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PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT...SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE EASTERN ND/GRAND FORKS ND
301 PM CDT MON SEP 22 2014

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

0558 PM     HAIL             4 SW PEMBINA            48.93N 97.31W
09/19/2014  E1.25 INCH       PEMBINA            ND   FIRE DEPT/RESCUE

            CRACKED WINDSHIELD ON FIRE TRUCK AND SOME OF THE BUBBLE
            LIGHTS. LARGE AMOUNTS OF HAIL FROM NICKLES UP TO HALF
            DOLLAR...GROUND WHITE WITH HAIL.

0605 PM     TSTM WND DMG     4 S PEMBINA             48.91N 97.25W
09/19/2014                   PEMBINA            ND   NWS STORM SURVEY

            NUMEROUS LARGE 6 TO 8 INCH DIAMETER TREE BRANCHES BROKEN
            DOWN IN A FARMYARD AND EASTWARD TO THE RED RIVER.

0610 PM     HAIL             PEMBINA                 48.97N 97.25W
09/19/2014  E1.75 INCH       PEMBINA            ND   CO-OP OBSERVER

            SIGNIFIACNT TREE AND PROPERTY DAMAGE REPORTED

0619 PM     TORNADO          1 NW NORTHCOTE          48.86N 97.02W
09/19/2014  F2               KITTSON            MN   NWS STORM SURVEY

            THIS TORNADO TRACKED FOR NEARLY 10 MILES TO AROUND 3
            MILES SOUTH SOUTHWEST OF LANCASTER BY 640 PM CDT. THIS
            TORNADO SNAPPED OR UPROOTED NUMEROUS TREES ALONG ITS
            PATH. SEVERAL FARM OUTBUILDINGS...STEEL GRAIN BINS AND A
            STEEL POLE SHED WERE COMPLETELY DESTROYED. ONE FARMSTEAD
            SIZED /SMALLER/ WOODEN GRAIN ELEVATOR WAS COMPLETELY
            DISMANTLED AND SECTIONS WERE THROWN DOZENS OF YARDS.

            MULTIPLE POWER POLES WERE SNAPPED AT MULTIPLE LOCATIONS.
            PEAK WINDS ESTIMATED TO 130 MPH. PEAK WIDTH TO 500 YARDS.

0620 PM     HAIL             4 SE HUMBOLDT           48.88N 97.03W
09/19/2014  E1.25 INCH       KITTSON            MN   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            QUARTER TO HALF DOLLAR

0622 PM     FUNNEL CLOUD     8 NW HALLOCK            48.85N 97.07W
09/19/2014                   KITTSON            MN   TRAINED SPOTTER

0627 PM     TSTM WND DMG     5 NNE HALLOCK           48.83N 96.90W
09/19/2014                   KITTSON            MN   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE REPORTED TO A BARN... STEEL POLE SHED
            AND NUMEROUS TREES AT A FARMSTEAD LOCATED ABOUT 3 MILES
            EAST OF NORTHCOTE.

0630 PM     HAIL             5 NNE HALLOCK           48.83N 96.90W
09/19/2014  E2.50 INCH       KITTSON            MN   NWS STORM SURVEY

            LARGE TORNADO VIEWED APPROACHING FARMSTEAD FROM WEST.
            TENNIS BALL SIZED HAIL FOLLOWED TORNADO.

0705 PM     TSTM WND DMG     5 ENE LAKE BRONSON      48.76N 96.56W
09/19/2014                   KITTSON            MN   NWS STORM SURVEY

            NUMEROUS LARGE BRANCHES AND TREE TRUNKS WERE SNAPPED
            ACROSS PORTIONS OF SOUTHEAST PERCY TOWNSHIP.

0710 PM     HAIL             14 NNE KARLSTAD         48.77N 96.40W
09/19/2014  E1.50 INCH       ROSEAU             MN   PUBLIC

            VIA SOCIAL MEDIA. TIME APPROXIMATE BASED ON RADAR AND
            PHOTO TIME.

0715 PM     TSTM WND DMG     9 E LAKE BRONSON        48.73N 96.47W
09/19/2014                   KITTSON            MN   NWS STORM SURVEY

            SEVERAL LARGE 4 TO 6 INCH DIAMETER BRANCHES BROKEN DOWN
            IN AREA SHELTERBELTS.

0721 PM     TORNADO          9 W GREENBUSH           48.70N 96.38W
09/19/2014  F1               ROSEAU             MN   NWS STORM SURVEY

            THIS TORNADO TRACKED FOR NEARLY 7 MILES TO AROUND 4 MILES
            WEST OF GREENBUSH BY 736 PM CDT. THE TORNADO SNAPPED OR
            UPROOTED NUMEROUS TREES ALONG ITS PATH... DESTROYED 2
            STEEL GRAIN BINS AT ONE FARMSTEAD AND SEVERALLY DAMAGED 3
            MORE AT SUBSEQUENT FARMSTEADS. STEEL ROOFING PANELS AND
            DOORS WERE TORN OFF OF POLE SHEDS AND FLUNG DOZENS OF
            YARDS. PEAK WINDS ESTIMATED TO 100 MPH. MAXIMUM WIDTH
            ESTIMATED TO 300 YARDS.

0728 PM     TSTM WND GST     7 W GREENBUSH           48.70N 96.34W
09/19/2014  M93.00 MPH       ROSEAU             MN   MESONET

            PEAK WINDS MEASURED BY THE NDAWN STATION LOCATED ALONG
            CR4. WINDS LIKELY INDUCED BY PASSING TORNADO.

0730 PM     HAIL             1 N GREENBUSH           48.71N 96.18W
09/19/2014  E1.00 INCH       ROSEAU             MN   PUBLIC

0735 PM     HAIL             GREENBUSH               48.70N 96.18W
09/19/2014  E2.75 INCH       ROSEAU             MN   NWS STORM SURVEY

0736 PM     FUNNEL CLOUD     4 WNW GREENBUSH         48.72N 96.26W
09/19/2014                   ROSEAU             MN   TRAINED SPOTTER

            VERY LARGE ROTATION ESTIMATED AT LEAST 1 MILE ACROSS

0740 PM     HAIL             2 SW GREENBUSH          48.68N 96.21W
09/19/2014  E1.75 INCH       ROSEAU             MN   PUBLIC

            WIND DRIVEN HAIL BROKE SEVERAL WINDOWS.

0759 PM     HAIL             6 SE GREENBUSH          48.64N 96.09W
09/19/2014  M1.50 INCH       ROSEAU             MN   PUBLIC

            HAIL UP TO PING PONG SIZE LASTED 5 MINUTES.

0840 PM     TSTM WND DMG     2 N WARROAD             48.94N 95.32W
09/19/2014                   ROSEAU             MN   TRAINED SPOTTER

            NUMEROUS TREES 6 INCHES IN DIAMETER AND LARGER WERE
            BROKEN DOWN ACROSS NORTHERN LAKE WEST AND LAKE EAST
            TOWNSHIPS. ONE POWER POLE WAS BLOWN OUT BY LIGHTNING AND
            POWER LINES WERE TAKEN DOWN AT MULTIPLE LOCATIONS.


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