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SVR WX APR 17-18, 2013- SOUTHERN PLAINS AND DEEP SOUTH
04-18-2013, 06:42 AM
Post: #21
SVR WX APR 17-18, 2013- SOUTHERN PLAINS AND DEEP SOUTH
PUBLIC SEVERE WEATHER OUTLOOK
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
0602 AM CDT THU APR 18 2013


Quote: ...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS EXPECTED OVER PARTS OF THE MID MISSISSIPPI
AND LOWER OH VALLEYS TODAY...

THE NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER IN NORMAN OK IS FORECASTING THE
DEVELOPMENT OF WIDESPREAD DAMAGING WINDS AND A FEW TORNADOES OVER
PARTS OF THE MID MISSISSIPPI AND LOWER OH VALLEYS TODAY.

THE AREAS MOST LIKELY TO EXPERIENCE THIS ACTIVITY INCLUDE

EASTERN ARKANSAS
CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
MUCH OF INDIANA
WESTERN KENTUCKY
SOUTHERN LOWER MICHIGAN
SOUTHEAST MISSOURI
NORTHERN MISSISSIPPI
WEST TENNESSEE

ELSEWHERE...SEVERE STORMS ARE ALSO POSSIBLE FROM EAST TX NORTHWARD
ACROSS MUCH OF THE MS AND OH VALLEY REGIONS

A POWERFUL UPPER STORM SYSTEM OVER THE PLAINS WILL MOVE EASTWARD
TODAY AND AFFECT THE MS AND OH VALLEYS. A FAST-MOVING LINE OF
THUNDERSTORMS AHEAD OF THE STORM SYSTEM WILL SWEEP ACROSS THE RISK
AREA TODAY INTO THIS EVENING. STRONG WINDS ALOFT COUPLED WITH A
MOIST AND UNSTABLE AIR MASS WILL PROVIDE THE POTENTIAL FOR RATHER
WIDESPREAD DAMAGING WINDS WITH THE LINE. ALSO...A FEW TORNADOES ARE
POSSIBLE WITH STORMS WITHIN AND AHEAD OF THE LINE.

STATE AND LOCAL EMERGENCY MANAGERS ARE MONITORING THIS DEVELOPING
SITUATION. THOSE IN THE THREATENED AREA ARE URGED TO REVIEW SEVERE
WEATHER SAFETY RULES AND TO LISTEN TO RADIO...TELEVISION...AND NOAA
WEATHER RADIO FOR POSSIBLE WATCHES...WARNINGS...AND STATEMENTS LATER
TODAY.

..HART.. 04/18/2013

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04-18-2013, 06:44 AM
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SVR WX APR 17-18, 2013- SOUTHERN PLAINS AND DEEP SOUTH
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DAY 1 CONVECTIVE OUTLOOK
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
1255 AM CDT THU APR 18 2013


VALID 181200Z - 191200Z

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...THERE IS A MDT RISK OF SVR TSTMS FROM ERN AR...NRN MS...NWRN AL
   WRN TN
...SERN MO...SERN IL...IND AND SRN LOWER MI...
   
   ...
THERE IS A SLGT RISK OF SVR TSTMS FROM SERN TX INTO THE LOWER-MID
   MS VALLEY
...TN VALLEY...OH VALLEY AND A PORTION OF GREAT LAKES...
   
   ...
SYNOPSIS...
   
   
UPPER TROUGH CENTERED FROM THE NRN HIGH PLAINS SWWD TO NEAR THE FOUR
   CORNERS WILL PROGRESS EWD THROUGH THE PLAINS 
AND MS VALLEY THURSDAY.
   
UPPER JET STREAK WILL SHIFT NEWD THROUGH THE MID-UPPER MS VALLEY
   ALONG THE ERN PERIPHERY OF THE TROUGH
A SFC LOW INITIALLY OVER NRN
   IL EARLY THURSDAY WILL DEVELOP NEWD INTO THE GREAT LAKES
SECONDARY
   CYCLOGENESIS IS EXPECTED IN WAKE OF THE INITIAL SFC LOW ACROSS NRN
   IL IN ASSOCIATION WITH 
EXIT REGION OF EJECTING UPPER JET STREAK.
   
WARM FRONT DRAPED E-W ACROSS THE OH VALLEY SHOULD LIFT NWD INTO THE
   GREAT LAKES
...WHILE COLD FRONT TRAILING SOUTH OF THE SFC LOW SURGES
   SEWD THROUGH REMAINDER OF SRN PLAINS INTO MID
-LOWER MS VALLEYBY
   THE END OF THIS PERIOD THE COLD FRONT SHOULD EXTEND FROM AN OCCLUDED
   LOW OVER THE GREAT LAKES SWD INTO THE SRN APPALACHIANS 
AND THE
   CNTRL
/WRN GULF REGION
   
   ...
LOWER MS VALLEY...TN VALLEY INTO WRN PORTION OF THE OH VALLEY AND
   
GREAT LAKES...
   
   
EXPANSIVE SQUALL LINE WILL BE IN PROGRESS THURSDAY MORNING FROM WRN
   PARTS OF THE GREAT LAKES SWWD INTO CNTRL TX WITH A THREAT OF MAINLY
   ISOLATED DAMAGING WIND
MOIST AXIS AHEAD OF THE LINE OF STORMS WILL
   BE CHARACTERIZED BY SFC LAYER DEWPOINTS FROM NEAR 70 OVER SERN TX
   
AND THE LOWER MS VALLEY TO NEAR 60 SOUTH OF OH VALLEY WARM FRONT.
   
AREAS OF MULTILAYER CLOUDS WILL PROBABLY LIMIT DIABATIC WARMING IN
   PORTIONS OF WARM SECTOR
HOWEVER...SLY LLJ FORECAST TO STRENGTHEN TO
   IN EXCESS OF 60 KT FROM THE MID MS VALLEY INTO THE OH VALLEY 
AND
   
GREAT LAKES WILL CONTRIBUTE TO NWD ADVECTION OF LOW-LEVEL MOISTURE
   
AND BOUNDARY LAYER DESTABILIZATION DURING THE DAYMLCAPE SHOULD
   RANGE FROM NEAR 1500 J
/KG OVER SERN TX INTO THE LOWER MS VALLEY
   REGION TO 500
-1000 J/KG FARTHER NORTH INTO THE OH VALLEY
   
   
STORMS SHOULD CONTINUE DEVELOPING ALONG COLD FRONT OR PRE-FRONTAL
   CONVECTIVE OUTFLOWS WHERE STRONG SLY LLJ WILL MAINTAIN STRONG LOW
   LEVEL CONVERGENCE 
AND MESOSCALE ASCENT ALONG THESE BOUNDARIES.
   
ACTIVITY IS EXPECTED TO INTENSIFY AS THE SFC LAYER DESTABILIZESTHE
   PREDOMINANT MODE IS EXPECTED TO BE LINEAR
...BUT STORMS WILL REMAIN
   WITHIN AN ENVIRONMENT CHARACTERIZED BY 40
-50 KT EFFECTIVE SHEAR AND
   
LARGE 0-2 KM HODOGRAPHS SUPPORTIVE OF EMBEDDED
   SUPERCELLS
...MESO-VORTICES AND BOWING STRUCTURESTHERE IS ALSO A
   CHANCE A FEW STORMS COULD DEVELOP AHEAD OF THE LINE
...ESPECIALLY IF
   
HEATING OCCURS WITHIN ZONE OF RICH LOW LEVEL MOISTURE FROM THE LOWER
   MS VALLEY INTO WRN PORTIONS OF THE TN VALLEY DURING THE AFTERNOON
.
   
PRIMARY THREATS WILL BE DAMAGING WIND AND TORNADOESSEVERE THREAT
   WILL 
CONTINUE INTO THE OVERNIGHT HOURS AS THE LINE CONTINUES
   EWD
...ESPECIALLY ACROSS PARTS OF THE SERN U.AND TN VALLEY REGION.
   
   ..
DIAL/COHEN.. 04/18/2013 

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04-18-2013, 06:52 AM
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SVR WX APR 17-18, 2013- SOUTHERN PLAINS AND DEEP SOUTH
JUST SOME OF THE REPORTS FROM YESTERDAY:

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04-18-2013, 06:54 AM
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SVR WX APR 17-18, 2013- SOUTHERN PLAINS AND DEEP SOUTH
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BIT OF A LOG LIST:


SPC TORNADO AND SEVERE THUNDERSTORM REPORTS
UNOFFICIAL - FOR OFFICIAL REPORTS, SEE PUBLICATION 'STORM DATA'
FOR 06CST WED APR 17 2013 THRU 05CST THU APR 18 2013


EVENT LOCATION REMARKS (CST)TIME

.....TORNADO REPORTS..........TORNADO REPORTS..........TORNADO REPORTS.....
Quote: 1 *TORN SPAVINAW OK (21 SW GMJ) 18/0010
EMERGENCY MANAGER REPORTS TORNADO TOUCHDOWN IN TSA/LSR 3639 9505
SPAVINAW...NO DETAILS
2 *TORN 6 ESE GROVE OK (4 SE GMJ) 18/0034
SEVERAL HOMES DESTROYED AND POWER POLES TSA/LSR 3656 9467
SNAPPED.


.......LRG HAIL/STRONG WIND RPTS.............LRG HAIL/STRONG WIND RPTS......

15 A175 5 S DEERLODGE TN (20 NE CSV) 17/1145
GOLFBALL SIZE HAIL AND ROOF DAMAGE REPORTED. MRX/LSR 3613 8476
16 A125 10 W MELVINE TN (17 SSW CSV) 17/1200
HALF DOLLAR SIZE HAIL REPORTED...ALONG WITH MRX/LSR 3573 8524
SHREDDED LEAVES AND DA
20 A175 2 ENE COWAN TN (44 WNW CHA) 17/1311
COWAN POLICE DEPARTMENT REPORTS GOLF BALL SIZEDHUN/LSR 3518 8598
HAIL ON HAWKINS COVE R
113 WNDG GAGE KY (8 SW PAH) 17/1320
FOUR POWER POLES SNAPPED. TIME ESTIMATED. PAH/LSR 3699 8889
114 WNDG PIKEVILLE TN (24 SSW CSV) 17/1354
SEVERAL TREES DOWN IN PIKEVILLE AND SURROUNDINGMRX/LSR 3561 8520
AREAS.
115 WNDG WALHALLA SC (26 NW AND) 17/1415
A TREE AND A POWERLINE FELL ON A VEHICLE AT GSP/LSR 3477 8306
MAIN STREET. ONE OCCUP
31 A175 4 SSE WARSAW MO (38 SSE SZL) 17/1430
TIME OF EVENT ESTIMATED. SGF/LSR 3819 9336
36 A150 7 S TIPTON OK (18 SSE LTS) 17/1442
OUN/LSR 3440 9914
37 A125 4 NW BROOKLYN IL (28 NE UIN) 17/1445
ILX/LSR 4027 9082
40 A175 1 NE GARFIELD KY (42 SW SDF) 17/1455
ANOTHER RELAYED REPORT. PING PONG TO GOLFBALL LMK/LSR 3779 8634
SIZE HAIL IN HENSLEY..
46 A150 IRVINGTON KY (35 SW SDF) 17/1515
RELAYED REPORT...TIME ESTIMATED BASED ON RADAR.LMK/LSR 3788 8628
51 A200 NASHVILLE IN (19 E BMG) 17/1534
HAIL STONES RANGING IN SIZE FROM ONE INCH TO IND/LSR 3920 8624
TWO INCHES.
54 A175 6 S SPEARSVILLE IN (23 ENE BMG) 17/1545
IND/LSR 3924 8620
56 A175 1 W FRANKLIN IN (18 SE IND) 17/1604
COOP OBSERVER REPORTED HAIL FOR A DURATION OF IND/LSR 3949 8608
ABOUT 3 MINUTES.
57 A150 FRANKLIN IN (19 SE IND) 17/1606
IND/LSR 3949 8606
59 A175 FRANKLIN IN (19 SE IND) 17/1609
FALLEN OVER THE LAST FIVE MINUTES. JUST IND/LSR 3949 8606
NORTHWEST OF DOWNTOWN
61 A125 5 E HOLLIS OK (31 NE CDS) 17/1612
OUN/LSR 3469 9983
62 A175 CACHE OK (11 W FSI) 17/1615
OUN/LSR 3463 9862
63 A175 CLARKSBURG MO (26 WSW COU) 17/1615
LSX/LSR 3866 9267
64 A150 4 SW NEW PALESTINE IN (17 E IND) 17/1624
OCCURRED IN PLEASANT VIEW. IND/LSR 3968 8594
65 A175 3 NW LAKE LAWTONKA OK (10 NW FSI) 17/1630
OUN/LSR 3476 9854
66 A175 3 W JAMESTOWN MO (16 WSW COU) 17/1630
DELAYED REPORT RELAYED BY WFO EAX. SPOTTER WAS LSX/LSR 3877 9253
4 MILES SOUTH OF PRAIR
116 WNDG 3 S PARIS MO (43 NNE COU) 17/1635
ROOF BLOWN OFF MOBILE HOME. LSX/LSR 3943 9200
67 A275 3 WNW COLUMBIA MO (12 NW COU) 17/1640
HAIL LASTED 20 MINUTES. UP TO BASEBALL SIZE. LSX/LSR 3897 9238
117 WNDG 7 S PARIS MO (40 NNE COU) 17/1645
DAMAGE TO A HOUSE AND SEVERAL BARNS 1 TO 2 LSX/LSR 3938 9200
MILES WEST OF HWY 15 J
141 G 59 2 N FREDERICK OK (20 SE LTS) 17/1646
RFD WIND OUN/LSR 3442 9901
68 A175 ELGIN OK (10 NE FSI) 17/1646
OUN/LSR 3478 9829
69 A175 COLUMBIA MO (10 NNW COU) 17/1648
LSX/LSR 3895 9233
70 A175 9 S ALTUS OK (9 SSW LTS) 17/1649
OUN/LSR 3451 9933
118 WNDG 14 N CENTRALIA MO (40 N COU) 17/1650
POWER LINES DOWN ACROSS HIGHWAY C LSX/LSR 3941 9213
72 A125 COLUMBIA MO (10 NNW COU) 17/1650
SOUTH SIDE OF TOWN LSX/LSR 3895 9233
74 A175 COLUMBIA MO (10 NNW COU) 17/1653
1 MILE SOUTH OF MIZZOU CAMPUS LSX/LSR 3895 9233
78 A275 COLUMBIA MO (10 NNW COU) 17/1659
ON UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI CAMPUS LSX/LSR 3895 9233
79 A125 7 ESE NEW FRANKLIN MO (24 WNW COU) 17/1700
EAX/LSR 3898 9262
80 A200 COLUMBIA MO (10 NNW COU) 17/1700
LSX/LSR 3895 9233
81 A150 COLUMBIA MO (10 NNW COU) 17/1702
CENTRAL COLUMBIA...HAIL RANGED IN SIZE FROM LSX/LSR 3895 9233
PEAS TO PING PONG BALL
82 A175 COLUMBIA MO (10 NNW COU) 17/1706
LSX/LSR 3895 9233
119 WNDG 3 S PARIS MO (43 NNE COU) 17/1709
MOBILE HOME ROOF BLOWN OFF LSX/LSR 3943 9200
83 A125 8 S HARRISBURG MO (18 NW COU) 17/1710
LSX/LSR 3903 9246
120 WNDG MONROE CITY MO (34 SW UIN) 17/1710
LARGE TREES DOWN AND POWER OUT IN DOWNTOWN LSX/LSR 3965 9173
MONROE CITY
122 WNDG MONROE CITY IL (29 SW BLV) 17/1712
SIGNIFICANT ROOF DAMAGE TO SEVERAL HOMES ON THELSX/LSR 3825 9027
SOUTH SIDE OF TOWN.
121 WNDG MONROE CITY MO (34 SW UIN) 17/1712
POWER POLES DAMAGED AND SNAPPED ALONG US 24 LSX/LSR 3965 9173
BETWEEN PARIS AND MONR
124 WNDG 8 WNW SPAULDING MO (31 SW UIN) 17/1715
2 LARGE GRAIN BINS TOTALLY DESTROYED BY HIGH LSX/LSR 3966 9167
WINDS...GRAIN ELEVATOR
123 WNDG MONROE CITY MO (34 SW UIN) 17/1715
AMATEUR RADIO TOWER BLOWN DOWN...ROOF LSX/LSR 3965 9173
DAMAGE...AND 8 INCH DI
85 A125 2 W CYRIL OK (18 NNE FSI) 17/1724
OUN/LSR 3490 9824
142 G 52 CYRIL OK (18 SW CHK) 17/1725
OUN/LSR 3490 9820
86 A275 CACHE OK (11 W FSI) 17/1729
OUN/LSR 3463 9862
125 WNDG 5 W HANNIBAL MO (21 SW UIN) 17/1730
3 SEMI TRUCKS BLOWN OVER ON HIGHWAY 36 NEAR LSX/LSR 3971 9148
WEST ELY
126 WNDG RENSSELAER MO (26 SW UIN) 17/1735
STRONG WINDS BLEW A WOODEN SWING SET APPROX 100LSX/LSR 3967 9155
YARDS
87 A175 SNYDER OK (17 E LTS) 17/1735
OUN/LSR 3466 9895
128 WNDG 1 E QUINCY IL (8 W UIN) 17/1745
16 TO 18 FOOT LONG CONTSTRUCTION TRAILER BLOWN LSX/LSR 3993 9137
SOUTH THROUGH THE FRON
127 WNDG QUINCY IL (9 W UIN) 17/1745
ROOF OF BANK BLOWN OFF AT 24TH AND KOCHS LANE. LSX/LSR 3993 9139
88 A150 LADOGA IN (29 WNW IND) 17/1748
ALSO ESTIMATED 50 MPH WINDS. IND/LSR 3992 8680
89 A150 3 N NEW ROSS IN (29 NW IND) 17/1756
ONGOING. IND/LSR 4001 8671
143 G 67 4 NE BURTON IL (0 S UIN) 17/1758
LSX/LSR 3994 9120
90 A150 2 N NEW ROSS IN (28 NW IND) 17/1800
NORTH OF I-74 AND JUST WEST OF 1000 E IND/LSR 3999 8671
129 WNDG 2 N PALMYRA MO (18 WSW UIN) 17/1805
6 INCH LIMBS DOWN AND PEA SIZE HAIL LSX/LSR 3983 9152
144 G 74 COATSBURG IL (5 NNE UIN) 17/1806
LSX/LSR 4003 9116
130 WNDG QUINCY IL (9 W UIN) 17/1814
STREET LIGHTS BLOWN DOWN AT THE INTERSECTION OFLSX/LSR 3993 9139
48TH AND BROADWAY.
145 G 78 4 ESE LORAINE IL (12 N UIN) 17/1815
NEAR INTERSECTION OF EAST 1850TH ROAD AND LSX/LSR 4014 9116
ILLINOIS ROUTE 61.
146 G 70 GOLDEN IL (13 NE UIN) 17/1823
RELAYED VIA ADAMS COUNTY EOC...EST 75-80 MPH LSX/LSR 4011 9102
WINDS
132 WNDG 4 NE BURTON IL (0 S UIN) 17/1830
TREE DAMAGE AT QUINCY AIRPORT. LSX/LSR 3994 9120
131 WNDG 5 E QUINCY IL (4 WSW UIN) 17/1830
TIME.
133 WNDG KINGSTON IL (12 SE UIN) 17/1838
ROOF COLLAPSED ON A 25 FOOT SHED. LSX/LSR 3982 9103
147 G 52 1 S FARMER CITY IL (21 SE BMI) 17/1841
NO DAMAGE ILX/LSR 4023 8864
148 G 52 1 S FARMINGTON IL (17 W PIA) 17/1841
NO DAMAGE ILX/LSR 4070 9001
134 WNDG CLAYTON IL (13 ENE UIN) 17/1853
CARPORT COLLAPSE...REPORTED BY CLAYTON FIRE LSX/LSR 4003 9096
CHIEF AND RELAYED BY A
149 G 61 2 S ELGIN OK (9 NE FSI) 17/1905
OUN/LSR 3475 9829
99 A150 RAYMOND KS (32 WNW HUT) 17/1930
ICT/LSR 3828 9841
151 G 53 4 WNW RUSH SPRINGS OK (20 S CHK) 17/1935
OUN/LSR 3480 9802
150 G 59 2 SSE CHICKASHA OK (5 SSE CHK) 17/1935
OUN/LSR 3501 9794
152 G 52 3 W GRANDFIELD OK (21 NW SPS) 17/1935
OUN/LSR 3423 9874
153 G 52 7 S CHOCTAW OK (18 E OKC) 17/1937
OUN/LSR 3538 9727
154 G 63 3 W GRANDFIELD OK (21 NW SPS) 17/1945
OUN/LSR 3423 9874
135 WNDG GOLDEN IL (13 NE UIN) 17/1946
RELAYED VIA ADAMS COUNTY EOC...POWER OUT TO AT LSX/LSR 4011 9102
LEAST A PORTION OF GOL
101 A200 3 E GRANDFIELD OK (18 NNW SPS) 17/1950
OUN/LSR 3423 9863
155 G 56 3 W GRANDFIELD OK (21 NW SPS) 17/1950
OUN/LSR 3423 9874
103 A250 3 N RUSH SPRINGS OK (18 S CHK) 17/1953
OUN/LSR 3482 9796
104 A175 5 S NINNEKAH OK (14 S CHK) 17/2001
OUN/LSR 3488 9792
156 G 61 RICHLAND IA (24 ENE OTM) 17/2010
DVN/LSR 4119 9200
105 A125 1 E COOKIETOWN OK (19 NNE SPS) 17/2018
OUN/LSR 3427 9843
107 A175 WALTERS OK (19 SSE FSI) 17/2029
OUN/LSR 3436 9831
157 G 52 LEXINGTON OK (29 SSE OKC) 17/2239
OUN/LSR 3502 9734
137 WNDG 6 SW BROKEN ARROW OK (13 S TUL) 17/2305
ROOF DAMAGE TO A HOME...TREE DAMAGE AND A BARN TSA/LSR 3599 9587
DAMAGED. THIS DAMAGE W
136 WNDG BROKEN ARROW OK (11 SSE TUL) 17/2305
4 INCH DIAMETER LIMBS ON SOUTH 145TH. TSA/LSR 3605 9579
139 WNDG SAGINAW MO (8 S JLN) 18/0106
TREE AND POWER POLES DOWN IN THE SAGINAW AREA. SGF/LSR 3702 9447
138 WNDG 6 N CARTHAGE MO (12 NE JLN) 18/0106
TREE REPORTED ACROSS THE ROAD AT COUNTY ROAD SGF/LSR 3726 9431
180 AND SUMAC RD. TIME
140 WNDG SAN ANGELO TX (5 NNE SJT) 18/0125
POWER LINES DOWN AND A LARGE TREE LIMB DOWN IN SJT/LSR 314510045
SAN ANGELO


.........OTHER SEVERE REPORTS..................OTHER SEVERE REPORTS.........

3 A100 1 S YOUNSTOWN IL (27 ESE BRL) 17/0612
REPORTED MOSTLY QUARTERS WITH STORM...TIME DVN/LSR 4065 9062
ESTIMATED FROM RADAR.
4 A100 FORT RILEY AIRFIELD KS (5 SW MHK) 17/0615
TOP/LSR 3906 9676
5 A100 3 N PROMISE CITY IA (34 S OXV) 17/0633
DMX/LSR 4079 9314
6 A100 2 NNW CENTERVILLE IA (32 SW OTM) 17/0700
HAIL FELL FROM CENTERVILLE TO 6N OF CENTERVILLEDMX/LSR 4075 9289
7 A100 1 SSW NORTH LIBERTY IA (11 SSE CID) 17/0922
MOSTLY NICKEL SIZE WITH A HANDFULL OF QUARTER DVN/LSR 4173 9162
SIZE.
8 A100 PLEASANT PLAIN IA (29 E OTM) 17/0944
BEGAN AT 1044 AM DVN/LSR 4115 9186
9 A100 6 S WASHINGTON IA (39 E OTM) 17/0948
TIME ESTIMATED FROM RADAR. DVN/LSR 4121 9169
10 A100 3 NNE HAMPSHIRE IL (29 E RFD) 17/1035
LOT/LSR 4214 8851
11 A100 NORTH BARRINGTON IL (34 NW CGX) 17/1114
TIME ESTIMATED BASED ON RADAR DATA. LOT/LSR 4221 8813
13 A100 MAGNOLIA KY (49 NE BWG) 17/1130
LMK/LSR 3745 8575
12 A100 3 SSW TONNIEVILLE KY (42 S SDF) 17/1130
LMK/LSR 3756 8582
14 A100 3 S BUTTERMILK KS (41 WNW AVK) 17/1140
DDC/LSR 3706 9934
LOT/LSR 4223 8833
18 A100 9 SSW ST. JOHN KS (41 NNW P28) 17/1230
DDC/LSR 3788 9882
19 A100 KIRKSVILLE MO (6 NNW IRK) 17/1237
EAX/LSR 4020 9258
21 A100 GEORGETOWN IN (14 WNW SDF) 17/1340
LMK/LSR 3830 8597
22 A100 BOWEN IL (19 NNE UIN) 17/1342
DVN/LSR 4023 9106
23 A100 4 S COLCHESTER IL (33 SSE BRL) 17/1345
PEA TO QUARTER. MAY BE UP TO HALF DOLLAR. DVN/LSR 4037 9079
24 A100 4 WSW MACOMB IL (28 SE BRL) 17/1355
DVN/LSR 4046 9076
25 A100 5 SE OSCEOLA MO (50 S SZL) 17/1402
SGF/LSR 3799 9365
26 A100 ENGLISH IN (40 WNW SDF) 17/1405
LMK/LSR 3833 8646
27 A100 6 NW CUBA IL (31 WSW PIA) 17/1424
ILX/LSR 4055 9027
28 A100 8 S WARSAW MO (41 SSE SZL) 17/1425
SGF/LSR 3813 9340
29 A100 BOWEN IL (19 NNE UIN) 17/1426
DVN/LSR 4023 9106
30 A100 COWDEN OK (26 ESE CSM) 17/1428
OUN/LSR 3525 9872
32 A100 4 S WARSAW MO (38 SSE SZL) 17/1433
SGF/LSR 3818 9337
33 A100 SPRING GARDEN AL (29 E GAD) 17/1438
QUARTER SIZE HAIL IN SPRING GARDEN. BMX/LSR 3397 8555
PEA TO QUARTER SIZE DVN/LSR 4024 9095
35 A100 2 S FORNEY AL (25 SW RMG) 17/1442
QUARTER SIZE HAIL SOUTH OF FOURNEY. BMX/LSR 3406 8546
38 A100 SEDALIA MO (17 E SZL) 17/1451
EAX/LSR 3870 9323
39 A100 3 SW INMAN KS (9 NNE HUT) 17/1455
ICT/LSR 3820 9781
41 A100 SEDALIA MO (17 E SZL) 17/1456
EAX/LSR 3870 9323
TIME. RELAYED BY COOP
TIME. RELAYED BY COOP
44 A100 4 SSW IRVINGTON KY (39 SW SDF) 17/1502
LMK/LSR 3783 8631
45 A100 MANITOU OK (18 ESE LTS) 17/1510
OUN/LSR 3451 9898
47 A100 CUBA IL (28 WSW PIA) 17/1517
ILX/LSR 4049 9019
48 A100 6 SW STOVER MO (34 SE SZL) 17/1520
SGF/LSR 3838 9307
49 A100 NASHVILLE IN (19 E BMG) 17/1525
OCCURRED AT THE WEST ENTRANCE TO BROWN COUNTY IND/LSR 3920 8624
50 A100 STOVER MO (35 ESE SZL) 17/1532
SGF/LSR 3844 9299
52 A100 5 N HUNTSVILLE MO (40 S IRK) 17/1534
DELAYED REPORT EAX/LSR 3951 9254
53 A100 HUNTSVILLE MO (44 S IRK) 17/1536
REPORTED BY PUBLIC THROUGH BROADCAST MEDIA EAX/LSR 3944 9254
55 A100 3 S PRINCES LAKES IN (28 ENE BMG) 17/1546
IND/LSR 3931 8611
58 A100 FRANKLIN IN (19 SE IND) 17/1607
OVER THE LAST 5-10 MINUTES. IND/LSR 3949 8606
60 A100 HUNTSVILLE MO (44 S IRK) 17/1610
NICKEL TO QUARTER SIZE HAIL REPORTED NORTH SIDEEAX/LSR 3944 9254
OF HUNTSVILLE, WITH PE
71 A100 4 N FLORENCE MO (31 E SZL) 17/1650
SYDOW FARMS REPORTING LOTS OF QUARTER SIZE SGF/LSR 3865 9298
HAILSTONE
73 A100 PARIS MO (46 NNE COU) 17/1652
LSX/LSR 3948 9200
75 A100 COLUMBIA MO (10 NNW COU) 17/1654
LSX/LSR 3895 9233
76 A100 COLUMBIA MO (10 NNW COU) 17/1656
LSX/LSR 3895 9233
77 A100 ELK CITY OK (12 WNW CSM) 17/1659
OUN/LSR 3541 9942
84 A100 3 SW HARRISBURG MO (24 NW COU) 17/1721
LSX/LSR 3911 9250
92 A100 WASHINGTON IL (12 E PIA) 17/1810
ILX/LSR 4070 8944
91 A100 THORNTOWN IN (25 SE LAF) 17/1810
IND/LSR 4013 8661
93 A100 MOBERLY MO (42 NNW COU) 17/1840
PEA TO QUARTER SIZE HAIL EAX/LSR 3942 9244
94 A100 2 W CYRIL OK (18 NNE FSI) 17/1845
OUN/LSR 3490 9824
95 A100 4 NW NORMAN OK (10 SSE OKC) 17/1900
OUN/LSR 3526 9749
96 A100 2 S ELGIN OK (9 NE FSI) 17/1905
OUN/LSR 3475 9829
97 A100 4 NNE DAVIDSON OK (26 SSE LTS) 17/1918
OUN/LSR 3430 9905
98 A100 TINKER AIR FORCE BASE OK (11 E OKC) 17/1920
OUN/LSR 3542 9739
100 A100 LYONS KS (25 NW HUT) 17/1948
ICT/LSR 3835 9820
102 A100 3 N RUSH SPRINGS OK (18 S CHK) 17/1952
OUN/LSR 3482 9796
106 A100 6 N COOKIETOWN OK (19 S FSI) 17/2026
OUN/LSR 3436 9845
108 A100 6 N MEEKER OK (9 SSW CQB) 17/2109
OUN/LSR 3559 9689
109 A100 5 SSW MARLOW OK (23 ESE FSI) 17/2130
OUN/LSR 3457 9800
110 A100 10 S TULSA OK (13 S TUL) 17/2255
151 ST AND LEWIS AREA IN TULSA TSA/LSR 3599 9592
111 A100 SENECA MO (17 NNE GMJ) 18/0050
SGF/LSR 3684 9461
112 A100 HARRIET TX (16 NE SJT) 18/0135
SJT/LSR 315510032


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04-18-2013, 07:01 AM
Post: #25
SVR WX APR 17-18, 2013- SOUTHERN PLAINS AND DEEP SOUTH
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URGENT - IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED
TORNADO WATCH NUMBER 122
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
545 AM CDT THU APR 18 2013


Quote: THE NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER HAS ISSUED A

* TORNADO WATCH FOR PORTIONS OF
WEST CENTRAL ILLINOIS
EAST CENTRAL MISSOURI

* EFFECTIVE THIS THURSDAY MORNING FROM 545 AM UNTIL 1100 AM CDT.

* PRIMARY THREATS INCLUDE...
SEVERAL TORNADOES POSSIBLE
SEVERAL DAMAGING WIND GUSTS TO 70 MPH POSSIBLE
A FEW LARGE HAIL EVENTS TO 1.5 INCHES IN DIAMETER POSSIBLE

THE TORNADO WATCH AREA IS APPROXIMATELY ALONG AND 45 STATUTE
MILES EAST AND WEST OF A LINE FROM 15 MILES SOUTHEAST OF
FARMINGTON MISSOURI TO 45 MILES NORTH NORTHEAST OF ALTON
ILLINOIS. FOR A COMPLETE DEPICTION OF THE WATCH SEE THE
ASSOCIATED WATCH OUTLINE UPDATE (WOUS64 KWNS WOU2).

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

REMEMBER...A TORNADO WATCH MEANS CONDITIONS ARE FAVORABLE FOR
TORNADOES AND SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS IN AND CLOSE TO THE WATCH
AREA. PERSONS IN THESE AREAS SHOULD BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR
THREATENING WEATHER CONDITIONS AND LISTEN FOR LATER STATEMENTS
AND POSSIBLE WARNINGS.

&&

OTHER WATCH INFORMATION...CONTINUE...WW 120...WW 121...

DISCUSSION...A SMALL CLUSTER OF THUNDERSTORMS IS INCREASING TO THE
SOUTHWEST OF STL. THESE STORMS HAVE BEGUN SHOWING SUPERCELL
STRUCTURES. VERY STRONG LOW LEVEL VERTICAL SHEAR COMBINED WITH
SUFFICIENT INSTABILITY MAY POSE A RISK OF DAMAGING WINDS AND
ISOLATED TORNADOES THIS MORNING AS THESE STORMS SPREAD ACROSS THE
WATCH AREA.

AVIATION...TORNADOES AND A FEW SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WITH HAIL
SURFACE AND ALOFT TO 1.5 INCHES. EXTREME TURBULENCE AND SURFACE
WIND GUSTS TO 60 KNOTS. A FEW CUMULONIMBI WITH MAXIMUM TOPS TO
500. MEAN STORM MOTION VECTOR 23035.


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04-18-2013, 07:12 AM
Post: #26
SVR WX APR 17-18, 2013- SOUTHERN PLAINS AND DEEP SOUTH
BULLETIN - EAS ACTIVATION REQUESTED
TORNADO WARNING
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
626 AM CDT THU APR 18 2013
Quote:THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN SPRINGFIELD HAS ISSUED A

* TORNADO WARNING FOR...
EASTERN TANEY COUNTY IN SOUTHWEST MISSOURI...

* UNTIL 700 AM CDT

* AT 622 AM CDT...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING A
TORNADO WAS LOCATED OVER NORTHERN BOONE COUNTY...AND MOVING
NORTHEAST AT 45 MPH.

HAZARD...DEVELOPING TORNADO.

SOURCE...RADAR INDICATED ROTATION.

IMPACT...MOBILE HOMES WILL BE HEAVILY DAMAGED OR DESTROYED.
SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE TO ROOFS...WINDOWS AND VEHICLES WILL
OCCUR. FLYING DEBRIS WILL BE DEADLY TO PEOPLE AND ANIMALS.
EXTENSIVE TREE DAMAGE IS LIKELY.

* LOCATIONS IMPACTED INCLUDE...
PROTEM AND RUETER.

THIS WARNING ALSO INCLUDES BULL SHOALS LAKE.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

TAKE COVER NOW. MOVE TO AN INTERIOR ROOM ON THE LOWEST FLOOR OF A
STURDY BUILDING. AVOID WINDOWS. IF IN A MOBILE HOME...A VEHICLE OR
OUTDOORS...MOVE TO THE CLOSEST SUBSTANTIAL SHELTER AND PROTECT
YOURSELF FROM FLYING DEBRIS.

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04-18-2013, 07:13 AM
Post: #27
SVR WX APR 17-18, 2013- SOUTHERN PLAINS AND DEEP SOUTH
BULLETIN - EAS ACTIVATION REQUESTED
TORNADO WARNING
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
707 AM CDT THU APR 18 2013
Quote:THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN LITTLE ROCK HAS ISSUED A

* TORNADO WARNING FOR...
NORTHWESTERN BOONE COUNTY IN NORTH CENTRAL ARKANSAS...

* UNTIL 715 AM CDT

* AT 704 AM CDT...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED A
SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING A TORNADO. THIS SEVERE
STORM WAS LOCATED 3 MILES SOUTHEAST OF ROBERSON HOLLOW...OR 12
MILES NORTHEAST OF GREEN FOREST. DOPPLER RADAR SHOWED THIS SEVERE
STORM MOVING NORTHEAST AT 45 MPH.

* LOCATIONS IN THE PATH OF THIS DANGEROUS STORM INCLUDE...
ROBERSON HOLLOW... OMAHA... BURLINGTON...
SHAW LAKE DAM... CRICKET... CREST...

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

TAKE COVER NOW. MOVE TO AN INTERIOR ROOM ON THE LOWEST FLOOR OF A
STURDY BUILDING. AVOID WINDOWS. IF IN A MOBILE HOME...A VEHICLE OR
OUTDOORS...MOVE TO THE CLOSEST SUBSTANTIAL SHELTER AND PROTECT
YOURSELF FROM FLYING DEBRIS.

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04-18-2013, 07:14 AM
Post: #28
SVR WX APR 17-18, 2013- SOUTHERN PLAINS AND DEEP SOUTH
BULLETIN - EAS ACTIVATION REQUESTED
TORNADO WARNING
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
708 AM CDT THU APR 18 2013
Quote:THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN SPRINGFIELD HAS ISSUED A

* TORNADO WARNING FOR...
SOUTHERN TANEY COUNTY IN SOUTHWEST MISSOURI...

* UNTIL 745 AM CDT

* AT 704 AM CDT...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING A
TORNADO WAS LOCATED OVER NORTHWESTERN BOONE COUNTY...AND MOVING
NORTHEAST AT 40 MPH.

HAZARD...DEVELOPING TORNADO.

SOURCE...RADAR INDICATED ROTATION.

IMPACT...MOBILE HOMES WILL BE HEAVILY DAMAGED OR DESTROYED.
SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE TO ROOFS...WINDOWS AND VEHICLES WILL
OCCUR. FLYING DEBRIS WILL BE DEADLY TO PEOPLE AND ANIMALS.
EXTENSIVE TREE DAMAGE IS LIKELY.

* LOCATIONS IMPACTED INCLUDE...
RIDGEDALE.

THIS WARNING ALSO INCLUDES BULL SHOALS LAKE AND TABLE ROCK LAKE.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

TAKE COVER NOW. MOVE TO AN INTERIOR ROOM ON THE LOWEST FLOOR OF A
STURDY BUILDING. AVOID WINDOWS. IF IN A MOBILE HOME...A VEHICLE OR
OUTDOORS...MOVE TO THE CLOSEST SUBSTANTIAL SHELTER AND PROTECT
YOURSELF FROM FLYING DEBRIS.

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SVR WX APR 17-18, 2013- SOUTHERN PLAINS AND DEEP SOUTH
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Post: #30
SVR WX APR 17-18, 2013- SOUTHERN PLAINS AND DEEP SOUTH
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URGENT - IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED
TORNADO WATCH NUMBER 125
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
925 AM CDT THU APR 18 2013


Quote: THE NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER HAS ISSUED A

* TORNADO WATCH FOR PORTIONS OF
CENTRAL AND EASTERN ARKANSAS
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
SOUTHWESTERN INDIANA
WESTERN KENTUCKY
SOUTHEASTERN MISSOURI

* EFFECTIVE THIS THURSDAY MORNING AND AFTERNOON FROM 925 AM UNTIL
500 PM CDT.

* PRIMARY THREATS INCLUDE...
SEVERAL TORNADOES LIKELY WITH A FEW INTENSE TORNADOES POSSIBLE
SEVERAL DAMAGING WIND GUSTS LIKELY WITH A FEW SIGNIFICANT GUSTS
TO 75 MPH POSSIBLE

THE TORNADO WATCH AREA IS APPROXIMATELY ALONG AND 90 STATUTE
MILES EAST AND WEST OF A LINE FROM 40 MILES EAST NORTHEAST OF
MOUNT VERNON ILLINOIS TO 40 MILES SOUTH SOUTHEAST OF HOT SPRINGS
ARKANSAS. FOR A COMPLETE DEPICTION OF THE WATCH SEE THE
ASSOCIATED WATCH OUTLINE UPDATE (WOUS64 KWNS WOU5).

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

REMEMBER...A TORNADO WATCH MEANS CONDITIONS ARE FAVORABLE FOR
TORNADOES AND SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS IN AND CLOSE TO THE WATCH
AREA. PERSONS IN THESE AREAS SHOULD BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR
THREATENING WEATHER CONDITIONS AND LISTEN FOR LATER STATEMENTS
AND POSSIBLE WARNINGS.

&&

OTHER WATCH INFORMATION...CONTINUE...WW 122...WW 123...WW 124...

DISCUSSION...QUASI-LINEAR BAND OF TSTMS WITH EMBEDDED LEWP/BOW
FORMATIONS IS EXPECTED TO PROCEED EWD 20-25 KT ACROSS WW AREA WITH
EMBEDDED ELEMENTS MOVING MORE RAPIDLY NEWD...ROUGHLY 40 KT. GIVEN
LACK OF CINH EVIDENT IN 12Z LZK RAOB...DEVELOPMENT OF SUPERCELLS
AND/OR LINE SEGMENTS AHEAD OF INITIAL/PRIMARY CONVECTION CANNOT BE
RULED OUT AS WELL. WARM SECTOR IS FCST TO DESTABILIZE STEADILY
THROUGHOUT DAYLIGHT HOURS IN PRESENCE OF FAVORABLE DEEP SHEAR.

AVIATION...TORNADOES AND A FEW SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WITH HAIL
SURFACE AND ALOFT TO 1.5 INCHES. EXTREME TURBULENCE AND SURFACE
WIND GUSTS TO 65 KNOTS. A FEW CUMULONIMBI WITH MAXIMUM TOPS TO
500. MEAN STORM MOTION VECTOR 22040.

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