Local Storm Report
Issued by NWS Tulsa, OK

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NWUS54 KTSA 302246
LSRTSA

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK
545 PM CDT SAT MAY 30 2015

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

0958 AM     TORNADO          1 NNE TALIHINA          34.77N 95.04W
05/28/2015                   LE FLORE           OK   EMERGENCY MNGR

            A TORNADO BLEW LARGE PORTIONS OF THE ROOF FROM A HOME AND
            SNAPPED TREES.

0209 PM     TORNADO          HIGHFILL                36.26N 94.36W
05/28/2015                   BENTON             AR   EMERGENCY MNGR

            A TORNADO UPROOTED TREES...DAMAGED BARNS AND
            OUTBUILDINGS...AND DAMAGED A CHICKEN HOUSE.

0240 PM     TORNADO          2 NW BENTONVILLE        36.40N 94.23W
05/28/2015                   BENTON             AR   EMERGENCY MNGR

            A TORNADO DAMAGED BARNS AND BLEW DOWN TREES. IT WAS
            WITNESSED BY RESIDENTS OF THE AREA.

0200 PM     TORNADO          5 S WEBBERS FALLS       35.44N 95.13W
05/29/2015  F1               MUSKOGEE           OK   NWS STORM SURVEY

            THIS TORNADO DESTROYED BARNS...DAMAGED A FEW
            HOMES...UPROOTED SOME TREES...AND SNAPPED LARGE LIMBS. IT
            BEGAN AROUND 151 PM CDT AND ENDED ABOUT 206 PM CDT.

0216 PM     TORNADO          3 SE WEBBERS FALLS      35.49N 95.09W
05/29/2015  F0               SEQUOYAH           OK   NWS STORM SURVEY

            THIS TORNADO MOVED ACROSS I-40 WHERE IT SNAPPED LARGE
            TREE LIMBS. IT DISSIPATED BEFORE REACHING HIGHWAY 64. IT
            WAS WITNESSED BY MOTORISTS...SOME OF WHICH CAPTURED THE
            TORNADO ON VIDEO.

0227 PM     TORNADO          2 SW SPAVINAW           36.37N 95.08W
05/29/2015  F1               MAYES              OK   NWS STORM SURVEY

            THIS TORNADO DEVELOPED SOUTHWEST OF SPAVINAW NEAR
            SPAVINAW HILL AND MOVED NORTHEAST ACROSS TOWN SNAPPING
            AND UPROOTING NUMEROUS TREES AND BLOWING DOWN POWER
            POLES. IT CONTINUED NORTHEAST SNAPPING OR UPROOTING
            NUMEROUS TREES ALONG HIGHWAY 20...THEN CROSSED INTO
            DELAWARE COUNTY WHERE TREES AND POWER POLES WERE BLOWN
            DOWN. THE TORNADO ENDED AT ABOUT 247 PM CDT AND HAD
            MAXIMUM ESTIMATED WIND OF 100 TO 110 MPH.


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EJC



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