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PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT...SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE EASTERN ND/GRAND FORKS ND
304 PM CDT TUE SEP 09 2014

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

0255 AM     HAIL             KINDRED                 46.65N 97.02W
09/04/2014  M1.00 INCH       CASS               ND   PUBLIC

0258 AM     HAIL             8 S ECKELSON            46.82N 98.33W
09/04/2014  M2.50 INCH       BARNES             ND   PUBLIC

            RELAYED VIA MEDIA PARTNER FACEBOOK PICTURE

0302 AM     HAIL             CHRISTINE               46.58N 96.81W
09/04/2014  M1.75 INCH       RICHLAND           ND   PUBLIC

            RELAYED VIA MEDIA PARTNER FACEBOOK PICTURE

0315 AM     TSTM WND GST     VALLEY CITY             46.92N 98.01W
09/04/2014  M45.00 MPH       BARNES             ND   AWOS

0315 AM     TSTM WND DMG     2 SW ALICE              46.74N 97.59W
09/04/2014                   CASS               ND   PUBLIC

            FOUR TO SIX INCH DIAMETER TREE BRANCHES BLOWN DOWN IN
            YARD.

0326 AM     TORNADO          10 SSW VALLEY CITY      46.79N 98.09W
09/04/2014  F0               BARNES             ND   PUBLIC

            A TORNADO TRACKED FOR A MILE OR SO... CROSSING STATE
            HIGHWAY 1 IN NORTHEAST SKANDIA TOWNSHIP TO AROUND 9 SSW
            OF VALLEY CITY BY 328 AM CDT. A 30 YARD WIDE PATH WAS
            EVIDENT IN A NEARBY FIELD AND SEVERAL LARGE BRANCHES WERE
            BROKEN DOWN IN A SHELTER BELT AND TOSSED A HUNDRED YARDS
            OR MORE DOWNWIND. PEAK WINDS ESTIMATED TO 80 MPH. MAXIMUM
            WIDTH ESTIMATED TO 30 YARDS.

0330 AM     LIGHTNING        DORSET                  46.96N 94.95W
09/04/2014                   HUBBARD            MN   NEWSPAPER

            LIGHTNING IGNITED A FIRE THAT DESTROYED ONE RESTAURANT
            AND BADLY DAMAGED A SECOND NEIGHBORING RESTAURANT.

0345 AM     HAIL             BARNESVILLE             46.65N 96.42W
09/04/2014  M1.75 INCH       CLAY               MN   PUBLIC

            RELAYED VIA MEDIA PARTNERS FACEBOOK PICTURE

0350 AM     TSTM WND DMG     6 N LEONARD             46.74N 97.25W
09/04/2014                   CASS               ND   PUBLIC

            TREES DOWN ON ROAD.

0410 AM     HAIL             8 E ENDERLIN            46.62N 97.43W
09/04/2014  M1.75 INCH       RANSOM             ND   PUBLIC

0415 AM     TSTM WND DMG     WOLVERTON               46.56N 96.74W
09/04/2014                   WILKIN             MN   PUBLIC

            TREES DOWN IN TOWN...RELAYED BY MEDIA PARTNERS FACEBOOK
            PICTURE

0417 AM     TORNADO          LEONARD                 46.65N 97.25W
09/04/2014  F1               CASS               ND   PUBLIC

            A TORNADO WRAPPED IN DOWNBURST WINDS AND HEAVY RAINS
            TRACKED INTERMITTENTLY FOR ABOUT 11 MILES TO AROUND 1
            MILE SOUTHEAST OF KINDRED BY 435 AM CDT. BRICK FACING AND
            ROOFING MATERIAL WAS TORN OFF A BUILDING IN LEONARD.
            NUMEROUS LARGE 2 FOOT DIAMETER COTTONWOOD AND OAK TREES
            WERE BLOWN OVER OR SNAPPED ALONG THIS PATH... AT
            FARMSTEADS AND SHELTER BELTS ALONG AND NORTH OF HIGHWAY
            46. PEAK WINDS ESTIMATED TO 100 MPH. MAXIMUM WIDTH
            ESTIMATED TO 250 YARDS.

0430 AM     TSTM WND DMG     1 S KINDRED             46.64N 97.02W
09/04/2014                   CASS               ND   BROADCAST MEDIA

            TEN LARGE OAK TREES BLOWN DOWN.

0448 AM     TORNADO          2 NNE ROTHSAY           46.50N 96.27W
09/04/2014  F2               OTTER TAIL         MN   NWS STORM SURVEY

            A TORNADO TRACKED INTERMITTENTLY FOR ABOUT 2 MILES TO
            AROUND 3NW OF ROTHSAY BY 452 AM CDT. THIS TORNADO LEFT A
            TRACK IN CORN AND GRAIN FIELDS. IT TORE DOWN NUMEROUS 2
            TO 3 FOOT DIAMETER HARDWOOD TREES AND TORE SHINGLES...
            ROOFING AND SIDING OFF A HOUSE. PEAK WINDS ESTIMATED TO
            120 MPH. MAXIMUM WIDTH ESTIMATED TO 200 YARDS.

0455 AM     HAIL             2 N NEW YORK MILLS      46.55N 95.37W
09/04/2014  M2.75 INCH       OTTER TAIL         MN   PUBLIC

            RELAYED VIA FACEBOOK

0500 AM     HAIL             3 S NEW YORK MILLS      46.48N 95.37W
09/04/2014  M3.00 INCH       OTTER TAIL         MN   PUBLIC

            MEASURING 3.25 INCHES IN POSTED FACEBOOK PICTURE

0500 AM     HEAVY RAIN       MOORHEAD                46.86N 96.76W
09/04/2014  M1.66 INCH       CLAY               MN   CO-OP OBSERVER

0500 AM     HEAVY RAIN       SABIN                   46.78N 96.65W
09/04/2014  M2.13 INCH       CLAY               MN   CO-OP OBSERVER

0500 AM     HAIL             STAR LAKE               46.53N 95.81W
09/04/2014  M1.00 INCH       OTTER TAIL         MN   PUBLIC

0500 AM     FLASH FLOOD      FARGO                   46.88N 96.82W
09/04/2014                   CASS               ND   BROADCAST MEDIA

            NUMEROUS STREETS CLOSED DUE FLOODING. WATER UP TO 4 FEET
            DEEP.

0530 AM     HAIL             PELICAN RAPIDS          46.57N 96.09W
09/04/2014  M2.75 INCH       OTTER TAIL         MN   PUBLIC

            RELAYED FROM MEDIA PARTNERS FACEBOOK

0530 AM     FLASH FLOOD      MOORHEAD                46.86N 96.76W
09/04/2014                   CLAY               MN   PUBLIC

            FLOODED STREETS IN SOUTH MOORHEAD

0530 AM     HAIL             PELICAN RAPIDS          46.57N 96.09W
09/04/2014  M2.75 INCH       OTTER TAIL         MN   PUBLIC

0534 AM     TSTM WND GST     FERGUS FALLS            46.28N 96.07W
09/04/2014  M52.00 MPH       OTTER TAIL         MN   AWOS

0542 AM     TORNADO          2 SSW NEW YORK MILLS    46.49N 95.39W
09/04/2014  F1               OTTER TAIL         MN   TRAINED SPOTTER

            A TORNADO WRAPPED IN DOWNBURST WINDS AND HEAVY RAIN
            TRACKED INTERMITTENTLY FOR ABOUT 2 MILES ACROSS
            EASTCENTRAL NEWTON TOWNSHIP...TO ABOUT 1SE OF NEW YORK
            MILLS BY 545 AM CDT. THE TORNADO KNOCKED DOWN NUMEROUS
            TREES OR LARGE TREE BRANCHES ALONG ITS ROUTE...BROKE A
            FEW POWER POLES AND OVERTURNED A HAYRACK. PEAK WINDS
            ESTIMATED TO 95 MPH. MAXIMUM WIDTH ESTIMATED TO 250
            YARDS.

0545 AM     HAIL             3 W DENT                46.55N 95.78W
09/04/2014  M2.50 INCH       OTTER TAIL         MN   BROADCAST MEDIA

            THE HAIL FELL AT BIG MCDONALD LAKE.

0550 AM     TSTM WND GST     BATTLE LAKE             46.29N 95.72W
09/04/2014  E65.00 MPH       OTTER TAIL         MN   NEWSPAPER

            A TRUCK WAS BLOWN OFF HIGHWAY 210 NEAR BATTLE LAKE.

0557 AM     HAIL             NEW YORK MILLS          46.52N 95.37W
09/04/2014  M1.75 INCH       OTTER TAIL         MN   PUBLIC

            RELAYED VIA FACEBOOK

0600 AM     FLASH FLOOD      BARNESVILLE             46.65N 96.42W
09/04/2014                   CLAY               MN   PUBLIC

            WIDESPREAD STREET FLOODING. FLOWING WATER A FOOT OR MORE
            DEEP WAS REPORTED IN AREAS.

0615 AM     TSTM WND DMG     WADENA                  46.44N 95.13W
09/04/2014                   WADENA             MN   TRAINED SPOTTER

            MEASURED WIND GUST TO 72 MPH. LARGE NUMBER OF TREES DOWN
            IN THE CITY. LIGHT POLES DOWN. TREES ON ROOFS OF HOMES.

0615 AM     TSTM WND GST     VERNDALE                46.40N 95.01W
09/04/2014  M84.00 MPH       WADENA             MN   MESONET

            MEASURED ON MNDOT RWIS.

0628 AM     TSTM WND GST     10 E VERNDALE           46.40N 94.80W
09/04/2014  M79.00 MPH       WADENA             MN   AWOS

            MEASUREMENT AT STAPLES AIRPORT

0630 AM     FLASH FLOOD      2 E WOLVERTON           46.56N 96.69W
09/04/2014                   WILKIN             MN   PUBLIC

            SEVERAL FARM ACCESS ROADS AND FIELDS WERE FLOODED ACROSS
            WOLVERTON TOWNSHIP.

0645 AM     HEAVY RAIN       WADENA                  46.44N 95.13W
09/04/2014  M2.38 INCH       WADENA             MN   TRAINED SPOTTER

            STORM TOTAL.

0700 AM     FLASH FLOOD      2 NW LAWNDALE           46.58N 96.39W
09/04/2014                   WILKIN             MN   TRAINED SPOTTER

            NUMEROUS FIELDS AND FARM ACCESS ROADS ACROSS ATHERTON AND
            PRAIRIE VIEW TOWNSHIP WERE FLOODED.

0700 AM     FLASH FLOOD      PELICAN RAPIDS          46.57N 96.09W
09/04/2014                   OTTER TAIL         MN   BROADCAST MEDIA

            WIDEPREAD STREET FLOODING OCCURRED ...ALONG WITH FLOODING
            TO NEARBY FIELDS AND RURAL ACCESS ROADS.

0704 AM     FLASH FLOOD      2 SW CASSELTON          46.88N 97.24W
09/04/2014                   CASS               ND   BROADCAST MEDIA

            WATER 1 TO 3 FEET DEEP ON I-94 NEAR THE CASSELTON
            RAILROAD BRIDGE

0704 AM     HEAVY RAIN       NEW YORK MILLS          46.52N 95.37W
09/04/2014  M3.35 INCH       OTTER TAIL         MN   CO-OP OBSERVER

            STORM TOTAL

0743 AM     HEAVY RAIN       SEBEKA                  46.63N 95.09W
09/04/2014  M3.02 INCH       WADENA             MN   CO-OP OBSERVER

            STORM TOTAL

0824 AM     HEAVY RAIN       CHAFFEE                 46.77N 97.35W
09/04/2014  M2.43 INCH       CASS               ND   CO-OP OBSERVER

            STORM TOTAL

0824 AM     HEAVY RAIN       ROTHSAY                 46.47N 96.29W
09/04/2014  M1.02 INCH       WILKIN             MN   CO-OP OBSERVER

            STORM TOTAL

0830 AM     HEAVY RAIN       KINDRED                 46.65N 97.02W
09/04/2014  M3.97 INCH       CASS               ND   PUBLIC

            STORM TOTAL

0906 AM     HEAVY RAIN       MAPLETON                46.89N 97.05W
09/04/2014  M4.10 INCH       CASS               ND   CO-OP OBSERVER

            STORM TOTAL.

0200 PM     FLOOD            SEBEKA                  46.63N 95.09W
09/04/2014                   WADENA             MN   TRAINED SPOTTER

            WIDESPREAD HEAVY RAINS THROUGH THE EARLY MORNING PRODUCED
            LARGE AREA OF STANDING WATER... FLOODED DITCHES AND FIELD
            FLOODING ACROSS PORTIONS OF SOUTHERN RED EYE... ROCKWOOD
            AND NORTH GERMANY TOWNSHIPS.


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