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All-Time Warmth for February Stretches to New England



A February remarkable for its long stretches of mildness steamed onward Thursday, with more all-time records for the month continuing to tumble across wide stretches of the U.S. The apex of the record-setting warmth expanded on Thursday from the Midwest (which we covered in our last post) into New York and New England (see below). A staggering number of daily record highs have been set in recent days, especially when juxtaposed against the sparse number of record lows this month. As of Friday morning, NOAA’s U.S. Records site had compiled 4492 daily record highs for February 2017, against a mere 29 daily record lows, for a lopsided highs-to-lows ratio of 155-to-1. With record highs expected to far outpace record lows through the end of the month, February has a very good chance of smashing the highest ratio in modern records: 44-to-1, from November 2016, as reported by longtime records tracker Guy Walton (@climateguyw) in his new Guy on Climate blog. Brian Kahn (Climate Central) puts it this way: “The U.S. is poised to set a record-setting record.”

Another astounding tidbit: the NOAA site shows 248 monthly record highs for February, but no monthly record lows at all. This is the first time that Walton recalls seeing such a skewed ratio of monthly records. It almost goes without saying that this onslaught of February records is entirely consistent with the warming of national and global climate being generated by human-produced greenhouse gases, as noted by Andrew Freedman (Mashable).

Mild air flowing into U.S. from atop record-warm northwest Atlantic waters
The polar jet stream and associated surface front that typically swings through the United States in late winter has been hovering close to the U.S./Canada border, with intrusions of seasonally cold air into the central and eastern United States either absent or short-lived over the last few days. The air mass south of this boundary has been notably mild and humid, flowing northward after spending time atop sea-surface temperatures that are at record-warm levels for late February.

“Western Atlantic basin SSTs are on fire!” tweeted hurricane forecaster Eric Blake (@EricBlake12) on Thursday. “Easily warmest on record--especially the Gulf of Mexico.” This warmth is especially well reflected in a swarm of daily record highs and record-warm lows at Galveston, TX, where records began in 1874. Since September 1, Galveston has set an impressive 33 heat records of various types--more than any other Southeast city during that period in a compilation pulled together late Thursday by Houston meteorologist Matt Lanza (@MattLanza). Eric Berger (Space City Weather) has more on the extremely mild Houston/Galveston winter.


Figure 1. Sea-surface temperatures early on Thursday, February 23, 2017, were running 1-2°C (1.8-3.6°F) above average over large parts of the Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean, and northwest Atlantic. Image credit: www.tropicaltidbits.com, via Eric Blake.


Figure 2. An enhanced risk of severe weather is predicted by NOAA’s Storm Prediction Center for Friday, February 24, 2017 from Detroit, MI, to Cincinnati, OH, including parts of four states. Image credit: WU, via NOAA/SPC.

Severe storms possible in eastern Great Lakes on Friday
With a potent upper-level trough approaching the relentlessly warm, moist air mass over the eastern Great Lakes, an outbreak of severe weather may erupt on Friday. At 6:30 am CST, NOAA’s Storm Prediction Center placed an “enhanced risk” area from southern Michigan across eastern Indiana and western Ohio into north central Kentucky. Severe weather outbreaks in winter typically feature very strong wind shear (winds increasing and/or turning with height), along with just enough instability to get thunderstorms forming. There’s ample instability in this case, given the very mild, moist surface air in place, but the wind shear is fairly linear, with little directional change with height. As a result, the odds are tilted away from rotating supercell storms (the kind most likely to produce violent tornadoes) and instead toward lines or clusters of severe storms, eventually forming a longer squall line. The biggest threat of the day appears to be locally damaging winds, although tornadoes and marginally severe hail (0.75” or larger in diameter) can’t be ruled out. The odds of widespread severe weather will be lower on Saturday as the system moves across the Northeast and New England, but strong winds may still mix to the surface where thunderstorms do occur.

The best odds for a supercell on Friday is close to a surface low that will be traversing southern Michigan--a state where any severe weather in February is rare. Since 1986, the NWS office in Detroit has issued tornado or severe thunderstorm warnings for just two severe weather events, the most recent being in 1999. According to the Tornado History Project, since 1950, only one tornado has ever touched down in February in Michigan: an F2 twister that hit southeast Michigan on February 28, 1974. Ohio has recorded 17 February tornadoes since 1950, and Indiana has had 31.

Texas and the century mark: 100°F heat on Thursday
We expect to see temperatures over 100°F in Texas in July, but not in February! Temperatures soared past the 100 degree mark at several stations in southern Texas on Thursday, flirting with the all-time U.S. temperature record for February. According to wunderground weather historian Christopher C. Burt, the Texas (and national) February heat record is either a questionable 104° at Fort Ringgold (now known as Rio Grande City) on Feb. 20, 1902 or, more likely, 103° at La Joya on Feb. 28, 2009 and also at Laredo on Feb. 20, 1986 and Feb. 27, 2011. The 101°F reading in McAllen, Texas on Thursday was their hottest February temperature ever recorded. A number of COOP and Mesonet stations also exceeded 100°F on Thursday, with the hottest being a 107°F mark at Falcon Lake on the Mexican border. However, we asked south Texas weather expert Richard "Heatwave" Berler (@Heatwave KGNS) about this mark, and he responded:  "I think that the thermometer is miscalibrated or exposed. It consistently runs higher than nearby thermometers during the daytime." Another site at Falcon Lake recorded 103°F (originally reported as 105°) though, and this may be a reasonable measurement, since there were three Mexican stations near Falcon Lake that reported 103°F - 104°F at that time. Update: The NWS/Brownsville office reported in a tweet Friday afternoon that the Falcon Lake COOP station recorded 103°F on Thursday. This ties the most reliable candidates for the national February record noted above.

Here are the 100°F readings in Texas from from February 23 as recorded in the NOAA Weather and Hazards Viewer (thanks go to Hal Needham for alerting us to this tool):

107°F at Falcon Lake RAWS
105°F at Falcon Lake COOP (APRSWXNET/CWOP)
102°F in Atlee
102°F in Dilley
101°F at Zapata
100°F at Faith Ranch Airport
100°F at Cotulla
100°F - 101°F at three stations in McAllen
101°F at Laredo

The hot temperatures in southern Texas have increased wildfire risk this week, and a Red Flag Warning for dangerous fire conditions was posted on Friday for most of the region.


Figure 3. As piles of snow melt in the foreground, Williams College students take advantage of the unseasonably warm weather by dressing in shorts and tank tops as they hang out and study outside Chapin Hall on the school's campus in Williamstown, Massachusetts, on Thursday, February 22, 2017. The campus lies just a few miles south of Bennington, Vermont, where a new state record high for February was set on Thursday. Image credit: Gillian Jones /The Berkshire Eagle via AP.

Monthly records melt in Hudson and Champlain valleys
At least two states have seen all-time statewide highs for February this week. Vermont had its warmest February temperature on record Thursday, February 23, with Bennington soaring to 69°F. According to WU weather historian Christopher Burt, the previous state record for February was 68°F, set in Bennington in February 1957. It’s possible other sites in Vermont also reached or topped 69°F on Thursday. In Wisconsin, Janesville and Boscobel both hit 72°F on Wednesday, February 22. According to Burt, it appears that the previous state record was 69°F at multiple locations. Amazingly, he adds, at least 12 other official reporting sites in Wisconsin tied or broke that previous state record on Wednesday!

All-time records for February set on Thursday, February 22, included:
Albany, NY: 69°F (previous record 68°F on Feb. 22, 1997; records began in 1874)
Glens Falls, NY: 68°F (previous record 65°F on Feb. 21, 1981; records began in 1944)
Burlington, VT: 63°F (previous record 61°F on Feb. 22, 1981; records began in 1883)
Montpelier, VT: 63°F (previous record 61°F on Feb. 19, 1981, and Feb. 22, 1997; records began in 1948)
St. Johnsbury, VT: 62°F (tied) (previous record 62°F on Feb. 21, 1981; records began in 1984)

Some of these brand-new all-time monthly records in northern may be in jeopardy on Friday and/or Saturday, as yet another surge of very mild air pushes into New England ahead of the severe-weather-producing storm now over the Great Lakes. We can also expect a continuing avalanche of daily record highs throughout much of the eastern U.S. (see images below). Update: Boston reached 71°F at around 12:30 pm EST Friday, breaking the city’s all-time February record of 70°F from Feb. 24, 1985. Records in Boston go back to 1872.

Flood threat from snowmelt ramping up across New York and New England
Flood watches are in effect this weekend from the Adirondacks of New York to parts of eastern Maine. Although an inch or more of rain could fall this weekend, the bigger reason for the flood watches is the persistent warmth that’s been kicking snowmelt season into early overdrive. The equivalent of 3” - 4” of rainfall could be produced by snowmelt alone over the Adirondacks and eastern Vermont, according to the National Weather Service in Burlington, with the potential for significant rain atop the snowmelt. “That’s a lot of liquid for our rivers to handle. And the ground is also frozen, so not much will soak in,” noted the office in a morning forecast discussion. In general, flooding is expected to be mild to occasionally moderate, but more significant floods could occur over the weekend if and where ice jams complicate the picture.

Have a great weekend, everyone!

Bob Henson and Jeff Masters


Figure 4. High temperatures across the northeastern U.S. on Thursday, February 23, 2017. Image credit: NWS Eastern Region.


Figure 5. Record daily highs set or tied across the northeastern U.S. on Thursday, February 23, 2017. Image credit: NWS Eastern Region.

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Today's Hail Reports
Time Size Location County State Lat Lon Comments
1910 100 JETERSVILLE AMELIA VA 37.29000 -78.10000 TIME ESTIMATED FROM RADAR. (AKQ)
1915 100 MOUNTAIN TOP LUZERNE PA 41.17000 -75.90000 (BGM)
1916 100 3 W LOGAN SPOTSYLVANIA VA 38.22000 -77.81000 (LWX)
1922 100 1 NE EAST YORK YORK PA 39.98000 -76.67000 QUARTER-SIZED HAIL IN SPRINGETTSBURY TWP. (CTP)
1923 100 1 N WOODSBORO FREDERICK MD 39.55000 -77.31000 QUARTER SIZED HAIL (LWX)
1929 175 2 E ROSEVILLE STAFFORD VA 38.47000 -77.48000 AT COURTHOUSE RD. (LWX)
1932 100 3 NW FALMOUTH STAFFORD VA 38.37000 -77.50000 QUARTER SIZED HAIL (LWX)
1935 100 DURYEA LUZERNE PA 41.35000 -75.78000 (BGM)
1936 100 1 NE EAST YORK YORK PA 39.98000 -76.67000 QUARTER-SIZED HAIL IN SPRINGETTSBURY TWP. (CTP)
1936 100 2 E ROSEVILLE STAFFORD VA 38.46000 -77.46000 QUARTER SIZE HAIL (LWX)
1937 100 2 SE GARRISONVILLE STAFFORD VA 38.47000 -77.41000 QUARTER SIZE HAIL AT INTERSECTION OF VA RT 610 AND I-95 (LWX)
1938 100 MAYTOWN LANCASTER PA 40.08000 -76.58000 QUARTER-SIZED HAIL NEAR MAYTOWN. (CTP)
1939 100 3 N MOSELEY CHESTERFIELD VA 37.46000 -77.76000 HAIL COVERING THE GROUND. TIME ESTIMATED FROM RADAR. (AKQ)
1939 100 3 S HOLLY HILLS CHESTERFIELD VA 37.46000 -77.76000 HAIL COVERING THE GROUND. TIME ESTIMATED FROM RADAR. (AKQ)
1940 100 AQUIA STAFFORD VA 38.48000 -77.39000 (LWX)
1942 100 MOUNT JOY LANCASTER PA 40.11000 -76.51000 QUARTER-SIZED HAIL NEAR MOUNT JOY. (CTP)
1942 100 TRIANGLE PRINCE WILLIAM VA 38.55000 -77.31000 QUARTER SIZED HAIL (LWX)
1943 175 MOOSIC LACKAWANNA PA 41.36000 -75.70000 I-81 SOUTHBOUND MILE MARKER 180 (BGM)
1944 100 MASTERSONVILLE LANCASTER PA 40.20000 -76.49000 QUARTER-SIZED HAIL IN MASTERSONVILLE. (CTP)
1948 100 2 WNW ARKENDALE STAFFORD VA 38.45000 -77.37000 QUARTER SIZED HAIL (LWX)
1950 100 MCSHERRYSTOWN ADAMS PA 39.80000 -77.02000 QUARTER-SIZED HAIL NEAR MCSHERRYSTOWN. (CTP)
1953 100 2 SW MIDLOTHIAN CHESTERFIELD VA 37.49000 -77.67000 TIME ESTIMATED FROM RADAR. (AKQ)
1953 100 2 WSW MIDLOTHIAN CHESTERFIELD VA 37.49000 -77.67000 TIME ESTIMATED FROM RADAR. (AKQ)
1957 100 2 SSW REESE CARROLL MD 39.52000 -76.95000 QUARTER SIZE HAIL (LWX)
2005 100 MYERSTOWN LEBANON PA 40.37000 -76.31000 QUARTER-SIZED HAIL IN MYERSTOWN. (CTP)
2005 100 RICHLAND LEBANON PA 40.36000 -76.26000 QUARTER-SIZED HAIL IN RICHLAND. (CTP)
2008 100 1 NNW DAHLGREN KING GEORGE VA 38.34000 -77.06000 QUARTER SIZE HAIL (LWX)
2012 100 1 E BON AIR CHESTERFIELD VA 37.52000 -77.54000 ROOF DAMAGE. (AKQ)
2012 100 2 E BON AIR CHESTERFIELD VA 37.52000 -77.54000 ROOF DAMAGE. (AKQ)
2013 100 1 SSE WALDORF CHARLES MD 38.63000 -76.90000 DIME TO QUARTER SIZE HAIL AT 2725 OLD WASHINGTON RD (LWX)
2016 100 2 WSW MECHANICSVILLE HANOVER VA 37.61000 -77.39000 (AKQ)
2016 100 5 NW HIGHLAND SPRINGS HANOVER VA 37.61000 -77.39000 (AKQ)
2020 100 BERNVILLE BERKS PA 40.43000 -76.11000 (PHI)
2021 100 1 W MECHANICSVILLE HANOVER VA 37.63000 -77.38000 TIME ESTIMATED FROM RADAR. (AKQ)
2025 100 1 N FULLERTON BALTIMORE MD 39.38000 -76.51000 QUARTER SIZE HAIL AT INTERSECTION OF RT 43 AND WALTER BLVD (LWX)
2025 100 1 SSW FULLERTON BALTIMORE MD 39.36000 -76.52000 QUARTER SIZED HAIL (LWX)
2025 100 2 W AQUASCO CHARLES MD 38.58000 -76.77000 DIME TO QUARTER SIZE HAIL. (LWX)
2026 100 1 NE ROSSVILLE BALTIMORE MD 39.36000 -76.47000 QUARTER SIZED HAIL (LWX)
2027 100 1 NE BEACH CHESTERFIELD VA 37.37000 -77.58000 HAIL COVERING THE GROUND. ESTIMATED 50-60 MPH WIND GUST. TIME ESTIMATED FROM RADAR. (AKQ)
2027 100 1 WSW POCAHONTAS STATE CHESTERFIELD VA 37.37000 -77.58000 HAIL COVERING THE GROUND. ESTIMATED 50-60 MPH WIND GUST. TIME ESTIMATED FROM RADAR. (AKQ)
2028 100 3 ESE WINTERPOCK CHESTERFIELD VA 37.33000 -77.67000 (AKQ)
2028 100 MANHEIM LANCASTER PA 40.16000 -76.40000 QUARTER-SIZED HAIL NEAR MANHEIM. (CTP)
2030 125 1 ENE MOUNT HARMONY CALVERT MD 38.70000 -76.58000 (LWX)
2030 125 1 SW WHITE MARSH BALTIMORE MD 39.38000 -76.47000 HALF DOLLAR SIZE HAIL AT WHITE MARSH MALL (LWX)
2032 100 LITITZ LANCASTER PA 40.15000 -76.31000 QUARTER-SIZED HAIL NEAR LITITZ. (CTP)
2035 100 3 SSE CHESTERFIELD CHESTERFIELD VA 37.33000 -77.49000 REPORT FROM MPING. (AKQ)
2035 100 3 WSW CHESTER CHESTERFIELD VA 37.33000 -77.49000 REPORT FROM MPING. (AKQ)
2035 100 BEAR CREEK LUZERNE PA 41.18000 -75.77000 (BGM)
2035 100 CHESAPEAKE BEACH CALVERT MD 38.69000 -76.53000 PENNY TO QUARTER SIZED HAIL (LWX)
2036 150 2 SSW CHESTERFIELD CHESTERFIELD VA 37.35000 -77.52000 HAIL COVERING THE GROUND. (AKQ)
2036 150 4 W CHESTER CHESTERFIELD VA 37.35000 -77.52000 HAIL COVERING THE GROUND. (AKQ)
2045 100 STOUCHSBURG BERKS PA 40.38000 -76.23000 (PHI)
2046 175 3 SW MEADOWVILLE CHESTERFIELD VA 37.34000 -77.37000 (AKQ)
2046 175 4 ESE CHESTER CHESTERFIELD VA 37.34000 -77.37000 (AKQ)
2048 100 VARINA HENRICO VA 37.44000 -77.35000 PICTURE FROM SOCIAL MEDIA. TIME ESTIMATED FROM RADAR. (AKQ)
2054 100 BERNVILLE BERKS PA 40.43000 -76.11000 (PHI)
2100 100 COLONIAL HEIGHTS CITY OF COLONIAL VA 37.26000 -77.40000 (AKQ)
2106 100 3 NW BOWENS CORNER BRUNSWICK VA 36.67000 -77.99000 (AKQ)
2106 100 3 SE BRODNAX BRUNSWICK VA 36.67000 -77.99000 (AKQ)
2110 100 2 NE HOPEWELL CITY OF HOPEWELL VA 37.31000 -77.27000 (AKQ)
2110 100 2 NNW JORDAN POINT COUN PRINCE GEORGE VA 37.31000 -77.27000 (AKQ)
2110 100 PROVIDENCE FORGE NEW KENT VA 37.44000 -77.05000 (AKQ)
2123 125 2 SE REDGATE ST. MARYS MD 38.24000 -76.58000 HALF DOLLAR SIZE HAIL (LWX)
2124 125 2 W CALLAWAY ST. MARYS MD 38.24000 -76.56000 (LWX)
2245 100 RESCUE ISLE OF WIGHT VA 37.00000 -76.55000 HAIL COVERING THE GROUND. (AKQ)
2249 100 5 W LANGLEY AFB CITY OF NEWPORT N VA 37.08000 -76.45000 HAIL IS COVERING THE GROUND AND ROADS. (AKQ)
2258 150 HAMPTON CITY OF HAMPTON VA 37.05000 -76.29000 (AKQ)
2300 175 HAMPTON CITY OF HAMPTON VA 37.05000 -76.29000 QUARTER TO GOLFBALL SIZE COVERNING THE GROUND AT HAMPTON HOLIDAY PARK. (AKQ)
2300 175 ONANCOCK ACCOMACK VA 37.71000 -75.74000 QUARTER TO GOLFBALL SIZE COVERNING THE GROUND. (AKQ)
2301 100 LANGLEY AFB CITY OF HAMPTON VA 37.09000 -76.37000 (AKQ)
2309 100 NEWPORT NEWS CITY OF NEWPORT N VA 37.08000 -76.51000 AT CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT COLLEGE (AKQ)
Today's Wind Reports
Time Speed Location County State Lat Lon Comments
0001 UNK OTIS BERKSHIRE MA 42.20000 -73.07000 TREE AND WIRES DOWN RT 23 (ALY)
0017 UNK CHESTERFIELD HAMPSHIRE MA 42.40000 -72.85000 LARGE TREE DOWN ON SUGAR HILL RD (BOX)
0017 67 GOSHEN HAMPSHIRE MA 42.43000 -72.80000 MULTIPLE TREES AND WIRES DOWN ON MAIN ST (BOX)
0030 UNK CONWAY FRANKLIN MA 42.52000 -72.68000 *** 1 INJ *** TREE ON A HOUSE ON SOUTH DEERFIELD RD. OTHER TREES DOWN NEAR TOWN HALL. TREE THROUGH WINDSHIELD OF A CAR. (BOX)
0035 UNK ASHFIELD FRANKLIN MA 42.53000 -72.78000 TREE DOWN ON A HOUSE AT 2011 CONWAY RD. (BOX)
0035 UNK BERNARDSTON FRANKLIN MA 42.67000 -72.55000 TREE DOWN ON A BUILDING ON FOX HILL RD (BOX)
0035 UNK MONTAGUE FRANKLIN MA 42.53000 -72.53000 TREE DOWN ON WIRES ON SWAMP RD (BOX)
0036 UNK CONWAY FRANKLIN MA 42.52000 -72.68000 TREE BLOCKING SHELBURNE FALLS RD BY CEMETERY HILL RD. (BOX)
0039 UNK CONWAY FRANKLIN MA 42.52000 -72.68000 MULTIPLE TREES AND WIRES DOWN ON SHELBURNE FALLS RD. (BOX)
0040 UNK DEERFIELD FRANKLIN MA 42.55000 -72.60000 DOWNED TREE BLOCKING RIVER RD IN SOUTHERN PART OF TOWN. (BOX)
0040 UNK SHELBURNE FRANKLIN MA 42.58000 -72.68000 TREE AND WIRES DOWN ON SOUTH SHELBURNE RD (BOX)
0045 UNK SUNDERLAND FRANKLIN MA 42.47000 -72.58000 TREE DOWN ON SOUTH MAIN ST (BOX)
0050 UNK WARWICK FRANKLIN MA 42.68000 -72.33000 TREE AND WIRES DOWN ON ROBBINS RD NEAR RTE 78 (BOX)
0050 UNK WHATELY FRANKLIN MA 42.45000 -72.62000 TREE DOWN IN LEFT LANE OF I-91 NORTHBOUND (BOX)
0052 UNK GILL FRANKLIN MA 42.65000 -72.50000 TREES AND WIRES DOWN ON SOUTH CROSS RD (BOX)
0057 UNK NORTHFIELD FRANKLIN MA 42.71000 -72.44000 MULTIPLE TREES AND WIRES DOWN (BOX)
0057 UNK TURNERS FALLS FRANKLIN MA 42.60000 -72.56000 WIRES DOWN ON TURNERS FALLS RD. (BOX)
1727 UNK 2 WSW THERESA JEFFERSON NY 44.21000 -75.83000 TREES AND WIRES DOWN NEAR INTERSECTION OF RT 37 AND RT 411 (BUF)
1727 UNK THERESA JEFFERSON NY 44.21000 -75.80000 TREES DOWN ON RED LAKE RD. (BUF)
1740 UNK 2 W LYNCHBURG CITY CITY OF LYNCHBURG VA 37.42000 -79.19000 WIND SPLIT PART OF TREE IN LYNCHBURG WHICH CAUSED DAMAGE TO A CHAIN LINK FENCE. (RNK)
1740 UNK 2 W LYNCHBURG CITY CITY OF LYNCHBURG VA 37.42000 -79.19000 WIND SPLIT PART OF TREE IN LYNCHBURG. (RNK)
1748 UNK NORTH GOUVERNEUR ST. LAWRENCE NY 44.42000 -75.47000 TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN FROM THE COUNTY LINE NORTH TO POTSDAM (BTV)
1806 UNK 2 ENE COVESVILLE ALBEMARLE VA 37.90000 -78.67000 TREE DOWN ONTO POWER LINES AT 4734 COWAN RD (LWX)
1816 UNK 3 SE WEST POTSDAM ST. LAWRENCE NY 44.65000 -75.05000 ROOF BLOWN OFF BUILDING (BTV)
1822 UNK 1 N CHARLOTTESVILLE CITY OF CHARLOTTE VA 38.05000 -78.49000 TREE DOWN AT 1500 BLOCK OF DAIRY RD (LWX)
1824 UNK 1 W MONTICELLO ALBEMARLE VA 38.01000 -78.46000 MULTIPLE TREES DOWN AND DIME SIZE HAIL (LWX)
1851 UNK 1 SSW NASONS ORANGE VA 38.24000 -78.03000 LARGE TREE DOWN NEAR ORANGE COUNTY LANDFILL (LWX)
1900 UNK 1 N GOODELL CORNERS HERKIMER NY 43.11000 -74.86000 POWER OUTAGE (ALY)
1921 UNK 1 NNW LEESBURG LOUDOUN VA 39.12000 -77.56000 TREE LIMB ON POWER LINES ON EAST MARKET STREET NEAR CHURCH STREET. (LWX)
1940 UNK 2 SSE DUPONT LUZERNE PA 41.30000 -75.73000 POSSIBLE TORNADO. APPROXIMATELY 30 HOMES DAMAGED... 2 WITH MAJOR DAMAGE. ROOFS OFF SOME HOMES. LOTS OF TREES DOWN. SOME PEOPLE STILL TRAPPED. NO INJURIES OR DEATHS REPO (BGM)
1942 UNK MOOSIC LACKAWANNA PA 41.36000 -75.70000 ROOF BLOWN OFF LAKE SCRANTON WATER PLANT. (BGM)
1945 UNK PITTSTON LUZERNE PA 41.33000 -75.79000 ROOF BLOWN OFF A RESIDENCE (BGM)
1947 58 1 SW QUANTICO PRINCE WILLIAM VA 38.51000 -77.30000 (LWX)
1950 UNK BEAR CREEK LUZERNE PA 41.18000 -75.77000 MULTIPLE TREES DOWN (BGM)
1958 UNK 4 WSW ROXBORO PERSON NC 36.39000 -79.05000 TREES DOWN ON LEASBURG ROAD (RAH)
2000 UNK 4 W ROXBORO PERSON NC 36.41000 -79.04000 TREES AND POWERLINES DOWN ON FLEM-CLAYTON ROAD AND LONGSTORE ROAD (RAH)
2000 UNK LOGANVILLE YORK PA 39.86000 -76.71000 SPOTTER REPORTS 3 TREES DOWN ON PROPERTY. LARGE TREE BLOCKING ROAD A MILE AWAY. (CTP)
2000 UNK LOGANVILLE YORK PA 39.86000 -76.71000 TREES DOWN NEAR LOGANVILLE. (CTP)
2005 UNK 1 SSE ST. CHARLES CHARLES MD 38.59000 -76.91000 LARGE LIMBS AND TREES DOWN (LWX)
2006 UNK 3 SSW BETHEL HILL PERSON NC 36.46000 -78.91000 TREES DOWN ON MILL CREEK ROAD (RAH)
2006 UNK 4 NE ROXBORO PERSON NC 36.44000 -78.93000 TREES DOWN ON HALIFAX ROAD (RAH)
2010 60 2 NE LA PLATA CHARLES MD 38.55000 -76.95000 (LWX)
2014 UNK 2 E ST. CHARLES CHARLES MD 38.61000 -76.89000 MULTIPLE TREES DOWN AT ST. CHARLES PKWY AND GALLERY PLACE (LWX)
2019 64 1 WSW WALDORF CHARLES MD 38.63000 -76.93000 (LWX)
2020 UNK MILLERSVILLE LANCASTER PA 40.00000 -76.35000 60MPH WIND AT LEAST 2 TREES DOWN (CTP)
2025 UNK 1 W FORT PLAIN MONTGOMERY NY 42.93000 -74.64000 DOWNED POWER LINES (ALY)
2036 UNK 1 W FOREST HILL HARFORD MD 39.59000 -76.41000 DAMAGE TO BARN (LWX)
2036 UNK 2 N CLAY LANCASTER PA 40.25000 -76.26000 TREES AND WIRES DOWN ON MOUNTAIN SPRING ROAD IN STEVENS. (CTP)
2037 UNK 2 NNE CLAY LANCASTER PA 40.25000 -76.24000 TREES AND WIRES DOWN ALONG FOREST HILL ROAD IN STEVENS. (CTP)
2041 UNK ALDENVILLE WAYNE PA 41.65000 -75.37000 SEVERAL TREEES DOWN (BGM)
2043 UNK 2 SSW GOLDEN BEACH ST. MARYS MD 38.46000 -76.71000 TREE ON POWER LINES NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF NEW MARKET TURNER ROAD AND FLORA CORNER ROAD. (LWX)
2043 UNK LEONARDTOWN ST. MARYS MD 38.30000 -76.64000 TREE ON POWER LINES NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF NEW MARKET TURNER ROAD AND FLORA CORNER ROAD. (LWX)
2046 UNK 3 NW HOPEWELL CHESTERFIELD VA 37.32000 -77.33000 LARGE DIAMETER TREE KNOCKED DOWN INTO A HOUSE. (AKQ)
2046 UNK 6 NE COLONIAL HEIGHTS CHESTERFIELD VA 37.32000 -77.33000 LARGE DIAMETER TREE KNOCKED DOWN INTO A HOUSE. (AKQ)
2047 UNK 1 S CORK FULTON NY 43.03000 -74.46000 15 TREES UPROOTED. (ALY)
2047 UNK EPPIE CORNERS FULTON NY 43.00000 -74.47000 TREES DOWN ON WIRES. (ALY)
2048 UNK 1 NE SMITHS CORNERS FULTON NY 43.07000 -74.37000 TREE DOWN ON WIRES. (ALY)
2050 UNK WERNERSVILLE BERKS PA 40.33000 -76.08000 5 TREES DOWN. SMALL PART OF OF BARN ROOF BLOWN OFF. PEA SIZED HAIL. (PHI)
2055 60 HAMBURG BERKS PA 40.56000 -75.98000 (PHI)
2056 UNK 2 W PERTH FULTON NY 43.01000 -74.22000 TREES DOWN ON WIRES. (ALY)
2056 61 READING REGIONAL AIRPOR BERKS PA 40.38000 -75.97000 (PHI)
2100 65 1 NE READING BERKS PA 40.35000 -75.90000 (PHI)
2100 UNK RISING SUN CECIL MD 39.70000 -76.06000 TREE DOWN OVER THE ROADWAY (PHI)
2109 UNK BLANDON BERKS PA 40.44000 -75.89000 YARD FENCING BLOWN DOWN. (PHI)
2110 UNK CHARLESTOWN CECIL MD 39.58000 -75.98000 TREE BLOWN DOWN (PHI)
2111 UNK SLATINGTON LEHIGH PA 40.75000 -75.62000 MULTIPLE REPORTS OF ROOF DAMAGE...POWER LINES...POLES...AND TREES DOWN (PHI)
2115 UNK 1 W WALNUTPORT LEHIGH PA 40.75000 -75.61000 MULTIPLE REPORTS OF ROOF DAMAGE...POWER LINES AND TREES DOWN. (PHI)
2125 UNK STILL POND KENT MD 39.33000 -76.05000 TREES DOWN (PHI)
2131 UNK BUSHKILL TWP NORTHAMPTON PA 40.79000 -75.34000 SEVERAL TREES AND WIRES DOWN (PHI)
2135 UNK PLAINFIELD TWP NORTHAMPTON PA 40.81000 -75.26000 SEVERAL TREES AND WIRES DOWN (PHI)
2148 60 CONCORD TWP DELAWARE PA 39.88000 -75.52000 (PHI)
2155 UNK 6 S SALEM SALEM NJ 39.48000 -75.47000 TREES DOWN. (PHI)
2155 UNK FRELINGHUYSEN TWP WARREN NJ 40.97000 -74.88000 TREE DOWN ON ROUTE 94 SOUTH NEAR CR659 AND SPRING VALLEY ROAD. (PHI)
2213 UNK BEEMERVILLE SUSSEX NJ 41.21000 -74.69000 TIME EST. BLACKSMITH BUILDING FLATTENED... TREES DOWN. SPACE FARMS ZOO. (PHI)
2214 58 4 SW WANTAGE SUSSEX NJ 41.20000 -74.61000 (PHI)
2214 UNK WANTAGE SUSSEX NJ 41.24000 -74.55000 TIME EST. TREES AND WIRES DOWN. (PHI)
2220 UNK 1 SSE WATERLOO MILLS ORANGE NY 41.31000 -74.57000 TREES DOWN ALONG PINE HILL ROAD IN MINISINK. (OKX)
2220 60 TURNERSVILLE GLOUCESTER NJ 39.77000 -75.06000 (PHI)
2232 UNK 1 S CIRCLEVILLE ORANGE NY 41.50000 -74.38000 TREES UPROOTED IN WALLKILL. (OKX)
2235 UNK 1 N MECHANICSTOWN ORANGE NY 41.46000 -74.39000 WIRES DOWN ON MIDDLETOWN MEDICAL AT CRESCENT AVENUE AND MALTESE DRIVE. (OKX)
2235 UNK 1 NNE MECHANICSTOWN ORANGE NY 41.46000 -74.38000 WIRES DOWN CLOSING ROUTE 211 JUST WEST OF ROUTE 17. (OKX)
2244 69 MONTGOMERY AIRPORT ORANGE NY 41.51000 -74.26000 (OKX)
2252 UNK 1 S CIRCLEVILLE ORANGE NY 41.50000 -74.38000 TREES UPROOTED IN WALLKILL. (OKX)
2252 UNK MCKOWNVILLE ALBANY NY 42.69000 -73.85000 DOWNED TREE IN FRONT OF CROSSGATES MALL. (ALY)
2253 UNK 1 W SCOTTS CORNER ORANGE NY 41.53000 -74.21000 TOPS OF TREES TORN OFF AND TREES DOWN AT ROUTE 17K AND BAILEY ROAD. (OKX)
2305 UNK 1 W WAPPINGERS FALLS DUTCHESS NY 41.60000 -73.93000 TREES AND WIRES DOWN WITH PARTIAL ROAD BLOCKED ON CHANNINGVILLE RD (ALY)
2310 UNK 1 ESE JEFFERSON HEIGHTS GREENE NY 42.23000 -73.87000 TREE WENT THROUGH A HOUSE. (ALY)
2311 UNK 1 ENE WEYS CORNERS DUTCHESS NY 41.96000 -73.88000 OVER 50 TREES DOWN. (ALY)
2315 UNK 1 ESE KINDERHOOK COLUMBIA NY 42.39000 -73.69000 TREES DOWN BLOCKING ROAD (ALY)
2328 69 HANCOCK BERKSHIRE MA 42.54000 -73.32000 WEATHERNET6 SPOTTER (ALY)
2339 UNK COLTSVILLE BERKSHIRE MA 42.47000 -73.20000 TREE DOWN CHESHIRE RD ALLANDALE CTR (ALY)
2341 UNK EGREMONT PLAIN BERKSHIRE MA 42.18000 -73.41000 TREE AND WIRES DOWN RT 41 (ALY)
2343 UNK LANESBOROUGH BERKSHIRE MA 42.52000 -73.23000 TREE DOWN ON SOUTH STATE RD (ALY)
2343 UNK SHEFFIELD BERKSHIRE MA 42.11000 -73.35000 WIRES DOWN ON RTE 41 (ALY)
2349 UNK 1 N BERKSHIRE BERKSHIRE MA 42.52000 -73.19000 TREES DOWN AT WHITNEYS FARM RT 8 (ALY)
2349 UNK 1 N BERKSHIRE BERKSHIRE MA 42.53000 -73.19000 TREE ON CAR IN GREEN ACRES RT 8 (ALY)
2350 UNK NEW MARLBOROUGH BERKSHIRE MA 42.12000 -73.23000 MULTIPLE TREES AND WIRES DOWN (ALY)
2351 UNK ADAMS BERKSHIRE MA 42.63000 -73.12000 WIRES DOWN PARKING LOT (ALY)
2351 UNK ZYLONITE BERKSHIRE MA 42.66000 -73.11000 ROOF OF BOUNTY FAIR RESTAURANT DAMAGED. (ALY)