Public Information Statement
Issued by NWS Louisville, KY
NOUS43 KLMK 112107 AAA
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
505 PM EDT Mon May 11 2015
...NWS Damage Survey for May 10 2015 Thunderstorm Wind Event...
.Straight Line Wind Damage in Orange County...
.Orange County Indiana
Peak Wind: Estimated 70 to 75 mph
Path Length/Statue/: 0.9 mile
Path Width/Maximum/: Intermittent 0.5 mile
Start Date: May 10 2015
Start Time: 4:40 PM EDT
Start Location: 2.2 miles N of Paoli
Start Lat/Lon: 38.5906 / -86.4635
End Date: May 10 2015
End Times: 4:42 PM EDT
End Location: 2.3 miles NNE of Paoli
End Lat/Lon: 38.5890 / -86.4472
Sporadic straight line wind damage occurred from a pulse storm that
went through the northern half of Orange County on Mothers Day. The
damage began between the north side of the Paoli Airport to Doan
Road and eastward across Highway 37 towards County Road 50E.
Several trees were snapped and or toppled. At 2266 North State Road
37...a 1700 pound horse trailer was flipped over, and a garage
sustained considerable damage. At 2383 North County Road 50 East a
smaller part of a side by side large garage sustained significant
wind damage along with some shingle and tree damage.
Radar reflectivity and velocity signatures compliment the ground
survey crew assessment of straight line winds.
The National Weather Service would like to thank Orange County
Emergency Manager Rick Emerick for his assistance with the survey.
We would also like to thank meteorologist Geoffrey Sego and TV
Meteorologist John Belski for their help with the survey too.
Note: The information in this statement is preliminary and subject to
change pending final review of the event and publication in NWS
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