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Thursday, May 15, 2008

More Convuluted Logic



Municipalities won't allow you to send your "yard waste" (grass clippings- dead plants- tree limbs)- BIO-DEGRADABLE material- to a landfill- but will accept endless bags of NON BIO-DEGRADABLE materials (residential- industry trash).


Is it just me or is this picture royally screwed-up?

I've long joked America could use a Department of Logic- but would never find any so-qualified government employees to staff it.
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Local Newscasts Becoming American Idol Reprise



Okay- I don't WATCH American Idol. I had no idea who David Cook was until it was smeared all over every local newscast.


Local citizen makes good ran longer than ANYTHING in the MetroRegion going or gone bad

Newscasts have become showcases for whatever network programming that station runs- or virtually ANY other fluff they can muster (see non-celebrity news).

The ONLY in-depth reporting is in the stations' "investigative" pieces which do NOT address America's deeper and larger concerns of loss of freedoms- politician corruption or corporations run amock.

I'm sure- no- I'M POSITIVE the future surviving Chinese historians will include America's news media as one reason America collapsed.
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John McCain Would Have Iraq Hemorraging Last Through 2013



This guy wants to continue Bush's failed policy in Iraq (which- by the way is bankrupting America to the tune of $10-12 billion a month).


Worse- McCain thinks Iraq is WINNABLE.

Drug test for politicians anyone? Must've been a DAMN POWERFUL hallucinogen McCain popped.

To Bush dissing Obama: Sitting down and TALKING with those who oppose America rather than sticking a gun in their mouth FIRST?

Maybe YOU should have tried that instead of throwing American lives and resources down a sandy rat hole....
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Wednesday, May 14, 2008

City Tries To Make Up Lost Revenue By Ticketing Neighborhoods



It was an orgy of violations in our little 'hood yesterday. Some bozo came through yesterday ticketing people for everything they could.


A wonderful thing with many folk around here on the brink of bankruptcy.

First off it was parking. We now exceed downtown in parking costs- thanks to STUPID-ASSED tickets!

My brother and a neighbor parks their car slightly off our busy residential street- to be specific- they put the car's wheels on the grassy area between the street & sidewalk to better facilitate traffic movement and avoid getting their cars dinged.

Call the cops after someone runs into your car- "make a walk-in report."

Ticket another neighbor for having his car in the grassy area next to his driveway. Unreal.

We have MOUNDS of trash in front of weed-overgrown houses throughout the 'hood.

There weren't ANY tickets around those places.

Little police protection- it takes them more than 15 minutes often to respond to what one would think are priority calls- like disturbances or speeders THROUGH the 'hood.

So they ticket bullshit.

After this little bit of civic coffer building at the expense of already overextended citizens- we're seriously looking into selling and moving OUT of KC-MO now.

This was the last straw- we've had it with KC-MO..

Until we do- we're going to oppose EVERY tax increase these elected bozos put in front of us. Not JUST oppose them- but start putting large signs of opposition on our property.

Shame- shame- SHAME on the city for adding stupid extra expense to people already overextended!!!

And when my brother has to go pay his ticket- I'll drop him off downtown and pick him up. Screw your outrageous parking fees you bozos!!!
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Tuesday, May 13, 2008

CENTRAL STATES WEATHER: NWS-SPC: Slight To Moderate Risk Of Severe Storms Later Today



The Kansas City Metro- along with most of the MetroRegion except western and northwestern areas- is included in a "slight risk" of severe thunderstorms later today and this Tuesday night.



More troublesome is an upgrade to a "moderate risk" of severe storms- and possibly more tornadoes- over last weekend's ravaged areas of southeastern Kansas- northeastern Oklahoma eastward into Missouri & Arkansas.



Please check your local radio- TV- NWS radio and/or here for updates on this increasing deteorating weather situation.

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Monday, May 12, 2008

CENTRAL STATES WEATHER: NWS-SPC "Slight Risk" Of Severe Storms Tuesday



This outlooked area of severe covers about the southeastern 2/3 of the Kansas City MetroRegion- including Metro K.C..


Refer to the image to see if your area is under the gun for late Tueday- early Wednesday.

Updates here as needed....
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A Reader "Thank You"



This blog was read by nearly 1500 people Sunday- nearly 2500 since Saturday- a new record.


Thank you and I pledge to continue to bring my fellow citizens in the Central States informative weather news and information.

My heart is with each and every person who suffered losses in the weekend tornadoes and PLEASE- when severe weather threatens- keep tabs on it!
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Sound Warning Sirens When Hurricane-Force Winds Or Greater Are Expected



I've been debating this point with a fellow weather-head for years:


When a severe storm (like we had May 2) with hurricane-force or greater winds looks certain to strike an area- why not issue a Tornado warning?

We're DAMN lucky no one was killed or even seriously injured in May 2's EF2 and EF3 tornadoes in Kansas City's Northland.

I say government officials (who I DO NOT put my trust in for ANY safety) should err on the side of logic and caution.

WHENEVER a severe storm appears to or IS actually producing 70 m.p.h. or greater winds (like the May 2 storm)- sound the damn sirens and crank out a Tornado warning.

Is somebody going to dock your pay for erring on the side of caution?

Seventy m.p.h. winds can (and did) cause life-threatening conditions/damage.

Will these EMs wait until someone is killed to change this policy?
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EVERY Missouri Politician Who Voted To Keep Aquila's Illegally-Built Power Plant In Cass County SHOULD Be Impeached



And as my hero said- "That's All I Have To Say About That."
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Sunday, May 11, 2008

New Photos Of Picher-OK Tornado



These photos (click on them to enlarge) were found on flickr- taken by a Ms. Donna Young- as the tornado entered Picher just before 5:40pm Saturday afternoon.










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The Kansas City MetroRegion Overnight News and Weather Report - Saturday, May 11, 2008

** Three Teens Shot In KC-KS **

*** The call came in just before midnight to a club in the 1600 block of Central Avenue- multiple victims of a shooting.

Police reported 3 Hispanic teenaged males shot- one critically and 2 with more minor gunshot wounds. Two victims were taken to a Missouri-side trauma center

Police are seeking four Hispanic male "persons of interest (suspects)"- who left the scene in a grey-colored Jeep Grand Cherokee with 22-inch chrome rims..

KC-KS police also believe the shooting was gang-related.
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** High Winds Bring Power Lines- Trees Down **

*** Winds gusting as high as 53-mph early Saturday morning caused numerous power outtages and downed trees and limbs which struck some structures and blocked some roads.
No injuries were reported.

Several thousand KCP&L customers lost power throughout the Metro overnight- according to a spokesperson. Most larger blackouts had been restored as of this report.

Trees came down across the Metro- one in the 3400 block of Bellfountaine struck a garage and threatened a house and another fell on a vacant trailer in a mobile home park in east KC-MO.

Another blocked Oldham Road east of Hillcrest in Swope Park before a fire department pumper crew removed enough for one lane to open.

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<><><> OVERNIGHT WEATHER <><><>

Winds gusting as high as 60 miles per hour blew through the Kansas City MetroRegion overnight and temepratures plummeted into the upper-30's and 40's.

The winds and colder temperatures were a result of the passing of the strong low pressure system that brought tornadoes from Southeastern Kansas- Northeast Oklahoma & Southwestern Missouri through Arkansas and into Georgia Saturday afternoon though early Sunday morning.

The storm's death toll so far is 20- according to the latest Associated Press story.


A variably-cloudy- cool- windy day across the MetroRegion today- temperatures in the mid-50's to mid-60's with northwest winds- although diminishing- still in the 15-30-mph range. There could even be an isolated light rainshower over the eastern portions of the MetroRegion.


It'll turn warmer Monday and- with increasing winds- Tuesday.
The next possible round of stormy weather is now outlooked to occur late Tuesday or Wednesday.

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Kansas City's Breaking News Leader - NBC41 ACTION NEWS.







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SW Missouri Tornadoes Information Link



This story from The JOPLIN (MO) GLOBE- on the now-apparent long-track tornado Saturday afternoon that has killed at least 19 people from Picher- Oklahoma to Purdy- Missouri.


HERE is the latest Associated Press story.
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KS-OK-MO STORM REPORTS - 10 MAY 2008

Compiled From NWS reports on the afternoon & evening of May 10- 2008:


NWUS53 KICT 102325 LSRICT
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT...SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS 624 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0325 PM HAIL 2 NNW GEUDA SPRINGS 37.14N 97.16W
05/10/2008 E1.00 INCH SUMNER KS TRAINED SPOTTER
HAIL WAS MOSTLY DIME SIZED BUT A FEW UP TO QUARTERS WERE OBSERVED.

0330 PM HAIL 1 E GEUDA SPRINGS 37.11N 97.13W
05/10/2008 E1.00 INCH COWLEY KS EMERGENCY MNGR

0335 PM HAIL ARKANSAS CITY 37.07N 97.04W
05/10/2008 E1.00 INCH COWLEY KS EMERGENCY MNGR
REPORTED ON THE NORTH SIDE OF THE CITY.

0336 PM HAIL N ARKANSAS CITY 37.07N 97.04W
05/10/2008 E1.75 INCH COWLEY KS EMERGENCY MNGR
GOLFBALL SIZED HAIL NORTH OF ARKANSAS CITY

0340 PM HAIL W GRENOLA 37.35N 96.45W
05/10/2008 E1.75 INCH ELK KS TRAINED SPOTTER
GOLFBALL SIZED HAIL

0347 PM HAIL 1 NE MOLINE 37.37N 96.29W
05/10/2008 E1.00 INCH ELK KS STORM CHASER

0349 PM HAIL 10 E ARKANSAS CITY 37.07N 96.86W
05/10/2008 M1.75 INCH COWLEY KS TRAINED SPOTTER
GOLFBALL SIZED HAIL

0350 PM HAIL 10 SW DEXTER 37.08N 96.84W
05/10/2008 E1.75 INCH COWLEY KS TRAINED SPOTTER
GOLFBALL SIZED HAIL AT 256TH AND GROUSE CREEK ROAD 10 MILES SW OF DEXTER

0353 PM HAIL 16 E ARKANSAS CITY 37.07N 96.75W
05/10/2008 E1.00 INCH COWLEY KS TRAINED SPOTTER
QUARTER SIZED HAIL

0356 PM HAIL 3 E MOLINE 37.36N 96.25W
05/10/2008 E1.75 INCH ELK KS STORM CHASER

0356 PM HAIL ELK FALLS 37.37N 96.19W
05/10/2008 M1.75 INCH ELK KS TRAINED SPOTTER
GOLFBALL SIZED HAIL

0356 PM HAIL 3 S DEXTER 37.14N 96.72W
05/10/2008 E1.00 INCH COWLEY KS TRAINED SPOTTER
QUARTER SIZED HAIL

0359 PM HAIL ELK FALLS 37.37N 96.19W
05/10/2008 E2.50 INCH ELK KS TRAINED SPOTTER
HAIL UP TO THE SIZE OF TENNIS BALLS

0359 PM HAIL 3 S DEXTER 37.14N 96.72W
05/10/2008 E2.50 INCH COWLEY KS EMERGENCY MNGR

0406 PM HAIL 5 E DEXTER 37.18N 96.62W
05/10/2008 M1.00 INCH COWLEY KS EMERGENCY MNGR
QUARTER SIZED HAIL COVERING THE GROUND

0416 PM HAIL 4 NE ELK CITY 37.33N 95.86W
05/10/2008 E1.75 INCH MONTGOMERY KS TRAINED SPOTTER

0416 PM HAIL 5 NW INDEPENDENCE 37.28N 95.78W
05/10/2008 E1.75 INCH MONTGOMERY KS TRAINED SPOTTER
REPORTED NEAR ELK CITY LAKE.

0419 PM HAIL 10 NW ELGIN 37.10N 96.41W
05/10/2008 E1.00 INCH CHAUTAUQUA KS TRAINED SPOTTER

0420 PM TSTM WND DMG 3 E SYCAMORE 37.33N 95.67W
05/10/2008 MONTGOMERY KS EMERGENCY MNGR

1.5 INCH HAIL OCCURED WITH STORM AND 11 INCH DIAMETER
TREE LIMBS DOWN.

0420 PM HAIL SYCAMORE 37.33N 95.72W
05/10/2008 M2.50 INCH MONTGOMERY KS TRAINED SPOTTER
TENNIS BALL SIZED HAIL IN SYCAMORE

0421 PM HAIL SYCAMORE 37.33N 95.72W
05/10/2008 M2.50 INCH MONTGOMERY KS LAW ENFORCEMENT
2.5 INCH HAIL NORTH OF INDEPENDENCE NEAR SYCAMORE

0423 PM HAIL 1 W SEDAN 37.13N 96.20W
05/10/2008 E2.50 INCH CHAUTAUQUA KS LAW ENFORCEMENT

0425 PM HAIL SEDAN 37.13N 96.18W
05/10/2008 E1.75 INCH CHAUTAUQUA KS TRAINED SPOTTER

0430 PM HAIL 3 E SEDAN 37.13N 96.13W
05/10/2008 E1.25 INCH CHAUTAUQUA KS LAW ENFORCEMENT

0430 PM HAIL SEDAN 37.13N 96.18W
05/10/2008 E1.75 INCH CHAUTAUQUA KS BROADCAST MEDIA

QUARTER AND GOLFBALL SIZED HAIL REPORTED BY KAKE TV STORM CHASER

0430 PM HAIL 4 W NEODESHA 37.42N 95.75W
05/10/2008 E1.75 INCH WILSON KS TRAINED SPOTTER
ALSO ESTIMATED 50 MPH WINDS.

0434 PM HAIL NEODESHA 37.42N 95.68W
05/10/2008 E1.00 INCH WILSON KS TRAINED SPOTTER

0434 PM HAIL 2 N CHERRYVALE 37.30N 95.55W
05/10/2008 M1.50 INCH MONTGOMERY KS TRAINED SPOTTER
1.5 INCH HAIL

0435 PM HAIL 5 WNW PARSONS TRI CITY 37.36N 95.60W
05/10/2008 M1.00 INCH MONTGOMERY KS TRAINED SPOTTER
QUARTER SIZED HAIL

0438 PM HAIL 5 S THAYER 37.42N 95.47W
05/10/2008 E1.25 INCH NEOSHO KS LAW ENFORCEMENT

0439 PM HAIL 8 S THAYER 37.37N 95.47W
05/10/2008 E1.00 INCH LABETTE KS LAW ENFORCEMENT

0440 PM TSTM WND GST PARSONS TRI CITY AIRPOR 37.33N 95.52W
05/10/2008 M70.00 MPH MONTGOMERY KS ASOS
MEASURED GUST AT THE AIRPORT.

0442 PM HAIL DENNIS 37.35N 95.42W
05/10/2008 E1.00 INCH LABETTE KS LAW ENFORCEMENT

0456 PM HAIL PARSONS 37.34N 95.27W
05/10/2008 M0.88 INCH LABETTE KS TRAINED SPOTTER
DIME AND NICKEL HAIL

0519 PM TORNADO 2 SSW CHETOPA 37.01N 95.11W
05/10/2008 LABETTE KS EMERGENCY MNGR

0519 PM FUNNEL CLOUD 2 SW OSWEGO 37.15N 95.14W
05/10/2008 LABETTE KS TRAINED SPOTTER

0520 PM TORNADO 2 S CHETOPA 37.01N 95.09W
05/10/2008 LABETTE KS EMERGENCY MNGR

HOME WAS DAMAGED TWO MILES SOUTH OF CHETOPA ON NATIONS
ROAD ON THE KANSAS SIDE OF THE OKLAHOMA BORDER.

0522 PM TORNADO 2 SSE CHETOPA 37.01N 95.08W
05/10/2008 LABETTE KS EMERGENCY MNGR

TORNADO ON THE GROUND NEAR HIGHWAY 59 ALONG THE KANSAS
AND OKLAHOMA STATE LINE.


KED

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NWUS54 KOUN 110306 LSROUN
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK 1005 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....REMARKS..

0603 PM TORNADO 3 ENE DAISY 34.55N 95.69W
05/10/2008 ATOKA OK EMERGENCY MNGR

AROUND THREE HOUSES DAMAGED. ONE WOMAN WAS TRAPPED BUT NOT INJURED. MANY LARGE TREES DOWNED. TIME ESTIMATED.

..SPEG.

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NWUS54 KTSA 110302 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 1002 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0525 PM TORNADO 4 NE PRYOR 36.35N 95.27W
05/10/2008 MAYES OK BROADCAST MEDIA

SFP

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NWUS54 KTSA 110225 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 925 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0615 PM TORNADO 1 W DECATUR 36.34N 94.48W
05/10/2008 BENTON AR BROADCAST MEDIA

SFP

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NWUS54 KTSA 110150 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 850 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0542 PM TORNADO PICHER 36.99N 94.83W
05/10/2008 OTTAWA OK EMERGENCY MNGR

*** 5 FATAL *** EM REPORTS 20 BLOCKS OF STRUCTURES HEAVILY DAMAGED

SFP

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NWUS54 KTSA 110100 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 800 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0800 PM TORNADO WATALULA 35.57N 93.83W
05/10/2008 FRANKLIN AR EMERGENCY MNGR

SFP

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NWUS54 KTSA 110007 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 707 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0615 PM TORNADO YANUSH 34.71N 95.31W
05/10/2008 LATIMER OK FIRE DEPT/RESCUE

ONE STRUCTURE DESTROYED

SFP

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NWUS54 KTSA 110005 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 705 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0659 PM HAIL OCTAVIA 34.53N 94.70W
05/10/2008 E1.00 INCH LE FLORE OK PUBLIC

RBD
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WUS54 KOUN 102344 LSROUN
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK 644 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0600 PM HAIL 4 ENE DAISY 34.56N 95.67W
05/10/2008 E1.50 INCH ATOKA OK CO-OP OBSERVER

DW

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NWUS54 KTSA 102331 LSRTSA

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 630 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0630 PM HAIL ROGERS 36.33N 94.12W
05/10/2008 E1.75 INCH BENTON AR LAW ENFORCEMENT

SFP

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NWUS54 KTSA 102331 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 631 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0631 PM HAIL BENTONVILLE 36.37N 94.21W
05/10/2008 E1.75 INCH BENTON AR BROADCAST MEDIA

SFP

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NWUS54 KTSA 102311 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 611 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0610 PM TORNADO 14 SW CLAYTON 34.45N 95.53W
05/10/2008 PUSHMATAHA OK EMERGENCY MNGR

SFP

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NWUS54 KTSA 102306 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 606 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0605 PM HAIL 6 W GRAVETTE 36.42N 94.56W
05/10/2008 E1.75 INCH BENTON AR AMATEUR RADIO

SFP

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NWUS54 KTSA 102242 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 542 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0539 PM TORNADO QUAPAW 36.95N 94.79W
05/10/2008 OTTAWA OK AMATEUR RADIO

LARGE TORNADO REPORTED NEAR QUAPAW

SFP

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NWUS54 KTSA 102240 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 540 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0539 PM HAIL SPAVINAW 36.39N 95.05W
05/10/2008 E0.88 INCH MAYES OK EMERGENCY MNGR

NMM

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NWUS54 KTSA 102233 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 533 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0532 PM TORNADO 2 NW COMMERCE 36.95N 94.90W
05/10/2008 OTTAWA OK LAW ENFORCEMENT

SFP
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NWUS54 KTSA 102228 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 528 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0522 PM TORNADO 2 W MCALESTER 34.93N 95.80W
05/10/2008 PITTSBURG OK AMATEUR RADIO

SFP
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NWUS54 KTSA 102227 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 527 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0523 PM TORNADO 3 SE CROWDER 35.09N 95.63W
05/10/2008 PITTSBURG OK BROADCAST MEDIA

REPORTED BY MEDIA CHASER

SFP

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NWUS54 KTSA 102222 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 522 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0512 PM HAIL N PRYOR 36.31N 95.32W
05/10/2008 E0.88 INCH MAYES OK TRAINED SPOTTER

DMJ

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NWUS54 KTSA 102208 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 508 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0451 PM TSTM WND DMG CLAREMORE 36.31N 95.62W
05/10/2008 ROGERS OK PUBLIC

SEVERAL LARGE TREES DOWN EAST SIDE OF CLAREMORE

SFP

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NWUS54 KTSA 102105 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 405 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0404 PM HAIL OZARK 35.49N 93.83W
05/10/2008 E0.88 INCH FRANKLIN AR EMERGENCY MNGR

SFP

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NWUS54 KTSA 102050 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 350 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0350 PM HAIL CECIL 35.44N 93.94W
05/10/2008 E1.00 INCH FRANKLIN AR EMERGENCY MNGR

SFP

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NWUS54 KTSA 102047 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 347 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0228 PM HAIL VIAN 35.50N 94.97W
05/10/2008 E1.00 INCH SEQUOYAH OK TRAINED SPOTTER

1150 AM HAIL OKAY 35.85N 95.32W
05/10/2008 E1.00 INCH WAGONER OK TRAINED SPOTTER

NICKEL TO QUARTER SIZE HAIL

DMJ

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NWUS54 KTSA 102035 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 335 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0332 PM HAIL MANSFIELD 35.06N 94.25W
05/10/2008 E1.00 INCH SEBASTIAN AR LAW ENFORCEMENT

RBD

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NWUS54 KTSA 102028 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 328 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0328 PM HAIL FORT SMITH 35.39N 94.40W
05/10/2008 E1.75 INCH SEBASTIAN AR EMERGENCY MNGR

SFP

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NWUS54 KTSA 102024 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 323 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0322 PM HAIL FERN 35.64N 94.02W
05/10/2008 E0.88 INCH FRANKLIN AR PUBLIC

RBD

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NWUS54 KTSA 102018 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 318 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0317 PM HAIL 1 N MOUNTAINBURG 35.65N 94.17W
05/10/2008 E1.00 INCH CRAWFORD AR EMERGENCY MNGR

SFP

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NWUS54 KTSA 102015 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 315 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0314 PM HAIL POTEAU 35.05N 94.62W
05/10/2008 E1.00 INCH LE FLORE OK BROADCAST MEDIA

SFP

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NWUS54 KTSA 102015 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 315 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0311 PM HAIL MOUNTAINBURG 35.64N 94.17W
05/10/2008 E0.75 INCH CRAWFORD AR LAW ENFORCEMENT

RBD

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NWUS54 KTSA 102006 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 306 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0300 PM HAIL CEDARVILLE 35.57N 94.37W
05/10/2008 E1.25 INCH CRAWFORD AR PUBLIC

RBD

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NWUS54 KTSA 102004 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 303 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0256 PM HAIL UNIONTOWN 35.58N 94.44W
05/10/2008 E1.25 INCH CRAWFORD AR PUBLIC

RBD

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NWUS54 KTSA 102001 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 301 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0258 PM HAIL 1 SE COWLINGTON 35.27N 94.72W
05/10/2008 E1.50 INCH LE FLORE OK AMATEUR RADIO

SFP

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NWUS54 KTSA 101956 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 256 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
..REMARKS..

0256 PM HAIL KINTA 35.12N 95.24W
05/10/2008 E0.75 INCH HASKELL OK AMATEUR RADIO

SFP

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NWUS54 KTSA 101945 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 245 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
..REMARKS..

0240 PM HAIL 3 N SALLISAW 35.50N 94.79W
05/10/2008 E0.75 INCH SEQUOYAH OK AMATEUR RADIO

SFP

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NWUS54 KTSA 101941 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 241 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0235 PM HAIL STIGLER 35.25N 95.12W
05/10/2008 E1.00 INCH HASKELL OK LAW ENFORCEMENT

RBD
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NWUS54 KTSA 101941 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 241 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0235 PM HAIL MARBLE CITY 35.58N 94.82W
05/10/2008 E0.88 INCH SEQUOYAH OK EMERGENCY MNGR
PENNY TO NICKEL SIZE HAIL

DMJ

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NWUS54 KTSA 101932 LSRTSA

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 232 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0138 PM HAIL HUNTSVILLE 36.09N 93.74W
05/10/2008 E1.00 INCH MADISON AR TRAINED SPOTTER

RBD
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NWUS54 KTSA 101930 LSRTSA

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 230 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
..REMARKS..

0229 PM HAIL 1 S VIAN 35.48N 94.97W
05/10/2008 E1.50 INCH SEQUOYAH OK AMATEUR RADIO

SFP

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NWUS54 KTSA 101909 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 209 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0200 PM HAIL 4 SE CHECOTAH 35.43N 95.47W
05/10/2008 E1.00 INCH MCINTOSH OK EMERGENCY MNGR

QUARTER SIZE HAIL 4 MILES EAST AND 4 MILES SOUTH OF
CHECOTAH

DMJ

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NWUS54 KTSA 101846 LSRTSA
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 145 PM CDT SAT MAY 10 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

0135 PM HAIL ONAPA 35.41N 95.55W
05/10/2008 M1.00 INCH MCINTOSH OK AMATEUR RADIO

MAT

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NWUS53 KSGF 110658 LSRSGF
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT...SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO 157 AM CDT SUN MAY 11 2008

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... REMARKS..

1132 AM HAIL MOUNT VERNON 37.10N 93.82W
05/10/2008 E0.25 INCH LAWRENCE MO LAW ENFORCEMENT

1139 AM HAIL BATTLEFIELD 37.12N 93.37W
05/10/2008 E0.25 INCH GREENE MO NWS EMPLOYEE

1142 AM HAIL STOTTS CITY 37.10N 93.95W
05/10/2008 E0.50 INCH LAWRENCE MO PUBLIC

1202 PM HAIL MILLER 37.21N 93.84W
05/10/2008 E0.25 INCH LAWRENCE MO PUBLIC

1214 PM HAIL 2 S EVERTON 37.31N 93.70W
05/10/2008 E0.25 INCH DADE MO LAW ENFORCEMENT

1236 PM HAIL 1 SW BRONAUGH 37.68N 94.48W
05/10/2008 E0.25 INCH VERNON MO LAW ENFORCEMENT

1239 PM HAIL SPRINGFIELD 37.20N 93.29W
05/10/2008 E0.25 INCH GREENE MO OFFICIAL NWS OBS

1239 PM HAIL WILLARD 37.31N 93.43W
05/10/2008 E0.25 INCH GREENE MO AMATEUR RADIO

1255 PM HAIL 6 S STOCKTON 37.61N 93.80W
05/10/2008 E0.88 INCH CEDAR MO LAW ENFORCEMENT

0100 PM LIGHTNING 4 NW ELDRIDGE 37.87N 92.80W
05/10/2008 LACLEDE MO EMERGENCY MNGR

LIGHTNING STRUCK A HOUSE.

0104 PM HAIL ICONIUM 38.11N 93.54W
05/10/2008 E0.75 INCH ST. CLAIR MO EMERGENCY MNGR

0105 PM HAIL STOCKTON 37.70N 93.80W
05/10/2008 E0.88 INCH CEDAR MO LAW ENFORCEMENT

0108 PM HAIL 7 W PITTSBURG 37.41N 94.83W
05/10/2008 E0.25 INCH CRAWFORD KS EMERGENCY MNGR

0120 PM HAIL FORT SCOTT 37.84N 94.71W
05/10/2008 E0.50 INCH BOURBON KS TRAINED SPOTTER

0122 PM HAIL ROME 36.84N 92.77W
05/10/2008 E0.75 INCH DOUGLAS MO AMATEUR RADIO

0132 PM HAIL 6 NNW BOLIVAR 37.69N 93.45W
05/10/2008 E1.00 INCH POLK MO PUBLIC

NICKEL TO QUARTER SIZED HAIL.

0137 PM HAIL 5 N BOLIVAR 37.69N 93.42W
05/10/2008 E1.00 INCH POLK MO EMERGENCY MNGR

QUARTER SIZE HAIL REPORTED WITH HAIL COVERING THE GROUND.


0137 PM HAIL ROME 36.84N 92.77W
05/10/2008 E0.75 INCH DOUGLAS MO TRAINED SPOTTER

0138 PM HAIL SQUIRES 36.85N 92.62W
05/10/2008 E0.88 INCH DOUGLAS MO TRAINED SPOTTER

0200 PM LIGHTNING 8 WSW LEBANON 37.64N 92.80W
05/10/2008 LACLEDE MO EMERGENCY MNGR

LIGHTNING STRUCK A HOUSE WHICH CAUGHT FIRE.

0205 PM HAIL 2 S LOUISBURG 37.73N 93.14W
05/10/2008 E0.75 INCH DALLAS MO LAW ENFORCEMENT

NUMEROUS REPORTS OF HAIL IN THE LOUISBURG AREA. DIME
SIZED THE BIGGEST. REPORTED FROM DALLAS CO 911.

0206 PM HAIL 2 SW VANZANT 36.95N 92.33W
05/10/2008 E0.75 INCH DOUGLAS MO TRAINED SPOTTER

0218 PM HAIL 1 NE BENNETT SPRINGS 37.74N 92.84W
05/10/2008 E0.25 INCH LACLEDE MO EMERGENCY MNGR

0253 PM HAIL 2 N HERMITAGE 37.97N 93.32W
05/10/2008 E0.88 INCH HICKORY MO LAW ENFORCEMENT

0515 PM HAIL EL DORADO SPRINGS 37.88N 94.02W
05/10/2008 E0.75 INCH CEDAR MO EMERGENCY MNGR

0517 PM TORNADO 2 NW HALLOWELL 37.20N 95.02W
05/10/2008 CHEROKEE KS TRAINED SPOTTER

BRIEF TOUCHDOWN. LARGE FUNNEL CLOUD STILL PRESENT.

0523 PM TORNADO 5 W MELROSE 37.03N 95.05W
05/10/2008 CHEROKEE KS EMERGENCY MNGR

TORNADO CROSSING LABETTE CHEROKEE COUNTY BORDER EAST OF
CHETOPA.

0529 PM HAIL ARMA 37.54N 94.70W
05/10/2008 E0.75 INCH CRAWFORD KS EMERGENCY MNGR

0531 PM HAIL MULBERRY 37.56N 94.62W
05/10/2008 E0.88 INCH CRAWFORD KS EMERGENCY MNGR

0532 PM TORNADO 6 W BAXTER SPRINGS 37.02N 94.84W
05/10/2008 CHEROKEE KS EMERGENCY MNGR

0533 PM TORNADO 6 W BAXTER SPRINGS 37.02N 94.84W
05/10/2008 CHEROKEE KS TRAINED SPOTTER

0539 PM HAIL WINONA 37.01N 91.32W
05/10/2008 E0.75 INCH SHANNON MO EMERGENCY MNGR

0542 PM TORNADO 5 WSW BAXTER SPRINGS 37.00N 94.82W
05/10/2008 CHEROKEE KS EMERGENCY MNGR

TORNADO DAMAGE PATH THREE QUARTERS OF A MILE WIDE ALONG
THE KANSAS AND OKLAHOMA STATE LINE.

0542 PM HAIL RIVERTON 37.07N 94.70W
05/10/2008 E1.00 INCH CHEROKEE KS AMATEUR RADIO

0543 PM HAIL BAXTER SPRINGS 37.02N 94.74W
05/10/2008 E2.75 INCH CHEROKEE KS AMATEUR RADIO

0543 PM TORNADO 1 S BAXTER SPRINGS 37.01N 94.74W
05/10/2008 CHEROKEE KS EMERGENCY MNGR

TORNADO ON THE GROUND JUST SOUTH OF BAXTER SPRINGS.

0548 PM LIGHTNING BATTLEFIELD 37.12N 93.37W
05/10/2008 GREENE MO PUBLIC

HOUSE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING AND CURRENTLY ON FIRE.

0550 PM HAIL 3 W LEAWOOD 37.03N 94.54W
05/10/2008 E1.75 INCH NEWTON MO LAW ENFORCEMENT

GOLFBALL HAIL AT MILE MARKER 1 ON I-44.

0552 PM HAIL 1 S BAXTER SPRINGS 37.01N 94.74W
05/10/2008 E4.25 INCH CHEROKEE KS NWS EMPLOYEE

0553 PM HAIL N JOPLIN 37.08N 94.51W
05/10/2008 E1.00 INCH JASPER MO AMATEUR RADIO

0555 PM HAIL JOPLIN 37.08N 94.51W
05/10/2008 E2.75 INCH JASPER MO EMERGENCY MNGR

BASEBALL SIZE HAIL 22ND STREET AND WINDFIELD.

0555 PM HAIL JOPLIN 37.08N 94.51W
05/10/2008 E1.25 INCH JASPER MO EMERGENCY MNGR

32ND STREET AT REEDS LINE ROAD

0559 PM TORNADO 1 W REDINGS MILL 37.02N 94.53W
05/10/2008 NEWTON MO EMERGENCY MNGR

TORNADO AT INTERSECTION OF BETHEL AND IRIS ROAD WEST OF
REDINGSMILL.

0603 PM TORNADO 2 NW RACINE 36.92N 94.55W
05/10/2008 NEWTON MO EMERGENCY MNGR

*** 10 FATAL *** TORNADO DAMAGED OR DESTROYED NUMEROUS
BUILDINGS. PRELIMINARY REPORTS INDICATE 10
FATALITIES...EIGHT NORTHWEST OF RACINE AND TWO NORTH OF
RACINE. NWS STORM SURVEY WILL BE DONE TOMORROW.

0605 PM TORNADO 4 WNW NEOSHO 36.89N 94.43W
05/10/2008 NEWTON MO TRAINED SPOTTER

0605 PM TORNADO 3 NNW NEOSHO 36.91N 94.39W
05/10/2008 NEWTON MO NWS EMPLOYEE

SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE ALONG HIGHAY 71. HIGHWAY CLOSED.
INJRIES POSSIBLE. UNKNOWN NUMBER.

0614 PM TORNADO 2 N NEOSHO 36.90N 94.37W
05/10/2008 NEWTON MO AMATEUR RADIO

STRUCTURAL DAMAGE NORTH OF NEOSHO.

0615 PM HAIL MONETT 36.92N 93.93W
05/10/2008 E1.00 INCH BARRY MO LAW ENFORCEMENT

QUATER SIZE HAIL FALLING. SHEET METAL IS ALSO FALLING
FROM THE SKY.

0615 PM TSTM WND DMG 2 SW GRANBY 36.90N 94.28W
05/10/2008 NEWTON MO AMATEUR RADIO

EXTENSIVE STRUCTURAL DAMAGE INCLUDING A 30 BY 40 FOOT
BUILDING DESTROYED.

0616 PM TORNADO 1 S SARCOXIE 37.05N 94.12W
05/10/2008 NEWTON MO LAW ENFORCEMENT

TORNADO ON THE GROUND AT HIGHWAY 37 AND UNICORN.

0620 PM HAIL GRANBY 36.92N 94.25W
05/10/2008 E1.00 INCH NEWTON MO TRAINED SPOTTER

QUARTER SIZE HAIL AND 60 MPH WINDS IN GRANBY.

0620 PM TORNADO NEWTONIA 36.88N 94.19W
05/10/2008 NEWTON MO TRAINED SPOTTER

SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE IN NEWTONIA

0620 PM TSTM WND DMG 4 E CARTHAGE 37.18N 94.24W
05/10/2008 JASPER MO FIRE DEPT/RESCUE

*** 1 FATAL *** TREE LANDED ON TRAILER HOUSE
APPROXIMATELY 4 MILES EAST OF CARTHAGE SOUTH OF HIGHWAY
96 NEAR COUNTY ROAD 80. DAMAGE PATH FROM COUNTY ROAD 80
TO COUNTY ROAD 130.

0637 PM TORNADO 2 W PURDY 36.82N 93.96W
05/10/2008 BARRY MO EMERGENCY MNGR

TORNADO REPORTED WEST OF PURDY MOVING EAST.

0638 PM HAIL 2 N MONETT 36.95N 93.93W
05/10/2008 E0.88 INCH LAWRENCE MO CO-OP OBSERVER

LOTS OF NICKEL SIZE HAIL FALLING.

0640 PM TSTM WND DMG PURDY 36.82N 93.92W
05/10/2008 BARRY MO FIRE DEPT/RESCUE

LARGE LIMBS DOWN IN PURDY

0640 PM HAIL 1 N MONETT 36.94N 93.93W
05/10/2008 E1.00 INCH LAWRENCE MO EMERGENCY MNGR

0640 PM TSTM WND DMG 1 W PURDY 36.82N 93.94W
05/10/2008 BARRY MO TRAINED SPOTTER

STORM DAMAGE REPORTED IN THE AREA OF HWY 97 AND B HWY. 3
BARNS DESTROYED, 3 LARGE TREES UPROOTED, AND THE ROOF WAS
BLOWN OFF OF A HOUSE.

0643 PM HAIL MONETT 36.92N 93.93W
05/10/2008 E1.75 INCH BARRY MO LAW ENFORCEMENT

GOLFBALL HAIL AND 60 MPH WINDS IN MONETT

0643 PM TSTM WND DMG 5 S PIERCE CITY 36.87N 94.00W
05/10/2008 BARRY MO LAW ENFORCEMENT

TREES UPROOTED SOUTH OF PIERCE CITY.

0650 PM HAIL ROCKY COMFORT 36.75N 94.09W
05/10/2008 E0.75 INCH MCDONALD MO EMERGENCY MNGR

0710 PM TORNADO 1 NE PURDY 36.83N 93.91W
05/10/2008 BARRY MO EMERGENCY MNGR

*** 1 FATAL *** DAMAGE TO 4 TRAILER HOMES...A
CHURCH...HOMES...AND SEVERAL OUTBUILDINGS IN THE PURDY
AREA. 1 FATALITY REPORTED BY EMERGENCY MANAGER.

0711 PM TSTM WND GST 2 N GALENA 36.83N 93.47W
05/10/2008 E70.00 MPH STONE MO TRAINED SPOTTER

ESTIMATED 70 TO 80 MPH WIND

0714 PM HAIL SPOKANE 36.87N 93.30W
05/10/2008 E1.00 INCH CHRISTIAN MO LAW ENFORCEMENT

1 INCH HAIL AT SPOKANE

0719 PM HAIL CHESTNUTRIDGE 36.84N 93.25W
05/10/2008 E1.00 INCH CHRISTIAN MO LAW ENFORCEMENT

1 INCH HAIL AT CHESTNUTRIDGE

0725 PM FUNNEL CLOUD 1 N BRANSON 36.66N 93.22W
05/10/2008 TANEY MO EMERGENCY MNGR

REPORT OF A FUNNEL CLOUD NEAR HIGHWAY 65 AND HIGHWAY 160

0732 PM TSTM WND GST FORSYTH 36.68N 93.12W
05/10/2008 E80.00 MPH TANEY MO BROADCAST MEDIA

80 MPH WIND REPORT


LINDENBERG

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Another Link To Video Of Picher-Oklahoma Tornado



These are YouTube links to a storm chaser- Chris Wilbern of Miami-OK- who shot video of the Saturday afternoon tornado that struck Picher - a 2nd tornado that formed afterwards- as well as damage in Picher itself.

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