor equipment facility on hwy 178.

  Mccormick County
    Clarks Hill                 Thunderstorm Wind (G73)

                                Mesonet site at Clarks Hill recorded a
                                73mph gust.

  Aiken County
    Clearwater                  Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

                                Electric coop reported several trees
                                down and power outages in Clearwater.

  Aiken County
    5 W New Ellenton            Hail (0.88)

                                Public called in a report of nickel
                                size hail at Hollow Creek.

  Bamberg County
    Olar                        Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Electric coop reported large limbs down
                                on powerlines with power outages.

  Lexington County
    Leesville                   Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

                                Electric coop reported trees and
                                powerlines down on Monticello road.

  Lexington County
    8 SW Lexington              Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                EM reported a couple trees down on Pond
                                Branch road.

  Barnwell County
    3 ENE Barnwell              Hail (0.75)

                                Post Office reported penny size hail on
                                hwy 70.

  Bamberg County
    Denmark                     Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

                                Highway dept. reported a few trees down
                                in the Denmark area.

  Barnwell County
    8 NE Williston              Hail (1.00)

                                Public called in a report of quarter
                                size hail.

  Aiken County
    Salley                      Hail (0.88)

                                Post Office reported nickel size hail.

  Orangeburg County
    Springfield                 Hail (1.00)

                                EM reported quarter size hail.

  Aiken County
    5 SW Wagener                Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Public reported numerous large branches
                                down around the Water Wheel Grocery
                                Store area.

  Calhoun County
    St Matthews                 Hail (1.00)

                                Public reported quarter size hail in
                                the St. Matthews

  Richland County
    Eastover                    Hail (0.88)

                                Post Office reported nickel size hail
                                in the Eastover area.

  Calhoun County
    1 W St Matthews             Hail (0.75)

                                Public reported 3/4 inch hail west of
                                St. Matthews.

  Sumter County
    Mayesville                  Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Electric coop reported trees down on
                                powerlines with power outages.

  Barnwell County
    Barnwell Co Arpt            Lightning

                                A lightning strike knocked out the
                                airports nondirectional beacon and its
                                weather communications equipment.

TEXAS, North
  TXZ091>093-101>104

                                Drought

                                Continued below normal rainfall caused
                                portions of north Texas to be upgraded
                                from moderate drought (D1) to severe
                                drought (D2), as classified by the U.S.
                                Drought Monitor. Portions of Montague,
                                Cooke, Grayson, Fannin, Jack, Wise,
                                Denton, and Collin Counties were
                                considered to be in severe drought by
                                late May. By the end of the month, the
                                drought had made significant
                                agricultural and hydrological impacts
                                on the region. High winds and dry
                                conditions contributed to high fire
                                danger. According to the Drought Impact
                                Reporter, cattle grasses were reported
                                as low to none, and stock ponds were
                                low to dry. The drought continued into
                                June.

  Lampasas County
    Lampasas                    Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                                Power lines knocked down.

  Coryell County
    1 NE Gatesville             Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                                Several trees knocked down.

  Mclennan County
    Central Portion to          Thunderstorm Wind (G60)
    Countywide
                                Numerous power lines and trees were
                                blown down and minor roof damage was
                                reported. Also, a barn was destroyed
                                near Hewitt.

  Bell County
    Temple                      Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                                Significant damage to homes reported,
                                including roofs blown off. Trees and
                                fences were blown down, as well as
                                dozens of power lines in the city's
                                northern historic district.

  Milam County
    Rockdale                    Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Power lines knocked down.

  Falls County
    Marlin                      Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                                Large tree limbs broken off.

  Milam County
    4 NE Cameron                Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Trees blown down.

  Limestone County
    Kosse                       Thunderstorm Wind (G52)
  Robertson County
    Franklin                    Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                                Several trees blown down.

  Limestone County
    Mexia                       Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                                Trees and power lines knocked down.

  Freestone County
    Fairfield                   Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                                Numerous trees and power lines knocked
                                down.

  Freestone County
    Teague                      Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                                Large trees fell on at least two
                                porches, causing significant damage. A
                                mobile home was blown across a street.
                                Glass was blown out of a storefront on
                                Highway 84. A large oak tree fell onto
                                a mobile home, and a barn was also
                                destroyed. Numerous trees and power
                                lines were also knocked down throughout
                                town

  Leon County
    Buffalo                     Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                                Power lines blown down.

  Anderson County
    3 W Palestine               Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                                Three inch tree limbs broken off ...
                                relayed by sheriffs office.

  Anderson County
    Montalba                    Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

                                Silo overturned by high winds.

  Anderson County
    Countywide                  Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                                Power lines and tree limbs blown down
                                across the county.

  Anderson County
    Palestine                   Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                                Damage to roofs, carports, and sheds
                                occurred. Several large trees were
                                uprooted and power lines were knocked
                                down.

  Henderson County
    Eustace                     Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

                                A residential barn and all its contents
                                were destroyed. The barn blew across
                                Ranchette Road and downed several
                                electrical lines. A tractor and other
                                items in the barn were damaged. Trees
                                were also uprooted.

  Young County
    3 SW Olney                  Hail (0.88)
  Jack County
    6 S Jacksboro               Hail (1.00)
  Palo Pinto County
    3 E Graford                 Hail (1.00)

                                Relayed by Parker county sheriffs
                                office.

  Jack County
    Perrin                      Hail (0.88)
  Wise County
    Lake Bridgeport             Hail (0.88)
  Mills County
    2 N Mullin                  Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                                Tree limbs broken.

  Rains County
    20 SW Emory                 Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Large tree blown down across CR 1490.

  Rains County
    Emory                       Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Power lines snapped in half.

  Van Zandt County
    Wills Pt                    Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Power lines blown down and signs blown
                                off buildings.

  Navarro County
    3 NW Eureka                 Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

                                A trailer home was completely destroyed
                                and concrete-rooted support posts were
                                pulled out of the ground and tossed by
                                high winds. Numerous other trailer
                                homes, sheds, awnings, chimneys, as
                                well as a boat and a trampoline were
                                damaged or destroyed by high wind. Most
                                of the damage occurred near the
                                intersection of FM 637 and FM 2859
                                between Mildred and Eureka.

  Henderson County
    Athens                      Hail (0.75)
  Navarro County
    Eureka                      Hail (0.75)
  Navarro County
    Eureka                      Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Several trees blown down.

  Anderson County
    Frankston                   Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                A large tree fell on a carport and
                                damaged a car. Also, at least 5 power
                                lines were knocked down.

  Anderson County
    Palestine                   Lightning

                                A transformer was struck by lightning
                                and caught on fire, causing power
                                outages.

  Anderson County
    Montalba                    Hail (1.00)
  Anderson County
    Montalba                    Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Several trees blown down.

  Parker County
    5 N Cool                    Hail (0.75)
  Parker County
    15 NW Weatherford           Hail (0.88)

                                Nickel size hail reported in Poolville

  Palo Pinto County
    Salesville                  Hail (1.00)
  Stephens County
    4 W Wayland                 Hail (1.00)

UTAH, East
  UTZ023>024
                                Flood

                                Warm spring temperatures resulted in
                                rapid snowmelt of an abundant snowpack
                                in the Uinta Mountains which caused
                                flooding along Ashley Creek and some of
                                its tributaries such as Dry Fork Creek.
                                Flooding also occurred near the town of
                                Jensen. After years of drought and the
                                absence of flushing flows, debris
                                buildup in the creek channels enhanced
                                flooding. Some roads and agricultural
                                land were inundated. Major bank erosion
                                occurred.

  UTZ024
                                Flood

                                Warm spring temperatures resulted in
                                rapid melting of the snowpack which
                                caused flooding of the Whiterocks River
                                and the Uinta River near the town of
                                Whiterocks. After years of drought and
                                a lack of flushing flows, debris
                                buildup in rivers and creeks enhanced
                                flooding. The Whiterocks River exceeded
                                its banks in several places causing
                                extensive lowland flooding and
                                inundation of two mobile homes. The
                                Uinta River also exceeded its banks in
                                several places, resulting in flooding
                                of lowlands, portions of the Uintah and
                                Ouray Indian Reservation, and two
                                homes. Flooding also occurred along
                                portions of deep creek, a tributary of
                                the Uinta River.

June 2005

                                        Time        Path       Path
                                        Local/      Length     Width
Location                        Date    Standard    (Miles)    (Yards)

COLORADO, Central and Northeast
  Washington County
    21 NW Akron                 12      1245MST
  Morgan County
    2 S Snyder                  12      1625MST     0.1        50

                                A small tornado touched down but did no
                                damage.

COLORADO, West
  COZ005                        Upper Yampa River Basin
                                01      0000MST
                                        0810MST

                                Flooding along Elk Creek near Milner
                                due to snowmelt began in May and
                                continued into June. Flood waters 8
                                inches deep inundated portions of
                                County Roads 42 and 44. The water
                                washed out a 200 foot stretch of the
                                unpaved County Road 42. Some
                                agricultural and pasture land was also
                                flooded.

KANSAS, North Central
  Phillips County
    2 W Long ls                 24      2140CST
NEBRASKA, South Central
  Harlan County
    8 S Stamford                24      2155CST
TEXAS, North
  TXZ091>095-101>107-           Montague--Cooke--Grayson--Fannin--
  118>120-123                   Lamar--Jack--Wise--Denton--Collin--
                                Hunt--Delta--Hopkins--Tarrant--Dallas--
                                Rockwall--Rains
                                01      0000CST
                                30      2359CST

                                Lack of rainfall in June continued a
                                prolonged dry spell which began last
                                winter and a drought which officially
                                began in May. June was the 5th
                                consecutive month with below normal
                                rainfall. During this 5 month period
                                ... Dallas/Fort Worth received around
                                half of its normal rainfall. Portions
                                of Montague, Cooke, Grayson, Fannin,
                                Lamar, Jack, Wise, Denton, Collin,
                                Hunt, Delta, Hopkins, Tarrant, Dallas,
                                Rockwall, and Rains Counties were
                                considered to be in severe drought as
                                classified by the U.S. Drought Monitor.
                                According to the Drought Impact
                                Reporter, hot and dry conditions
                                prompted the U.S. and Texas Forest
                                Services to declare the start of the
                                2005 fire season in June. Burn bans
                                were in place in 39 counties prior to
                                the July 4th weekend. The drought
                                continued into July.

  Bell County
    Temple                      01      0142CST

                                Roofing torn off portions of an
                                apartment complex. Several of the
                                apartments suffered water damage. A
                                fence was also destroyed.

  Bell County
    Belton                      01      0200CST

                                Numerous power poles were knocked down
                                in and around the city

  Milam County
    10 SW Cameron               01      0205CST

                                Tree down over CR 402 near Davilla.

  Tarrant County
    Ft Worth                    01      1219CST

                                Measured 52 knot wind gust at NWS
                                office.

  Tarrant County
    Keller                      01      1222CST

WISCONSIN, West
  St. Croix County
    1 N Emerald                 11      1320CST     0.3        25
                                        1321CST

                                A tornado briefly touched down just
                                north of Emerald near the intersection
                                of County Road D and 170th Avenue. It
                                ripped metal from a barn and silo and
                                broke a few trees before lifting.

  Polk County
    Clear Lake                  11      1340CST

                                A rear flank downdraft caused
                                significant damage to a garage and
                                nearby trees in the southern part of
                                town just south of the path of a
                                tornado that moved through Clear Lake
                                along and north of South Avenue around
                                the same time.

  Polk County
    Clear Lake to               11      1340CST     2.5        50
    2.5 E Clear Lake                    1345CST

                                A tornado touched down in the southern
                                portion of Clear Lake. Scattered trees
                                were downed along South Avenue and 3rd
                                Avenue. Just south of the tornado track
                                a strong rear flank downdraft caused
                                significant damage to a garage and
                                nearby trees.

  Polk County
    Clayton                     11      1350CST

                                Power lines were downed in Clayton and
                                on 85th Avenue approximately 1/2 mile
                                north of Highway 63 west of Clayton.

  Pierce County
    3 SE River Falls to         11      1355CST     1          25
    4 E River Falls                     1357CST

                                A tornado briefly touched down near the
                                intersection of 900th Street and 850th
                                Street in Section 16 of River Falls
                                Township. The tornado downed more than
                                30 trees, blew off two access doors to
                                an attic, and blew in the sliding door
                                of a pole barn. After the tornado
                                lifted, eyewitnesses said they saw the
                                funnel cloud rise and fall from the
                                storm as it moved to the northeast
                                across Interstate 94. This storm was
                                the same one that produced the Fl
                                tornado in Hammond a short time later.

  Barron County
    Almena                      11      1356CST

                                Minor tree damage was reported.

  Barron County
    3 NNE Almena to             11      1400CST     5          50
    3 SE Cumberland                     1410CST

                                An F1 tornado touched down near the
                                intersection of 7th Street and 18th
                                Avenue and traveled northeast for 5
                                miles before lifting just northeast of
                                the Cumberland Airport near Upper
                                Vermillion Lake. The most concentrated
                                area of damage occurred just east of
                                8th Street north and south of 20th
                                Avenue southeast of Cumberland. Along
                                8th Street about one half mile south of
                                20th Avenue the metal roofs of two tall
                                silos were torn off, the east corner of
                                a pole barn was damaged, a detached
                                barn collapsed, three outbuildings were
                                destroyed, a hay shed was damaged, and
                                numerous trees were downed. Along 20th
                                Avenue just east of 8th Street a
                                detached garage was destroyed, the
                                south facing window on a farmhouse was
                                blown in, a horse shed was damage, a
                                dog was killed, and numerous trees were
                                sheared off 6 to 8 feet above the
                                ground. Along 7th Street just north of
                                18th Avenue where the tornado first
                                touched down, a tin roof was ripped off
                                a shed, a pole barn was downed, trees
                                were downed, and a steel windmill was
                                blown over. Near the end of the
                                tornados path just southeast of the
                                intersection of County Road T and 21st
                                Avenue a storage barn collapsed onto a
                                boat, motor, and business equipment.
                                Shingles were also ripped off the roof
                                of a home. A hanger on the eastern edge
                                of the Cumberland Airport near County
                                Road T was also slightly damaged.

  St. Croix County
    7 SW Hammond to             11      1404CST     8          50
    1 NE Hammond                        1418CST

                                A tornado that was on the ground for 8
                                miles first touched down near Oak Drive
                                in Section 24 of Kinnickinnic Township
                                about 7 miles southwest of Hammond. A
                                couple trying to outrun the storm in
                                their car said that the funnel suddenly
                                surrounded their vehicle. The car began
                                to shake and the back end started to
                                lift off the ground while at the same
                                time branches were flying by the car.
                                At a property nearby the tornado
                                sheared off a garage roof, twisted a
                                swing set up "like a pretzel", broke
                                windows, and downed trees. The tornado
                                pushed northeast and crossed Interstate
                                94 where it was witnessed by several
                                motorists.

                                Next the twister damaged a farmstead
                                near the intersection of County Highway
                                J and 170th Street about 4 miles
                                southwest of Hammond. A number of
                                horses were picked up and injured by
                                flying debris. One horse had to be put
                                down because of a severe leg injury.
                                Three sheds (42x80 feet, 27x14 feet,
                                and 150 feet long) were downed. After
                                striking the farmstead the tornado
                                destroyed two barns, a few sheds, and
                                snapped or uprooted many trees before
                                reaching Hammond.

                                The tornado was at its strongest when
                                it moved into the northwest corner of
                                Hammond where it damaged 24 homes,
                                mainly in the Meadows subdivision. A
                                row of 5 townhouses sustained
                                significant roof and garage damage and
                                one building had to be demolished. The
                                tornado caused grills, lawn furniture,
                                and building debris to be thrown into
                                the exterior walls and windows of
                                homes. Several neighborhood residents
                                took shelter in ground floor bathrooms
                                and closets (the homes did not have
                                basements) and incredibly no one was
                                injured. Twenty seven families had to
                                be sheltered by the Red Cross until the
                                damage to their homes could be
                                repaired. Hammond Golf Course lost 47
                                mature fairway trees between the 9th
                                and 6th tee box. Three golfers caught
                                outside when the tornado crossed the
                                course had to hang onto trees to
                                survive the forceful winds that threw
                                trees up to 25 feet from where they
                                were ripped from the ground.

                                Just north of town along 90th Avenue
                                the tornado threw a picnic table
                                through the front of a home. The home
                                itself was slightly moved off its
                                foundation and the back wall of the
                                home was ripped off. Two sheds on the
                                property were picked up and dropped
                                back down. This tornado was widely
                                photographed and videotaped.

  St. Croix County
    1 E Cylon to                11      1443CST     0.5        25
    1.5 ENE Cylon                       1445CST

                                A rain-wrapped tornado touched down in
                                an open field then tracked across a
                                couple groves of trees before lifting.

  St. Croix County
    3 N Roberts                 11      1818CST

                                A trained spotter reported a funnel
                                cloud that abruptly dissipated a few
                                minutes later.

                                    Number of            Estimated
                                     Persons               Damage

Location                        Killed    Injured    Property    Crops

COLORADO, Central and Northeast
  Washington County
    21 NW Akron                   0          0
  Morgan County
    2 S Snyder                    0          0             0          0

                                A small tornado touched down but did no
                                damage.

COLORADO, West
  COZ005
                                  0          0

                                Flooding along Elk Creek near Milner
                                due to snowmelt began in May and
                                continued into June. Flood waters 8
                                inches deep inundated portions of
                                County Roads 42 and 44. The water
                                washed out a 200 foot stretch of the
                                unpaved County Road 42. Some
                                agricultural and pasture land was also
                                flooded.

KANSAS, North Central
  Phillips County
    2 W Long ls                   0          0           0           0
NEBRASKA, South Central
  Harlan County
    8 S Stamford                  0          0           0           0
TEXAS, North
  TXZ091>095-101>107-
  118>120-123
                                  0          0                      60M

                                Lack of rainfall in June continued a
                                prolonged dry spell which began last
                                winter and a drought which officially
                                began in May. June was the 5th
                                consecutive month with below normal
                                rainfall. During this 5 month period
                                ... Dallas/Fort Worth received around
                                half of its normal rainfall. Portions
                                of Montague, Cooke, Grayson, Fannin,
                                Lamar, Jack, Wise, Denton, Collin,
                                Hunt, Delta, Hopkins, Tarrant, Dallas,
                                Rockwall, and Rains Counties were
                                considered to be in severe drought as
                                classified by the U.S. Drought Monitor.
                                According to the Drought Impact
                                Reporter, hot and dry conditions
                                prompted the U.S. and Texas Forest
                                Services to declare the start of the
                                2005 fire season in June. Burn bans
                                were in place in 39 counties prior to
                                the July 4th weekend. The drought
                                continued into July.

  Bell County
    Temple                        0          0          40K

                                Roofing torn off portions of an
                                apartment complex. Several of the
                                apartments suffered water damage. A
                                fence was also destroyed.

  Bell County
    Belton                        0          0           5K

                                Numerous power poles were knocked down
                                in and around the city

  Milam County
    10 SW Cameron                 0          0

                                Tree down over CR 402 near Davilla.

  Tarrant County
    Ft Worth                      0          0

                                Measured 52 knot wind gust at NWS
                                office.

  Tarrant County
    Keller                        0          0

WISCONSIN, West
  St. Croix County
    1 N Emerald                   0          0

                                A tornado briefly touched down just
                                north of Emerald near the intersection
                                of County Road D and 170th Avenue. It
                                ripped metal from a barn and silo and
                                broke a few trees before lifting.

  Polk County
    Clear Lake                    0          0

                                A rear flank downdraft caused
                                significant damage to a garage and
                                nearby trees in the southern part of
                                town just south of the path of a
                                tornado that moved through Clear Lake
                                along and north of South Avenue around
                                the same time.

  Polk County
    Clear Lake to                 0          0
    2.5 E Clear Lake
                                A tornado touched down in the southern
                                portion of Clear Lake. Scattered trees
                                were downed along South Avenue and 3rd
                                Avenue. Just south of the tornado track
                                a strong rear flank downdraft caused
                                significant damage to a garage and
                                nearby trees.

  Polk County
    Clayton                       0          0

                                Power lines were downed in Clayton and
                                on 85th Avenue approximately 1/2 mile
                                north of Highway 63 west of Clayton.

  Pierce County
    3 SE River Falls to           0          0
    4 E River Falls
                                A tornado briefly touched down near the
                                intersection of 900th Street and 850th
                                Street in Section 16 of River Falls
                                Township. The tornado downed more than
                                30 trees, blew off two access doors to
                                an attic, and blew in the sliding door
                                of a pole barn. After the tornado
                                lifted, eyewitnesses said they saw the
                                funnel cloud rise and fall from the
                                storm as it moved to the northeast
                                across Interstate 94. This storm was
                                the same one that produced the Fl
                                tornado in Hammond a short time later.

  Barron County
    Almena                        0          0

                                Minor tree damage was reported.

  Barron County
    3 NNE Almena to               0          0
    3 SE Cumberland
                                An F1 tornado touched down near the
                                intersection of 7th Street and 18th
                                Avenue and traveled northeast for 5
                                miles before lifting just northeast of
                                the Cumberland Airport near Upper
                                Vermillion Lake. The most concentrated
                                area of damage occurred just east of
                                8th Street north and south of 20th
                                Avenue southeast of Cumberland. Along
                                8th Street about one half mile south of
                                20th Avenue the metal roofs of two tall
                                silos were torn off, the east corner of
                                a pole barn was damaged, a detached
                                barn collapsed, three outbuildings were
                                destroyed, a hay shed was damaged, and
                                numerous trees were downed. Along 20th
                                Avenue just east of 8th Street a
                                detached garage was destroyed, the
                                south facing window on a farmhouse was
                                blown in, a horse shed was damage, a
                                dog was killed, and numerous trees were
                                sheared off 6 to 8 feet above the
                                ground. Along 7th Street just north of
                                18th Avenue where the tornado first
                                touched down, a tin roof was ripped off
                                a shed, a pole barn was downed, trees
                                were downed, and a steel windmill was
                                blown over. Near the end of the
                                tornados path just southeast of the
                                intersection of County Road T and 21st
                                Avenue a storage barn collapsed onto a
                                boat, motor, and business equipment.
                                Shingles were also ripped off the roof
                                of a home. A hanger on the eastern edge
                                of the Cumberland Airport near County
                                Road T was also slightly damaged.

  St. Croix County
    7 SW Hammond to               0          0         3.6M
    1 NE Hammond
                                A tornado that was on the ground for 8
                                miles first touched down near Oak Drive
                                in Section 24 of Kinnickinnic Township
                                about 7 miles southwest of Hammond. A
                                couple trying to outrun the storm in
                                their car said that the funnel suddenly
                                surrounded their vehicle. The car began
                                to shake and the back end started to
                                lift off the ground while at the same
                                time branches were flying by the car.
                                At a property nearby the tornado
                                sheared off a garage roof, twisted a
                                swing set up "like a pretzel", broke
                                windows, and downed trees. The tornado
                                pushed northeast and crossed Interstate
                                94 where it was witnessed by several
                                motorists.

                                Next the twister damaged a farmstead
                                near the intersection of County Highway
                                J and 170th Street about 4 miles
                                southwest of Hammond. A number of
                                horses were picked up and injured by
                                flying debris. One horse had to be put
                                down because of a severe leg injury.
                                Three sheds (42x80 feet, 27x14 feet,
                                and 150 feet long) were downed. After
                                striking the farmstead the tornado
                                destroyed two barns, a few sheds, and
                                snapped or uprooted many trees before
                                reaching Hammond.

                                The tornado was at its strongest when
                                it moved into the northwest corner of
                                Hammond where it damaged 24 homes,
                                mainly in the Meadows subdivision. A
                                row of 5 townhouses sustained
                                significant roof and garage damage and
                                one building had to be demolished. The
                                tornado caused grills, lawn furniture,
                                and building debris to be thrown into
                                the exterior walls and windows of
                                homes. Several neighborhood residents
                                took shelter in ground floor bathrooms
                                and closets (the homes did not have
                                basements) and incredibly no one was
                                injured. Twenty seven families had to
                                be sheltered by the Red Cross until the
                                damage to their homes could be
                                repaired. Hammond Golf Course lost 47
                                mature fairway trees between the 9th
                                and 6th tee box. Three golfers caught
                                outside when the tornado crossed the
                                course had to hang onto trees to
                                survive the forceful winds that threw
                                trees up to 25 feet from where they
                                were ripped from the ground.

                                Just north of town along 90th Avenue
                                the tornado threw a picnic table
                                through the front of a home. The home
                                itself was slightly moved off its
                                foundation and the back wall of the
                                home was ripped off. Two sheds on the
                                property were picked up and dropped
                                back down. This tornado was widely
                                photographed and videotaped.

  St. Croix County
    1 E Cylon to                  0          0
    1.5 ENE Cylon
                                A rain-wrapped tornado touched down in
                                an open field then tracked across a
                                couple groves of trees before lifting.

  St. Croix County
    3 N Roberts                   0          0

                                A trained spotter reported a funnel
                                cloud that abruptly dissipated a few
                                minutes later.

Location                        Character of Storm

COLORADO, Central and Northeast
  Washington County
    21 NW Akron                 Hail (1.00)
  Morgan County
    2 S Snyder                  Tornado (F0)

                                A small tornado touched down but did no
                                damage.

COLORADO, West
  COZ005
                                Flood

                                Flooding along Elk Creek near Milner
                                due to snowmelt began in May and
                                continued into June. Flood waters 8
                                inches deep inundated portions of
                                County Roads 42 and 44. The water
                                washed out a 200 foot stretch of the
                                unpaved County Road 42. Some
                                agricultural and pasture land was also
                                flooded.

KANSAS, North Central
  Phillips County
    2 W Long ls                 Hail (1.00)
NEBRASKA, South Central
  Harlan County
    8 S Stamford                Hail (1.00)
TEXAS, North
  TXZ091>095-101>107-
  118>120-123
                                Drought

                                Lack of rainfall in June continued a
                                prolonged dry spell which began last
                                winter and a drought which officially
                                began in May. June was the 5th
                                consecutive month with below normal
                                rainfall. During this 5 month period
                                ... Dallas/Fort Worth received around
                                half of its normal rainfall. Portions
                                of Montague, Cooke, Grayson, Fannin,
                                Lamar, Jack, Wise, Denton, Collin,
                                Hunt, Delta, Hopkins, Tarrant, Dallas,
                                Rockwall, and Rains Counties were
                                considered to be in severe drought as
                                classified by the U.S. Drought Monitor.
                                According to the Drought Impact
                                Reporter, hot and dry conditions
                                prompted the U.S. and Texas Forest
                                Services to declare the start of the
                                2005 fire season in June. Burn bans
                                were in place in 39 counties prior to
                                the July 4th weekend. The drought
                                continued into July.

  Bell County
    Temple                      Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

                                Roofing torn off portions of an
                                apartment complex. Several of the
                                apartments suffered water damage. A
                                fence was also destroyed.

  Bell County
    Belton                      Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Numerous power poles were knocked down
                                in and around the city

  Milam County
    10 SW Cameron               Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Tree down over CR 402 near Davilla.

  Tarrant County
    Ft Worth                    Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                                Measured 52 knot wind gust at NWS
                                office.

  Tarrant County
    Keller                      Thunderstorm Wind (G58)

WISCONSIN, West
  St. Croix County
    1 N Emerald                 Tornado (F0)

                                A tornado briefly touched down just
                                north of Emerald near the intersection
                                of County Road D and 170th Avenue. It
                                ripped metal from a barn and silo and
                                broke a few trees before lifting.

  Polk County
    Clear Lake                  Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

                                A rear flank downdraft caused
                                significant damage to a garage and
                                nearby trees in the southern part of
                                town just south of the path of a
                                tornado that moved through Clear Lake
                                along and north of South Avenue around
                                the same time.

  Polk County
    Clear Lake to               Tornado (F0)
    2.5 E Clear Lake
                                A tornado touched down in the southern
                                portion of Clear Lake. Scattered trees
                                were downed along South Avenue and 3rd
                                Avenue. Just south of the tornado track
                                a strong rear flank downdraft caused
                                significant damage to a garage and
                                nearby trees.

  Polk County
    Clayton                     Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                                Power lines were downed in Clayton and
                                on 85th Avenue approximately 1/2 mile
                                north of Highway 63 west of Clayton.

  Pierce County
    3 SE River Falls to         Tornado (F0)
    4 E River Falls
                                A tornado briefly touched down near the
                                intersection of 900th Street and 850th
                                Street in Section 16 of River Falls
                                Township. The tornado downed more than
                                30 trees, blew off two access doors to
                                an attic, and blew in the sliding door
                                of a pole barn. After the tornado
                                lifted, eyewitnesses said they saw the
                                funnel cloud rise and fall from the
                                storm as it moved to the northeast
                                across Interstate 94. This storm was
                                the same one that produced the Fl
                                tornado in Hammond a short time later.

  Barron County
    Almena                      Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Minor tree damage was reported.

  Barron County
    3 NNE Almena to             Tornado (F1)
    3 SE Cumberland
                                An F1 tornado touched down near the
                                intersection of 7th Street and 18th
                                Avenue and traveled northeast for 5
                                miles before lifting just northeast of
                                the Cumberland Airport near Upper
                                Vermillion Lake. The most concentrated
                                area of damage occurred just east of
                                8th Street north and south of 20th
                                Avenue southeast of Cumberland. Along
                                8th Street about one half mile south of
                                20th Avenue the metal roofs of two tall
                                silos were torn off, the east corner of
                                a pole barn was damaged, a detached
                                barn collapsed, three outbuildings were
                                destroyed, a hay shed was damaged, and
                                numerous trees were downed. Along 20th
                                Avenue just east of 8th Street a
                                detached garage was destroyed, the
                                south facing window on a farmhouse was
                                blown in, a horse shed was damage, a
                                dog was killed, and numerous trees were
                                sheared off 6 to 8 feet above the
                                ground. Along 7th Street just north of
                                18th Avenue where the tornado first
                                touched down, a tin roof was ripped off
                                a shed, a pole barn was downed, trees
                                were downed, and a steel windmill was
                                blown over. Near the end of the
                                tornados path just southeast of the
                                intersection of County Road T and 21st
                                Avenue a storage barn collapsed onto a
                                boat, motor, and business equipment.
                                Shingles were also ripped off the roof
                                of a home. A hanger on the eastern edge
                                of the Cumberland Airport near County
                                Road T was also slightly damaged.

  St. Croix County
    7 SW Hammond to             Tornado (F1)
    1 NE Hammond
                                A tornado that was on the ground for 8
                                miles first touched down near Oak Drive
                                in Section 24 of Kinnickinnic Township
                                about 7 miles southwest of Hammond. A
                                couple trying to outrun the storm in
                                their car said that the funnel suddenly
                                surrounded their vehicle. The car began
                                to shake and the back end started to
                                lift off the ground while at the same
                                time branches were flying by the car.
                                At a property nearby the tornado
                                sheared off a garage roof, twisted a
                                swing set up "like a pretzel", broke
                                windows, and downed trees. The tornado
                                pushed northeast and crossed Interstate
                                94 where it was witnessed by several
                                motorists.

                                Next the twister damaged a farmstead
                                near the intersection of County Highway
                                J and 170th Street about 4 miles
                                southwest of Hammond. A number of
                                horses were picked up and injured by
                                flying debris. One horse had to be put
                                down because of a severe leg injury.
                                Three sheds (42x80 feet, 27x14 feet,
                                and 150 feet long) were downed. After
                                striking the farmstead the tornado
                                destroyed two barns, a few sheds, and
                                snapped or uprooted many trees before
                                reaching Hammond.

                                The tornado was at its strongest when
                                it moved into the northwest corner of
                                Hammond where it damaged 24 homes,
                                mainly in the Meadows subdivision. A
                                row of 5 townhouses sustained
                                significant roof and garage damage and
                                one building had to be demolished. The
                                tornado caused grills, lawn furniture,
                                and building debris to be thrown into
                                the exterior walls and windows of
                                homes. Several neighborhood residents
                                took shelter in ground floor bathrooms
                                and closets (the homes did not have
                                basements) and incredibly no one was
                                injured. Twenty seven families had to
                                be sheltered by the Red Cross until the
                                damage to their homes could be
                                repaired. Hammond Golf Course lost 47
                                mature fairway trees between the 9th
                                and 6th tee box. Three golfers caught
                                outside when the tornado crossed the
                                course had to hang onto trees to
                                survive the forceful winds that threw
                                trees up to 25 feet from where they
                                were ripped from the ground.

                                Just north of town along 90th Avenue
                                the tornado threw a picnic table
                                through the front of a home. The home
                                itself was slightly moved off its
                                foundation and the back wall of the
                                home was ripped off. Two sheds on the
                                property were picked up and dropped
                                back down. This tornado was widely
                                photographed and videotaped.

  St. Croix County
    1 E Cylon to                Tornado (F0)
    1.5 ENE Cylon
                                A rain-wrapped tornado touched down in
                                an open field then tracked across a
                                couple groves of trees before lifting.

  St. Croix County
    3 N Roberts                 Funnel Cloud

                                A trained spotter reported a funnel
                                cloud that abruptly dissipated a few
                                minutes later.

July 2005

                                        Time        Path       Path
                                        Local/      Length     Width
Location                        Date    Standard    (Miles)    (Yards)

GEORGIA, East Central
  Columbia County
    Martinez                    28      1540EST

                                SKYWARN spotter reported 58mph gust on
                                home weather station.

  Columbia County
    Martinez                    28      1545EST

                                SKYWARN spotter reported 3/4 inch hail
                                at the intersection of Bobby Jones and
                                Washington roads.

  Columbia County
    Evans                       28      1555EST

                                Sheriff reported trees, powerlines, and
                                traffic lights out from Martinez to
                                Evans.

  Richmond County
    2 N Hephzibah               29      1316EST

                                Postal carrier reported penny size hail
                                on route north of town.

KANSAS, North Central
  Osborne County
    2 W Osborne                 25      1600CST
  Osborne County
    1 N Osborne                 25      1645CST
  Mitchell County
    3 E Glen Elder              25      1715CST
  Jewell County
    2 NE Webber                 25      1719CST
  Rooks County
    4 N Damar                   25      1900CST
  Osborne County
    18 S Osborne                25      1905CST
  Mitchell County
    3 N Tipton                  25      1932CST
  Mitchell County
    7 SE Cawker City            25      1935CST
  Mitchell County
    4 E Glen Elder              25      1945CST
  Jewell County
    8 SSW Jewell                25      2005CST

                                Scattered severe thunderstorms tapped a
                                dry low level atmosphere on a hot day
                                and were able to produce strong and
                                damaging wind gusts across north
                                central Kansas.

NEBRASKA, South Central
  Clay County
    1 W Deweese                 17      1933CST
  Nuckolls County
    8 N Nelson                  17      1937CST

NEBRASKA, South Central
  Buffalo County
    Gibbon                      17      2045CST
  Furnas County
    Wilsonville                 17      2045CST

                                Severe thunderstorms dropped hail as
                                large as golf balls, which at one
                                point, covered the ground in the
                                Gibbon area.

SOUTH CAROLINA, Central
  SCZ016                        Chesterfield
                                01      1700EST

                                Emergency manager reported flooded
                                streets in Cheraw and Chesterfield.
                                Water was one to two feet deep in some
                                locations.

  Aiken County
    Countywide                  01      1800EST

                                Sheriff reported several trees down
                                around the county.

  Edgefield County
    8 W Edgefield               01      1800EST

                                Sheriff reported trees down just west
                                of Cleora.

  Kershaw County
    Lugoff to                   01      1830EST
    Camden
                                Emergency manager reported several
                                trees down in from Lugoff to Camden.

  Richland County
    Columbia                    01      1900EST

                                General public reported nickel size
                                hail.

  Richland County
    8 NE Columbia               01      1913EST

                                Emergency Manager reported trees down
                                on Screaming Eagle Road.

  Richland County
    Eastover                    01      1952EST

                                Sheriff reported trees down in
                                Eastover.

  Bamberg County
    3 S Bamberg                 01      2058EST

                                Sheriff reported trees down.

  Clarendon County
    Foreston                    03      1210EST

                                Highway Dept. reported several trees
                                down in and around Foreston.

  Saluda County
    Saluda                      03      1430EST

                                Sheriff reported trees and powerlines
                                down in Saluda.

  Newberry County
    1 SW Newberry               03      1520EST     0.5        75
                                        1521EST

                                Storm Survey found an F! tornado
                                completely destroyed a modular building
                                and took down trees and powerlines at
                                SC121 and Belfast road. A wheat field
                                was also laid flat by the tornado

  Lexington County
    Gaston                      13      1230EST

                                Public phoned in a report of nickel
                                size hail.

  Calhoun County
    11 W St Matthews            13      1247EST

                                Calhoun 911 reported trees down on
                                hwy 6 near the county line.

  Fairfield County
    Jenkinsville                13      1305EST

                                Highway dept. reported several trees
                                down in the Jenkinsville area.

  Richland County
    2 E Eastover                13      1305EST

                                Postal empolyee reported large limbs
                                down on hwy 601.

  Newberry County
    Peak to                     13      1312EST
    Pomaria
                                Sheriff reported several trees down
                                from Peak to Pomeria.

  Edgefeld County
    Trenton to                  13      1344EST
    3 ENE Trenton                       1354EST

                                Emergency manager reported trees down
                                in Trenton and on hwy 191.

  Lancaster County
    Kershaw                     13      1355EST

                                Sheriff reported trees and powerlines
                                down in the town of Kershaw.

  Lancaster County
    8 E Lancaster               13      1415EST

                                Sheriff reported golfball size hail in
                                the Buford area.

  Lancaster County
    8 E Lancaster               13      1415EST

                                Sheriff reported trees down in the
                                Buford area.

  Sumter County
    1 N Sumter                  18      1752EST

                                Highway Dept. removed a couple of trees
                                off SC HWY 521 just north of town.

  Richland County
    Blythewood                  22      1700EST

                                Utility company reported trees and
                                powerlines down.

  Fairfield County
    8 NW Winnsboro to           22      1815EST
    4 SW Winnsboro                      1835EST

                                Utility company reported trees and
                                powerlines down.

  Lancaster County
    Heath Spgs to               22      1825EST
    Pleasant Hill                       1835EST

                                Utility company reported trees and
                                powerlines down from Heath Springs to
                                Pleasant Hill.

  Lexington County
    8 ESE Batesburg             28      1408EST

                                Highway Patrol reported trees down on
                                1-20 between mile marker 40 and 44

  Lexington County
    Cayce                       28      1423EST

                                Public reported 3/4 inch hail.

  Lexington County
    Columbia Arpt               28      1428EST

                                NWS obs reported 60mph gusts. Trees
                                down around airport.

  Richland County
    Columbia                    28      1450EST

                                Police reported several trees down in
                                the city.

  Lexington County
    Cayce                       28      1500EST
                                        1540EST

                                Police reported 1-2 ft of water
                                flooding several roads which were
                                closed to traffic.

  Richland County
    Columbia                    28      1530EST
                                        1610EST

                                Police reported 1-2ft of water downtown
                                in the 5 points area closing several
                                roads.

  Edgefield County
    5 ENE Edgefield             28      1650EST

                                Public reported 3/4 inch hail and tree
                                branches down on hwy 121 near the
                                Edgefield/Saluda county line.

  Lancaster County
    5 SE Lancaster              28      1650EST

                                Sheriff reported nickel size hail near
                                Elgin.

  Lancaster County
    5 SE Lancaster              28      1650EST

                                Sheriff reported trees down near Elgin.

  Saluda County
    6 SSW Saluda                28      1657EST

                                Emergency manager reported 3/4 inch
                                hail in southern part of county near
                                hwy 121.

  Saluda County
    6 SSW Saluda                28      1657EST

                                Highway dept. reported trees down on
                                hwy 121 near the county line.

  Lancaster County
    5 NE Lancaster              28      1709EST

                                Sheriff reported nickel size hail
                                northeast of Lancaster near hwy 28.

  Lancaster County
    5 NE Lancaster              28      1709EST

                                Sheriff reported trees down hwy 28.
                                Cell phone town also damaged.

  Sumter County
    10 E Mayesville             28      2015EST

                                Black River coop reported trees down
                                on powerlines with power outages.

  Kershaw County
    4 S Camden                  28      2035EST

                                Sheriff reported trees down at the
                                intersection of hwys 261 and 521.

  Chesterfield County
    Patrick                     28      2155EST

                                Sheriff reported numerous trees down
                                in and around Patrick.

  Chesterfield County
    Chesterfield                28      2200EST

                                Sheriff reported trees down in
                                Chesterfield.

  Saluda County
    12 E Saluda                 29      1500EST

                                SKYWARN spotter reported large limbs
                                down around the traffic circle on
                                hwy 378.

  Chesterfield County
    Pageland                    29      1600EST

                                Lynches River Electric coop reported
                                trees down on powerlines causing power
                                outages just north of town.

TEXAS, North
  TXZ091>095-100>107-           Montague--Cooke--Grayson--Fannin--Lamar
  115>123-129>135-141-          --Young--Jack--Wise--Denton--Collin--
  143>148-159-161               Hunt Delta Hopkins--Stephens--Palo
                                Pinto--Parker--Tarrant--Dallas--
                                Rockwall--Kaufman--Van Zandt Rains
                                Eastland--Erath--Hood--Somervell--
                                Johnson--Ellis--Henderson--Comanche--
                                Hamilton Bosque Hill Navarro--
                                Freestone--Anderson--Mclennan--
                                Limestone
                                Ol      00000CST
                                31      2359CST

                                The drought which officially began in
                                May continued into July. By the end of
                                the month, almost all of north Texas
                                was considered to be in severe drought
                                (D2) as classified by the U.S. Drought
                                Monitor. In addition, a large area
                                which included the Dallas/Fort Worth
                                metroplex was in extreme drought (D3).
                                The Texas Cooperative Extension
                                reported that grass growth was slowed
                                by dry conditions in central, east, and
                                south Texas, and according to the
                                agricultural districts of Dallas,
                                drought conditions caused pasture
                                conditions to deteriorate substantially
                                according to the Federal Reserves Beige
                                Book. The drought continued into
                                August.

  Fannin County
    Bailey                      Ol      0936CST

                                Power substation knocked out due to
                                lightning strike.

  Fannin County
    Bonham                      01      0936CST

                                Power lines knocked down in and around
                                Bonham.

  Hunt County
    5 NE Celeste                01      1015CST

                                Numerous power lines knocked down
                                between Celeste and Wolfe City

  Palo Pinto County
    Graford                     Ol      1020CST

                                Several grass fires started by
                                lightning along I-20 and Highway 254
                                in Graford.

  Palo Pinto County
    2 NE Salesville             Ol      1020CST

                                Numerous trees and power lines blown
                                down; trees blown down across
                                Highway 281 North

  Parker County
    3 SW Cool                   Ol      1029CST

                                ASOS observation of 58 MPH at Mineral
                                Wells Airport.

  Palo Pinto County
    Mineral Wells               Ol      1036CST

                                Several reports of wind damage. Part of
                                a roof was blown off a nursing home,
                                the city gym was damaged, and power
                                lines were blown down.

  Parker County
    Millsap                     01      1038CST

                                Barn damaged.

  Hood County
    5 NW Granbury               01      1112CST

                                Tree limbs broken.

  Parker County
    6 S Aledo                   01      1117CST
  Dallas County
    3 SE Reinhardt              01      1120CST

                                Minor street flooding up to car bumpers
                                at Big Town Boulevard and Highway 80.

  TXZ119                        Dallas
                                01      1154CST

                                Street flooding reported in SE Dallas
                                and Mesquite.

  Johnson County
    2 W Joshua                  Ol      1202CST

                                Power lines and transformers knocked
                                down.

  Ellis County
    Midlothian                  01      1230CST

                                Trees knocked down.

  Stephens County
    4 NW Breckenridge           01      1800CST

                                A portion of a residential roof was
                                blown off and a large tree was
                                uprooted. Large limbs were broken off
                                trees, small signs and fences were
                                damaged, and power lines were forced
                                down by fallen branches.

                                   Number of             Estimated
                                    Persons               Damage

Location                        Killed    Injured     Property   Crops

GEORGIA, East Central
  Columbia County
    Martinez                      0          0                        0

                                SKYWARN spotter reported 58mph gust on
                                home weather station.

  Columbia County
    Martinez                      0          0             0          0

                                SKYWARN spotter reported 3/4 inch hail
                                at the intersection of Bobby Jones and
                                Washington roads.

  Columbia County
    Evans                         0          0                        0

                                Sheriff reported trees, powerlines, and
                                traffic lights out from Martinez to
                                Evans.

  Richmond County
    2 N Hephzibah                 0          0             0          0

                                Postal carrier reported penny size hail
                                on route north of town.

KANSAS, North Central
  Osborne County
    2 W Osborne                   0          0          25K           0
  Osborne County
    1 N Osborne                   0          0          25K           0
  Mitchell County
    3 E Glen Elder                0          0          25K           0
  Jewell County
    2 NE Webber                   0          0          25K           0
  Rooks County
    4 N Damar                     0          0          25K           0
  Osborne County
    18 S Osborne                  0          0          25K           0
  Mitchell County
    3 N Tipton                    0          0          25K           0
  Mitchell County
    7 SE Cawker City              0          0          25K           0
  Mitchell County
    4 E Glen Elder                0          0          25K           0
  Jewell County
    8 SSW Jewell                  0          0          25K           0

                                Scattered severe thunderstorms tapped a
                                dry low level atmosphere on a hot day
                                and were able to produce strong and
                                damaging wind gusts across north
                                central Kansas.

NEBRASKA, South Central
  Clay County
    1 W Deweese                   0          0          25K       250K
  Nuckolls County
    8 N Nelson                    0          0             0          0

NEBRASKA, South Central
  Buffalo County
    Gibbon                        0          0         100K       500K
  Furnas County
    Wilsonville                   0          0          25K       250K

                                Severe thunderstorms dropped hail as
                                large as golf balls, which at one
                                point, covered the ground in the
                                Gibbon area.

SOUTH CAROLINA, Central
  SCZ016
                                  0          0

                                Emergency manager reported flooded
                                streets in Cheraw and Chesterfield.
                                Water was one to two feet deep in some
                                locations.

  Aiken County
    Countywide                    0          0

                                Sheriff reported several trees down
                                around the county.

  Edgefield County
    8 W Edgefield                 0          0             0          0

                                Sheriff reported trees down just west
                                of Cleora.

  Kershaw County
    Lugoff to                     0          0             0          0
    Camden
                                Emergency manager reported several
                                trees down in from Lugoff to Camden.

  Richland County
    Columbia                      0          0             0          0

                                General public reported nickel size
                                hail.

  Richland County
    8 NE Columbia                 0          0             0          0

                                Emergency Manager reported trees down
                                on Screaming Eagle Road.

  Richland County
    Eastover                      0          0             0          0

                                Sheriff reported trees down in
                                Eastover.

  Bamberg County
    3 S Bamberg                   0          0             0          0

                                Sheriff reported trees down.

  Clarendon County
    Foreston                      0          0             0          0

                                Highway Dept. reported several trees
                                down in and around Foreston.

  Saluda County
    Saluda                        0          0                        0

                                Sheriff reported trees and powerlines
                                down in Saluda.

  Newberry County
    1 SW Newberry                 0          0          15K         1K

                                Storm Survey found an F! tornado
                                completely destroyed a modular building
                                and took down trees and powerlines at
                                SC121 and Belfast road. A wheat field
                                was also laid flat by the tornado

  Lexington County
    Gaston                        0          0             0

                                Public phoned in a report of nickel
                                size hail.

  Calhoun County
    11 W St Matthews              0          0             0          0

                                Calhoun 911 reported trees down on
                                hwy 6 near the county line.

  Fairfield County
    Jenkinsville                  0          0             0          0

                                Highway dept. reported several trees
                                down in the Jenkinsville area.

  Richland County
    2 E Eastover                  0          0             0          0

                                Postal empolyee reported large limbs
                                down on hwy 601.

  Newberry County
    Peak to                       0          0             0          0
    Pomaria
                                Sheriff reported several trees down
                                from Peak to Pomeria.

  Edgefeld County
    Trenton to                    0          0                        0
    3 ENE Trenton
                                Emergency manager reported trees down
                                in Trenton and on hwy 191.

  Lancaster County
    Kershaw                       0          0             0          0

                                Sheriff reported trees and powerlines
                                down in the town of Kershaw.

  Lancaster County
    8 E Lancaster                 0          0             0          0

                                Sheriff reported golfball size hail in
                                the Buford area.

  Lancaster County
    8 E Lancaster                 0          0                        0

                                Sheriff reported trees down in the
                                Buford area.

  Sumter County
    1 N Sumter                    0          0             0          0

                                Highway Dept. removed a couple of trees
                                off SC HWY 521 just north of town.

  Richland County
    Blythewood                    0          0                        0

                                Utility company reported trees and
                                powerlines down.

  Fairfield County
    8 NW Winnsboro to             0          0                        0
    4 SW Winnsboro

                                Utility company reported trees and
                                powerlines down.

  Lancaster County
    Heath Spgs to                 0          0                        0
    Pleasant Hill

                                Utility company reported trees and
                                powerlines down from Heath Springs to
                                Pleasant Hill.

  Lexington County
    8 ESE Batesburg               0          0             0          0

                                Highway Patrol reported trees down on
                                1-20 between mile marker 40 and 44

  Lexington County
    Cayce                         0          0             0          0

                                Public reported 3/4 inch hail.

  Lexington County
    Columbia Arpt                 0          0             0          0

                                NWS obs reported 60mph gusts. Trees
                                down around airport.

  Richland County
    Columbia                      0          0             0

                                Police reported several trees down in
                                the city.

  Lexington County
    Cayce                         0          0             0

                                Police reported 1-2 ft of water
                                flooding several roads which were
                                closed to traffic.

  Richland County
    Columbia                      0          0             0

                                Police reported 1-2ft of water downtown
                                in the 5 points area closing several
                                roads.

  Edgefield County
    5 ENE Edgefield               0          0             0

                                Public reported 3/4 inch hail and tree
                                branches down on hwy 121 near the
                                Edgefield/Saluda county line.

  Lancaster County
    5 SE Lancaster                0          0

                                Sheriff reported nickel size hail near
                                Elgin.

  Lancaster County
    5 SE Lancaster                0          0

                                Sheriff reported trees down near Elgin.

  Saluda County
    6 SSW Saluda                  0          0             0          0

                                Emergency manager reported 3/4 inch
                                hail in southern part of county near
                                hwy 121.

  Saluda County
    6 SSW Saluda                  0          0             0          0

                                Highway dept. reported trees down on
                                hwy 121 near the county line.

  Lancaster County
    5 NE Lancaster                0          0             0

                                Sheriff reported nickel size hail
                                northeast of Lancaster near hwy 28.

  Lancaster County
    5 NE Lancaster                0          0             0

                                Sheriff reported trees down hwy 28.
                                Cell phone town also damaged.

  Sumter County
    10 E Mayesville               0          0             0

                                Black River coop reported trees down
                                on powerlines with power outages.

  Kershaw County
    4 S Camden                    0          0             0          0

                                Sheriff reported trees down at the
                                intersection of hwys 261 and 521.

  Chesterfield County
    Patrick                       0          0             0

                                Sheriff reported numerous trees down
                                in and around Patrick.

  Chesterfield County
    Chesterfield                  0          0             0

                                Sheriff reported trees down in
                                Chesterfield.

  Saluda County
    12 E Saluda                   0          0             0

                                SKYWARN spotter reported large limbs
                                down around the traffic circle on
                                hwy 378.

  Chesterfield County
    Pageland                      0          0             0

                                Lynches River Electric coop reported
                                trees down on powerlines causing power
                                outages just north of town.

TEXAS, North
  TXZ091>095-100>107-
  115>123-129>135-141-
  143>148-159-161
                                  0          0          60M

                                The drought which officially began in
                                May continued into July. By the end of
                                the month, almost all of north Texas
                                was considered to be in severe drought
                                (D2) as classified by the U.S. Drought
                                Monitor. In addition, a large area
                                which included the Dallas/Fort Worth
                                metroplex was in extreme drought (D3).
                                The Texas Cooperative Extension
                                reported that grass growth was slowed
                                by dry conditions in central, east, and
                                south Texas, and according to the
                                agricultural districts of Dallas,
                                drought conditions caused pasture
                                conditions to deteriorate substantially
                                according to the Federal Reserves Beige
                                Book. The drought continued into
                                August.

  Fannin County
    Bailey                        0          0           5K

                                Power substation knocked out due to
                                lightning strike.

  Fannin County
    Bonham                        0          0           5K

                                Power lines knocked down in and around
                                Bonham.

  Hunt County
    5 NE Celeste                  0          0           5K

                                Numerous power lines knocked down
                                between Celeste and Wolfe City

  Palo Pinto County
    Graford                       0          0

                                Several grass fires started by
                                lightning along I-20 and Highway 254
                                in Graford.

  Palo Pinto County
    2 NE Salesville               0          0           5K

                                Numerous trees and power lines blown
                                down; trees blown down across
                                Highway 281 North

  Parker County
    3 SW Cool                     0          0

                                ASOS observation of 58 MPH at Mineral
                                Wells Airport.

  Palo Pinto County
    Mineral Wells                 0          0          40K

                                Several reports of wind damage. Part of
                                a roof was blown off a nursing home,
                                the city gym was damaged, and power
                                lines were blown down.

  Parker County
    Millsap                       0          0           5K

                                Barn damaged.

  Hood County
    5 NW Granbury                            0             0

                                Tree limbs broken.

  Parker County
    6 S Aledo                                0             0
  Dallas County
    3 SE Reinhardt                           0             0

                                Minor street flooding up to car bumpers
                                at Big Town Boulevard and Highway 80.

  TXZ119
                                             0             0

                                Street flooding reported in SE Dallas
                                and Mesquite.

  Johnson County
    2 W Joshua                               0             0       10K

                                Power lines and transformers knocked
                                down.

  Ellis County
    Midlothian                               0             0

                                Trees knocked down.

  Stephens County
    4 NW Breckenridge                        0             0       30K

                                A portion of a residential roof was
                                blown off and a large tree was
                                uprooted. Large limbs were broken off
                                trees, small signs and fences were
                                damaged, and power lines were forced
                                down by fallen branches.

Location                        Character of Storm

GEORGIA, East Central
  Columbia County
    Martinez                    Thunderstorm Wind (G58)

                                SKYWARN spotter reported 58mph gust on
                                home weather station.

  Columbia County
    Martinez                    Hail (0.75)

                                SKYWARN spotter reported 3/4 inch hail
                                at the intersection of Bobby Jones and
                                Washington roads.

  Columbia County
    Evans                       Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

                                Sheriff reported trees, powerlines, and
                                traffic lights out from Martinez to
                                Evans.

  Richmond County
    2 N Hephzibah               Hail (0.75)

                                Postal carrier reported penny size hail
                                on route north of town.

KANSAS, North Central
  Osborne County
    2 W Osborne                 Thunderstorm Wind (G77)
  Osborne County
    1 N Osborne                 Thunderstorm Wind (G69)
  Mitchell County
    3 E Glen Elder              Thunderstorm Wind (G52)
  Jewell County
    2 NE Webber                 Thunderstorm Wind (G52)
  Rooks County
    4 N Damar                   Thunderstorm Wind (G52)
  Osborne County
    18 S Osborne                Thunderstorm Wind (G52)
  Mitchell County
    3 N Tipton                  Thunderstorm Wind (G69)
  Mitchell County
    7 SE Cawker City            Thunderstorm Wind (G61)
  Mitchell County
    4 E Glen Elder              Thunderstorm Wind (G61)
  Jewell County
    8 SSW Jewell                Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                                Scattered severe thunderstorms tapped a
                                dry low level atmosphere on a hot day
                                and were able to produce strong and
                                damaging wind gusts across north
                                central Kansas.

NEBRASKA, South Central
  Clay County
    1 W Deweese                 Hail (1.75)
  Nuckolls County
    8 N Nelson                  Hail (1.00)

NEBRASKA, South Central
  Buffalo County
    Gibbon                      Hail (1.75)
  Furnas County
    Wilsonville                 Hail (1.75)

                                Severe thunderstorms dropped hail as
                                large as golf balls, which at one
                                point, covered the ground in the
                                Gibbon area.

SOUTH CAROLINA, Central
  SCZ016
                                Flood

                                Emergency manager reported flooded
                                streets in Cheraw and Chesterfield.
                                Water was one to two feet deep in some
                                locations.

  Aiken County
    Countywide                  Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

                                Sheriff reported several trees down
                                around the county.

  Edgefield County
    8 W Edgefield               Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Sheriff reported trees down just west
                                of Cleora.

  Kershaw County
    Lugoff to                   Thunderstorm Wind (G55)
    Camden
                                Emergency manager reported several
                                trees down in from Lugoff to Camden.

  Richland County
    Columbia                    Hail (0.88)

                                General public reported nickel size
                                hail.

  Richland County
    8 NE Columbia               Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

                                Emergency Manager reported trees down
                                on Screaming Eagle Road.

  Richland County
    Eastover                    Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Sheriff reported trees down in
                                Eastover.

  Bamberg County
    3 S Bamberg                 Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Sheriff reported trees down.

  Clarendon County
    Foreston                    Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Highway Dept. reported several trees
                                down in and around Foreston.

  Saluda County
    Saluda                      Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Sheriff reported trees and powerlines
                                down in Saluda.

  Newberry County
    1 SW Newberry               Tornado (Fl)

                                Storm Survey found an F! tornado
                                completely destroyed a modular building
                                and took down trees and powerlines at
                                SC121 and Belfast road. A wheat field
                                was also laid flat by the tornado

  Lexington County
    Gaston                      Hail (0.88)

                                Public phoned in a report of nickel
                                size hail.

  Calhoun County
    11 W St Matthews            Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

                                Calhoun 911 reported trees down on
                                hwy 6 near the county line.

  Fairfield County
    Jenkinsville                Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

                                Highway dept. reported several trees
                                down in the Jenkinsville area.

  Richland County
    2 E Eastover                Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Postal empolyee reported large limbs
                                down on hwy 601.

  Newberry County
    Peak to                     Thunderstorm Wind (G50)
    Pomaria
                                Sheriff reported several trees down
                                from Peak to Pomeria.

  Edgefeld County
    Trenton to                  Thunderstorm Wind (G60)
    3 ENE Trenton
                                Emergency manager reported trees down
                                in Trenton and on hwy 191.

  Lancaster County
    Kershaw                     Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

                                Sheriff reported trees and powerlines
                                down in the town of Kershaw.

  Lancaster County
    8 E Lancaster               Hail (1.75)

                                Sheriff reported golfball size hail in
                                the Buford area.

  Lancaster County
    8 E Lancaster               Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

                                Sheriff reported trees down in the
                                Buford area.

  Sumter County
    1 N Sumter                  Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

                                Highway Dept. removed a couple of trees
                                off SC HWY 521 just north of town.

  Richland County
    Blythewood                  Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

                                Utility company reported trees and
                                powerlines down.

  Fairfield County
    8 NW Winnsboro to           Thunderstorm Wind (G55)
    4 SW Winnsboro

                                Utility company reported trees and
                                powerlines down.

  Lancaster County
    Heath Spgs to               Thunderstorm Wind (G55)
    Pleasant Hill

                                Utility company reported trees and
                                powerlines down from Heath Springs to
                                Pleasant Hill.

  Lexington County
    8 ESE Batesburg             Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

                                Highway Patrol reported trees down on
                                1-20 between mile marker 40 and 44

  Lexington County
    Cayce                       Hail (0.75)

                                Public reported 3/4 inch hail.

  Lexington County
    Columbia Arpt               Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

                                NWS obs reported 60mph gusts. Trees
                                down around airport.

  Richland County
    Columbia                    Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

                                Police reported several trees down in
                                the city.

  Lexington County
    Cayce                       Flash Flood

                                Police reported 1-2 ft of water
                                flooding several roads which were
                                closed to traffic.

  Richland County
    Columbia                    Flash Flood

                                Police reported 1-2ft of water downtown
                                in the 5 points area closing several
                                roads.

  Edgefield County
    5 ENE Edgefield             Hail (0.75)

                                Public reported 3/4 inch hail and tree
                                branches down on hwy 121 near the
                                Edgefield/Saluda county line.

  Lancaster County
    5 SE Lancaster              Hail (0.88)

                                Sheriff reported nickel size hail near
                                Elgin.

  Lancaster County
    5 SE Lancaster              Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

                                Sheriff reported trees down near Elgin.

  Saluda County
    6 SSW Saluda                Hail (0.75)

                                Emergency manager reported 3/4 inch
                                hail in southern part of county near
                                hwy 121.

  Saluda County
    6 SSW Saluda                Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

                                Highway dept. reported trees down on
                                hwy 121 near the county line.

  Lancaster County
    5 NE Lancaster              Hail (0.88)

                                Sheriff reported nickel size hail
                                northeast of Lancaster near hwy 28.

  Lancaster County
    5 NE Lancaster              Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

                                Sheriff reported trees down hwy 28.
                                Cell phone town also damaged.

  Sumter County
    10 E Mayesville             Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

                                Black River coop reported trees down
                                on powerlines with power outages.

  Kershaw County
    4 S Camden                  Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

                                Sheriff reported trees down at the
                                intersection of hwys 261 and 521.

  Chesterfield County
    Patrick                     Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

                                Sheriff reported numerous trees down
                                in and around Patrick.

  Chesterfield County
    Chesterfield                Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

                                Sheriff reported trees down in
                                Chesterfield.

  Saluda County
    12 E Saluda                 Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                SKYWARN spotter reported large limbs
                                down around the traffic circle on
                                hwy 378.

  Chesterfield County
    Pageland                    Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

                                Lynches River Electric coop reported
                                trees down on powerlines causing power
                                outages just north of town.

TEXAS, North
  TXZ091>095-100>107-
  115>123-129>135-141-
  143>148-159-161
                                Drought

                                The drought which officially began in
                                May continued into July. By the end of
                                the month, almost all of north Texas
                                was considered to be in severe drought
                                (D2) as classified by the U.S. Drought
                                Monitor. In addition, a large area
                                which included the Dallas/Fort Worth
                                metroplex was in extreme drought (D3).
                                The Texas Cooperative Extension
                                reported that grass growth was slowed
                                by dry conditions in central, east, and
                                south Texas, and according to the
                                agricultural districts of Dallas,
                                drought conditions caused pasture
                                conditions to deteriorate substantially
                                according to the Federal Reserves Beige
                                Book. The drought continued into
                                August.

  Fannin County
    Bailey                      Lightning

                                Power substation knocked out due to
                                lightning strike.

  Fannin County
    Bonham                      Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Power lines knocked down in and around
                                Bonham.

  Hunt County
    5 NE Celeste                Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Numerous power lines knocked down
                                between Celeste and Wolfe City

  Palo Pinto County
    Graford                     Lightning

                                Several grass fires started by
                                lightning along I-20 and Highway 254
                                in Graford.

  Palo Pinto County
    2 NE Salesville             Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Numerous trees and power lines blown
                                down; trees blown down across
                                Highway 281 North

  Parker County
    3 SW Cool                   Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                ASOS observation of 58 MPH at Mineral
                                Wells Airport.

  Palo Pinto County
    Mineral Wells               Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Several reports of wind damage. Part of
                                a roof was blown off a nursing home,
                                the city gym was damaged, and power
                                lines were blown down.

  Parker County
    Millsap                     Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Barn damaged.

  Hood County
    5 NW Granbury               Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Tree limbs broken.

  Parker County
    6 S Aledo                   Thunderstorm Wind (G52)
  Dallas County
    3 SE Reinhardt              Heavy Rain

                                Minor street flooding up to car bumpers
                                at Big Town Boulevard and Highway 80.

  TXZ119
                                Flood

                                Street flooding reported in SE Dallas
                                and Mesquite.

  Johnson County
    2 W Joshua                  Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Power lines and transformers knocked
                                down.

  Ellis County
    Midlothian                  Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Trees knocked down.

  Stephens County
    4 NW Breckenridge           Thunderstorm Wind (G56)

                                A portion of a residential roof was
                                blown off and a large tree was
                                uprooted. Large limbs were broken off
                                trees, small signs and fences were
                                damaged, and power lines were forced
                                down by fallen branches.

August 2005

                                        Time        Path       Path
                                        Local/      Length     Width
Location                        Date    Standard    (Miles)    (Yards)

NEW YORK, Coastal
  Orange County
    Otisville                   12      1800EST

                                Branches down.

  Orange County
    Goshen                      12      1825EST

                                Branches down.

  Westchester County
    Somers                      12      1950EST
                                        1955EST

                                Several trees were blown over by severe
                                thunderstorm winds.

  Nassau County
    Glen Cove                   12      2045EST     0.2        50
                                        2046EST

                                A weak and short-lived Fl tornado
                                touched down around 945 pm EDT in Glen
                                Cove. The tornado formed in a
                                thunderstorm that formed on an outflow
                                boundary produced by a line of
                                thunderstorms over Long Island Sound.
                                The tornado moved from northwest to
                                southeast and was estimated to be on
                                the ground for only a minute or two.
                                However, it caused considerable damage
                                to many of the large trees in the area.
                                Many large trees in the neighborhood to
                                the south of the Welwyn Preserve came
                                down and did considerable damage to
                                homes and property. Damage was reported
                                as far southeast as North Shore
                                University Hospital. There were no
                                known injuries.

                                A line of thunderstorms developed over
                                the Lower Hudson Valley of NY on the
                                evening of the 12th. As these
                                thunderstorms progressed to the
                                southeast, they produced wind damage.
                                A brief tornado also touched down in
                                Nassau County

TEXAS, North
  TY-Z092>095-102>107-          Cooke--Grayson--Fannin--Lamar--Wise--
  117>123-131>134               Denton--Collin--Hunt--Delta--Hopkins--
                                Parker--Tarrant--Dallas--Rockwall--
                                Kaufman--Van Zandt--Rains--Hood--
                                Somervell--Johnson--Ellis
                                Ol      0000CST
                                31      2359CST

                                By the end of August, a large area of
                                east and north Texas was considered to
                                be in severe drought (D2) or worse as
                                classified by the U.S. Drought Monitor.
                                However ... some areas that were
                                considered to be in severe drought or
                                worse last month had recovered
                                somewhat. For example, the Dallas/Fort
                                Worth metroplex, which was considered
                                to be in extreme drought (D3) last
                                month, actually received more rainfall
                                than normal for August, and improved a
                                category to severe drought (D2).
                                According to the Drought Impact
                                Reporter, there were 37 counties in
                                north Texas with outdoor burn bans. The
                                drought continued into September.

                                    Number of           Estimated
                                     Persons              Damage

Location                        Killed    Injured    Property    Crops

Additions/Corrections

NEW YORK, Coastal
  Orange County
    Otisville                     0          0

                                Branches down.

  Orange County
    Goshen                        0          0

                                Branches down.

  Westchester County
    Somers                        0          0

                                Several trees were blown over by severe
                                thunderstorm winds.

  Nassau County
    Glen Cove                     0          0         135K

                                A weak and short-lived Fl tornado
                                touched down around 945 pm EDT in Glen
                                Cove. The tornado formed in a
                                thunderstorm that formed on an outflow
                                boundary produced by a line of
                                thunderstorms over Long Island Sound.
                                The tornado moved from northwest to
                                southeast and was estimated to be on
                                the ground for only a minute or two.
                                However, it caused considerable damage
                                to many of the large trees in the area.
                                Many large trees in the neighborhood to
                                the south of the Welwyn Preserve came
                                down and did considerable damage to
                                homes and property. Damage was reported
                                as far southeast as North Shore
                                University Hospital. There were no
                                known injuries.

                                A line of thunderstorms developed over
                                the Lower Hudson Valley of NY on the
                                evening of the 12th. As these
                                thunderstorms progressed to the
                                southeast, they produced wind damage.
                                A brief tornado also touched down in
                                Nassau County

TEXAS, North
  TY-Z092>095-102>107-
  117>123-131>134
                                  0          0                     60M

                                By the end of August, a large area of
                                east and north Texas was considered to
                                be in severe drought (D2) or worse as
                                classified by the U.S. Drought Monitor.
                                However ... some areas that were
                                considered to be in severe drought or
                                worse last month had recovered
                                somewhat. For example, the Dallas/Fort
                                Worth metroplex, which was considered
                                to be in extreme drought (D3) last
                                month, actually received more rainfall
                                than normal for August, and improved a
                                category to severe drought (D2).
                                According to the Drought Impact
                                Reporter, there were 37 counties in
                                north Texas with outdoor burn bans. The
                                drought continued into September.

Location                        Character of Storm

Additions/Corrections

NEW YORK, Coastal
  Orange County
    Otisville                   Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Branches down.

  Orange County
    Goshen                      Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Branches down.

  Westchester County
    Somers                      Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                                Several trees were blown over by severe
                                thunderstorm winds.

  Nassau County
    Glen Cove                   Tornado (F1)

                                A weak and short-lived Fl tornado
                                touched down around 945 pm EDT in Glen
                                Cove. The tornado formed in a
                                thunderstorm that formed on an outflow
                                boundary produced by a line of
                                thunderstorms over Long Island Sound.
                                The tornado moved from northwest to
                                southeast and was estimated to be on
                                the ground for only a minute or two.
                                However, it caused considerable damage
                                to many of the large trees in the area.
                                Many large trees in the neighborhood to
                                the south of the Welwyn Preserve came
                                down and did considerable damage to
                                homes and property. Damage was reported
                                as far southeast as North Shore
                                University Hospital. There were no
                                known injuries.

                                A line of thunderstorms developed over
                                the Lower Hudson Valley of NY on the
                                evening of the 12th. As these
                                thunderstorms progressed to the
                                southeast, they produced wind damage.
                                A brief tornado also touched down in
                                Nassau County

TEXAS, North
  TY-Z092>095-102>107-
  117>123-131>134
                                Drought

                                By the end of August, a large area of
                                east and north Texas was considered to
                                be in severe drought (D2) or worse as
                                classified by the U.S. Drought Monitor.
                                However ... some areas that were
                                considered to be in severe drought or
                                worse last month had recovered
                                somewhat. For example, the Dallas/Fort
                                Worth metroplex, which was considered
                                to be in extreme drought (D3) last
                                month, actually received more rainfall
                                than normal for August, and improved a
                                category to severe drought (D2).
                                According to the Drought Impact
                                Reporter, there were 37 counties in
                                north Texas with outdoor burn bans. The
                                drought continued into September.

September 2005

                                        Time        Path       Path
                                        Local/      Length     Width
Location                        Date    Standard    (Miles)    (Yards)

ATLANTIC OCEAN
  Chesapeake Bay New
  Pt Comfort To Cp
  Henry Va
    10 W Cape Henry             20      1930EST

                                Measured at Norfolk International
                                Airport.

  Cp Charles Lt Va To
  Nc-Va Bdr Out 20Nm
    5 S Cape Henry              20      1956EST

                                Measured at Oceana Naval Air Station.

  Chesapeake Bay New
  Pt Comfort To Cp
  Henry Va
    5 N Cape Henry              20      2012EST

                                Measured at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge
                                Tunnel.

  Cp Charles Lt Va To
  Nc-Va Bdr Out 20Nm
    5 N Cape Henry              20      2020EST

                                Measured at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge
                                Tunnel.

  Cp Charles Lt Va To
  Nc-Va Bdr Out 20Nm
    5 S Cape Henry              20      2051EST

                                Measured at Oceana Naval Air Station.

NEBRASKA, South Central
  Valley County
    3 NW Ord                    12      1750CST
  Valley County
    4 NW Ord                    12      1757CST         0.2          15

                                A brief tornado was spotted by a
                                trained spotter in open country
                                northwest of Ord.

  Valley County
    5 N Ord                     12      1806CST         0.4          50

                                Another brief tornado was reported by a
                                storm chaser from an isolated super
                                cell storm in northern Valley county.
                                No damage was noted, as the tornado
                                occurred across open county and for a
                                very short time.

  Adams County
    5 SW Roseland               12      1815CST
  Adams County
    Ayr                         12      1820CST
  Adams County
    6 S Hastings                12      1832CST
  Fillmore County
    Fairmont                    12      2034CST

                                Apart from an isolated super cell in
                                Valley County, another intense
                                thunderstorm produce one to two inch
                                diameter hail in Adams County. Later in
                                the evening, quarter size hail was
                                noted in Fairmont with another severe
                                thunderstorm.

TEXAS, North
  TXZ091>095-100>107-           Montague--Cooke--Grayson--Fannin--Lamar
  115>123-131>134               --Young--Jack--Wise--Denton--Collin--
                                Hunt--Delta--Hopkins--Stephens--Palo
                                Pinto--Parker--Tarrant--Dallas--
                                Rockwall--Kaufman--Van Zandt--Rains--
                                Hood--Somervell--Johnson--Ellis

                                01      0000CST
                                30      2359CST

                                Drought conditions which began in May
                                continued to plague the region in
                                September. A large area of east and
                                north Texas was considered to be in
                                severe drought (D2) as classified by
                                the U.S. Drought Monitor. The Texas
                                Forest Service categorized North Texas
                                at the highest potential risk for grass
                                fires because of maximum drought
                                conditions. Several large grass fires
                                burned dozens of acres across north
                                Texas. The drought caused significant
                                agricultural impacts across the region.
                                Many farmers were only able to get 1-2
                                cuttings of hay this year, as compared
                                to 3-4 cuttings in normal years.
                                Ranchers were forced to either sell
                                their cattle before winter and plan to
                                buy more next spring, or pay higher
                                prices for hay. The drought continued
                                into October.

                               Number of             Estimated
                                Persons                Damage

Location                    Killed    Injured      Property   Crops

ATLANTIC OCEAN
  Chesapeake Bay New
  Pt Comfort To Cp
  Henry Va
    10 W Cape Henry           0          0

                            Measured at Norfolk International
                            Airport.

  Cp Charles Lt Va To
  Nc-Va Bdr Out 20Nm
    5 S Cape Henry            0          0

                            Measured at Oceana Naval Air Station.

  Chesapeake Bay New
  Pt Comfort To Cp
  Henry Va
    5 N Cape Henry            0          0

                            Measured at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge
                            Tunnel.

  Cp Charles Lt Va To
  Nc-Va Bdr Out 20Nm
    5 N Cape Henry            0          0

                            Measured at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge
                            Tunnel.

  Cp Charles Lt Va To
  Nc-Va Bdr Out 20Nm
    5 S Cape Henry            0          0

                            Measured at Oceana Naval Air Station.

NEBRASKA, South Central
  Valley County
    3 NW Ord                  0          0           25K          0
  Valley County
    4 NW Ord                  0          0             0          0

                            A brief tornado was spotted by a
                            trained spotter in open country
                            northwest of Ord.

  Valley County
    5 N Ord                   0          0             0          0

                            Another brief tornado was reported by a
                            storm chaser from an isolated super
                            cell storm in northern Valley county.
                            No damage was noted, as the tornado
                            occurred across open county and for a
                            very short time.

  Adams County
    5 SW Roseland             0          0           25K       100K
  Adams County
    Ayr                       0          0           75K          0
  Adams County
    6 S Hastings              0          0             0          0
  Fillmore County
    Fairmont                  0          0             0          0

                            Apart from an isolated super cell in
                            Valley County, another intense
                            thunderstorm produce one to two inch
                            diameter hail in Adams County. Later in
                            the evening, quarter size hail was
                            noted in Fairmont with another severe
                            thunderstorm.

TEXAS, North
  TXZ091>095-100>107-
  115>123-131>134
                              0          0          60M

                            Drought conditions which began in May
                            continued to plague the region in
                            September. A large area of east and
                            north Texas was considered to be in
                            severe drought (D2) as classified by
                            the U.S. Drought Monitor. The Texas
                            Forest Service categorized North Texas
                            at the highest potential risk for grass
                            fires because of maximum drought
                            conditions. Several large grass fires
                            burned dozens of acres across north
                            Texas. The drought caused significant
                            agricultural impacts across the region.
                            Many farmers were only able to get 1-2
                            cuttings of hay this year, as compared
                            to 3-4 cuttings in normal years.
                            Ranchers were forced to either sell
                            their cattle before winter and plan to
                            buy more next spring, or pay higher
                            prices for hay. The drought continued
                            into October.

Location                    Character of Storm

ATLANTIC OCEAN
  Chesapeake Bay New
  Pt Comfort To Cp
  Henry Va
    10 W Cape Henry         Marine Tstm Wind

                            Measured at Norfolk International
                            Airport.

  Cp Charles Lt Va To
  Nc-Va Bdr Out 20Nm
    5 S Cape Henry          Marine Tstm Wind

                            Measured at Oceana Naval Air Station.

  Chesapeake Bay New
  Pt Comfort To Cp
  Henry Va
    5 N Cape Henry          Marine Tstm Wind

                            Measured at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge
                            Tunnel.

  Cp Charles Lt Va To
  Nc-Va Bdr Out 20Nm
    5 N Cape Henry          Marine Tstm Wind

                            Measured at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge
                            Tunnel.

  Cp Charles Lt Va To
  Nc-Va Bdr Out 20Nm
    5 S Cape Henry          Marine Tstm Wind

                            Measured at Oceana Naval Air Station.

NEBRASKA, South Central
  Valley County
    3 NW Ord                Hail (1.75)
  Valley County
    4 NW Ord                Tornado (F0)

                            A brief tornado was spotted by a
                            trained spotter in open country
                            northwest of Ord.

  Valley County
    5 N Ord                 Tornado (F0)

                            Another brief tornado was reported by a
                            storm chaser from an isolated super
                            cell storm in northern Valley county.
                            No damage was noted, as the tornado
                            occurred across open county and for a
                            very short time.

  Adams County
    5 SW Roseland           Hail (2.00)
  Adams County
    Ayr                     Hail (1.50)
  Adams County
    6 S Hastings            Hail (1.00)
  Fillmore County
    Fairmont                Hail (1.00)

                            Apart from an isolated super cell in
                            Valley County, another intense
                            thunderstorm produce one to two inch
                            diameter hail in Adams County. Later in
                            the evening, quarter size hail was
                            noted in Fairmont with another severe
                            thunderstorm.

TEXAS, North
  TXZ091>095-100>107-
  115>123-131>134
                            Drought

                            Drought conditions which began in May
                            continued to plague the region in
                            September. A large area of east and
                            north Texas was considered to be in
                            severe drought (D2) as classified by
                            the U.S. Drought Monitor. The Texas
                            Forest Service categorized North Texas
                            at the highest potential risk for grass
                            fires because of maximum drought
                            conditions. Several large grass fires
                            burned dozens of acres across north
                            Texas. The drought caused significant
                            agricultural impacts across the region.
                            Many farmers were only able to get 1-2
                            cuttings of hay this year, as compared
                            to 3-4 cuttings in normal years.
                            Ranchers were forced to either sell
                            their cattle before winter and plan to
                            buy more next spring, or pay higher
                            prices for hay. The drought continued
                            into October.
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