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June 2014: Earth's 3rd Consecutive Warmest Month on Record



June 2014 was Earth's warmest June since records began in 1880, said NOAA's National Climatic Data Center (NCDC) this week. NASA rated June 2014 a bit cooler: the 3rd warmest June on record. According to NOAA, the planet has now had three consecutive warmest months on record--April (which was tied for the warmest April), and now May and June of 2014. This is the first time Earth has experienced three consecutive warmest months on record since a four-month stretch during March, April, June, and June 2010. Global ocean temperatures during June 2014 had the greatest departure from average for warmth of any month in recorded history: 0.64°C (1.15°F) above the 20th century average. The previous record of +0.59°C (1.06°F) was set in June 1998 and tied in October 2003, July 2009, and May 2014. Global land temperatures in June 2014 were the 7th warmest on record, and the year-to-date January - June period was the 3rd warmest on record for the globe. Global satellite-measured temperatures in June 2014 for the lowest 8 km of the atmosphere were the 4th warmest in the 36-year record, according to Remote Sensing Systems and the University of Alabama Huntsville (UAH).


Figure 1. Departure of temperature from average for June 2014, the warmest June for the globe since record keeping began in 1880. Large regions of Earth’s oceans experienced record-warm conditions. New Zealand had its warmest June since records began in 1909. No record cold was observed on the planet. Image credit: National Climatic Data Center (NCDC) .

Notable weather events of June 2014
According to wunderground's weather historian, Christopher C. Burt, June 2014 was the wettest June on record for portions of Minnesota, South Dakota, and Iowa. A COOP weather station four miles west-northwest of Canton, SD received 19.65” of rain during the month, setting an official new state monthly precipitation record. Previous record: 18.61” in Deadwood, SD in May 1946. India had the opposite problem: the monsoon brought anemic rains that were just 57% of average for the month.



One billion-dollar weather disaster in June 2014
Only one billion-dollar weather-related disaster hit the Earth during June 2014, a severe thunderstorm outbreak across Germany, France and Belgium, according to the June 2014 Catastrophe Report from insurance broker Aon Benfield. The total number of billion-dollar weather disasters for the first half of 2014 is eleven, which is well behind the record-setting pace of 2013, which had seventeen such disasters by the end of June, and ended up with a record 41 by the end of the year.


Disaster 1. An outbreak of severe thunderstorms across Germany, France and Belgium on June 8 - 10, 2014 killed six people in Germany and did $2.75 billion in damage. Hail up to 7.0 cm (2.75") in diameter and winds beyond 145 kph (90 mph) were recorded. Extensive crop damage was also noted in southwestern France around Bordeaux, Cognac, and Languedoc where swaths of vineyards were destroyed. In this image, a boy walks next to a tree that fell on a building on June 9, 2014 in Cognac, France a few hours after a violent thunderstorm. Image credit: NICOLAS TUCAT/AFP/Getty Images.

An El Niño Watch continues
June 2014 featured neutral El Niño conditions in the equatorial Eastern Pacific, and sea surface temperatures have been hovering near the threshold for El Niño, +0.5°C from average, from late April through mid-July. However, the atmosphere has not been behaving like it should during an El Niño event. The Southern Oscillation Index (SOI)--the difference in surface pressure between Darwin, Australia and the island of Tahiti--tends to drop to negative values during the presence of an El Niño atmosphere, but was positive during June. However, the SOI became negative at the beginning of July, and has remained negative through this week, which may be an indication that the atmosphere is beginning to respond. NOAA is continuing its El Niño Watch, giving a 70% chance that an El Niño event will occur this summer, with an 80% chance by fall.

Arctic sea ice falls to 6th lowest June extent on record
Arctic sea ice extent during June was the 6th lowest in the 36-year satellite record, according to the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC). Average June temperatures over parts of the Arctic Ocean were from 1 to 2 degrees Celsius (2 to 4 degrees  Fahrenheit) below the 1981 to 2010 average, keeping extreme ice melt from occurring. This is in stark contrast to the unusually warm summers of many recent years, particularly 2012 and 2007, when air temperatures over the Arctic Ocean were up to 4 to 6 degrees Celsius (7 to 11 degrees Fahrenheit), respectively, above average.

Most impressive weather video of June 2014

Video 1. An EF-4 tornado hit a farm near Woonsocket, South Dakota, on June 18, 2014. The tornado had a dramatic set of suction vorticies--smaller vortices embedded within the tornado’s circulation, which can add over 100 mph to the ground-relative wind. The suction vortices are particularly striking about 2:00 into the video, and contribute to heavy damage to a farm about 3:00 in. Video taken by Dick McGowan and Shay Phillips of Team Dominator of TVNWeather.com.

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0730   1.25" 4 S BRUSETT GARFIELD MT 47.37 -107.27 MOSTLY QUARTERS WITH HALF DOLLAR SIZED MIXED IN (GGW)
0427   1.25" 4 SE COVINGTON CITY ALLEGHANY VA 37.74 -79.94 VIA SOCIAL MEDIA. TIME BASED ON RADAR. (RNK)
0153   1" 2 SW NEWCOMB SILVER BOW MT 45.9 -112.55 (MSO)
0207   1" 1 WNW BUTTE SILVER BOW MT 46.01 -112.55 (MSO)
0314   1" 15 NNE RECLUSE CAMPBELL WY 44.95 -105.64 (UNR)
0120   1.75" 3 SE CHARLIE CLAY TX 34.07 -98.28 (OUN)
2315   1" 2 S POTLATCH LATAH ID 46.89 -116.9 HAIL COVERED THE GROUND. (OTX)
2325   1" 6 NE PLUMMER KOOTENAI ID 47.39 -116.79 1 INCH HAIL REPORTED (OTX)
2325   1" 8 E WORLEY KOOTENAI ID 47.4 -116.75 1INCH HAIL AND HEAVY RAIN REPORTED AT CONKLING PARK ON LAKE COEUR DALENE (OTX)
0110   1" 7 N DEVOL COTTON OK 34.3 -98.59 (OUN)
0105   1" 8 NW SKALKAHO PASS RAVALLI MT 46.32 -113.9 (MSO)
2350   1" KELLOGG SHOSHONE ID 47.54 -116.14 (OTX)
2305   1.25" 4 ESE NORTHPORT STEVENS WA 48.89 -117.71 (OTX)
2254   1.25" 4 N COLTON WHITMAN WA 46.63 -117.13 HAIL UP TO HALF DOLLAR IN SIZE REPORTED. (OTX)
2237   1" PALOUSE WHITMAN WA 46.91 -117.07 (OTX)
2235   1" PALOUSE WHITMAN WA 46.91 -117.07 QUARTER SIZED HAIL AND HEAVY RAIN (OTX)
2230   1.5" 2 SE KETTLE FALLS STEVENS WA 48.59 -118.02 HAIL LEFT DENTS ON METAL ROOF OF SHOP BUILDING. RESIDENT OF 72 YEARS SAYS ITS THE WORST STORM HE HAS EVER SEEN. ALSO SAID A CAR ON HIGHWAY 395 HAD ALL OF ITS WINDOWS BR (OTX)
2230   1.25" 3 NW PULLMAN WHITMAN WA 46.76 -117.21 HAIL UP TO HALF DOLLAR SIZE REPORTED. WINDS SPEEDS UP TO 55 MPH OBSERVED. HEAVY RAIN UP TO 0.25 REPORTED IN 10 MINUTES (OTX)
2215   1.25" 3 NW PULLMAN WHITMAN WA 46.76 -117.21 1.25 HAIL... 55 MPH WINDS (OTX)
2222   1.5" 1 S PULLMAN WHITMAN WA 46.72 -117.16 PING PONG SIZE HAIL WITH WIND GUSTS OF AT LEAST 40 MPH. (OTX)
2215   1.75" 6 W PULLMAN WHITMAN WA 46.73 -117.29 GOLF BALL SIZE HAIL. FALLEN TREE LIMBS. (OTX)
2215   1.25" PULLMAN WHITMAN WA 46.73 -117.16 1 TO 1.25 INCH HAIL AT THE WALMART ON HARVEST DRIVE IN PULLMAN. NOW HEAVY RAIN. (OTX)
2145   1.5" 1 SE POMEROY GARFIELD WA 46.46 -117.58 EMERGENCY MANAGER REPORTED HAIL UP TO PING PONG SIZE JUST SOUTH OF POMEROY (OTX)
2200   1" CASCADE WASHINGTON MD 39.71 -77.48 QUARTER SIZE HAIL REPORTED IN THE 25300 BLOCK OF MILITARY ROAD. (LWX)
2210   1.75" 9 WSW PULLMAN WHITMAN WA 46.68 -117.34 ALSO BLEW A LARGE WATER TANK ABOUT 200 FEET. (OTX)
2130   1" 1 SW HAYNERSVILLE RENSSELAER NY 42.78 -73.59 REPORTED AT TARBOX FARM. TIME ESTIMATED BY RADAR. (ALY)
2112   1" 3 N ALONZAVILLE SHENANDOAH VA 38.98 -78.54 QUARTER SIZE HAIL REPORTED IN THE 300 BLOCK OF SUGAR HILL ROAD. (LWX)
2100   1" WINTHROP OKANOGAN WA 48.47 -120.18 CARLTON FIRE COMPLEX HAS REPORTED HAIL UP TO 1 INCH IN DIAMETER. (OTX)
2052   1" ESE CLOVERDALE LAUDERDALE AL 34.94 -87.77 NICKEL TO QUARTER SIZED HAIL DAMAGED A CAR WINDSHIELD. REPORT FROM THE PUBLIC RELAYED VIA BROADCAST MEDIA. (HUN)
2050   1" WINTHROP OKANOGAN WA 48.47 -120.18 HAIL UP TO 1 INCH AND HEAVY RAIN IN WINTHROP (OTX)
2015   1" HORSEHEADS CHEMUNG NY 42.17 -76.83 (BGM)
1950   1" 1 E OZARK FRANKLIN AR 35.49 -93.81 (TSA)
1950   1" 4 W MOUNTAIN HOME BAXTER AR 36.34 -92.45 TRAINED SPOTTER REPORTED QUARTER SIZE HAIL 4 MILES WEST OF MOUNTAIN HOME. (LZK)
2008   1" 2 NNE HORSEHEADS CHEMUNG NY 42.19 -76.82 (BGM)
1935   1" 5 NW RUSSELLVILLE POPE AR 35.32 -93.2 (LZK)
1854   1" 1 NW PEGGS CHEROKEE OK 36.09 -95.11 MPING REPORT (TSA)
1525   1" ARAPAHOE FURNAS NE 40.31 -99.9 MOSTLY DIME SIZE HAIL WITH A FEW STONES TO THE SIZE OF QUARTERS. (GID)
1527   1" ARAPAHOE FURNAS NE 40.31 -99.9 HAIL UP TO THE SIZE OF QUARTERS REPORTED IN ARAPAHOE. (GID)
1355   1" 7 WSW WELLFLEET LINCOLN NE 40.71 -100.85 HAIL UP THE SIZE OF QUARTERS...ALONG WITH POURING RAIN. (LBF)
1302   1" SUTHERLAND LINCOLN NE 41.16 -101.13 (LBF)
1325   1" 6 SW HERSHEY LINCOLN NE 41.1 -101.08 QUARTER SIZE HAIL AND 40 TO 45 MPH WIND GUSTS. (LBF)
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2115   UNK 5 S AUGUSTA WOODRUFF AR 35.21 -91.36 TREES WERE TOPPLED ALONG HIGHWAY 33 SOUTH OF AUGUSTA. (LZK)
2115   UNK WICKES POLK AR 34.3 -94.34 HIGHWAY 278 WAS BLOCKED BY DOWNED TREES EAST OF WICKES. (LZK)
2110   UNK CONWAY FAULKNER AR 35.09 -92.45 LARGE TREES WERE DOWNED AT PRINCE AND SALEM IN CONWAY. (LZK)
2108   UNK 3 SW OLA YELL AR 35 -93.26 TREE DOWN ON HIGHWAY 28 BETWEEN PLAINVIEW AND OLA. (LZK)
2110   UNK COVE POLK AR 34.44 -94.41 SEVERAL TREES WERE DOWNED ALONG HIGHWAY 71 NEAR COVE. (LZK)
2108   UNK OCTAVIA LE FLORE OK 34.53 -94.7 LARGE TREE LIMBS DOWN. POWER LINES DOWN. (TSA)
2106   UNK 1 SSW NIVERVILLE COLUMBIA NY 42.44 -73.65 TREE DOWN ON ROUTE 203 (ALY)
2102   UNK 2 SE VALATIE COLUMBIA NY 42.4 -73.66 TREES DOWN ON PINOT RANCH ROAD. TIME ESTIMATED BY RADAR. (ALY)
2105   UNK HATFIELD POLK AR 34.49 -94.38 ROOF DAMAGE TO HOUSES IN HATFIELD. (LZK)
2105   UNK 5 N AUGUSTA WOODRUFF AR 35.36 -91.36 DOWNED TREES WERE ON HIGHWAY 33 NORTH OF AUGUSTA. (LZK)
2105   UNK 1 NE KINDERHOOK COLUMBIA NY 42.4 -73.7 TREE AND WIRES DOWN AT 49 CHATHAM STREET (ALY)
2106   UNK VALATIE COLUMBIA NY 42.41 -73.68 TREE DOWN (ALY)
2101   UNK SPRINGFIELD CONWAY AR 35.27 -92.57 TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN IN SPRINGFIELD. (LZK)
2101   UNK MORRILTON CONWAY AR 35.16 -92.74 TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN IN MORRILTON. (LZK)
2100   UNK PLEASANT PLAINS INDEPENDENCE AR 35.55 -91.63 A TREE FELL ONTO A BRAND NEW SCHOOL BUS. (LZK)
2041   UNK HODGEN LE FLORE OK 34.84 -94.63 POWER LINES BLOWN DOWN. (TSA)
2045   UNK BATESVILLE INDEPENDENCE AR 35.77 -91.64 A TREE FELL ON A HOUSE IN BATESVILLE. PROPERTY DAMAGE WAS SUBSTANTIAL. (LZK)
2055   UNK 4 SSE BON AYR BARREN KY 37 -86.03 TREES DOWN AND ROOF DAMAGE TO A HOME AND AT LEAST MARBLE SIZE HAIL ON BECTON ROAD (LMK)
2100   UNK 1 E MENA POLK AR 34.58 -94.22 TREE DOWN ON ARKANSAS HIGHWAY 8 EAST OF MENA AIRPORT. (LZK)
2100   UNK MENA POLK AR 34.58 -94.24 A TREE FELL ON A HOUSE ON HIGHWAY 8 WEST OF MENA. (LZK)
2038   UNK 5 N FANCY GAP CARROLL VA 36.74 -80.69 TREE DOWN ON WESTOVER ROAD. TIME ESTIMATED FROM RADAR. (RNK)
2040   UNK OLA YELL AR 35.03 -93.22 A TREE FELL ON A HOUSE AND CAUSED MINOR DAMAGE. ANOTHER DOWNED TREE DESTROYED A MOBILE HOME. NO INJURIES WERE REPORTED. (LZK)
2100   UNK CHERRY HILL POLK AR 34.59 -94 POWER LINE WAS DOWNED JUST EAST OF CHERRY HILL. (LZK)
2034   UNK HEAVENER LE FLORE OK 34.89 -94.6 POWER LINES DOWN. (TSA)
2030   UNK TUCKERMAN JACKSON AR 35.73 -91.2 A TREE WAS TOPPLED ONTO A LAW ENFORCEMENT VEHICLE IN TUCKERMAN. NO INJURIES RESULTED. (LZK)
2025   UNK POTEAU LE FLORE OK 35.05 -94.62 SMALL AIRPLANE UPENDED AT POTEAU AIRPORT. (TSA)
2028   UNK 3 N DAUPHIN DAUPHIN PA 40.41 -76.93 TREES DOWN ON ROAD. (CTP)
2030   UNK WEINER POINSETT AR 35.62 -90.9 LARGE LIMB FELL AND DESTROYED A PERSONAL WORKSHOP. (MEG)
2030   67 5 E NEWPORT JACKSON AR 35.63 -91.15 THUNDERSTORM WINDS GUSTED TO 67 MPH AT THE AIRPORT AT NEWPORT. (LZK)
2030   UNK TRUMANN POINSETT AR 35.67 -90.52 A COUPLE TREES DOWN. (MEG)
2020   UNK SWIFTON JACKSON AR 35.82 -91.13 A ROOF WAS REMOVED FROM A LOCAL NIGHT CLUB. (LZK)
2010   UNK 1 N HORSEHEADS CHEMUNG NY 42.18 -76.83 TREES AND WIRES DOWN ON OLD ITHACA RD WYGANT RD AND HOLIDAY DRIVE (BGM)
2012   UNK POCAHONTAS RANDOLPH AR 36.26 -90.97 TREES DOWN ALONG HIGHWAY 115 NEAR MAYNARD. (MEG)
2015   UNK 1 N HORSEHEADS CHEMUNG NY 42.18 -76.83 FEW TREES DOWN ON RIDGE RD. (BGM)
2020   UNK BOONEVILLE LOGAN AR 35.14 -93.92 A METAL BUILDING WAS DAMAGED IN BOONEVILLE. (LZK)
2010   UNK FORT CHAFFEE FRANKLIN AR 35.22 -94.06 DAMAGE TO SEVERAL BUILDINGS. (TSA)
2010   UNK POCAHONTAS RANDOLPH AR 36.26 -90.97 LARGE TREE FELL ON HOUSE DAMAGING ROOF. (MEG)
1957   78 1 E CENTRAL CITY SEBASTIAN AR 35.32 -94.23 TREES SNAPPED AND UPROOTED...ROOF DAMAGE TO HOMES. (TSA)
1957   UNK 1 E CENTRAL CITY SEBASTIAN AR 35.32 -94.23 TREES SNAPPED AND UPROOTED... FENCE AND ROOF DAMAGE TO RESIDENTIAL HOMES... POWER OUT (TSA)
2000   UNK DARDANELLE YELL AR 35.23 -93.17 A LARGE TREE WAS UPROOTED BEHIND A HOME IN DARDANELLE. (LZK)
2010   UNK JONESBORO CRAIGHEAD AR 35.82 -90.69 TREES DOWN ON LAWSON ROAD. POWER LINES AND TREES DOWN ON HIGHWAY 63 AND ON HARRISBURG ROAD AND HIGHLAND ROAD JUST SOUTH OF JONESBORO. (MEG)
2005   UNK HENDERSON CHESTER TN 35.44 -88.65 POWER LINES DOWN IN HENDERSON. (MEG)
2003   UNK FORT SMITH SEBASTIAN AR 35.39 -94.4 POWER LINES DOWN NEAR FORT SMITH REGIONAL AIRPORT. (TSA)
2002   UNK 1 NNE BERLIN WASHINGTON VT 44.22 -72.57 TREE DOWN (BTV)
2001   UNK 2 SSW BERLIN WASHINGTON VT 44.19 -72.59 TREE DOWN (BTV)
1956   58 2 ENE JONESBORO CRAIGHEAD AR 35.83 -90.65 (MEG)
1950   UNK 1 W OZARK FRANKLIN AR 35.49 -93.85 2 HOMES DAMAGED WEST OF OZARK. (TSA)
1953   UNK 2 S OZARK FRANKLIN AR 35.46 -93.83 24 INCH DIAMTER TREE DOWN OVER THE ROAD AT HIGHWAY 23 SOUTH AND HIGHWAY 96. (TSA)
1954   UNK 3 ENE BUFORD BAXTER AR 36.26 -92.39 TREES DOWN SOUTH OF MOUNTAIN HOME. (LZK)
1955   UNK RUSSELLVILLE POPE AR 35.27 -93.14 LARGE TREE LIMBS WERE DOWNED AT RUSSELLVILLE. (LZK)
1955   UNK RANGELEY FRANKLIN ME 44.97 -70.64 TREES AND WIRES DOWN ON JUDKIN ROAD IN RANGELY. (GYX)
1929   UNK 4 SW JOHNSON WASHINGTON AR 36.09 -94.22 TREE LIMBS BROKEN (TSA)
1930   UNK MUSKOGEE MUSKOGEE OK 35.75 -95.37 LARGE LIMBS DOWN ON SOUTHEAST SIDE OF MUSKOGEE. (TSA)
1930   62 PARAGOULD GREENE AR 36.06 -90.51 (MEG)
1930   UNK PARAGOULD GREENE AR 36.06 -90.51 HUDDLE HOUSE RESTARAUNT LOST LARGE SIGN IN GUSTY WINDS. (MEG)
1930   UNK 1 E BEAVER LAKE CARROLL AR 36.37 -93.87 TREES DOWN IN BEAVER LAKE AREA IN CARROLL COUNTY. (TSA)
1930   UNK ADAIR MAYES OK 36.44 -95.27 MULTIPLE TREES SNAPPED OR UPROOTED. ROAD BLOCKED AT BELL ROAD 1 MILE SOUTH OF BETHEL ROAD. (TSA)
1931   UNK 3 W ROBINSON PT LNDG BAXTER AR 36.35 -92.29 BUZZARD ROOST MARINA SUSTAINED SOME DOCK DAMAGE. RURAL PARTS OF BAXTER COUNTY HAD TREES DOWN AS WELL. (LZK)
1934   UNK 5 W SHORT SEQUOYAH OK 35.57 -94.58 TREE DOWN AND BROKEN BRANCHES (TSA)
1939   UNK 2 N VAN BUREN CRAWFORD AR 35.47 -94.35 LARGE BRANCHES AND TREES DOWN. MONOR DAMAGE TO HOMES. ESTIMATED 70 MPH. (TSA)
1945   UNK FORT SMITH SEBASTIAN AR 35.39 -94.4 TREES AND POWER LINES BLOWN DOWN ON NORTH B STREET (TSA)
1945   UNK VAN BUREN CRAWFORD AR 35.44 -94.35 WINDOWS BLOWN OUT IN DOWNTOWN VAN BUREN. (TSA)
1946   65 ROLAND SEQUOYAH OK 35.42 -94.51 (TSA)
1947   UNK SALLISAW SEQUOYAH OK 35.46 -94.79 SEVERAL TREES DOWN. (TSA)
1949   66 FORT SMITH SEBASTIAN AR 35.39 -94.4 THUNDERSTORM WIND GUSTS TO 66 MPH AT THE FORT SMITH REGIONAL AIPORT. (TSA)
1950   UNK POTTSVILLE POPE AR 35.24 -93.06 CONSTRUCTION BARRELS WERE BLOWN AROUND ON INTERSTATE 40 NEAR POTTSVILLE. (LZK)
1920   UNK 5 SW ERROL COOS NH 44.73 -71.21 TREES IN THE ROAD ON ROUTE 16 (GYX)
1921   UNK PEA RIDGE BENTON AR 36.45 -94.11 MULTIPLE HOMES IN PEA RIDGE HAVE SUSTAINED SHINGLE DAMAGE. (TSA)
1925   UNK LAMAR JOHNSON AR 35.44 -93.39 THUNDERSTORM GUSTS DOWNED A TREE ONTO A CAR AT LAMAR. (LZK)
1925   60 2 N MOUNTAIN HOME BAXTER AR 36.36 -92.38 THUNDERSTORM GUSTS WERE ESTIMATED AROUND 60 MPH A COUPLE OF MILES NORTH OF MOUNTAIN HOME. (LZK)
1925   UNK 2 S WOODBURY WASHINGTON VT 44.4 -72.42 LARGE BRANCHES DOWN AND 0.5IN DIAMETER HAIL (BTV)
1925   UNK 1 S WOODBURY WASHINGTON VT 44.42 -72.42 TREE AND POWER LINES DOWN NEAR SIMMONS POND (BTV)
1925   UNK LINCOLN PLANTATION OXFORD ME 44.94 -70.98 WILSONS MILLS ROAD IN LINCOLN PLANTATION. POLE SNAPPED AND TRANSFORMER ON FIRE. (GYX)
1928   UNK FAYETTEVILLE WASHINGTON AR 36.06 -94.16 LARGE TREE LIMBS DOWN. ESTIMATED WIND GUST AT 60 MPH. (TSA)
1915   UNK RECTOR CLAY AR 36.26 -90.29 TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN AROUND CLAY COUNTY. SEVERAL COUNTY ROADS ARE BLOCKED BY THE TREES AND POWER LINES. (MEG)
1920   UNK PARAGOULD GREENE AR 36.06 -90.51 HIGH WINDS BLEW TACO BELL SIGN ONTO HIGHWAY 412 NEAR PARAGOULD ALSO ROOF DAMAGE..TILES AND SHINGLES BLOWN OFF NEARBY HOMES NORTH OF JUNCTION OF HIGHWAY 49 ON HIGHWAY 41 (MEG)
1913   UNK CENTERTON BENTON AR 36.36 -94.29 NUMEROUS SMALLER TREES DOWN IN CENTERTON. (TSA)
1915   UNK FAYETTEVILLE WASHINGTON AR 36.06 -94.16 LARGE TREE LIMBS DOWN IN EAST FAYETTEVILLE. ESTIMATED 60 MPH GUST. (TSA)
1910   UNK STILWELL ADAIR OK 35.81 -94.63 SEVERAL TREES BLOWN DOWN AND LIMBS BLOWN DOWN ON COUNTY ROADS AROUND STILLWELL. (TSA)
1910   UNK 5 E STRATFORD COOS NH 44.65 -71.45 2 MILE STRETCH OF TREES DOWN ALONG NASH STREAM ROAD IN STARK AND STRATFORD (GYX)
1910   UNK FORT GIBSON MUSKOGEE OK 35.8 -95.25 LARGE TREE DOWN. (TSA)
1903   61 GREENLAND WASHINGTON AR 35.99 -94.18 THUNDERSTORM WIND GUST TO 61 MPH AT FAYETTEVILLE DRAKE FIELD. (TSA)
1910   UNK POTEAU LE FLORE OK 35.05 -94.62 ROOF DAMAGE AT LAUNDROMAT. (TSA)
1902   UNK 4 ENE WAGONER WAGONER OK 35.98 -95.3 POWER LINES BLOWN DOWN AROUND WHITE HORN COVE (TSA)
1855   UNK NORTH STRATFORD COOS NH 44.76 -71.59 TREE DOWN IN THE ROAD ON ROUTE 3 JUST NORTH OF TOWN. (GYX)
1856   UNK TAHLEQUAH CHEROKEE OK 35.92 -94.97 TREES DOWN ON THE NORTHEAST SIDE OF TOWN (TSA)
1900   UNK LOWELL BENTON AR 36.26 -94.13 SEVERAL TREES SNAPPED OR UPROOTED (TSA)
1855   UNK 3 NE HIGHFILL BENTON AR 36.29 -94.32 DAMAGE REPORTED TO A BUILDING AT THE NORTHWEST ARKANSAS REGIONAL AIRPORT. (TSA)
1842   UNK STOWE LAMOILLE VT 44.47 -72.69 POWER OUT AND TREES DOWN. (BTV)
1844   UNK GENTRY BENTON AR 36.27 -94.48 TREES DOWN IN TOWN (TSA)
1845   UNK 1 SW BENTONVILLE BENTON AR 36.36 -94.22 A TREE BRANCH 9 INCHES IN DIAMETER SNAPPED BY WIND GUST (TSA)
1853   59 2 E HIGHFILL BENTON AR 36.26 -94.32 THUNDERSTORM WIND GUST TO 59 MPH AT THE NORTHWEST ARKANSAS REGIONAL AIRPORT. (TSA)
1855   61 SILOAM SPRINGS BENTON AR 36.19 -94.54 THUNDERSTORM WIND GUSTS TO 61 MPH MEASURED AT THE SILOAM SPRINGS AIRPORT. (TSA)
1855   UNK RECTOR CLAY AR 36.26 -90.29 ROOF TURBINE BLOWN OFF IN RECTOR. (MEG)
1830   UNK SOUTH WEST CITY MCDONALD MO 36.51 -94.61 SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WIND GUSTS DOWNED A LARGE TREE ON A FARM NEAR SOUTH WEST CITY. (SGF)
1830   UNK NOEL MCDONALD MO 36.55 -94.48 SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WIND GUSTS DOWNED TREE LIMBS IN NOEL. (SGF)
1835   UNK GRAVETTE BENTON AR 36.42 -94.45 TREES DOWN IN TOWN (TSA)
1840   UNK 4 E KANSAS DELAWARE OK 36.21 -94.73 TREE DAMAGE 1 MILE NORTH OF TWISTERS GAS STATION ON U.S. HIGHWAY 412. (TSA)
0336   UNK PALESTINE ANDERSON TX 31.75 -95.63 IN PALESTINE - 10 LARGE TREES DOWN... 4 ULTILITY POLES DOWN AND NUMEROUS POWER LINES DOWN. (FWD)
1825   UNK WAPPAPELLO WAYNE MO 36.94 -90.27 TIME ESTIMATED. TREE DAMAGE REPORTED BY PARK EMPLOYEE. (PAH)
0412   63 1 N LOMA CHOUTEAU MT 47.95 -110.5 LOMA DOT MEASURES 63 MPH WIND GUST. (TFX)
0142   UNK NEWTOWN FAIRFIELD CT 41.41 -73.32 A FEW TREES DOWN AT INTERSECTION OF GLEN ROAD AND CHERRY STREET (OKX)
1815   UNK POPLAR BLUFF BUTLER MO 36.76 -90.41 TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN IN POPLAR BLUFF. TWO TREES LANDED ON CARS. A FEW ROOFS DAMAGED. TREES ALSO DOWN 7 MILES NORTHWEST OF POPLAR BLUFF. (PAH)
1820   UNK ANDERSON MCDONALD MO 36.65 -94.44 LARGE TREE LIMB DOWN IN TOWN. (SGF)
0220   UNK RAINELLE GREENBRIER WV 37.97 -80.78 BROADCAST MEDIA RELAYED A REPORT FROM THE PUBLIC OF MULTIPLE TREES BLOWN DOWN IN THE COMMUNITY OF RAINELLE. (RNK)
1813   UNK 5 E GROVE DELAWARE OK 36.59 -94.68 LARGE TREES DOWN... WIND ESTIMATED TO 70 MPH. (TSA)
0136   UNK 2 E BERTHAVILLE KING GEORGE VA 38.34 -77.09 TREE DOWN ON DAHLGREN RD NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF THOMPSON HILL RD (LWX)
1810   UNK DEXTER STODDARD MO 36.79 -89.96 TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN IN DEXTER... PUXICO... AND ADVANCE (PAH)
0112   UNK 4 E CANTON VAN ZANDT TX 32.55 -95.8 POWER OUTAGES REPORTED JUST EAST OF CANTON. (FWD)
1805   UNK 3 SE VAN VLECK MATAGORDA TX 29 -95.85 TWO TREES DOWN ON COUNTY ROAD 142 JUST SOUTH VAN VLECK. (HGX)
1755   UNK JOPLIN JASPER MO 37.08 -94.51 TREE LIMBS REPORTED DOWN IN JOPLIN. (SGF)
0105   UNK 3 NNE BONNERS FERRY BOUNDARY ID 48.73 -116.28 6 TO 7 INCH TREES DOWN. ONE 8 TO 10 INCH DIAMETER TREE BLOWN OVER. (OTX)
1800   UNK CHELSEA ROGERS OK 36.54 -95.43 TREES DOWN AROUND TOWN AND NMRS LIMBS DOWN. POWER LINES DOWN. (TSA)
0112   UNK ENCHANTED OAKS HENDERSON TX 32.27 -96.11 STRONG WINDS HAVE RESULTED IN NUMEROUS POWER OUTAGES IN RURAL HENDERSON COUNTY. (FWD)
0110   UNK 4 SE CENTER SHELBY TX 31.75 -94.13 TREES DOWN ON 417 EAST OF FALSOM... CHAPEL ROAD... CR 1140 AND 84EAST (SHV)
1755   60 BERNIE STODDARD MO 36.67 -89.97 LATE REPORT OF DAMAGE TO TREE LIMBS AND ROOFS IN BERNIE AREA. MEDIUM TO LARGE LIMBS DOWN ON SOUTH SIDE OF BERNIE. TREE LIMBS DOWN AND A FEW ROOFS WITH SHINGLES BLOWN OF (PAH)
1744   UNK VINITA CRAIG OK 36.64 -95.15 TREES DOWN. (TSA)
0105   UNK JACKSONVILLE CHEROKEE TX 31.97 -95.26 TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN COUNTY WIDE (SHV)
0100   59 SHIP JOHN SHOAL NOS ANZ430 NJ 39.3 -75.38 (PHI)
1736   UNK COLUMBUS CHEROKEE KS 37.17 -94.84 LARGE TREE LIMB REPORTED DOWN ON POWER LINE IN TOWN. (SGF)
0100   UNK BONNERS FERRY BOUNDARY ID 48.69 -116.32 LARGE TREE BLOWN DOWN (OTX)
1744   UNK 5 NE BIG CABIN CRAIG OK 36.59 -95.16 LARGE TREES DOWN ON 4440 ROAD (TSA)
1718   60 COFFEYVILLE MONTGOMERY KS 37.04 -95.63 (ICT)
1704   60 COFFEYVILLE MONTGOMERY KS 37.04 -95.63 (ICT)
0052   UNK 1 SE BONNERS FERRY BOUNDARY ID 48.68 -116.3 4 INCH DIAMETER TREE DOWN (OTX)
1735   UNK 8 S COLUMBUS CHEROKEE KS 37.05 -94.84 *** 1 INJ *** SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WIND GUST BLEW OVER A CARGO TRUCK. ONE MINOR INJURY. (SGF)
1730   UNK NOEL MCDONALD MO 36.55 -94.48 SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WIND GUSTS DOWNED TREE LIMBS IN NOEL. (SGF)
0100   UNK JUNCTION CITY UNION AR 33.02 -92.72 TREES DOWN OVER NORTHERN PART OF PARISH (SHV)
0056   UNK COLUMBIA CALDWELL LA 32.1 -92.08 TREES DOWN (SHV)
1635   60 4 N CHERRYVALE MONTGOMERY KS 37.33 -95.55 NEAR INTERSECTION OF HIGHWAY 400 AND 169. (ICT)
0050   UNK HALL SUMMIT RED RIVER LA 32.18 -93.3 TREES DOWN (SHV)

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