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June 2004

                                   Time       Path      Path
                                   Local/     Length    Width
Location                    Date   Standard   (Miles)   (Yards)

MONTANA, Central

  Judith Basin County
    16 SW Hobson            05     1915MST

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch
                            diameter hail on Hobson 16SW. This storm
                            was part of a complex of storms that
                            produced a tornado several minutes later.

  Fergus County
    11 E Grassrange         05     1920MST

                            A severe thunderstorm produced a 70 mph
                            wind gust at Grassrange 11E. The wind
                            tore the door off a tool shop and rolled
                            a jeep across the yard where it careened
                            into a tractor.

  Judith Basin County
    14 S Utica              05     1920MST       1        100
                                   1930MST

                            A severe thunderstorm moved across
                            southeastern Judith Basin county and
                            western Fergus county during the evening
                            hours of the 5th. This storm produced a
                            tornado that was relatively short lived
                            and that skipped across rural areas
                            causing little damage. The tornado was
                            seen by several motorists as it crossed
                            U.S. Highway 191.

  Fergus County
    22 SW Lewistown         05     1930MST       1        100
                                   1945MST

                            Strong thunderstorms over southwest
                            Fergus county spawned a second tornado
                            during the evning hours of the 5th. This
                            tornado also moved over rural areas of
                            the county and caused little property
                            damage.

  Fergus County
    10 SE Lewistown         05     2015MST

                            A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                            gust of 60 mph at Lewistown 10SE. This
                            storm was part of a group of storms that
                            earlier had produced a couple of
                            tornadoes.

  Cascade County
    Great Falls             06     0328MST

                            A severe thunderstorm produced a 65 mph
                            wind gust at Great Falls.

  Glacier County
    10 SW Babb              23     1530MST

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped 1.5 inch
                            diamter hail at Babb IOSW (Many Glacier).

  Meagher County
    White Sulphur Spgs      23     1530MST

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                            hail at White Sulphur Springs 32NW.

  Meagher County
    32 NW White Sulphur S   23     1530MST

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                            diameter hail at White Sulphur Springs
                            32NW. The hail covered the ground and
                            drifted against buildings. Hail was
                            visible on the grass 2 hours after it
                            fell and was still evident on the north
                            side of buildings the following
                            morning. The hail did considerable
                            damage to broadleaf plants and flower
                            gardens.

  Glacier County
    Kiowa                   23     1730MST

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                            hail at Kiowa.

  Cascade County
    Simms                   23     1750MST

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                            diameter hail at Simms.

  Teton County
    Choteau                 23     1840MST

                            A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                            gust of 60 mph at Choteau.

  Beaverhead County
    2 S Lima                24     1430MST

                            A severe thunderstorm produced 0.75 inch
                            hail at Lima 2S.

                                Number of           Estimated
                                 Persons              Damage

Location                    Killed   Injured   Property   Crops

MONTANA, Central

  Judith Basin County
    16 SW Hobson              0         0

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch
                            diameter hail on Hobson 16SW. This storm
                            was part of a complex of storms that
                            produced a tornado several minutes later.

  Fergus County
    11 E Grassrange           0         0         3K

                            A severe thunderstorm produced a 70 mph
                            wind gust at Grassrange 11E. The wind
                            tore the door off a tool shop and rolled
                            a jeep across the yard where it careened
                            into a tractor.

  Judith Basin County
    14 S Utica                0         0

                            A severe thunderstorm moved across
                            southeastern Judith Basin county and
                            western Fergus county during the evening
                            hours of the 5th. This storm produced a
                            tornado that was relatively short lived
                            and that skipped across rural areas
                            causing little damage. The tornado was
                            seen by several motorists as it crossed
                            U.S. Highway 191.

  Fergus County
    22 SW Lewistown           0         0

                            Strong thunderstorms over southwest
                            Fergus county spawned a second tornado
                            during the evning hours of the 5th. This
                            tornado also moved over rural areas of
                            the county and caused little property
                            damage.

  Fergus County
    10 SE Lewistown           0         0

                            A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                            gust of 60 mph at Lewistown 10SE. This
                            storm was part of a group of storms that
                            earlier had produced a couple of
                            tornadoes.

  Cascade County
    Great Falls               0         0

                            A severe thunderstorm produced a 65 mph
                            wind gust at Great Falls.

  Glacier County
    10 SW Babb                0         0

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped 1.5 inch
                            diamter hail at Babb IOSW (Many Glacier).

  Meagher County
    White Sulphur Spgs        0         0

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                            hail at White Sulphur Springs 32NW.

  Meagher County
    32 NW White Sulphur S     0         0

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                            diameter hail at White Sulphur Springs
                            32NW. The hail covered the ground and
                            drifted against buildings. Hail was
                            visible on the grass 2 hours after it
                            fell and was still evident on the north
                            side of buildings the following
                            morning. The hail did considerable
                            damage to broadleaf plants and flower
                            gardens.

  Glacier County
    Kiowa                     0         0

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                            hail at Kiowa.

  Cascade County
    Simms                     0         0

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                            diameter hail at Simms.

  Teton County
    Choteau                   0         0

                            A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                            gust of 60 mph at Choteau.

  Beaverhead County
    2 S Lima                  0         0

                            A severe thunderstorm produced 0.75 inch
                            hail at Lima 2S.

Location                    Character of Storm

MONTANA, Central

  Judith Basin County
    16 SW Hobson            Hail (1.00)

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch
                            diameter hail on Hobson 16SW. This storm
                            was part of a complex of storms that
                            produced a tornado several minutes later.

  Fergus County
    11 E Grassrange         Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

                            A severe thunderstorm produced a 70 mph
                            wind gust at Grassrange 11E. The wind
                            tore the door off a tool shop and rolled
                            a jeep across the yard where it careened
                            into a tractor.

  Judith Basin County
    14 S Utica              Tornado (F0)

                            A severe thunderstorm moved across
                            southeastern Judith Basin county and
                            western Fergus county during the evening
                            hours of the 5th. This storm produced a
                            tornado that was relatively short lived
                            and that skipped across rural areas
                            causing little damage. The tornado was
                            seen by several motorists as it crossed
                            U.S. Highway 191.

  Fergus County
    22 SW Lewistown         Tornado (FO)

                            Strong thunderstorms over southwest
                            Fergus county spawned a second tornado
                            during the evning hours of the 5th. This
                            tornado also moved over rural areas of
                            the county and caused little property
                            damage.

  Fergus County
    10 SE Lewistown         Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                            A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                            gust of 60 mph at Lewistown 10SE. This
                            storm was part of a group of storms that
                            earlier had produced a couple of
                            tornadoes.

  Cascade County
    Great Falls             Thunderstorm Wind (G56)

                            A severe thunderstorm produced a 65 mph
                            wind gust at Great Falls.

  Glacier County
    10 SW Babb              Hail (1.50)

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped 1.5 inch
                            diamter hail at Babb IOSW (Many Glacier).

  Meagher County
    White Sulphur Spgs      Hail (0.75)

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                            hail at White Sulphur Springs 32NW.

  Meagher County
    32 NW White Sulphur S   Hail (0.75)

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                            diameter hail at White Sulphur Springs
                            32NW. The hail covered the ground and
                            drifted against buildings. Hail was
                            visible on the grass 2 hours after it
                            fell and was still evident on the north
                            side of buildings the following
                            morning. The hail did considerable
                            damage to broadleaf plants and flower
                            gardens.

  Glacier County
    Kiowa                   Hail (0.75)

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                            hail at Kiowa.

  Cascade County
    Simms                   Hail (0.75)

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                            diameter hail at Simms.

  Teton County
    Choteau                 Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                            A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                            gust of 60 mph at Choteau.

  Beaverhead County
    2 S Lima                Hail (0.75)

                            A severe thunderstorm produced 0.75 inch
                            hail at Lima 2S.

July 2004

                                     Time      Path      Path
                                    Local/    Length     Width
Location                    Date   Standard   (Miles)   (Yards)

MONTANA, Central

  Hill County
    30 N Havre              01     1605MST

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                            diameter hail at Havre 30N.

  MTZ047                    Blaine
                            01     1630MST
                                   190OMST

                            Slow moving thunderstorms over central
                            Blaine county produced very heavy
                            rainfall during the late afternoon and
                            early evening hours of the 1st. The
                            community of Chinook had approximately 2
                            inches of rain fall in 30 minutes.
                            Similar amounts were reported at Lloyd
                            and Cleveland, communities located 30
                            miles south of Chinook. The heavy rains
                            flooded steets and basements, washed out
                            corrals and caused local streams and
                            creeks to flow out of their banks.

  Blaine County
    9 N Turner              03     1705MST

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                            diameter hail at Turner 9N. The hail,
                            along with heavy rain, caused
                            considerable damage to area grain fields.

  Gallatin County
    16 NW (Wey)West Yello   04     1825MST

                            A severe thunderstorm produced 1.25 inch
                            diameter hail at West Yellowstone 16NW.

  Fergus County
    Winifred                11     1545MST

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch
                            diameter hail at Winifred.

  Blaine County
    Harlem                  11     160OMST

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped .88 inch
                            diameter hail at Harlem.

  Fergus County
    16 S Grassrange         11     1740MST

                            A severe thunderstorm produced .75 inch
                            diameter hail at Grassrange 16S.

  Fergus County
    12 NW Grassrange        11     1855MST

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch
                            diameter hail at Grassrange 12NW.

  Lewis And Clark
  County
    6 SE Wolf Creek         15     1812MST
                                   1815MST

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped 1.75 inch
                            diameter hail at Wolf Creek 6SE.

  Hill County
    Rudyard                 31     2040MST

                            A severe thunderstorm produced
                            penny-sized hail in Rudyard.

TEXAS, West

  Gaines County
    1 SW Seminole           29     1435CST      0.1       60

                            The Gaines County Emergency Manager
                            photographed a brief tornado just
                            southwest of Seminole. Several reports
                            of funnel clouds were reported across
                            west Texas during the afternoon of the
                            29th as scattered thunderstorms
                            developed within a modified tropical
                            airmass. One such funnel southwest of
                            Seminole briefly became a tornado
                            (perhaps a landspout) as an outflow
                            boundary undercut the updraft of a newly
                            developing storm. A tin roof was blown
                            off of a barn by the weak tornado that
                            lasted less than one minute.

  Gaines County
    2 N Seminole to         29     1445CST
    Seminole                       1450CST

                            After the landspout tornado southwest of
                            Seminole dissipated, a severe
                            thunderstorm propagated toward the city
                            from the northwest. This storm produced
                            a downburst north of Seminole. The West
                            Texas Mesonet site two miles north of of
                            the city recorded a wind gust of 73 MPH.
                            Police Department officials estimated 80
                            MPH winds as damaging winds spread
                            south. Several power poles and lines
                            were blown down by the winds. In
                            addition, large tree limbs also were
                            broken and at least one large tree was
                            uprooted. A lack of structural damage
                            suggested that the strongest winds did
                            not occur within the city limits.

                                Number of         Estimated
                                 Persons            Damage

Location                    Killed   Injured   Property   Crops

MONTANA, Central

  Hill County
    30 N Havre                0         0

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                            diameter hail at Havre 30N.

  MTZ047
                              0         0         5K

                            Slow moving thunderstorms over central
                            Blaine county produced very heavy
                            rainfall during the late afternoon and
                            early evening hours of the 1st. The
                            community of Chinook had approximately 2
                            inches of rain fall in 30 minutes.
                            Similar amounts were reported at Lloyd
                            and Cleveland, communities located 30
                            miles south of Chinook. The heavy rains
                            flooded steets and basements, washed out
                            corrals and caused local streams and
                            creeks to flow out of their banks.

  Blaine County
    9 N Turner                0         0        3K

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                            diameter hail at Turner 9N. The hail,
                            along with heavy rain, caused
                            considerable damage to area grain fields.

  Gallatin County
    16 NW (Wey)West Yello     0         0

                            A severe thunderstorm produced 1.25 inch
                            diameter hail at West Yellowstone 16NW.

  Fergus County
    Winifred                  0         0

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch
                            diameter hail at Winifred.

  Blaine County
    Harlem                    0         0

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped .88 inch
                            diameter hail at Harlem.

  Fergus County
    16 S Grassrange           0         0

                            A severe thunderstorm produced .75 inch
                            diameter hail at Grassrange 16S.

  Fergus County
    12 NW Grassrange          0         0

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch
                            diameter hail at Grassrange 12NW.

  Lewis And Clark
  County
    6 SE Wolf Creek           0         0

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped 1.75 inch
                            diameter hail at Wolf Creek 6SE.

  Hill County
    Rudyard                   0         0

                            A severe thunderstorm produced
                            penny-sized hail in Rudyard.

TEXAS, West

  Gaines County
    1 SW Seminole             0         0         2K        0

                            The Gaines County Emergency Manager
                            photographed a brief tornado just
                            southwest of Seminole. Several reports
                            of funnel clouds were reported across
                            west Texas during the afternoon of the
                            29th as scattered thunderstorms
                            developed within a modified tropical
                            airmass. One such funnel southwest of
                            Seminole briefly became a tornado
                            (perhaps a landspout) as an outflow
                            boundary undercut the updraft of a newly
                            developing storm. A tin roof was blown
                            off of a barn by the weak tornado that
                            lasted less than one minute.

  Gaines County
    2 N Seminole to           0         0        20K        0
    Seminole

                            After the landspout tornado southwest of
                            Seminole dissipated, a severe
                            thunderstorm propagated toward the city
                            from the northwest. This storm produced
                            a downburst north of Seminole. The West
                            Texas Mesonet site two miles north of of
                            the city recorded a wind gust of 73 MPH.
                            Police Department officials estimated 80
                            MPH winds as damaging winds spread
                            south. Several power poles and lines
                            were blown down by the winds. In
                            addition, large tree limbs also were
                            broken and at least one large tree was
                            uprooted. A lack of structural damage
                            suggested that the strongest winds did
                            not occur within the city limits.

Location                    Character of Storm

MONTANA, Central

  Hill County
    30 N Havre              Hail (0.75)

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                            diameter hail at Havre 30N.

  MTZ047
                            Flood

                            Slow moving thunderstorms over central
                            Blaine county produced very heavy
                            rainfall during the late afternoon and
                            early evening hours of the 1st. The
                            community of Chinook had approximately 2
                            inches of rain fall in 30 minutes.
                            Similar amounts were reported at Lloyd
                            and Cleveland, communities located 30
                            miles south of Chinook. The heavy rains
                            flooded steets and basements, washed out
                            corrals and caused local streams and
                            creeks to flow out of their banks.

  Blaine County
    9 N Turner              Hail (0.75)

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                            diameter hail at Turner 9N. The hail,
                            along with heavy rain, caused
                            considerable damage to area grain fields.

  Gallatin County
    16 NW (Wey)West Yello   Hail (1.25)

                            A severe thunderstorm produced 1.25 inch
                            diameter hail at West Yellowstone 16NW.

  Fergus County
    Winifred                Hail (1.00)

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch
                            diameter hail at Winifred.

  Blaine County
    Harlem                  Hail (0.88)

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped .88 inch
                            diameter hail at Harlem.

  Fergus County
    16 S Grassrange         Hail (0.75)

                            A severe thunderstorm produced .75 inch
                            diameter hail at Grassrange 16S.

  Fergus County
    12 NW Grassrange        Hail (1.00)

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped 1 inch
                            diameter hail at Grassrange 12NW.

  Lewis And Clark
  County
    6 SE Wolf Creek         Hail (1.75)

                            A severe thunderstorm dropped 1.75 inch
                            diameter hail at Wolf Creek 6SE.

  Hill County
    Rudyard                 Hail (0.75)

                            A severe thunderstorm produced
                            penny-sized hail in Rudyard.

TEXAS, West

  Gaines County
    1 SW Seminole           Tornado (FO)

                            The Gaines County Emergency Manager
                            photographed a brief tornado just
                            southwest of Seminole. Several reports
                            of funnel clouds were reported across
                            west Texas during the afternoon of the
                            29th as scattered thunderstorms
                            developed within a modified tropical
                            airmass. One such funnel southwest of
                            Seminole briefly became a tornado
                            (perhaps a landspout) as an outflow
                            boundary undercut the updraft of a newly
                            developing storm. A tin roof was blown
                            off of a barn by the weak tornado that
                            lasted less than one minute.

  Gaines County
    2 N Seminole to         Thunderstorm Wind (G63)
    Seminole

                            After the landspout tornado southwest of
                            Seminole dissipated, a severe
                            thunderstorm propagated toward the city
                            from the northwest. This storm produced
                            a downburst north of Seminole. The West
                            Texas Mesonet site two miles north of of
                            the city recorded a wind gust of 73 MPH.
                            Police Department officials estimated 80
                            MPH winds as damaging winds spread
                            south. Several power poles and lines
                            were blown down by the winds. In
                            addition, large tree limbs also were
                            broken and at least one large tree was
                            uprooted. A lack of structural damage
                            suggested that the strongest winds did
                            not occur within the city limits.

August 2004

                                    Time        Path      Path
                                    Local/     Length     Width
Location                     Date   Standard   (Miles)   (Yards)

MONTANA, Central

  Lewis And Clark
  County
    Helena                   03     1355MST

                             A severe thunderstorm produced nickel-
                             sized hail in Helena as reported by
                             Lewis and Clark Sheriff.

  Jefferson County
    Whitehall                03     1520MST

                             A severe thunderstorm produced quarter-
                             sized hail at Whitehall 10E.

  Judith Basin County
    Geyser                   03     1605MST

                             A severe thunderstorm produced .88 inch
                             diameter hail at Geyser.

  Beaverhead County
    Dillon                   04     1650MST

                             A severe thunderstorm produced .75 inch
                             diameter hail at Dillon.

  Madison County
    Sheridan                 04     1703MST

                             A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                             diameter hail at Sheridan.

  Gallatin County
    18 N Belgrade            04     1708MST

                             A severe thunderstorm produced .75 inch
                             diameter hail at Belgrade 8NE.

  Cascade County
    Great Falls              04     1940MST

                             A severe thunderstorm dropped 1.5 inch
                             diameter hail at Great Falls. The hail
                             caused minor injury to a citizen on the
                             northwest side of town.

  Chouteau County
    24 SE Big Sandy          04     2130MST

                             A severe thunderstorm produced .75 inch
                             diameter hail at Big Sandy 24SE.

  Lewis And Clark
  County
    6 SE Wolf Creek          05     1420MST

                             A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                             diameter hail at Wolf Creek 6SE.

  Lewis And Clark
  County
    Helena                   05     1425MST

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust of 67 mph at the Helena RAWS site.

  Cascade County
    5 S Great Falls          05     1518MST

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust to 65 mph at Great Falls 5S.

  Cascade County
    Malmstrom Afb            05     1527MST

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust of 62 mph at Malmstrom Air Force Base.

  Cascade County
    6 SW Belt                05     1530MST

                             A severe thunderstorm produced 1 inch
                             diameter hail at Belt 6SW.

  Chouteau County
    7 S Shonkin              05     1630MST

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust of 60 mph at Shonkin 7S.

  Fergus County
    Winifred                 05     1645MST

  Meagher County
    20 N White Sulphur Spg   05     1645MST

  Pondera County
    13 E Conrad              05     1645MST

                             Severe thunderstorms dropped .75 inch
                             diameter hail near Showdown Ski resort
                             in Meagher County, Winifred and Conrad
                             13E.

  Toole County
    6 S Devon                05     1655MST

                             A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                             diameter hail at Devon 6S.

  Liberty County
    Lothair                  05     1700MST

                             A severe thunderstorm produced .88 inch
                             diameter hail at Lothair.

  Chouteau County
    25 E Ft Benton           05     1715MST

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust of 65 mph at Fort Benton 25E.

  Chouteau County
    10 NE Geraldine          06     1550MST

                             A severe thunderstorm produced penny-
                             sized hail at Geraldine 1ONE.

  Fergus County
    10 NW Winifred           06     1755MST

                             A severe thunderstorm produced .75 inch
                             hail at Winifred 10NW.

  Blaine County
    37 S Lloyd               06     1805MST

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust to 60 mph at Lloyd 37S.

  Blaine County
    11 S Chinook             06     1837MST

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust of 84 mph at Chinook 11S.

  Hill County
    Havre                    06     1854MST

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust to 60 mph at Havre.

  Hill County
    Havre                    06     1905MST

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust to 60 mph at Havre.

  Blaine County
    Chinook                  06     1930MST

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust to 60 mph at Chinook.

  Pondera County
    9 S Heart Butte          06     2250MST

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust to 60 mph at Heart Butte 9S.

  Teton County
    7 W Pendroy              06     2300MST    Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust to 60 mph at Pendroy 7W.

  Judith Basin County
    Stanford                 22     1455MST    Hail (0.88)
                                    1500MST

                             A severe thunderstorm dropped .88 inch
                             diameter hail at Stanford. The hail
                             covered the ground to a depth of 2
                             inches. In addition to the hail, the
                             thunderstorm produced .47 inches of rain
                             in 20 minutes.

  Fergus County
    10 SW Christina          22     1626MST    Heavy Rain

                             A thunderstorm produced .60 inches of
                             rain in 15 minutes near Christina.

  Fergus County
    Suffolk                  22     1715MST    Funnel Cloud
                                    1720MST

  Fergus County
    Suffolk                  22     1715MS     Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust to 60 mph at Suffolk. A funnel
                             cloud was also reported with this storm.
                             The funnel remained close to the cloud
                             base and did not reach the ground. This
                             storm knocked several power lines down
                             and started numerous small fires on the
                             ground. Associated heavy rainfall put
                             the fires out.

                                Number of          Estimated
                                 Persons            Damage

Location                     Killed   Injured   Property   Crops

MONTANA, Central

  Lewis And Clark
  County
    Helena                     0         0

                             A severe thunderstorm produced nickel-
                             sized hail in Helena as reported by
                             Lewis and Clark Sheriff.

  Jefferson County
    Whitehall                  0         0

                             A severe thunderstorm produced quarter-
                             sized hail at Whitehall 10E.

  Judith Basin County
    Geyser                     0         0

                             A severe thunderstorm produced .88 inch
                             diameter hail at Geyser.

  Beaverhead County
    Dillon                     0         0

                             A severe thunderstorm produced .75 inch
                             diameter hail at Dillon.

  Madison County
    Sheridan                   0         0

                             A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                             diameter hail at Sheridan.

  Gallatin County
    18 N Belgrade              0         0

                             A severe thunderstorm produced .75 inch
                             diameter hail at Belgrade 8NE.

  Cascade County
    Great Falls                0         1

                             A severe thunderstorm dropped 1.5 inch
                             diameter hail at Great Falls. The hail
                             caused minor injury to a citizen on the
                             northwest side of town.

  Chouteau County
    24 SE Big Sandy            0         0

                             A severe thunderstorm produced .75 inch
                             diameter hail at Big Sandy 24SE.

  Lewis And Clark
  County
    6 SE Wolf Creek            0         0

                             A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                             diameter hail at Wolf Creek 6SE.

  Lewis And Clark
  County
    Helena                     0         0

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust of 67 mph at the Helena RAWS site.

  Cascade County
    5 S Great Falls            0         0

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust to 65 mph at Great Falls 5S.

  Cascade County
    Malmstrom Afb              0         0

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust of 62 mph at Malmstrom Air Force Base.

  Cascade County
    6 SW Belt                  0         0

                             A severe thunderstorm produced 1 inch
                             diameter hail at Belt 6SW.

  Chouteau County
    7 S Shonkin                0         0

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust of 60 mph at Shonkin 7S.

  Fergus County
    Winifred                   0         0

  Meagher County
    20 N White Sulphur Spg     0         0

  Pondera County
    13 E Conrad                0         0

                             Severe thunderstorms dropped .75 inch
                             diameter hail near Showdown Ski resort
                             in Meagher County, Winifred and Conrad
                             13E.

  Toole County
    6 S Devon                  0         0

                             A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                             diameter hail at Devon 6S.

  Liberty County
    Lothair                    0         0

                             A severe thunderstorm produced .88 inch
                             diameter hail at Lothair.

  Chouteau County
    25 E Ft Benton             0         0

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust of 65 mph at Fort Benton 25E.

  Chouteau County
    10 NE Geraldine            0         0

                             A severe thunderstorm produced penny-
                             sized hail at Geraldine 1ONE.

  Fergus County
    10 NW Winifred             0         0

                             A severe thunderstorm produced .75 inch
                             hail at Winifred 10NW.

  Blaine County
    37 S Lloyd                 0         0

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust to 60 mph at Lloyd 37S.

  Blaine County
    11 S Chinook               0         0

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust of 84 mph at Chinook 11S.

  Hill County
    Havre                      0         0

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust to 60 mph at Havre.

  Hill County
    Havre                      0         0

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust to 60 mph at Havre.

  Blaine County
    Chinook                    0         0

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust to 60 mph at Chinook.

  Pondera County
    9 S Heart Butte            0         0

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust to 60 mph at Heart Butte 9S.

  Teton County
    7 W Pendroy

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust to 60 mph at Pendroy 7W.

  Judith Basin County
    Stanford

                             A severe thunderstorm dropped .88 inch
                             diameter hail at Stanford. The hail
                             covered the ground to a depth of 2
                             inches. In addition to the hail, the
                             thunderstorm produced .47 inches of rain
                             in 20 minutes.

  Fergus County
    10 SW Christina

                             A thunderstorm produced .60 inches of
                             rain in 15 minutes near Christina.

  Fergus County
    Suffolk

  Fergus County
    Suffolk

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust to 60 mph at Suffolk. A funnel
                             cloud was also reported with this storm.
                             The funnel remained close to the cloud
                             base and did not reach the ground. This
                             storm knocked several power lines down
                             and started numerous small fires on the
                             ground. Associated heavy rainfall put
                             the fires out.

Location                     Character of Storm

MONTANA, Central

  Lewis And Clark
  County
    Helena                   Hail (1.00)

                             A severe thunderstorm produced nickel-
                             sized hail in Helena as reported by
                             Lewis and Clark Sheriff.

  Jefferson County
    Whitehall                Hail (1.00)

                             A severe thunderstorm produced quarter-
                             sized hail at Whitehall 10E.

  Judith Basin County
    Geyser                   Hail (0.88)

                             A severe thunderstorm produced .88 inch
                             diameter hail at Geyser.

  Beaverhead County
    Dillon                   Hail (0.75)

                             A severe thunderstorm produced .75 inch
                             diameter hail at Dillon.

  Madison County
    Sheridan                 Hail (0.75)

                             A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                             diameter hail at Sheridan.

  Gallatin County
    18 N Belgrade            Hail (0.75)

                             A severe thunderstorm produced .75 inch
                             diameter hail at Belgrade 8NE.

  Cascade County
    Great Falls              Hail (1.50)

                             A severe thunderstorm dropped 1.5 inch
                             diameter hail at Great Falls. The hail
                             caused minor injury to a citizen on the
                             northwest side of town.

  Chouteau County
    24 SE Big Sandy          Hail (0.75)

                             A severe thunderstorm produced .75 inch
                             diameter hail at Big Sandy 24SE.

  Lewis And Clark
  County
    6 SE Wolf Creek          Hail (0.75)

                             A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                             diameter hail at Wolf Creek 6SE.

  Lewis And Clark
  County
    Helena                   Thunderstorm Wind (G58)

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust of 67 mph at the Helena RAWS site.

  Cascade County
    5 S Great Falls          Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust to 65 mph at Great Falls 5S.

  Cascade County
    Malmstrom Afb            Thunderstorm Wind (G54)

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust of 62 mph at Malmstrom Air Force Base.

  Cascade County
    6 SW Belt                Hail (1.00)

                             A severe thunderstorm produced 1 inch
                             diameter hail at Belt 6SW.

  Chouteau County
    7 S Shonkin              Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust of 60 mph at Shonkin 7S.

  Fergus County
    Winifred                 Hail (0.75)

  Meagher County
    20 N White Sulphur Spg   Hail (0.75)

  Pondera County
    13 E Conrad              Hail (0.75)

                             Severe thunderstorms dropped .75 inch
                             diameter hail near Showdown Ski resort
                             in Meagher County, Winifred and Conrad
                             13E.

  Toole County
    6 S Devon                Hail (0.75)

                             A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                             diameter hail at Devon 6S.

  Liberty County
    Lothair                  Hail (0.88)

                             A severe thunderstorm produced .88 inch
                             diameter hail at Lothair.

  Chouteau County
    25 E Ft Benton           Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust of 65 mph at Fort Benton 25E.

  Chouteau County
    10 NE Geraldine          Hail (0.88)

                             A severe thunderstorm produced penny-
                             sized hail at Geraldine 1ONE.

  Fergus County
    10 NW Winifred           Hail (0.75)

                             A severe thunderstorm produced .75 inch
                             hail at Winifred 10NW.

  Blaine County
    37 S Lloyd               Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust to 60 mph at Lloyd 37S.

  Blaine County
    11 S Chinook             Thunderstorm Wind (G73)

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust of 84 mph at Chinook 11S.

  Hill County
    Havre                    Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust to 60 mph at Havre.

  Hill County
    Havre                    Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust to 60 mph at Havre.

  Blaine County
    Chinook                  Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust to 60 mph at Chinook.

  Pondera County
    9 S Heart Butte          Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust to 60 mph at Heart Butte 9S.

  Teton County
    7 W Pendroy

                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust to 60 mph at Pendroy 7W.

  Judith Basin County
    Stanford
                             A severe thunderstorm dropped .88 inch
                             diameter hail at Stanford. The hail
                             covered the ground to a depth of 2
                             inches. In addition to the hail, the
                             thunderstorm produced .47 inches of rain
                             in 20 minutes.

  Fergus County
    10 SW Christina

                             A thunderstorm produced .60 inches of
                             rain in 15 minutes near Christina.

  Fergus County
    Suffolk

  Fergus County
    Suffolk
                             A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                             gust to 60 mph at Suffolk. A funnel
                             cloud was also reported with this storm.
                             The funnel remained close to the cloud
                             base and did not reach the ground. This
                             storm knocked several power lines down
                             and started numerous small fires on the
                             ground. Associated heavy rainfall put
                             the fires out.

September 2004

                                  Time       Path      Path
                                  Local/     Length    Width
Location                   Date   Standard   (Miles)   (Yards)

MONTANA, Central

  Toole County
    Sunburst               01     1310MST

  Toole County
    Sunburst               01     1315MST

                           A severe thunderstorm produced hail 1
                           inch in diameter and a wind gust to 60
                           mph. The hail covered the ground. The
                           temperature dropped from 87 degrees to
                           52 degrees in a few minutes when the
                           storm hit.

  Liberty County
    33 N Chester           01     1435MST

  Liberty County
    33 N Chester           01     1435MST

                           A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                           diameter hail and produced a wind gust
                           to 60 mph at Chester 33N. The strong
                           winds damaged several power poles,
                           shearing them off 10 feet above the
                           ground.

  Liberty County
    25 NNE Chester         01     1440MST

  Liberty County
    25 NNE Chester         01     1440MST

                           A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                           diameter hail and produced a wind gust
                           to 60 mph at Chester 25NNE. The hail
                           flattened 200 acres of wheat and 200
                           acres of barley.

  Hill County
    16 W Simpson           01     1445MST

                           A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                           diameter hail at Simpson 16W. The hail
                           covered the ground. In addition to the
                           hail, the storm produced wind gusts in
                           excess of 40 mph which blew a door off a
                           storage shed.

  Hill County
    5 N Simpson            01     1500MST

                           A severe thunderstorm produced 1.5 inch
                           diameter hail at Simpson 5N.

  Liberty County
    Chester                01     1545MST

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 58 mph at Chester.

  Teton County
    10 W Fairfield         01     1740MST

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 60 mph at Fairfield 10W. The
                           storm knocked down many tree limbs.

  Teton County
    7 W Fairfield          01     1745MST

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 58 mph at Fairfield 7W.

  Teton County
    Fairfield              01     1750MST

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 58 mph at Fairfield. The storm
                           downed several power lines and many
                           trees.

  Teton County
    Choteau                01     1750MST

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 89 mph at Choteau.

  Teton County
    5 NE Choteau           01     1800MST

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 80 mph at Chuteau 5NE.

  Teton County
    Collins                01     1805MST

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 70 mph at Collins.

  Teton County
    1 S Dutton             01     1810MST

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 58 mph at Dutton 1S.

  Pondera County
    2 NW Brady             01     1815MST

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 58 mph at Brady 2NW

  Pondera County
    4 E Conrad             01     1825MST

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 60 mph at Conrad 4E. The storm
                           snapped 20 feet off the top of a 60 foot
                           tree.

  Liberty County
    25 S Chester           01     1850MST

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 58 mph at Chester 25S.

  Toole County
    11 S Devon             01     1855MST

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 58 mph at Devon 11S.

NORTH CAROLINA, Central

  Guilford County
    4 S Stokesdale to      17     1009EST    6             100
    1 N Stokesdale                1013EST

                           A tornado touched down near the
                           intersection of Harrell Road and Lee's
                           Glen Road. Three garages lost their
                           roofs and numerous trees were snapped or
                           uprooted. The tornado then tracked north
                           across Meadows Drive and Haw Meadows
                           Drive where falling trees caused
                           significant damage to at least three
                           well-built homes, one of which was a
                           total loss. The tomado continued north
                           to Prince Edward road where about 70
                           percent of the trees in a heavily wooded
                           area were snapped or downed. Along Kelly
                           Court, a garage was destroyed. At South
                           Point Drive, the roof was blown off a
                           house resulting in major structural
                           damage. Other houses lost shingles,
                           siding and porches. The tornado then
                           continued across the county line into
                           Rockingham County. In Guilford County,
                           three houses suffered total losses, nine
                           homes sustained major damage, and 52
                           sustained minor damage.

  Moore County
    3 NW Vass              17     1155EST    0.5            25
                                  1157EST

                           A tornado touched down briefly near
                           Vass, blowing down trees and snapping
                           power poles.

  Chatham County
    4 W Pittsboro          17     1225EST    0.5            25

                           A tornado touched down briefly on the
                           west side of Pittsboro, blowing down
                           several trees, which in turn knocked
                           down several power lines.

  Orange County
    7 N Hillsborough       17     1305EST

                           Trees were blown down north of
                           Hillsborough on Keiger Road and McDades
                           Road.

  Person County
    Roxboro                17     1331EST

                           Trees were blown down just west

  Harnett County
    Lillington             17     1410EST

                           Two trees were blown down.

  Wake County
    Raleigh Durham Arpt    17     1456EST

                           Five small planes at the Raleigh-Durham
                           Airport were damaged, with four of them
                           sustaining significant damage. The
                           airport itself sustained structural
                           damage, with parts of a roof blown off.
                           Several cars were damaged and several
                           light poles were blown over. Wind damage
                           was reported along a line from Terminal
                           A to Terminal C.

  Wake County
    Raleigh                17     1505EST

                           Trees were blown down in downtown
                           Raleigh.

  Granville County
    Butner                 17     1515EST

                           Trees were blown down.

  Johnston County
    6 W Clayton            17     1600EST

                           Trees were blown down along Interstate
                           40 and Cornwallis Road just west of
                           Clayton. A carport sustained wind
                           damage.

VIRGINIA, East

  Hanover County
    Mabelton               08     1130EST

                           Trees down.

  King William County
    Aylett                 08     1305EST          1       100

                           F0 tornado blew roof off a house near
                           King William Road.

  Caroline County
    1 S Bowling Green to   08     1425EST         10       300
    1 W Moss Neck                 1450EST

                           F1 tornado damaged or destroyed several
                           buildings. Also, numerous trees downed
                           or sheared. This tornado tracked into
                           King George county.

  Amelia County
    Truxillo               08     1640EST        0.5        50

                           F0 tornado twisted off tree tops near
                           intersection of Routes 639 and 681.

  Fluvanna County
    3 W Palmyra            08     1640EST          1       100

                           F0 tornado demolished mobile home, blew
                           roof off house, and downed trees at
                           Route 693 and Longacre Road.

  Chesterfield County
    1 SW Midlothian        08     1815EST        0.5        50

                           F0 tornado produced minor damage to
                           trees near Route 288 and Woolridge Road.

  Henrico County
    3 NW Varina            08     1920EST        0.5        50
                                  1922EST

                           F0 tornado produced structural damage to
                           outbuildings and storage facilities at
                           several businesses along Old Osborne
                           Turnpike. This tornado tracked into the
                           City of Richmond.

  Richmond (C)
    Richmond               08     1922EST        0.2        50
                                  1924EST

                           F0 tornado produced minor damage to
                           businesses near Orleans Street. This
                           tornado entered from Henrico county.

                              Number of         Estimated
                               Persons            Damage

Location                   Killed   Injured   Property   Crops

MONTANA, Central

  Toole County
    Sunburst                    0         0

  Toole County
    Sunburst                    0         0

                           A severe thunderstorm produced hail 1
                           inch in diameter and a wind gust to 60
                           mph. The hail covered the ground. The
                           temperature dropped from 87 degrees to
                           52 degrees in a few minutes when the
                           storm hit.

  Liberty County                0         0
    33 N Chester

  Liberty County
    33 N Chester                0         0   1K

                           A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                           diameter hail and produced a wind gust
                           to 60 mph at Chester 33N. The strong
                           winds damaged several power poles,
                           shearing them off 10 feet above the
                           ground.

  Liberty County
    25 NNE Chester              0         0              3K

  Liberty County
    25 NNE Chester              0         0

                           A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                           diameter hail and produced a wind gust
                           to 60 mph at Chester 25NNE. The hail
                           flattened 200 acres of wheat and 200
                           acres of barley.

  Hill County                   0         0   1K
    16 W Simpson

                           A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                           diameter hail at Simpson 16W. The hail
                           covered the ground. In addition to the
                           hail, the storm produced wind gusts in
                           excess of 40 mph which blew a door off a
                           storage shed.

  Hill County
    5 N Simpson                 0         0

                           A severe thunderstorm produced 1.5 inch
                           diameter hail at Simpson 5N.

  Liberty County
    Chester                     0         0

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 58 mph at Chester.

  Teton County
    10 W Fairfield              0         0

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 60 mph at Fairfield 10W. The
                           storm knocked down many tree limbs.

  Teton County
    7 W Fairfield               0         0

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 58 mph at Fairfield 7W.

  Teton County
    Fairfield

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 58 mph at Fairfield. The storm
                           downed several power lines and many
                           trees.

  Teton County
    Choteau                     0         0

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 89 mph at Choteau.

  Teton County
    5 NE Choteau                0         0

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 80 mph at Chuteau 5NE.

  Teton County
    Collins                     0         0

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 70 mph at Collins.

  Teton County
    1 S Dutton                  0         0

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 58 mph at Dutton 1S.

  Pondera County
    2 NW Brady                  0         0

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 58 mph at Brady 2NW

  Pondera County
    4 E Conrad                  0         0

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 60 mph at Conrad 4E. The storm
                           snapped 20 feet off the top of a 60 foot
                           tree.

  Liberty County
    25 S Chester                0         0

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 58 mph at Chester 25S.

  Toole County
    11 S Devon                  0         0

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 58 mph at Devon 11S.

NORTH CAROLINA, Central

  Guilford County
    4 S Stokesdale to           0         0
    1 N Stokesdale

                           A tornado touched down near the
                           intersection of Harrell Road and Lee's
                           Glen Road. Three garages lost their
                           roofs and numerous trees were snapped or
                           uprooted. The tornado then tracked north
                           across Meadows Drive and Haw Meadows
                           Drive where falling trees caused
                           significant damage to at least three
                           well-built homes, one of which was a
                           total loss. The tomado continued north
                           to Prince Edward road where about 70
                           percent of the trees in a heavily wooded
                           area were snapped or downed. Along Kelly
                           Court, a garage was destroyed. At South
                           Point Drive, the roof was blown off a
                           house resulting in major structural
                           damage. Other houses lost shingles,
                           siding and porches. The tornado then
                           continued across the county line into
                           Rockingham County. In Guilford County,
                           three houses suffered total losses, nine
                           homes sustained major damage, and 52
                           sustained minor damage.

  Moore County
    3 NW Vass                   0         0

                           A tornado touched down briefly near
                           Vass, blowing down trees and snapping
                           power poles.

  Chatham County
    4 W Pittsboro               0         0

                           A tornado touched down briefly on the
                           west side of Pittsboro, blowing down
                           several trees, which in turn knocked
                           down several power lines.

  Orange County
    7 N Hillsborough            0         0

                           Trees were blown down north of
                           Hillsborough on Keiger Road and McDades
                           Road.

  Person County
    Roxboro                     0         0

                           Trees were blown down just west

  Harnett County
    Lillington                  0         0

                           Two trees were blown down.

  Wake County
    Raleigh Durham Arpt         0         0

                           Five small planes at the Raleigh-Durham
                           Airport were damaged, with four of them
                           sustaining significant damage. The
                           airport itself sustained structural
                           damage, with parts of a roof blown off.
                           Several cars were damaged and several
                           light poles were blown over. Wind damage
                           was reported along a line from Terminal
                           A to Terminal C.

  Wake County
    Raleigh                     0         0

                           Trees were blown down in downtown
                           Raleigh.

  Granville County
    Butner                      0         0

                           Trees were blown down.

  Johnston County
    6 W Clayton                 0         0

                           Trees were blown down along Interstate
                           40 and Cornwallis Road just west of
                           Clayton. A carport sustained wind
                           damage.

VIRGINIA, East

  Hanover County
    Mabelton                    0         0   2K

                           Trees down.

  King William County
    Aylett                      0         0   10K

                           F0 tornado blew roof off a house near
                           King William Road.

  Caroline County
    1 S Bowling Green to        0         0   25K
    1 W Moss Neck

                           F1 tornado damaged or destroyed several
                           buildings. Also, numerous trees downed
                           or sheared. This tornado tracked into
                           King George county.

  Amelia County
    Truxillo                    0         0   2K

                           F0 tornado twisted off tree tops near
                           intersection of Routes 639 and 681.

  Fluvanna County
    3 W Palmyra                 0         0   15K

                           F0 tornado demolished mobile home, blew
                           roof off house, and downed trees at
                           Route 693 and Longacre Road.

  Chesterfield County
    1 SW Midlothian             0         0   2K

                           F0 tornado produced minor damage to
                           trees near Route 288 and Woolridge Road.

  Henrico County
    3 NW Varina                 0         0   5K

                           F0 tornado produced structural damage to
                           outbuildings and storage facilities at
                           several businesses along Old Osborne
                           Turnpike. This tornado tracked into the
                           City of Richmond.

  Richmond (C)
    Richmond                    0         0   2K

                           F0 tornado produced minor damage to
                           businesses near Orleans Street. This
                           tornado entered from Henrico county.

Location                   Character of Storm

MONTANA, Central

  Toole County
    Sunburst               Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

  Toole County
    Sunburst               Hail (1.00)

                           A severe thunderstorm produced hail 1
                           inch in diameter and a wind gust to 60
                           mph. The hail covered the ground. The
                           temperature dropped from 87 degrees to
                           52 degrees in a few minutes when the
                           storm hit.

  Liberty County
    33 N Chester           Hail (0.75)

  Liberty County
    33 N Chester           Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                           A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                           diameter hail and produced a wind gust
                           to 60 mph at Chester 33N. The strong
                           winds damaged several power poles,
                           shearing them off 10 feet above the
                           ground.

  Liberty County
    25 NNE Chester         Hail (0.75)

  Liberty County
    25 NNE Chester         Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                           A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                           diameter hail and produced a wind gust
                           to 60 mph at Chester 25NNE. The hail
                           flattened 200 acres of wheat and 200
                           acres of barley.

  Hill County
    16 W Simpson           Hail (0.75)

                           A severe thunderstorm dropped .75 inch
                           diameter hail at Simpson 16W. The hail
                           covered the ground. In addition to the
                           hail, the storm produced wind gusts in
                           excess of 40 mph which blew a door off a
                           storage shed.

  Hill County
    5 N Simpson            Hail (1.50)

                           A severe thunderstorm produced 1.5 inch
                           diameter hail at Simpson 5N.

  Liberty County
    Chester                Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 58 mph at Chester.

  Teton County
    10 W Fairfield         Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 60 mph at Fairfield 10W. The
                           storm knocked down many tree limbs.

  Teton County
    7 W Fairfield          Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 58 mph at Fairfield 7W.

  Teton County
    Fairfield              Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 58 mph at Fairfield. The storm
                           downed several power lines and many
                           trees.

  Teton County
    Choteau                Thunderstorm Wind (G77)

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 89 mph at Choteau.

  Teton County
    5 NE Choteau           Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 80 mph at Chuteau 5NE.

  Teton County
    Collins                Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 70 mph at Collins.

  Teton County
    1 S Dutton             Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 58 mph at Dutton 1S.

  Pondera County
    2 NW Brady             Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 58 mph at Brady 2NW

  Pondera County
    4 E Conrad             Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 60 mph at Conrad 4E. The storm
                           snapped 20 feet off the top of a 60 foot
                           tree.

  Liberty County
    25 S Chester           Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 58 mph at Chester 25S.

  Toole County
    11 S Devon             Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           A severe thunderstorm produced a wind
                           gust to 58 mph at Devon 11S.

NORTH CAROLINA, Central

  Guilford County
    4 S Stokesdale to      Tornado (F1)
    1 N Stokesdale

                           A tornado touched down near the
                           intersection of Harrell Road and Lee's
                           Glen Road. Three garages lost their
                           roofs and numerous trees were snapped or
                           uprooted. The tornado then tracked north
                           across Meadows Drive and Haw Meadows
                           Drive where falling trees caused
                           significant damage to at least three
                           well-built homes, one of which was a
                           total loss. The tomado continued north
                           to Prince Edward road where about 70
                           percent of the trees in a heavily wooded
                           area were snapped or downed. Along Kelly
                           Court, a garage was destroyed. At South
                           Point Drive, the roof was blown off a
                           house resulting in major structural
                           damage. Other houses lost shingles,
                           siding and porches. The tornado then
                           continued across the county line into
                           Rockingham County. In Guilford County,
                           three houses suffered total losses, nine
                           homes sustained major damage, and 52
                           sustained minor damage.

  Moore County
    3 NW Vass              Tornado (F0)

                           A tornado touched down briefly near
                           Vass, blowing down trees and snapping
                           power poles.

  Chatham County
    4 W Pittsboro          Tornado (F0)

                           A tornado touched down briefly on the
                           west side of Pittsboro, blowing down
                           several trees, which in turn knocked
                           down several power lines.

  Orange County
    7 N Hillsborough       Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           Trees were blown down north of
                           Hillsborough on Keiger Road and McDades
                           Road.

  Person County
    Roxboro                Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           Trees were blown down just west

  Harnett County
    Lillington             Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           Two trees were blown down.

  Wake County
    Raleigh Durham Arpt    Thunderstorm Wind (G69)

                           Five small planes at the Raleigh-Durham
                           Airport were damaged, with four of them
                           sustaining significant damage. The
                           airport itself sustained structural
                           damage, with parts of a roof blown off.
                           Several cars were damaged and several
                           light poles were blown over. Wind damage
                           was reported along a line from Terminal
                           A to Terminal C.

  Wake County
    Raleigh                Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           Trees were blown down in downtown
                           Raleigh.

  Granville County
    Butner                 Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           Trees were blown down.

  Johnston County
    6 W Clayton            Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           Trees were blown down along Interstate
                           40 and Cornwallis Road just west of
                           Clayton. A carport sustained wind
                           damage.

VIRGINIA, East

  Hanover County
    Mabelton               Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           Trees down.

  King William County
    Aylett                 Tornado (F0)

                           F0 tornado blew roof off a house near
                           King William Road.

  Caroline County
    1 S Bowling Green to   Tornado (F1)
    1 W Moss Neck

                           F1 tornado damaged or destroyed several
                           buildings. Also, numerous trees downed
                           or sheared. This tornado tracked into
                           King George county.

  Amelia County
    Truxillo               Tornado (F0)

                           F0 tornado twisted off tree tops near
                           intersection of Routes 639 and 681.

  Fluvanna County
    3 W Palmyra            Tornado (F0)

                           F0 tornado demolished mobile home, blew
                           roof off house, and downed trees at
                           Route 693 and Longacre Road.

  Chesterfield County
    1 SW Midlothian        Tornado (F0)

                           F0 tornado produced minor damage to
                           trees near Route 288 and Woolridge Road.

  Henrico County
    3 NW Varina            Tornado (F0)

                           F0 tornado produced structural damage to
                           outbuildings and storage facilities at
                           several businesses along Old Osborne
                           Turnpike. This tornado tracked into the
                           City of Richmond.

  Richmond (C)
    Richmond               Tornado (F0)

                           F0 tornado produced minor damage to
                           businesses near Orleans Street. This
                           tornado entered from Henrico county.

October 2004

                                Time       Path      Path
                                Local/     Length    Width
Location                 Date   Standard   (Miles)   (Yards)

ALABAMA, North

  Colbert County
    2 E Riverton to      18     1545CST       2        200
    4 NE Riverton               1548CST

                         A tornado touched down and demolished
                         two sheds and destroyed several trees in
                         its path as it moved northeast toward
                         the Natchez Trace. Maximum wind speeds
                         with the tornado were at 100 miles an
                         hour.

  Lauderdale County
    7 W Petersville to   18     1648CST       5        200
    2 NW Petersville            1655CST

                         The tornado continued its path into
                         Lauderdale county and heavily damaged
                         two mobile homes, slightly injuring
                         three people. A barn was also destroyed
                         near where the mobile homes were
                         damaged. Maximum wind speeds of the
                         tornado where the most damage occurred
                         was also at 100 mph.

  Lauderdale County
    Lexington to         18     1710CST       2        50
      2 N Lexington             1715CST

                         Another tornado touched down at
                         Lexington and destroyed several large
                         trees and a couple of out buildings as
                         it crossed over into Tennessee. Maximum
                         wind speed of this tornado before it
                         moved into Tennessee was at 80 mph.

  Limestone County
      2 WSW Lester to    18     1727CST       2        35
    Lester                      1730CST

                         A F-0 tornado with maximum wind speeds
                         at 60 mph touched down and destroyed a
                         few trees and power lines.

TEXAS, Extreme West
  Hudspeth County
    Ft Hancock           5      2015MST
                                2030MST

                         Golfball size hail broke several windows
                         and damaged crops in the area.

                            Number of           Estimated
                             Persons             Damage

Location                 Killed   Injured   Property   Crops

ALABAMA, North

  Colbert County
    2 E Riverton to        0         0         2K
    4 NE Riverton
                         A tornado touched down and demolished
                         two sheds and destroyed several trees in
                         its path as it moved northeast toward
                         the Natchez Trace. Maximum wind speeds
                         with the tornado were at 100 miles an
                         hour.

  Lauderdale County
    7 W Petersville to     0         0        20K
    2 NW Petersville
                         The tornado continued its path into
                         Lauderdale county and heavily damaged
                         two mobile homes, slightly injuring
                         three people. A barn was also destroyed
                         near where the mobile homes were
                         damaged. Maximum wind speeds of the
                         tornado where the most damage occurred
                         was also at 100 mph.

  Lauderdale County
    Lexington to           0         0         5K
      2 N Lexington
                         Another tornado touched down at
                         Lexington and destroyed several large
                         trees and a couple of out buildings as
                         it crossed over into Tennessee. Maximum
                         wind speed of this tornado before it
                         moved into Tennessee was at 80 mph.

  Limestone County
      2 WSW Lester to      0         0
    Lester
                         A F-0 tornado with maximum wind speeds
                         at 60 mph touched down and destroyed a
                         few trees and power lines.

TEXAS, Extreme West
  Hudspeth County
    Ft Hancock             0         0         2K       5K

                         Golfball size hail broke several windows
                         and damaged crops in the area.

Location                 Character of Storm

ALABAMA, North

  Colbert County
    2 E Riverton to      Tornado (F1)
    4 NE Riverton
                         A tornado touched down and demolished
                         two sheds and destroyed several trees in
                         its path as it moved northeast toward
                         the Natchez Trace. Maximum wind speeds
                         with the tornado were at 100 miles an
                         hour.

  Lauderdale County
    7 W Petersville to   Tornado (F1)
    2 NW Petersville
                         The tornado continued its path into
                         Lauderdale county and heavily damaged
                         two mobile homes, slightly injuring
                         three people. A barn was also destroyed
                         near where the mobile homes were
                         damaged. Maximum wind speeds of the
                         tornado where the most damage occurred
                         was also at 100 mph.

  Lauderdale County
    Lexington to         Tornado (F1)
      2 N Lexington
                         Another tornado touched down at
                         Lexington and destroyed several large
                         trees and a couple of out buildings as
                         it crossed over into Tennessee. Maximum
                         wind speed of this tornado before it
                         moved into Tennessee was at 80 mph.

  Limestone County
      2 WSW Lester to    Tornado (F0)
    Lester
                         A F-0 tornado with maximum wind speeds
                         at 60 mph touched down and destroyed a
                         few trees and power lines.

TEXAS, Extreme West
  Hudspeth County
    Ft Hancock           Hail (1.75)

                         Golfball size hail broke several windows
                         and damaged crops in the area.

November 2004

                                  Time       Path      Path
                                  Local/     Length    Width
Location                   Date   Standard   (Miles)   (Yards)

GEORGIA, North and Central

  Polk County
    Fish Creek to          23     1530EST
    Rockmart                      1545EST

                           The Polk County 911 Center reported that
                           at least 50 trees were down in the
                           Rockmart area, with several more down to
                           the west of Rockmart in the Fish and
                           Fish Creek areas. At least three homes
                           were damaged in the Fish Creek area from
                           fallen trees. In Rockmart, one barn
                           collapsed from the strong winds and
                           several others were damaged. Several
                           power lines were also down in the area.

  Paulding County
    Countywide             23     1608EST

                           The Paulding County Emergency Management
                           Director reported that several trees and
                           power lines were down around the county.

  Butts County
    Jackson                23     1729EST

                           The Butts County 911 Center reported
                           dime-sized hail on Georgia Highway 36
                           West in Jackson.

  Cobb County
    Marietta               23     2044EST
                                  2300EST

                           The National Weather Service river gage
                           located at Sope Creek rose above the
                           flood stage of 12.0 feet at 8 pm EST as
                           a result of several inches of rain
                           during the preceding hours. The creek
                           crested just above this stage and then
                           fell below flood stage around 11 pm EST.
                           The yards of several homes were flooded
                           on Lower Roswell Road adjacent to the
                           creek.

  Floyd County
    6 NNE Rome             24     0900EST
                                  1130EST

                           The Rome News Tribune reported that two
                           portions of Old Dalton Highway,
                           northeast of Rome, collapsed because of
                           heavy rain and flash flooding. The
                           collapsed road resulted in injuries to
                           three people, all of whom drove their
                           vehicles past barricades and into
                           the large hole that had developed.

  Haralson County
    Bremen                 24     0910EST

                           The Bremen Police Department reported
                           that many trees were blown down in the
                           Bremen area. In addition, a front porch
                           and back patio were blown off a home.

  Heard County
    Ephesus to             24     0912EST
    Texas                         0939EST

                           The Heard County 911 Center reported
                           that five barns were destroyed from high
                           winds in Ephesus and a portion of a roof
                           was blown off a mobile home in Texas. A
                           10 foot by 10 foot metal shed was also
                           carried away from its foundation.
                           Another residence sustained some roof
                           damage, while at another residence an
                           outdoor trampoline blown one-half mile
                           away. In addition, a number of trees
                           were down in Ephesus. A possible tornado
                           was reported in the Ephesus area, but
                           there was never any confirmation of this
                           report.

  Polk County
    2 SW Rockmart          24     0920EST

                           The Polk County 911 Center reported that
                           several trees were down, some on power
                           lines.

  Carroll County
    Carrollton             24     0930EST

                           The Carroll County Emergency Management
                           Director reported that a residential
                           fire was caused by a lightning strike.

  Coweta County
      4 SW Newnan to       24     0930EST
    Sharpsburg                    1000EST

                           The Times/Heard of Newnan and the public
                           reported that strong straight-lined
                           thunderstorm winds blew down dozens of
                           trees and power lines throughout the
                           county. Several roads had to be closed
                           for a period of time, including
                           Interstate 85 near Exit 41. A home on
                           Lower Fayetteville Road was damaged and
                           two barns were destroyed at a farm on
                           Smokey Road southwest of Newnan. The
                           damage to the barns resulted in the loss
                           of two livestock that were inside one of
                           the barns. In Newnan, a resident
                           reported that the wind removed a metal
                           storage shed from its foundation.

GEORGIA. North and Central

  Harris County
    Countywide             24     0930EST
                                  1000EST

                           The Harris County 911 Center reported
                           that many trees were down throughout the
                           county.

  Carroll County
    Temple to              24     0934EST
    Carrollton                    0945EST

                           The Carroll County Emergency Management
                           Director reported extensive damage to
                           trees in the Temple area. More than 25
                           large trees were blown down in the area.
                           Three homes, two vehicles, and at least
                           fifteen power lines sustained damage
                           from downed trees. In addition, a
                           commercial barn was damaged when the tin
                           roof was ripped off the structure from
                           the high winds. One road was also
                           temporarily blocked from a downed tree.
                           One resident in the area reported
                           observing a tornado in the area. The
                           Emergency Management Director noted that
                           several trees were twisted off about 30
                           feet above the ground in this area,
                           however there was no actual confirmation
                           of a tornado in the area.

  Troup County
    La Grange              24     0935EST

                           The Troup County 911 Center and the La
                           Grange News reported that several trees
                           were down in and around the city. In
                           addition, one tree was down on a home.

  Bartow County
    Cartersville           24     0939EST

                           The Bartow County Emergency Management
                           Director reported that three trees were
                           blown down.

  Douglas County
    Winston to             24     0945EST
    Lithia Spgs

                           The Douglas County Emergency Management
                           Director reported that power lines were
                           down in the northwest part of the county
                           and from 30 to 40 trees were blown down
                           within a one-mile radius of downtown
                           Lithia Springs.

  Fulton County
      1 S Campbellton to   24     0952EST
    Palmetto                      1002EST

                           The Fulton County 911 Center reported
                           that a large tree fell on a power line
                           and also blocked a portion of Ridge Road
                           just south of Georgia Highway 92. In
                           Palmetto, several large tree limbs were
                           blown down and knocked out an electrical
                           transformer at Cobb and Crawford
                           Streets.

  Meriwether County
    Luthersville           24     0955EST

                           The Meriwether County 911 Center
                           reported that several trees and power
                           lines were blown down.

  Pickens County
    Countywide             24     1000EST
                                  1025EST

                           The Pickens County 911 Center reported
                           that around six trees were blown down,
                           scattered about the county.

  Pike County
    Countywide             24     1000EST
                                  1030EST

                           The Pike County 911 Center reported that
                           a few trees were blown down around the
                           county.

  Cherokee County
    5 W Waleska            24     1010EST

                           A damage survey conducted by the
                           Cherokee County Emergency Management
                           Director reported that dozens of trees
                           were blown down in a rural area near
                           Pine Log Mountain in northwest Cherokee
                           county. The damage was a result of
                           strong straight-lined winds.

  Fayette County
    Countywide             24     1010EST
                                  1030EST

                           The Fayette County Emergency Management
                           Director reported widespread and
                           extensive damage to trees, power lines,
                           homes and vehicles as a result of
                           straight-lined winds or possibly a
                           microburst. Wind gusts were estimated to
                           be at least 70 mph in some parts of the
                           county. This information was confirmed
                           by other sources, including the public,
                           the county 911 center, and observations
                           of employees at the National Weather
                           Service Forecast Office in Peachtree
                           City, as well as a followup aerial
                           survey. Dozens of large trees, many of
                           which were pines, were either uprooted
                           or blown down all across the county,
                           causing damage to homes, vehicles, power
                           lines, and blocking several roads. The
                           most extensive damage occurred across
                           the southern and eastern parts of the
                           county, from the south end of Peachtree
                           City, to Starrs Mill, to Woolsey. At
                           least 30 homes sustained extensive
                           damage when large trees, mostly pine,
                           fell on the structures. A number of
                           roads were blocked, including portions
                           of Georgia Highway 74 in Peachtree City,
                           Georgia Highway 92 south of
                           Fayetteville, and portions of McBride,
                           Redwine, and County Line Roads. Power
                           lines were brought down all over the
                           county leaving many residents of the
                           county without power for 12 or more
                           hours. Peachtree City suffered the
                           most monetary damage with well over
                           $325,000 in damage to homes. Two
                           subdivisions, Clearbrook Estates and
                           Bonaventure Estates, on the southeast
                           side of Fayetteville along Jeff Davis
                           Drive, sustained over $250,000 in
                           damages. The Rebecca Lakes subdivision
                           in Fayetteville sustained another
                           $245,000 in damages, with over $100,000
                           in unincorporated Fayette county (mostly
                           in the Starrs Mill to Woolsey area), and
                           around $36,000 in the city of
                           Fayetteville. In addition, a portion of
                           a roof and door of a hanger at Falcon
                           Field Airport in Peachtree City also
                           sustained substantial damage.

  Cherokee County
    7 W Canton to          24     1014EST
    2.5 E Canton

                           The Cherokee County Emergency Management
                           Director and associated personnel
                           conducted a damage survey and found a
                           broken path of extensive damage to
                           trees, power lines, structures, and
                           vehicles across central Cherokee county
                           from 6 miles west of Canton to 2.5 miles
                           east of Canton, mostly along and near
                           Georgia Highway 20. Most of the damage
                           was consistent with strong straight-
                           lined winds, with the possible exception
                           of one small area in downtown Canton
                           along Chamblee Street where possible F0
                           tornado damage was observed. The damage
                           path began near the intersection of
                           Fields Chapel Road and Sweet Water Creek
                           Trail west of Canton where mostly tree
                           damage was observed The damage path
                           continued through the Field Stone
                           Subdivision, where extensive damage to
                           homes and trees was observed. Many homes
                           in this area suffered major damage when
                           large oak trees fell on the structures.
                           Siding was blown off some of the homes
                           and several vehicles in the area were
                           destroyed when large trees fell on them.
                           The damage path then continued eastward
                           along Oak Dale Road in Canton, where
                           several more homes, vehicles, and out
                           buildings were damaged and a number of
                           trees were blown down. In addition, the
                           softball facility at the Cherokee County
                           High School Complex suffered major
                           damage when the roof of the dugout was
                           blown off and 200 feet of a chain link
                           fence was flattened. The damage then
                           continued to Main Street and Brown
                           Street in Canton, where a large downed
                           tree crushed and destroyed 11 vehicles.
                           Shortly beyond this point is where the
                           possible F0 tornado occurred. The damage
                           then continued east of Canton
                           terminating in the Brooke Park
                           Development, where again dozens of large
                           trees were blown down onto homes and
                           vehicles. All together, 115 homes
                           sustained damage, 10 of which incurred
                           major damage, 13 vehicles were
                           destroyed, three others sustained some
                           damage, and 8 outbuildings were damaged,
                           of which four were destroyed.

  Clayton County
    5 WSW Hastings         24     1020EST

                           The public reported that the damage path
                           to trees and homes that began in eastern
                           Fayette county to two subdivisions along
                           Jeff Davis Drive southeast of
                           Fayetteville, continued into Clayton
                           county. Strong straight-lined winds blew
                           down dozens of trees and damaged some
                           homes in a subdivision near the Flint
                           River along North Bridge/Hampton Road.
                           Other damage was reported to trees
                           along Heritage and Panhandle Drives. At
                           least 10 trees were blown down just
                           within one block. The gutters were
                           ripped off another house by the strong
                           winds.

  Henry County
    Hampton to             24     1020EST
    Mc Donough                    1045EST

                           The public and an amateur radio operator
                           reported widespread damage to trees and
                           power lines throughout the county. Some
                           of the worst damage was along and near
                           Georgia Highway 20 between Hampton and
                           McDonough. Portions of the highway were
                           blocked and closed from downed trees.
                           Several trees had fallen on and caused
                           damage to homes in the area as well.
                           Trees were also down in the Lakeview
                           Subdivision on Mundy's Mill Road. In
                           addition, a billboard was down on
                           Interstate 75 between exits 218 and 221.

  Fulton County
    3 S Sandy Spgs         24     1025EST

                           The Fulton County 911 Center reported
                           that several trees and some power lines
                           were down on Roswell Road just south of
                           Interstate 285.

  Dawson County
    Countywide             24     1027EST
                                  1054EST

                           The public and the Dawson County 911
                           Center reported that a good number of
                           trees and several power lines were down
                           across the county. The worst damage was
                           in the area from the northwest part of
                           the county to around Dawsonville.

  Spalding County
    Griffin                24     1030EST

                           The Spalding County Emergency
                           Management Director reported that a
                           tree fell on the porch of a home on
                           Lyndsey Road.

  Forsyth County
    Cumming                24     1047EST

                           The Forsyth County Emergency Management
                           Director reported that a couple of
                           trees were down in Cumming. The public
                           reported that one tree was down near
                           Young Deer.

  Gwinnett County
    Lawrenceville to       24     1055EST
    Snellville                    1105EST

                           The Gwinnett County Emergency Management
                           Director reported that a number of trees
                           and several power lines were down from
                           Lawrenceville to Snellville. Two homes
                           suffered significant damage when large
                           trees fell on the structures. A large
                           hardwood tree fell through a home in
                           Lawrenceville. A woman inside was
                           injured when falling debris struck her
                           in the head. A Chevy Impala and a pickup
                           truck in the driveway were also damaged.
                           Another tree fell on a house in
                           Snellville, causing significant damage
                           to that home as well. Two cars in the
                           garage of that home were also damaged.
                           Around 300 residents in the county were
                           left without power for several hours
                           following the storms.

  Hall County
    Gainesville            24     1100EST
                                  1116EST

                           The Hall County Emergency Management
                           Director reported that a home on Camp
                           Spring Drive suffered extensive damage
                           from strong thunderstorm wind gusts.
                           Half of the roof was blown off the home
                           and the garage collapsed. At another
                           location, namely Georgia Highway 60
                           South, a 100 by 50 foot storage building
                           was destroyed. Many trees were blown
                           down throughout the Gainesville area.

  Walton County
    Walnut Grove           24     1100EST
                                  1130EST

                           The Walton County 911 Center reported
                           that several trees and power lines were
                           blown down.

  Jackson County
    Countywide             24     1116EST
                                  1152EST

                           The Jackson Electric Membership
                           Cooperative reported many trees and
                           power lines down throughout the county.
                           Power outages in the county were
                           widespread.

  Morgan County
    Bostwick               24     1116EST

                           The Morgan County Fire Department and
                           Rescue Squad reported that the tin roof
                           was partially blown off a bam. In
                           addition, several trees were also down
                           in the area.

  White County
    Cleveland              24     1120EST

                           The White County 911 Center reported
                           that a tree fell on a house causing
                           damage to the gutters.

  Jasper County
    Hillsboro              24     1124EST

                           The public reported that a few trees
                           were down in the southern portion of the
                           county.

  Banks County
    6 N Homer to           24     1130EST
    7 ESE Homer

                           The Banks County 911 Center reported
                           that many trees were blown down around
                           six miles north of Homer. The Greer,
                           South Carolina National Weather Service
                           Forecast Office reported that a tree
                           fell on the Banks/Franklin county line
                           near Interstate 85, causing damage to a
                           cell tower located in Franklin county.

  Houston County
    Perry                  24     1130EST

                           The Houston County 911 Center reported
                           that a few trees were blown down,
                           including some on Sam Nunn Boulevard.

  Peach County
    Ft Vly                 24     1130EST

                           The Peach County 911 Center reported
                           that a couple of trees were blown down
                           near Georgia Highway 96.

  Clarke County
    1 W Athens to          24     1133EST
    .5 W Athens                   1151EST

                           The Clarke County 911 Center reported
                           that an extensive number of trees were
                           down in a small area just west of
                           Athens.

  Bibb County
    Macon to               24     1135EST
    Skipperton                    1200EST

                           The Bibb County 911 Center reported
                           widespread damage to trees in the Macon
                           area. In the southern part of the county,
                           a few trees were also blown down.

  Oconee County
    Bogart                 24     1135EST

                           The Oconee County 911 Center reported
                           that a couple of trees were blown down
                           on U.S. Highway 78 near Bogart.

  Oglethorpe County
    Countywide             24     1142EST
                                  1200EST

                           The Oglethorpe County 911 Center
                           reported that a few trees were down,
                           scattered about the county.

  Twiggs County
    Countywide             24     1143EST
                                  1200EST

                           The Macon Telegraph reported that
                           several trees were blown down around the
                           county.

  Greene County
    Siloam                 24     1145EST

                           The Rayle Electric Membership
                           Cooperative reported that several trees
                           were down on power lines along Georgia
                           Highway 77.

  Taliaferro County
    Crawfordville          24     1200EST

                           The Taliaferro County 911 Center
                           reported that one tree was blown down.

  Washington County
    Sandersville to        24     1258EST
    Tennille                      1300EST

                           The Washington County 911 Center
                           reported that a few trees were down on
                           Georgia Highway 15 on the north side of
                           Sandersville and a few trees were also
                           down in Tennille, including one which
                           was down on Tennille Road.

  Laurens County
    Cedar Grove            24     1310EST

                           The Laurens County 911 Center reported
                           that a few trees were blown down.

INDIANA, Central

  Decatur County
    4 NW Greensburg        24     1710EST      0.5       50
                                  1711EST

                           A small and short lived tornado touched
                           down four miles northwest of Greensburg,
                           crossing Interstate 74 near exit 132.
                           Trees were downed, a barn roof was torn
                           off, and cars were blown off the road.
                           Damage amount is estimated.

  Rush County
    6 SE Rushville         24     1724EST
                                  1725EST

  Rush County
    11.4 SE Rushville to   24     1725EST      0.6       50
    11 SE Rushville               1727EST

                           A small tornado touched down just west
                           of the Rush/Franklin county line, moving
                           into Franklin county, and out of the
                           Indianapolis County Warning Area, at
                           5:27 pm EST. A garage was destroyed and
                           numerous trees and a power pole were
                           snapped. At US 52 just west of the
                           county line, a home lost part of its
                           roof. Property damage is estimated. A
                           strong low pressure system moved through
                           southern Indiana on 24 November 2004. A
                           few low topped supercells formed along
                           the warm front, producing two tornadoes
                           in southeast Indiana.

TEXAS, Central Southeast

  Polk County
    3 W Livingston         23     1406CST

                           Funnel sighted near the intersection of
                           Highways 190 and 350 near Highway 59.

  Houston County
    Crockett               23     1420CST

                           3/4 to 7/8 inch hail in Crockett.

  Washington County
    Brenham                23     1420CST      0.1       20

                           Downed trees with residential and
                           vehicle damage.

  Trinity County
    4 N Trinity            23     1440CST

  Liberty County
    7 SW Liberty           23     1452CST      0.1       20

                           This tornado occurred over open land and
                           caused no damage.

  Grimes County
    Todd Mission           23     1525CST      0.2       25

                           This tornado occurred over open land and
                           caused no damage.

  Montgomery County
    1 N Montgomery         23     1530CST      0.3       25

                           Reports of a couple of trees down at
                           Highways 1097 and 149.

  Montgomery County
    Willis                 23     1550CST      0.1       20

                           One tree down on Highway 1097 in Willis.

  Harris County
    5 S Spring             23     1608CST

                           Sighted between Spring and
                           Intercontinental Airport.

  San Jacinto County
    10 SW Coldspring       23     1610CST

                           Tree down at intersection of Highways
                           3081 and 725.

  Montgomery County
    Willis                 23     1615CST

  Grimes County
    5 NW Anderson          23     1652CST
                                  2000CST

                           FM 244 south of Highway 30 closed due to
                           flooding.

  Walker County
    12 NW Huntsville       23     1653CST
                                  2000CST

                           Road closed due to flooding at
                           intersection of FM 2989 and Interstate
                           45 feeder road.

  Trinity County
    Trinity                23     1730CST
                                  21000ST

                           FM 2262 at Alabama Creek in Trinity
                           closed due to flooding.

  Trinity County
    4 E Apple Spgs         23     1915CST

  Burleson County
    5 E Caldwell           23     2018CST

  Washington County
    3 NNW Gay Hill         23     2035CST

  Brazos County
    Bryan                  23     2038CST

                           Tree down on car.

  Madison County
    7 W Madisonville       23     2038CST

  Grimes County
    4 E Navasota           23     2045CST

                           Barn destroyed.

  Jackson County
    Morales                23     2055CST

                           Tree down on residential home roof.

  Austin County
    Cat Spg                23     2112CST

                           Tree down on home in Cat Spring.

  Wharton County
    5 NW Wharton           23     2120CST      0.4       35

                           Four homes were damaged in the Spanish
                           Camp area near the intersection of FM
                           1161 and FM 640.

  Waller County
    Countywide             23     2121CST

                           Barn damaged in Monaville, power lines
                           snapped in Waller and Hempstead.

  Trinity County
    Trinity                23     2125CST

                           Power line and tree down at intersection
                           of J.B. Price and Evans Roads with part
                           of a bam destroyed.

  Walker County
    Crabbs Prairie         23     2125CST

  Waller County
    6 ESE Monaville        23     2125CST

                           Power poles snapped at intersection of
                           FM 362 and FM 529.

  Wharton County
    Glen Flora             23     2130CST

                           Trees and power lines down, along with
                           damaged barns, in the the towns of
                           Eygpt, Glen Flora, Hungerford, and
                           Wharton.

  Waller County
    1 S Hempstead          23     2140CST

                           Tree down.

  Montgomery County
    Countywide             23     2145CST

                           Numerous trees down across county.

  Harris County
    10 S Cypress           23     2200CST

                           Trees and power lines down at the
                           intersection of FM 529 and Highway 6.

  Trinity County
    5 SE Apple Spgs to     23     2200CST       2        500
    7 SE Apple Spgs

                           Seven hunters in the Davy Crockett
                           National Forest were stranded and their
                           vehicles severely damaged. Seventy to
                           ninety percent of trees in path felled
                           or damaged.

  Fort Bend County
    8 W Sugarland          23     2205CST      0.1       20

                           Tree down.

  Liberty County
    Liberty                23     2210CST

                           Damage to retail store, several cars in
                           parking lot also damaged.

  Polk County
    Countywide             23     2210CST

                           Numerous power lines and trees down.

  Matagorda County
    Palacios               23     2220CST

  Brazoria County
    Alvin                  23     2225CST

                           Tree down on power line.

  Harris County
    Pasadena               23     2235CST

                           Numerous power lines down.

  Liberty County
    Countywide             23     2235CST

                           Numerous trees down countywide. Metal
                           building damaged along with fire
                           station's communications tower toppled
                           in Cleveland.

  Galveston County
    League City            23     2245CST

                           Windows blown out of residential homes,
                           roof damage, trees, and fences blown
                           down. Power lines and signs also down.

  Chambers County
    Winnie                 23     2320CST

                           Restaurant and homes damaged.

                              Number of          Estimated
                               Persons            Damage

Location                   Killed   Injured   Property   Crops

GEORGIA, North and Central

  Polk County
    Fish Creek to            0         0        35K
    Rockmart

                           The Polk County 911 Center reported that
                           at least 50 trees were down in the
                           Rockmart area, with several more down to
                           the west of Rockmart in the Fish and
                           Fish Creek areas. At least three homes
                           were damaged in the Fish Creek area from
                           fallen trees. In Rockmart, one barn
                           collapsed from the strong winds and
                           several others were damaged. Several
                           power lines were also down in the area.

  Paulding County
    Countywide               0         0         3K

                           The Paulding County Emergency Management
                           Director reported that several trees and
                           power lines were down around the county.

  Butts County
    Jackson                  0         0

                           The Butts County 911 Center reported
                           dime-sized hail on Georgia Highway 36
                           West in Jackson.

  Cobb County
    Marietta                 0         0

                           The National Weather Service river gage
                           located at Sope Creek rose above the
                           flood stage of 12.0 feet at 8 pm EST as
                           a result of several inches of rain
                           during the preceding hours. The creek
                           crested just above this stage and then
                           fell below flood stage around 11 pm EST.
                           The yards of several homes were flooded
                           on Lower Roswell Road adjacent to the
                           creek.

  Floyd County
    6 NNE Rome               0         0        15K

                           The Rome News Tribune reported that two
                           portions of Old Dalton Highway,
                           northeast of Rome, collapsed because of
                           heavy rain and flash flooding. The
                           collapsed road resulted in injuries to
                           three people, all of whom drove their
                           vehicles past barricades and into
                           the large hole that had developed.

  Haralson County
    Bremen                   0         0        10K

                           The Bremen Police Department reported
                           that many trees were blown down in the
                           Bremen area. In addition, a front porch
                           and back patio were blown off a home.

  Heard County
    Ephesus to               0         0        50K
    Texas
                           The Heard County 911 Center reported
                           that five barns were destroyed from high
                           winds in Ephesus and a portion of a roof
                           was blown off a mobile home in Texas. A
                           10 foot by 10 foot metal shed was also
                           carried away from its foundation.
                           Another residence sustained some roof
                           damage, while at another residence an
                           outdoor trampoline blown one-half mile
                           away. In addition, a number of trees
                           were down in Ephesus. A possible tornado
                           was reported in the Ephesus area, but
                           there was never any confirmation of this
                           report.

  Polk County
    2 SW Rockmart            0         0         5K

                           The Polk County 911 Center reported that
                           several trees were down, some on power
                           lines.

  Carroll County
    Carrollton               0         0        25K

                           The Carroll County Emergency Management
                           Director reported that a residential
                           fire was caused by a lightning strike.

  Coweta County
      4 SW Newnan to         0         0        40K
    Sharpsburg
                           The Times/Heard of Newnan and the public
                           reported that strong straight-lined
                           thunderstorm winds blew down dozens of
                           trees and power lines throughout the
                           county. Several roads had to be closed
                           for a period of time, including
                           Interstate 85 near Exit 41. A home on
                           Lower Fayetteville Road was damaged and
                           two barns were destroyed at a farm on
                           Smokey Road southwest of Newnan. The
                           damage to the barns resulted in the loss
                           of two livestock that were inside one of
                           the barns. In Newnan, a resident
                           reported that the wind removed a metal
                           storage shed from its foundation.

GEORGIA. North and Central

  Harris County
    Countywide               0         0        5K

                           The Harris County 911 Center reported
                           that many trees were down throughout the
                           county.

  Carroll County
    Temple to                0         0       150K
    Carrollton
                           The Carroll County Emergency Management
                           Director reported extensive damage to
                           trees in the Temple area. More than 25
                           large trees were blown down in the area.
                           Three homes, two vehicles, and at least
                           fifteen power lines sustained damage
                           from downed trees. In addition, a
                           commercial barn was damaged when the tin
                           roof was ripped off the structure from
                           the high winds. One road was also
                           temporarily blocked from a downed tree.
                           One resident in the area reported
                           observing a tornado in the area. The
                           Emergency Management Director noted that
                           several trees were twisted off about 30
                           feet above the ground in this area,
                           however there was no actual confirmation
                           of a tornado in the area.

  Troup County
    La Grange                0         0        15K

                           The Troup County 911 Center and the La
                           Grange News reported that several trees
                           were down in and around the city. In
                           addition, one tree was down on a home.

  Bartow County
    Cartersville             0         0       0.75K

                           The Bartow County Emergency Management
                           Director reported that three trees were
                           blown down.

  Douglas County
    Winston to               0         0        25K
    Lithia Spgs
                           The Douglas County Emergency Management
                           Director reported that power lines were
                           down in the northwest part of the county
                           and from 30 to 40 trees were blown down
                           within a one-mile radius of downtown
                           Lithia Springs.

  Fulton County
      1 S Campbellton to     0         0         1K
    Palmetto
                           The Fulton County 911 Center reported
                           that a large tree fell on a power line
                           and also blocked a portion of Ridge Road
                           just south of Georgia Highway 92. In
                           Palmetto, several large tree limbs were
                           blown down and knocked out an electrical
                           transformer at Cobb and Crawford
                           Streets.

  Meriwether County
    Luthersville             0         0         5K

                           The Meriwether County 911 Center
                           reported that several trees and power
                           lines were blown down.

  Pickens County
    Countywide               0         0        1.5K

                           The Pickens County 911 Center reported
                           that around six trees were blown down,
                           scattered about the county.

  Pike County
    Countywide               0         0         1K

                           The Pike County 911 Center reported that
                           a few trees were blown down around the
                           county.

  Cherokee County
    5 W Waleska              0         0         5K

                           A damage survey conducted by the
                           Cherokee County Emergency Management
                           Director reported that dozens of trees
                           were blown down in a rural area near
                           Pine Log Mountain in northwest Cherokee
                           county. The damage was a result of
                           strong straight-lined winds.

  Fayette County
    Countywide               0         0         1M

                           The Fayette County Emergency Management
                           Director reported widespread and
                           extensive damage to trees, power lines,
                           homes and vehicles as a result of
                           straight-lined winds or possibly a
                           microburst. Wind gusts were estimated to
                           be at least 70 mph in some parts of the
                           county. This information was confirmed
                           by other sources, including the public,
                           the county 911 center, and observations
                           of employees at the National Weather
                           Service Forecast Office in Peachtree
                           City, as well as a followup aerial
                           survey. Dozens of large trees, many of
                           which were pines, were either uprooted
                           or blown down all across the county,
                           causing damage to homes, vehicles, power
                           lines, and blocking several roads. The
                           most extensive damage occurred across
                           the southern and eastern parts of the
                           county, from the south end of Peachtree
                           City, to Starrs Mill, to Woolsey. At
                           least 30 homes sustained extensive
                           damage when large trees, mostly pine,
                           fell on the structures. A number of
                           roads were blocked, including portions
                           of Georgia Highway 74 in Peachtree City,
                           Georgia Highway 92 south of
                           Fayetteville, and portions of McBride,
                           Redwine, and County Line Roads. Power
                           lines were brought down all over the
                           county leaving many residents of the
                           county without power for 12 or more
                           hours. Peachtree City suffered the
                           most monetary damage with well over
                           $325,000 in damage to homes. Two
                           subdivisions, Clearbrook Estates and
                           Bonaventure Estates, on the southeast
                           side of Fayetteville along Jeff Davis
                           Drive, sustained over $250,000 in
                           damages. The Rebecca Lakes subdivision
                           in Fayetteville sustained another
                           $245,000 in damages, with over $100,000
                           in unincorporated Fayette county (mostly
                           in the Starrs Mill to Woolsey area), and
                           around $36,000 in the city of
                           Fayetteville. In addition, a portion of
                           a roof and door of a hanger at Falcon
                           Field Airport in Peachtree City also
                           sustained substantial damage.

  Cherokee County
    7 W Canton to            0         0        1.7M
    2.5 E Canton
                           The Cherokee County Emergency Management
                           Director and associated personnel
                           conducted a damage survey and found a
                           broken path of extensive damage to
                           trees, power lines, structures, and
                           vehicles across central Cherokee county
                           from 6 miles west of Canton to 2.5 miles
                           east of Canton, mostly along and near
                           Georgia Highway 20. Most of the damage
                           was consistent with strong straight-
                           lined winds, with the possible exception
                           of one small area in downtown Canton
                           along Chamblee Street where possible F0
                           tornado damage was observed. The damage
                           path began near the intersection of
                           Fields Chapel Road and Sweet Water Creek
                           Trail west of Canton where mostly tree
                           damage was observed The damage path
                           continued through the Field Stone
                           Subdivision, where extensive damage to
                           homes and trees was observed. Many homes
                           in this area suffered major damage when
                           large oak trees fell on the structures.
                           Siding was blown off some of the homes
                           and several vehicles in the area were
                           destroyed when large trees fell on them.
                           The damage path then continued eastward
                           along Oak Dale Road in Canton, where
                           several more homes, vehicles, and out
                           buildings were damaged and a number of
                           trees were blown down. In addition, the
                           softball facility at the Cherokee County
                           High School Complex suffered major
                           damage when the roof of the dugout was
                           blown off and 200 feet of a chain link
                           fence was flattened. The damage then
                           continued to Main Street and Brown
                           Street in Canton, where a large downed
                           tree crushed and destroyed 11 vehicles.
                           Shortly beyond this point is where the
                           possible F0 tornado occurred. The damage
                           then continued east of Canton
                           terminating in the Brooke Park
                           Development, where again dozens of large
                           trees were blown down onto homes and
                           vehicles. All together, 115 homes
                           sustained damage, 10 of which incurred
                           major damage, 13 vehicles were
                           destroyed, three others sustained some
                           damage, and 8 outbuildings were damaged,
                           of which four were destroyed.

  Clayton County
    5 WSW Hastings           0         0        50K

                           The public reported that the damage path
                           to trees and homes that began in eastern
                           Fayette county to two subdivisions along
                           Jeff Davis Drive southeast of
                           Fayetteville, continued into Clayton
                           county. Strong straight-lined winds blew
                           down dozens of trees and damaged some
                           homes in a subdivision near the Flint
                           River along North Bridge/Hampton Road.
                           Other damage was reported to trees
                           along Heritage and Panhandle Drives. At
                           least 10 trees were blown down just
                           within one block. The gutters were
                           ripped off another house by the strong
                           winds.

  Henry County
    Hampton to               0         0        100K
    Mc Donough
                           The public and an amateur radio operator
                           reported widespread damage to trees and
                           power lines throughout the county. Some
                           of the worst damage was along and near
                           Georgia Highway 20 between Hampton and
                           McDonough. Portions of the highway were
                           blocked and closed from downed trees.
                           Several trees had fallen on and caused
                           damage to homes in the area as well.
                           Trees were also down in the Lakeview
                           Subdivision on Mundy's Mill Road. In
                           addition, a billboard was down on
                           Interstate 75 between exits 218 and 221.

  Fulton County
    3 S Sandy Spgs           0         0         5K

                           The Fulton County 911 Center reported
                           that several trees and some power lines
                           were down on Roswell Road just south of
                           Interstate 285.

  Dawson County
    Countywide               0         0        15K

                           The public and the Dawson County 911
                           Center reported that a good number of
                           trees and several power lines were down
                           across the county. The worst damage was
                           in the area from the northwest part of
                           the county to around Dawsonville.

  Spalding County
    Griffin                  0         0       0.25K

                           The Spalding County Emergency
                           Management Director reported that a
                           tree fell on the porch of a home on
                           Lyndsey Road.

  Forsyth County
    Cumming                  0         0         1K

                           The Forsyth County Emergency Management
                           Director reported that a couple of
                           trees were down in Cumming. The public
                           reported that one tree was down near
                           Young Deer.

  Gwinnett County
    Lawrenceville to         0         1       100K
    Snellville

                           The Gwinnett County Emergency Management
                           Director reported that a number of trees
                           and several power lines were down from
                           Lawrenceville to Snellville. Two homes
                           suffered significant damage when large
                           trees fell on the structures. A large
                           hardwood tree fell through a home in
                           Lawrenceville. A woman inside was
                           injured when falling debris struck her
                           in the head. A Chevy Impala and a pickup
                           truck in the driveway were also damaged.
                           Another tree fell on a house in
                           Snellville, causing significant damage
                           to that home as well. Two cars in the
                           garage of that home were also damaged.
                           Around 300 residents in the county were
                           left without power for several hours
                           following the storms.

  Hall County
    Gainesville              0         0        75K

                           The Hall County Emergency Management
                           Director reported that a home on Camp
                           Spring Drive suffered extensive damage
                           from strong thunderstorm wind gusts.
                           Half of the roof was blown off the home
                           and the garage collapsed. At another
                           location, namely Georgia Highway 60
                           South, a 100 by 50 foot storage building
                           was destroyed. Many trees were blown
                           down throughout the Gainesville area.

  Walton County
    Walnut Grove             0         0        5K

                           The Walton County 911 Center reported
                           that several trees and power lines were
                           blown down.

  Jackson County
    Countywide               0         0        10K

                           The Jackson Electric Membership
                           Cooperative reported many trees and
                           power lines down throughout the county.
                           Power outages in the county were
                           widespread.

  Morgan County
    Bostwick                 0         0         7K

                           The Morgan County Fire Department and
                           Rescue Squad reported that the tin roof
                           was partially blown off a bam. In
                           addition, several trees were also down
                           in the area.

  White County
    Cleveland                0         0         5K

                           The White County 911 Center reported
                           that a tree fell on a house causing
                           damage to the gutters.

  Jasper County
    Hillsboro                0         0       0.50K

                           The public reported that a few trees
                           were down in the southern portion of the
                           county.

  Banks County
    6 N Homer to             0         0         5K
    7 ESE Homer

                           The Banks County 911 Center reported
                           that many trees were blown down around
                           six miles north of Homer. The Greer,
                           South Carolina National Weather Service
                           Forecast Office reported that a tree
                           fell on the Banks/Franklin county line
                           near Interstate 85, causing damage to a
                           cell tower located in Franklin county.

  Houston County
    Perry                    0         0         1K

                           The Houston County 911 Center reported
                           that a few trees were blown down,
                           including some on Sam Nunn Boulevard.

  Peach County
    Ft Vly                   0         0       0.50K

                           The Peach County 911 Center reported
                           that a couple of trees were blown down
                           near Georgia Highway 96.

  Clarke County
    1 W Athens to            0         0         5K
    .5 W Athens

                           The Clarke County 911 Center reported
                           that an extensive number of trees were
                           down in a small area just west of
                           Athens.

  Bibb County
    Macon to                 0         0        1OK
    Skipperton

                           The Bibb County 911 Center reported
                           widespread damage to trees in the Macon
                           area. In the southern part of the county,
                           a few trees were also blown down.

  Oconee County
    Bogart                   0         0       0.50K

                           The Oconee County 911 Center reported
                           that a couple of trees were blown down
                           on U.S. Highway 78 near Bogart.

  Oglethorpe County
    Countywide               0         0         1K

                           The Oglethorpe County 911 Center
                           reported that a few trees were down,
                           scattered about the county.

  Twiggs County
    Countywide               0         0         2K

                           The Macon Telegraph reported that
                           several trees were blown down around the
                           county.

  Greene County
    Siloam                   0         0         3K

                           The Rayle Electric Membership
                           Cooperative reported that several trees
                           were down on power lines along Georgia
                           Highway 77.

  Taliaferro County
    Crawfordville            0         0       0.25K

                           The Taliaferro County 911 Center
                           reported that one tree was blown down.

  Washington County
    Sandersville to          0         0         1K
    Tennille

                           The Washington County 911 Center
                           reported that a few trees were down on
                           Georgia Highway 15 on the north side of
                           Sandersville and a few trees were also
                           down in Tennille, including one which
                           was down on Tennille Road.

  Laurens County
    Cedar Grove              0         0       0.75K

                           The Laurens County 911 Center reported
                           that a few trees were blown down.

INDIANA, Central

  Decatur County
    4 NW Greensburg          0         0        25K        0

                           A small and short lived tornado touched
                           down four miles northwest of Greensburg,
                           crossing Interstate 74 near exit 132.
                           Trees were downed, a barn roof was torn
                           off, and cars were blown off the road.
                           Damage amount is estimated.

  Rush County
    6 SE Rushville           0         0         0         0

  Rush County
    11.4 SE Rushville to     0         0        50K        0
    11 SE Rushville

                           A small tornado touched down just west
                           of the Rush/Franklin county line, moving
                           into Franklin county, and out of the
                           Indianapolis County Warning Area, at
                           5:27 pm EST. A garage was destroyed and
                           numerous trees and a power pole were
                           snapped. At US 52 just west of the
                           county line, a home lost part of its
                           roof. Property damage is estimated. A
                           strong low pressure system moved through
                           southern Indiana on 24 November 2004. A
                           few low topped supercells formed along
                           the warm front, producing two tornadoes
                           in southeast Indiana.

TEXAS, Central Southeast

  Polk County
    3 W Livingston           0         0

                           Funnel sighted near the intersection of
                           Highways 190 and 350 near Highway 59.

  Houston County
    Crockett                 0         0

                           3/4 to 7/8 inch hail in Crockett.

  Washington County
    Brenham                  0         0         5K

                           Downed trees with residential and
                           vehicle damage.

  Trinity County
    4 N Trinity              0         0

  Liberty County
    7 SW Liberty             0         0

                           This tornado occurred over open land and
                           caused no damage.

  Grimes County
    Todd Mission             0         0

                           This tornado occurred over open land and
                           caused no damage.

  Montgomery County
    1 N Montgomery           0         0         5K

                           Reports of a couple of trees down at
                           Highways 1097 and 149.

  Montgomery County
    Willis                   0         0

                           One tree down on Highway 1097 in Willis.

  Harris County
    5 S Spring               0         0

                           Sighted between Spring and
                           Intercontinental Airport.

  San Jacinto County
    10 SW Coldspring         0         0

                           Tree down at intersection of Highways
                           3081 and 725.

  Montgomery County
    Willis                   0         0        8.5K

  Grimes County
    5 NW Anderson            0         0

                           FM 244 south of Highway 30 closed due to
                           flooding.

  Walker County
    12 NW Huntsville         0         0

                           Road closed due to flooding at
                           intersection of FM 2989 and Interstate
                           45 feeder road.

  Trinity County
    Trinity                  0         0

                           FM 2262 at Alabama Creek in Trinity
                           closed due to flooding.

  Trinity County
    4 E Apple Spgs           0         0

  Burleson County
    5 E Caldwell             0         0

  Washington County
    3 NNW Gay Hill           0         0

  Brazos County
    Bryan                    0         0         5K

                           Tree down on car.

  Madison County
    7 W Madisonville         0         0        10K

  Grimes County
    4 E Navasota             0         0        1OK

                           Barn destroyed.

  Jackson County
    Morales                  0         0        4.5K

                           Tree down on residential home roof.

  Austin County
    Cat Spg                  0         0         5K

                           Tree down on home in Cat Spring.

  Wharton County
    5 NW Wharton             0         0        25K

                           Four homes were damaged in the Spanish
                           Camp area near the intersection of FM
                           1161 and FM 640.

  Waller County
    Countywide               0         0        25K

                           Barn damaged in Monaville, power lines
                           snapped in Waller and Hempstead.

  Trinity County
    Trinity                  0         0        10K

                           Power line and tree down at intersection
                           of J.B. Price and Evans Roads with part
                           of a bam destroyed.

  Walker County
    Crabbs Prairie           0         0

  Waller County
    6 ESE Monaville          0         0        20K

                           Power poles snapped at intersection of
                           FM 362 and FM 529.

  Wharton County
    Glen Flora               0         0        15K

                           Trees and power lines down, along with
                           damaged barns, in the the towns of
                           Eygpt, Glen Flora, Hungerford, and
                           Wharton.

  Waller County
    1 S Hempstead            0         0

                           Tree down.

  Montgomery County
    Countywide               0         0        50K

                           Numerous trees down across county.

  Harris County
    10 S Cypress             0         0        7.5K

                           Trees and power lines down at the
                           intersection of FM 529 and Highway 6.

  Trinity County
    5 SE Apple Spgs to       0         0        100K
    7 SE Apple Spgs

                           Seven hunters in the Davy Crockett
                           National Forest were stranded and their
                           vehicles severely damaged. Seventy to
                           ninety percent of trees in path felled
                           or damaged.

  Fort Bend County
    8 W Sugarland            0         0

                           Tree down.

  Liberty County
    Liberty                  0         0        40K

                           Damage to retail store, several cars in
                           parking lot also damaged.

  Polk County
    Countywide               0         0        20K

                           Numerous power lines and trees down.

  Matagorda County
    Palacios                 0         0

  Brazoria County
    Alvin                    0         0         3K

                           Tree down on power line.

  Harris County
    Pasadena                 0         0        10K

                           Numerous power lines down.

  Liberty County
    Countywide               0         0        25K

                           Numerous trees down countywide. Metal
                           building damaged along with fire
                           station's communications tower toppled
                           in Cleveland.

  Galveston County
    League City              0         0        75K

                           Windows blown out of residential homes,
                           roof damage, trees, and fences blown
                           down. Power lines and signs also down.

  Chambers County
    Winnie                   0         0        20K

                           Restaurant and homes damaged.

Location                   Character of Storm

GEORGIA, North and Central

  Polk County
    Fish Creek to          Thunderstorm Wind (G61)
    Rockmart
                           The Polk County 911 Center reported that
                           at least 50 trees were down in the
                           Rockmart area, with several more down to
                           the west of Rockmart in the Fish and
                           Fish Creek areas. At least three homes
                           were damaged in the Fish Creek area from
                           fallen trees. In Rockmart, one barn
                           collapsed from the strong winds and
                           several others were damaged. Several
                           power lines were also down in the area.

  Paulding County
    Countywide             Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           The Paulding County Emergency Management
                           Director reported that several trees and
                           power lines were down around the county.

  Butts County
    Jackson                Hail (0.75)

                           The Butts County 911 Center reported
                           dime-sized hail on Georgia Highway 36
                           West in Jackson.

  Cobb County
    Marietta               Flash Flood

                           The National Weather Service river gage
                           located at Sope Creek rose above the
                           flood stage of 12.0 feet at 8 pm EST as
                           a result of several inches of rain
                           during the preceding hours. The creek
                           crested just above this stage and then
                           fell below flood stage around 11 pm EST.
                           The yards of several homes were flooded
                           on Lower Roswell Road adjacent to the
                           creek.

  Floyd County
    6 NNE Rome             Flash Flood

                           The Rome News Tribune reported that two
                           portions of Old Dalton Highway,
                           northeast of Rome, collapsed because of
                           heavy rain and flash flooding. The
                           collapsed road resulted in injuries to
                           three people, all of whom drove their
                           vehicles past barricades and into
                           the large hole that had developed.

  Haralson County
    Bremen                 Thunderstorm Wind (G54)

                           The Bremen Police Department reported
                           that many trees were blown down in the
                           Bremen area. In addition, a front porch
                           and back patio were blown off a home.

  Heard County
    Ephesus to             Thunderstorm Wind (G54)
    Texas
                           The Heard County 911 Center reported
                           that five barns were destroyed from high
                           winds in Ephesus and a portion of a roof
                           was blown off a mobile home in Texas. A
                           10 foot by 10 foot metal shed was also
                           carried away from its foundation.
                           Another residence sustained some roof
                           damage, while at another residence an
                           outdoor trampoline blown one-half mile
                           away. In addition, a number of trees
                           were down in Ephesus. A possible tornado
                           was reported in the Ephesus area, but
                           there was never any confirmation of this
                           report.

  Polk County
    2 SW Rockmart          Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                           The Polk County 911 Center reported that
                           several trees were down, some on power
                           lines.

  Carroll County
    Carrollton             Lightning

                           The Carroll County Emergency Management
                           Director reported that a residential
                           fire was caused by a lightning strike.

  Coweta County
      4 SW Newnan to       Thunderstorm Wind (G52)
    Sharpsburg

                           The Times/Heard of Newnan and the public
                           reported that strong straight-lined
                           thunderstorm winds blew down dozens of
                           trees and power lines throughout the
                           county. Several roads had to be closed
                           for a period of time, including
                           Interstate 85 near Exit 41. A home on
                           Lower Fayetteville Road was damaged and
                           two barns were destroyed at a farm on
                           Smokey Road southwest of Newnan. The
                           damage to the barns resulted in the loss
                           of two livestock that were inside one of
                           the barns. In Newnan, a resident
                           reported that the wind removed a metal
                           storage shed from its foundation.

GEORGIA. North and Central

  Harris County
    Countywide             Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                           The Harris County 911 Center reported
                           that many trees were down throughout the
                           county.

  Carroll County
    Temple to              Thunderstorm Wind (G56)
    Carrollton

                           The Carroll County Emergency Management
                           Director reported extensive damage to
                           trees in the Temple area. More than 25
                           large trees were blown down in the area.
                           Three homes, two vehicles, and at least
                           fifteen power lines sustained damage
                           from downed trees. In addition, a
                           commercial barn was damaged when the tin
                           roof was ripped off the structure from
                           the high winds. One road was also
                           temporarily blocked from a downed tree.
                           One resident in the area reported
                           observing a tornado in the area. The
                           Emergency Management Director noted that
                           several trees were twisted off about 30
                           feet above the ground in this area,
                           however there was no actual confirmation
                           of a tornado in the area.

  Troup County
    La Grange              Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           The Troup County 911 Center and the La
                           Grange News reported that several trees
                           were down in and around the city. In
                           addition, one tree was down on a home.

  Bartow County
    Cartersville           Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           The Bartow County Emergency Management
                           Director reported that three trees were
                           blown down.

  Douglas County
    Winston to             Thunderstorm Wind (G52)
    Lithia Spgs

                           The Douglas County Emergency Management
                           Director reported that power lines were
                           down in the northwest part of the county
                           and from 30 to 40 trees were blown down
                           within a one-mile radius of downtown
                           Lithia Springs.

  Fulton County
      1 S Campbellton to   Thunderstorm Wind (G50)
    Palmetto

                           The Fulton County 911 Center reported
                           that a large tree fell on a power line
                           and also blocked a portion of Ridge Road
                           just south of Georgia Highway 92. In
                           Palmetto, several large tree limbs were
                           blown down and knocked out an electrical
                           transformer at Cobb and Crawford
                           Streets.

  Meriwether County
    Luthersville           Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                           The Meriwether County 911 Center
                           reported that several trees and power
                           lines were blown down.

  Pickens County
    Countywide             Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           The Pickens County 911 Center reported
                           that around six trees were blown down,
                           scattered about the county.

  Pike County
    Countywide             Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           The Pike County 911 Center reported that
                           a few trees were blown down around the
                           county.

  Cherokee County
    5 W Waleska            Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                           A damage survey conducted by the
                           Cherokee County Emergency Management
                           Director reported that dozens of trees
                           were blown down in a rural area near
                           Pine Log Mountain in northwest Cherokee
                           county. The damage was a result of
                           strong straight-lined winds.

  Fayette County
    Countywide             Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

                           The Fayette County Emergency Management
                           Director reported widespread and
                           extensive damage to trees, power lines,
                           homes and vehicles as a result of
                           straight-lined winds or possibly a
                           microburst. Wind gusts were estimated to
                           be at least 70 mph in some parts of the
                           county. This information was confirmed
                           by other sources, including the public,
                           the county 911 center, and observations
                           of employees at the National Weather
                           Service Forecast Office in Peachtree
                           City, as well as a followup aerial
                           survey. Dozens of large trees, many of
                           which were pines, were either uprooted
                           or blown down all across the county,
                           causing damage to homes, vehicles, power
                           lines, and blocking several roads. The
                           most extensive damage occurred across
                           the southern and eastern parts of the
                           county, from the south end of Peachtree
                           City, to Starrs Mill, to Woolsey. At
                           least 30 homes sustained extensive
                           damage when large trees, mostly pine,
                           fell on the structures. A number of
                           roads were blocked, including portions
                           of Georgia Highway 74 in Peachtree City,
                           Georgia Highway 92 south of
                           Fayetteville, and portions of McBride,
                           Redwine, and County Line Roads. Power
                           lines were brought down all over the
                           county leaving many residents of the
                           county without power for 12 or more
                           hours. Peachtree City suffered the
                           most monetary damage with well over
                           $325,000 in damage to homes. Two
                           subdivisions, Clearbrook Estates and
                           Bonaventure Estates, on the southeast
                           side of Fayetteville along Jeff Davis
                           Drive, sustained over $250,000 in
                           damages. The Rebecca Lakes subdivision
                           in Fayetteville sustained another
                           $245,000 in damages, with over $100,000
                           in unincorporated Fayette county (mostly
                           in the Starrs Mill to Woolsey area), and
                           around $36,000 in the city of
                           Fayetteville. In addition, a portion of
                           a roof and door of a hanger at Falcon
                           Field Airport in Peachtree City also
                           sustained substantial damage.

  Cherokee County
    7 W Canton to          Thunderstorm Wind (G61)
    2.5 E Canton
                           The Cherokee County Emergency Management
                           Director and associated personnel
                           conducted a damage survey and found a
                           broken path of extensive damage to
                           trees, power lines, structures, and
                           vehicles across central Cherokee county
                           from 6 miles west of Canton to 2.5 miles
                           east of Canton, mostly along and near
                           Georgia Highway 20. Most of the damage
                           was consistent with strong straight-
                           lined winds, with the possible exception
                           of one small area in downtown Canton
                           along Chamblee Street where possible F0
                           tornado damage was observed. The damage
                           path began near the intersection of
                           Fields Chapel Road and Sweet Water Creek
                           Trail west of Canton where mostly tree
                           damage was observed The damage path
                           continued through the Field Stone
                           Subdivision, where extensive damage to
                           homes and trees was observed. Many homes
                           in this area suffered major damage when
                           large oak trees fell on the structures.
                           Siding was blown off some of the homes
                           and several vehicles in the area were
                           destroyed when large trees fell on them.
                           The damage path then continued eastward
                           along Oak Dale Road in Canton, where
                           several more homes, vehicles, and out
                           buildings were damaged and a number of
                           trees were blown down. In addition, the
                           softball facility at the Cherokee County
                           High School Complex suffered major
                           damage when the roof of the dugout was
                           blown off and 200 feet of a chain link
                           fence was flattened. The damage then
                           continued to Main Street and Brown
                           Street in Canton, where a large downed
                           tree crushed and destroyed 11 vehicles.
                           Shortly beyond this point is where the
                           possible F0 tornado occurred. The damage
                           then continued east of Canton
                           terminating in the Brooke Park
                           Development, where again dozens of large
                           trees were blown down onto homes and
                           vehicles. All together, 115 homes
                           sustained damage, 10 of which incurred
                           major damage, 13 vehicles were
                           destroyed, three others sustained some
                           damage, and 8 outbuildings were damaged,
                           of which four were destroyed.

  Clayton County
    5 WSW Hastings         Thunderstorm Wind (G56)

                           The public reported that the damage path
                           to trees and homes that began in eastern
                           Fayette county to two subdivisions along
                           Jeff Davis Drive southeast of
                           Fayetteville, continued into Clayton
                           county. Strong straight-lined winds blew
                           down dozens of trees and damaged some
                           homes in a subdivision near the Flint
                           River along North Bridge/Hampton Road.
                           Other damage was reported to trees
                           along Heritage and Panhandle Drives. At
                           least 10 trees were blown down just
                           within one block. The gutters were
                           ripped off another house by the strong
                           winds.

  Henry County
    Hampton to             Thunderstorm Wind (G52)
    Mc Donough
                           The public and an amateur radio operator
                           reported widespread damage to trees and
                           power lines throughout the county. Some
                           of the worst damage was along and near
                           Georgia Highway 20 between Hampton and
                           McDonough. Portions of the highway were
                           blocked and closed from downed trees.
                           Several trees had fallen on and caused
                           damage to homes in the area as well.
                           Trees were also down in the Lakeview
                           Subdivision on Mundy's Mill Road. In
                           addition, a billboard was down on
                           Interstate 75 between exits 218 and 221.

  Fulton County
    3 S Sandy Spgs         Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           The Fulton County 911 Center reported
                           that several trees and some power lines
                           were down on Roswell Road just south of
                           Interstate 285.

  Dawson County
    Countywide             Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           The public and the Dawson County 911
                           Center reported that a good number of
                           trees and several power lines were down
                           across the county. The worst damage was
                           in the area from the northwest part of
                           the county to around Dawsonville.

  Spalding County
    Griffin                Thunderstorm Wind (G39)

                           The Spalding County Emergency
                           Management Director reported that a
                           tree fell on the porch of a home on
                           Lyndsey Road.

  Forsyth County
    Cumming                Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           The Forsyth County Emergency Management
                           Director reported that a couple of
                           trees were down in Cumming. The public
                           reported that one tree was down near
                           Young Deer.

  Gwinnett County
    Lawrenceville to       Thunderstorm Wind (G50)
    Snellville

                           The Gwinnett County Emergency Management
                           Director reported that a number of trees
                           and several power lines were down from
                           Lawrenceville to Snellville. Two homes
                           suffered significant damage when large
                           trees fell on the structures. A large
                           hardwood tree fell through a home in
                           Lawrenceville. A woman inside was
                           injured when falling debris struck her
                           in the head. A Chevy Impala and a pickup
                           truck in the driveway were also damaged.
                           Another tree fell on a house in
                           Snellville, causing significant damage
                           to that home as well. Two cars in the
                           garage of that home were also damaged.
                           Around 300 residents in the county were
                           left without power for several hours
                           following the storms.

  Hall County
    Gainesville            Thunderstorm Wind (G56)

                           The Hall County Emergency Management
                           Director reported that a home on Camp
                           Spring Drive suffered extensive damage
                           from strong thunderstorm wind gusts.
                           Half of the roof was blown off the home
                           and the garage collapsed. At another
                           location, namely Georgia Highway 60
                           South, a 100 by 50 foot storage building
                           was destroyed. Many trees were blown
                           down throughout the Gainesville area.

  Walton County
    Walnut Grove           Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           The Walton County 911 Center reported
                           that several trees and power lines were
                           blown down.

  Jackson County
    Countywide             Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           The Jackson Electric Membership
                           Cooperative reported many trees and
                           power lines down throughout the county.
                           Power outages in the county were
                           widespread.

  Morgan County
    Bostwick               Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           The Morgan County Fire Department and
                           Rescue Squad reported that the tin roof
                           was partially blown off a bam. In
                           addition, several trees were also down
                           in the area.

  White County
    Cleveland              Thunderstorm Wind (G43)

                           The White County 911 Center reported
                           that a tree fell on a house causing
                           damage to the gutters.

  Jasper County
    Hillsboro              Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           The public reported that a few trees
                           were down in the southern portion of the
                           county.

  Banks County
    6 N Homer to           Thunderstorm Wind (G52)
    7 ESE Homer

                           The Banks County 911 Center reported
                           that many trees were blown down around
                           six miles north of Homer. The Greer,
                           South Carolina National Weather Service
                           Forecast Office reported that a tree
                           fell on the Banks/Franklin county line
                           near Interstate 85, causing damage to a
                           cell tower located in Franklin county.

  Houston County
    Perry                  Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           The Houston County 911 Center reported
                           that a few trees were blown down,
                           including some on Sam Nunn Boulevard.

  Peach County
    Ft Vly                 Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           The Peach County 911 Center reported
                           that a couple of trees were blown down
                           near Georgia Highway 96.

  Clarke County
    1 W Athens to          Thunderstorm Wind (G52)
    .5 W Athens

                           The Clarke County 911 Center reported
                           that an extensive number of trees were
                           down in a small area just west of
                           Athens.

  Bibb County
    Macon to               Thunderstorm Wind (G52)
    Skipperton

                           The Bibb County 911 Center reported
                           widespread damage to trees in the Macon
                           area. In the southern part of the county,
                           a few trees were also blown down.

  Oconee County
    Bogart                 Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           The Oconee County 911 Center reported
                           that a couple of trees were blown down
                           on U.S. Highway 78 near Bogart.

  Oglethorpe County
    Countywide             Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           The Oglethorpe County 911 Center
                           reported that a few trees were down,
                           scattered about the county.

  Twiggs County
    Countywide             Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           The Macon Telegraph reported that
                           several trees were blown down around the
                           county.

  Greene County
    Siloam                 Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           The Rayle Electric Membership
                           Cooperative reported that several trees
                           were down on power lines along Georgia
                           Highway 77.

  Taliaferro County
    Crawfordville          Thunderstorm Wind (G39)

                           The Taliaferro County 911 Center
                           reported that one tree was blown down.

  Washington County
    Sandersville to        Thunderstorm Wind (G50)
    Tennille

                           The Washington County 911 Center
                           reported that a few trees were down on
                           Georgia Highway 15 on the north side of
                           Sandersville and a few trees were also
                           down in Tennille, including one which
                           was down on Tennille Road.

  Laurens County
    Cedar Grove            Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           The Laurens County 911 Center reported
                           that a few trees were blown down.

INDIANA, Central

  Decatur County
    4 NW Greensburg        Tornado (F0)

                           A small and short lived tornado touched
                           down four miles northwest of Greensburg,
                           crossing Interstate 74 near exit 132.
                           Trees were downed, a barn roof was torn
                           off, and cars were blown off the road.
                           Damage amount is estimated.

  Rush County
    6 SE Rushville         Hail (0.75)

  Rush County
    11.4 SE Rushville to   Tornado (F1)
    11 SE Rushville

                           A small tornado touched down just west
                           of the Rush/Franklin county line, moving
                           into Franklin county, and out of the
                           Indianapolis County Warning Area, at
                           5:27 pm EST. A garage was destroyed and
                           numerous trees and a power pole were
                           snapped. At US 52 just west of the
                           county line, a home lost part of its
                           roof. Property damage is estimated. A
                           strong low pressure system moved through
                           southern Indiana on 24 November 2004. A
                           few low topped supercells formed along
                           the warm front, producing two tornadoes
                           in southeast Indiana.

TEXAS, Central Southeast

  Polk County
    3 W Livingston         Funnel Cloud

                           Funnel sighted near the intersection of
                           Highways 190 and 350 near Highway 59.

  Houston County
    Crockett               Hail (0.88)

                           3/4 to 7/8 inch hail in Crockett.

  Washington County
    Brenham                Tornado (F0)

                           Downed trees with residential and
                           vehicle damage.

  Trinity County
    4 N Trinity            Funnel Cloud

  Liberty County
    7 SW Liberty           Tornado (F0)

                           This tornado occurred over open land and
                           caused no damage.

  Grimes County
    Todd Mission           Tornado (F0)

                           This tornado occurred over open land and
                           caused no damage.

  Montgomery County
    1 N Montgomery         Tornado (F0)

                           Reports of a couple of trees down at
                           Highways 1097 and 149.

  Montgomery County
    Willis                 Tornado (F0)

                           One tree down on Highway 1097 in Willis.

  Harris County
    5 S Spring             Funnel Cloud

                           Sighted between Spring and
                           Intercontinental Airport.

  San Jacinto County
    10 SW Coldspring       Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           Tree down at intersection of Highways
                           3081 and 725.

  Montgomery County
    Willis                 Hail (1.50)

  Grimes County
    5 NW Anderson          Flash Flood

                           FM 244 south of Highway 30 closed due to
                           flooding.

  Walker County
    12 NW Huntsville       Flash Flood

                           Road closed due to flooding at
                           intersection of FM 2989 and Interstate
                           45 feeder road.

  Trinity County
    Trinity                Flash Flood

                           FM 2262 at Alabama Creek in Trinity
                           closed due to flooding.

  Trinity County
    4 E Apple Spgs         Hail (0.88)

  Burleson County
    5 E Caldwell           Hail (0.75)

  Washington County
    3 NNW Gay Hill         Hail (0.75)

  Brazos County
    Bryan                  Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

                           Tree down on car.

  Madison County
    7 W Madisonville       Hail (1.75)

  Grimes County
    4 E Navasota           Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

                           Barn destroyed.

  Jackson County
    Morales                Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

                           Tree down on residential home roof.

  Austin County
    Cat Spg                Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           Tree down on home in Cat Spring.

  Wharton County
    5 NW Wharton           Tornado (F0)

                           Four homes were damaged in the Spanish
                           Camp area near the intersection of FM
                           1161 and FM 640.

  Waller County
    Countywide             Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

                           Barn damaged in Monaville, power lines
                           snapped in Waller and Hempstead.

  Trinity County
    Trinity                Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

                           Power line and tree down at intersection
                           of J.B. Price and Evans Roads with part
                           of a bam destroyed.

  Walker County
    Crabbs Prairie         Hail (0.75)

  Waller County
    6 ESE Monaville        Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

                           Power poles snapped at intersection of
                           FM 362 and FM 529.

  Wharton County
    Glen Flora             Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

                           Trees and power lines down, along with
                           damaged barns, in the the towns of
                           Eygpt, Glen Flora, Hungerford, and
                           Wharton.

  Waller County
    1 S Hempstead          Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           Tree down.

  Montgomery County
    Countywide             Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

                           Numerous trees down across county.

  Harris County
    10 S Cypress           Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

                           Trees and power lines down at the
                           intersection of FM 529 and Highway 6.

  Trinity County
    5 SE Apple Spgs to     Tornado (F2)
    7 SE Apple Spgs

                           Seven hunters in the Davy Crockett
                           National Forest were stranded and their
                           vehicles severely damaged. Seventy to
                           ninety percent of trees in path felled
                           or damaged.

  Fort Bend County
    8 W Sugarland          Tornado (F0)

                           Tree down.

  Liberty County
    Liberty                Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

                           Damage to retail store, several cars in
                           parking lot also damaged.

  Polk County
    Countywide             Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

                           Numerous power lines and trees down.

  Matagorda County
    Palacios               Hail (0.75)

  Brazoria County
    Alvin                  Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           Tree down on power line.

  Harris County
    Pasadena               Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           Numerous power lines down.

  Liberty County
    Countywide             Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

                           Numerous trees down countywide. Metal
                           building damaged along with fire
                           station's communications tower toppled
                           in Cleveland.

  Galveston County
    League City            Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

                           Windows blown out of residential homes,
                           roof damage, trees, and fences blown
                           down. Power lines and signs also down.

  Chambers County
    Winnie                 Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

                           Restaurant and homes damaged.

December 2004

                              Time       Path      Path
                              Local/     Length    Width
Location               Date   Standard   (Miles)   (Yards)

GEORGIA, North and Central

  Washington County
    Sandersville       10     0155EST

                       The Washington County 911 Center
                       reported quarter-sized hail.

  Floyd County
    Armuchee to        10     1457EST
    Rome                      1528EST

                       The public reported penny to nickel-
                       sized hail in Rome and nickel-sized hail
                       in Shannon. The Floyd County 911 Center
                       reported penny-sized hail in Armuchee.

  Cobb County
    Acworth to         10     1505EST
    Marietta                  1520EST

                       Several reports were received from the
                       public of penny-sized hail in the
                       Acworth and Kennesaw areas. Nickel-sized
                       hail was reported by the public in
                       Marietta.

  Gilmer County
    5 NE Ellijay       10     1505EST
                              1515EST

                       The Gilmer County 911 Center and the
                       public reported penny-sized hail. The
                       hail accumulated on some roadways in the
                       area making them slick and hazardous,
                       which resulted in at least one vehicle
                       accident.

  Gordon County
    Calhoun            10     1528EST

                       The public reported nickel-sized hail.

  Cherokee County
    Woodstock          10     1530EST

                       The public reported penny-sized hail.

  De Kalb County
    Chamblee           10     1530EST

                       A trained spotter for the National
                       Weather Service reported penny-sized
                       hail.

  Douglas County
    Douglasville       10     1534EST

                       The Douglas County Emergency Management
                       Director reported penny-sized hail.

  Carroll County
    Carrollton         10     1550EST

                       The public reported that a tree was
                       snapped in half by strong winds on the
                       University of West Georgia Campus.

  Hall County
    Gainesville to     10     1552EST
    10 N Gainesville          1610EST

                       Several reports were received from the
                       public of nickel-sized hail in
                       Gainesville, while the public reported
                       quarter-sized hail 10 miles north of
                       Gainesville. In Oakwood, just south of
                       Gainesville, pea-sized hail fell, but
                       collected up to one-half inch deep on
                       the ground.

  Fulton County
    3 SW Atlanta to    10     1555EST
    3 E Atlanta               1605EST

                       WSB Channel 2 News of Atlanta reported
                       that several trees and power lines were
                       blown down by thunderstorm winds. The
                       Fulton County 911 Center confirmed this
                       information.

  Heard County
    Countywide         10     1555EST
                              1600EST

                       The Heard County 911 Center reported
                       that several trees were down in various
                       areas throughout the county.

  Fulton County
    3 SW Atlanta to    10     1600EST
    Atlanta

                       The Fulton County 911 Center reported
                       quarter-sized hail.

  Troup County
    Hogansville        10     1600EST

                       The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Troup County
    La Grange          10     1600EST

                       The Troup County 911 Center reported
                       that a couple of trees were blown down.

  Coweta County
    Sargent to         10     1605EST
    Newnan                    1610EST

                       The public reported nickel-sized hail in
                       the Sargent and Amco Mills areas and
                       penny-sized hail in Newnan.

  Gwinnett County
    3 NW Buford        10     1607EST

                       A Gwinnett County SkyWarn spotter
                       reported penny-sized hail.

  Troup County
    La Grange          10     1608EST

                       The public reported quarter-sized hail.

  Coweta County
    Newnan             10     1609EST
                              1615EST

                       The Coweta County 911 Center reported
                       that thunderstorm winds blew a portion
                       of a roof off a carport and several
                       objects were blown into the road nearby.
                       The public reported that a 100 foot pine
                       tree was also blown down in the area.

  Meriwether County
    Greenville         10     1610EST

                       The Meriwether County 911 Center
                       reported that one tree was blown down.

  Fayette County
    Tyrone to          10     1620EST
    Fayetteville              1625EST

                       Amateur radio operators reported that
                       several trees were blown down along
                       Georgia Highway 74 in Tyrone and one
                       tree was blown down in Fayetteville.

  Spalding County
    Pomona to          10     1642EST
    East Griffin              1655EST

                       The public reported that strong winds
                       separated a portion of a roof on a home
                       from a wall. The Spalding County
                       Emergency Management Director and the
                       Spalding County 911 Center reported that
                       a few trees and a couple of power lines
                       were down between Sunny Side, Pomona,
                       Griffin, and the cast side of Griffin.

  Henry County
    Mc Donough         10     1655EST

                       The public reported nickel-sized hail.

  Newton County
    Covington          10     1655EST

                       The Newton County 911 Center reported
                       that a couple of trees were blown down.

  Polk County
    Cedartown          10     1920EST
                              1930EST

                       The public reported nickel to quarter-
                       sized hail. Several small limbs were
                       blown down in the area as well. Wind
                       gusts were estimated at 40 to 45 mph.

                          Number of          Estimated
                           Persons             Damage

Location               Killed   Injured   Property   Crops

GEORGIA, North and Central

  Washington County
    Sandersville         0         0

                       The Washington County 911 Center
                       reported quarter-sized hail.

  Floyd County
    Armuchee to          0         0
    Rome

                       The public reported penny to nickel-
                       sized hail in Rome and nickel-sized hail
                       in Shannon. The Floyd County 911 Center
                       reported penny-sized hail in Armuchee.

  Cobb County
    Acworth to           0         0
    Marietta

                       Several reports were received from the
                       public of penny-sized hail in the
                       Acworth and Kennesaw areas. Nickel-sized
                       hail was reported by the public in
                       Marietta.

  Gilmer County
    5 NE Ellijay         0         0

                       The Gilmer County 911 Center and the
                       public reported penny-sized hail. The
                       hail accumulated on some roadways in the
                       area making them slick and hazardous,
                       which resulted in at least one vehicle
                       accident.

  Gordon County
    Calhoun              0         0

                       The public reported nickel-sized hail.

  Cherokee County
    Woodstock            0         0

                       The public reported penny-sized hail.

  De Kalb County
    Chamblee             0         0

                       A trained spotter for the National
                       Weather Service reported penny-sized
                       hail.

  Douglas County
    Douglasville         0         0

                       The Douglas County Emergency Management
                       Director reported penny-sized hail.

  Carroll County
    Carrollton           0         0       0.25K

                       The public reported that a tree was
                       snapped in half by strong winds on the
                       University of West Georgia Campus.

  Hall County
    Gainesville to       0         0
    10 N Gainesville

                       Several reports were received from the
                       public of nickel-sized hail in
                       Gainesville, while the public reported
                       quarter-sized hail 10 miles north of
                       Gainesville. In Oakwood, just south of
                       Gainesville, pea-sized hail fell, but
                       collected up to one-half inch deep on
                       the ground.

  Fulton County
    3 SW Atlanta to      0         0         5K
    3 E Atlanta

                       WSB Channel 2 News of Atlanta reported
                       that several trees and power lines were
                       blown down by thunderstorm winds. The
                       Fulton County 911 Center confirmed this
                       information.

  Heard County
    Countywide           0         0         2K

                       The Heard County 911 Center reported
                       that several trees were down in various
                       areas throughout the county.

  Fulton County
    3 SW Atlanta to      0         0
    Atlanta

                       The Fulton County 911 Center reported
                       quarter-sized hail.

  Troup County
    Hogansville          0         0

                       The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Troup County
    La Grange            0         0       0.50K

                       The Troup County 911 Center reported
                       that a couple of trees were blown down.

  Coweta County
    Sargent to           0         0
    Newnan

                       The public reported nickel-sized hail in
                       the Sargent and Amco Mills areas and
                       penny-sized hail in Newnan.

  Gwinnett County
    3 NW Buford          0         0

                       A Gwinnett County SkyWarn spotter
                       reported penny-sized hail.

  Troup County
    La Grange            0         0

                       The public reported quarter-sized hail.

  Coweta County
    Newnan               0         0         1K

                       The Coweta County 911 Center reported
                       that thunderstorm winds blew a portion
                       of a roof off a carport and several
                       objects were blown into the road nearby.
                       The public reported that a 100 foot pine
                       tree was also blown down in the area.

  Meriwether County
    Greenville           0         0       0.25K

                       The Meriwether County 911 Center
                       reported that one tree was blown down.

  Fayette County
    Tyrone to            0         0         1K
    Fayetteville

                       Amateur radio operators reported that
                       several trees were blown down along
                       Georgia Highway 74 in Tyrone and one
                       tree was blown down in Fayetteville.

  Spalding County
    Pomona to            0         0         7K
    East Griffin

                       The public reported that strong winds
                       separated a portion of a roof on a home
                       from a wall. The Spalding County
                       Emergency Management Director and the
                       Spalding County 911 Center reported that
                       a few trees and a couple of power lines
                       were down between Sunny Side, Pomona,
                       Griffin, and the cast side of Griffin.

  Henry County
    Mc Donough           0         0

                       The public reported nickel-sized hail.

  Newton County
    Covington            0         0       0.50K

                       The Newton County 911 Center reported
                       that a couple of trees were blown down.

  Polk County
    Cedartown            0         0

                       The public reported nickel to quarter-
                       sized hail. Several small limbs were
                       blown down in the area as well. Wind
                       gusts were estimated at 40 to 45 mph.

Location               Character of Storm

GEORGIA, North and Central

  Washington County
    Sandersville       Hail (1.00)

                       The Washington County 911 Center
                       reported quarter-sized hail.

  Floyd County
    Armuchee to        Hail (0.88)
    Rome

                       The public reported penny to nickel-
                       sized hail in Rome and nickel-sized hail
                       in Shannon. The Floyd County 911 Center
                       reported penny-sized hail in Armuchee.

  Cobb County
    Acworth to         Hail (0.88)
    Marietta

                       Several reports were received from the
                       public of penny-sized hail in the
                       Acworth and Kennesaw areas. Nickel-sized
                       hail was reported by the public in
                       Marietta.

  Gilmer County
    5 NE Ellijay       Hail (0.75)

                       The Gilmer County 911 Center and the
                       public reported penny-sized hail. The
                       hail accumulated on some roadways in the
                       area making them slick and hazardous,
                       which resulted in at least one vehicle
                       accident.

  Gordon County
    Calhoun            Hail (0.88)

                       The public reported nickel-sized hail.

  Cherokee County
    Woodstock          Hail (0.75)

                       The public reported penny-sized hail.

  De Kalb County
    Chamblee           Hail (0.75)

                       A trained spotter for the National
                       Weather Service reported penny-sized
                       hail.

  Douglas County
    Douglasville       Hail (0.75)

                       The Douglas County Emergency Management
                       Director reported penny-sized hail.

  Carroll County
    Carrollton         Thunderstorm Wind (G35)

                       The public reported that a tree was
                       snapped in half by strong winds on the
                       University of West Georgia Campus.

  Hall County
    Gainesville to     Hail (1.00)
    10 N Gainesville

                       Several reports were received from the
                       public of nickel-sized hail in
                       Gainesville, while the public reported
                       quarter-sized hail 10 miles north of
                       Gainesville. In Oakwood, just south of
                       Gainesville, pea-sized hail fell, but
                       collected up to one-half inch deep on
                       the ground.

  Fulton County
    3 SW Atlanta to    Thunderstorm Wind (G50)
    3 E Atlanta

                       WSB Channel 2 News of Atlanta reported
                       that several trees and power lines were
                       blown down by thunderstorm winds. The
                       Fulton County 911 Center confirmed this
                       information.

  Heard County
    Countywide         Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                       The Heard County 911 Center reported
                       that several trees were down in various
                       areas throughout the county.

  Fulton County
    3 SW Atlanta to    Hail (1.00)
    Atlanta

                       The Fulton County 911 Center reported
                       quarter-sized hail.

  Troup County
    Hogansville        Hail (0.75)

                       The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Troup County
    La Grange          Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                       The Troup County 911 Center reported
                       that a couple of trees were blown down.

  Coweta County
    Sargent to         Hail (0.88)
    Newnan

                       The public reported nickel-sized hail in
                       the Sargent and Amco Mills areas and
                       penny-sized hail in Newnan.

  Gwinnett County
    3 NW Buford        Hail (0.75)

                       A Gwinnett County SkyWarn spotter
                       reported penny-sized hail.

  Troup County
    La Grange          Hail (1.00)

                       The public reported quarter-sized hail.

  Coweta County
    Newnan             Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                       The Coweta County 911 Center reported
                       that thunderstorm winds blew a portion
                       of a roof off a carport and several
                       objects were blown into the road nearby.
                       The public reported that a 100 foot pine
                       tree was also blown down in the area.

  Meriwether County
    Greenville         Thunderstorm Wind (G35)

                       The Meriwether County 911 Center
                       reported that one tree was blown down.

  Fayette County
    Tyrone to          Thunderstorm Wind (G50)
    Fayetteville

                       Amateur radio operators reported that
                       several trees were blown down along
                       Georgia Highway 74 in Tyrone and one
                       tree was blown down in Fayetteville.

  Spalding County
    Pomona to          Thunderstorm Wind (G50)
    East Griffin

                       The public reported that strong winds
                       separated a portion of a roof on a home
                       from a wall. The Spalding County
                       Emergency Management Director and the
                       Spalding County 911 Center reported that
                       a few trees and a couple of power lines
                       were down between Sunny Side, Pomona,
                       Griffin, and the cast side of Griffin.

  Henry County
    Mc Donough         Hail (0.88)

                       The public reported nickel-sized hail.

  Newton County
    Covington          Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                       The Newton County 911 Center reported
                       that a couple of trees were blown down.

  Polk County
    Cedartown          Hail (1.00)

                       The public reported nickel to quarter-
                       sized hail. Several small limbs were
                       blown down in the area as well. Wind
                       gusts were estimated at 40 to 45 mph.

January 2005

                                Time       Path      Path
                                Local/     Length    Width
Location                 Date   Standard   (Miles)   (Yards)

FLORIDA, West Central

  FLZ039-042>043-048     Levy - Citrus - Sumter - Hernando
                         18     0100EST
                                0800EST

                         A cold front moved through the area
                         earlier that day, with cold dry air
                         overspreading northern Florida.
                         Temperatures dropped below freezing for
                         up to seven hours, reaching a low of 28
                         degrees in Bronson and near Chiefland.

  FLZ039                 Levy
                         19     0400EST
                                0800EST

                         High pressure and light winds caused a
                         second night of freezing temperatures
                         for Levy county. Temperatures remained
                         just below freezing for around four
                         hours, with a low of 31 degrees at
                         Bronson.

  FLZ039-042>043-        Levy - Citrus - Sumter - Hernando -
  048>049-051>052-       Pasco - Hillsborough - Polk - Manatee
  055>056                Hardee

                         23     2200EST
                         24     0900EST

                         A strong cold front moved through the
                         state, ushering in cold dry air in its
                         wake. Levy and Citrus counties
                         experienced a hard freeze, with
                         temperatures falling below freezing for
                         nine to eleven hours. Temperatures there
                         fell into the lower 20s, with a minimum
                         of 21 degrees at Bronson. Elsewhere, low
                         temperatures fell into the upper 20s to
                         lower 30s for generally two to four
                         hours.

  FLZ039-042-048         Levy - Citrus - Hernando
                         25     0100EST
                                0800EST

                         High pressure and light winds allowed
                         for a second night of freezing
                         temperatures. A low of 28 degrees
                         occurred at Brooksville, with
                         temperatures falling below freezing for
                         up to seven hours.

GEORGIA, North and Central

  GAZ001>009-011>016-    Dade - Walker - Catoosa - Whitfield -
  019>025-027-030>039-   Murray - Fannin Gilmer Union Towns
  041>062-066>076-       Chattooga Gordon Pickens - Dawson -
  078>086-089>098-       Lumpkin - White - Floyd - Barrow -
  102>113                Cherokee Forsyth Hall Banks Jackson
                         Madison - Polk - Paulding - Cobb -
                         North Fulton - Gwinnett Barrow Clarke
                         Oconee Oglethorpe Wilkes - Haralson -
                         Carroll - Douglas - South Fulton - De
                         Kalb Rockdale Walton Newton Morgan
                         Greene - Taliaferro - Heard - Coweta -
                         Fayette - Clayton Spalding Henry Butts
                         Jasper Putnam Hancock - Warren - Troup -
                         Meriwether - Pike - Upson - Lamar Monroe
                         Jones Baldwin Washington Glascock -
                         Jefferson - Harris - Talbot - Taylor -
                         Crawford - Bibb Twiggs Wilkinson Johnson
                         Emanuel Muscogee - Chattahoochee -
                         Marion - Schley - Maron Peach Houston
                         Bleckley Laurens Treutlen Stewart -
                         Webster - Sumter - Dooly - Crisp -
                         Pulaski Wilcox Dodge Telfair Wheeler
                         Montgomery Toombs
                         28     2000EST
                         30     1000EST

                         A significant and fairly prolonged
                         winter storm/ice storm affected nearly
                         all of North and Central Georgia from
                         the evening of Friday January 28th to
                         late morning on Sunday January 30th. The
                         winter storm was a result of a very
                         strong and very cold Arctic surface high
                         pressure system located across the
                         Mid-Atlantic states and an upper-level
                         disturbance moving across the region
                         from the west. North of a line from La
                         Grange, to Thomaston, to Sandersville,
                         the precipitation fell mostly as a
                         mixture of sleet and freezing rain, with
                         typical accumulations of one-half inch
                         glaze ice and one to two inches of
                         sleet. Some areas in North Central and
                         Northeast Georgia experienced
                         significant glaze ice accumulations of
                         three-fourths to one inch. Further
                         south, mainly south of a La Grange, to
                         Thomaston, to Sandersville line, most of
                         the frozen precipitation fell as
                         freezing rain, with 1/4 to 1/2 inch
                         accumulations of glaze ice common as far
                         south as McRae, Abbeville, and Americus.
                         In the southern areas, however, the ice
                         accumulations were generally confined to
                         trees, power lines, and other exposed
                         objects with little or no accumulation
                         of ice on the ground. Extensive damage
                         to trees and power lines were reported
                         throughout the area, especially in North
                         Central, Northeast, and Central Georgia.
                         Damage estimates were in the millions.
                         Numerous vehicle accidents were also
                         reported on the slick ice and sleet
                         covered roads, especially in the Atlanta
                         Metropolitan area. The summary below
                         provides ice and sleet accumulations by
                         county for this event as well as damage
                         information received for that county.
                         The ice and sleet accumulations were
                         largely provided by the county 911
                         centers or respective Emergency
                         Management Directors. The damage
                         information was provided by the local
                         county/city newspaper.

                         Banks: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Barrow: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Barrow: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet - Numerous trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county. As
                         many as 13,000 residents in the county
                         left without power.

                         Bibb: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, Trace of
                         sleet - A number of trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county. Around
                         10000 residents of the county were left
                         without power for an extended period
                         during the event.

                         Bleckley: None of significance reported.

                         Butts: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Carroll: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.5
                         inches of sleet - Numerous trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.
                         One road in the Clem community alone had
                         50 tree down on it.

                         Catoosa: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Chattahoochee: None of significance
                         reported.

                         Chattooga: < 1/4 inch of glaze ice, <
                         1.0 inch of sleet.

                         Cherokee: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.5
                         inch of sleet - Numerous trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county.
                         Thousands of residents were left without
                         power. One person was killed and five
                         were injured in a vehicle accident on
                         Interstate 575 caused by ice on the
                         roadway. Interstate 575 was closed. Many
                         other vehicle accidents were also
                         reported in the county.

                         Clarke: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet - Numerous trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county. Around
                         100 tons of debris from downed trees and
                         limbs had to be removed from roads.
                         Around 3000 residents left without
                         power.

                         Clayton: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.5
                         inches of sleet - Numerous trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.
                         Several thousand residents left without
                         power.

                         Cobb: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.5 inches
                         of sleet - Numerous trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county. Around
                         7000 residents were left without power.

                         Coweta: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.5
                         inches of sleet - Several trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.
                         Around 1500 residents in the county were
                         left without power during the event.

                         Crawford: 1/4 inch of glaze ice -
                         Widespread power outages were reported
                         around the county from trees down on
                         power lines.

                         Crisp: 1/2 inch of glaze ice.

                         Dade: 1/4 inch of glaze ice.

                         Dawson: 1.0 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet

                         DeKalb: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.5
                         inches of sleet - Hundreds of trees down
                         on power lines and in roadways. Several
                         thousand people were left without power
                         for 1-2 days.

                         Dodge: < 1/4 inch of glaze ice - Several
                         trees and power lines were down
                         throughout the county.

                         Dooly: < 1/4 inch of glaze ice - A few
                         power outages were reported around the
                         county from trees down on power lines.

                         Douglas: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet - Several tree limbs and a
                         number of tree limbs down throughout the
                         county. As many as 15,000 residents in
                         the county were left without power.

                         Emanuel: < 1/4 inch of glaze ice.

                         Fannin: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Fayette: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.5
                         inches of sleet - Numerous trees and
                         several power lines down throughout the
                         county. A carport and vehicle were
                         damaged when the roof of the carport
                         collapsed from the weight of the ice
                         accumulation. Several roads blocked from
                         downed trees. A number of residents in
                         the county lost power.

                         Floyd: 1/3 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Forsyth: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Fulton: 3/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.5
                         inches of sleet.

                         Gilmer: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Glascock: 3/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Gordon: < 1.0 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Greene: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet - Many residents in the county
                         lost power from trees down on power
                         lines.

                         Gwinnett: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 2.0
                         inches of sleet - Numerous trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.
                         Approximately 65,000 residents in the
                         county were left without power.

                         Hall: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch of
                         sleet - Several power outages reported
                         from trees down on power lines
                         throughout the county.

                         Hancock: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet - A number of trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.

                         Haralson: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Harris: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, Trace of
                         sleet.

                         Heard: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Henry: 1.0 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet - Numerous trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county. A
                         number of power outages were reported.
                         Around 50 roads were blocked from downed
                         trees.

                         Houston: 1/2 inch of glaze ice -
                         Numerous trees and power lines down
                         throughout much of the county.

                         Jackson: 1/5 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Jasper: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet - Numerous trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county. Power
                         outages

GEORGIA, North and Central

                         14,000 residents of the county, which
                         includes most of the county, were left
                         without power.

                         Johnson: 1/2 inch of glaze ice - A
                         number of trees down on power lines
                         around the county.

                         Jones: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet - A number of trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.

                         Lamar: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet - Numerous trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county.
                         Around 7000 residents were left without
                         power.

                         Laurens: 1/2 inch of glaze ice - A
                         number of trees and power lines down
                         throughout the county.

                         Lumpkin: 3/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0
                         inch of sleet - Several trees and power
                         lines were down in the county, causing
                         some residents to lose power.

                         Maron: 1/2 inch of glaze ice - Hundreds
                         of residents lost power in the county
                         because of trees down on power lines.

                         Madison: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet - Numerous trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.

                         Marion: 1/4 inch of glaze ice - A
                         number of trees and power lines down
                         throughout the county.

                         Meriwether: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Monroe: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.5
                         inches of sleet - A number of trees and
                         power lines were down throughout the
                         county. Many residents were left
                         without power.

                         Montgomery: 1/4 inch of glaze ice.

                         Morgan: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet - Numerous trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county.
                         Around 1700 residents were left without
                         power. A massive 100 foot tall tree
                         fell down because of the weight of the
                         ice.

                         Murray: 1/5 inch of glaze ice, Trace of
                         sleet.

                         Muscogee: 1/2 inch of glaze ice -
                         Numerous trees and power lines down
                         throughout the county. Around 7000
                         residents were left without power.

                         Newton: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet - Ice covered roads caused a
                         number of vehicle accidents throughout
                         the county. Around 15,000 residents in
                         the county were left without power.

                         Oconee: 1/5 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Oglethorpe: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0
                         inch of sleet - A number of trees were
                         down on power lines, causing power
                         outages throughout the county.

                         Paulding: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Peach: 1/4 inch of glaze ice - A number
                         of trees and power lines down
                         throughout the county.

                         Pickens: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Pike: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet - A number of trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county.
                         Around 1000 residents were left without
                         power.

                         Polk: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Pulaski: < 1/4 inch of glaze ice -
                         Around 1800 residents in the county
                         were left without power because of ice
                         laden trees down on power lines.

                         Putnam: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet - Numerous trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county.

                         Rockdale: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0
                         inch of sleet - Ice covered roads
                         caused a number of vehicle accidents
                         throughout the county.

                         Schley: 1/4 inch of glaze ice - Several
                         hundred residents in the county were
                         left without power because of trees
                         down on power lines.

                         Spalding: 3/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0
                         inch of sleet - A number of trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.
                         Around 10,000 residents of the county
                         were left without power.

                         Stewart: 1/4 inch of glaze ice.

                         Sumter: 1/4 inch of glaze ice -
                         Numerous trees and power lines down
                         throughout the county. Very few
                         residents were left without power,
                         however.

                         Talbot: 1/2 inch of glaze ice -Several
                         trees and power lines were down around
                         the county.

                         Taliaferro: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1/2
                         inch of glaze ice.

                         Taylor: 1/2 inch of glaze ice.

                         Telfair: Trace of glaze ice.

                         Toombs: None of significance.

                         Towns: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Treutlen: Trace of glaze ice. No
                         significant problems were reported.

                         Troup: 1/4 inch of glaze ice - Many
                         trees and power lines down throughout
                         the county. Several roads were blocked
                         from downed trees. Many vehicle were
                         damaged from fallen trees, while a few
                         homes sustained minor damage from
                         downed trees. Some outbuildings were
                         crushed from downed trees.

                         Twiggs: 1/2 inch of glaze ice - A
                         number of trees and power lines down
                         throughout the county.

                         Union: Trace of glaze ice, < 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Upson: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet - A number of trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.
                         One vehicle in Thomaston was heavily
                         damaged when a large tree fell on the
                         car and crushed it.

                         Walker: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, Trace of
                         sleet.

                         Walton: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet - Numerous trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.
                         Up to 2500 residents in the county were
                         left without power.

                         Warren: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Washington: 1/4 inch of glaze, Trace of
                         sleet - A number of trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county.

                         Webster: Trace of glaze ice.

                         Wheeler: Trace of glaze ice.

                         White: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, Trace of
                         sleet, Trace of snow.

                         Whitfield: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, Trace
                         of sleet.

                         Wilcox: None of significance.

                         Wilkes: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Wilkinson: 1/4 inch of glaze ice - A
                         number of trees and power lines down
                         throughout the county.

INDIANA, Northwest

  INZ001>002             Lake - Porter
                         04     1900CST
                         06     0900CST

  INZ019                 Benton
                         04     1900CST
                         06     0300CST

                         On Monday January 3, a deep low
                         pressure system tracked out of the
                         Southern Plains. This system moved
                         through the middle Mississippi Valley.
                         As the low moved northeast, it brought
                         a band of heavy snow to far northwest
                         Indiana and a wintery mix of freezing
                         rain and sleet to central Indiana.
                         Snowfall of 6 to 12 inches fell north
                         of Portage, Indiana to Mendota,
                         Illinois. Locations south of the
                         Kankakee River received up to 3/4 inch
                         of ice and one to two inches of snow.

                         Snow and Ice Accumulation Reports
                         Lake:
                         8.1 inches at Whiting
                         6.7 inches at Highland
                         Porter:
                         7.1 inches at Indiana Dunes
                         Benton:
                         1/2 to 3/4 inch of ice

MINNESOTA, Central and South Central

  MNZ044>045-            Mille Lacs - Kanabec - Stearns - Benton
  049>070-073>078-       - Sherburne - Isanti - Chisago - Lac
  082>085-091>093        Qui Parle - Swift - Chippewa -
                         Kandiyohi - Meeker - Wright - Hennepin
                         - Anoka - Ramsey - Washington - Yellow
                         Medicine - Renville - Mcleod - Sibley -
                         Carver - Scott - Dakota - Redwood -
                         Brown - Nicollet - Le Sueur - Rice -
                         Goodhue - Watonwan - Blue Earth -
                         Waseca - Steele - Martin - Faribault -
                         Freeborn
                         01     1000CST
                                2359CST

                         Low pressure tracked from Kansas across
                         southeast Minnesota into northeast
                         Wisconsin between December 31st and
                         January 1st. As a result a wide swath
                         of wintry precipitation blanketed the
                         southern half of Minnesota between late
                         morning and late evening on the 1st. A
                         mix of snow, sleet, and freezing rain
                         was observed in most locations during
                         this period. The heaviest snowfall
                         accumulations, around 4 inches, were
                         reported around Cambridge and
                         Princeton. Sleet accumulations were the
                         primary weather feature across much of
                         central and west central Minnesota. Up
                         to an inch of sleet was reported in
                         these areas, intermingled with a light
                         ice accumulation. South and east of a
                         line from St. James to Red Wing,
                         freezing rain was predominant. Ice
                         accumulations of up to 1/4 inch were
                         reported in Owatonna. The mixed bag of
                         precipitation caused hazardous travel
                         conditions region wide.

  MNZ041-047>048-        Douglas - Stevens - Pope - Lac Qui
  054>058-064>067-       Parle - Swift - Chippewa - Kandiyohi -
  073>077-082>085-       Meeker - Yellow Medicine - Renville -
  091>093                Mcleod - Sibley - Redwood - Brown -
                         Nicollet - Le Sueur - Rice - Watonwan -
                         Blue Earth - Waseca - Steele - Martin -
                         Faribault - Freeborn
                         21     1000CST
                         22     1200CST

  MNZ042>045-            Todd - Morrison - Mille Lacs - Kanabec
  049>053-059>063-       - Stearns - Benton - Sherburne - Isanti
  068>070-078            - Chisago - Wright - Hennepin - Anoka -
                         Ramsey - Washington - Carver - Scott -
                         Dakota - Goodhue
                         21     1000CST
                         22     0800CST

                         Low pressure moved from South Dakota
                         into southern Minnesota on the 21st.
                         Periods of snow resulted between the
                         morning of the 21st and the early
                         morning hours of the 22nd. Snowfall
                         totals ranged from around an inch
                         southwest of a line from Madison to
                         Hanley Falls to Springfield to Fairmont
                         where freezing rain and sleet mixed in
                         with the snow to a swath of 6 to 8
                         inches stretching from Alexandria to
                         St. Cloud to the Twin Cities
                         metropolitan area. After the snow began
                         to taper off during the predawn hours
                         of the 22nd the winds increased
                         dramatically. Sustained winds increased
                         to 30 to 40 MPH across west central and
                         south central Minnesota with gusts as
                         high as 64 MPH. Sustained winds across
                         the remainder of southern Minnesota
                         reached 25 to 35 MPH with gusts up to
                         50 MPH. Peak wind gusts included 64 MPH
                         at New Ulm, 61 MPH at Blue Earth and
                         Madelia, 60 MPH at St. James and
                         Fairmont, 58 MPH at Starbuck, 55 MPH at
                         Olivia and Morris, 54 MPH at Appleton,
                         52 MPH at Granite Falls, 51 MPH at
                         Redwood Falls, 47 MPH at Mankato, 46 MPH
                         at Alexandria, 41 MPH at St. Cloud, and
                         40 MPH at the Minneapolis/St. Paul
                         International Airport. The gusty winds
                         caused widespread blowing and drifting
                         of snow southwest of a line from
                         Alexandria to Willmar to Glencoe to
                         Faribault which dropped visibilities to
                         near zero at times. Snowplow operators
                         were pulled off the road between
                         midnight and 4 AM on the 22nd because
                         of the blizzard conditions. In
                         addition, Interstate 94 was closed west
                         of Alexandria due to severe drifting
                         and low visibilities. Snow drifts of up
                         to 3 feet were reported after the winds
                         died down around midday on the 22nd.
                         Scattered power outages were reported
                         during the pre-dawn hours of the 22nd
                         in Redwood, Brown and Watonwan counties
                         after ice coated power lines were blown
                         down by the high winds. Numerous
                         automobile accidents were also reported
                         region wide during the storm.

WISCONSIN, West

  WIZ014>016-023>028     Polk - Barron - Rusk - St. Croix -
                         Pierce - Dunn - Pepin - Chippewa - Eau
                         Claire
                         01     1400CST
                         02     0200CST

                         Low pressure tracked from Kansas across
                         southeast Minnesota into northeast
                         Wisconsin between December 31st and
                         January 1st. As a result a wide swath
                         of wintry precipitation blanketed west
                         central Wisconsin between early
                         afternoon on the 1st and early morning
                         on the 2nd. Sleet and and freezing rain
                         was the predominant weather type,
                         however trace snowfall accumulations
                         were also reported. Many locations,
                         especially near Chippewa Falls and Eau
                         Claire received up to 1/2 inch of ice
                         and sleet accumulation. The mixed bag
                         of precipitation caused hazardous
                         travel conditions region wide.

                         Number of          Estimated
                         Persons            Damage

Location                 Killed   Injured   Property   Crops

FLORIDA, West Central

  FLZ039-042>043-048
                           0         0

                         A cold front moved through the area
                         earlier that day, with cold dry air
                         overspreading northern Florida.
                         Temperatures dropped below freezing for
                         up to seven hours, reaching a low of 28
                         degrees in Bronson and near Chiefland.

  FLZ039
                           0         0

                         High pressure and light winds caused a
                         second night of freezing temperatures
                         for Levy county. Temperatures remained
                         just below freezing for around four
                         hours, with a low of 31 degrees at
                         Bronson.

  FLZ039-042>043-
  048>049-051>052-
  055>056

                           0         0

                         A strong cold front moved through the
                         state, ushering in cold dry air in its
                         wake. Levy and Citrus counties
                         experienced a hard freeze, with
                         temperatures falling below freezing for
                         nine to eleven hours. Temperatures there
                         fell into the lower 20s, with a minimum
                         of 21 degrees at Bronson. Elsewhere, low
                         temperatures fell into the upper 20s to
                         lower 30s for generally two to four
                         hours.

  FLZ039-042-048
                           0         0

                         High pressure and light winds allowed
                         for a second night of freezing
                         temperatures. A low of 28 degrees
                         occurred at Brooksville, with
                         temperatures falling below freezing for
                         up to seven hours.

GEORGIA, North and Central

  GAZ001>009-011>016-    Dade - Walker - Catoosa - Whitfield -
  019>025-027-030>039-   Murray - Fannin Gilmer Union Towns
  041>062-066>076-       Chattooga Gordon Pickens - Dawson -
  078>086-089>098-       Lumpkin - White - Floyd - Barrow -
  102>113                Cherokee Forsyth Hall Banks Jackson
                         Madison - Polk - Paulding - Cobb -
                         North Fulton - Gwinnett Barrow Clarke
                         Oconee Oglethorpe Wilkes - Haralson -
                         Carroll - Douglas - South Fulton - De
                         Kalb Rockdale Walton Newton Morgan
                         Greene - Taliaferro - Heard - Coweta -
                         Fayette - Clayton Spalding Henry Butts
                         Jasper Putnam Hancock - Warren - Troup -
                         Meriwether - Pike - Upson - Lamar Monroe
                         Jones Baldwin Washington Glascock -
                         Jefferson - Harris - Talbot - Taylor -
                         Crawford - Bibb Twiggs Wilkinson Johnson
                         Emanuel Muscogee - Chattahoochee -
                         Marion - Schley - Maron Peach Houston
                         Bleckley Laurens Treutlen Stewart -
                         Webster - Sumter - Dooly - Crisp -
                         Pulaski Wilcox Dodge Telfair Wheeler
                         Montgomery Toombs
                           0         0        9.8M

                         A significant and fairly prolonged
                         winter storm/ice storm affected nearly
                         all of North and Central Georgia from
                         the evening of Friday January 28th to
                         late morning on Sunday January 30th. The
                         winter storm was a result of a very
                         strong and very cold Arctic surface high
                         pressure system located across the
                         Mid-Atlantic states and an upper-level
                         disturbance moving across the region
                         from the west. North of a line from La
                         Grange, to Thomaston, to Sandersville,
                         the precipitation fell mostly as a
                         mixture of sleet and freezing rain, with
                         typical accumulations of one-half inch
                         glaze ice and one to two inches of
                         sleet. Some areas in North Central and
                         Northeast Georgia experienced
                         significant glaze ice accumulations of
                         three-fourths to one inch. Further
                         south, mainly south of a La Grange, to
                         Thomaston, to Sandersville line, most of
                         the frozen precipitation fell as
                         freezing rain, with 1/4 to 1/2 inch
                         accumulations of glaze ice common as far
                         south as McRae, Abbeville, and Americus.
                         In the southern areas, however, the ice
                         accumulations were generally confined to
                         trees, power lines, and other exposed
                         objects with little or no accumulation
                         of ice on the ground. Extensive damage
                         to trees and power lines were reported
                         throughout the area, especially in North
                         Central, Northeast, and Central Georgia.
                         Damage estimates were in the millions.
                         Numerous vehicle accidents were also
                         reported on the slick ice and sleet
                         covered roads, especially in the Atlanta
                         Metropolitan area. The summary below
                         provides ice and sleet accumulations by
                         county for this event as well as damage
                         information received for that county.
                         The ice and sleet accumulations were
                         largely provided by the county 911
                         centers or respective Emergency
                         Management Directors. The damage
                         information was provided by the local
                         county/city newspaper.

                         Banks: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Barrow: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Barrow: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet - Numerous trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county. As
                         many as 13,000 residents in the county
                         left without power.

                         Bibb: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, Trace of
                         sleet - A number of trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county. Around
                         10000 residents of the county were left
                         without power for an extended period
                         during the event.

                         Bleckley: None of significance reported.

                         Butts: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Carroll: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.5
                         inches of sleet - Numerous trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.
                         One road in the Clem community alone had
                         50 tree down on it.

                         Catoosa: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Chattahoochee: None of significance
                         reported.

                         Chattooga: < 1/4 inch of glaze ice, <
                         1.0 inch of sleet.

                         Cherokee: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.5
                         inch of sleet - Numerous trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county.
                         Thousands of residents were left without
                         power. One person was killed and five
                         were injured in a vehicle accident on
                         Interstate 575 caused by ice on the
                         roadway. Interstate 575 was closed. Many
                         other vehicle accidents were also
                         reported in the county.

                         Clarke: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet - Numerous trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county. Around
                         100 tons of debris from downed trees and
                         limbs had to be removed from roads.
                         Around 3000 residents left without
                         power.

                         Clayton: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.5
                         inches of sleet - Numerous trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.
                         Several thousand residents left without
                         power.

                         Cobb: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.5 inches
                         of sleet - Numerous trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county. Around
                         7000 residents were left without power.

                         Coweta: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.5
                         inches of sleet - Several trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.
                         Around 1500 residents in the county were
                         left without power during the event.

                         Crawford: 1/4 inch of glaze ice -
                         Widespread power outages were reported
                         around the county from trees down on
                         power lines.

                         Crisp: 1/2 inch of glaze ice.

                         Dade: 1/4 inch of glaze ice.

                         Dawson: 1.0 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet

                         DeKalb: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.5
                         inches of sleet - Hundreds of trees down
                         on power lines and in roadways. Several
                         thousand people were left without power
                         for 1-2 days.

                         Dodge: < 1/4 inch of glaze ice - Several
                         trees and power lines were down
                         throughout the county.

                         Dooly: < 1/4 inch of glaze ice - A few
                         power outages were reported around the
                         county from trees down on power lines.

                         Douglas: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet - Several tree limbs and a
                         number of tree limbs down throughout the
                         county. As many as 15,000 residents in
                         the county were left without power.

                         Emanuel: < 1/4 inch of glaze ice.

                         Fannin: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Fayette: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.5
                         inches of sleet - Numerous trees and
                         several power lines down throughout the
                         county. A carport and vehicle were
                         damaged when the roof of the carport
                         collapsed from the weight of the ice
                         accumulation. Several roads blocked from
                         downed trees. A number of residents in
                         the county lost power.

                         Floyd: 1/3 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Forsyth: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Fulton: 3/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.5
                         inches of sleet.

                         Gilmer: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Glascock: 3/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Gordon: < 1.0 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Greene: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet - Many residents in the county
                         lost power from trees down on power
                         lines.

                         Gwinnett: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 2.0
                         inches of sleet - Numerous trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.
                         Approximately 65,000 residents in the
                         county were left without power.

                         Hall: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch of
                         sleet - Several power outages reported
                         from trees down on power lines
                         throughout the county.

                         Hancock: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet - A number of trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.

                         Haralson: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Harris: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, Trace of
                         sleet.

                         Heard: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Henry: 1.0 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet - Numerous trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county. A
                         number of power outages were reported.
                         Around 50 roads were blocked from downed
                         trees.

                         Houston: 1/2 inch of glaze ice -
                         Numerous trees and power lines down
                         throughout much of the county.

                         Jackson: 1/5 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Jasper: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet - Numerous trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county. Power
                         outages

GEORGIA, North and Central

                         14,000 residents of the county, which
                         includes most of the county, were left
                         without power.

                         Johnson: 1/2 inch of glaze ice - A
                         number of trees down on power lines
                         around the county.

                         Jones: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet - A number of trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.

                         Lamar: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet - Numerous trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county.
                         Around 7000 residents were left without
                         power.

                         Laurens: 1/2 inch of glaze ice - A
                         number of trees and power lines down
                         throughout the county.

                         Lumpkin: 3/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0
                         inch of sleet - Several trees and power
                         lines were down in the county, causing
                         some residents to lose power.

                         Maron: 1/2 inch of glaze ice - Hundreds
                         of residents lost power in the county
                         because of trees down on power lines.

                         Madison: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet - Numerous trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.

                         Marion: 1/4 inch of glaze ice - A
                         number of trees and power lines down
                         throughout the county.

                         Meriwether: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Monroe: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.5
                         inches of sleet - A number of trees and
                         power lines were down throughout the
                         county. Many residents were left
                         without power.

                         Montgomery: 1/4 inch of glaze ice.

                         Morgan: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet - Numerous trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county.
                         Around 1700 residents were left without
                         power. A massive 100 foot tall tree
                         fell down because of the weight of the
                         ice.

                         Murray: 1/5 inch of glaze ice, Trace of
                         sleet.

                         Muscogee: 1/2 inch of glaze ice -
                         Numerous trees and power lines down
                         throughout the county. Around 7000
                         residents were left without power.

                         Newton: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet - Ice covered roads caused a
                         number of vehicle accidents throughout
                         the county. Around 15,000 residents in
                         the county were left without power.

                         Oconee: 1/5 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Oglethorpe: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0
                         inch of sleet - A number of trees were
                         down on power lines, causing power
                         outages throughout the county.

                         Paulding: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Peach: 1/4 inch of glaze ice - A number
                         of trees and power lines down
                         throughout the county.

                         Pickens: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Pike: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet - A number of trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county.
                         Around 1000 residents were left without
                         power.

                         Polk: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Pulaski: < 1/4 inch of glaze ice -
                         Around 1800 residents in the county
                         were left without power because of ice
                         laden trees down on power lines.

                         Putnam: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet - Numerous trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county.

                         Rockdale: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0
                         inch of sleet - Ice covered roads
                         caused a number of vehicle accidents
                         throughout the county.

                         Schley: 1/4 inch of glaze ice - Several
                         hundred residents in the county were
                         left without power because of trees
                         down on power lines.

                         Spalding: 3/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0
                         inch of sleet - A number of trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.
                         Around 10,000 residents of the county
                         were left without power.

                         Stewart: 1/4 inch of glaze ice.

                         Sumter: 1/4 inch of glaze ice -
                         Numerous trees and power lines down
                         throughout the county. Very few
                         residents were left without power,
                         however.

                         Talbot: 1/2 inch of glaze ice -Several
                         trees and power lines were down around
                         the county.

                         Taliaferro: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1/2
                         inch of glaze ice.

                         Taylor: 1/2 inch of glaze ice.

                         Telfair: Trace of glaze ice.

                         Toombs: None of significance.

                         Towns: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Treutlen: Trace of glaze ice. No
                         significant problems were reported.

                         Troup: 1/4 inch of glaze ice - Many
                         trees and power lines down throughout
                         the county. Several roads were blocked
                         from downed trees. Many vehicle were
                         damaged from fallen trees, while a few
                         homes sustained minor damage from
                         downed trees. Some outbuildings were
                         crushed from downed trees.

                         Twiggs: 1/2 inch of glaze ice - A
                         number of trees and power lines down
                         throughout the county.

                         Union: Trace of glaze ice, < 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Upson: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet - A number of trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.
                         One vehicle in Thomaston was heavily
                         damaged when a large tree fell on the
                         car and crushed it.

                         Walker: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, Trace of
                         sleet.

                         Walton: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet - Numerous trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.
                         Up to 2500 residents in the county were
                         left without power.

                         Warren: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Washington: 1/4 inch of glaze, Trace of
                         sleet - A number of trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county.

                         Webster: Trace of glaze ice.

                         Wheeler: Trace of glaze ice.

                         White: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, Trace of
                         sleet, Trace of snow.

                         Whitfield: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, Trace
                         of sleet.

                         Wilcox: None of significance.

                         Wilkes: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Wilkinson: 1/4 inch of glaze ice - A
                         number of trees and power lines down
                         throughout the county.

INDIANA, Northwest

  INZ001>002
                           0         0
  INZ019
                           0         0

                         On Monday January 3, a deep low
                         pressure system tracked out of the
                         Southern Plains. This system moved
                         through the middle Mississippi Valley.
                         As the low moved northeast, it brought
                         a band of heavy snow to far northwest
                         Indiana and a wintery mix of freezing
                         rain and sleet to central Indiana.
                         Snowfall of 6 to 12 inches fell north
                         of Portage, Indiana to Mendota,
                         Illinois. Locations south of the
                         Kankakee River received up to 3/4 inch
                         of ice and one to two inches of snow.

                         Snow and Ice Accumulation Reports
                         Lake:
                         8.1 inches at Whiting
                         6.7 inches at Highland
                         Porter:
                         7.1 inches at Indiana Dunes
                         Benton:
                         1/2 to 3/4 inch of ice

MINNESOTA, Central and South Central

  MNZ044>045-
  049>070-073>078-
  082>085-091>093
                           0         0

                         Low pressure tracked from Kansas across
                         southeast Minnesota into northeast
                         Wisconsin between December 31st and
                         January 1st. As a result a wide swath
                         of wintry precipitation blanketed the
                         southern half of Minnesota between late
                         morning and late evening on the 1st. A
                         mix of snow, sleet, and freezing rain
                         was observed in most locations during
                         this period. The heaviest snowfall
                         accumulations, around 4 inches, were
                         reported around Cambridge and
                         Princeton. Sleet accumulations were the
                         primary weather feature across much of
                         central and west central Minnesota. Up
                         to an inch of sleet was reported in
                         these areas, intermingled with a light
                         ice accumulation. South and east of a
                         line from St. James to Red Wing,
                         freezing rain was predominant. Ice
                         accumulations of up to 1/4 inch were
                         reported in Owatonna. The mixed bag of
                         precipitation caused hazardous travel
                         conditions region wide.

  MNZ041-047>048-
  054>058-064>067-
  073>077-082>085-
  091>093
                           0         0

  MNZ042>045-
  049>053-059>063-
  068>070-078
                           0         0

                         Low pressure moved from South Dakota
                         into southern Minnesota on the 21st.
                         Periods of snow resulted between the
                         morning of the 21st and the early
                         morning hours of the 22nd. Snowfall
                         totals ranged from around an inch
                         southwest of a line from Madison to
                         Hanley Falls to Springfield to Fairmont
                         where freezing rain and sleet mixed in
                         with the snow to a swath of 6 to 8
                         inches stretching from Alexandria to
                         St. Cloud to the Twin Cities
                         metropolitan area. After the snow began
                         to taper off during the predawn hours
                         of the 22nd the winds increased
                         dramatically. Sustained winds increased
                         to 30 to 40 MPH across west central and
                         south central Minnesota with gusts as
                         high as 64 MPH. Sustained winds across
                         the remainder of southern Minnesota
                         reached 25 to 35 MPH with gusts up to
                         50 MPH. Peak wind gusts included 64 MPH
                         at New Ulm, 61 MPH at Blue Earth and
                         Madelia, 60 MPH at St. James and
                         Fairmont, 58 MPH at Starbuck, 55 MPH at
                         Olivia and Morris, 54 MPH at Appleton,
                         52 MPH at Granite Falls, 51 MPH at
                         Redwood Falls, 47 MPH at Mankato, 46 MPH
                         at Alexandria, 41 MPH at St. Cloud, and
                         40 MPH at the Minneapolis/St. Paul
                         International Airport. The gusty winds
                         caused widespread blowing and drifting
                         of snow southwest of a line from
                         Alexandria to Willmar to Glencoe to
                         Faribault which dropped visibilities to
                         near zero at times. Snowplow operators
                         were pulled off the road between
                         midnight and 4 AM on the 22nd because
                         of the blizzard conditions. In
                         addition, Interstate 94 was closed west
                         of Alexandria due to severe drifting
                         and low visibilities. Snow drifts of up
                         to 3 feet were reported after the winds
                         died down around midday on the 22nd.
                         Scattered power outages were reported
                         during the pre-dawn hours of the 22nd
                         in Redwood, Brown and Watonwan counties
                         after ice coated power lines were blown
                         down by the high winds. Numerous
                         automobile accidents were also reported
                         region wide during the storm.

WISCONSIN, West

  WIZ014>016-023>028
                           0         0

                         Low pressure tracked from Kansas across
                         southeast Minnesota into northeast
                         Wisconsin between December 31st and
                         January 1st. As a result a wide swath
                         of wintry precipitation blanketed west
                         central Wisconsin between early
                         afternoon on the 1st and early morning
                         on the 2nd. Sleet and and freezing rain
                         was the predominant weather type,
                         however trace snowfall accumulations
                         were also reported. Many locations,
                         especially near Chippewa Falls and Eau
                         Claire received up to 1/2 inch of ice
                         and sleet accumulation. The mixed bag
                         of precipitation caused hazardous
                         travel conditions region wide.

Location                 Character of Storm

FLORIDA, West Central

  FLZ039-042>043-048
                         Frost/Freeze

                         A cold front moved through the area
                         earlier that day, with cold dry air
                         overspreading northern Florida.
                         Temperatures dropped below freezing for
                         up to seven hours, reaching a low of 28
                         degrees in Bronson and near Chiefland.

  FLZ039
                         Frost/Freeze

                         High pressure and light winds caused a
                         second night of freezing temperatures
                         for Levy county. Temperatures remained
                         just below freezing for around four
                         hours, with a low of 31 degrees at
                         Bronson.

  FLZ039-042>043-
  048>049-051>052-
  055>056

                         Frost/Freeze

                         A strong cold front moved through the
                         state, ushering in cold dry air in its
                         wake. Levy and Citrus counties
                         experienced a hard freeze, with
                         temperatures falling below freezing for
                         nine to eleven hours. Temperatures there
                         fell into the lower 20s, with a minimum
                         of 21 degrees at Bronson. Elsewhere, low
                         temperatures fell into the upper 20s to
                         lower 30s for generally two to four
                         hours.

  FLZ039-042-048
                         Frost/Freeze

                         High pressure and light winds allowed
                         for a second night of freezing
                         temperatures. A low of 28 degrees
                         occurred at Brooksville, with
                         temperatures falling below freezing for
                         up to seven hours.

GEORGIA, North and Central

  GAZ001>009-011>016-    Dade - Walker - Catoosa - Whitfield -
  019>025-027-030>039-   Murray - Fannin Gilmer Union Towns
  041>062-066>076-       Chattooga Gordon Pickens - Dawson -
  078>086-089>098-       Lumpkin - White - Floyd - Barrow -
  102>113                Cherokee Forsyth Hall Banks Jackson
                         Madison - Polk - Paulding - Cobb -
                         North Fulton - Gwinnett Barrow Clarke
                         Oconee Oglethorpe Wilkes - Haralson -
                         Carroll - Douglas - South Fulton - De
                         Kalb Rockdale Walton Newton Morgan
                         Greene - Taliaferro - Heard - Coweta -
                         Fayette - Clayton Spalding Henry Butts
                         Jasper Putnam Hancock - Warren - Troup -
                         Meriwether - Pike - Upson - Lamar Monroe
                         Jones Baldwin Washington Glascock -
                         Jefferson - Harris - Talbot - Taylor -
                         Crawford - Bibb Twiggs Wilkinson Johnson
                         Emanuel Muscogee - Chattahoochee -
                         Marion - Schley - Maron Peach Houston
                         Bleckley Laurens Treutlen Stewart -
                         Webster - Sumter - Dooly - Crisp -
                         Pulaski Wilcox Dodge Telfair Wheeler
                         Montgomery Toombs
                         Winter Storm

                         A significant and fairly prolonged
                         winter storm/ice storm affected nearly
                         all of North and Central Georgia from
                         the evening of Friday January 28th to
                         late morning on Sunday January 30th. The
                         winter storm was a result of a very
                         strong and very cold Arctic surface high
                         pressure system located across the
                         Mid-Atlantic states and an upper-level
                         disturbance moving across the region
                         from the west. North of a line from La
                         Grange, to Thomaston, to Sandersville,
                         the precipitation fell mostly as a
                         mixture of sleet and freezing rain, with
                         typical accumulations of one-half inch
                         glaze ice and one to two inches of
                         sleet. Some areas in North Central and
                         Northeast Georgia experienced
                         significant glaze ice accumulations of
                         three-fourths to one inch. Further
                         south, mainly south of a La Grange, to
                         Thomaston, to Sandersville line, most of
                         the frozen precipitation fell as
                         freezing rain, with 1/4 to 1/2 inch
                         accumulations of glaze ice common as far
                         south as McRae, Abbeville, and Americus.
                         In the southern areas, however, the ice
                         accumulations were generally confined to
                         trees, power lines, and other exposed
                         objects with little or no accumulation
                         of ice on the ground. Extensive damage
                         to trees and power lines were reported
                         throughout the area, especially in North
                         Central, Northeast, and Central Georgia.
                         Damage estimates were in the millions.
                         Numerous vehicle accidents were also
                         reported on the slick ice and sleet
                         covered roads, especially in the Atlanta
                         Metropolitan area. The summary below
                         provides ice and sleet accumulations by
                         county for this event as well as damage
                         information received for that county.
                         The ice and sleet accumulations were
                         largely provided by the county 911
                         centers or respective Emergency
                         Management Directors. The damage
                         information was provided by the local
                         county/city newspaper.

                         Banks: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Barrow: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Barrow: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet - Numerous trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county. As
                         many as 13,000 residents in the county
                         left without power.

                         Bibb: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, Trace of
                         sleet - A number of trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county. Around
                         10000 residents of the county were left
                         without power for an extended period
                         during the event.

                         Bleckley: None of significance reported.

                         Butts: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Carroll: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.5
                         inches of sleet - Numerous trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.
                         One road in the Clem community alone had
                         50 tree down on it.

                         Catoosa: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Chattahoochee: None of significance
                         reported.

                         Chattooga: < 1/4 inch of glaze ice, <
                         1.0 inch of sleet.

                         Cherokee: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.5
                         inch of sleet - Numerous trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county.
                         Thousands of residents were left without
                         power. One person was killed and five
                         were injured in a vehicle accident on
                         Interstate 575 caused by ice on the
                         roadway. Interstate 575 was closed. Many
                         other vehicle accidents were also
                         reported in the county.

                         Clarke: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet - Numerous trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county. Around
                         100 tons of debris from downed trees and
                         limbs had to be removed from roads.
                         Around 3000 residents left without
                         power.

                         Clayton: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.5
                         inches of sleet - Numerous trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.
                         Several thousand residents left without
                         power.

                         Cobb: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.5 inches
                         of sleet - Numerous trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county. Around
                         7000 residents were left without power.

                         Coweta: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.5
                         inches of sleet - Several trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.
                         Around 1500 residents in the county were
                         left without power during the event.

                         Crawford: 1/4 inch of glaze ice -
                         Widespread power outages were reported
                         around the county from trees down on
                         power lines.

                         Crisp: 1/2 inch of glaze ice.

                         Dade: 1/4 inch of glaze ice.

                         Dawson: 1.0 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet

                         DeKalb: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.5
                         inches of sleet - Hundreds of trees down
                         on power lines and in roadways. Several
                         thousand people were left without power
                         for 1-2 days.

                         Dodge: < 1/4 inch of glaze ice - Several
                         trees and power lines were down
                         throughout the county.

                         Dooly: < 1/4 inch of glaze ice - A few
                         power outages were reported around the
                         county from trees down on power lines.

                         Douglas: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet - Several tree limbs and a
                         number of tree limbs down throughout the
                         county. As many as 15,000 residents in
                         the county were left without power.

                         Emanuel: < 1/4 inch of glaze ice.

                         Fannin: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Fayette: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.5
                         inches of sleet - Numerous trees and
                         several power lines down throughout the
                         county. A carport and vehicle were
                         damaged when the roof of the carport
                         collapsed from the weight of the ice
                         accumulation. Several roads blocked from
                         downed trees. A number of residents in
                         the county lost power.

                         Floyd: 1/3 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Forsyth: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Fulton: 3/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.5
                         inches of sleet.

                         Gilmer: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Glascock: 3/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Gordon: < 1.0 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Greene: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet - Many residents in the county
                         lost power from trees down on power
                         lines.

                         Gwinnett: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 2.0
                         inches of sleet - Numerous trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.
                         Approximately 65,000 residents in the
                         county were left without power.

                         Hall: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch of
                         sleet - Several power outages reported
                         from trees down on power lines
                         throughout the county.

                         Hancock: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet - A number of trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.

                         Haralson: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Harris: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, Trace of
                         sleet.

                         Heard: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Henry: 1.0 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet - Numerous trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county. A
                         number of power outages were reported.
                         Around 50 roads were blocked from downed
                         trees.

                         Houston: 1/2 inch of glaze ice -
                         Numerous trees and power lines down
                         throughout much of the county.

                         Jackson: 1/5 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Jasper: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet - Numerous trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county. Power
                         outages

GEORGIA, North and Central

                         14,000 residents of the county, which
                         includes most of the county, were left
                         without power.

                         Johnson: 1/2 inch of glaze ice - A
                         number of trees down on power lines
                         around the county.

                         Jones: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet - A number of trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.

                         Lamar: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet - Numerous trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county.
                         Around 7000 residents were left without
                         power.

                         Laurens: 1/2 inch of glaze ice - A
                         number of trees and power lines down
                         throughout the county.

                         Lumpkin: 3/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0
                         inch of sleet - Several trees and power
                         lines were down in the county, causing
                         some residents to lose power.

                         Maron: 1/2 inch of glaze ice - Hundreds
                         of residents lost power in the county
                         because of trees down on power lines.

                         Madison: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet - Numerous trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.

                         Marion: 1/4 inch of glaze ice - A
                         number of trees and power lines down
                         throughout the county.

                         Meriwether: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Monroe: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.5
                         inches of sleet - A number of trees and
                         power lines were down throughout the
                         county. Many residents were left
                         without power.

                         Montgomery: 1/4 inch of glaze ice.

                         Morgan: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet - Numerous trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county.
                         Around 1700 residents were left without
                         power. A massive 100 foot tall tree
                         fell down because of the weight of the
                         ice.

                         Murray: 1/5 inch of glaze ice, Trace of
                         sleet.

                         Muscogee: 1/2 inch of glaze ice -
                         Numerous trees and power lines down
                         throughout the county. Around 7000
                         residents were left without power.

                         Newton: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet - Ice covered roads caused a
                         number of vehicle accidents throughout
                         the county. Around 15,000 residents in
                         the county were left without power.

                         Oconee: 1/5 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Oglethorpe: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0
                         inch of sleet - A number of trees were
                         down on power lines, causing power
                         outages throughout the county.

                         Paulding: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Peach: 1/4 inch of glaze ice - A number
                         of trees and power lines down
                         throughout the county.

                         Pickens: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Pike: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet - A number of trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county.
                         Around 1000 residents were left without
                         power.

                         Polk: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Pulaski: < 1/4 inch of glaze ice -
                         Around 1800 residents in the county
                         were left without power because of ice
                         laden trees down on power lines.

                         Putnam: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet - Numerous trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county.

                         Rockdale: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0
                         inch of sleet - Ice covered roads
                         caused a number of vehicle accidents
                         throughout the county.

                         Schley: 1/4 inch of glaze ice - Several
                         hundred residents in the county were
                         left without power because of trees
                         down on power lines.

                         Spalding: 3/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0
                         inch of sleet - A number of trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.
                         Around 10,000 residents of the county
                         were left without power.

                         Stewart: 1/4 inch of glaze ice.

                         Sumter: 1/4 inch of glaze ice -
                         Numerous trees and power lines down
                         throughout the county. Very few
                         residents were left without power,
                         however.

                         Talbot: 1/2 inch of glaze ice -Several
                         trees and power lines were down around
                         the county.

                         Taliaferro: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1/2
                         inch of glaze ice.

                         Taylor: 1/2 inch of glaze ice.

                         Telfair: Trace of glaze ice.

                         Toombs: None of significance.

                         Towns: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Treutlen: Trace of glaze ice. No
                         significant problems were reported.

                         Troup: 1/4 inch of glaze ice - Many
                         trees and power lines down throughout
                         the county. Several roads were blocked
                         from downed trees. Many vehicle were
                         damaged from fallen trees, while a few
                         homes sustained minor damage from
                         downed trees. Some outbuildings were
                         crushed from downed trees.

                         Twiggs: 1/2 inch of glaze ice - A
                         number of trees and power lines down
                         throughout the county.

                         Union: Trace of glaze ice, < 1.0 inch
                         of sleet.

                         Upson: 1/2 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet - A number of trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.
                         One vehicle in Thomaston was heavily
                         damaged when a large tree fell on the
                         car and crushed it.

                         Walker: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, Trace of
                         sleet.

                         Walton: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet - Numerous trees and
                         power lines down throughout the county.
                         Up to 2500 residents in the county were
                         left without power.

                         Warren: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Washington: 1/4 inch of glaze, Trace of
                         sleet - A number of trees and power
                         lines down throughout the county.

                         Webster: Trace of glaze ice.

                         Wheeler: Trace of glaze ice.

                         White: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, Trace of
                         sleet, Trace of snow.

                         Whitfield: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, Trace
                         of sleet.

                         Wilcox: None of significance.

                         Wilkes: 1/4 inch of glaze ice, < 1.0
                         inch of sleet.

                         Wilkinson: 1/4 inch of glaze ice - A
                         number of trees and power lines down
                         throughout the county.

INDIANA, Northwest

  INZ001>002
                         Heavy Snow
  INZ019
                         Winter Storm

                         On Monday January 3, a deep low
                         pressure system tracked out of the
                         Southern Plains. This system moved
                         through the middle Mississippi Valley.
                         As the low moved northeast, it brought
                         a band of heavy snow to far northwest
                         Indiana and a wintery mix of freezing
                         rain and sleet to central Indiana.
                         Snowfall of 6 to 12 inches fell north
                         of Portage, Indiana to Mendota,
                         Illinois. Locations south of the
                         Kankakee River received up to 3/4 inch
                         of ice and one to two inches of snow.

                         Snow and Ice Accumulation Reports
                         Lake:
                         8.1 inches at Whiting
                         6.7 inches at Highland
                         Porter:
                         7.1 inches at Indiana Dunes
                         Benton:
                         1/2 to 3/4 inch of ice

MINNESOTA, Central and South Central

  MNZ044>045-
  049>070-073>078-
  082>085-091>093
                         Winter Storm

                         Low pressure tracked from Kansas across
                         southeast Minnesota into northeast
                         Wisconsin between December 31st and
                         January 1st. As a result a wide swath
                         of wintry precipitation blanketed the
                         southern half of Minnesota between late
                         morning and late evening on the 1st. A
                         mix of snow, sleet, and freezing rain
                         was observed in most locations during
                         this period. The heaviest snowfall
                         accumulations, around 4 inches, were
                         reported around Cambridge and
                         Princeton. Sleet accumulations were the
                         primary weather feature across much of
                         central and west central Minnesota. Up
                         to an inch of sleet was reported in
                         these areas, intermingled with a light
                         ice accumulation. South and east of a
                         line from St. James to Red Wing,
                         freezing rain was predominant. Ice
                         accumulations of up to 1/4 inch were
                         reported in Owatonna. The mixed bag of
                         precipitation caused hazardous travel
                         conditions region wide.

  MNZ041-047>048-
  054>058-064>067-
  073>077-082>085-
  091>093
                         Blizzard

  MNZ042>045-
  049>053-059>063-
  068>070-078
                         Winter Storm

                         Low pressure moved from South Dakota
                         into southern Minnesota on the 21st.
                         Periods of snow resulted between the
                         morning of the 21st and the early
                         morning hours of the 22nd. Snowfall
                         totals ranged from around an inch
                         southwest of a line from Madison to
                         Hanley Falls to Springfield to Fairmont
                         where freezing rain and sleet mixed in
                         with the snow to a swath of 6 to 8
                         inches stretching from Alexandria to
                         St. Cloud to the Twin Cities
                         metropolitan area. After the snow began
                         to taper off during the predawn hours
                         of the 22nd the winds increased
                         dramatically. Sustained winds increased
                         to 30 to 40 MPH across west central and
                         south central Minnesota with gusts as
                         high as 64 MPH. Sustained winds across
                         the remainder of southern Minnesota
                         reached 25 to 35 MPH with gusts up to
                         50 MPH. Peak wind gusts included 64 MPH
                         at New Ulm, 61 MPH at Blue Earth and
                         Madelia, 60 MPH at St. James and
                         Fairmont, 58 MPH at Starbuck, 55 MPH at
                         Olivia and Morris, 54 MPH at Appleton,
                         52 MPH at Granite Falls, 51 MPH at
                         Redwood Falls, 47 MPH at Mankato, 46 MPH
                         at Alexandria, 41 MPH at St. Cloud, and
                         40 MPH at the Minneapolis/St. Paul
                         International Airport. The gusty winds
                         caused widespread blowing and drifting
                         of snow southwest of a line from
                         Alexandria to Willmar to Glencoe to
                         Faribault which dropped visibilities to
                         near zero at times. Snowplow operators
                         were pulled off the road between
                         midnight and 4 AM on the 22nd because
                         of the blizzard conditions. In
                         addition, Interstate 94 was closed west
                         of Alexandria due to severe drifting
                         and low visibilities. Snow drifts of up
                         to 3 feet were reported after the winds
                         died down around midday on the 22nd.
                         Scattered power outages were reported
                         during the pre-dawn hours of the 22nd
                         in Redwood, Brown and Watonwan counties
                         after ice coated power lines were blown
                         down by the high winds. Numerous
                         automobile accidents were also reported
                         region wide during the storm.

WISCONSIN, West

  WIZ014>016-023>028
                         Winter Storm

                         Low pressure tracked from Kansas across
                         southeast Minnesota into northeast
                         Wisconsin between December 31st and
                         January 1st. As a result a wide swath
                         of wintry precipitation blanketed west
                         central Wisconsin between early
                         afternoon on the 1st and early morning
                         on the 2nd. Sleet and and freezing rain
                         was the predominant weather type,
                         however trace snowfall accumulations
                         were also reported. Many locations,
                         especially near Chippewa Falls and Eau
                         Claire received up to 1/2 inch of ice
                         and sleet accumulation. The mixed bag
                         of precipitation caused hazardous
                         travel conditions region wide.

February 2005

                                   Time       Path      Path
                                   Local/     Length    Width
Location                    Date   Standard   (Miles)   (Yards)

AMERICAN SAMOA

  ASZ002                    Tutuila
                            03     0600SST
                            06     2300SST

                            Southeast swells of 5 to 7 feet
                            generated by Tropical Cyclone Meena far
                            east of Tutuila produced surf heights
                            of 10 to 14 feet along southeast facing
                            shores of Tutuila and Manu'a. No injury
                            reported.

  ASZ003                    Manu'A
                            14     1500SST
                            16     1200SST

                            Hurricane Olaf, a Category 5, had
                            sustained maximum winds of "160 mph and
                            gusts to 190 mph. Waves up to 40 feet
                            high hit some islands." Olaf made
                            landfall over Manu'a Islands, causing
                            severe damages to homes, crops, and
                            highways on February 16th. Vicious surf
                            associated with Hurricane Olaf erroded
                            a highway in Tau village, also storm
                            surge of 8 to 12 feet reached
                            residential homes within 300 to 400
                            feet from shore. Large coral rocks were
                            piled in homes and a village church as
                            a result of a storm surge near
                            northeast facing shores. There were no
                            injuries reported.

  ASZ002                    Tutuila
                            15     1500SST
                            16     0800SST

                            During Hurricane Olaf, the Weather
                            Service Office in Tafuna recorded
                            maximum winds of 44 mph with gusts to
                            50 mph between February 15th and 16th.
                            Rooftops of less than 10 homes in
                            Tutuila were damaged by Hurricane Olaf.
                            No injuries reported.

  ASZ003                    Manu'A
                            15     1500SST
                            18     1500SST

                            A 68-foot vessel was afloat within 50
                            miles north of Manu'a, "disabled with
                            no steering wheel but had power." The
                            crew member were not injured by high
                            swells generated by Hurricane Olaf.

                            The Associated Press reported a vessel
                            sank on February 16th in "50-foot waves
                            and 120 mph winds about 95 miles north
                            of American Samoa and the four rescued
                            crew members were on a life raft when
                            they were found."

                            There were reports about other missing
                            vessels based in Western Samoa, but
                            were later found by Coast Guards and
                            Rescue Team from New Zealand. No death
                            reported.

  ASZ001                    Swains

                            24     1500SST
                            26     1500SST

                            Tropical Cyclone Percy was a Category 2
                            when it pass Swains Island between the
                            26th and the 27th. A Hurricane Warning,
                            A High Surf Warning and a Flood Watch
                            were issued for the Island of Swains
                            between February 24 through the 27th.

                            "Of the 9 buildings on the island, only
                            3 survived Percy including the
                            Government Building where the people
                            took shelter during the storm. The
                            island was largely overflooded by the
                            storm surge, and there is very heavy
                            damage to gardens, trees and plants
                            with debris strewn throughout."

                            No injuries reported.

  ASZ002>003                Tutuila - Manu'A
                            27     0900SST
                            28     2359SST

                            Large swells generated by Tropical
                            Cyclone Percy pummeled east and south
                            facing shores of Tutuila and Manu'a
                            Islands. No injuries reported.

CONNECTICUT, Southern

  CTZ005>008-011>012        Northern Fairfield - Northern New
                            Haven - Northern Middlesex - Northern
                            New London - Southern Middlesex -
                            Southern New London
                            25     0100EST
                                   0400EST

                            With a cold high pressure system north
                            of the region, a low pressure system
                            developed off the North Carolina coast
                            during Thursday, February 24th. This
                            low intensified as it moved northeast,
                            passing across the offshore waters
                            southeast of Long Island during
                            Thursday night.

                            Light snow developed across the region
                            between 5 pm and 7 pm Thursday
                            evening, February 24th. Widespread
                            moderate to heavy snow fell between 7
                            pm and 4 am, ending from northwest to
                            southeast. Storm total snowfall amounts
                            ranged from 5 to 10 inches. Here are
                            selected snowfall amounts for:

                            Northern Fairfield County - from 5.5
                            inches at New Fairfield to 6.6 inches
                            at Shelton and Danbury. In Bridgeport,
                            5.0 inches was measured.

                            Northern New Haven County - from 6.0
                            inches at Southbury, North Branford,
                            and Meriden to 6.5 inches at North
                            Haven.

                            Middlesex County - 9.5 inches was
                            measured at Haddam and Old Saybrook.

                            New London County - from 5.5 inches at
                            Lisbon to 10.5 inches at Voluntown.

FLORIDA, West Central

  FLZ042-048                Citrus - Hernando
                            05     0400EST
                                   0800EST

                            A cold front moved through the area,
                            bringing two to four hours of freezing
                            temperatures across portions of
                            northern Florida. The minimum
                            temperature of 29 degrees was observed
                            at Brooksville.

  FLZ039-042>043-048        Levy - Citrus - Sumter - Hernando
                            12     0500EST
                                   0800EST

                            High pressure settled over the region
                            in the wake of a cold front that moved
                            through the area the previous day. The
                            light winds allowed temperatures to
                            fall to around 30 in most locations,
                            with a minimum of 26 degrees in
                            Brooksville.

GEORGIA, North and Central

  Cherokee County
    5 NE Waleska            21     1148EST

                            A storm spotter reported penny-sized
                            hail.

  Walker County
    Countywide              21     1155EST

                            The Walker County Road Department
                            reported that a few trees were down
                            throughout the county.

  Dade County
    Trenton                 21     1200EST

                            The Dade County 911 Center reported
                            that one tree was blown down. In
                            additon, they also reported pea-sized
                            hail.

  Cobb County
    Kennesaw                21     1214EST

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Dawson County
    Dawsonville             21     1215EST

                            The Dawson News & Advertiser
                            reported that lightning struck and
                            destroyed a $600,000 home in the
                            Ridgeview community.

  Murray County
    Eton                    21     1230EST

                            A storm spotter for the National Weather
                            Service reported penny-sized hail. Wind
                            gusts were also estimated at 65 mph.

  Gilmer County
    Ellijay                 21     1232EST

                            The public reported that several trees
                            were blown down in the Ellijay area.

  Fannin County
    Blue Ridge              21     1245EST

                            The Fannin County 911 Center reported
                            penny-sized hail.

  Gwinnett County
    Duluth                  21     1245EST

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Gilmer County
    Ellijay                 21     1250EST

                            The Gilmer County 911 Center reported
                            nickel-sized hail.

  Cobb County
    Powder Spgs             21     1300EST

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Gwinnett County
    Duluth to               21     1300EST
    Snellville

                            Numerous reports of hail, ranging in
                            size from pennies to quarters, were
                            received from the public. Penny to
                            nickel-sized hail was reported in Duluth,
                            nickel-sized hail in Lawrenceville, and
                            quarter-sized hail in Grayson and
                            Snellville.

  De Kalb County
    Tucker                  21     1325EST

                            The public reported nickel-sized hail.

  Gwinnett County
    Lawrenceville to        21     1325EST
    Snellville                     1335EST

                            Numerous reports of hail, ranging in size
                            from pennies to quarters, were received
                            from the public. Nickel-sized hail was
                            reported in Lawrenceville with quarter-
                            sized hail in Grayson and Snellville.

  Barrow County
    Bethlehem               21     1347EST

                            The public reported quarter-sized hail.

  Walton County
    Loganville to           21     1350EST
    Monroe                         1358EST

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Oglethorpe County
    Lexington               21     1359EST

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Oconee County
    Watkinsville            21     1400EST

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Oglethorpe County
    Lexington               21     1400EST

                            The Oglethorpe Echo of Lexington reported
                            that the Courthouse Clock Tower in
                            downtown Lexington took a direct hit from
                            lightning. Nine computers in the building
                            were destroyed and the building suffered
                            some structural damage as well.

  Oconee County
    Watkinsville            21     1421EST

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Oglethorpe County
    Lexington               21     1429EST

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Wilkes County
    Washington              21     1515EST

                            The News Reporter of Washington reported
                            that heavy rain pooled on the roof of the
                            Wilkes County Department of Family and
                            Children's Services building. A
                            significant leak developed as a result
                            causing damage to ceiling tiles, carpet,
                            and other equipment. Several offices were
                            flooded.

  Taliaferro County
    5 E Sharon              21     1525EST

                            The public reported penny-sized hail. A
                            few small branches were also blown down.

  Whitfield County
    Dalton                  21     1615EST

                            A trained spotter and cooperative
                            observer for the National Weather
                            Service reported nickel-sized hail.

  Murray County
    Crandall                21     1620EST

                            The Murray County Fire Department and
                            Rescue Squad reported penny-sized hail.

  Chattooga County
    Trion to                21     1650EST
    Summerville                    1710EST

                            Several reports of hail ranging in size
                            from quarters to ping pong balls were
                            received from amateur radio operators in
                            both Trion and Summerville. The public
                            reported quarter-sized hail just east of
                            Lyerly.

  Union County
    Blairsville             21     1658EST

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Towns County
    5 S Hiawassee           21     1708EST

                            The Towns County 911 Center reported
                            penny-sized hail.

  White County
    Helen                   21     1714EST

                            The White County 911 Center reported
                            penny-sized hail.

  Gordon County
    Calhoun to              21     1719EST
    Plainville

                            A number of reports were received from
                            amateur radio operators and the public
                            of one to two inch diameter hail.
                            Nickel-sized hail in Calhoun at 519 pm
                            EST, was followed by quarter to half-
                            dollar-sized hail in both Calhoun and
                            Plainville at 527 pm EST, and then golf
                            ball to 2.0 inch diameter hail at 530 pm
                            EST about 4.5 miles south of Calhoun.

  Lumpkin County
    4 N Dahlonega           21     1720EST

                            The Lumpkin County 911 Center reported
                            penny-sized hail.

  Pickens County
    Hinton to               21     1720EST
    Jasper

                            The public reported nickel to
                            quarter-sized hail.

  Chattooga County
    Menlo to                21     1724EST
    2 E Lyerly                     1727EST

                            The public reported quarter-sized hail
                            two miles east of Lyerly, while an
                            amateur radio operator reported
                            nickel-sized hail in Menlo.

  Bartow County
    2 N Adairsville to      21     1728EST
    Adairsville

                            The public reported hail ranging in size
                            from quarters just north of Adairsville
                            to nearly 2.0 inches in diameter in
                            Adairsville. Extensive damage was
                            reported to vehicles and roofs of homes
                            in the area.

  Dawson County
    Dawsonville             21     1730EST

                            The Dawson County 911 Center reported
                            quarter-sized hail.

  GAZ014                    Dawson
                            21     1730EST

                            The Forsyth County News reported that a
                            man drove his vehicle into flood waters
                            from the Etowah River in the southwest
                            portion of the county within the Dawson
                            Forest Management Area. The man escaped
                            safely from the flood waters, but the
                            vehicle was damaged.

  Floyd County
    Armuchee                21     1740EST

                            A volunteer student for the National
                            Weather Service reported golf ball-sized
                            hail.

  Floyd County
    Armuchee to             21     1745EST
    Rome                           1800EST

                            The Rome News Tribune reported that
                            thunderstorms winds downed a number of
                            trees across the northern part of the
                            county. Many of the trees fell across
                            power lines causing power outages for
                            around 4300 residents. On Warren Road,
                            a tree fell across a power line and
                            ruptured a natural gas line.

  Floyd County
    Rome                    21     1745EST
                                   1800EST

                            Several reports of large hail, ranging
                            in size from nickels to silver dollars,
                            were received from the public.

  Cherokee County
    3 W Canton to           21     1754EST
    Hickory Flat                   1820EST

                            The Cherokee County Emergency Management
                            Director, along with numerous reports
                            from the public, confirmed that a wide
                            swath of large and very damaging hail
                            fell across much of the central portion
                            of Cherokee county from three miles west
                            of Canton to Hickory Flat, southeast of
                            Canton. There were many reports of hail
                            better than 2.0 inches in diameter, with
                            measured hail stones of 2.75 inches from
                            residents along Georgia Highway 140 near
                            Lower Bums Road in Canton. So much large
                            hail fell, that even 15 hours after the
                            event, hail still lined some streets in
                            the Canton area. The public works
                            department had to be called out to clear
                            ice from roadways. Extensive damage to
                            roofs, vegetation, and automobiles were
                            reported throughout the area. On Liberty
                            Boulevard in the northern section of
                            Canton, three very large car dealerships
                            reported that their entire inventory had
                            been damaged with damages in this area
                            alone around $3.0 million. Over 100
                            privately owned vehicles were damaged at
                            a Wal Mart parking lot located near this
                            location. The city of Canton Police
                            Department reported damages to their
                            vehicles exceeding $40,000. Total damage
                            estimate to homes, vehicles, and
                            vegetation in the area was $4.5 million.
                            This event ranked as the second most
                            costly hail storm in Cherokee County's
                            history.

  Cobb County
    Acworth to              21     1820EST
    Marietta                       1855EST

                            Numerous reports of large hail were
                            received from the public in Acworth,
                            Kennesaw, and Marietta. Golf ball to
                            tennis ball-sized hail was reported in
                            Acworth, golf ball-sized hail in
                            Kennesaw, and nickel to quarter-sized
                            hail in Marietta. Damage was reported
                            to vehicles and residences.

  Barrow County
    Cartersville            21     1825EST
                                   1830EST

                            The public reported hail ranging in size
                            from quarters to golf balls. Extensive
                            damage was reported to vehicles and roofs
                            of buildings and homes in the area.

  Bartow County
    Cartersville            21     1825EST
                                   1830EST

                            The Daily Tribune News of Cartersville
                            reported that thunderstorm winds blew
                            down a few trees in the area. Some power
                            lines were brought down as a result.

  Forsyth County
    Cumming                 21     1825EST
                                   1840EST

                            The public reported hail ranging in size
                            from pennies to golf balls.

  Cobb County
    Kennesaw to             21     1830EST
    Marietta                       1845EST

                            The Marietta Daily Journal reported that
                            lightning struck and set on fire four
                            homes in the northern portion of the
                            county. Three of the homes suffered
                            major damage.

  Gwinnett County
    Sugar Hill to           21     1838EST
    Dacula                         1900EST

                            Numerous reports of large hail, ranging
                            in size from pennies to golf balls, were
                            received from the public in the Buford,
                            Suwanee, and Dacula areas. Penny Sugar
                            Hill, to golf ball-sized hail was
                            reported in Suwance, quarter to golf
                            ball-sized hail in Buford, quarter-sized
                            hail in Sugar Hill, and quarter-sized
                            hail in Dacula.

  Glascock County
    Gibson                  21     1844EST

                            The Glascock County Emergency Management
                            Director reported penny-sized hail.

  Fulton County
    Alpharetta to           21     1850EST
    Ocee                           1855EST

                            The public reported quarter-sized hail
                            in Alpharetta and penny-sized hail in
                            Ocee.

  Barrow County
    2 NE Auburn to          21     1855EST
    3 NW Winder                    1915EST

                            The Barrow County Emergency Management
                            Director reported that lots of pine
                            trees were down near Georgia Highway 211,
                            just south of the city of County Line.

  Barrow County
    1 S Thompsons Mill to   21     1855EST
    Winder                         1930EST

                            Numerous reports of large hail were
                            received from the Barrow County Emergency
                            Management Director, the 911 center, and
                            the public. Most of the hail fell within
                            a narrow area along and near Georgia
                            Highway 211 in the northwest part of the
                            county from near its intersection with
                            Interstate 85 to the city of County Line.
                            The hail accumulated to a significant
                            depth and still reported to be covering
                            the roads several hours after the storm
                            had passed.

  Barrow County
    Auburn to               21     1900EST
    Winder                         1915EST

                            The Gwinett Daily Post of Lawrenceville
                            reported that lightning struck two homes
                            in western Barrow county causing just
                            minor damage. No fire resulted.

  Cherokee County
    2 SSW Payne             21     1905EST

                            The Cherokee County Emergency Manager
                            reported penny-sized hail in the extreme
                            southwest corner of the county near the
                            intersection of Interstate-75 and
                            Georgia Highway 92.

GEORGIA, North and Central

  Gwinnett County
    Norcross to             21     1905EST
    Buford                         1920EST

                            The Gwinnett County SkyWam coordinator
                            reported golf ball-sized hail in Lilburn.
                            The public reported nickel-sized hail in
                            the eastern portions of Norcross/western
                            portions of Lilbum near Interstate-85.
                            The Gwinnett Daily-Post reported that 90
                            percent of the vehicles parked at the
                            Mall of Georgia were damaged by the hail.

  Bartow County
    Adairsville             21     1920EST

                            An amateur radio operator reported
                            quarter-sized hail.

  Clarke County
    Athens to               21     1930EST
    8 W Athens                     1950EST

                            The public reported nickel to quarter-
                            sized hail from the western portion of
                            Clarke county across the Oconee border
                            from Bogart to Athens.

  De Kalb County
    Chamblee to             21     1930EST
    Decatur                        1940EST

                            The public reported quarter and half-
                            dollar-sized hail in Tucker, a storm
                            spotter reported nickel-sized hail in
                            Decatur, and the public reported penny-
                            sized hail near the DeKalb-Peachtree
                            Airport.

  Walton County
    Monroe                  21     1930EST

                            The Walton Tribune reported that
                            lightning caused damage at one of the
                            Walton EMC distribution centers. Two
                            transformers were destroyed and damage
                            was caused to other electrical equipment
                            at the facility.

  Fulton County
    Sandy Spgs              21     1935EST

                            The public reported quarter-sized hail.

  Washington County
    Sandersville            21     1942EST

                            The Washington County 911 Center reported
                            penny-sized hail.

  Cherokee County
    Sutallee                21     1943EST

                            The Cherokee County Emergency Management
                            Director reported penny-sized hail in far
                            southwest Cherokee county near the Bartow
                            county line.

  Oconee County
    Farmington              21     1946EST

                            The Oconee County 911 Center reported
                            penny-sized hail.

  Gwinnett County
    Snellville to           21     1953EST
    Centerville                    2000EST

                            The coordinator for the Gwinnett County
                            SkyWarn reported golf ball-sized hail
                            five miles southwest of Snellville near
                            the intersection of Georgia Highway 29
                            and Pleasant Hill Road. The public
                            reported penny to quarter-sized hail in
                            Snellville and another storm spotter
                            reported quarter-sized hail in
                            Centerville.

  De Kalb County
    Druid Hills             21     2000EST

                            An employee of the DeKalb County Water
                            Department reported that hail ranging in
                            size from pennies to greater than golf
                            ball, on the order of 2.0 inches in
                            diameter fell.

  Morgan County
    Bostwick                21     2010EST

                            The Morgan County 911 Center reported
                            that a few trees were blown down.

  Oglethorpe County
    Crawford to             21     2015EST
    Lexington                      2020EST

                            The Oglethorpe County 911 Center
                            reported quarter-sized hail in
                            Crawford. The public reported
                            nickel-sized hail in Lexington.

  Gwinnett County
    Centerville             21     2022EST

                            The public reported quarter-sized
                            hail.

  Rockdale County
    Conyers                 21     2025EST

                            The public reported golf ball-sized
                            hail.

  Wilkes County
    Rayle                   21     2025EST

                            The Wilkes County Sherrif's Department
                            reported half-dollar-sized hail in the
                            Sardis Road area. Some vehicle damage
                            was reported in the area.

  Wilkes County
    Rayle                   21     2025EST

                            The Wilkes County Sheriff's Department
                            reported that several large trees
                            limbs were down in the Rayle area
                            blocking some secondary roads.

  Cobb County
    Austell                 21     2030EST

                            The Austell Fire Department reported
                            that a few trees were down in the
                            city.

  Oglethorpe County
    Philomath               21     2030EST

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Walton County
    Loganville              21     2030EST

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Taliaferro County
    Sharon                  21     2033EST

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Newton County
    2 NNE Dialtown          21     2035EST

                            The public reported quarter-sized
                            hail between Oxford near Flint Hill
                            or about halfway between Oxford in
                            Newton county and Walnut Grove in
                            Walton county.

  Walton County
    Monroe                  21     2040EST

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  De Kalb County
    North Atlanta           21     2045EST

                            The public reported nickel-sized hail
                            on the northeast side of Atlanta.
  Fulton County
    3 NNE Atlanta           21     2046EST

                            Officials at Atlanta's Piedmont Park
                            reported penny-sized hail.

  Warren County
    Cadley                  21     2055EST

                            The Norwood Post Office relayed
                            reports of hail from the Cadley
                            area. A local business reported
                            nickel-sized hail in the area.

  Morgan County
    Bostwick                21     2110EST

                            The Morgan County 911 Center reported
                            that several trees were blown down
                            across the north end of the county.

  Rockdale County
    Conyers                 21     2120EST

                            The public reported quarter-sized hail.

  Newton County
    Covington               21     2128EST

                            A trained spotter with the Covington
                            Police Department reported penny-sized
                            hail.

  Greene County
    Greensboro              21     2132EST

                            The public reported quarter-sized
                            hail.

  Washington County
    Sandersville            21     2145EST

                            The Washington County Emergency
                            Management Director reported that
                            one tree was blown down onto a
                            power line.

  Carroll County
    Carrollton              21     2205EST

                            The public reported nickel-sized
                            hail.

  Putnam County
    4 E Rudden              21     2215EST

                            The Putnam County Sheriff reported
                            golf ball-sized hail in the Lake
                            Oconee area.

  Fayette County
    Peachtree City          21     2230EST
                                   2245EST

                            The public reported quarter-sized
                            hail in the northern sections of
                            Peachtree City in the Kelly Drive
                            area, while amateur radio operators
                            reported nickel-sized hail in similar
                            areas.

  Coweta County
    3 W Newnan to           21     2244EST
    Newnan                         2255EST

                            Several reports were received from
                            the public of nickel to quarter-sized
                            hail. Minor damage to vehicles was
                            reported. In addition, a Ford Dealer
                            in Newnan reported that the hail
                            damaged the side of an outbuilding.

  Troup County
    West Pt                 21     2249EST

                            The public reported quarter-sized
                            hail.

  Haralson County
    Bremen                  21     2259EST

                            The Haralson County 911 Center
                            reported nickel-sized hail.

  Heard County
    2 N Cooksville          21     2300EST

                            The public reported penny-sized
                            hail.

  Coweta County
      3 E Newnan to         21     2310EST
    Senoia

                            The public reported golf ball-sized
                            hail in Senoia, half-dollar-sized
                            hail just east of Newnan, and
                            nickel-sized hail in Sharpsburg.

  Fayette County
    3 S Peachtree City to   21     2317EST
    2 E Peachtree City             2323EST

                            The public reported quarter-sized
                            hail near Georgia Highway 54 just
                            east of the Peachtree City city
                            limits. Employees at the National
                            Weather Service Forecast Office on
                            the south side of Peachtree City
                            observed penny-sized hail.

  Harris County
    Pine Mtn                21     2335EST

                            The public reported penny-sized
                            hail.

  Henry County
    5 WSW Mc Donough        21     2335EST

                            The public reported penny-sized hail
                            near Georgia Highway 81 west of
                            McDonough.

KENTUCKY, Eastern

  KYZ088-118                Harlan - Letcher
                            28     0400EST
                                   2300EST

                            This snow event actually ended during
                            the afternoon and evening of March 1,
                            2005. A strong low pressure system
                            moving up the east coast joined
                            forces with an upper level low
                            pressure area, and its associated
                            surface cold front moving in from
                            the plains, to produce a significant
                            snow event for the the higher
                            elevations of eastern Kentucky. The
                            coastal low brought cold Canadian
                            air southward into eastern Kentucky,
                            while the low moving in from the
                            west drew warm, moist air northward
                            from the Gulf of Mexico. Initially,
                            all the precipitation was rain, but
                            early on February 28, the temperatures
                            dropped enough for the precipitation
                            to change over to all snow. Pine
                            Mountain ended up with 4" of snow,
                            while Black Mountain came in with
                            the highest snowfall total of 14".

LOUISIANA, Southwest

  Acadia Parish
    7 SE Crowley            23     1420CST

MARYLAND, South

  MDZ021>025                Dorchester - Wicomico - Somerset
                            - Inland Worcester Maryland Beaches
                            24     0800EST
                                   1500EST

                            One to three inches of snow fell
                            across the Lower Maryland Eastern
                            Shore. The snow produced very slippery
                            roadways, which resulted in numerous
                            accidents. The highest snow amounts
                            were reported in Fruitland in Wicomico
                            county 3", Salisbury in Wicomico
                            county 3", Vienna in Dorchester
                            county 2.8", Cambridge in Dorchester
                            county 2.5", Deal Island in Somerset
                            county 2.3", and Pocomokc City in
                            Worcester county 2".

PUERTO RICO

  PRZ003-006>007-9011       Southeast - Central Interior - Ponce
                            And Vicinity Western Interior Mayaguez
                            And Vicinity - Southwest
                            01     0000AST
                            28     2359AST

                            Many municipalities in Puerto Rico
                            were affected by frequent brushfires
                            during the month due to the drough
                            conditions that affected the region.
                            The mos affected municipalities
                            were Arroyo, Guayama, Patillas,
                            Salinas, Santa Isabel, Coamo,
                            Adjuntas, Guanica, Guayanilla,
                            Jayuya, Juana Diaz, Pefluelas,
                            Ponce, Villalba, Yauco, Cabo Rojo,
                            Hormigueros, Lajas, Mayaguez,
                            Sabana Grande and San German.

SOUTH CAROLINA, South Coastal

  SCZ047>050                Jasper - Beaufort - Southern
                            Colleton - Charleston
                            27     2000EST
                            28     0000EST

                            A deep low pressure system moved
                            along the southeast coast on the
                            evening of the 27th. Strong onshore
                            flow created high surf conditions
                            around high tide. These conditions
                            caused moderate beach erosion and
                            coastal flooding along the southeast
                            South Carolina coast. Several roads
                            that crossed tidal creeks were
                            flooded around high tide. Damage
                            occurred to the dock at the
                            Charleston Harbor Marina due to
                            high water levels. The most
                            significant impact occurred at Edisto
                            Beach, where water washed over the
                            dunes and onto a roadway. Also,
                            several homes were condemned in
                            Edisto Beach because the sand which
                            provided a foundation was washed
                            away.

WISCONSIN, Northwest

  WIZ004                    Iron
                            16   21000ST
                            17   14000ST

                            Six to eight inches of lake effect
                            snow fell in the Hurley area.

                               Number of            Estimated
                                Persons               Damage

Location                    Killed   Injured   Property   Crops

AMERICAN SAMOA

  ASZ002
                              0         0         0

                            Southeast swells of 5 to 7 feet
                            generated by Tropical Cyclone Meena far
                            east of Tutuila produced surf heights
                            of 10 to 14 feet along southeast facing
                            shores of Tutuila and Manu'a. No injury
                            reported.

  ASZ003
                              0         0        10M      100K

                            Hurricane Olaf, a Category 5, had
                            sustained maximum winds of "160 mph and
                            gusts to 190 mph. Waves up to 40 feet
                            high hit some islands." Olaf made
                            landfall over Manu'a Islands, causing
                            severe damages to homes, crops, and
                            highways on February 16th. Vicious surf
                            associated with Hurricane Olaf erroded
                            a highway in Tau village, also storm
                            surge of 8 to 12 feet reached
                            residential homes within 300 to 400
                            feet from shore. Large coral rocks were
                            piled in homes and a village church as
                            a result of a storm surge near
                            northeast facing shores. There were no
                            injuries reported.

  ASZ002
                              0         0        1K         0

                            During Hurricane Olaf, the Weather
                            Service Office in Tafuna recorded
                            maximum winds of 44 mph with gusts to
                            50 mph between February 15th and 16th.
                            Rooftops of less than 10 homes in
                            Tutuila were damaged by Hurricane Olaf.
                            No injuries reported.

  ASZ003
                              0         2        10K        0

                            A 68-foot vessel was afloat within 50
                            miles north of Manu'a, "disabled with
                            no steering wheel but had power." The
                            crew member were not injured by high
                            swells generated by Hurricane Olaf.

                            The Associated Press reported a vessel
                            sank on February 16th in "50-foot waves
                            and 120 mph winds about 95 miles north
                            of American Samoa and the four rescued
                            crew members were on a life raft when
                            they were found."

                            There were reports about other missing
                            vessels based in Western Samoa, but
                            were later found by Coast Guards and
                            Rescue Team from New Zealand. No death
                            reported.

  ASZ001
                              0         0        50K       2K

                            Tropical Cyclone Percy was a Category 2
                            when it pass Swains Island between the
                            26th and the 27th. A Hurricane Warning,
                            A High Surf Warning and a Flood Watch
                            were issued for the Island of Swains
                            between February 24 through the 27th.

                            "Of the 9 buildings on the island, only
                            3 survived Percy including the
                            Government Building where the people
                            took shelter during the storm. The
                            island was largely overflooded by the
                            storm surge, and there is very heavy
                            damage to gardens, trees and plants
                            with debris strewn throughout."

                            No injuries reported.

  ASZ002>003
                              0         0         0         0

                            Large swells generated by Tropical
                            Cyclone Percy pummeled east and south
                            facing shores of Tutuila and Manu'a
                            Islands. No injuries reported.

CONNECTICUT, Southern

  CTZ005>008-011>012
                              0         0

                            With a cold high pressure system north
                            of the region, a low pressure system
                            developed off the North Carolina coast
                            during Thursday, February 24th. This
                            low intensified as it moved northeast,
                            passing across the offshore waters
                            southeast of Long Island during
                            Thursday night.

                            Light snow developed across the region
                            between 5 pm and 7 pm Thursday
                            evening, February 24th. Widespread
                            moderate to heavy snow fell between 7
                            pm and 4 am, ending from northwest to
                            southeast. Storm total snowfall amounts
                            ranged from 5 to 10 inches. Here are
                            selected snowfall amounts for:

                            Northern Fairfield County - from 5.5
                            inches at New Fairfield to 6.6 inches
                            at Shelton and Danbury. In Bridgeport,
                            5.0 inches was measured.

                            Northern New Haven County - from 6.0
                            inches at Southbury, North Branford,
                            and Meriden to 6.5 inches at North
                            Haven.

                            Middlesex County - 9.5 inches was
                            measured at Haddam and Old Saybrook.

                            New London County - from 5.5 inches at
                            Lisbon to 10.5 inches at Voluntown.

FLORIDA, West Central

  FLZ042-048
                              0         0

                            A cold front moved through the area,
                            bringing two to four hours of freezing
                            temperatures across portions of
                            northern Florida. The minimum
                            temperature of 29 degrees was observed
                            at Brooksville.

  FLZ039-042>043-048
                              0         0

                            High pressure settled over the region
                            in the wake of a cold front that moved
                            through the area the previous day. The
                            light winds allowed temperatures to
                            fall to around 30 in most locations,
                            with a minimum of 26 degrees in
                            Brooksville.

GEORGIA, North and Central

  Cherokee County
    5 NE Waleska              0         0

                            A storm spotter reported penny-sized
                            hail.

  Walker County
    Countywide                0         0        3K

                            The Walker County Road Department
                            reported that a few trees were down
                            throughout the county.

  Dade County
    Trenton                   0         0       0.25K

                            The Dade County 911 Center reported
                            that one tree was blown down. In
                            additon, they also reported pea-sized
                            hail.

  Cobb County
    Kennesaw                  0         0

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Dawson County
    Dawsonville               0         0       600K

                            The Dawson News & Advertiser
                            reported that lightning struck and
                            destroyed a $600,000 home in the
                            Ridgeview community.

  Murray County
    Eton                      0         0

                            A storm spotter for the National Weather
                            Service reported penny-sized hail. Wind
                            gusts were also estimated at 65 mph.

  Gilmer County
    Ellijay                   0         0

                            The public reported that several trees
                            were blown down in the Ellijay area.

  Fannin County
    Blue Ridge                0         0

                            The Fannin County 911 Center reported
                            penny-sized hail.

  Gwinnett County
    Duluth                    0         0

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Gilmer County
    Ellijay                   0         0

                            The Gilmer County 911 Center reported
                            nickel-sized hail.

  Cobb County
    Powder Spgs               0         0

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Gwinnett County
    Duluth to                 0         0
    Snellville

                            Numerous reports of hail, ranging in
                            size from pennies to quarters, were
                            received from the public. Penny to
                            nickel-sized hail was reported in Duluth,
                            nickel-sized hail in Lawrenceville, and
                            quarter-sized hail in Grayson and
                            Snellville.

  De Kalb County
    Tucker                    0         0

                            The public reported nickel-sized hail.

  Gwinnett County
    Lawrenceville to          0         0
    Snellville

                            Numerous reports of hail, ranging in size
                            from pennies to quarters, were received
                            from the public. Nickel-sized hail was
                            reported in Lawrenceville with quarter-
                            sized hail in Grayson and Snellville.

  Barrow County
    Bethlehem                 0         0

                            The public reported quarter-sized hail.

  Walton County
    Loganville to             0         0
    Monroe

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Oglethorpe County
    Lexington                 0         0

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Oconee County
    Watkinsville              0         0

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Oglethorpe County
    Lexington                 0         0        15K

                            The Oglethorpe Echo of Lexington reported
                            that the Courthouse Clock Tower in
                            downtown Lexington took a direct hit from
                            lightning. Nine computers in the building
                            were destroyed and the building suffered
                            some structural damage as well.

  Oconee County
    Watkinsville              0         0

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Oglethorpe County
    Lexington                 0         0

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Wilkes County
    Washington                0         0        15K

                            The News Reporter of Washington reported
                            that heavy rain pooled on the roof of the
                            Wilkes County Department of Family and
                            Children's Services building. A
                            significant leak developed as a result
                            causing damage to ceiling tiles, carpet,
                            and other equipment. Several offices were
                            flooded.

  Taliaferro County
    5 E Sharon                0         0

                            The public reported penny-sized hail. A
                            few small branches were also blown down.

  Whitfield County
    Dalton                    0         0

                            A trained spotter and cooperative
                            observer for the National Weather
                            Service reported nickel-sized hail.

  Murray County
    Crandall                  0         0

                            The Murray County Fire Department and
                            Rescue Squad reported penny-sized hail.

  Chattooga County
    Trion to                  0         0        150K
    Summerville

                            Several reports of hail ranging in size
                            from quarters to ping pong balls were
                            received from amateur radio operators in
                            both Trion and Summerville. The public
                            reported quarter-sized hail just east of
                            Lyerly.

  Union County
    Blairsville               0         0

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Towns County
    5 S Hiawassee             0         0

                            The Towns County 911 Center reported
                            penny-sized hail.

  White County
    Helen                     0         0

                            The White County 911 Center reported
                            penny-sized hail.

  Gordon County
    Calhoun to                0         0        350K
    Plainville

                            A number of reports were received from
                            amateur radio operators and the public
                            of one to two inch diameter hail.
                            Nickel-sized hail in Calhoun at 519 pm
                            EST, was followed by quarter to half-
                            dollar-sized hail in both Calhoun and
                            Plainville at 527 pm EST, and then golf
                            ball to 2.0 inch diameter hail at 530 pm
                            EST about 4.5 miles south of Calhoun.

  Lumpkin County
    4 N Dahlonega             0         0

                            The Lumpkin County 911 Center reported
                            penny-sized hail.

  Pickens County
    Hinton to                 0         0
    Jasper

                            The public reported nickel to
                            quarter-sized hail.

  Chattooga County
    Menlo to                  0         0
    2 E Lyerly

                            The public reported quarter-sized hail
                            two miles east of Lyerly, while an
                            amateur radio operator reported
                            nickel-sized hail in Menlo.

  Bartow County
    2 N Adairsville to        0         0        1.5M
    Adairsville

                            The public reported hail ranging in size
                            from quarters just north of Adairsville
                            to nearly 2.0 inches in diameter in
                            Adairsville. Extensive damage was
                            reported to vehicles and roofs of homes
                            in the area.

  Dawson County
    Dawsonville               0         0

                            The Dawson County 911 Center reported
                            quarter-sized hail.

  GAZ014
                              0         0         5K

                            The Forsyth County News reported that a
                            man drove his vehicle into flood waters
                            from the Etowah River in the southwest
                            portion of the county within the Dawson
                            Forest Management Area. The man escaped
                            safely from the flood waters, but the
                            vehicle was damaged.

  Floyd County
    Armuchee                  0         0        450K

                            A volunteer student for the National
                            Weather Service reported golf ball-sized
                            hail.

  Floyd County
    Armuchee to               0         0        10K
    Rome

                            The Rome News Tribune reported that
                            thunderstorms winds downed a number of
                            trees across the northern part of the
                            county. Many of the trees fell across
                            power lines causing power outages for
                            around 4300 residents. On Warren Road,
                            a tree fell across a power line and
                            ruptured a natural gas line.

  Floyd County
    Rome                      0         0

                            Several reports of large hail, ranging
                            in size from nickels to silver dollars,
                            were received from the public.

  Cherokee County
    3 W Canton to             0         0        4.5M
    Hickory Flat

                            The Cherokee County Emergency Management
                            Director, along with numerous reports
                            from the public, confirmed that a wide
                            swath of large and very damaging hail
                            fell across much of the central portion
                            of Cherokee county from three miles west
                            of Canton to Hickory Flat, southeast of
                            Canton. There were many reports of hail
                            better than 2.0 inches in diameter, with
                            measured hail stones of 2.75 inches from
                            residents along Georgia Highway 140 near
                            Lower Bums Road in Canton. So much large
                            hail fell, that even 15 hours after the
                            event, hail still lined some streets in
                            the Canton area. The public works
                            department had to be called out to clear
                            ice from roadways. Extensive damage to
                            roofs, vegetation, and automobiles were
                            reported throughout the area. On Liberty
                            Boulevard in the northern section of
                            Canton, three very large car dealerships
                            reported that their entire inventory had
                            been damaged with damages in this area
                            alone around $3.0 million. Over 100
                            privately owned vehicles were damaged at
                            a Wal Mart parking lot located near this
                            location. The city of Canton Police
                            Department reported damages to their
                            vehicles exceeding $40,000. Total damage
                            estimate to homes, vehicles, and
                            vegetation in the area was $4.5 million.
                            This event ranked as the second most
                            costly hail storm in Cherokee County's
                            history.

  Cobb County
    Acworth to                0         0         5M
    Marietta

                            Numerous reports of large hail were
                            received from the public in Acworth,
                            Kennesaw, and Marietta. Golf ball to
                            tennis ball-sized hail was reported in
                            Acworth, golf ball-sized hail in
                            Kennesaw, and nickel to quarter-sized
                            hail in Marietta. Damage was reported
                            to vehicles and residences.

  Barrow County
    Cartersville              0         0

                            The public reported hail ranging in size
                            from quarters to golf balls. Extensive
                            damage was reported to vehicles and roofs
                            of buildings and homes in the area.

  Bartow County
    Cartersville              0         0         3K

                            The Daily Tribune News of Cartersville
                            reported that thunderstorm winds blew
                            down a few trees in the area. Some power
                            lines were brought down as a result.

  Forsyth County
    Cumming                   0         0        930K

                            The public reported hail ranging in size
                            from pennies to golf balls.

  Cobb County
    Kennesaw to               0         0        500K
    Marietta

                            The Marietta Daily Journal reported that
                            lightning struck and set on fire four
                            homes in the northern portion of the
                            county. Three of the homes suffered
                            major damage.

  Gwinnett County
    Sugar Hill to             0         0        3.9M
    Dacula

                            Numerous reports of large hail, ranging
                            in size from pennies to golf balls, were
                            received from the public in the Buford,
                            Suwanee, and Dacula areas. Penny Sugar
                            Hill, to golf ball-sized hail was
                            reported in Suwance, quarter to golf
                            ball-sized hail in Buford, quarter-sized
                            hail in Sugar Hill, and quarter-sized
                            hail in Dacula.

  Glascock County
    Gibson                    0         0

                            The Glascock County Emergency Management
                            Director reported penny-sized hail.

  Fulton County
    Alpharetta to             0         0
    Ocee

                            The public reported quarter-sized hail
                            in Alpharetta and penny-sized hail in
                            Ocee.

  Barrow County
    2 NE Auburn to            0         0         2K
    3 NW Winder

                            The Barrow County Emergency Management
                            Director reported that lots of pine
                            trees were down near Georgia Highway 211,
                            just south of the city of County Line.

  Barrow County
    1 S Thompsons Mill to     0         0         1M
    Winder

                            Numerous reports of large hail were
                            received from the Barrow County Emergency
                            Management Director, the 911 center, and
                            the public. Most of the hail fell within
                            a narrow area along and near Georgia
                            Highway 211 in the northwest part of the
                            county from near its intersection with
                            Interstate 85 to the city of County Line.
                            The hail accumulated to a significant
                            depth and still reported to be covering
                            the roads several hours after the storm
                            had passed.

  Barrow County
    Auburn to                 0         0         2K
    Winder

                            The Gwinett Daily Post of Lawrenceville
                            reported that lightning struck two homes
                            in western Barrow county causing just
                            minor damage. No fire resulted.

  Cherokee County
    2 SSW Payne               0         0

                            The Cherokee County Emergency Manager
                            reported penny-sized hail in the extreme
                            southwest corner of the county near the
                            intersection of Interstate-75 and
                            Georgia Highway 92.

GEORGIA, North and Central

  Gwinnett County
    Norcross to               0         0         5M
    Buford

                            The Gwinnett County SkyWam coordinator
                            reported golf ball-sized hail in Lilburn.
                            The public reported nickel-sized hail in
                            the eastern portions of Norcross/western
                            portions of Lilbum near Interstate-85.
                            The Gwinnett Daily-Post reported that 90
                            percent of the vehicles parked at the
                            Mall of Georgia were damaged by the hail.

  Bartow County
    Adairsville               0         0

                            An amateur radio operator reported
                            quarter-sized hail.

  Clarke County
    Athens to                 0         0
    8 W Athens

                            The public reported nickel to quarter-
                            sized hail from the western portion of
                            Clarke county across the Oconee border
                            from Bogart to Athens.

  De Kalb County
    Chamblee to               0         0
    Decatur

                            The public reported quarter and half-
                            dollar-sized hail in Tucker, a storm
                            spotter reported nickel-sized hail in
                            Decatur, and the public reported penny-
                            sized hail near the DeKalb-Peachtree
                            Airport.

  Walton County
    Monroe                    0         0        25K

                            The Walton Tribune reported that
                            lightning caused damage at one of the
                            Walton EMC distribution centers. Two
                            transformers were destroyed and damage
                            was caused to other electrical equipment
                            at the facility.

  Fulton County
    Sandy Spgs                0         0

                            The public reported quarter-sized hail.

  Washington County
    Sandersville              0         0

                            The Washington County 911 Center reported
                            penny-sized hail.

  Cherokee County
    Sutallee                  0         0

                            The Cherokee County Emergency Management
                            Director reported penny-sized hail in far
                            southwest Cherokee county near the Bartow
                            county line.

  Oconee County
    Farmington                0         0

                            The Oconee County 911 Center reported
                            penny-sized hail.

  Gwinnett County
    Snellville to             0         0
    Centerville

                            The coordinator for the Gwinnett County
                            SkyWarn reported golf ball-sized hail
                            five miles southwest of Snellville near
                            the intersection of Georgia Highway 29
                            and Pleasant Hill Road. The public
                            reported penny to quarter-sized hail in
                            Snellville and another storm spotter
                            reported quarter-sized hail in
                            Centerville.

  De Kalb County
    Druid Hills               0         0        4.6M

                            An employee of the DeKalb County Water
                            Department reported that hail ranging in
                            size from pennies to greater than golf
                            ball, on the order of 2.0 inches in
                            diameter fell.

  Morgan County
    Bostwick                  0         0       0.50K

                            The Morgan County 911 Center reported
                            that a few trees were blown down.

  Oglethorpe County
    Crawford to               0         0
    Lexington

                            The Oglethorpe County 911 Center
                            reported quarter-sized hail in
                            Crawford. The public reported
                            nickel-sized hail in Lexington.

  Gwinnett County
    Centerville               0         0

                            The public reported quarter-sized
                            hail.

  Rockdale County
    Conyers                   0         0        550K

                            The public reported golf ball-sized
                            hail.

  Wilkes County
    Rayle                     0         0        25K

                            The Wilkes County Sherrif's Department
                            reported half-dollar-sized hail in the
                            Sardis Road area. Some vehicle damage
                            was reported in the area.

  Wilkes County
    Rayle                     0         0         1K

                            The Wilkes County Sheriff's Department
                            reported that several large trees
                            limbs were down in the Rayle area
                            blocking some secondary roads.

  Cobb County
    Austell                   0         0         1K

                            The Austell Fire Department reported
                            that a few trees were down in the
                            city.

  Oglethorpe County
    Philomath                 0         0

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Walton County
    Loganville                0         0

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Taliaferro County
    Sharon                    0         0

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Newton County
    2 NNE Dialtown            0         0

                            The public reported quarter-sized
                            hail between Oxford near Flint Hill
                            or about halfway between Oxford in
                            Newton county and Walnut Grove in
                            Walton county.

  Walton County
    Monroe                    0         0

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  De Kalb County
    North Atlanta             0         0

                            The public reported nickel-sized hail
                            on the northeast side of Atlanta.
  Fulton County
    3 NNE Atlanta             0         0

                            Officials at Atlanta's Piedmont Park
                            reported penny-sized hail.

  Warren County
    Cadley                    0         0

                            The Norwood Post Office relayed
                            reports of hail from the Cadley
                            area. A local business reported
                            nickel-sized hail in the area.

  Morgan County
    Bostwick                  0         0        1.5K

                            The Morgan County 911 Center reported
                            that several trees were blown down
                            across the north end of the county.

  Rockdale County
    Conyers                   0         0

                            The public reported quarter-sized hail.

  Newton County
    Covington                 0         0

                            A trained spotter with the Covington
                            Police Department reported penny-sized
                            hail.

  Greene County
    Greensboro                0         0

                            The public reported quarter-sized
                            hail.

  Washington County
    Sandersville              0         0       0.50K

                            The Washington County Emergency
                            Management Director reported that
                            one tree was blown down onto a
                            power line.

  Carroll County
    Carrollton                0         0

                            The public reported nickel-sized
                            hail.

  Putnam County
    4 E Rudden                0         0

                            The Putnam County Sheriff reported
                            golf ball-sized hail in the Lake
                            Oconee area.

  Fayette County
    Peachtree City            0         0

                            The public reported quarter-sized
                            hail in the northern sections of
                            Peachtree City in the Kelly Drive
                            area, while amateur radio operators
                            reported nickel-sized hail in similar
                            areas.

  Coweta County
    3 W Newnan to             0         0
    Newnan

                            Several reports were received from
                            the public of nickel to quarter-sized
                            hail. Minor damage to vehicles was
                            reported. In addition, a Ford Dealer
                            in Newnan reported that the hail
                            damaged the side of an outbuilding.

  Troup County
    West Pt                   0         0

                            The public reported quarter-sized
                            hail.

  Haralson County
    Bremen                    0         0

                            The Haralson County 911 Center
                            reported nickel-sized hail.

  Heard County
    2 N Cooksville            0         0

                            The public reported penny-sized
                            hail.

  Coweta County
      3 E Newnan to           0         0        100K
    Senoia

                            The public reported golf ball-sized
                            hail in Senoia, half-dollar-sized
                            hail just east of Newnan, and
                            nickel-sized hail in Sharpsburg.

  Fayette County
    3 S Peachtree City to     0         0
    2 E Peachtree City

                            The public reported quarter-sized
                            hail near Georgia Highway 54 just
                            east of the Peachtree City city
                            limits. Employees at the National
                            Weather Service Forecast Office on
                            the south side of Peachtree City
                            observed penny-sized hail.

  Harris County
    Pine Mtn                  0         0

                            The public reported penny-sized
                            hail.

  Henry County
    5 WSW Mc Donough          0         0

                            The public reported penny-sized hail
                            near Georgia Highway 81 west of
                            McDonough.

KENTUCKY, Eastern

  KYZ088-118                  0         0         0         0

                            This snow event actually ended during
                            the afternoon and evening of March 1,
                            2005. A strong low pressure system
                            moving up the east coast joined
                            forces with an upper level low
                            pressure area, and its associated
                            surface cold front moving in from
                            the plains, to produce a significant
                            snow event for the the higher
                            elevations of eastern Kentucky. The
                            coastal low brought cold Canadian
                            air southward into eastern Kentucky,
                            while the low moving in from the
                            west drew warm, moist air northward
                            from the Gulf of Mexico. Initially,
                            all the precipitation was rain, but
                            early on February 28, the temperatures
                            dropped enough for the precipitation
                            to change over to all snow. Pine
                            Mountain ended up with 4" of snow,
                            while Black Mountain came in with
                            the highest snowfall total of 14".

LOUISIANA, Southwest

  Acadia Parish
    7 SE Crowley              0         0

MARYLAND, South

  MDZ021>025

                              0         0

                            One to three inches of snow fell
                            across the Lower Maryland Eastern
                            Shore. The snow produced very slippery
                            roadways, which resulted in numerous
                            accidents. The highest snow amounts
                            were reported in Fruitland in Wicomico
                            county 3", Salisbury in Wicomico
                            county 3", Vienna in Dorchester
                            county 2.8", Cambridge in Dorchester
                            county 2.5", Deal Island in Somerset
                            county 2.3", and Pocomokc City in
                            Worcester county 2".

PUERTO RICO

  PRZ003-006>007-9011
                              0         0       1.2M

                            Many municipalities in Puerto Rico
                            were affected by frequent brushfires
                            during the month due to the drough
                            conditions that affected the region.
                            The mos affected municipalities
                            were Arroyo, Guayama, Patillas,
                            Salinas, Santa Isabel, Coamo,
                            Adjuntas, Guanica, Guayanilla,
                            Jayuya, Juana Diaz, Pefluelas,
                            Ponce, Villalba, Yauco, Cabo Rojo,
                            Hormigueros, Lajas, Mayaguez,
                            Sabana Grande and San German.

SOUTH CAROLINA, South Coastal

  SCZ047>050

                              0         0

                            A deep low pressure system moved
                            along the southeast coast on the
                            evening of the 27th. Strong onshore
                            flow created high surf conditions
                            around high tide. These conditions
                            caused moderate beach erosion and
                            coastal flooding along the southeast
                            South Carolina coast. Several roads
                            that crossed tidal creeks were
                            flooded around high tide. Damage
                            occurred to the dock at the
                            Charleston Harbor Marina due to
                            high water levels. The most
                            significant impact occurred at Edisto
                            Beach, where water washed over the
                            dunes and onto a roadway. Also,
                            several homes were condemned in
                            Edisto Beach because the sand which
                            provided a foundation was washed
                            away.

WISCONSIN, Northwest

  WIZ004
                              0         0

                            Six to eight inches of lake effect
                            snow fell in the Hurley area.

Location                    Character of Storm

AMERICAN SAMOA

  ASZ002
                            Heavy Surf/High Surf

                            Southeast swells of 5 to 7 feet
                            generated by Tropical Cyclone Meena far
                            east of Tutuila produced surf heights
                            of 10 to 14 feet along southeast facing
                            shores of Tutuila and Manu'a. No injury
                            reported.

  ASZ003
                            Hurricane/Typhoon

                            Hurricane Olaf, a Category 5, had
                            sustained maximum winds of "160 mph and
                            gusts to 190 mph. Waves up to 40 feet
                            high hit some islands." Olaf made
                            landfall over Manu'a Islands, causing
                            severe damages to homes, crops, and
                            highways on February 16th. Vicious surf
                            associated with Hurricane Olaf erroded
                            a highway in Tau village, also storm
                            surge of 8 to 12 feet reached
                            residential homes within 300 to 400
                            feet from shore. Large coral rocks were
                            piled in homes and a village church as
                            a result of a storm surge near
                            northeast facing shores. There were no
                            injuries reported.

  ASZ002
                            Strong Wind

                            During Hurricane Olaf, the Weather
                            Service Office in Tafuna recorded
                            maximum winds of 44 mph with gusts to
                            50 mph between February 15th and 16th.
                            Rooftops of less than 10 homes in
                            Tutuila were damaged by Hurricane Olaf.
                            No injuries reported.

  ASZ003
                            Heavy Surf/High Surf

                            A 68-foot vessel was afloat within 50
                            miles north of Manu'a, "disabled with
                            no steering wheel but had power." The
                            crew member were not injured by high
                            swells generated by Hurricane Olaf.

                            The Associated Press reported a vessel
                            sank on February 16th in "50-foot waves
                            and 120 mph winds about 95 miles north
                            of American Samoa and the four rescued
                            crew members were on a life raft when
                            they were found."

                            There were reports about other missing
                            vessels based in Western Samoa, but
                            were later found by Coast Guards and
                            Rescue Team from New Zealand. No death
                            reported.

  ASZ001
                            Hurricane/Typhoon

                            Tropical Cyclone Percy was a Category 2
                            when it pass Swains Island between the
                            26th and the 27th. A Hurricane Warning,
                            A High Surf Warning and a Flood Watch
                            were issued for the Island of Swains
                            between February 24 through the 27th.

                            "Of the 9 buildings on the island, only
                            3 survived Percy including the
                            Government Building where the people
                            took shelter during the storm. The
                            island was largely overflooded by the
                            storm surge, and there is very heavy
                            damage to gardens, trees and plants
                            with debris strewn throughout."

                            No injuries reported.

  ASZ002>003
                            Heavy Surf/High Surf

                            Large swells generated by Tropical
                            Cyclone Percy pummeled east and south
                            facing shores of Tutuila and Manu'a
                            Islands. No injuries reported.

CONNECTICUT, Southern

  CTZ005>008-011>012
                            Heavy Snow

                            With a cold high pressure system north
                            of the region, a low pressure system
                            developed off the North Carolina coast
                            during Thursday, February 24th. This
                            low intensified as it moved northeast,
                            passing across the offshore waters
                            southeast of Long Island during
                            Thursday night.

                            Light snow developed across the region
                            between 5 pm and 7 pm Thursday
                            evening, February 24th. Widespread
                            moderate to heavy snow fell between 7
                            pm and 4 am, ending from northwest to
                            southeast. Storm total snowfall amounts
                            ranged from 5 to 10 inches. Here are
                            selected snowfall amounts for:

                            Northern Fairfield County - from 5.5
                            inches at New Fairfield to 6.6 inches
                            at Shelton and Danbury. In Bridgeport,
                            5.0 inches was measured.

                            Northern New Haven County - from 6.0
                            inches at Southbury, North Branford,
                            and Meriden to 6.5 inches at North
                            Haven.

                            Middlesex County - 9.5 inches was
                            measured at Haddam and Old Saybrook.

                            New London County - from 5.5 inches at
                            Lisbon to 10.5 inches at Voluntown.

FLORIDA, West Central

  FLZ042-048
                            Frost/Freeze

                            A cold front moved through the area,
                            bringing two to four hours of freezing
                            temperatures across portions of
                            northern Florida. The minimum
                            temperature of 29 degrees was observed
                            at Brooksville.

  FLZ039-042>043-048
                            Frost/Freeze

                            High pressure settled over the region
                            in the wake of a cold front that moved
                            through the area the previous day. The
                            light winds allowed temperatures to
                            fall to around 30 in most locations,
                            with a minimum of 26 degrees in
                            Brooksville.

GEORGIA, North and Central

  Cherokee County
    5 NE Waleska            Hail (0.75)

                            A storm spotter reported penny-sized
                            hail.

  Walker County
    Countywide              Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                            The Walker County Road Department
                            reported that a few trees were down
                            throughout the county.

  Dade County
    Trenton                 Thunderstorm Wind (G39)

                            The Dade County 911 Center reported
                            that one tree was blown down. In
                            additon, they also reported pea-sized
                            hail.

  Cobb County
    Kennesaw                Hail (0.75)

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Dawson County
    Dawsonville             Lightning

                            The Dawson News & Advertiser
                            reported that lightning struck and
                            destroyed a $600,000 home in the
                            Ridgeview community.

  Murray County
    Eton                    Hail (0.75)

                            A storm spotter for the National Weather
                            Service reported penny-sized hail. Wind
                            gusts were also estimated at 65 mph.

  Gilmer County
    Ellijay                 Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                            The public reported that several trees
                            were blown down in the Ellijay area.

  Fannin County
    Blue Ridge              Hail (0.75)

                            The Fannin County 911 Center reported
                            penny-sized hail.

  Gwinnett County
    Duluth                  Hail (0.75)

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Gilmer County
    Ellijay                 Hail (0.88)

                            The Gilmer County 911 Center reported
                            nickel-sized hail.

  Cobb County
    Powder Spgs             Hail (0.75)

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Gwinnett County
    Duluth to               Hail (1.00)
    Snellville

                            Numerous reports of hail, ranging in
                            size from pennies to quarters, were
                            received from the public. Penny to
                            nickel-sized hail was reported in Duluth,
                            nickel-sized hail in Lawrenceville, and
                            quarter-sized hail in Grayson and
                            Snellville.

  De Kalb County
    Tucker                  Hail (0.88)

                            The public reported nickel-sized hail.

  Gwinnett County
    Lawrenceville to        Hail (1.00)
    Snellville

                            Numerous reports of hail, ranging in size
                            from pennies to quarters, were received
                            from the public. Nickel-sized hail was
                            reported in Lawrenceville with quarter-
                            sized hail in Grayson and Snellville.

  Barrow County
    Bethlehem               Hail (1.00)

                            The public reported quarter-sized hail.

  Walton County
    Loganville to           Hail (0.75)
    Monroe

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Oglethorpe County
    Lexington               Hail (0.75)

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Oconee County
    Watkinsville            Hail (0.75)

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Oglethorpe County
    Lexington               Lightning

                            The Oglethorpe Echo of Lexington reported
                            that the Courthouse Clock Tower in
                            downtown Lexington took a direct hit from
                            lightning. Nine computers in the building
                            were destroyed and the building suffered
                            some structural damage as well.

  Oconee County
    Watkinsville            Hail (0.75)

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Oglethorpe County
    Lexington               Hail (0.75)

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Wilkes County
    Washington              Heavy Rain

                            The News Reporter of Washington reported
                            that heavy rain pooled on the roof of the
                            Wilkes County Department of Family and
                            Children's Services building. A
                            significant leak developed as a result
                            causing damage to ceiling tiles, carpet,
                            and other equipment. Several offices were
                            flooded.

  Taliaferro County
    5 E Sharon              Hail (0.75)

                            The public reported penny-sized hail. A
                            few small branches were also blown down.

  Whitfield County
    Dalton                  Hail (0.88)

                            A trained spotter and cooperative
                            observer for the National Weather
                            Service reported nickel-sized hail.

  Murray County
    Crandall                Hail (0.75)

                            The Murray County Fire Department and
                            Rescue Squad reported penny-sized hail.

  Chattooga County
    Trion to                Hail (1.50)
    Summerville

                            Several reports of hail ranging in size
                            from quarters to ping pong balls were
                            received from amateur radio operators in
                            both Trion and Summerville. The public
                            reported quarter-sized hail just east of
                            Lyerly.

  Union County
    Blairsville             Hail (0.75)

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Towns County
    5 S Hiawassee           Hail (0.75)

                            The Towns County 911 Center reported
                            penny-sized hail.

  White County
    Helen                   Hail (0.75)

                            The White County 911 Center reported
                            penny-sized hail.

  Gordon County
    Calhoun to              Hail (2.00)
    Plainville

                            A number of reports were received from
                            amateur radio operators and the public
                            of one to two inch diameter hail.
                            Nickel-sized hail in Calhoun at 519 pm
                            EST, was followed by quarter to half-
                            dollar-sized hail in both Calhoun and
                            Plainville at 527 pm EST, and then golf
                            ball to 2.0 inch diameter hail at 530 pm
                            EST about 4.5 miles south of Calhoun.

  Lumpkin County
    4 N Dahlonega           Hail (0.75)

                            The Lumpkin County 911 Center reported
                            penny-sized hail.

  Pickens County
    Hinton to               Hail (1.00)
    Jasper

                            The public reported nickel to
                            quarter-sized hail.

  Chattooga County
    Menlo to                Hail (1.00)
    2 E Lyerly

                            The public reported quarter-sized hail
                            two miles east of Lyerly, while an
                            amateur radio operator reported
                            nickel-sized hail in Menlo.

  Bartow County
    2 N Adairsville to      Hail (2.00)
    Adairsville

                            The public reported hail ranging in size
                            from quarters just north of Adairsville
                            to nearly 2.0 inches in diameter in
                            Adairsville. Extensive damage was
                            reported to vehicles and roofs of homes
                            in the area.

  Dawson County
    Dawsonville             Hail (1.00)

                            The Dawson County 911 Center reported
                            quarter-sized hail.

  GAZ014
                            Flood

                            The Forsyth County News reported that a
                            man drove his vehicle into flood waters
                            from the Etowah River in the southwest
                            portion of the county within the Dawson
                            Forest Management Area. The man escaped
                            safely from the flood waters, but the
                            vehicle was damaged.

  Floyd County
    Armuchee                Hail (1.75)

                            A volunteer student for the National
                            Weather Service reported golf ball-sized
                            hail.

  Floyd County
    Armuchee to             Thunderstorm Wind (G50)
    Rome

                            The Rome News Tribune reported that
                            thunderstorms winds downed a number of
                            trees across the northern part of the
                            county. Many of the trees fell across
                            power lines causing power outages for
                            around 4300 residents. On Warren Road,
                            a tree fell across a power line and
                            ruptured a natural gas line.

  Floyd County
    Rome                    Hail (1.25)

                            Several reports of large hail, ranging
                            in size from nickels to silver dollars,
                            were received from the public.

  Cherokee County
    3 W Canton to           Hail (2.75)
    Hickory Flat

                            The Cherokee County Emergency Management
                            Director, along with numerous reports
                            from the public, confirmed that a wide
                            swath of large and very damaging hail
                            fell across much of the central portion
                            of Cherokee county from three miles west
                            of Canton to Hickory Flat, southeast of
                            Canton. There were many reports of hail
                            better than 2.0 inches in diameter, with
                            measured hail stones of 2.75 inches from
                            residents along Georgia Highway 140 near
                            Lower Bums Road in Canton. So much large
                            hail fell, that even 15 hours after the
                            event, hail still lined some streets in
                            the Canton area. The public works
                            department had to be called out to clear
                            ice from roadways. Extensive damage to
                            roofs, vegetation, and automobiles were
                            reported throughout the area. On Liberty
                            Boulevard in the northern section of
                            Canton, three very large car dealerships
                            reported that their entire inventory had
                            been damaged with damages in this area
                            alone around $3.0 million. Over 100
                            privately owned vehicles were damaged at
                            a Wal Mart parking lot located near this
                            location. The city of Canton Police
                            Department reported damages to their
                            vehicles exceeding $40,000. Total damage
                            estimate to homes, vehicles, and
                            vegetation in the area was $4.5 million.
                            This event ranked as the second most
                            costly hail storm in Cherokee County's
                            history.

  Cobb County
    Acworth to              Hail (2.50)
    Marietta

                            Numerous reports of large hail were
                            received from the public in Acworth,
                            Kennesaw, and Marietta. Golf ball to
                            tennis ball-sized hail was reported in
                            Acworth, golf ball-sized hail in
                            Kennesaw, and nickel to quarter-sized
                            hail in Marietta. Damage was reported
                            to vehicles and residences.

  Barrow County
    Cartersville            Hail (1.75)

                            The public reported hail ranging in size
                            from quarters to golf balls. Extensive
                            damage was reported to vehicles and roofs
                            of buildings and homes in the area.

  Bartow County
    Cartersville            Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                            The Daily Tribune News of Cartersville
                            reported that thunderstorm winds blew
                            down a few trees in the area. Some power
                            lines were brought down as a result.

  Forsyth County
    Cumming                 Hail (1.75)

                            The public reported hail ranging in size
                            from pennies to golf balls.

  Cobb County
    Kennesaw to             Lightning
    Marietta

                            The Marietta Daily Journal reported that
                            lightning struck and set on fire four
                            homes in the northern portion of the
                            county. Three of the homes suffered
                            major damage.

  Gwinnett County
    Sugar Hill to           Hail (1.75)
    Dacula

                            Numerous reports of large hail, ranging
                            in size from pennies to golf balls, were
                            received from the public in the Buford,
                            Suwanee, and Dacula areas. Penny Sugar
                            Hill, to golf ball-sized hail was
                            reported in Suwance, quarter to golf
                            ball-sized hail in Buford, quarter-sized
                            hail in Sugar Hill, and quarter-sized
                            hail in Dacula.

  Glascock County
    Gibson                  Hail (0.75)

                            The Glascock County Emergency Management
                            Director reported penny-sized hail.

  Fulton County
    Alpharetta to           Hail (1.00)
    Ocee

                            The public reported quarter-sized hail
                            in Alpharetta and penny-sized hail in
                            Ocee.

  Barrow County
    2 NE Auburn to          Thunderstorm Wind (G50)
    3 NW Winder

                            The Barrow County Emergency Management
                            Director reported that lots of pine
                            trees were down near Georgia Highway 211,
                            just south of the city of County Line.

  Barrow County
    1 S Thompsons Mill to   Hail (2.00)
    Winder

                            Numerous reports of large hail were
                            received from the Barrow County Emergency
                            Management Director, the 911 center, and
                            the public. Most of the hail fell within
                            a narrow area along and near Georgia
                            Highway 211 in the northwest part of the
                            county from near its intersection with
                            Interstate 85 to the city of County Line.
                            The hail accumulated to a significant
                            depth and still reported to be covering
                            the roads several hours after the storm
                            had passed.

  Barrow County
    Auburn to               Lightning
    Winder

                            The Gwinett Daily Post of Lawrenceville
                            reported that lightning struck two homes
                            in western Barrow county causing just
                            minor damage. No fire resulted.

  Cherokee County
    2 SSW Payne             Hail (0.75)

                            The Cherokee County Emergency Manager
                            reported penny-sized hail in the extreme
                            southwest corner of the county near the
                            intersection of Interstate-75 and
                            Georgia Highway 92.

GEORGIA, North and Central

  Gwinnett County
    Norcross to             Hail (1.75)
    Buford

                            The Gwinnett County SkyWam coordinator
                            reported golf ball-sized hail in Lilburn.
                            The public reported nickel-sized hail in
                            the eastern portions of Norcross/western
                            portions of Lilbum near Interstate-85.
                            The Gwinnett Daily-Post reported that 90
                            percent of the vehicles parked at the
                            Mall of Georgia were damaged by the hail.

  Bartow County
    Adairsville             Hail (1.00)

                            An amateur radio operator reported
                            quarter-sized hail.

  Clarke County
    Athens to               Hail (1.00)
    8 W Athens

                            The public reported nickel to quarter-
                            sized hail from the western portion of
                            Clarke county across the Oconee border
                            from Bogart to Athens.

  De Kalb County
    Chamblee to             Hail (1.25)
    Decatur

                            The public reported quarter and half-
                            dollar-sized hail in Tucker, a storm
                            spotter reported nickel-sized hail in
                            Decatur, and the public reported penny-
                            sized hail near the DeKalb-Peachtree
                            Airport.

  Walton County
    Monroe                  Lightning

                            The Walton Tribune reported that
                            lightning caused damage at one of the
                            Walton EMC distribution centers. Two
                            transformers were destroyed and damage
                            was caused to other electrical equipment
                            at the facility.

  Fulton County
    Sandy Spgs              Hail (1.00)

                            The public reported quarter-sized hail.

  Washington County
    Sandersville            Hail (0.75)

                            The Washington County 911 Center reported
                            penny-sized hail.

  Cherokee County
    Sutallee                Hail (0.75)

                            The Cherokee County Emergency Management
                            Director reported penny-sized hail in far
                            southwest Cherokee county near the Bartow
                            county line.

  Oconee County
    Farmington              Hail (0.75)

                            The Oconee County 911 Center reported
                            penny-sized hail.

  Gwinnett County
    Snellville to           Hail (1.75)
    Centerville

                            The coordinator for the Gwinnett County
                            SkyWarn reported golf ball-sized hail
                            five miles southwest of Snellville near
                            the intersection of Georgia Highway 29
                            and Pleasant Hill Road. The public
                            reported penny to quarter-sized hail in
                            Snellville and another storm spotter
                            reported quarter-sized hail in
                            Centerville.

  De Kalb County
    Druid Hills             Hail (2.00)

                            An employee of the DeKalb County Water
                            Department reported that hail ranging in
                            size from pennies to greater than golf
                            ball, on the order of 2.0 inches in
                            diameter fell.

  Morgan County
    Bostwick                Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                            The Morgan County 911 Center reported
                            that a few trees were blown down.

  Oglethorpe County
    Crawford to             Hail (1.00)
    Lexington

                            The Oglethorpe County 911 Center
                            reported quarter-sized hail in
                            Crawford. The public reported
                            nickel-sized hail in Lexington.

  Gwinnett County
    Centerville             Hail (1.00)

                            The public reported quarter-sized
                            hail.

  Rockdale County
    Conyers                 Hail (1.75)

                            The public reported golf ball-sized
                            hail.

  Wilkes County
    Rayle                   Hail (1.25)

                            The Wilkes County Sherrif's Department
                            reported half-dollar-sized hail in the
                            Sardis Road area. Some vehicle damage
                            was reported in the area.

  Wilkes County
    Rayle                   Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                            The Wilkes County Sheriff's Department
                            reported that several large trees
                            limbs were down in the Rayle area
                            blocking some secondary roads.

  Cobb County
    Austell                 Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                            The Austell Fire Department reported
                            that a few trees were down in the
                            city.

  Oglethorpe County
    Philomath               Hail (0.75)

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Walton County
    Loganville              Hail (0.75)

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Taliaferro County
    Sharon                  Hail (0.75)

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Newton County
    2 NNE Dialtown          Hail (1.00)

                            The public reported quarter-sized
                            hail between Oxford near Flint Hill
                            or about halfway between Oxford in
                            Newton county and Walnut Grove in
                            Walton county.

  Walton County
    Monroe                  Hail (0.75)

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  De Kalb County
    North Atlanta           Hail (0.88)

                            The public reported nickel-sized hail
                            on the northeast side of Atlanta.
  Fulton County
    3 NNE Atlanta           Hail (0.75)

                            Officials at Atlanta's Piedmont Park
                            reported penny-sized hail.

  Warren County
    Cadley                  Hail (0.88)

                            The Norwood Post Office relayed
                            reports of hail from the Cadley
                            area. A local business reported
                            nickel-sized hail in the area.

  Morgan County
    Bostwick                Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                            The Morgan County 911 Center reported
                            that several trees were blown down
                            across the north end of the county.

  Rockdale County
    Conyers                 Hail (1.00)

                            The public reported quarter-sized hail.

  Newton County
    Covington               Hail (0.75)

                            A trained spotter with the Covington
                            Police Department reported penny-sized
                            hail.

  Greene County
    Greensboro              Hail (1.00)

                            The public reported quarter-sized
                            hail.

  Washington County
    Sandersville            Thunderstorm Wind (G39)

                            The Washington County Emergency
                            Management Director reported that
                            one tree was blown down onto a
                            power line.

  Carroll County
    Carrollton              Hail (0.88)

                            The public reported nickel-sized
                            hail.

  Putnam County
    4 E Rudden              Hail (1.75)

                            The Putnam County Sheriff reported
                            golf ball-sized hail in the Lake
                            Oconee area.

  Fayette County
    Peachtree City          Hail (1.00)

                            The public reported quarter-sized
                            hail in the northern sections of
                            Peachtree City in the Kelly Drive
                            area, while amateur radio operators
                            reported nickel-sized hail in similar
                            areas.

  Coweta County
    3 W Newnan to           Hail (1.00)
    Newnan

                            Several reports were received from
                            the public of nickel to quarter-sized
                            hail. Minor damage to vehicles was
                            reported. In addition, a Ford Dealer
                            in Newnan reported that the hail
                            damaged the side of an outbuilding.

  Troup County
    West Pt                 Hail (1.00)

                            The public reported quarter-sized
                            hail.

  Haralson County
    Bremen                  Hail (0.88)

                            The Haralson County 911 Center
                            reported nickel-sized hail.

  Heard County
    2 N Cooksville          Hail (0.75)

                            The public reported penny-sized
                            hail.

  Coweta County
      3 E Newnan to         Hail (1.75)
    Senoia

                            The public reported golf ball-sized
                            hail in Senoia, half-dollar-sized
                            hail just east of Newnan, and
                            nickel-sized hail in Sharpsburg.

  Fayette County
    3 S Peachtree City to   Hail (1.00)
    2 E Peachtree City

                            The public reported quarter-sized
                            hail near Georgia Highway 54 just
                            east of the Peachtree City city
                            limits. Employees at the National
                            Weather Service Forecast Office on
                            the south side of Peachtree City
                            observed penny-sized hail.

  Harris County
    Pine Mtn                Hail (0.75)

                            The public reported penny-sized
                            hail.

  Henry County
    5 WSW Mc Donough        Hail (0.75)

                            The public reported penny-sized hail
                            near Georgia Highway 81 west of
                            McDonough.

KENTUCKY, Eastern

  KYZ088-118                Heavy Snow

                            This snow event actually ended during
                            the afternoon and evening of March 1,
                            2005. A strong low pressure system
                            moving up the east coast joined
                            forces with an upper level low
                            pressure area, and its associated
                            surface cold front moving in from
                            the plains, to produce a significant
                            snow event for the the higher
                            elevations of eastern Kentucky. The
                            coastal low brought cold Canadian
                            air southward into eastern Kentucky,
                            while the low moving in from the
                            west drew warm, moist air northward
                            from the Gulf of Mexico. Initially,
                            all the precipitation was rain, but
                            early on February 28, the temperatures
                            dropped enough for the precipitation
                            to change over to all snow. Pine
                            Mountain ended up with 4" of snow,
                            while Black Mountain came in with
                            the highest snowfall total of 14".

LOUISIANA, Southwest

  Acadia Parish
    7 SE Crowley            Hail (1.75)

MARYLAND, South

  MDZ021>025

                            Winter Weather/Mix

                            One to three inches of snow fell
                            across the Lower Maryland Eastern
                            Shore. The snow produced very slippery
                            roadways, which resulted in numerous
                            accidents. The highest snow amounts
                            were reported in Fruitland in Wicomico
                            county 3", Salisbury in Wicomico
                            county 3", Vienna in Dorchester
                            county 2.8", Cambridge in Dorchester
                            county 2.5", Deal Island in Somerset
                            county 2.3", and Pocomokc City in
                            Worcester county 2".

PUERTO RICO

  PRZ003-006>007-9011

                            Wildfire

                            Many municipalities in Puerto Rico
                            were affected by frequent brushfires
                            during the month due to the drough
                            conditions that affected the region.
                            The mos affected municipalities
                            were Arroyo, Guayama, Patillas,
                            Salinas, Santa Isabel, Coamo,
                            Adjuntas, Guanica, Guayanilla,
                            Jayuya, Juana Diaz, Pefluelas,
                            Ponce, Villalba, Yauco, Cabo Rojo,
                            Hormigueros, Lajas, Mayaguez,
                            Sabana Grande and San German.

SOUTH CAROLINA, South Coastal

  SCZ047>050

                            Heavy Surf/High Surf

                            A deep low pressure system moved
                            along the southeast coast on the
                            evening of the 27th. Strong onshore
                            flow created high surf conditions
                            around high tide. These conditions
                            caused moderate beach erosion and
                            coastal flooding along the southeast
                            South Carolina coast. Several roads
                            that crossed tidal creeks were
                            flooded around high tide. Damage
                            occurred to the dock at the
                            Charleston Harbor Marina due to
                            high water levels. The most
                            significant impact occurred at Edisto
                            Beach, where water washed over the
                            dunes and onto a roadway. Also,
                            several homes were condemned in
                            Edisto Beach because the sand which
                            provided a foundation was washed
                            away.

WISCONSIN, Northwest

  WIZ004
                            Heavy Snow

                            Six to eight inches of lake effect
                            snow fell in the Hurley area.

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