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PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT...SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
1020 PM CDT SUN MAY 24 2015

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

0255 AM     FLASH FLOOD      7 SW COLUMBUS           37.10N 94.93W
05/24/2015                   CHEROKEE           KS   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            SOUTHWEST 70TH FLOODED AND IMPASSIBLE BETWEEN MESSER AND
            CLEM ROADS.

0255 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 NE TREECE             37.01N 94.83W
05/24/2015                   CHEROKEE           KS   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            SOUTHEAST 10TH STREET FLOODED AND IMPASSABLE ABOUT A HALF
            MILE SOUTH OF HIGHWAY 166.

0255 AM     FLASH FLOOD      2 N COLUMBUS            37.20N 94.84W
05/24/2015                   CHEROKEE           KS   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            PORTION OF NORTHWEST 10TH STREET FLOODED AND IMPASSABLE.

0702 AM     FLOOD            3 SE CARTHAGE           37.15N 94.27W
05/24/2015                   JASPER             MO   911 CALL CENTER

            THE 911 CENTER REPORTED FLOODING ALONG CR120.

1026 AM     FLOOD            4 NNW LIBERAL           37.62N 94.55W
05/24/2015                   BARTON             MO   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS

            MODOT REPORTS ROUTE K IMPASSABLE DUE TO FLOODING.

1136 AM     FLOOD            3 SE MINDENMINES        37.44N 94.56W
05/24/2015                   BARTON             MO   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS

            ROUTE M IN WESTERN BARTON COUNTY REPORTED IMPASSABLE BY
            MODOT.

1200 PM     TSTM WND DMG     5 SW OSCEOLA            37.98N 93.76W
05/24/2015                   ST. CLAIR          MO   911 CALL CENTER

            LOCAL 911 CENTER REPORTED SEVERAL TREES DOWN ALONG HWY 82
            ABOUT A MILE AND A HALF WEST OF THE SAC RIVER BRIDGE.

1215 PM     TORNADO          3 SSE LOWRY CITY        38.10N 93.71W
05/24/2015  F1               ST. CLAIR          MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            A NWS STORM SURVEY FOUND THAT AN EF-1 TORNADO TOUCHED
            ABOUT 3 MILES SOUTH OF LOWRY CITY AND CROSSED HWY 13. THE
            TORNADO TRACKED NORTHEAST AND LIFTED ON NE 1000 ROAD JUST
            EAST OF HWY NN. THE TORNADO SEVERELY DAMAGED TWO HOMES
            AND SEVERAL OUTBUILDINGS. THE TORNADO UPROOTED AND DAMAGE
            NUMEROUS TREES ALONG THE PATH. THE PATH WAS APPROXIMATELY
            200 YARDS WIDE AND ABOUT 4 AND HALF MILES LONG. MAXIMUM
            WINDS WERE ESTIMATED UP TO 100 MPH.

1215 PM     TSTM WND DMG     2 SE LOWRY CITY         38.12N 93.71W
05/24/2015                   ST. CLAIR          MO   911 CALL CENTER

            COUNTY 911 REPORTS NUMEROUS TREES DOWN ALONG HWY 13
            BETWEEN CC HWY AND 401.

0605 PM     TSTM WND DMG     2 ESE LONG RUN          36.64N 92.69W
05/24/2015                   OZARK              MO   EMERGENCY MNGR

            TREE DAMAGE REPORTED IN THIS AREA...APPEARS TO BE
            COINCIDENT WITH A POSSIBLE TDS ON RADAR.


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