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January 2005

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

ARKANSAS, Southwest

  Union County
    Junction City to        12     2325CST       24       900
      3 NE Lawson                  2355CST

                            The tornado that moved through
                            Claiborne Parish Louisiana moved
                            northeast into Union County Arkansas.
                            The tornado first struck the community
                            of Junction City, Arkansas just north
                            of the Arkansas, Louisiana state line.
                            From the area surveyed, the tornado was
                            on the ground continuously from
                            touchdown to end. For the early part of
                            the track, the damage was confined to
                            minor damage to homes with numerous
                            trees downed from Junction City to near
                            Tatum Rd approximately 8 miles south of
                            El Dorado. In Junction City, two people
                            were injured when a tree fell on their
                            home as they were in bed. As the
                            tornado approached Tatum Rd, it appears
                            to have intensified significantly while
                            growing wider in its destruction. It
                            was through the area from Tatum Rd,
                            across Hwy 7 and into the vicinity of
                            Rushwood Rd that the storm did its
                            greatest damage. Numerous homes, both
                            mobile and well constructed frame homes
                            were either destroyed or heavily
                            damaged. A number of vehicles were
                            rolled and tossed through the air,
                            landing several yards from their
                            initial location. It was in the area of
                            Tatum Rd through Rushwood Rd that two
                            fatalities occurred, both of them
                            elderly residents. The majority of the
                            injuries also occurred in this area.
                            After leaving the Rushwood Rd area, the
                            storm began to weaken and decreasing in
                            path width. Except for minor structural
                            damage to buildings in Lawson, trees
                            downed or broken was the main damage
                            for the latter part of the track.
                            M83MH, F83MH

GULF OF MEXICO

  Sw Pass Of The Ms R
  To Atchafalaya R La
  Out 20Nm
    20 S Venice             13     0808CST

  Lake Ponchartrain
  And Lake Maurepas
    Mid Lke Pontchartrain   13     0815CST

  Lake Ponchartrain
  And Lake Maurepas
    Mid Lke Pontchartrain   13     0930CST

  Sw Pass Of The Ms R
  To Atchafalaya R La
  Out 20Nm
    Grand Isle              13     0956CST

  Pascagoula Ms To Sw
  Pass Of Ms R 20 To
  60Nm
    45 E Venice             13     1308CST

LOUISIANA, Northwest

  Bossier Parish
    8 SE Bossier City       12     2215CST

                            Trees were blown down.

  Webster Parish
    Dixie Inn               12     2225CST

  Webster Parish
    6 NE Minden             12     2235CST

  Claiborne Parish
    5 SW Homer to           12     2258CST       15       250
    5 E Homer                      2315CST

                            The tornado first touched down one mile
                            east of the community of Langston.
                            Trees were blown over and snapped off.
                            The tornado was rated a low end F1 at
                            this location. The tornado tracked
                            northeast along Harris Rd for one mile
                            where a mobile home was destroyed. The
                            tornado was rated a low end F2 at this
                            location. Other homes sustained minor
                            roof damage. The tornado tracked
                            northeast and caused minor to moderate
                            roof damage at Moreland Rd. and Simpson
                            Loop. This location was 3.5 miles south
                            of Homer, Louisiana. The tornado was
                            rated an F1 at this location. The
                            tornado continued to the northeast one
                            mile to Powell Rd. where a mobile home
                            was completely destroyed. Other minor
                            roof damage to a few homes occurred.
                            Numerous trees were snapped off. The
                            tornado was rated an F2 at this
                            location. This location was 1.5 miles
                            south of Homer. The tornado continued
                            northeast past the Louisiana Hill
                            Experiment Station where trees were
                            snapped off and blown down. Several
                            homes were damaged on the south and
                            north side of Lake Claiborne. Ten to
                            twenty homes were damaged in this area.
                            One home had it's roof blown off just
                            south of Lake Claiborne. The tornado
                            continued along Route 2 for two and
                            one-half miles where trees were blown
                            down and minor roof damage occurred to
                            3 homes. This location was 5 miles east
                            of Homer.

  Webster Parish
    Sibley                  13     0035CST

LOUISIANA, Southeast

  East Baton Rouge
  Parish
    Baton Rouge to          13     0545CST
    Baker                          0600CST

                            Thunderstorm winds caused minor roof
                            damage to a few homes and knocked down
                            trees.

  Ascension Parish
    Countywide              13     0630CST
                                   0645CST

                            Thunderstorm winds knocked down several
                            trees in various locations around the
                            parish, blew down fences, and caused
                            minor damage to the roofs of a few homes

  Livingston Parish
    Denham Spgs             13     0630CST

                            Thunderstorm winds caused minor roof
                            damage to a few homes, knocked down a
                            few signs, and blew down trees.

  Tangipahoa Parish
    3 E Tickfaw to          13     0700CST
    Ponchatoula

                            Numerous trees were knocked down in the
                            North Cherry Street extension area and
                            Goudeaux Road east of Tickfaw and in
                            the Ponchatoula area.

  Orleans Parish
    New Orleans             13     0910CST

                            Thunderstorms winds caused minor damage
                            to the roof and exterior wall of a
                            house and knocked down a fence.

MISSISSIPPI, South

  Walthall County
    7 SW Tylertown          7      2010CST      0.2        20
                                   2015CST

                            A weak tornado that briefly touched
                            down in southwest Walthall County in
                            the Brockdale, Purvis, and Les
                            Blackwell Road area knocked down
                            several trees and a few fences, shifted
                            a trailer off of its blocks, and caused
                            minor roof damage to a few structures.

  Pearl River County
    Picayune                13     0835CST      0.1        20
                                   0840CST

                            A weak tornado touched down briefly
                            along Memorial Boulevard causing minor
                            damage to the windows and roofs of
                            three businesses and knocking out the
                            windows of 16 vehicles in parking lots.

  Hancock County
    Bay St Louis            13     0930CST
                                   0935CST

                            A funnel cloud was observed.

TEXAS, Northeast

  Angelina County
    8 NW Luikin             12     2300CST

                            Several trees uprooted and a roof was
                            partially removed from a house. Several
                            powerlines downed.

  Panola County
    8 SE Carthage           12     2310CST

                            Roof damage to a house on County Rd. 184

                               Number of          Estimated
                                Persons             Damage

Location                    Killed   Injured   Property   Crops

ARKANSAS, Southwest

  Union County
    Junction City to          2         13        3M
      3 NE Lawson

                            The tornado that moved through
                            Claiborne Parish Louisiana moved
                            northeast into Union County Arkansas.
                            The tornado first struck the community
                            of Junction City, Arkansas just north
                            of the Arkansas, Louisiana state line.
                            From the area surveyed, the tornado was
                            on the ground continuously from
                            touchdown to end. For the early part of
                            the track, the damage was confined to
                            minor damage to homes with numerous
                            trees downed from Junction City to near
                            Tatum Rd approximately 8 miles south of
                            El Dorado. In Junction City, two people
                            were injured when a tree fell on their
                            home as they were in bed. As the
                            tornado approached Tatum Rd, it appears
                            to have intensified significantly while
                            growing wider in its destruction. It
                            was through the area from Tatum Rd,
                            across Hwy 7 and into the vicinity of
                            Rushwood Rd that the storm did its
                            greatest damage. Numerous homes, both
                            mobile and well constructed frame homes
                            were either destroyed or heavily
                            damaged. A number of vehicles were
                            rolled and tossed through the air,
                            landing several yards from their
                            initial location. It was in the area of
                            Tatum Rd through Rushwood Rd that two
                            fatalities occurred, both of them
                            elderly residents. The majority of the
                            injuries also occurred in this area.
                            After leaving the Rushwood Rd area, the
                            storm began to weaken and decreasing in
                            path width. Except for minor structural
                            damage to buildings in Lawson, trees
                            downed or broken was the main damage
                            for the latter part of the track.
                            M83MH, F83MH

GULF OF MEXICO

  Sw Pass Of The Ms R
  To Atchafalaya R La
  Out 20Nm
    20 S Venice               0         0

  Lake Ponchartrain
  And Lake Maurepas
    Mid Lke Pontchartrain     0         0

  Lake Ponchartrain
  And Lake Maurepas
    Mid Lke Pontchartrain     0         0

  Sw Pass Of The Ms R
  To Atchafalaya R La
  Out 20Nm
    Grand Isle                0         0

  Pascagoula Ms To Sw
  Pass Of Ms R 20 To
  60Nm
    45 E Venice               0         0

LOUISIANA, Northwest

  Bossier Parish
    8 SE Bossier City         0         0

                            Trees were blown down.

  Webster Parish
    Dixie Inn                 0         0

  Webster Parish
    6 NE Minden               0         0

  Claiborne Parish
    5 SW Homer to             0         12        4M
    5 E Homer

                            The tornado first touched down one mile
                            east of the community of Langston.
                            Trees were blown over and snapped off.
                            The tornado was rated a low end F1 at
                            this location. The tornado tracked
                            northeast along Harris Rd for one mile
                            where a mobile home was destroyed. The
                            tornado was rated a low end F2 at this
                            location. Other homes sustained minor
                            roof damage. The tornado tracked
                            northeast and caused minor to moderate
                            roof damage at Moreland Rd. and Simpson
                            Loop. This location was 3.5 miles south
                            of Homer, Louisiana. The tornado was
                            rated an F1 at this location. The
                            tornado continued to the northeast one
                            mile to Powell Rd. where a mobile home
                            was completely destroyed. Other minor
                            roof damage to a few homes occurred.
                            Numerous trees were snapped off. The
                            tornado was rated an F2 at this
                            location. This location was 1.5 miles
                            south of Homer. The tornado continued
                            northeast past the Louisiana Hill
                            Experiment Station where trees were
                            snapped off and blown down. Several
                            homes were damaged on the south and
                            north side of Lake Claiborne. Ten to
                            twenty homes were damaged in this area.
                            One home had it's roof blown off just
                            south of Lake Claiborne. The tornado
                            continued along Route 2 for two and
                            one-half miles where trees were blown
                            down and minor roof damage occurred to
                            3 homes. This location was 5 miles east
                            of Homer.

  Webster Parish
    Sibley                    0         0

LOUISIANA, Southeast

  East Baton Rouge
  Parish
    Baton Rouge to            0         0         4K
    Baker

                            Thunderstorm winds caused minor roof
                            damage to a few homes and knocked down
                            trees.

  Ascension Parish
    Countywide                0         0         5K

                            Thunderstorm winds knocked down several
                            trees in various locations around the
                            parish, blew down fences, and caused
                            minor damage to the roofs of a few homes

  Livingston Parish
    Denham Spgs               0         0         7K

                            Thunderstorm winds caused minor roof
                            damage to a few homes, knocked down a
                            few signs, and blew down trees.

  Tangipahoa Parish
    3 E Tickfaw to            0         0         2K
    Ponchatoula

                            Numerous trees were knocked down in the
                            North Cherry Street extension area and
                            Goudeaux Road east of Tickfaw and in
                            the Ponchatoula area.

  Orleans Parish
    New Orleans               0         0        1.5K

                            Thunderstorms winds caused minor damage
                            to the roof and exterior wall of a
                            house and knocked down a fence.

MISSISSIPPI, South

  Walthall County
    7 SW Tylertown            0         0         4K

                            A weak tornado that briefly touched
                            down in southwest Walthall County in
                            the Brockdale, Purvis, and Les
                            Blackwell Road area knocked down
                            several trees and a few fences, shifted
                            a trailer off of its blocks, and caused
                            minor roof damage to a few structures.

  Pearl River County
    Picayune                  0         0         7K

                            A weak tornado touched down briefly
                            along Memorial Boulevard causing minor
                            damage to the windows and roofs of
                            three businesses and knocking out the
                            windows of 16 vehicles in parking lots.

  Hancock County
    Bay St Louis              0         0

                            A funnel cloud was observed.

TEXAS, Northeast

  Angelina County
    8 NW Luikin               0         0         25K

                            Several trees uprooted and a roof was
                            partially removed from a house. Several
                            powerlines downed.

  Panola County
    8 SE Carthage             0         0          5K

                            Roof damage to a house on County Rd. 184

Location                    Character of Storm

ARKANSAS, Southwest

  Union County
    Junction City to        Tornado (F3)
      3 NE Lawson

                            The tornado that moved through
                            Claiborne Parish Louisiana moved
                            northeast into Union County Arkansas.
                            The tornado first struck the community
                            of Junction City, Arkansas just north
                            of the Arkansas, Louisiana state line.
                            From the area surveyed, the tornado was
                            on the ground continuously from
                            touchdown to end. For the early part of
                            the track, the damage was confined to
                            minor damage to homes with numerous
                            trees downed from Junction City to near
                            Tatum Rd approximately 8 miles south of
                            El Dorado. In Junction City, two people
                            were injured when a tree fell on their
                            home as they were in bed. As the
                            tornado approached Tatum Rd, it appears
                            to have intensified significantly while
                            growing wider in its destruction. It
                            was through the area from Tatum Rd,
                            across Hwy 7 and into the vicinity of
                            Rushwood Rd that the storm did its
                            greatest damage. Numerous homes, both
                            mobile and well constructed frame homes
                            were either destroyed or heavily
                            damaged. A number of vehicles were
                            rolled and tossed through the air,
                            landing several yards from their
                            initial location. It was in the area of
                            Tatum Rd through Rushwood Rd that two
                            fatalities occurred, both of them
                            elderly residents. The majority of the
                            injuries also occurred in this area.
                            After leaving the Rushwood Rd area, the
                            storm began to weaken and decreasing in
                            path width. Except for minor structural
                            damage to buildings in Lawson, trees
                            downed or broken was the main damage
                            for the latter part of the track.
                            M83MH, F83MH

GULF OF MEXICO

  Sw Pass Of The Ms R
  To Atchafalaya R La
  Out 20Nm
    20 S Venice             Marine Tstm Wind

  Lake Ponchartrain
  And Lake Maurepas
    Mid Lke Pontchartrain   Marine Tstm Wind

  Lake Ponchartrain
  And Lake Maurepas
    Mid Lke Pontchartrain   Marine Tstm Wind

  Sw Pass Of The Ms R
  To Atchafalaya R La
  Out 20Nm
    Grand Isle              Marine Tstm Wind

  Pascagoula Ms To Sw
  Pass Of Ms R 20 To
  60Nm
    45 E Venice             Marine Tstm Wind

LOUISIANA, Northwest

  Bossier Parish
    8 SE Bossier City       Thunderstorm Wind (G56)

                            Trees were blown down.

  Webster Parish
    Dixie Inn               Hail (0.75)

  Webster Parish
    6 NE Minden             Hail (0.88)

  Claiborne Parish
    5 SW Homer to           Tornado (F2)
    5 E Homer

                            The tornado first touched down one mile
                            east of the community of Langston.
                            Trees were blown over and snapped off.
                            The tornado was rated a low end F1 at
                            this location. The tornado tracked
                            northeast along Harris Rd for one mile
                            where a mobile home was destroyed. The
                            tornado was rated a low end F2 at this
                            location. Other homes sustained minor
                            roof damage. The tornado tracked
                            northeast and caused minor to moderate
                            roof damage at Moreland Rd. and Simpson
                            Loop. This location was 3.5 miles south
                            of Homer, Louisiana. The tornado was
                            rated an F1 at this location. The
                            tornado continued to the northeast one
                            mile to Powell Rd. where a mobile home
                            was completely destroyed. Other minor
                            roof damage to a few homes occurred.
                            Numerous trees were snapped off. The
                            tornado was rated an F2 at this
                            location. This location was 1.5 miles
                            south of Homer. The tornado continued
                            northeast past the Louisiana Hill
                            Experiment Station where trees were
                            snapped off and blown down. Several
                            homes were damaged on the south and
                            north side of Lake Claiborne. Ten to
                            twenty homes were damaged in this area.
                            One home had it's roof blown off just
                            south of Lake Claiborne. The tornado
                            continued along Route 2 for two and
                            one-half miles where trees were blown
                            down and minor roof damage occurred to
                            3 homes. This location was 5 miles east
                            of Homer.

  Webster Parish
    Sibley                  Hail (0.75)

LOUISIANA, Southeast

  East Baton Rouge
  Parish
    Baton Rouge to          Thunderstorm Wind (G50)
    Baker

                            Thunderstorm winds caused minor roof
                            damage to a few homes and knocked down
                            trees.

  Ascension Parish
    Countywide              Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                            Thunderstorm winds knocked down several
                            trees in various locations around the
                            parish, blew down fences, and caused
                            minor damage to the roofs of a few homes

  Livingston Parish
    Denham Spgs             Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                            Thunderstorm winds caused minor roof
                            damage to a few homes, knocked down a
                            few signs, and blew down trees.

  Tangipahoa Parish
    3 E Tickfaw to          Thunderstorm Wind (G50)
    Ponchatoula

                            Numerous trees were knocked down in the
                            North Cherry Street extension area and
                            Goudeaux Road east of Tickfaw and in
                            the Ponchatoula area.

  Orleans Parish
    New Orleans             Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                            Thunderstorms winds caused minor damage
                            to the roof and exterior wall of a
                            house and knocked down a fence.

MISSISSIPPI, South

  Walthall County
    7 SW Tylertown          Tornado (F0)

                            A weak tornado that briefly touched
                            down in southwest Walthall County in
                            the Brockdale, Purvis, and Les
                            Blackwell Road area knocked down
                            several trees and a few fences, shifted
                            a trailer off of its blocks, and caused
                            minor roof damage to a few structures.

  Pearl River County
    Picayune                Tornado (F0)

                            A weak tornado touched down briefly
                            along Memorial Boulevard causing minor
                            damage to the windows and roofs of
                            three businesses and knocking out the
                            windows of 16 vehicles in parking lots.

  Hancock County
    Bay St Louis            Funnel Cloud

                            A funnel cloud was observed.

TEXAS, Northeast

  Angelina County
    8 NW Luikin             Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

                            Several trees uprooted and a roof was
                            partially removed from a house. Several
                            powerlines downed.

  Panola County
    8 SE Carthage           Thunderstorm Wind (G58)

                            Roof damage to a house on County Rd. 184

February 2005

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

ARKANSAS, Southwest

  Little River County
    Wilton                  23     0700CST

  Little River County
    Foreman                 23     0705CST

CALIFORNIA, Southeast

  Inyo County
    Olancha                 20     0403PST
                                   0503PST

                            Heavy rains caused flooding along US 395 in
                            Olancha.

GULF OF MEXICO

  Sw Pass Of The Ms R
  To Atchafalaya R La
  Out 20Nm
    20 S Venice             14     0033CST

  Sw Pass Of The Ms R
  To Atchafalaya R La
  Out 20Nm
    39 SW Cocodrie to       24     1440CST
    Cocodrie

                            A wind gust of 59 knots was measured on an
                            oil rig.

  Sw Pass Of The Ms R
  To Atchafalaya R La
  20 To 60Nm
    60 S Cocodrie           24     1445CST

                            A wind gust of 61 knots was measured on an
                            oil rig.

LOUISIANA, Northwest

  Webster Parish
    1 S Springhill          23     1115CST

                            Lightning stuck a home in the town of
                            Cullen just south of Springhill. The
                            lightning strike caused a house fire.
                            One man was trapped inside but was
                            removed without injury.

LOUISIANA, Southeast

  Assumption Parish
    Belle River             23     1545CST

                            Thunderstorm winds ripped the roof off
                            of a carport, blew down a traffic
                            light, and knocked down a tree and
                            several tree limbs.

NEVADA, South

  Nye County
    Pahrump                 18     2205PST
                                   2305PST

                            Heavy rains caused flooding along
                            Highway 160 in Pahrump along with
                            several other roads in the area.

  NVZ016                    Northeast Clark

                            20     0645PST
                            21     1845PST

                            Heavy rains caused the Muddy River to
                            overflow its banks and cover several
                            roads in the Logandale area.

  Clark County
    Las Vegas               20     1315PST
                                   1515PST

                            Heavy rains caused flash flooding in
                            western Las Vegas with several roads
                            flooded. Many of the roads were
                            impassable and washed out in places.

TEXAS, Northeast

  Nacogdoches County
    Nacogdoches             13     1845CST

  Nacogdoches County
    Nacogdoches             13     1850CST

  Nacogdoches County
    Nacogdoches             13     1857CST

  Nacogdoches County
    5 S Chireno             13     1945CST

  San Augustine County
    8 W San Augustine       13     1945CST

                            Hail fell in the town of Denning.

  San Augustine County
    10 S San Augustine      13     2017CST

                            Hail fell at the intersection of Hwy
                            103 and FM 1751.

                               Number of          Estimated
                                Persons             Damage

Location                    Killed   Injured   Property   Crops

ARKANSAS, Southwest

  Little River County
    Wilton                    0         0

  Little River County
    Foreman                   0         0

CALIFORNIA, Southeast

  Inyo County
    Olancha                   0         0

                            Heavy rains caused flooding along US 395 in
                            Olancha.

GULF OF MEXICO

  Sw Pass Of The Ms R
  To Atchafalaya R La
  Out 20Nm
    20 S Venice               0         0

  Sw Pass Of The Ms R
  To Atchafalaya R La
  Out 20Nm
    39 SW Cocodrie to         0         0
    Cocodrie

                            A wind gust of 59 knots was measured on an
                            oil rig.

  Sw Pass Of The Ms R
  To Atchafalaya R La
  20 To 60Nm
    60 S Cocodrie             0         0

                            A wind gust of 61 knots was measured on an
                            oil rig.

LOUISIANA, Northwest

  Webster Parish
    1 S Springhill            0         0         10K

                            Lightning stuck a home in the town of
                            Cullen just south of Springhill. The
                            lightning strike caused a house fire.
                            One man was trapped inside but was
                            removed without injury.

LOUISIANA, Southeast

  Assumption Parish
    Belle River               0         0         2K

                            Thunderstorm winds ripped the roof off
                            of a carport, blew down a traffic
                            light, and knocked down a tree and
                            several tree limbs.

NEVADA, South

  Nye County
    Pahrump                   0         0

                            Heavy rains caused flooding along
                            Highway 160 in Pahrump along with
                            several other roads in the area.

  NVZ016
                              0         0

                            Heavy rains caused the Muddy River to
                            overflow its banks and cover several
                            roads in the Logandale area.

  Clark County
    Las Vegas                 0         0

                            Heavy rains caused flash flooding in
                            western Las Vegas with several roads
                            flooded. Many of the roads were
                            impassable and washed out in places.

TEXAS, Northeast

  Nacogdoches County
    Nacogdoches               0         0

  Nacogdoches County
    Nacogdoches               0         0

  Nacogdoches County
    Nacogdoches               0         0

  Nacogdoches County
    5 S Chireno               0         0

  San Augustine County
    8 W San Augustine         0         0

                            Hail fell in the town of Denning.

  San Augustine County
    10 S San Augustine        0         0

                            Hail fell at the intersection of Hwy
                            103 and FM 1751.

Location                    Character of Storm

ARKANSAS, Southwest

  Little River County
    Wilton                  Hail (0.75)

  Little River County
    Foreman                 Hail (0.88)

CALIFORNIA, Southeast

  Inyo County
    Olancha                 Flash Flood

                            Heavy rains caused flooding along US 395 in
                            Olancha.

GULF OF MEXICO

  Sw Pass Of The Ms R
  To Atchafalaya R La
  Out 20Nm
    20 S Venice             Marine Tstm Wind

  Sw Pass Of The Ms R
  To Atchafalaya R La
  Out 20Nm
    39 SW Cocodrie to       Marine Tstm Wind
    Cocodrie

                            A wind gust of 59 knots was measured on an
                            oil rig.

  Sw Pass Of The Ms R
  To Atchafalaya R La
  20 To 60Nm
    60 S Cocodrie           Marine Tstm Wind

                            A wind gust of 61 knots was measured on an
                            oil rig.

LOUISIANA, Northwest

  Webster Parish
    1 S Springhill          Lightning

                            Lightning stuck a home in the town of
                            Cullen just south of Springhill. The
                            lightning strike caused a house fire.
                            One man was trapped inside but was
                            removed without injury.

LOUISIANA, Southeast

  Assumption Parish
    Belle River             Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                            Thunderstorm winds ripped the roof off
                            of a carport, blew down a traffic
                            light, and knocked down a tree and
                            several tree limbs.

NEVADA, South

  Nye County
    Pahrump                 Flash Flood

                            Heavy rains caused flooding along
                            Highway 160 in Pahrump along with
                            several other roads in the area.

  NVZ016
                            Flood

                            Heavy rains caused the Muddy River to
                            overflow its banks and cover several
                            roads in the Logandale area.

  Clark County
    Las Vegas               Flash Flood

                            Heavy rains caused flash flooding in
                            western Las Vegas with several roads
                            flooded. Many of the roads were
                            impassable and washed out in places.

TEXAS, Northeast

  Nacogdoches County
    Nacogdoches             Hail (0.75)

  Nacogdoches County
    Nacogdoches             Hail (0.88)

  Nacogdoches County
    Nacogdoches             Hail (1.00)

  Nacogdoches County
    5 S Chireno             Hail (1.00)

  San Augustine County
    8 W San Augustine       Hail (0.75)

                            Hail fell in the town of Denning.

  San Augustine County
    10 S San Augustine      Hail (0.75)

                            Hail fell at the intersection of Hwy
                            103 and FM 1751.

March 2005

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

ARKANSAS, Northwest

  Franklin County
    8 NW Ozark              24     0058CST

  Crawford County
    Rudy                    24     0113CST

  Crawford County
    3 NE Van Buren          24     2131CST

  Franklin County
    8 N Ozark               25     0125CST

ARKANSAS, Southwest

  Columbia County
    Magnolia                21     2311CST

ATLANTIC OCEAN

  Nc-Va Bdr To
  Currituck Beach Lt
  Out 20Nm
    Nc-Va Border to         28     1000EST
    Currituck Beach Light

                            Wind gust of 35 knots measured at Duck,
                            North Carolina.

CONNECTICUT, Southern

  Fairfield County
    Countywide              28     1200EST
                                   2330EST
  Middlesex County
    Countywide              28     1200EST
                                   2330EST
  New Haven County
    Countywide              28     1200EST
                                   2330EST
  New London County
    Countywide              28     1200EST
                                   2330EST

  CTZ006                    Northern New Haven

                            29     0115EST
                                   0715EST

                            A strong low pressure system developed
                            across the Southeast U.S. and moved
                            slowly north to northeast along the
                            eastern seaboard to a position just
                            south of Long Island during Saturday
                            morning, March 29th.

                            Heavy rain developed and spread
                            northeast across the region. It
                            resulted in widespread urban flooding.
                            Sections of many streets were flooded.
                            The Quinnipiac River at Wallingford
                            reached its' flood stage of 8.0 feet at
                            1:15 am on March 29th, then crested at
                            8.5 feet at 7:15 am. Many small rivers
                            and streams experienced significant
                            within bank rises. Storm Total Rainfall
                            amounts ranged from around 1.5 to 3.5
                            inches. Here are selected rainfall
                            amounts for:

                            Fairfield County - from 2.16 inches at
                            Sikorsky Airport in Bridgeport to 2.60
                            inches at New Fairfield.

                            New Haven County - from 1.45 inches at
                            Oxford to 2.07 inches at Tweed Airport
                            in New Haven.

                            New London County - from 1.92 inches at
                            New London Airport in Groton to 3.85
                            inches at Norwich.

GEORGIA, North and Central

  GAZ030-034-037            Polk - Gwinnett - Oconee
                            8      0330EST
                                   0515EST

                            Gwinnett: The Atlanta
                            Journal-Constitution reported that a
                            couple of trees and power lines were
                            blown down in the Lilburn area and
                            between Lawrenceville and Buford. One
                            of the downed power lines was near the
                            Mall of Georgia. Some 2700 residents in
                            the area were left without power during
                            the incident.

                            Oconee: A storm spotter reported that
                            strong wind gusts associated with a
                            cold front and a line of showers blew
                            down several trees, as well as power
                            and cable lines in the area.

                            Polk: The Cedartown Standard reported
                            that strong wind gusts associated with
                            a cold front and a line of showers
                            caused some minor damage to some
                            machinery at a Cedartown business.
                            Another resident of Cedartown reported
                            that a trampoline in their yard was
                            blown 350 feet down the street over two
                            rows of trees and some power lines.

  Crisp County
    Cordele to              22     1112EST
    Hatley

                            The Crisp County 911 Center reported
                            penny-sized hail. The Cordele Dispatch
                            reported penny-sized hail in Hatley.

  Wilcox County
    Pitts                   22     1112EST
                                   1120EST

                            The public reported quarter-sized hail,
                            while the Wilcox County 911 Center
                            reported penny-sized hail.

  Muscogee County
    Columbus                22     1140EST

                            The Post Office observed penny-sized
                            hail.

  Harris County
    Pine Mtn                22     1155EST

                            A former employee of the National
                            Weather Service reported nickel-sized
                            hail. The Harris County 911 Center
                            reported pea-sized hail in Waverly Hall.

  Dodge County
    1 S Eastman             22     1215EST

                            The public observed quarter-sized hail
                            just south of Eastman.

  Bibb County
    Macon                   22     1217EST
                                   1225EST

                            The public reported nickel to
                            quarter-sized hail.

  Meriwether County
    Woodbury                22     1228EST

                            The Meriwether County Fire Department
                            reported penny-sized hail.

  Laurens County
    Cedar Grove             22     1240EST

                            The public reported nickel-sized hail
                            at a convenience store.

  Pike County
    Molena                  22     1253EST

                            A relative of a postal worker at the
                            Woodbury Post Office in Meriwether
                            county reported "pecan-sized" hail
                            while on a job in Molena.

  Wheeler County
    2 N Glenwood            22     1258EST

                            The public reported penny-sized hail
                            just north of Glenwood at a convenience
                            store.

  Coweta County
    4 NE Thomas Xrds        22     1330EST

                            The Times Herald of Newnan reported
                            that lightning struck the new gymnasium
                            at the Northgate High School on Fisher
                            Road near the commuity of Major in
                            north Coweta county. The school's alarm
                            system was seriously damaged. A nearby
                            bank Automated Teller Machine was also
                            damaged by the lightning strike.

  Douglas County
    Countywide              22     1330EST
                                   1345EST

                            The Douglas Enterprise reported that
                            thunderstorms caused considerable
                            damage around the county. A mobile home
                            and adjacent satellite dish were
                            destroyed in the rural part of the
                            county. Several trees and power lines
                            were blown down throughout the county.

  Treutlen County
    1 S Soperton            22     1330EST

                            The mayor of Soperton reported that a
                            couple of trees were down on his
                            property. This was also confirmed by
                            the Soperton Police Department.

  Muscogee County
    Columbus                22     1342EST

                            Employees of a Publix Grocery store and
                            a neighboring lumber store reported
                            penny-sized hail in the vicinity of
                            Whitesville Road.

  Coweta County
    Sargent                 22     1345EST

                            The Sargent Post Office reported
                            penny-sized hail.

  Harris County
    Hamilton                22     1345EST

                            The Harris County 911 center reported
                            quarter-sized hail.

  Butts County
    Jenkinsburg             22     1400EST

                            The Jenkinsburg Post Office reported
                            that a number of trees were down
                            throughout the county.

  Emanuel County
    1 N Oak Park to         22     1400EST
    2 N Oak Park

                            The Emanuel County Sheriff reported
                            quarter-sized hail while traveling
                            along a 1-mile stretch of Georgia
                            Highway 4 as he crossed Interstate-16
                            just north of Oak Park. The hail broke
                            the windshield wipers on the sheriffs
                            vehicle.

  Montgomery County
    Tarrytown               22     1400EST

                            The Post Office of Tarrytown reported
                            yet another round of penny-sized hail.

  Henry County
    1 E Mc Donough          22     1420EST

                            The public reported that lightning
                            struck and set a home on fire in the
                            Lake Dow area just east of McDonough.
                            The home was completely destroyed.

  Fayette County
    Fayetteville            22     1424EST
                                   1435EST

                            Several reports of penny-sized hail
                            were received from the public. An
                            amateur radio operator reported
                            pea-sized hail in the area.

  Clayton County
    Jonesboro to            22     1435EST
    Lovejoy                        1440EST

                            The public reported penny-sized hail at
                            the BP Foodmart in Jonesboro. An
                            amateur radio operator reported
                            penny-sized hail on Tara Boulevard at
                            Flicker Road in Lovejoy.

  Henry County
    Stockbridge to          22     1450EST
    Mc Donough                     1500EST

                            The public reported
                            nickel-sized hail.

  Gwinnett County
    Duluth to               22     1452EST
    Buford                         1455EST

                            The Gwinnett Daily Post of
                            Lawrenceville reported that two
                            more homes were struck by
                            lightning. At 2:52 pm EST,
                            lightning struck a home
                            on Glen Mary Place in Duluth. The
                            lightning blew a three by six
                            foot hole in the peak of the roof
                            and caused several
                            leaks in the gas line leading to
                            the home. At 2:55 pm EST,
                            lightning struck a home on Quail
                            Creek Drive in Buford, causing
                            damage to an electrical panel box
                            and underground gas line leading
                            to the home.

  Henry County
    Mc Donough              22     1500EST

                            The public reported a few
                            trees down along Georgia
                            Highway 155 at Crumbley and
                            North Salem Roads.

  Henry County
    Countywide              22     1505EST
                                   1525EST

                            Several reports were received
                            from the public of penny to
                            quarter-sized hail.
                            Quarter-sized hail was reported
                            in both Stockbridge and
                            McDonough, while nickel-sized
                            hail was reported northeast of
                            Ola and penny-sized hail was
                            reported in Locust Grove.

  Butts County
    Countywide              22     1520EST

                            The Butts County Sheriff
                            reported that several trees
                            were down across roads
                            throughout the county.

  Newton County
    Newborn                 22     1535EST

                            The public reported nickel-
                            sized hail at a convenience
                            store.

  Morgan County
    Madison                 22     1550EST

                            The public reported penny-sized
                            hail at a gas service station
                            on Monticello Road at
                            Interstate-20.

  Henry County
    Stockbridge             22     1557EST

                            The public reported
                            quarter-sized hail.

  Stewart County
    Lumpkin                 27     0100EST
                                   0115EST

                            The Stewart County Emergency
                            Management Director reported
                            that a thunderstorm microburst
                            tore the roof off the county's
                            Health Department building and
                            damaged an outdoor storage bin
                            at the Emergency Management
                            Director's facility. In addition,
                            some 40 to 50 trees within the
                            same general small area were
                            blown down, uprooted, or torn
                            apart by the strong winds.

  Sumter County
    Plains                  27     0430EST
                                   2300EST

                            The Sumter County 911 Center
                            reported that several trees
                            were down in the area and the
                            power was also out in Plains.

  Webster County
    Centerpoint             27     0430EST

                            The Webster County 911 Center
                            reported that several trees
                            were down on East Center Point
                            Road.

  Webster County
    3 SE Centerpoint        27     0500EST

                            The Webster County 911 Center
                            reported penny-sized hail.

  Sumter County
    Countywide              27     1000EST
                                   2300EST

                            An amateur radio operator
                            reported that extensive flooding
                            was ongoing across the county.
                            Several roads were washed out
                            in the southern portion of the
                            county and within the city of
                            Americus. This occurred as early
                            as 11:00 am EST. Later in the
                            day, around 4:00 pm EST, the
                            County 911 Center reported that
                            many roads throughout the county
                            had been closed. In addition,
                            several small dams had been
                            breached causing additional
                            flash flood concerns and
                            precautionary evacuations.
                            Some cars became flooded and
                            had to be abandoned. Several
                            homes and apartments were
                            flooded. Up to three feet of
                            water was reported in some
                            homes. By late evening, 16 roads
                            in the county had been closed
                            because of flooding. Some of
                            the closed roads included U.S.
                            Highway 19, Boo Cosby Road,
                            Thomas Mill at Mad Dog Road,
                            Pessell Creek Road, Georgia
                            Highway 49 south at the Terrell
                            county line, Anch Helms,
                            Sam Rodgers, Little Bear Branch,
                            and Three Bridges Road from
                            Georgia Highway 377, south.
                            Rainfall of 5-6 inches was
                            common across the county, with
                            some portions of the county
                            receiving 8-9 inches of rain for
                            the period from midnight on the
                            27th  to midnight on the 28th.

  Dooly County
    Countywide              27     1100EST
                                   2300EST

                            The Dooly County Sheriffs Office
                            reported that there was extensive
                            flooding of roads throughout the
                            county. Several roads were
                            closed by the Department of
                            Transportation as the roads were
                            impassable. The News Observer of
                            Vienna reported that at least 60
                            roads in the county sustained
                            damage in varying degrees.
                            Portions of Vienna were
                            evacuated as a precaution
                            because of potential dam breaks
                            and flash flooding. Rainfall of
                            five to six inches was common
                            with the northwest portion of
                            the county receiving six to
                            eight inches of rain.

  Macon County
    Countywide              27     1100EST
                                   2300EST

                            The Citizen and Georgian of
                            Montezuma reported that several
                            roads were flooded, washed out,
                            and closed.

  Wilcox County
    Northwest Portion       27     1100EST
                                   2200EST

                            The public reported that extensive
                            flash flooding was ongoing, mainly
                            in the western portion of the
                            county. Several roads were
                            washed out. A number of people
                            were trapped in their homes by
                            rising flood waters and others
                            were trapped in their cars with
                            water rising up to the hood level.
                            Four to six inches of rain fell
                            across the northwest part of the
                            county, mainly northwest of
                            Rochelle. Much of this information
                            was confirmed by the county 911
                            Center.

  Dooly County
    5 NE Vienna             27     1140EST

                            The Dooly County 911 Center
                            reported penny-sized hail.

  Montgomery County
    North Portion           27     1200EST
                                   1700EST

                            The local Montgomery county
                            newspaper reported that several
                            inches of rain had fallen during
                            the morning hours resulting in
                            flooding of several roads in
                            the county. Warnock Pond Road
                            near Tarrytown was washed out
                            and caved in. Several dirt roads
                            in the county, especially the
                            northern portion, were also
                            washed out and closed.

  Telfair County
    Milan to                27     1200EST
    Mc Rae                         1700EST

                            The Telfair Enterprise reported
                            that early morning heavy rain,
                            on the order of four inches or
                            more, resulted in damage to
                            several county roads. County
                            Road 13 and County Road 106,
                            between McRae and Milan were
                            washed out and would require
                            extensive repair. A pair
                            of large sinkholes had developed
                            on County Road 13 from the
                            pressure of the extensive runoff.
                            Drainage pipes were washed out
                            from the under the roads and
                            swept quite some distance away
                            from their original location.

  Monroe County
    Juliette                27     1300EST

                            The Monroe County Reporter of
                            Forsyth reported that lightning
                            struck and set a home on fire in
                            far northeast Monroe county. The
                            fire was confined to the kitchen.
                            In addition, an adjacent
                            tractor-trailer was damaged by
                            the lightning and resulting fire.

  Troup County
    La Grange               27     1305EST

                            The public reported penny-sized
                            hail.

  Dodge County
    Countywide              27     1315EST
                                   2200EST

                            The Dodge County 911 Center and the
                            Dodge County News of Eastman reported
                            extensive flooding and flash flooding
                            throughout the county. Numerous roads
                            were flooded throughout the county
                            and several had been closed. Several
                            small dams were also breached. In
                            addition, one home was destroyed by
                            the flash flooding that occurred.
                            Rainfall amounts of four to six
                            inches, with isolated amounts of
                            seven to eight inches were observed.

  Bleckley County
    Countywide              27     1316EST
                                   2300EST

                            The Bleckley County Emergency
                            Management Director reported that
                            extensive flooding was occurring in
                            many areas of the county. U.S.
                            Highway 129 was closed east of
                            Cochran because of flooding. Several
                            small dams in the county had been
                            breached. Rainfall of four to six
                            inches was common throughout the
                            county, with local amounts up to
                            eight inches.

  Houston County
    Countywide              27     1316EST
                                   2200EST

                            The public and the Houston Home
                            Journal reported that extensive
                            flooding in the Perry area of
                            southern Houston county. Water was
                            up to two feet deep around a number
                            of homes in Warner Robbins and Perry
                            and some homes had been flooded. One
                            female had to be rescued from her
                            property. Several cars were inundated
                            and destroyed by the flooding.
                            Ditches and creeks were out of their
                            banks and flowing over the roadways.
                            A portion of Park Avenue in Perry
                            collapsed from the flooding. In
                            addition, Clopine Lake Dam in
                            southeast Peach county was breached
                            and threatened portions of Perry in
                            western Houston county. Residents of
                            the area were evacuated, but no
                            problems resulted in Houston county
                            as a result of the dam failure.
                            Rainfall of six to eight inches was
                            common across much of the southern
                            portion of Houston county in the
                            24-hour period from midnight on the
                            27th to midnight on the 28th.

  Pulaski County
    Countywide              27     1316EST
                                   2300EST

                            The Pulaski County Sheriffs office
                            and the Hawkinsville Dispatch and
                            News reported that extensive flooding
                            was occurring throughout the county.
                            A number of secondary county roads
                            were flooded and closed. A portion
                            of Georgia Highway 112 was washed out
                            in the southern portion of the
                            county. In addition, the Hawkinsville
                            North Fresh Water Plant had to be
                            closed because of flooding. Rainfall
                            of four to five inches fell across
                            much of the county between mid
                            morning and early evening, with local
                            amounts of six to eight inches,
                            especially in the far northern
                            portion of the county. Isolated
                            reports of up to 10.5 inches of rain
                            were also received.

  Harris County
    4 ESE Pine Mtn          27     1413EST

                            The Forest Service at the F. D.
                            Roosevelt State Park in extreme
                            northeast Harris county reported
                            quarter-sized hail.

  Meriwether County
    Greenville              27     1423EST

                            The Meriwether County Sheriff
                            reported nickel-sized hail.

  Fulton County
    Alpharetta to           27     1440EST
    Roswell                        1445EST

                            Several reports of penny to
                            quarter-sized hail were received
                            from the public. Nickel-sized hail
                            was reported in Roswell, while
                            penny to quarter-sized hail was
                            reported in Alpharetta.
  Coweta County
    4 WSW Newnan            27     1445EST

                            The Times Herald of Newnan reported
                            that lightning struck a home on
                            Smokey Road in southwest Coweta
                            county causing damage to the
                            electrical system of the home, but
                            little other damage.

  Sumter County
    Countywide              27     1000EST
                                   2300EST

                            An amateur radio operator reported
                            that extensive flooding was ongoing
                            across the county. Several roads
                            were washed out in the southern
                            portion of the county and within
                            the city of Americus. This occurred
                            as early as 11:00 am EST. Later in
                            the day, around 4:00 pm EST, the
                            County 911 Center reported that
                            many roads throughout the county had
                            been closed. In addition, several
                            small dams had been breached
                            causing additional flash flood
                            concerns and precautionary
                            evacuations. Some cars became
                            flooded and had to be abanonded.
                            Several homes and apartments were
                            flooded. Up to three feet of water
                            was reported in some homes. By late
                            evening, 16 roads in the county had
                            been closed because of flooding.
                            Some of the closed roads included
                            U.S. Highway 19, Boo Cosby Road,
                            Thomas Mill at Mad Dog Road, Pessell
                            Creek Road, Georgia Highway 49 south
                            at the Terrell county line, Anch
                            Helms, Sam Rodgers, Little Bear
                            Branch, and Three Bridges Road from
                            Georgia Highway 377, south. Rainfall
                            of 5-6 inches was common across the
                            county, with some portions of the
                            county receiving 8-9 inches of rain
                            for the period from midnight on the
                            27th to midnight on the 28th.

  Dooly County
    Countywide              27     1100EST
                                   2300EST

                            The Dooly County Sheriffs Office
                            reported that there was extensive
                            flooding of roads throughout the
                            county. Several roads were closed by
                            the Department of Transportation as
                            the roads were impassable. The News
                            Observer of Vienna reported that at
                            least 60 roads in the county
                            sustained damage in varying
                            degrees. Portions of Vienna were
                            evacuated as a precaution because
                            of potential dam breaks and flash
                            flooding. Rainfall of five to six
                            inches was common with the northwest
                            portion of the county receiving six
                            to eight inches of rain.

  Macon County
    Countywide              27     1100EST
                                   2300EST

                            The Citizen and Georgian of
                            Montezuma reported that several
                            roads were flooded, washed out,
                            and closed.

  Wilcox County
    Northwest Portion       27     1100EST
                                   2200EST

                            The public reported that extensive
                            flash flooding was ongoing, mainly
                            in the western portion of the county.
                            Several roads were washed out. A
                            number of people were trapped in
                            their homes by rising flood waters
                            and others were trapped in their
                            cars with water rising up to the
                            hood level. Four to six inches of
                            rain fell across the northwest part
                            of the county, mainly northwest of
                            Rochelle. Much of this information
                            was confirmed by the county 911
                            Center.

  Dooly County
    5 NE Vienna             27     1140EST

                            The Dooly County 911 Center reported
                            penny-sized hail.

  Montgomery County
    North Portion           27     1200EST
                                   1700EST

                            The local Montgomery county newspaper
                            reported that several inches of rain
                            had fallen during the morning hours
                            resulting in flooding of several
                            roads in the county. Warnock Pond
                            Road near Tarrytown was washed out
                            and caved in. Several dirt roads in
                            the county, especially the northern
                            portion, were also washed out and
                            closed.

  Telfair County
    Milan to                27     1200EST
    Mc Rae                         1700EST

                            The Telfair Enterprise reported that
                            early morning heavy rain, on the
                            order of four inches or more,
                            resulted in damage to several county
                            roads. County Road 13 and County Road
                            106, between McRae and Milan were
                            washed out and would require
                            extensive repair. A pair of large
                            sinkholes had developed on County
                            Road 13 from the pressure of the
                            extensive runoff. Drainage pipes were
                            washed out from the under the roads
                            and swept quite some distance away
                            from their original location.

  Monroe County
    Juliette                27     1300EST

                            The Monroe County Reporter of Forsyth
                            reported that lightning struck and
                            set a home on fire in far northeast
                            Monroe county. The fire was confined
                            to the kitchen. In addition, an
                            adjacent tractor-trailer was
                            damaged by the lightning and
                            resulting fire.

  Troup County
    La Grange               27     1305EST

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Peach County
    Clopine                 27     2047EST
                                   2230EST

                            The Peach County 911 Center reported a
                            partial failure of the Clopine Lake Dam
                            in the far southeast part of the county
                            just off U.S. Highway 341. Nearly
                            two-thirds of the water in the lake
                            flowed through the breach in the
                            dam into Big Indian Creek.

  Coweta County
    Newnan                  27     2100EST

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  GAZ054                    Fayet
                            27     2325EST

                            The Peachtree City Police reported that a
                            strong wind gust, associated with a cold
                            front moving through the area, blew the
                            Windows out of the front facade of the
                            Peachtree City Wal Mart Supercenter.
                            All of the thunderstorms had moved
                            well east of the area at the time.

  Harris County
    2 SW Whitesville        31     0135EST

                            The public reported quarter to golf
                            ball-sized hail.

  Gilmer County
    Pleasant Valley         31     0153EST

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Upson County
    Thomaston               31     0230EST

                            The Upson County Emergency Manager reported
                            that two homes were struck by lightning.
                            The roof of one home was set on fire
                            and the home was completely destroyed.
                            The other home suffered major damage.

  Upson County
    5 W Thomaston           31     0250EST

                            The Upson County 911 Center reported
                            penny-sized hail.

  Jones County
    1 SW Griswoldville to   31     0520EST
    3 S Gray                       0535EST

                            The public reported quarter to half
                            dollar-sized hail southwest of
                            Griswoldville
                            near the Bibb/Jones county line while WMAZ
                            Television of Macon and the Jones County
                            Emergency Management (EMA) Director
                            reported nickel-sized hail south of Gray.
                            The EMA Director indicated that the hail
                            accumulated to a depth of six inches on
                            the ground.

  Baldwin County
    Milledgeville           31     0555EST

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Bibb County
    3 N Macon               31     0555EST

                            WMAZ Television of Macon relayed a
                            report of nickel-sized hail.

  Walton County
    Monroe                  31     0700EST
                                   1030EST

                            The Gwinnett Daily Post of Lawrenceville
                            reported that a city employee working
                            near a creek in Monroe had to be rescued
                            from the creek when the fast rushing water
                            pinned him up against a culvert.

  Rockdale County
    Conyers                 31     0730EST

                            The Macon Telegraph reported that
                            lightning struck and set on fire a
                            historic monestary. The building was
                            built by Trappist Monks more than six
                            decades ago. Three of the building's
                            wings were completely destroyed by the
                            ensuing fire and the fourth was
                            damaged beyond repair. One firefighter
                            suffered injuries while fighting the
                            blaze.

  Troup County
    La Grange               31     0758EST

                            The public reported penny to
                            quarter-sized hail.

  Warren County
    5 N Warrenton           31     0800EST

                            The public reported penny-sized hail
                            near the intersection of Georgia
                            Highway 80 and Ridge Road.

  Heard County
    Countywide              31     0808EST
                                   1208EST

                            The Heard County 911 Center reported
                            that a number of roads in the county
                            were flooded. Mayhayley Road was
                            closed as it was not passable.

  Upson County
    Thomaston               31     0840EST
                                   0845EST

                            The public reported nickel-sized
                            hail.

  Harris County
    Countywide              31     0850EST
                                   1250EST

                            The Harris County Emergency Management
                            Director reported that many roads
                            throughout the county were flooded
                            with water up to a foot deep flowing
                            over many of the roads. Consequently,
                            several roads had to be closed
                            throughout the day.

  Lamar County
    Barnesville             31     0853EST
                                   0857EST

                            A deputy with the Lamar County
                            Sheriffs Office reported quarter to
                            golf ball-sized hail in Barnesville
                            on Carafax Road. The public and the
                            Herald Gazette of Barnesville reported
                            nickel to quarter-sized hail at the
                            Lamar County High School.

  Lamar County
    Barnesville             31     0905EST

                            The Herald Gazette of Barnesville
                            reported that a few trees were blown
                            down near the county high school.

  Crawford County
    Roberta                 31     0938EST

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

  Jones County
    Wayside                 31     0945EST

                            The Jones County Emergency Management
                            Director reported nickel-sized hail.

  De Kalb County
    North Atlanta           31     1045EST
                                   1445EST

                            The official river gage at Peachtree
                            Creek rose to 17.8 feet, which is 0.8
                            feet above the flood stage. Flooding
                            results along Woodward Way and at the
                            Bobby Jones Golf Course adjacent to
                            the creek. Water also rises in the
                            yards of several homes and apartments
                            adjacent to the creek.

  Fulton County
    Atlanta                 31     1045EST
                                   1445EST

                            The official river gage at Peachtree
                            Creek rose to 17.8 feet, which is 0.8
                            feet above the flood stage. Flooding
                            results along Woodward Way and at the
                            Bobby Jones Golf Course adjacent to
                            the creek. Water also rises in the
                            yards of several homes and apartments
                            adjacent to the creek.

                            General rainfall of 2-3 inches was
                            common across much of the region
                            during the early to mid-morning hours.
                            This rain fell on saturated soil from
                            previous heavy rainfall on the 27th.
                            The following counties below listed
                            specific flooding conditions during
                            the event.

                            Carroll: The Times Georgian of
                            Carrollton reported that several roads
                            in the county were flooded. No flash
                            flooding was reported.

                            Heard: The Heard County 911 Center
                            reported that several roads in the
                            county were flooded. Mayhayley Road
                            was closed.

                            Harris: Rainfall of three to five
                            inches across much of the county
                            resulted in general flooding of some
                            roads and low-lying areas.

                            Upson: The Upson County Emergency
                            Manager reported that several inches
                            of rain had fallen during the morning
                            and early afternoon hours on very
                            saturated ground. This had resulted
                            in minor flooding of Potato Creek in
                            the Thomaston area. This area, as well
                            as areas along the Flint River, were
                            being monitored for possible
                            evaucation. In addition, a dam was
                            being monitored one mile north of
                            Thomaston for a possible failure.

GULF OF MEXICO

  Pascagoula Ms To Sw
  Pass Of Ms R 20 To
  60Nm
    45 E Venice             07     1928CST

  Sw Pass Of The Ms R
  To Atchafalaya R La
  Out 20Nm
    20 S Venice             07     2006CST

  Sw Pass Of The Ms R
  To Atchafalaya R La
  Out 20Nm
    20 S Venice             07     2102CST

  Sw Pass Of The Ms R
  To Atchafalaya R La
  Out 20Nm
    Grand Isle              27     1358CST

  Pascagoula Ms To Sw
  Pass Of Ms R Out
  20Nm
    22 SSE Biloxi           27     1808CST

LOUISIANA, Northwest

  Lincoln Parish
    10 NW Ruston            13     1622CST

                            Hail covered the ground at Hwy 146.

  Bienville Parish
    10 S Arcadia            13     1650CST

  Lincoln Parish
    Downsville              13     1700CST

  Ouachita Parish
    14 W Monroe             13     1708CST

                            Hail fell near Calhoun.

  Ouachita Parish
    Monroe                  13     1735CST

  Jackson Parish
    Jonesboro               13     1745CST

  Caldwell Parish
    5 N Columbia            13     1817CST

  Winn Parish
    5 NW Calvin             13     1845CST

  Grant Parish
    Montgomery              13     1913CST

  La Salle Parish
    Jena                    13     1945CST

  Caddo Parish
    Bethany                 14     2155CST

  De Soto Parish
    Logansport              14     2156CST

  Caddo Parish
    Greenwood               14     2200CST

                            Hail covered the ground.

  De Soto Parish
    Mansfield               14     2215CST

  Red River Parish
    4 E Hall Summit         14     2245CST

                            Hail fell one mile north of Womack
                            and covered the ground.

  Bienville Parish
    Ringgold                14     2250CST

  Grant Parish
    8 SE Colfax             19     2051CST

                            Hail covered the ground near US
                            Hwy 71.

  Caddo Parish
    2 S Shreveport          21     2050CST

                            Hail fell one mile north of Wallace
                            Lake.

  Caddo Parish
    Blanchard               21     2100CST

  Bossier Parish
    Plain Dealing           21     2120CST

  Bienville Parish
    Ringgold                21     2224CST

  Sabine Parish
    Zwolle                  22     0223CST

  Natchitoches Parish
    Natchitoches            22     0255CST

  De Soto Parish
    1 N Logansport          31     1836CST

  Caddo Parish
    Blanchard               31     1940CST

                            Hail fell at the Hillside Trailer
                            Park.

  Caddo Parish
    Blanchard               31     1940CST

  Bossier Parish
    1 S Benton              31     2000CST

  Bossier Parish
    5 E Benton              31     2010CST

                            Hail fell in the Palmetto
                            Subdivision.

  De Soto Parish
    Stonewall               31     2015CST

  Caddo Parish
    11 SW Greenwood         31     2015CST

  Caddo Parish
    Vivian                  31     2100CST

  De Soto Parish
    Keatchie                31     2100CST

  De Soto Parish
    Stonewall               31     2100CST

  Bienville Parish
    2 W Arcadia             31     2115CST

  Bienville Parish
    10 W Castor             31     2135CST

  Red River Parish
    5 W Hall Summit         31     2140CST

                            Several trees were blown down near
                            Crossroads and Highway 71.

  Claiborne Parish
    Athens                  31     2145CST

  Caddo Parish
    11 SW Greenwood         31     2206CST

  Caddo Parish
    Shreveport              31     2248CST

                            Powerlines were downed on Ellerbe
                            Road.

  Bossier Parish
    13 SE Bossier City      31     2255CST

                            Several trees were downed along Hwy
                            71 near the communities of Cooterville
                            and Ninock.

  Lincoln Parish
    Downsville              31     2259CST

  Red River Parish
    Coushatta               31     2300CST

                            Numerous trees downed along Hwy 71
                            between Crossroads and Coushatta.

  Red River Parish
    6 NE Hall Summit        31     2310CST

  Bienville Parish
    Castor                  31     2315CST

                            Numerous trees and powerlines downed.

  Bienville Parish
    Castor                  31     2315CST

                            Hail covered the ground.

  Webster Parish
    Minden                  31     2320CST

                            Powerlines downed.

  Union Parish
    10 SE Marion            31     2320CST

                            Hail fell approximately 2 miles north
                            of Sterlington.

  Natchitoches Parish
    17 NE Campti            31     2340CST

                            Penny sized hail covered the ground
                            in the community of Readhimer.

  Jackson Parish
    Jonesboro               31     2347CST

  Natchitoches Parish
    Campti                  31     2358CST

                            Trees downed.

LOUISIANA, Southeast

  Terrebonne Parish
    Houma                   07     1545CST

                            Thunderstorm winds knocked down twenty
                            utility poles and several trees and
                            ripped the roof off of an old shed. A
                            tree was blown down on top of a mobile
                            home.

  Lafourche Parish
    1.5 S Lockport          07     1635CST

                            Power lines were blown down and the
                            roof of an abandoned trailer was
                            ripped off.

  East Baton Rouge
  Parish
    Pride                   26     1500CST

                            Nickel size hail covered the ground.

  East Feliciana Parish
    Clinton                 26     1500CST

  St. Helena Parish
    Greensburg              26     1515CST

  Washington Parish
    Mt Hermon               26     1530CST

  St. Bernard Parish
    2 ESE Yscloskey         26     1700CST

  Plaquemines Parish
    Empire to               26     1755CST
    Port Sulphur

  St. Tammany Parish
    Slidell Arpt            31     1705CST

                            One inch diameter hail was observed at
                            the National Weather Service
                            Office in Slidell.

  St. Tammany Parish
    Pearl River             31     1715CST
                                   1720CST

                            Hail ranging in size from pennies to
                            tennis balls was observed around Pearl
                            River.

  Livingston Parish
    Denham Spgs             31     1724CST

  East Baton Rouge
  Parish
    Greenwell Spgs          31     1725CST

  East Baton Rouge
  Parish
    Baton Rouge             31     1730CST

  Livingston Parish
    Livingston to           31     1750CST
    Walker                         1800CST

                            Golfball size hail was reported along
                            Highway 190 from Livingston to Walker
                            and also in Watson.

  Washington Parish
    4 S Franklinton         31     1841CST

  Tangipahoa Parish
    Amite                   31     1845CST

  St. Tammany Parish
    3 NNW Pearl River       31     1900CST

                            Baseball size hail was reported in the
                            community of Hickory.

  Tangipahoa Parish
    4 ESE Tangipahoa        31     1905CST

MISSISSIPPI, South

  Wilkinson County
    Centreville             22     0625CST

                            Power lines were knocked down by
                            thunderstorm winds.

  Pearl River County
    Poplarville to          22     0830CST
    White Sand

                            Trees were blown down by thunderstorm
                            winds in Poplarville on McNeil and
                            McHenry roads and along Highway 26
                            between Poplarville and White Sand.

  Wilkinson County
    Centreville             26     1530CST

                            Hail up to the size of golfballs was
                            observed. The hail broke the glass
                            windows in some vehicles.

  Pearl River County
    6 NE Poplarville        26     1533CST

  Hancock County
    Kiln                    26     1542CST

  Walthall County
    5 N Tylertown           26     1630CST

  Hancock County
    9 W Kiln                31     1715CST

  Pearl River County
    1 W Picayune            31     1730CST

  Hancock County
    10 NNE Kiln             31     1750CST

  Pearl River County
    10 NE Poplarville       31     1910CST

  Harrison County
    Countywide              31     2000CST
                                   2359CST

  Jackson County
    Countywide              31     2000CST
                                   2359CST

                            Heavy rainfall of 2 to 4 inches
                            during the evening hours produced
                            considerable street flooding in parts
                            of Harrison and Jackson counties.

  Pike County
    Magnolia                31     2056CST

  Pike County
    Mc Comb                 31     2103CST

                            Hail ranging in size from quarters to
                            golfballs was reported.

  Jackson County
    Escatawpa               31     2123CST

  Amite County
    4 W Liberty             31     2200CST

                            Thunderstorm winds knocked down a tree
                            which destroyed a mobile home.

NEW JERSEY, Northeast

  Bergen County
    Countywide              28     1200EST
                                   2330EST

  Essex County
    Countywide              28     1200EST
                                   2330EST

  Hudson County
    Countywide              28     1200EST
                                   2330EST

  Passaic County
    Countywide              28     1200EST
                                   2330EST

  Union County
    Countywide              28     1200EST
                                   2330EST

  NJZ003-011                Bergen - Union
                            28     2100EST
                            29     0330EST

                            A strong low pressure system developed
                            across the Southeast U.S. and moved
                            slowly north to northeast along the
                            eastern seaboard to a position just
                            south of Long Island during Saturday
                            morning, March 29th.

                            Heavy rain developed and spread
                            northeast across the region. It
                            resulted in widespread urban flooding.
                            Sections of many streets were flooded
                            including the intersection of Routes 7
                            and 508, Interstate 280 at Exit 9 in
                            West Orange, and South Pacific Street
                            in Newark. The Rahway River at
                            Springfield reached its' flood stage
                            of 5.5 feet at 9 pm on March 28th,
                            then crested at 6.3 feet a few hours
                            later. The Hackensack River at New
                            Milford crested at its' flood stage of
                            6.0 feet at 12:15 am on March 29th.
                            Many small rivers and streams
                            experienced significant within bank
                            rises. Storm Total Rainfall amounts
                            ranged from around 1.5 to 3.0 inches.
                            Here are selected rainfall amounts
                            for:

                            Passaic County - from 1.45 inches at
                            Hawthorne to 2.11 inches at Haskell.

                            Bergen County - from 1.61 inches at
                            Mahwah to 2.44 inches at Oakland. At
                            Teterboro Airport, 1.87 inches was
                            measured.

                            Essex County - from 2.16 inches at
                            Caldwell Airport to 2.35 inches at
                            Newark Airport.

                            Hudson County - from 2.55 inches at
                            Secaucus to 3.09 inches at Harrison.

                            Union County - from 2.79 inches at
                            Elizabeth to 3.05 inches at Kean
                            University in Union.

NEW YORK, Coastal

  Bronx County
    Countywide              28     1200EST
                                   2330EST

  Kings County
    Countywide              28     1200EST
                                   2330EST

  Nassau County
    Countywide              28     1200EST
                                   2330EST

  Queens County
    Countywide              28     1200EST
                                   2330EST

  Richmond County
    Countywide              28     1200EST
                                   2330EST

  Rockland County
    Countywide              28     1200EST
                                   2330EST

  Suffolk County
    Countywide              28     1200EST
                                   2330EST

  Westchester County
    Countywide              28     1200EST
                                   2330EST

  NYZ069                    Rockland
                            28     1915EST
                            29     0800EST

                            A strong low pressure system developed
                            across the Southeast U.S. and moved
                            slowly north to northeast along the
                            eastern seaboard to a position just
                            south of Long Island during Saturday
                            morning, March 29th.

                            Heavy rain developed and spread
                            northeast across the region. It
                            resulted in widespread urban flooding.
                            Sections of many streets were flooded.
                            The Mahwah River at Suffern reached
                            its' flood stage of 4.0 feet at 7:15
                            pm on March 28th and crested around
                            9:30 pm at 4.5 feet. Many small rivers
                            and streams experienced significant
                            within bank rises. Storm Total
                            Rainfall amounts ranged from around
                            2.0 to 3.0 inches. Here are selected
                            rainfall amounts for:

                            Orange County - from 1.61 inches at
                            Montgomery Airport to 2.83 inches at
                            Middletown.

                            Putnam County - 2.24 inches was
                            measured at Carmel.

                            Rockland County - 2.48 inches was
                            measured at Suffern.

                            Westchester County from - 2.72 inches
                            at White Plains to 3.00 inches at
                            Armonk. At Westchester County Airport,
                            1.97 inches was measured.

                            New York City - from 2.50 inches at
                            Sheepshead Bay in Brooklyn to 3.15
                            inches at Middle Village Queens, in
                            At Central Park, 3.02 inches was
                            measured. At LaGuardia Airport, 2.87
                            inches was measured and at JFK
                            Airport, 2.59 inches was measured.

                            Nassau County - from 2.25 inches at
                            Lynbrook to 3.36 inches at Hicksville.

                            Suffolk County - from 0.94 inches at
                            West Hampton Beach to 2.47 inches at
                            Nesconset. At the NWS Upton Office,
                            2.01 inches was measured. At Islip
                            McArthur Airport, 1.29 inches was
                            measured.

NEW YORK, East

  NYZ059                    East Greene
                            28     2300EST
                            29     0000EST

                            In Cairo, 15 County Roads closed due
                            to flooding. Eighteen Fire companies
                            pumped out basements throughout
                            county. A potent area of low pressure
                            and its associated frontal systems,
                            moved northeast across the Ohio and
                            Saint Lawrence Valleys on the 28th of
                            March, bringing with it a significant
                            amount of moisture. Since it took a
                            more western track than previous
                            storms earlier in the month, almost
                            all of the precipitation fell as rain.
                            Rainfall totals, averaging 1-2 inches,
                            but locally as high as 4 inches,
                            accumulated across portions of the
                            eastern New York and adjacent western
                            New England. This rainfall, combined
                            with snow melt, produced signficant
                            runoff, resulting in widespread
                            flooding across the region between
                            March 28th through 31st. Many streams
                            and rivers reached or exceed bankful,
                            including the Mettawee, Housatonic and
                            Mohawk Rivers, as well as the Esopus,
                            Wappingers and Schoharie Creeks.
                            Numerous houses in Columbia and Greene
                            Counties sustained damage when their
                            basements became flooded, and there
                            were many reports of road closures
                            across a large number of counties. One
                            man in the city of Mechanicville,
                            Saratoga County, was transported to a
                            local hospital after being swept away
                            by floodwaters of the Anthony Kill. In
                            Columbia County, many towns reported
                            at least one road closed due to
                            flooding.

OKLAHOMA, Eastern

  Pittsburg County
    4 NE Ashland            24     1822CST

  Washington County
    Bartlesville            24     1839CST

  Washington County
    Ochelata                24     1913CST

  Pittsburg County
    Canadian                24     1924CST

  Pittsburg County
    Hartshorne              24     1931CST

  Mcintosh County
    Eufaula                 24     1937CST

  Mcintosh County
    Vivian                  24     1939CST

  Nowata County
    Delaware                24     1940CST

  Mcintosh County
    6 NE Eufaula            24     1944CST

  Pawnee County
    1 SW Pawnee             24     1944CST

  Mcintosh County
    4 NNE Onapa             24     1946CST

  Latimer County
    8 S Wilburton           24     1952CST

  Rogers County
    Oologah                 24     1953CST

  Rogers County
    4 N Oologah             24     2006CST

  Pawnee County
    Cleveland               24     2009CST

  Pushmataha County
    3 N Clayton             24     2024CST

  Nowata County
    Watova                  24     2029CST

  Sequoyah County
    Gans                    24     2033CST

  Rogers County
    Oologah                 24     2034CST

  Tulsa County
    Sand Spgs               24     2035CST

  Latimer County
    6 SW Bengal             24     2037CST

  Tulsa County
    Collinsville            24     2040CST

  Washington County
    Bartlesville            24     2040CST

  Tulsa County
    6 S Tulsa               24     2050CST

                            Quarter size hail fell near the
                            intersection of Peoria and 61st Street
                            South.

  Rogers County
    Claremore               24     2052CST

  Tulsa County
    Tulsa                   24     2054CST

                            Quarter size hail fell at the KOTV
                            studio in downtown Tulsa.

  Tulsa County
    7 E Tulsa               24     2105CST

                            Penny size hail was reported at the
                            National Weather Service office near
                            the intersection of Highway 169 and
                            11th Street in Tulsa.

  Tulsa County
    11 ENE Tulsa            24     2111CST

                            Quarter size hail was reported near
                            the intersection of 145th East Avenue
                            and 21st Street North in the northeast
                            part of Tulsa.

  Le Flore County
    Shady Pt                24     2121CST

  Tulsa County
    5 SE Tulsa              24     2121CST

                            Quarter size hail was reported near
                            the intersection of Interstate 44 and
                            Sheridan Avenue in the city of Tulsa.

  Craig County
    Vinita                  24     2122CST

  Tulsa County
    Broken Arrow            24     2128CST

SOUTH DAKOTA, West

  SDZ002-012>014-
  025>026-031>032-
  072>073

                            Perkins - Butte - Northern Meade Co
                            Plains - Ziebach - Northern Foot Hills
                            - Rapid City - Pennington Co Plains -
                            Haakon - Sturgis / Piedmont Foothills -
                            Southern Meade Co Plains
                            06     1300MST
                                   2000MST

                            A strong cold front moved across
                            western South Dakota during the
                            daytime hours, bringing gusty winds to
                            the northwest South Dakota plains.
                            Sustained winds of 30 to 45 mph,
                            with gusts to near 65 mph, developed
                            from Buffalo and Lemmon to Rapid City
                            and Philip.

TENNESSEE, Central

  Stewart County
    5 NW Dover              27     1529CST

                            Public reported golf ball size hail.

  Van Buren County
    6 ENE Spencer           27     1642CST

                            Spotter reported golf ball size hail.

  Fentress County
    Grimsley                27     17000ST

                            Spotter reported penny size hail.

  Fentress County
    Grimsley                27     1700CST

                            Tree limbs, as big as a wrist, were
                            blown down.

  Putnam County
    Monterey                27     1750CST

                            Spotter reported quarter size hail in
                            Monterey.

  Marshall County
    Lewisburg               27     1845CST
                                   2000CST

                            Flooding was occurring on Old Lake
                            Road near Lewisburg. By 715 PM CST
                            ... several streets in Lewisburg had
                            water flowing across the roads.

TENNESSEE, East

  Knox County
    Halls Xrds              13     2130EST

                            Dime to penny size hail was reported
                            at Halls Crossroads.

  Grainger County
    Buffalo Spgs            13     2150EST

                            Quarter size hail was reported at
                            Buffalo Springs.

  Hamblen County
    Morristown              13     2205EST

                            Quarter size hail was reported at
                            Morristown.

  Marion County
    South Pittsburg         27     1615CST

                            Penny size hail was reported at South
                            Pittsburg.

  Sequatchie County
    Cagle                   27     1630CST

                            Penny size hail was reported at Cagle.

  Mcminn County
    Etowah                  27     1720EST

                            Penny size hail was reported at
                            Etowah.

  Roane County
    Paint Rock              27     1730EST

                            One tree was reported down in Paint
                            Rock.

  Bledsoe County
    1.5 S Saratoga Spgs
    to Saratoga Spgs        27     1730CST

                            Penny size hail accumulated to a depth
                            of eight inches in some spots in the
                            Bledsoe State Forest.

  Claiborne County
    Tazewell                27     1830EST
                                   1840EST

                            A few trees were reported down on
                            roads across the county.

  Hamilton County
    2 NE Ooltewah           27     1900EST

                            Several trees and power lines were
                            reported down two miles northeast of
                            Ooltewah neary the Bradley county line.

  Bradley County
    1 WSW Mc Donald         27     1905EST

                            Several trees and power lines were
                            reported down near the Hamilton
                            county border near McDonald.

  Meigs County
    Countywide              27     1910EST

                            Several trees and power lines were
                            reported down across the county.

  Mcminn County
    Athens                  27     1915EST

                            Several trees and power lines were
                            reported down across the county.

  Mcminn County
    Calhoun                 27     1920EST

                            Nickel size hail was reported at
                            Calhoun.

  Bradley County
    Hopewell                27     1925EST

                            Golfball size hail was reported at
                            Hopewell.

  Mcminn County
    Athens                  27     1945EST

                            Quarter size hail was reported at
                            Athens.

TEXAS, Northeast

  Nacogdoches County
    Cushing                 14     2050CST

  Panola County
    Carthage                14     2130CST

  Shelby County
    Joaquin                 14     2155CST

  Smith County
    Lindale                 31     1750CST

  Wood County
    Hawkins                 31     1803CST

  Shelby County
    Tenaha                  31     1839CST

                            Hail fell at the intersection of US
                            Highway 59 and County Rd. 4648

  Panola County
    1 S Carthage            31     2010CST

  Smith County
    Tyler                   31     2010CST

                            Hail fell on the west side
                            of town.

  Panola County
    8 SW Carthage           31     2013CST

  Panola County
    12 SE Carthage          31     2015CST

  Harrison County
    1 S Waskom              31     2025CST

  Rusk County
    1 SE Overton            31     2100CST

                            Powerlines downed near a school on
                            State Highway 42.

  Rusk County
    1 S Overton             31     2105CST

                            Powerlines were downed.

  Rusk County
    Tatum                   31     2130CST

  Panola County
    Carthage                31     2140CST

  Panola County
    Beckville               31     2140CST

  Panola County
    1 E Beckville           31     2145CST

                            Thunderstorm winds destroyed 2 homes
                            an damaged several other homes and
                            buildings. There were three injuries
                            ... one was in a home when the roof
                            was blown off their house and two
                            others were injured when a tree fell on
                            their vehicle. All were treated at an
                            area hospital and released.

  Harrison County
    3 W Waskom              31     2200CST

UTAH, West and Central

                            Other impressive precip totals for
                            Northern Utah were: Farmington Bench -
                            3.35", Bountiful Bench - 3.14", North
                            Holliday - 3.10", Centerville - 3.05",
                            University of Utah - 2.65", Sandy - 2.11",
                            Provo (BYU) - 2.01, Hill AFB - 1.99",
                            Pleasant Grove - 1.82", Salt Lake City
                            Airport - 1.63", Ogden airport - 1.40",
                            Provo - 1.08", and Delta - 0.99".

                            Across Central and Southern Utah, snow
                            (total precip) totals were: Brian Head
                            Ski Area - 60" (4.42"), Cedar Breaks -
                            43 (3.20"), Pine Valley Mts - 36"
                            (3.40), Kolob-Zion NP - 32" (2.83"),
                            Bryce Canyon - 28" (2.50"), Long Valley
                            Jet - 23" (3.00"), Fillmore - 7" (1.80"),
                            and Cedar City - 6" (0.57").

                            Other Central and Southern Utah precip
                            totals: Cedar Hills - 2.57", Hanksville
                            - 0.68" and St. George - 0.48".

                            Heavy Snow during this period proved
                            dangerous for back country skiiers. An
                            avalanche on March 24th near Kessler
                            Peak in the Cottonwoods caught 3
                            skiiers, all of whom survived but
                            sustained injuries and were rescued. A
                            second avalanche near Mt. Olympus
                            caught 3 snowshoers, all of whom
                            suffered minor injuries.

  UTZ019                    Utah'S Dixie And Zion National Park
                            23     1000MST
                                   2359MST

                            Access road washed out

                            Heavy rainfall during 18-26th episode
                            washed out a temporary access road to
                            Gunlock. Repair estimate per Washington
                            Co. Emergency Services Mgr.

  UTZ005-015                Great Salt Lake Desert And
                            Mountains/Wendover/Snowville - West
                            Central Utah/Delta
                            24     1220MST
                                   1245MST

                            Fatal Auto accidents with other
                            injuries.

                            Icy roads during the 18-26th episode
                            resulted in numerous crashes on Utah
                            roads. One fatality occurred 23 miles
                            south of Nephiwhen a 76 year old male
                            died when he lost control of his
                            vehicle on I-15. There was one
                            additional injury. Another fatality
                            occurred on SR 112 in Toocle, when a 20
                            month-old boy was ejected from vehicle
                            when driver lost control on icy roads.
                            Seven additional injuries were reported
                            with this accident. Multiple injurues
                            were reported with crashes involving as
                            many as 20 vehicles on I-15. M76VE, M2VE

  UTZ008-008                Wasatch Mountains South Of I80
                            24     1515MST
                                   1745MST

                            Avalanche near Kessler Peak, Big
                            Cottonwood Canyon caught 3 back country
                            skiiers.

                            Heavy Snow during the 18-26th
                            episode proved dangerous for back
                            country skiiers. An avalanche on March
                            24th near Kessler Peak in the
                            Cottonwoods caught 3 skiiers, all of
                            whom survived but sustained injuries
                            and were rescued. A second avalanche
                            near Mt. Olympus caught 3 snowshoers,
                            all of whom suffered minor injuries.

  UTZ007-017                Wasatch Mountains 180 North - Central
                            And Southwest Mountains
                            26     0001MST
                                   1201MST

                            Very cold air behind a departing winter
                            storm allowed temperatures to plunge to
                            record levels. Cedar City broke a 34
                            year record for the date with a low of
                            15 degrees. Randolph in northern Utah
                            dropped to a daily record of 10 degrees.

  UTZ002>008-016>017        Northern Wasatch Front/Brigham
                            City/Ogden Bountiful - Salt Lake And
                            Toole Valleys - Southern Wasatch
                            Front/Lehi/Provo/Nephi - Great Salt
                            Lake Desert And Mountains/
                            Wendover/Snowville - Wasatch Mountain
                            Valleys/Huntsville/Park City/Heber -
                            Wasatch Mountains I80 North - Wasatch
                            Mountains South Of I80 - Southwest
                            Utah/Cedar City/Milford - Central And
                            Southwest Mountains
                            28     1200MST
                            30     1900MST

                            Another series of cold wet storms hit
                            the state, the heaviest snow occurred
                            on the 30th ... when lake-effect snow
                            bands buried parts of Utah, Salt Lake
                            and Davis Counties. The morning commute
                            in and around Salt Lake City was quite
                            messy, with over 100 accidents
                            reported. Much to the dismay of
                            late-season skiiers, Little Cottonwood
                            Canyon was closed all day with 3-5" per
                            hour snows on local roadways.

                            Snow (liquid water equivalent) totals
                            for the 3 day period are as follows (M
                            = missing data): Alta Lifts - 67"
                            (4.65"), Alta UDOT - 64"(5.15"),
                            Solitude - 43" (3.55"), Brighton - 43"
                            (3.37"), Spruces - 42" (3.02"),
                            Farmington Canyon - 40" (3.40"), Snowbird
                            - 38" (2.90"), Snowbasin - 34" (2.53"),
                            Timpanogos Divide - 31" (M), Tony Grove
                            Lake - 30" (2.20"), Brian Head - 28"
                            (2.00"), Ben Lomund Peak and Oquirrh
                            Mountains - 26" (2.20"), Silver Lake - M
                            (2.10"), Parleys Summit - 20" (1.90"),
                            Cedar Breaks - 15"

                            2" (0.43)

  UTZ004                    Southern Wasatch Front/Lehi/Provo/Nephi
                            30     1630MST
                                   1645MST

                            A massive 210 foot wide avalanche traveled
                            over 200 feet and came to rest in a
                            residential area in Woodland HIlls in Utah
                            County. The slide covered a lot just
                            renovated for development, and stopped
                            within 100 feet of a row of new homes. No
                            injuries or property damage.

VIRGIN ISLANDS

  VIZ002                    St. Croix
                            01     0000AST
                            31     2359AST

                            The lack of rainfall in St Croix led to
                            the second driest March on record. Only
                            0.42 inches of rain were recorded at the
                            airport for the entire month where the
                            normal is 1.72 inches. An estimated of
                            1,000 acres had burned in brush fires.

  VIZ002                    St. Croix
                            04     1220AST
                                   1800AST

                            A brush fire scorched more than 300 acres
                            of vegetation near South Sore cafe in
                            Estate Petronelli, several utlity poles
                            were damaged.

  VIZ002                    St. Croix
                            08     1100AST
                                   1430AST

                            More than 15 acres of brush was scorched
                            when a fire crept over an open field
                            between Estates Mon Bijou and Calquohoun.

  VIZ002                    St. Croix
                            11     1400AST

                            A brush fire on the east end of the
                            island consumed more than one 100 acres
                            of parched vegetation near Grape Tree Bay.
                            The fire damaged several utility poles.

  VIZ002                    St. Croix
                            13     1200AST
                                   1900AST

                            Brush fires fueled by brisk winds scorched
                            hundred of acres on St. Croix.
                            Fires were in estates Bethlehem,
                            Calquohoun and Cobble. The fire damaged
                            several telephone poles and some
                            livestock could have perished.

VIRGINIA, Extreme Southwest

  VAZ001-005>006-008        Lee - Scott - Russell - Washington
                            16     0000EST
                                   0930EST

                            A clipper type storm system produced two
                            to five inches of snow in the higher
                            elevations of Southwest Virginia from
                            midnight through 930 am EST. In this
                            time range, the greatest amount of snow
                            fell across Lee and Wise counties.

                               Number of          Estimated
                                Persons             Damage

Location                    Killed   Injured   Property   Crops

ARKANSAS, Northwest

  Franklin County
    8 NW Ozark                0         0

  Crawford County
    Rudy                      0         0

  Crawford County
    3 NE Van Buren            0         0

  Franklin County
    8 N Ozark                 0         0

ARKANSAS, Southwest

  Columbia County
    Magnolia                  0         0

ATLANTIC OCEAN

  Nc-Va Bdr To
  Currituck Beach Lt
  Out 20Nm
    Nc-Va Border to           0         0
    Currituck Beach Light

                            Wind gust of 35 knots measured at Duck,
                            North Carolina.

CONNECTICUT, Southern

  Fairfield County
    Countywide                0         0

  Middlesex County
    Countywide                0         0

  New Haven County
    Countywide                0         0

  New London County
    Countywide                0         0

  CTZ006

                              0         0

                            A strong low pressure system developed
                            across the Southeast U.S. and moved
                            slowly north to northeast along the
                            eastern seaboard to a position just
                            south of Long Island during Saturday
                            morning, March 29th.

                            Heavy rain developed and spread
                            northeast across the region. It
                            resulted in widespread urban flooding.
                            Sections of many streets were flooded.
                            The Quinnipiac River at Wallingford
                            reached its' flood stage of 8.0 feet at
                            1:15 am on March 29th, then crested at
                            8.5 feet at 7:15 am. Many small rivers
                            and streams experienced significant
                            within bank rises. Storm Total Rainfall
                            amounts ranged from around 1.5 to 3.5
                            inches. Here are selected rainfall
                            amounts for:

                            Fairfield County - from 2.16 inches at
                            Sikorsky Airport in Bridgeport to 2.60
                            inches at New Fairfield.

                            New Haven County - from 1.45 inches at
                            Oxford to 2.07 inches at Tweed Airport
                            in New Haven.

                            New London County - from 1.92 inches at
                            New London Airport in Groton to 3.85
                            inches at Norwich.

GEORGIA, North and Central

  GAZ030-034-037
                              0         0         6K

                            Gwinnett: The Atlanta
                            Journal-Constitution reported that a
                            couple of trees and power lines were
                            blown down in the Lilburn area and
                            between Lawrenceville and Buford. One
                            of the downed power lines was near the
                            Mall of Georgia. Some 2700 residents in
                            the area were left without power during
                            the incident.

                            Oconee: A storm spotter reported that
                            strong wind gusts associated with a
                            cold front and a line of showers blew
                            down several trees, as well as power
                            and cable lines in the area.

                            Polk: The Cedartown Standard reported
                            that strong wind gusts associated with
                            a cold front and a line of showers
                            caused some minor damage to some
                            machinery at a Cedartown business.
                            Another resident of Cedartown reported
                            that a trampoline in their yard was
                            blown 350 feet down the street over two
                            rows of trees and some power lines.

  Crisp County
    Cordele to                0         0
    Hatley

                            The Crisp County 911 Center reported
                            penny-sized hail. The Cordele Dispatch
                            reported penny-sized hail in Hatley.

  Wilcox County
    Pitts                     0         0

                            The public reported quarter-sized hail,
                            while the Wilcox County 911 Center
                            reported penny-sized hail.

  Muscogee County
    Columbus                  0         0

                            The Post Office observed penny-sized
                            hail.

  Harris County
    Pine Mtn                  0         0

                            A former employee of the National
                            Weather Service reported nickel-sized
                            hail. The Harris County 911 Center
                            reported pea-sized hail in Waverly Hall.

  Dodge County
    1 S Eastman               0         0

                            The public observed quarter-sized hail
                            just south of Eastman.

  Bibb County
    Macon                     0         0

                            The public reported nickel to
                            quarter-sized hail.

  Meriwether County
    Woodbury                  0         0

                            The Meriwether County Fire Department
                            reported penny-sized hail.

  Laurens County
    Cedar Grove               0         0

                            The public reported nickel-sized hail
                            at a convenience store.

  Pike County
    Molena                    0         0

                            A relative of a postal worker at the
                            Woodbury Post Office in Meriwether
                            county reported "pecan-sized" hail
                            while on a job in Molena.

  Wheeler County
    2 N Glenwood              0         0

                            The public reported penny-sized hail
                            just north of Glenwood at a convenience
                            store.

  Coweta County
    4 NE Thomas Xrds          0         0        150K

                            The Times Herald of Newnan reported
                            that lightning struck the new gymnasium
                            at the Northgate High School on Fisher
                            Road near the commuity of Major in
                            north Coweta county. The school's alarm
                            system was seriously damaged. A nearby
                            bank Automated Teller Machine was also
                            damaged by the lightning strike.

  Douglas County
    Countywide                0         0         60K

                            The Douglas Enterprise reported that
                            thunderstorms caused considerable
                            damage around the county. A mobile home
                            and adjacent satellite dish were
                            destroyed in the rural part of the
                            county. Several trees and power lines
                            were blown down throughout the county.

  Treutlen County
    1 S Soperton              0         0

                            The mayor of Soperton reported that a
                            couple of trees were down on his
                            property. This was also confirmed by
                            the Soperton Police Department.

  Muscogee County
    Columbus                  0         0

                            Employees of a Publix Grocery store and
                            a neighboring lumber store reported
                            penny-sized hail in the vicinity of
                            Whitesville Road.

  Coweta County
    Sargent                   0         0

                            The Sargent Post Office reported
                            penny-sized hail.

  Harris County
    Hamilton                  0         0

                            The Harris County 911 center reported
                            quarter-sized hail.

  Butts County
    Jenkinsburg               0         0         1K

                            The Jenkinsburg Post Office reported
                            that a number of trees were down
                            throughout the county.

  Emanuel County
    1 N Oak Park to           0         0
    2 N Oak Park

                            The Emanuel County Sheriff reported
                            quarter-sized hail while traveling
                            along a 1-mile stretch of Georgia
                            Highway 4 as he crossed Interstate-16
                            just north of Oak Park. The hail broke
                            the windshield wipers on the sheriffs
                            vehicle.

  Montgomery County
    Tarrytown                 0         0

                            The Post Office of Tarrytown reported
                            yet another round of penny-sized hail.

  Henry County
    1 E Mc Donough            0         0        250K

                            The public reported that lightning
                            struck and set a home on fire in the
                            Lake Dow area just east of McDonough.
                            The home was completely destroyed.

  Fayette County
    Fayetteville              0         0

                            Several reports of penny-sized hail
                            were received from the public. An
                            amateur radio operator reported
                            pea-sized hail in the area.

  Clayton County
    Jonesboro to              0         0

    Lovejoy

                            The public reported penny-sized hail at
                            the BP Foodmart in Jonesboro. An
                            amateur radio operator reported
                            penny-sized hail on Tara Boulevard at
                            Flicker Road in Lovejoy.

  Henry County
    Stockbridge to            0         0
    Mc Donough

                            The public reported
                            nickel-sized hail.

  Gwinnett County
    Duluth to                 0         0         30K
    Buford

                            The Gwinnett Daily Post of
                            Lawrenceville reported that two
                            more homes were struck by
                            lightning. At 2:52 pm EST,
                            lightning struck a home
                            on Glen Mary Place in Duluth. The
                            lightning blew a three by six
                            foot hole in the peak of the roof
                            and caused several
                            leaks in the gas line leading to
                            the home. At 2:55 pm EST,
                            lightning struck a home on Quail
                            Creek Drive in Buford, causing
                            damage to an electrical panel box
                            and underground gas line leading
                            to the home.

  Henry County
    Mc Donough                0         0        0.50K

                            The public reported a few
                            trees down along Georgia
                            Highway 155 at Crumbley and
                            North Salem Roads.

  Henry County
    Countywide                0         0

                            Several reports were received
                            from the public of penny to
                            quarter-sized hail.
                            Quarter-sized hail was reported
                            in both Stockbridge and
                            McDonough, while nickel-sized
                            hail was reported northeast of
                            Ola and penny-sized hail was
                            reported in Locust Grove.

  Butts County
    Countywide                0         0         5K

                            The Butts County Sheriff
                            reported that several trees
                            were down across roads
                            throughout the county.

  Newton County
    Newborn                   0         0

                            The public reported nickel-
                            sized hail at a convenience
                            store.

  Morgan County
    Madison                   0         0

                            The public reported penny-sized
                            hail at a gas service station
                            on Monticello Road at
                            Interstate-20.

  Henry County
    Stockbridge               0         0

                            The public reported
                            quarter-sized hail.

  Stewart County
    Lumpkin                   0         0         50K

                            The Stewart County Emergency
                            Management Director reported
                            that a thunderstorm microburst
                            tore the roof off the county's
                            Health Department building and
                            damaged an outdoor storage bin
                            at the Emergency Management
                            Director's facility. In addition,
                            some 40 to 50 trees within the
                            same general small area were
                            blown down, uprooted, or torn
                            apart by the strong winds.

  Sumter County
    Plains                    0         0         3K

                            The Sumter County 911 Center
                            reported that several trees
                            were down in the area and the
                            power was also out in Plains.

  Webster County
    Centerpoint               0         0         1K

                            The Webster County 911 Center
                            reported that several trees
                            were down on East Center Point
                            Road.

  Webster County
    3 SE Centerpoint          0         0

                            The Webster County 911 Center
                            reported penny-sized hail.

GEORGIA, North and Central

  Sumter County
    Countywide                0         0        500K

                            An amateur radio operator
                            reported that extensive flooding
                            was ongoing across the county.
                            Several roads were washed out
                            in the southern portion of the
                            county and within the city of
                            Americus. This occurred as early
                            as 11:00 am EST. Later in the
                            day, around 4:00 pm EST, the
                            County 911 Center reported that
                            many roads throughout the county
                            had been closed. In addition,
                            several small dams had been
                            breached causing additional
                            flash flood concerns and
                            precautionary evacuations.
                            Some cars became flooded and
                            had to be abandoned. Several
                            homes and apartments were
                            flooded. Up to three feet of
                            water was reported in some
                            homes. By late evening, 16 roads
                            in the county had been closed
                            because of flooding. Some of
                            the closed roads included U.S.
                            Highway 19, Boo Cosby Road,
                            Thomas Mill at Mad Dog Road,
                            Pessell Creek Road, Georgia
                            Highway 49 south at the Terrell
                            county line, Anch Helms,
                            Sam Rodgers, Little Bear Branch,
                            and Three Bridges Road from
                            Georgia Highway 377, south.
                            Rainfall of 5-6 inches was
                            common across the county, with
                            some portions of the county
                            receiving 8-9 inches of rain for
                            the period from midnight on the
                            27th  to midnight on the 28th.

  Dooly County
    Countywide                0         0        300K

                            The Dooly County Sheriffs Office
                            reported that there was extensive
                            flooding of roads throughout the
                            county. Several roads were
                            closed by the Department of
                            Transportation as the roads were
                            impassable. The News Observer of
                            Vienna reported that at least 60
                            roads in the county sustained
                            damage in varying degrees.
                            Portions of Vienna were
                            evacuated as a precaution
                            because of potential dam breaks
                            and flash flooding. Rainfall of
                            five to six inches was common
                            with the northwest portion of
                            the county receiving six to
                            eight inches of rain.

  Macon County
    Countywide                0         0        150K

                            The Citizen and Georgian of
                            Montezuma reported that several
                            roads were flooded, washed out,
                            and closed.

  Wilcox County
    Northwest Portion         0         0        150K

                            The public reported that extensive
                            flash flooding was ongoing, mainly
                            in the western portion of the
                            county. Several roads were
                            washed out. A number of people
                            were trapped in their homes by
                            rising flood waters and others
                            were trapped in their cars with
                            water rising up to the hood level.
                            Four to six inches of rain fell
                            across the northwest part of the
                            county, mainly northwest of
                            Rochelle. Much of this information
                            was confirmed by the county 911
                            Center.

  Dooly County
    5 NE Vienna               0         0

                            The Dooly County 911 Center
                            reported penny-sized hail.

  Montgomery County
    North Portion             0         0         50K

                            The local Montgomery county
                            newspaper reported that several
                            inches of rain had fallen during
                            the morning hours resulting in
                            flooding of several roads in
                            the county. Warnock Pond Road
                            near Tarrytown was washed out
                            and caved in. Several dirt roads
                            in the county, especially the
                            northern portion, were also
                            washed out and closed.

  Telfair County
    Milan to                  0         0        100K
    Mc Rae

                            The Telfair Enterprise reported
                            that early morning heavy rain,
                            on the order of four inches or
                            more, resulted in damage to
                            several county roads. County
                            Road 13 and County Road 106,
                            between McRae and Milan were
                            washed out and would require
                            extensive repair. A pair
                            of large sinkholes had developed
                            on County Road 13 from the
                            pressure of the extensive runoff.
                            Drainage pipes were washed out
                            from the under the roads and
                            swept quite some distance away
                            from their original location.

  Monroe County
    Juliette                  0         0         50K

                            The Monroe County Reporter of
                            Forsyth reported that lightning
                            struck and set a home on fire in
                            far northeast Monroe county. The
                            fire was confined to the kitchen.
                            In addition, an adjacent
                            tractor-trailer was damaged by
                            the lightning and resulting fire.

  Troup County
    La Grange                 0         0

                            The public reported penny-sized
                            hail.

  Dodge County
    Countywide                0         0        250K

                            The Dodge County 911 Center and the
                            Dodge County News of Eastman reported
                            extensive flooding and flash flooding
                            throughout the county. Numerous roads
                            were flooded throughout the county
                            and several had been closed. Several
                            small dams were also breached. In
                            addition, one home was destroyed by
                            the flash flooding that occurred.
                            Rainfall amounts of four to six
                            inches, with isolated amounts of
                            seven to eight inches were observed.

  Bleckley County
    Countywide                0         0        100K

                            The Bleckley County Emergency
                            Management Director reported that
                            extensive flooding was occurring in
                            many areas of the county. U.S.
                            Highway 129 was closed east of
                            Cochran because of flooding. Several
                            small dams in the county had been
                            breached. Rainfall of four to six
                            inches was common throughout the
                            county, with local amounts up to
                            eight inches.

  Houston County
    Countywide                0         0        250K

                            The public and the Houston Home
                            Journal reported that extensive
                            flooding in the Perry area of
                            southern Houston county. Water was
                            up to two feet deep around a number
                            of homes in Warner Robbins and Perry
                            and some homes had been flooded. One
                            female had to be rescued from her
                            property. Several cars were inundated
                            and destroyed by the flooding.
                            Ditches and creeks were out of their
                            banks and flowing over the roadways.
                            A portion of Park Avenue in Perry
                            collapsed from the flooding. In
                            addition, Clopine Lake Dam in
                            southeast Peach county was breached
                            and threatened portions of Perry in
                            western Houston county. Residents of
                            the area were evacuated, but no
                            problems resulted in Houston county
                            as a result of the dam failure.
                            Rainfall of six to eight inches was
                            common across much of the southern
                            portion of Houston county in the
                            24-hour period from midnight on the
                            27th to midnight on the 28th.

  Pulaski County
    Countywide                0         0        250K

                            The Pulaski County Sheriffs office
                            and the Hawkinsville Dispatch and
                            News reported that extensive flooding
                            was occurring throughout the county.
                            A number of secondary county roads
                            were flooded and closed. A portion
                            of Georgia Highway 112 was washed out
                            in the southern portion of the
                            county. In addition, the Hawkinsville
                            North Fresh Water Plant had to be
                            closed because of flooding. Rainfall
                            of four to five inches fell across
                            much of the county between mid
                            morning and early evening, with local
                            amounts of six to eight inches,
                            especially in the far northern
                            portion of the county. Isolated
                            reports of up to 10.5 inches of rain
                            were also received.

  Harris County
    4 ESE Pine Mtn            0         0

                            The Forest Service at the F. D.
                            Roosevelt State Park in extreme
                            northeast Harris county reported
                            quarter-sized hail.

  Meriwether County
    Greenville                0         0

                            The Meriwether County Sheriff
                            reported nickel-sized hail.

  Fulton County
    Alpharetta to             0         0
    Roswell

                            Several reports of penny to
                            quarter-sized hail were received
                            from the public. Nickel-sized hail
                            was reported in Roswell, while
                            penny to quarter-sized hail was
                            reported in Alpharetta.

  Coweta County
    4 WSW Newnan              0         0         5K

                            The Times Herald of Newnan reported
                            that lightning struck a home on
                            Smokey Road in southwest Coweta
                            county causing damage to the
                            electrical system of the home, but
                            little other damage.

GEORGIA, North and Central

  Sumter County
    Countywide                0         0        500K

                            An amateur radio operator reported
                            that extensive flooding was ongoing
                            across the county. Several roads
                            were washed out in the southern
                            portion of the county and within
                            the city of Americus. This occurred
                            as early as 11:00 am EST. Later in
                            the day, around 4:00 pm EST, the
                            County 911 Center reported that
                            many roads throughout the county had
                            been closed. In addition, several
                            small dams had been breached
                            causing additional flash flood
                            concerns and precautionary
                            evacuations. Some cars became
                            flooded and had to be abanonded.
                            Several homes and apartments were
                            flooded. Up to three feet of water
                            was reported in some homes. By late
                            evening, 16 roads in the county had
                            been closed because of flooding.
                            Some of the closed roads included
                            U.S. Highway 19, Boo Cosby Road,
                            Thomas Mill at Mad Dog Road, Pessell
                            Creek Road, Georgia Highway 49 south
                            at the Terrell county line, Anch
                            Helms, Sam Rodgers, Little Bear
                            Branch, and Three Bridges Road from
                            Georgia Highway 377, south. Rainfall
                            of 5-6 inches was common across the
                            county, with some portions of the
                            county receiving 8-9 inches of rain
                            for the period from midnight on the
                            27th to midnight on the 28th.

  Dooly County
    Countywide                0         0        300K

                            The Dooly County Sheriffs Office
                            reported that there was extensive
                            flooding of roads throughout the
                            county. Several roads were closed by
                            the Department of Transportation as
                            the roads were impassable. The News
                            Observer of Vienna reported that at
                            least 60 roads in the county
                            sustained damage in varying
                            degrees. Portions of Vienna were
                            evacuated as a precaution because
                            of potential dam breaks and flash
                            flooding. Rainfall of five to six
                            inches was common with the northwest
                            portion of the county receiving six
                            to eight inches of rain.

  Macon County
    Countywide                0         0        150K

                            The Citizen and Georgian of
                            Montezuma reported that several
                            roads were flooded, washed out,
                            and closed.

  Wilcox County
    Northwest Portion         0         0        150K

                            The public reported that extensive
                            flash flooding was ongoing, mainly
                            in the western portion of the county.
                            Several roads were washed out. A
                            number of people were trapped in
                            their homes by rising flood waters
                            and others were trapped in their
                            cars with water rising up to the
                            hood level. Four to six inches of
                            rain fell across the northwest part
                            of the county, mainly northwest of
                            Rochelle. Much of this information
                            was confirmed by the county 911
                            Center.

  Dooly County
    5 NE Vienna               0         0

                            The Dooly County 911 Center reported
                            penny-sized hail.

  Montgomery County
    North Portion             0         0         50K

                            The local Montgomery county newspaper
                            reported that several inches of rain
                            had fallen during the morning hours
                            resulting in flooding of several
                            roads in the county. Warnock Pond
                            Road near Tarrytown was washed out
                            and caved in. Several dirt roads in
                            the county, especially the northern
                            portion, were also washed out and
                            closed.

  Telfair County
    Milan to                  0         0        100K
    Mc Rae

                            The Telfair Enterprise reported that
                            early morning heavy rain, on the
                            order of four inches or more,
                            resulted in damage to several county
                            roads. County Road 13 and County Road
                            106, between McRae and Milan were
                            washed out and would require
                            extensive repair. A pair of large
                            sinkholes had developed on County
                            Road 13 from the pressure of the
                            extensive runoff. Drainage pipes were
                            washed out from the under the roads
                            and swept quite some distance away
                            from their original location.

  Monroe County
    Juliette                  0         0         50K

                            The Monroe County Reporter of Forsyth
                            reported that lightning struck and
                            set a home on fire in far northeast
                            Monroe county. The fire was confined
                            to the kitchen. In addition, an
                            adjacent tractor-trailer was
                            damaged by the lightning and
                            resulting fire.

  Troup County
    La Grange                 0         0

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Peach County
    Clopine                   0         0         25K

                            The Peach County 911 Center reported a
                            partial failure of the Clopine Lake Dam
                            in the far southeast part of the county
                            just off U.S. Highway 341. Nearly
                            two-thirds of the water in the lake
                            flowed through the breach in the
                            dam into Big Indian Creek.

  Coweta County
    Newnan                    0         0

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  GAZ054
                              0         0         5K

                            The Peachtree City Police reported that a
                            strong wind gust, associated with a cold
                            front moving through the area, blew the
                            Windows out of the front facade of the
                            Peachtree City Wal Mart Supercenter.
                            All of the thunderstorms had moved
                            well east of the area at the time.

  Harris County
    2 SW Whitesville          0         0

                            The public reported quarter to golf
                            ball-sized hail.

  Gilmer County
    Pleasant Valley           0         0

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Upson County
    Thomaston                 0         0        250K

                            The Upson County Emergency Manager reported
                            that two homes were struck by lightning.
                            The roof of one home was set on fire
                            and the home was completely destroyed.
                            The other home suffered major damage.

  Upson County
    5 W Thomaston             0         0

                            The Upson County 911 Center reported
                            penny-sized hail.

  Jones County
    1 SW Griswoldville to     0         0
    3 S Gray

                            The public reported quarter to half
                            dollar-sized hail southwest of
                            Griswoldville
                            near the Bibb/Jones county line while WMAZ
                            Television of Macon and the Jones County
                            Emergency Management (EMA) Director
                            reported nickel-sized hail south of Gray.
                            The EMA Director indicated that the hail
                            accumulated to a depth of six inches on
                            the ground.

  Baldwin County
    Milledgeville             0         0

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Bibb County
    3 N Macon                 0         0

                            WMAZ Television of Macon relayed a
                            report of nickel-sized hail.

  Walton County
    Monroe                    0         0

                            reported that a city employee working
                            near a creek in Monroe had to be rescued
                            From the creek when the fast rushing water
                            pinned him up against a culvert.

  Rockdale County
    Conyers                   0         0        500K

                            The Macon Telegraph reported that
                            lightning struck and set on fire a
                            historic monestary. The building was
                            built by Trappist Monks more than six
                            decades ago. Three of the building's
                            wings were completely destroyed by the
                            ensuing fire and the fourth was
                            damaged beyond repair. One firefighter
                            suffered injuries while fighting the
                            blaze.

  Troup County
    La Grange                 0         0

                            The public reported penny to
                            quarter-sized hail.

  Warren County
    5 N Warrenton             0         0

                            The public reported penny-sized hail
                            near the intersection of Georgia
                            Highway 80 and Ridge Road.

  Heard County
    Countywide                0         0         25K

                            The Heard County 911 Center reported
                            that a number of roads in the county
                            were flooded. Mayhayley Road was
                            closed as it was not passable.

  Upson County
    Thomaston                 0         0

                            The public reported nickel-sized
                            hail.

  Harris County
    Countywide                0         0         50K

                            The Harris County Emergency Management
                            Director reported that many roads
                            throughout the county were flooded
                            with water up to a foot deep flowing
                            over many of the roads. Consequently,
                            several roads had to be closed
                            throughout the day.

  Lamar County
    Barnesville               0         0

                            A deputy with the Lamar County
                            Sheriffs Office reported quarter to
                            golf ball-sized hail in Barnesville
                            on Carafax Road. The public and the
                            Herald Gazette of Barnesville reported
                            nickel to quarter-sized hail at the
                            Lamar County High School.

  Lamar County
    Barnesville               0         0

                            The Herald Gazette of Barnesville
                            reported that a few trees were blown
                            down near the county high school.

  Crawford County
    Roberta                   0         0        0.25K

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

  Jones County
    Wayside                   0         0

                            The Jones County Emergency Management
                            Director reported nickel-sized hail.

  De Kalb County
    North Atlanta             0         0

                            The official river gage at Peachtree
                            Creek rose to 17.8 feet, which is 0.8
                            feet above the flood stage. Flooding
                            results along Woodward Way and at the
                            Bobby Jones Golf Course adjacent to
                            the creek. Water also rises in the
                            yards of several homes and apartments
                            adjacent to the creek.

  Fulton County
    Atlanta                   0         0

                            The official river gage at Peachtree
                            Creek rose to 17.8 feet, which is 0.8
                            feet above the flood stage. Flooding
                            results along Woodward Way and at the
                            Bobby Jones Golf Course adjacent to
                            the creek. Water also rises in the
                            yards of several homes and apartments
                            adjacent to the creek.

                            General rainfall of 2-3 inches was
                            common across much of the region
                            during the early to mid-morning hours.
                            This rain fell on saturated soil from
                            previous heavy rainfall on the 27th.
                            The following counties below listed
                            specific flooding conditions during
                            the event.

                            Carroll: The Times Georgian of
                            Carrollton reported that several roads
                            in the county were flooded. No flash
                            flooding was reported.

                            Heard: The Heard County 911 Center
                            reported that several roads in the
                            county were flooded. Mayhayley Road
                            was closed.

                            Harris: Rainfall of three to five
                            inches across much of the county
                            resulted in general flooding of some
                            roads and low-lying areas.

                            Upson: The Upson County Emergency
                            Manager reported that several inches
                            of rain had fallen during the morning
                            and early afternoon hours on very
                            saturated ground. This had resulted
                            in minor flooding of Potato Creek in
                            the Thomaston area. This area, as well
                            as areas along the Flint River, were
                            being monitored for possible
                            evaucation. In addition, a dam was
                            being monitored one mile north of
                            Thomaston for a possible failure.

GULF OF MEXICO

  Pascagoula Ms To Sw
  Pass Of Ms R 20 To
  60Nm
    45 E Venice               0         0

  Sw Pass Of The Ms R
  To Atchafalaya R La
  Out 20Nm
    20 S Venice               0         0

  Sw Pass Of The Ms R
  To Atchafalaya R La
  Out 20Nm
    20 S Venice               0         0

  Sw Pass Of The Ms R
  To Atchafalaya R La
  Out 20Nm
    Grand Isle                0         0

  Pascagoula Ms To Sw
  Pass Of Ms R Out
  20Nm
    22 SSE Biloxi             0         0

LOUISIANA, Northwest

  Lincoln Parish
    10 NW Ruston              0         0

                            Hail covered the ground at Hwy 146.

  Bienville Parish
    10 S Arcadia              0         0

  Lincoln Parish
    Downsville                0         0

  Ouachita Parish
    14 W Monroe               0         0

                            Hail fell near Calhoun.

  Ouachita Parish
    Monroe                    0         0

  Jackson Parish
    Jonesboro                 0         0

  Caldwell Parish
    5 N Columbia              0         0

  Winn Parish
    5 NW Calvin               0         0

  Grant Parish
    Montgomery                0         0

  La Salle Parish
    Jena                      0         0

  Caddo Parish
    Bethany                   0         0

  De Soto Parish
    Logansport                0         0

  Caddo Parish
    Greenwood                 0         0

                            Hail covered the ground.

  De Soto Parish
    Mansfield                 0         0

  Red River Parish
    4 E Hall Summit           0         0

                            Hail fell one mile north of Womack
                            and covered the ground.

  Bienville Parish
    Ringgold                  0         0

  Grant Parish
    8 SE Colfax               0         0

                            Hail covered the ground near US
                            Hwy 71.

  Caddo Parish
    2 S Shreveport            0         0

                            Hail fell one mile north of Wallace
                            Lake.

  Caddo Parish
    Blanchard                 0         0

  Bossier Parish
    Plain Dealing             0         0

  Bienville Parish
    Ringgold                  0         0

  Sabine Parish
    Zwolle                    0         0

  Natchitoches Parish
    Natchitoches              0         0

  De Soto Parish
    1 N Logansport            0         0

  Caddo Parish
    Blanchard                 0         0

                            Hail fell at the Hillside Trailer
                            Park.

  Caddo Parish
    Blanchard                 0         0

  Bossier Parish
    1 S Benton                0         0

  Bossier Parish
    5 E Benton                0         0

                            Hail fell in the Palmetto
                            Subdivision.

  De Soto Parish
    Stonewall                 0         0

  Caddo Parish
    11 SW Greenwood           0         0

  Caddo Parish
    Vivian                    0         0

  De Soto Parish
    Keatchie                  0         0

  De Soto Parish
    Stonewall                 0         0

  Bienville Parish
    2 W Arcadia               0         0

  Bienville Parish
    10 W Castor               0         0

  Red River Parish
    5 W Hall Summit           0         0

                            Several trees were blown down near
                            Crossroads and Highway 71.

  Claiborne Parish
    Athens                    0         0

  Caddo Parish
    11 SW Greenwood           0         0

  Caddo Parish
    Shreveport                0         0

                            Powerlines were downed on Ellerbe
                            Road.

  Bossier Parish
    13 SE Bossier City        0         0

                            Several trees were downed along Hwy
                            71 near the communities of Cooterville
                            and Ninock.

  Lincoln Parish
    Downsville                0         0

  Red River Parish
    Coushatta                 0         0

                            Numerous trees downed along Hwy 71
                            between Crossroads and Coushatta.

  Red River Parish
    6 NE Hall Summit          0         0

  Bienville Parish
    Castor                    0         0

                            Numerous trees and powerlines downed.

  Bienville Parish
    Castor                    0         0

                            Hail covered the ground.

  Webster Parish
    Minden                    0         0

                            Powerlines downed.

  Union Parish
    10 SE Marion              0         0

                            Hail fell approximately 2 miles north
                            of Sterlington.

  Natchitoches Parish
    17 NE Campti              0         0

                            Penny sized hail covered the ground
                            in the community of Readhimer.

  Jackson Parish
    Jonesboro                 0         0

  Natchitoches Parish
    Campti                    0         0

                            Trees downed.

LOUISIANA, Southeast

  Terrebonne Parish
    Houma                     0         0         3K

                            Thunderstorm winds knocked down twenty
                            utility poles and several trees and
                            ripped the roof off of an old shed. A
                            tree was blown down on top of a mobile
                            home.

  Lafourche Parish
    1.5 S Lockport            0         0         2K

                            Power lines were blown down and the
                            roof of an abandoned trailer was
                            ripped off.

  East Baton Rouge
  Parish
    Pride                     0         0

                            Nickel size hail covered the ground.

  East Feliciana Parish
    Clinton                   0         0

  St. Helena Parish
    Greensburg                0         0

  Washington Parish
    Mt Hermon                 0         0

  St. Bernard Parish
    2 ESE Yscloskey           0         0

  Plaquemines Parish
    Empire to                 0         0
    Port Sulphur

  St. Tammany Parish
    Slidell Arpt              0         0

                            One inch diameter hail was observed at
                            the National Weather Service Office
                            in Slidell.

  St. Tammany Parish
    Pearl River               0         0

                            Hail ranging in size from pennies to
                            tennis balls was observed around Pearl
                            River.

  Livingston Parish
    Denham Spgs               0         0

  East Baton Rouge
  Parish
    Greenwell Spgs            0         0

  East Baton Rouge
  Parish
    Baton Rouge               0         0

  Livingston Parish
    Livingston to             0         0
    Walker

                            Golfball size hail was reported along
                            Highway 190 from Livingston to Walker
                            and also in Watson.

  Washington Parish
    4 S Franklinton           0         0

  Tangipahoa Parish
    Amite                     0         0

  St. Tammany Parish
    3 NNW Pearl River         0         0

                            Baseball size hail was reported in the
                            community of Hickory.

  Tangipahoa Parish
    4 ESE Tangipahoa          0         0

MISSISSIPPI, South

  Wilkinson County
    Centreville               0         0         1K

                            Power lines were knocked down by
                            thunderstorm winds.

  Pearl River County
    Poplarville to            0         0        1.5K
    White Sand

                            Trees were blown down by thunderstorm
                            winds in Poplarville on McNeil and
                            McHenry roads and along Highway 26
                            between Poplarville and White Sand.

  Wilkinson County
    Centreville               0         0

                            Hail up to the size of golfballs was
                            observed. The hail broke the glass
                            windows in some vehicles.

  Pearl River County
    6 NE Poplarville          0         0

  Hancock County
    Kiln                      0         0

  Walthall County
    5 N Tylertown             0         0

  Hancock County
    9 W Kiln                  0         0

  Pearl River County
    1 W Picayune              0         0

  Hancock County
    10 NNE Kiln               0         0

  Pearl River County
    10 NE Poplarville         0         0

  Harrison County
    Countywide                0         0

  Jackson County
    Countywide                0         0

                            Heavy rainfall of 2 to 4 inches
                            during the evening hours produced
                            considerable street flooding in parts
                            of Harrison and Jackson counties.

  Pike County
    Magnolia                  0         0

  Pike County
    Mc Comb                   0         0

                            Hail ranging in size from quarters to
                            golfballs was reported.

  Jackson County
    Escatawpa                 0         0

  Amite County
    4 W Liberty               0         0         10K

                            Thunderstorm winds knocked down a tree
                            which destroyed a mobile home.

NEW JERSEY, Northeast

  Bergen County
    Countywide                0         0

  Essex County
    Countywide                0         0

  Hudson County
    Countywide                0         0

  Passaic County
    Countywide                0         0

  Union County
    Countywide                0         0

  NJZ003-011
                              0         0

                            A strong low pressure system developed
                            across the Southeast U.S. and moved
                            slowly north to northeast along the
                            eastern seaboard to a position just
                            south of Long Island during Saturday
                            morning, March 29th.

                            Heavy rain developed and spread
                            northeast across the region. It
                            resulted in widespread urban flooding.
                            Sections of many streets were flooded
                            including the intersection of Routes 7
                            and 508, Interstate 280 at Exit 9 in
                            West Orange, and South Pacific Street
                            in Newark. The Rahway River at
                            Springfield reached its' flood stage
                            of 5.5 feet at 9 pm on March 28th,
                            then crested at 6.3 feet a few hours
                            later. The Hackensack River at New
                            Milford crested at its' flood stage of
                            6.0 feet at 12:15 am on March 29th.
                            Many small rivers and streams
                            experienced significant within bank
                            rises. Storm Total Rainfall amounts
                            ranged from around 1.5 to 3.0 inches.
                            Here are selected rainfall amounts
                            for:

                            Passaic County - from 1.45 inches at
                            Hawthorne to 2.11 inches at Haskell.

                            Bergen County - from 1.61 inches at
                            Mahwah to 2.44 inches at Oakland. At
                            Teterboro Airport, 1.87 inches was
                            measured.

                            Essex County - from 2.16 inches at
                            Caldwell Airport to 2.35 inches at
                            Newark Airport.

                            Hudson County - from 2.55 inches at
                            Secaucus to 3.09 inches at Harrison.

                            Union County - from 2.79 inches at
                            Elizabeth to 3.05 inches at Kean
                            University in Union.

NEW YORK, Coastal

  Bronx County
    Countywide                0         0

  Kings County
    Countywide                0         0

  Nassau County
    Countywide                0         0

  Queens County
    Countywide                0         0

  Richmond County
    Countywide                0         0

  Rockland County
    Countywide                0         0

  Suffolk County
    Countywide                0         0

  Westchester County
    Countywide                0         0

  NYZ069
                              0         0

                            A strong low pressure system developed
                            across the Southeast U.S. and moved
                            slowly north to northeast along the
                            eastern seaboard to a position just
                            south of Long Island during Saturday
                            morning, March 29th.

                            Heavy rain developed and spread
                            northeast across the region. It
                            resulted in widespread urban flooding.
                            Sections of many streets were flooded.
                            The Mahwah River at Suffern reached
                            its' flood stage of 4.0 feet at 7:15
                            pm on March 28th and crested around
                            9:30 pm at 4.5 feet. Many small rivers
                            and streams experienced significant
                            within bank rises. Storm Total
                            Rainfall amounts ranged from around
                            2.0 to 3.0 inches. Here are selected
                            rainfall amounts for:

                            Orange County - from 1.61 inches at
                            Montgomery Airport to 2.83 inches at
                            Middletown.

                            Putnam County - 2.24 inches was
                            measured at Carmel.

                            Rockland County - 2.48 inches was
                            measured at Suffern.

                            Westchester County from - 2.72 inches
                            at White Plains to 3.00 inches at
                            Armonk. At Westchester County Airport,
                            1.97 inches was measured.

                            New York City - from 2.50 inches at
                            Sheepshead Bay in Brooklyn to 3.15
                            inches at Middle Village Queens, in
                            At Central Park, 3.02 inches was
                            measured. At LaGuardia Airport, 2.87
                            inches was measured and at JFK
                            Airport, 2.59 inches was measured.

                            Nassau County - from 2.25 inches at
                            Lynbrook to 3.36 inches at Hicksville.

                            Suffolk County - from 0.94 inches at
                            West Hampton Beach to 2.47 inches at
                            Nesconset. At the NWS Upton Office,
                            2.01 inches was measured. At Islip
                            McArthur Airport, 1.29 inches was
                            measured.

NEW YORK, East

  NYZ059
                              0         0        100K

                            In Cairo, 15 County Roads closed due
                            to flooding. Eighteen Fire companies
                            pumped out basements throughout
                            county. A potent area of low pressure
                            and its associated frontal systems,
                            moved northeast across the Ohio and
                            Saint Lawrence Valleys on the 28th of
                            March, bringing with it a significant
                            amount of moisture. Since it took a
                            more western track than previous
                            storms earlier in the month, almost
                            all of the precipitation fell as rain.
                            Rainfall totals, averaging 1-2 inches,
                            but locally as high as 4 inches,
                            accumulated across portions of the
                            eastern New York and adjacent western
                            New England. This rainfall, combined
                            with snow melt, produced signficant
                            runoff, resulting in widespread
                            flooding across the region between
                            March 28th through 31st. Many streams
                            and rivers reached or exceed bankful,
                            including the Mettawee, Housatonic and
                            Mohawk Rivers, as well as the Esopus,
                            Wappingers and Schoharie Creeks.
                            Numerous houses in Columbia and Greene
                            Counties sustained damage when their
                            basements became flooded, and there
                            were many reports of road closures
                            across a large number of counties. One
                            man in the city of Mechanicville,
                            Saratoga County, was transported to a
                            local hospital after being swept away
                            by floodwaters of the Anthony Kill. In
                            Columbia County, many towns reported
                            at least one road closed due to
                            flooding.

OKLAHOMA, Eastern

  Pittsburg County
    4 NE Ashland              0         0

  Washington County
    Bartlesville              0         0

  Washington County
    Ochelata                  0         0

  Pittsburg County
    Canadian                  0         0

  Pittsburg County
    Hartshorne                0         0

  Mcintosh County
    Eufaula                   0         0

  Mcintosh County
    Vivian                    0         0

  Nowata County
    Delaware                  0         0

  Mcintosh County
    6 NE Eufaula              0         0

  Pawnee County
    1 SW Pawnee               0         0

  Mcintosh County
    4 NNE Onapa               0         0

  Latimer County
    8 S Wilburton             0         0

  Rogers County
    Oologah                   0         0

  Rogers County
    4 N Oologah               0         0

  Pawnee County
    Cleveland                 0         0

  Pushmataha County
    3 N Clayton               0         0

  Nowata County
    Watova                    0         0

  Sequoyah County
    Gans                      0         0

  Rogers County
    Oologah                   0         0

  Tulsa County
    Sand Spgs                 0         0

  Latimer County
    6 SW Bengal               0         0

  Tulsa County
    Collinsville              0         0

  Washington County
    Bartlesville              0         0

  Tulsa County
    6 S Tulsa                 0         0

                            Quarter size hail fell near the
                            intersection of Peoria and 61st Street
                            South.

  Rogers County
    Claremore                 0         0

  Tulsa County
    Tulsa                     0         0

                            Quarter size hail fell at the KOTV
                            studio in downtown Tulsa.

  Tulsa County
    7 E Tulsa                 0         0

                            Penny size hail was reported at the
                            National Weather Service office near
                            the intersection of Highway 169 and
                            11th Street in Tulsa.

  Tulsa County
    11 ENE Tulsa              0         0

                            Quarter size hail was reported near
                            the intersection of 145th East Avenue
                            and 21st Street North in the northeast
                            part of Tulsa.

  Le Flore County
    Shady Pt                  0         0

  Tulsa County
    5 SE Tulsa                0         0

                            Quarter size hail was reported near
                            the intersection of Interstate 44 and
                            Sheridan Avenue in the city of Tulsa.

  Craig County
    Vinita                    0         0

  Tulsa County
    Broken Arrow              0         0

SOUTH DAKOTA, West

  SDZ002-012>014-
  025>026-031>032-
  072>073
                              0         0          0         0

                            A strong cold front moved across
                            western South Dakota during the
                            daytime hours, bringing gusty winds to
                            the northwest South Dakota plains.
                            Sustained winds of 30 to 45 mph,
                            with gusts to near 65 mph, developed
                            from Buffalo and Lemmon to Rapid City
                            and Philip.

TENNESSEE, Central

  Stewart County
    5 NW Dover                0         0

                            Public reported golf ball size hail.

  Van Buren County
    6 ENE Spencer             0         0

                            Spotter reported golf ball size hail.

  Fentress County
    Grimsley                  0         0

                            Spotter reported penny size hail.

  Fentress County
    Grimsley                  0         0

                            Tree limbs, as big as a wrist, were
                            blown down.

  Putnam County
    Monterey                  0         0

                            Spotter reported quarter size hail in
                            Monterey.

  Marshall County
      Lewisburg               0         0          1K

                            Flooding was occurring on Old Lake
                            Road near Lewisburg. By 715 PM CST
                            ... several streets in Lewisburg had
                            water flowing across the roads.

TENNESSEE, East

  Knox County
       Halls Xrds             0         0

                            Dime to penny size hail was reported
                            at Halls Crossroads.

   Grainger County
     Buffalo Spgs             0         0

                            Quarter size hail was reported at
                            Buffalo Springs.

   Hamblen County
    Morristown                0         0

                            Quarter size hail was reported at
                            Morristown.

  Marion County
      South Pittsburg         0         0

                            Penny size hail was reported at South
                            Pittsburg.

  Sequatchie County
      Cagle                   0         0

                            Penny size hail was reported at Cagle.

  Mcminn County
    Etowah                    0         0

                            Penny size hail was reported at
                            Etowah.

  Roane County
    Paint Rock                0         0          2K

                            One tree was reported down in Paint
                            Rock.

  Bledsoe County
    1.5 S Saratoga Spgs
    to Saratoga Spgs          0         0

                            Penny size hail accumulated to a depth
                            of eight inches in some spots in the
                            Bledsoe State Forest.

  Claiborne County
    Tazewell                  0         0          6K

                            A few trees were reported down on
                            roads across the county.

  Hamilton County
    2 NE Ooltewah             0         0         20K

                            Several trees and power lines were
                            reported down two miles northeast of
                            Ooltewah neary the Bradley county line.

  Bradley County
    1 WSW Mc Donald           0         0         20K

                            Several trees and power lines were
                            reported down near the Hamilton
                            county border near McDonald.

  Meigs County
    Countywide                0         0         25K

                            Several trees and power lines were
                            reported down across the county.

  Mcminn County
    Athens                    0         0         25K

                            Several trees and power lines were
                            reported down across the county.

  Mcminn County
    Calhoun                   0         0

                            Nickel size hail was reported at
                            Calhoun.

  Bradley County
    Hopewell                  0         0

                            Golfball size hail was reported at
                            Hopewell.

  Mcminn County
    Athens                    0         0

                            Quarter size hail was reported at
                            Athens.

TEXAS, Northeast

  Nacogdoches County
    Cushing                   0         0

  Panola County
    Carthage                  0         0

  Shelby County
    Joaquin                   0         0

  Smith County
    Lindale                   0         0

  Wood County
    Hawkins                   0         0

  Shelby County
    Tenaha                    0         0

                            Hail fell at the intersection of US
                            Highway 59 and County Rd. 4648

  Panola County
    1 S Carthage              0         0

  Smith County
    Tyler                     0         0

                            Hail fell on the west side
                            of town.

  Panola County
    8 SW Carthage             0         0

  Panola County
    12 SE Carthage            0         0

  Harrison County
    1 S Waskom                0         0

  Rusk County
    1 SE Overton              0         0

                            Powerlines downed near a school on
                            State Highway 42.

  Rusk County
    1 S Overton               0         0

                            Powerlines were downed.

  Rusk County
    Tatum                     0         0

  Panola County
    Carthage                  0         0

  Panola County
    Beckville                 0         0

  Panola County
    1 E Beckville             0         3        700K

                            Thunderstorm winds destroyed 2 homes
                            an damaged several other homes and
                            buildings. There were three injuries
                            ... one was in a home when the roof
                            was blown off their house and two
                            others were injured when a tree fell on
                            their vehicle. All were treated at an
                            area hospital and released.

  Harrison County
    3 W Waskom                0         0

UTAH, West and Central

                            Other impressive precip totals for
                            Northern Utah were: Farmington Bench -
                            3.35", Bountiful Bench - 3.14", North
                            Holliday - 3.10", Centerville - 3.05",
                            University of Utah - 2.65", Sandy - 2.11",
                            Provo (BYU) - 2.01, Hill AFB - 1.99",
                            Pleasant Grove - 1.82", Salt Lake City
                            Airport - 1.63", Ogden airport - 1.40",
                            Provo - 1.08", and Delta - 0.99".

                            Across Central and Southern Utah, snow
                            (total precip) totals were: Brian Head
                            Ski Area - 60" (4.42"), Cedar Breaks -
                            43 (3.20"), Pine Valley Mts - 36"
                            (3.40), Kolob-Zion NP - 32" (2.83"),
                            Bryce Canyon - 28" (2.50"), Long Valley
                            Jet - 23" (3.00"), Fillmore - 7" (1.80"),
                            and Cedar City - 6" (0.57").

                            Other Central and Southern Utah precip
                            totals: Cedar Hills - 2.57", Hanksville
                            - 0.68" and St. George - 0.48".

                            Heavy Snow during this period proved
                            dangerous for back country skiiers. An
                            avalanche on March 24th near Kessler
                            Peak in the Cottonwoods caught 3
                            skiiers, all of whom survived but
                            sustained injuries and were rescued. A
                            second avalanche near Mt. Olympus
                            caught 3 snowshoers, all of whom
                            suffered minor injuries.

  UTZ019
                              0         0          1K

                            Access road washed out

                            Heavy rainfall during 18-26th episode
                            washed out a temporary access road to
                            Gunlock. Repair estimate per Washington
                            Co. Emergency Services Mgr.

  UTZ005-015
                              2         8

                            Fatal Auto accidents with other
                            injuries.

                            Icy roads during the 18-26th episode
                            resulted in numerous crashes on Utah
                            roads. One fatality occurred 23 miles
                            south of Nephiwhen a 76 year old male
                            died when he lost control of his
                            vehicle on I-15. There was one
                            additional injury. Another fatality
                            occurred on SR 112 in Toocle, when a 20
                            month-old boy was ejected from vehicle
                            when driver lost control on icy roads.
                            Seven additional injuries were reported
                            with this accident. Multiple injurues
                            were reported with crashes involving as
                            many as 20 vehicles on I-15. M76VE, M2VE

  UTZ008-008
                              0         6

                            Avalanche near Kessler Peak, Big
                            Cottonwood Canyon caught 3 back country
                            skiiers.

                            Heavy Snow during the 18-26th
                            episode proved dangerous for back
                            country skiiers. An avalanche on March
                            24th near Kessler Peak in the
                            Cottonwoods caught 3 skiiers, all of
                            whom survived but sustained injuries
                            and were rescued. A second avalanche
                            near Mt. Olympus caught 3 snowshoers,
                            all of whom suffered minor injuries.

  UTZ007-017
                              0         0

                            Very cold air behind a departing winter
                            storm allowed temperatures to plunge to
                            record levels. Cedar City broke a 34
                            year record for the date with a low of
                            15 degrees. Randolph in northern Utah
                            dropped to a daily record of 10 degrees.

  UTZ002>008-016>017
                              0         0

                            Another series of cold wet storms hit
                            the state, the heaviest snow occurred
                            on the 30th ... when lake-effect snow
                            bands buried parts of Utah, Salt Lake
                            and Davis Counties. The morning commute
                            in and around Salt Lake City was quite
                            messy, with over 100 accidents
                            reported. Much to the dismay of
                            late-season skiiers, Little Cottonwood
                            Canyon was closed all day with 3-5" per
                            hour snows on local roadways.

                            Snow (liquid water equivalent) totals
                            for the 3 day period are as follows (M
                            = missing data): Alta Lifts - 67
                            (4.65"), Alta UDOT - 64"(5.15"),
                            Solitude - 43" (3.55"), Brighton - 43"
                            (3.37"), Spruces - 42" (3.02"),
                            Farmington Canyon 40" (3.40"), Snowbird
                            - 38" (2.90"), Snowbasin - 34" (2.53"),
                            Timpanogos Divide - 31" (M), Tony Grove
                            Lake - 30" (2.20"), Brian Head - 28"
                            (2.00"), Ben Lomund Peak and Oquirrh
                            Mountains - 26" (2.20"), Silver Lake M
                            (2.10"), Parleys Summit - 20" (1.90"),
                            Cedar Breaks - 15"
                            2" (0.43)

  UTZ004
                              0         0

                            A massive 210 foot wide avalanche traveled
                            over 200 feet and came to rest in a
                            residential area in Woodland HIlls in Utah
                            County. The slide covered a lot just
                            renovated for development, and stopped
                            within 100 feet of a row of new homes. No
                            injuries or property damage.

VIRGIN ISLANDS

  VIZ002
                              0         0

                            The lack of rainfall in St Croix led to
                            the second driest March on record. Only
                            0.42 inches of rain were recorded at the
                            airport for the entire month where the
                            normal is 1.72 inches. An estimated of
                            1,000 acres had burned in brush fires.

  VIZ002
                              0         0         10K

                            A brush fire scorched more than 300 acres
                            of vegetation near South Sore cafe in
                            Estate Petronelli, several utlity poles
                            were damaged.

  VIZ002
                              0         0

                            More than 15 acres of brush was scorched
                            when a fire crept over an open field
                            between Estates Mon Bijou and Calquohoun.

  VIZ002
                              0         0         10K

                            A brush fire on the east end of the
                            island consumed more than one 100 acres
                            of parched vegetation near Grape Tree Bay.
                            The fire damaged several utility poles.

  VIZ002
                              0         0         15K

                            Brush fires fueled by brisk winds scorched
                            hundred of acres on St. Croix.
                            Fires were in estates Bethlehem,
                            Calquohoun and Cobble. The fire damaged
                            several telephone poles and some
                            livestock could have perished.

VIRGINIA, Extreme Southwest

  VAZ001-005>006-008
                              0         0

                            A clipper type storm system produced two
                            to five inches of snow in the higher
                            elevations of Southwest Virginia from
                            midnight through 930 am EST. In this
                            time range, the greatest amount of snow
                            fell across Lee and Wise counties.

Location                    Character of Storm

ARKANSAS, Northwest

  Franklin County
    8 NW Ozark              Hail (1.00)

  Crawford County
    Rudy                    Hail (0.88)

  Crawford County
    3 NE Van Buren          Hail (0.75)

  Franklin County
    8 N Ozark               Hail (0.75)

ARKANSAS, Southwest

  Columbia County
    Magnolia                Hail (0.88)

ATLANTIC OCEAN

  Nc-Va Bdr To
  Currituck Beach Lt
  Out 20Nm
    Nc-Va Border to         Marine Tstm Wind
    Currituck Beach Light

                            Wind gust of 35 knots measured at Duck,
                            North Carolina.

CONNECTICUT, Southern

  Fairfield County
    Countywide              Heavy Rain

  Middlesex County
    Countywide              Heavy Rain

  New Haven County
    Countywide              Heavy Rain

  New London County
    Countywide              Heavy Rain

  CTZ006

                            Flood

                            A strong low pressure system developed
                            across the Southeast U.S. and moved
                            slowly north to northeast along the
                            eastern seaboard to a position just
                            south of Long Island during Saturday
                            morning, March 29th.

                            Heavy rain developed and spread
                            northeast across the region. It
                            resulted in widespread urban flooding.
                            Sections of many streets were flooded.
                            The Quinnipiac River at Wallingford
                            reached its' flood stage of 8.0 feet at
                            1:15 am on March 29th, then crested at
                            8.5 feet at 7:15 am. Many small rivers
                            and streams experienced significant
                            within bank rises. Storm Total Rainfall
                            amounts ranged from around 1.5 to 3.5
                            inches. Here are selected rainfall
                            amounts for:

                            Fairfield County - from 2.16 inches at
                            Sikorsky Airport in Bridgeport to 2.60
                            inches at New Fairfield.

                            New Haven County - from 1.45 inches at
                            Oxford to 2.07 inches at Tweed Airport
                            in New Haven.

                            New London County - from 1.92 inches at
                            New London Airport in Groton to 3.85
                            inches at Norwich.

GEORGIA, North and Central

  GAZ030-034-037
                            Strong Wind

                            Gwinnett: The Atlanta
                            Journal-Constitution reported that a
                            couple of trees and power lines were
                            blown down in the Lilburn area and
                            between Lawrenceville and Buford. One
                            of the downed power lines was near the
                            Mall of Georgia. Some 2700 residents in
                            the area were left without power during
                            the incident.

                            Oconee: A storm spotter reported that
                            strong wind gusts associated with a
                            cold front and a line of showers blew
                            down several trees, as well as power
                            and cable lines in the area.

                            Polk: The Cedartown Standard reported
                            that strong wind gusts associated with
                            a cold front and a line of showers
                            caused some minor damage to some
                            machinery at a Cedartown business.
                            Another resident of Cedartown reported
                            that a trampoline in their yard was
                            blown 350 feet down the street over two
                            rows of trees and some power lines.

  Crisp County
    Cordele to              Hail (0.75)
    Hatley

                            The Crisp County 911 Center reported
                            penny-sized hail. The Cordele Dispatch
                            reported penny-sized hail in Hatley.

  Wilcox County
    Pitts                   Hail (1.00)

                            The public reported quarter-sized hail,
                            while the Wilcox County 911 Center
                            reported penny-sized hail.

  Muscogee County
    Columbus                Hail (0.75)

                            The Post Office observed penny-sized
                            hail.

  Harris County
    Pine Mtn                Hail (0.88)

                            A former employee of the National
                            Weather Service reported nickel-sized
                            hail. The Harris County 911 Center
                            reported pea-sized hail in Waverly Hall.

  Dodge County
    1 S Eastman             Hail (1.00)

                            The public observed quarter-sized hail
                            just south of Eastman.

  Bibb County
    Macon                   Hail (1.00)

                            The public reported nickel to
                            quarter-sized hail.

  Meriwether County
    Woodbury                Hail (0.75)

                            The Meriwether County Fire Department
                            reported penny-sized hail.

  Laurens County
    Cedar Grove             Hail (0.88)

                            The public reported nickel-sized hail
                            at a convenience store.

  Pike County
    Molena                  Hail (1.00)

                            A relative of a postal worker at the
                            Woodbury Post Office in Meriwether
                            county reported "pecan-sized" hail
                            while on a job in Molena.

  Wheeler County
    2 N Glenwood            Hail (0.75)

                            The public reported penny-sized hail
                            just north of Glenwood at a convenience
                            store.

  Coweta County
    4 NE Thomas Xrds        Lightning

                            The Times Herald of Newnan reported
                            that lightning struck the new gymnasium
                            at the Northgate High School on Fisher
                            Road near the commuity of Major in
                            north Coweta county. The school's alarm
                            system was seriously damaged. A nearby
                            bank Automated Teller Machine was also
                            damaged by the lightning strike.

  Douglas County
    Countywide              Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                            The Douglas Enterprise reported that
                            thunderstorms caused considerable
                            damage around the county. A mobile home
                            and adjacent satellite dish were
                            destroyed in the rural part of the
                            county. Several trees and power lines
                            were blown down throughout the county.

  Treutlen County
    1 S Soperton            Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                            The mayor of Soperton reported that a
                            couple of trees were down on his
                            property. This was also confirmed by
                            the Soperton Police Department.

  Muscogee County
    Columbus                Hail (0.75)

                            Employees of a Publix Grocery store and
                            a neighboring lumber store reported
                            penny-sized hail in the vicinity of
                            Whitesville Road.

  Coweta County
    Sargent                 Hail (0.75)

                            The Sargent Post Office reported
                            penny-sized hail.

  Harris County
    Hamilton                Hail (1.00)

                            The Harris County 911 center reported
                            quarter-sized hail.

  Butts County
    Jenkinsburg             Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                            The Jenkinsburg Post Office reported
                            that a number of trees were down
                            throughout the county.

  Emanuel County
    1 N Oak Park to         Hail (1.00)
    2 N Oak Park

                            The Emanuel County Sheriff reported
                            quarter-sized hail while traveling
                            along a 1-mile stretch of Georgia
                            Highway 4 as he crossed Interstate-16
                            just north of Oak Park. The hail broke
                            the windshield wipers on the sheriffs
                            vehicle.

  Montgomery County
    Tarrytown               Hail (0.75)

                            The Post Office of Tarrytown reported
                            yet another round of penny-sized hail.

  Henry County
    1 E Mc Donough          Lightning

                            The public reported that lightning
                            struck and set a home on fire in the
                            Lake Dow area just east of McDonough.
                            The home was completely destroyed.

  Fayette County
    Fayetteville            Hail (0.75)

                            Several reports of penny-sized hail
                            were received from the public. An
                            amateur radio operator reported
                            pea-sized hail in the area.

  Clayton County
    Jonesboro to            Hail (0.75)
    Lovejoy

                            The public reported penny-sized hail at
                            the BP Foodmart in Jonesboro. An
                            amateur radio operator reported
                            penny-sized hail on Tara Boulevard at
                            Flicker Road in Lovejoy.

  Henry County
    Stockbridge to          Hail (0.88)
    Mc Donough

                            The public reported
                            nickel-sized hail.

  Gwinnett County
    Duluth to               Lightning
    Buford

                            The Gwinnett Daily Post of
                            Lawrenceville reported that two
                            more homes were struck by
                            lightning. At 2:52 pm EST,
                            lightning struck a home
                            on Glen Mary Place in Duluth. The
                            lightning blew a three by six
                            foot hole in the peak of the roof
                            and caused several
                            leaks in the gas line leading to
                            the home. At 2:55 pm EST,
                            lightning struck a home on Quail
                            Creek Drive in Buford, causing
                            damage to an electrical panel box
                            and underground gas line leading
                            to the home.

  Henry County
    Mc Donough              Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                            The public reported a few
                            trees down along Georgia
                            Highway 155 at Crumbley and
                            North Salem Roads.

  Henry County
    Countywide              Hail (1.00)

                            Several reports were received
                            from the public of penny to
                            quarter-sized hail.
                            Quarter-sized hail was reported
                            in both Stockbridge and
                            McDonough, while nickel-sized
                            hail was reported northeast of
                            Ola and penny-sized hail was
                            reported in Locust Grove.

  Butts County
    Countywide              Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                            The Butts County Sheriff
                            reported that several trees
                            were down across roads
                            throughout the county.

  Newton County
    Newborn                 Hail (0.88)

                            The public reported nickel-
                            sized hail at a convenience
                            store.

  Morgan County
    Madison                 Hail (0.75)

                            The public reported penny-sized
                            hail at a gas service station
                            on Monticello Road at
                            Interstate-20.

  Henry County
    Stockbridge             Hail (1.00)

                            The public reported
                            quarter-sized hail.

  Stewart County
    Lumpkin                 Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

                            The Stewart County Emergency
                            Management Director reported
                            that a thunderstorm microburst
                            tore the roof off the county's
                            Health Department building and
                            damaged an outdoor storage bin
                            at the Emergency Management
                            Director's facility. In addition,
                            some 40 to 50 trees within the
                            same general small area were
                            blown down, uprooted, or torn
                            apart by the strong winds.

  Sumter County
    Plains                  Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                            The Sumter County 911 Center
                            reported that several trees
                            were down in the area and the
                            power was also out in Plains.

  Webster County
    Centerpoint             Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                            The Webster County 911 Center
                            reported that several trees
                            were down on East Center Point
                            Road.

  Webster County
    3 SE Centerpoint        Hail (0.75)

                            The Webster County 911 Center
                            reported penny-sized hail.

  Sumter County
    Countywide              Flash Flood

                            An amateur radio operator
                            reported that extensive flooding
                            was ongoing across the county.
                            Several roads were washed out
                            in the southern portion of the
                            county and within the city of
                            Americus. This occurred as early
                            as 11:00 am EST. Later in the
                            day, around 4:00 pm EST, the
                            County 911 Center reported that
                            many roads throughout the county
                            had been closed. In addition,
                            several small dams had been
                            breached causing additional
                            flash flood concerns and
                            precautionary evacuations.
                            Some cars became flooded and
                            had to be abandoned. Several
                            homes and apartments were
                            flooded. Up to three feet of
                            water was reported in some
                            homes. By late evening, 16 roads
                            in the county had been closed
                            because of flooding. Some of
                            the closed roads included U.S.
                            Highway 19, Boo Cosby Road,
                            Thomas Mill at Mad Dog Road,
                            Pessell Creek Road, Georgia
                            Highway 49 south at the Terrell
                            county line, Anch Helms,
                            Sam Rodgers, Little Bear Branch,
                            and Three Bridges Road from
                            Georgia Highway 377, south.
                            Rainfall of 5-6 inches was
                            common across the county, with
                            some portions of the county
                            receiving 8-9 inches of rain for
                            the period from midnight on the
                            27th  to midnight on the 28th.

  Dooly County
    Countywide              Flash Flood

                            The Dooly County Sheriffs Office
                            reported that there was extensive
                            flooding of roads throughout the
                            county. Several roads were
                            closed by the Department of
                            Transportation as the roads were
                            impassable. The News Observer of
                            Vienna reported that at least 60
                            roads in the county sustained
                            damage in varying degrees.
                            Portions of Vienna were
                            evacuated as a precaution
                            because of potential dam breaks
                            and flash flooding. Rainfall of
                            five to six inches was common
                            with the northwest portion of
                            the county receiving six to
                            eight inches of rain.

  Macon County
    Countywide              Flash Flood

                            The Citizen and Georgian of
                            Montezuma reported that several
                            roads were flooded, washed out,
                            and closed.

  Wilcox County
    Northwest Portion       Flash Flood

                            The public reported that extensive
                            flash flooding was ongoing, mainly
                            in the western portion of the
                            county. Several roads were
                            washed out. A number of people
                            were trapped in their homes by
                            rising flood waters and others
                            were trapped in their cars with
                            water rising up to the hood level.
                            Four to six inches of rain fell
                            across the northwest part of the
                            county, mainly northwest of
                            Rochelle. Much of this information
                            was confirmed by the county 911
                            Center.

  Dooly County
    5 NE Vienna             Hail (0.75)

                            The Dooly County 911 Center
                            reported penny-sized hail.

  Montgomery County
    North Portion           Flash Flood

                            The local Montgomery county
                            newspaper reported that several
                            inches of rain had fallen during
                            the morning hours resulting in
                            flooding of several roads in
                            the county. Warnock Pond Road
                            near Tarrytown was washed out
                            and caved in. Several dirt roads
                            in the county, especially the
                            northern portion, were also
                            washed out and closed.

  Telfair County
    Milan to                Flash Flood
    Mc Rae

                            The Telfair Enterprise reported
                            that early morning heavy rain,
                            on the order of four inches or
                            more, resulted in damage to
                            several county roads. County
                            Road 13 and County Road 106,
                            between McRae and Milan were
                            washed out and would require
                            extensive repair. A pair
                            of large sinkholes had developed
                            on County Road 13 from the
                            pressure of the extensive runoff.
                            Drainage pipes were washed out
                            from the under the roads and
                            swept quite some distance away
                            from their original location.

  Monroe County
    Juliette                Lightning

                            The Monroe County Reporter of
                            Forsyth reported that lightning
                            struck and set a home on fire in
                            far northeast Monroe county. The
                            fire was confined to the kitchen.
                            In addition, an adjacent
                            tractor-trailer was damaged by
                            the lightning and resulting fire.

  Troup County
    La Grange               Hail (0.75)

                            The public reported penny-sized
                            hail.

  Dodge County
    Countywide              Flash Flood

                            The Dodge County 911 Center and the
                            Dodge County News of Eastman reported
                            extensive flooding and flash flooding
                            throughout the county. Numerous roads
                            were flooded throughout the county
                            and several had been closed. Several
                            small dams were also breached. In
                            addition, one home was destroyed by
                            the flash flooding that occurred.
                            Rainfall amounts of four to six
                            inches, with isolated amounts of
                            seven to eight inches were observed.

  Bleckley County
    Countywide              Flash Flood

                            The Bleckley County Emergency
                            Management Director reported that
                            extensive flooding was occurring in
                            many areas of the county. U.S.
                            Highway 129 was closed east of
                            Cochran because of flooding. Several
                            small dams in the county had been
                            breached. Rainfall of four to six
                            inches was common throughout the
                            county, with local amounts up to
                            eight inches.
  Houston County
    Countywide              Flash Flood

                            The public and the Houston Home
                            Journal reported that extensive
                            flooding in the Perry area of
                            southern Houston county. Water was
                            up to two feet deep around a number
                            of homes in Warner Robbins and Perry
                            and some homes had been flooded. One
                            female had to be rescued from her
                            property. Several cars were inundated
                            and destroyed by the flooding.
                            Ditches and creeks were out of their
                            banks and flowing over the roadways.
                            A portion of Park Avenue in Perry
                            collapsed from the flooding. In
                            addition, Clopine Lake Dam in
                            southeast Peach county was breached
                            and threatened portions of Perry in
                            western Houston county. Residents of
                            the area were evacuated, but no
                            problems resulted in Houston county
                            as a result of the dam failure.
                            Rainfall of six to eight inches was
                            common across much of the southern
                            portion of Houston county in the
                            24-hour period from midnight on the
                            27th to midnight on the 28th.
  Pulaski County
    Countywide              Flash Flood

                            The Pulaski County Sheriffs office
                            and the Hawkinsville Dispatch and
                            News reported that extensive flooding
                            was occurring throughout the county.
                            A number of secondary county roads
                            were flooded and closed. A portion
                            of Georgia Highway 112 was washed out
                            in the southern portion of the
                            county. In addition, the Hawkinsville
                            North Fresh Water Plant had to be
                            closed because of flooding. Rainfall
                            of four to five inches fell across
                            much of the county between mid
                            morning and early evening, with local
                            amounts of six to eight inches,
                            especially in the far northern
                            portion of the county. Isolated
                            reports of up to 10.5 inches of rain
                            were also received.

  Harris County
    4 ESE Pine Mtn          Hail (1.00)

                            The Forest Service at the F. D.
                            Roosevelt State Park in extreme
                            northeast Harris county reported
                            quarter-sized hail.

  Meriwether County
    Greenville              Hail (0.88)

                            The Meriwether County Sheriff
                            reported nickel-sized hail.
  Fulton County
    Alpharetta to           Hail (1.00)
    Roswell

                            Several reports of penny to
                            quarter-sized hail were received
                            from the public. Nickel-sized hail
                            was reported in Roswell, while
                            penny to quarter-sized hail was
                            reported in Alpharetta.
  Coweta County
    4 WSW Newnan            Lightning

                            The Times Herald of Newnan reported
                            that lightning struck a home on
                            Smokey Road in southwest Coweta
                            county causing damage to the
                            electrical system of the home, but
                            little other damage.

  Sumter County
    Countywide              Flash Flood

                            An amateur radio operator reported
                            that extensive flooding was ongoing
                            across the county. Several roads
                            were washed out in the southern
                            portion of the county and within
                            the city of Americus. This occurred
                            as early as 11:00 am EST. Later in
                            the day, around 4:00 pm EST, the
                            County 911 Center reported that
                            many roads throughout the county had
                            been closed. In addition, several
                            small dams had been breached
                            causing additional flash flood
                            concerns and precautionary
                            evacuations. Some cars became
                            flooded and had to be abanonded.
                            Several homes and apartments were
                            flooded. Up to three feet of water
                            was reported in some homes. By late
                            evening, 16 roads in the county had
                            been closed because of flooding.
                            Some of the closed roads included
                            U.S. Highway 19, Boo Cosby Road,
                            Thomas Mill at Mad Dog Road, Pessell
                            Creek Road, Georgia Highway 49 south
                            at the Terrell county line, Anch
                            Helms, Sam Rodgers, Little Bear
                            Branch, and Three Bridges Road from
                            Georgia Highway 377, south. Rainfall
                            of 5-6 inches was common across the
                            county, with some portions of the
                            county receiving 8-9 inches of rain
                            for the period from midnight on the
                            27th to midnight on the 28th.

  Dooly County
    Countywide              Flash Flood

                            The Dooly County Sheriffs Office
                            reported that there was extensive
                            flooding of roads throughout the
                            county. Several roads were closed by
                            the Department of Transportation as
                            the roads were impassable. The News
                            Observer of Vienna reported that at
                            least 60 roads in the county
                            sustained damage in varying
                            degrees. Portions of Vienna were
                            evacuated as a precaution because
                            of potential dam breaks and flash
                            flooding. Rainfall of five to six
                            inches was common with the northwest
                            portion of the county receiving six
                            to eight inches of rain.

  Macon County
    Countywide              Flash Flood

                            The Citizen and Georgian of
                            Montezuma reported that several
                            roads were flooded, washed out,
                            and closed.

  Wilcox County
    Northwest Portion       Flash Flood

                            The public reported that extensive
                            flash flooding was ongoing, mainly
                            in the western portion of the county.
                            Several roads were washed out. A
                            number of people were trapped in
                            their homes by rising flood waters
                            and others were trapped in their
                            cars with water rising up to the
                            hood level. Four to six inches of
                            rain fell across the northwest part
                            of the county, mainly northwest of
                            Rochelle. Much of this information
                            was confirmed by the county 911
                            Center.

  Dooly County
    5 NE Vienna             Hail (0.75)

                            The Dooly County 911 Center reported
                            penny-sized hail.

  Montgomery County
    North Portion           Flash Flood

                            The local Montgomery county newspaper
                             reported that several inches of rain
                            had fallen during the morning hours
                            resulting in flooding of several
                            roads in the county. Warnock Pond
                            Road near Tarrytown was washed out
                            and caved in. Several dirt roads in
                            the county, especially the northern
                            portion, were also washed out and
                            closed.

  Telfair County
    Milan to                Flash Flood
    Mc Rae

                            The Telfair Enterprise reported that
                            early morning heavy rain, on the
                            order of four inches or more,
                            resulted in damage to several county
                            roads. County Road 13 and County Road
                            106, between McRae and Milan were
                            washed out and would require
                            extensive repair. A pair of large
                            sinkholes had developed on County
                            Road 13 from the pressure of the
                            extensive runoff. Drainage pipes were
                            washed out from the under the roads
                            and swept quite some distance away
                            from their original location.

  Monroe County
    Juliette                Lightning

                            The Monroe County Reporter of Forsyth
                            reported that lightning struck and
                            set a home on fire in far northeast
                            Monroe county. The fire was confined
                            to the kitchen. In addition, an
                            adjacent tractor-trailer was
                            damaged by the lightning and
                            resulting fire.

  Troup County
    La Grange               Hail (0.75)

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Peach County
    Clopine                 Flash Flood

                            The Peach County 911 Center reported a
                            partial failure of the Clopine Lake Dam
                            in the far southeast part of the county
                            just off U.S. Highway 341. Nearly
                            two-thirds of the water in the lake
                            flowed through the breach in the
                            dam into Big Indian Creek.

  Coweta County
    Newnan                  Hail (0.75)

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  GAZ054
                            Strong Wind

                            The Peachtree City Police reported that a
                            strong wind gust, associated with a cold
                            front moving through the area, blew the
                            Windows out of the front facade of the
                            Peachtree City Wal Mart Supercenter.
                            All of the thunderstorms had moved
                            well east of the area at the time.

  Harris County
    2 SW Whitesville        Hail (1.75)

                            The public reported quarter to golf
                            ball-sized hail.

  Gilmer County
    Pleasant Valley         Hail (0.75)

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Upson County
    Thomaston               Lightning

                            The Upson County Emergency Manager reported
                            that two homes were struck by lightning.
                            The roof of one home was set on fire
                            and the home was completely destroyed.
                            The other home suffered major damage.

  Upson County
    5 W Thomaston           Hail (0.75)

                            The Upson County 911 Center reported
                            penny-sized hail.

  Jones County
    1 SW Griswoldville to   Hail (1.25)
    3 S Gray

                            The public reported quarter to half
                            dollar-sized hail southwest of Griswoldville
                            near the Bibb/Jones county line while WMAZ
                            Television of Macon and the Jones County
                            Emergency Management (EMA) Director
                            reported nickel-sized hail south of Gray.
                            The EMA Director indicated that the hail
                            accumulated to a depth of six inches on
                            the ground.

  Baldwin County
    Milledgeville           Hail (0.75)

                            The public reported penny-sized hail.

  Bibb County
    3 N Macon               Hail (0.88)

                            WMAZ Television of Macon relayed a
                            report of nickel-sized hail.

  Walton County
    Monroe                  Flash Flood

                            The Gwinnett Daily Post of Lawrenceville
                            reported that a city employee working
                            near a creek in Monroe had to be rescued
                            From the creek when the fast rushing water
                            pinned him up against a culvert.

  Rockdale County
    Conyers                 Lightning

                            The Macon Telegraph reported that
                            lightning struck and set on fire a
                            historic monestary. The building was
                            built by Trappist Monks more than six
                            decades ago. Three of the building's
                            wings were completely destroyed by the
                            ensuing fire and the fourth was
                            damaged beyond repair. One firefighter
                            suffered injuries while fighting the
                            blaze.

  Troup County
    La Grange               Hail (1.00)

                            The public reported penny to
                            quarter-sized hail.

  Warren County
    5 N Warrenton           Hail (0.75)

                            The public reported penny-sized hail
                            near the intersection of Georgia
                            Highway 80 and Ridge Road.

  Heard County
    Countywide              Flash Flood

                            The Heard County 911 Center reported
                            that a number of roads in the county
                            were flooded. Mayhayley Road was
                            closed as it was not passable.

  Upson County
    Thomaston               Hail (0.88)

                            The public reported nickel-sized
                            hail.

  Harris County
    Countywide              Flash Flood

                            The Harris County Emergency Management
                            Director reported that many roads
                            throughout the county were flooded
                            with water up to a foot deep flowing
                            over many of the roads. Consequently,
                            several roads had to be closed
                            throughout the day.

  Lamar County
    Barnesville             Hail (1.75)

                            A deputy with the Lamar County
                            Sheriffs Office reported quarter to
                            golf ball-sized hail in Barnesville
                            on Carafax Road. The public and the
                            Herald Gazette of Barnesville reported
                            nickel to quarter-sized hail at the
                            Lamar County High School.

  Lamar County
    Barnesville             Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                            The Herald Gazette of Barnesville
                            reported that a few trees were blown
                            down near the county high school.

  Crawford County
    Roberta                 Thunderstorm Wind (G39)

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

  Jones County
    Wayside                 Hail (0.88)

                            The Jones County Emergency Management
                            Director reported nickel-sized hail.

  De Kalb County
    North Atlanta           Flash Flood

                            The official river gage at Peachtree
                            Creek rose to 17.8 feet, which is 0.8
                            feet above the flood stage. Flooding
                            results along Woodward Way and at the
                            Bobby Jones Golf Course adjacent to
                            the creek. Water also rises in the
                            yards of several homes and apartments
                            adjacent to the creek.

  Fulton County
    Atlanta                 Flash Flood

                            The official river gage at Peachtree
                            Creek rose to 17.8 feet, which is 0.8
                            feet above the flood stage. Flooding
                            results along Woodward Way and at the
                            Bobby Jones Golf Course adjacent to
                            the creek. Water also rises in the
                            yards of several homes and apartments
                            adjacent to the creek.

                            General rainfall of 2-3 inches was
                            common across much of the region
                            during the early to mid-morning hours.
                            This rain fell on saturated soil from
                            previous heavy rainfall on the 27th.
                            The following counties below listed
                            specific flooding conditions during
                            the event.

                            Carroll: The Times Georgian of
                            Carrollton reported that several roads
                            in the county were flooded. No flash
                            flooding was reported.

                            Heard: The Heard County 911 Center
                            reported that several roads in the
                            county were flooded. Mayhayley Road
                            was closed.

                            Harris: Rainfall of three to five
                            inches across much of the county
                            resulted in general flooding of some
                            roads and low-lying areas.

                            Upson: The Upson County Emergency
                            Manager reported that several inches
                            of rain had fallen during the morning
                            and early afternoon hours on very
                            saturated ground. This had resulted
                            in minor flooding of Potato Creek in
                            the Thomaston area. This area, as well
                            as areas along the Flint River, were
                            being monitored for possible
                            evaucation. In addition, a dam was
                            being monitored one mile north of
                            Thomaston for a possible failure.

GULF OF MEXICO

  Pascagoula Ms To Sw
  Pass Of Ms R 20 To
  60Nm
    45 E Venice             Marine Tstm Wind

  Sw Pass Of The Ms R
  To Atchafalaya R La
  Out 20Nm
    20 S Venice             Marine Tstm Wind

  Sw Pass Of The Ms R
  To Atchafalaya R La
  Out 20Nm
    20 S Venice             Marine Tstm Wind

  Sw Pass Of The Ms R
  To Atchafalaya R La
  Out 20Nm
    Grand Isle              Marine Tstm Wind

  Pascagoula Ms To Sw
  Pass Of Ms R Out
  20Nm
    22 SSE Biloxi           Marine Tstm Wind

LOUISIANA, Northwest

  Lincoln Parish
    10 NW Ruston            Hail (1.75)

                            Hail covered the ground at Hwy 146.

  Bienville Parish
    10 S Arcadia            Hail (1.75)

  Lincoln Parish
    Downsville              Hail (0.75)

  Ouachita Parish
    14 W Monroe             Hail (1.75)

                            Hail fell near Calhoun.

  Ouachita Parish
    Monroe                  Hail (1.00)

  Jackson Parish
    Jonesboro               Hail (0.75)

  Caldwell Parish
    5 N Columbia            Hail (0.75)

  Winn Parish
    5 NW Calvin             Hail (0.75)

  Grant Parish
    Montgomery              Hail (0.75)

  La Salle Parish
    Jena                    Hail (0.75)

  Caddo Parish
    Bethany                 Hail (0.75)

  De Soto Parish
    Logansport              Hail (0.88)

  Caddo Parish
    Greenwood               Hail (0.88)

                            Hail covered the ground.

  De Soto Parish
    Mansfield               Hail (1.00)

  Red River Parish
    4 E Hall Summit         Hail (0.75)

                            Hail fell one mile north of Womack
                            and covered the ground.

  Bienville Parish
    Ringgold                Hail (0.75)

  Grant Parish
    8 SE Colfax             Hail (1.75)

                            Hail covered the ground near US
                            Hwy 71.

  Caddo Parish
    2 S Shreveport          Hail (0.88)

                            Hail fell one mile north of Wallace
                            Lake.

  Caddo Parish
    Blanchard               Hail (1.00)

  Bossier Parish
    Plain Dealing           Hail (0.75)

  Bienville Parish
    Ringgold                Hail (0.75)

  Sabine Parish
    Zwolle                  Hail (0.88)

  Natchitoches Parish
    Natchitoches            Hail (0.75)

  De Soto Parish
    1 N Logansport          Hail (0.75)

  Caddo Parish
    Blanchard               Hail (1.00)

                            Hail fell at the Hillside Trailer
                            Park.

  Caddo Parish
    Blanchard               Hail (1.75)

  Bossier Parish
    1 S Benton              Hail (1.00)

  Bossier Parish
    5 E Benton              Hail (1.00)

                            Hail fell in the Palmetto
                            Subdivision.

  De Soto Parish
    Stonewall               Hail (1.00)

  Caddo Parish
    11 SW Greenwood         Hail (0.88)

  Caddo Parish
    Vivian                  Hail (1.00)

  De Soto Parish
    Keatchie                Hail (0.75)

  De Soto Parish
    Stonewall               Hail (0.75)

  Bienville Parish
    2 W Arcadia             Hail (0.75)

  Bienville Parish
    10 W Castor             Hail (1.00)

  Red River Parish
    5 W Hall Summit         Thunderstorm Wind (G58)

                            Several trees were blown down near
                            Crossroads and Highway 71.

  Claiborne Parish
    Athens                  Hail (0.75)

  Caddo Parish
    11 SW Greenwood         Hail (0.88)

  Caddo Parish
    Shreveport              Thunderstorm Wind (G56)

                            Powerlines were downed on Ellerbe
                            Road.

  Bossier Parish
    13 SE Bossier City      Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

                            Several trees were downed along Hwy
                            71 near the communities of Cooterville
                            and Ninock.

  Lincoln Parish
    Downsville              Hail (0.75)

  Red River Parish
    Coushatta               Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

                            Numerous trees downed along Hwy 71
                            between Crossroads and Coushatta.

  Red River Parish
    6 NE Hall Summit        Hail (1.00)

  Bienville Parish
    Castor                  Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

                            Numerous trees and powerlines downed.

  Bienville Parish
    Castor                  Hail (0.75)

                            Hail covered the ground.

  Webster Parish
    Minden                  Thunderstorm Wind (G56)

                            Powerlines downed.

  Union Parish
    10 SE Marion            Hail (1.75)

                            Hail fell approximately 2 miles north
                            of Sterlington.

  Natchitoches Parish
    17 NE Campti            Hail (0.75)

                            Penny sized hail covered the ground
                            in the community of Readhimer.

  Jackson Parish
    Jonesboro               Hail (1.00)

  Natchitoches Parish
    Campti                  Thunderstorm Wind (G56)

                            Trees downed.

LOUISIANA, Southeast

  Terrebonne Parish
    Houma                   Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                            Thunderstorm winds knocked down twenty
                            utility poles and several trees and
                            ripped the roof off of an old shed. A
                            tree was blown down on top of a mobile
                            home.

  Lafourche Parish
    1.5 S Lockport          Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                            Power lines were blown down and the
                            roof of an abandoned trailer was
                            ripped off.

  East Baton Rouge
  Parish
    Pride                   Hail (0.88)

                            Nickel size hail covered the ground.

  East Feliciana Parish
    Clinton                 Hail (0.75)

  St. Helena Parish
    Greensburg              Hail (0.75)

  Washington Parish
    Mt Hermon               Hail (1.75)

  St. Bernard Parish
    2 ESE Yscloskey         Hail (0.75)

  Plaquemines Parish
    Empire to               Hail (1.75)
    Port Sulphur

  St. Tammany Parish
    Slidell Arpt            Hail (1.00)

                            One inch diameter hail was observed at
                            the National Weather Service
                            Office in Slidell.

  St. Tammany Parish
    Pearl River             Hail (2.50)

                            Hail ranging in size from pennies to
                            tennis balls was observed around Pearl
                            River.

  Livingston Parish
    Denham Spgs             Hail (1.00)

  East Baton Rouge
  Parish
    Greenwell Spgs          Hail (1.75)

  East Baton Rouge
  Parish
    Baton Rouge             Hail (0.88)

  Livingston Parish
    Livingston to           Hail (1.75)
    Walker

                            Golfball size hail was reported along
                            Highway 190 from Livingston to Walker
                            and also in Watson.

  Washington Parish
    4 S Franklinton         Hail (1.75)

  Tangipahoa Parish
    Amite                   Hail (1.00)

  St. Tammany Parish
    3 NNW Pearl River       Hail (2.75)

                            Baseball size hail was reported in the
                            community of Hickory.

  Tangipahoa Parish
    4 ESE Tangipahoa        Funnel Cloud

MISSISSIPPI, South

  Wilkinson County
    Centreville             Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                            Power lines were knocked down by
                            thunderstorm winds.

  Pearl River County
    Poplarville to          Thunderstorm Wind (G50)
    White Sand

                            Trees were blown down by thunderstorm
                            winds in Poplarville on McNeil and
                            McHenry roads and along Highway 26
                            between Poplarville and White Sand.

  Wilkinson County
    Centreville             Hail (1.75)

                            Hail up to the size of golfballs was
                            observed. The hail broke the glass
                            windows in some vehicles.

  Pearl River County
    6 NE Poplarville        Hail (0.88)

  Hancock County
    Kiln                    Hail (1.75)

  Walthall County
    5 N Tylertown           Hail (0.88)

  Hancock County
    9 W Kiln                Hail (0.75)

  Pearl River County
    1 W Picayune            Hail (0.88)

  Hancock County
    10 NNE Kiln             Hail (1.00)

  Pearl River County
    10 NE Poplarville       Hail (0.88)

  Harrison County
    Countywide              Heavy Rain

  Jackson County
    Countywide              Heavy Rain

                            Heavy rainfall of 2 to 4 inches
                            during the evening hours produced
                            considerable street flooding in parts
                            of Harrison and Jackson counties.

  Pike County
    Magnolia                Hail (1.75)

  Pike County
    Mc Comb                 Hail (1.75)

                            Hail ranging in size from quarters to
                            golfballs was reported.

  Jackson County
    Escatawpa               Hail (1.00)

  Amite County
    4 W Liberty             Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                            Thunderstorm winds knocked down a tree
                            which destroyed a mobile home.

NEW JERSEY, Northeast

  Bergen County
    Countywide              Heavy Rain

  Essex County
    Countywide              Heavy Rain

  Hudson County
    Countywide              Heavy Rain

  Passaic County
    Countywide              Heavy Rain

  Union County
    Countywide              Heavy Rain

  NJZ003-011
                            Flood

                            A strong low pressure system developed
                            across the Southeast U.S. and moved
                            slowly north to northeast along the
                            eastern seaboard to a position just
                            south of Long Island during Saturday
                            morning, March 29th.

                            Heavy rain developed and spread
                            northeast across the region. It
                            resulted in widespread urban flooding.
                            Sections of many streets were flooded
                            including the intersection of Routes 7
                            and 508, Interstate 280 at Exit 9 in
                            West Orange, and South Pacific Street
                            in Newark. The Rahway River at
                            Springfield reached its' flood stage
                            of 5.5 feet at 9 pm on March 28th,
                            then crested at 6.3 feet a few hours
                            later. The Hackensack River at New
                            Milford crested at its' flood stage of
                            6.0 feet at 12:15 am on March 29th.
                            Many small rivers and streams
                            experienced significant within bank
                            rises. Storm Total Rainfall amounts
                            ranged from around 1.5 to 3.0 inches.
                            Here are selected rainfall amounts
                            for:

                            Passaic County - from 1.45 inches at
                            Hawthorne to 2.11 inches at Haskell.

                            Bergen County - from 1.61 inches at
                            Mahwah to 2.44 inches at Oakland. At
                            Teterboro Airport, 1.87 inches was
                            measured.

                            Essex County - from 2.16 inches at
                            Caldwell Airport to 2.35 inches at
                            Newark Airport.

                            Hudson County - from 2.55 inches at
                            Secaucus to 3.09 inches at Harrison.

                            Union County - from 2.79 inches at
                            Elizabeth to 3.05 inches at Kean
                            University in Union.

NEW YORK, Coastal

  Bronx County
    Countywide              Heavy Rain

  Kings County
    Countywide              Heavy Rain

  Nassau County
    Countywide              Heavy Rain

  Queens County
    Countywide              Heavy Rain

  Richmond County
    Countywide              Heavy Rain

  Rockland County
    Countywide              Heavy Rain

  Suffolk County
    Countywide              Heavy Rain

  Westchester County
    Countywide              Heavy Rain

  NYZ069
                            Flood

                            A strong low pressure system developed
                            across the Southeast U.S. and moved
                            slowly north to northeast along the
                            eastern seaboard to a position just
                            south of Long Island during Saturday
                            morning, March 29th.

                            Heavy rain developed and spread
                            northeast across the region. It
                            resulted in widespread urban flooding.
                            Sections of many streets were flooded.
                            The Mahwah River at Suffern reached
                            its' flood stage of 4.0 feet at 7:15
                            pm on March 28th and crested around
                            9:30 pm at 4.5 feet. Many small rivers
                            and streams experienced significant
                            within bank rises. Storm Total
                            Rainfall amounts ranged from around
                            2.0 to 3.0 inches. Here are selected
                            rainfall amounts for:

                            Orange County - from 1.61 inches at
                            Montgomery Airport to 2.83 inches at
                            Middletown.

                            Putnam County - 2.24 inches was
                            measured at Carmel.

                            Rockland County - 2.48 inches was
                            measured at Suffern.

                            Westchester County from - 2.72 inches
                            at White Plains to 3.00 inches at
                            Armonk. At Westchester County Airport,
                            1.97 inches was measured.

                            New York City - from 2.50 inches at
                            Sheepshead Bay in Brooklyn to 3.15
                            inches at Middle Village Queens, in
                            At Central Park, 3.02 inches was
                            measured. At LaGuardia Airport, 2.87
                            inches was measured and at JFK
                            Airport, 2.59 inches was measured.

                            Nassau County - from 2.25 inches at
                            Lynbrook to 3.36 inches at Hicksville.

                            Suffolk County - from 0.94 inches at
                            West Hampton Beach to 2.47 inches at
                            Nesconset. At the NWS Upton Office,
                            2.01 inches was measured. At Islip
                            McArthur Airport, 1.29 inches was
                            measured.

NEW YORK, East

  NYZ059
                            Flood

                            In Cairo, 15 County Roads closed due
                            to flooding. Eighteen Fire companies
                            pumped out basements throughout
                            county. A potent area of low pressure
                            and its associated frontal systems,
                            moved northeast across the Ohio and
                            Saint Lawrence Valleys on the 28th of
                            March, bringing with it a significant
                            amount of moisture. Since it took a
                            more western track than previous
                            storms earlier in the month, almost
                            all of the precipitation fell as rain.
                            Rainfall totals, averaging 1-2 inches,
                            but locally as high as 4 inches,
                            accumulated across portions of the
                            eastern New York and adjacent western
                            New England. This rainfall, combined
                            with snow melt, produced signficant
                            runoff, resulting in widespread
                            flooding across the region between
                            March 28th through 31st. Many streams
                            and rivers reached or exceed bankful,
                            including the Mettawee, Housatonic and
                            Mohawk Rivers, as well as the Esopus,
                            Wappingers and Schoharie Creeks.
                            Numerous houses in Columbia and Greene
                            Counties sustained damage when their
                            basements became flooded, and there
                            were many reports of road closures
                            across a large number of counties. One
                            man in the city of Mechanicville,
                            Saratoga County, was transported to a
                            local hospital after being swept away
                            by floodwaters of the Anthony Kill. In
                            Columbia County, many towns reported
                            at least one road closed due to
                            flooding.

OKLAHOMA, Eastern

  Pittsburg County
    4 NE Ashland            Hail (1.00)

  Washington County
    Bartlesville            Hail (0.88)

  Washington County
    Ochelata                Hail (0.75)

  Pittsburg County
    Canadian                Hail (0.88)

  Pittsburg County
    Hartshorne              Hail (0.75)

  Mcintosh County
    Eufaula                 Hail (1.25)

  Mcintosh County
    Vivian                  Hail (1.25)

  Nowata County
    Delaware                Hail (0.75)

  Mcintosh County
    6 NE Eufaula            Hail (1.00)

  Pawnee County
    1 SW Pawnee             Hail (1.00)

  Mcintosh County
    4 NNE Onapa             Hail (1.00)

  Latimer County
    8 S Wilburton           Hail (0.75)

  Rogers County
    Oologah                 Hail (0.88)

  Rogers County
    4 N Oologah             Hail (1.00)

  Pawnee County
    Cleveland               Hail (0.88)

  Pushmataha County
    3 N Clayton             Hail (0.75)

  Nowata County
    Watova                  Hail (1.00)

  Sequoyah County
    Gans                    Hail (0.75)

  Rogers County
    Oologah                 Hail (1.00)

  Tulsa County
    Sand Spgs               Hail (1.75)

  Latimer County
    6 SW Bengal             Hail (1.00)

  Tulsa County
    Collinsville            Hail (0.88)

  Washington County
    Bartlesville            Hail (1.00)

  Tulsa County
    6 S Tulsa               Hail (1.00)

                            Quarter size hail fell near the
                            intersection of Peoria and 61st Street
                            South.

  Rogers County
    Claremore               Hail (0.75)

  Tulsa County
    Tulsa                   Hail (1.00)

                            Quarter size hail fell at the KOTV
                            studio in downtown Tulsa.

  Tulsa County
    7 E Tulsa               Hail (1.00)

                            Penny size hail was reported at the
                            National Weather Service office near
                            the intersection of Highway 169 and
                            11th Street in Tulsa.

  Tulsa County
    11 ENE Tulsa            Hail (1.00)

                            Quarter size hail was reported near
                            the intersection of 145th East Avenue
                            and 21st Street North in the northeast
                            part of Tulsa.

  Le Flore County
    Shady Pt                Hail (0.75)

  Tulsa County
    5 SE Tulsa              Hail (1.00)

                            Quarter size hail was reported near
                            the intersection of Interstate 44 and
                            Sheridan Avenue in the city of Tulsa.
  Craig County
    Vinita                  Hail (0.75)

  Tulsa County
    Broken Arrow            Hail (0.75)

SOUTH DAKOTA, West

  SDZ002-012>014-
  025>026-031>032-
  072>073
                            High Wind (G54)

                            A strong cold front moved across
                            western South Dakota during the
                            daytime hours, bringing gusty winds to
                            the northwest South Dakota plains.
                            Sustained winds of 30 to 45 mph,
                            with gusts to near 65 mph, developed
                            from Buffalo and Lemmon to Rapid City
                            and Philip.

TENNESSEE, Central

  Stewart County
    5 NW Dover              Hail (1.75)

                            Public reported golf ball size hail.

  Van Buren County
    6 ENE Spencer           Hail (1.75)

                            Spotter reported golf ball size hail.

  Fentress County
    Grimsley                Hail (0.75)

                            Spotter reported penny size hail.

  Fentress County
    Grimsley                Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                            Tree limbs, as big as a wrist, were
                            blown down.

  Putnam County
    Monterey                Hail (1.00)

                            Spotter reported quarter size hail in
                            Monterey.

  Marshall County
      Lewisburg             Flash Flood

                            Flooding was occurring on Old Lake
                            Road near Lewisburg. By 715 PM CST
                            ... several streets in Lewisburg had
                            water flowing across the roads.

TENNESSEE, East

  Knox County
       Halls Xrds           Hail (0.75)

                            Dime to penny size hail was reported
                            at Halls Crossroads.

   Grainger County
     Buffalo Spgs           Hail (1.00)

                            Quarter size hail was reported at
                            Buffalo Springs.

   Hamblen County
    Morristown              Hail (1.00)

                            Quarter size hail was reported at
                            Morristown.

  Marion County
      South Pittsburg       Hail (0.75)

                            Penny size hail was reported at South
                            Pittsburg.

  Sequatchie County
      Cagle                 Hail (0.75)

                            Penny size hail was reported at Cagle.

  Mcminn County
    Etowah                  Hail (0.75)

                            Penny size hail was reported at
                            Etowah.

  Roane County
    Paint Rock              Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

                            One tree was reported down in Paint
                            Rock.

  Bledsoe County
    1.5 S Saratoga Spgs
    to Saratoga Spgs        Hail (0.75)

                            Penny size hail accumulated to a depth
                            of eight inches in some spots in the
                            Bledsoe State Forest.

  Claiborne County
    Tazewell                Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

                            A few trees were reported down on
                            roads across the county.

  Hamilton County
    2 NE Ooltewah           Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

                            Several trees and power lines were
                            reported down two miles northeast of
                            Ooltewah neary the Bradley county line.

  Bradley County
    1 WSW Mc Donald         Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

                            Several trees and power lines were
                            reported down near the Hamilton
                            county border near McDonald.

  Meigs County
    Countywide              Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

                            Several trees and power lines were
                            reported down across the county.

  Mcminn County
    Athens                  Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

                            Several trees and power lines were
                            reported down across the county.

  Mcminn County
    Calhoun                 Hail (0.88)

                            Nickel size hail was reported at
                            Calhoun.

  Bradley County
    Hopewell                Hail (1.75)

                            Golfball size hail was reported at
                            Hopewell.

  Mcminn County
    Athens                  Hail (1.00)

                            Quarter size hail was reported at
                            Athens.

TEXAS, Northeast

  Nacogdoches County
    Cushing                 Hail (1.00)

  Panola County
    Carthage                Hail (0.75)

  Shelby County
    Joaquin                 Hail (0.75)

TEXAS, Northeast

  Smith County
    Lindale                 Hail (0.88)

  Wood County
    Hawkins                 Hail (1.00)

  Shelby County
    Tenaha                  Hail (0.75)

                            Hail fell at the intersection of US
                            Highway 59 and County Rd. 4648

  Panola County
    1 S Carthage            Hail (0.75)

  Smith County
    Tyler                   Hail (0.88)

                            Hail fell on the west side
                            of town.

  Panola County
    8 SW Carthage           Hail (0.75)

  Panola County
    12 SE Carthage          Hail (0.88)

  Harrison County
    1 S Waskom              Hail (1.75)

  Rusk County
    1 SE Overton            Thunderstorm Wind (G58)

                            Powerlines downed near a school on
                            State Highway 42.

  Rusk County
    1 S Overton             Thunderstorm Wind (G58)

                            Powerlines were downed.

  Rusk County
    Tatum                   Hail (1.00)

  Panola County
    Carthage                Hail (2.75)

  Panola County
    Beckville               Hail (2.75)

  Panola County
    1 E Beckville           Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

                            Thunderstorm winds destroyed 2 homes
                            an damaged several other homes and
                            buildings. There were three injuries
                            ... one was in a home when the roof
                            was blown off their house and two
                            others were injured when a tree fell on
                            their vehicle. All were treated at an
                            area hospital and released.

  Harrison County
    3 W Waskom              Hail (0.75)

UTAH, West and Central

                            Other impressive precip totals for
                            Northern Utah were: Farmington Bench -
                            3.35", Bountiful Bench - 3.14", North
                            Holliday - 3.10", Centerville - 3.05",
                            University of Utah - 2.65", Sandy - 2.11",
                            Provo (BYU) - 2.01, Hill AFB - 1.99",
                            Pleasant Grove - 1.82", Salt Lake City
                            Airport - 1.63", Ogden airport - 1.40",
                            Provo - 1.08", and Delta - 0.99".

                            Across Central and Southern Utah, snow
                            (total precip) totals were: Brian Head
                            Ski Area - 60" (4.42"), Cedar Breaks -
                            43 (3.20"), Pine Valley Mts - 36"
                            (3.40), Kolob-Zion NP - 32" (2.83"),
                            Bryce Canyon - 28" (2.50"), Long Valley
                            Jet - 23" (3.00"), Fillmore - 7" (1.80"),
                            and Cedar City - 6" (0.57").

                            Other Central and Southern Utah precip
                            totals: Cedar Hills - 2.57", Hanksville
                            - 0.68" and St. George - 0.48".

                            Heavy Snow during this period proved
                            dangerous for back country skiiers. An
                            avalanche on March 24th near Kessler
                            Peak in the Cottonwoods caught 3
                            skiiers, all of whom survived but
                            sustained injuries and were rescued. A
                            second avalanche near Mt. Olympus
                            caught 3 snowshoers, all of whom
                            suffered minor injuries.

  UTZ019
                            Flood

                            Access road washed out

                            Heavy rainfall during 18-26th episode
                            washed out a temporary access road to
                            Gunlock. Repair estimate per Washington
                            Co. Emergency Services Mgr.

  UTZ005-015
                            Winter Storm

                            Fatal Auto accidents with other
                            injuries.

                            Icy roads during the 18-26th episode
                            resulted in numerous crashes on Utah
                            roads. One fatality occurred 23 miles
                            south of Nephiwhen a 76 year old male
                            died when he lost control of his
                            vehicle on I-15. There was one
                            additional injury. Another fatality
                            occurred on SR 112 in Toocle, when a 20
                            month-old boy was ejected from vehicle
                            when driver lost control on icy roads.
                            Seven additional injuries were reported
                            with this accident. Multiple injurues
                            were reported with crashes involving as
                            many as 20 vehicles on I-15. M76VE, M2VE

  UTZ008-008
                            Avalanche

                            Avalanche near Kessler Peak, Big
                            Cottonwood Canyon caught 3 back country
                            skiiers.

                            Heavy Snow during the 18-26th
                            episode proved dangerous for back
                            country skiiers. An avalanche on March
                            24th near Kessler Peak in the
                            Cottonwoods caught 3 skiiers, all of
                            whom survived but sustained injuries
                            and were rescued. A second avalanche
                            near Mt. Olympus caught 3 snowshoers,
                            all of whom suffered minor injuries.

  UTZ007-017
                            Extreme Cold/Wind Chill

                            Very cold air behind a departing winter
                            storm allowed temperatures to plunge to
                            record levels. Cedar City broke a 34
                            year record for the date with a low of
                            15 degrees. Randolph in northern Utah
                            dropped to a daily record of 10 degrees.

  UTZ002>008-016>017
                            Heavy Snow

                            Another series of cold wet storms hit
                            the state, the heaviest snow occurred
                            on the 30th ... when lake-effect snow
                            bands buried parts of Utah, Salt Lake
                            and Davis Counties. The morning commute
                            in and around Salt Lake City was quite
                            messy, with over 100 accidents
                            reported. Much to the dismay of
                            late-season skiiers, Little Cottonwood
                            Canyon was closed all day with 3-5" per
                            hour snows on local roadways.

                            Snow (liquid water equivalent) totals
                            for the 3 day period are as follows (M
                            = missing data): Alta Lifts - 67"
                            (4.65"), Alta UDOT - 64"(5.15"),
                            Solitude - 43" (3.55"), Brighton - 43"
                            (3.37"), Spruces - 42" (3.02"),
                            Farmington Canyon - 40" (3.40"), Snowbird
                            - 38" (2.90"), Snowbasin - 34" (2.53"),
                            Timpanogos Divide - 31" (M), Tony Grove
                            Lake - 30" (2.20"), Brian Head - 28"
                            (2.00"), Ben Lomund Peak and Oquirrh
                            Mountains - 26" (2.20"), Silver Lake - M
                            (2.10"), Parleys Summit - 20" (1.90"),
                            Cedar Breaks - 15"
                            2" (0.43)

  UTZ004
                            Avalanche

                            A massive 210 foot wide avalanche traveled
                            over 200 feet and came to rest in a
                            residential area in Woodland HIlls in Utah
                            County. The slide covered a lot just
                            renovated for development, and stopped
                            within 100 feet of a row of new homes. No
                            injuries or property damage.

VIRGIN ISLANDS

  VIZ002
                            Drought

                            The lack of rainfall in St Croix led to
                            the second driest March on record. Only
                            0.42 inches of rain were recorded at the
                            airport for the entire month where the
                            normal is 1.72 inches. An estimated of
                            1,000 acres had burned in brush fires.

  VIZ002
                            Wildfire

                            A brush fire scorched more than 300 acres
                            of vegetation near South Sore cafe in
                            Estate Petronelli, several utlity poles
                            were damaged.

  VIZ002
                            Wildfire

                            More than 15 acres of brush was scorched
                            when a fire crept over an open field
                            between Estates Mon Bijou and Calquohoun.

  VIZ002
                            Wildfire

                            A brush fire on the east end of the
                            island consumed more than one 100 acres
                            of parched vegetation near Grape Tree Bay.
                            The fire damaged several utility poles.

  VIZ002
                            Wildfire

                            Brush fires fueled by brisk winds scorched
                            hundred of acres on St. Croix.
                            Fires were in estates Bethlehem,
                            Calquohoun and Cobble. The fire damaged
                            several telephone poles and some
                            livestock could have perished.

VIRGINIA, Extreme Southwest

  VAZ001-005>006-008
                            Heavy Snow

                            A clipper type storm system produced two
                            to five inches of snow in the higher
                            elevations of Southwest Virginia from
                            midnight through 930 am EST. In this
                            time range, the greatest amount of snow
                            fell across Lee and Wise counties.

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