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Storm Data and Unusual Weather Phenomena
April 2005

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

MAINE, North

  MEZ004-010-031           Northern Piscataquis - Central
                           Piscataquis - Southern Piscataquis
                           02     2200EST
                           06     1100EST

                           Low pressure tracking slowly north
                           across New England to the Saint
                           Lawrence River Valley brought heavy
                           rains to the region. Event rainfall
                           totals generally ranged from 1.50 to
                           2.50 inches ... with localized totals
                           to around 3.00 inches across terrain
                           enhanced areas. Water levels on rivers
                           and streams were still elevated from a
                           heavy rain event less than a week
                           before which had led to flooding. The
                           combination of already elevated water
                           levels ... heavy rain ... snow melt and
                           lingering river ice contributed to new
                           flooding with this event.

                           Flooding initially developed along the
                           Piscataquis River ... Kingsbury Stream
                           and Pleasant River where several roads
                           were closed. The elevated river levels
                           caused the remaining river ice to move
                           and jam resulting in ice jams across
                           the region. Ice jams were reported on
                           the Piscataquis River ... Sebec River
                           ... Pleasant River and Kingsbury Stream.

  MEZ005-011-015           Northern Penobscot - Central
                           Penobscot - Southern Penobscot
                           05     0400EST
                           06     1100EST

                           Low pressure tracking slowly north
                           across New England to the Saint
                           Lawrence River Valley brought heavy
                           rains to the region. Event rainfall
                           totals generally ranged from 1.00 to
                           2.50 inches. Water levels on rivers and
                           streams were still elevated from a
                           heavy rain event less than a week
                           before which had led to flooding. The
                           combination of already elevated water
                           levels ... heavy rains ... snow melt
                           and lingering river ice contributed to
                           new flooding with this event.

                           An ice jam developed along the East
                           Branch of the Penobscot River near the
                           town of Grindstone along Route 11. This
                           caused flooding of Route 11 from 5
                           miles north of Grindstone to 5 miles
                           south of Grindstone ... resulting in
                           the closure of this 10 mile stretch of
                           road. Several homes were also evacuated
                           in this area due to the rising waters.
                           Lesser flooding of smaller rivers and
                           streams was also reported across the
                           rest of the county ... especially along
                           portions of the Mattawamkeag River.

  MEZ001>002-006           Northwest Aroostook - Northeast
                           Aroostook - Southeast Aroostook
                           06     2230EST
                           14     1200EST

                           A combination of heavy late winter
                           snows ... several heavy rain events and
                           thick extensive ice on area rivers and
                           streams set the stage for a prolonged
                           ice jam event across Aroostook county.
                           Rising river levels due to a
                           combination of heavy rain and snowmelt
                           caused river ice to begin to move and
                           jam in early April.

                           An ice jam developed on the Aroostook
                           River between Caribou and Fort
                           Fairfield during the night of the 6th
                           causing the river to overflow ...
                           resulting in the closure of a road
                           along the Caribou - Fort Fairfield town
                           line. Elevated waters from this ice jam
                           backed up into several brooks and
                           streams entering the Aroostook River
                           near the point of the ice jam causing
                           them to overflow their banks and
                           threaten other roads.

                           Another ice jam developed along the
                           Aroostook River ... upriver of the
                           Caribou dam during the morning of the
                           7th. River levels rose quickly in the
                           vicinity of the ice jam leading to
                           flooding near the town of Parkhurst and
                           along several roads bordering the
                           river. During the night of the 7th ...
                           ice began to move on the Saint John
                           River near Big Rapids and Dickey. Ice
                           also began to move on the Allagash
                           river ... which feeds into the Saint
                           John River near Dickey. Water levels on
                           the Saint John and Allagash rivers ...
                           along with tributary streams and brooks
                           ... continued to rise through the
                           night. This produced continued ice
                           movement and jamming.

                           The ice jam on the Saint John River in
                           the vicinity of Big Rapids and Dickey
                           continued to grow during the 8th with
                           ice accumulating to depths of 30 feet
                           in spots. Ice jams continued to produce
                           rapid fluctuations across the Saint
                           John ... Allagash and Aroostook river
                           basins during the 8th along both
                           mainstem rivers and smaller streams and
                           brooks. Another ice jam developed on
                           the Saint John River between the towns
                           of Grand Isle and Lille with continuing
                           increases in river levels. Along the
                           Aroostook River ... ice jammed against
                           the Route IA bridge at Fort Fairfield
                           where rising water levels closed the
                           road for a time in the vicinity of the
                           bridge.

                           Melting snow continued to supply water
                           to area rivers during the 9th and 10th.
                           The Saint John river continued to rise
                           in the vicinity of Grand Isle and Lille
                           ... with the river spilling over onto
                           surrounding low lying agricultural
                           lands in spots during the morning of the
                           9th. Elevated levels on the Aroostook
                           River in the vicinity of Fort Fairfield
                           continued to affect roads near the
                           river. Other ice jams were scattered
                           along the length of the Aroostook River
                           leading to localized lowland flooding
                           which affected some roads bordering the
                           river. Along the Aroostook River ... in
                           the vicinity of Washburn ... low lying
                           areas of the town park and boat launch
                           were flooded ... with a portion of
                           Route 164 near the river closed due to
                           flooding. The Aroostook river briefly
                           exceeded the flood stage at the
                           Washburn forecast point. Flood stage at
                           Washburn is 14.0 feet and the river
                           briefly crested at 14.1 feet during an
                           ice jam on the 9th. The ice jam on the
                           Saint John River near Dickey and Big
                           Rapids remained active resulting in the
                           flooding of a private road which cut
                           off access to several homes.

                           A 2 mile long ice jam on the Aroostook
                           River in the vicinity of Fort Fairfield
                           continued to produce elevated river
                           levels with spillover onto low lying
                           lands and roads bordering the river.
                           Ice jams persisted across the Saint
                           John ... Allagash and Aroostook River
                           basins on both mainstem rivers and
                           smaller streams and brooks. Many towns
                           and roads were affected by elevated
                           water levels due to ice jams. The ice
                           jam near the Caribou dam finally
                           released and moved downriver toward the
                           Fort Fairfield ice jam during the night
                           of the 10th leading to occasional
                           flooding between Caribou and Fort
                           Fairfield.

                           Ice jams persisted on rivers and
                           streams across northern Aroostook
                           county during the 11th. A three mile
                           ice jam existed on the Aroostook River
                           near Fort Fairfield. Ice jams persisted
                           along the length of the Saint John
                           River from near Nine Mile Bridge in
                           northwest Aroostook county to Van Buren
                           in northeast Aroostook county along the
                           border of Maine and New Brunswick. The
                           ice jam on the Saint John River in the
                           vicinity of Dickey and Big Rapids had
                           grown to nearly 12 miles in length ...
                           with ice piled 30 feet deep in spots.
                           Reports of bridge damage and closures
                           from the North Maine woods began to be
                           received during the morning of the 11th
                           due to ice damage along both the Saint
                           John River and Allagash Rivers.
                           Flooding of low lying agricultural land
                           persisted along portions of the Saint
                           John and Aroostook rivers with sections
                           of some roads remaining closed due to
                           flooding.

                           Ice continued to move and jam during
                           the 12th with snowmelt contributing to
                           further increases on rivers and streams
                           ... with numerous reports of ice jam
                           flooding on both mainstem rivers along
                           with smaller streams and brooks.
                           Another ice jam developed near the
                           mouth of the Saint Francis River where
                           it feeds into the Saint John River
                           ... where an extensive ice jam still
                           existed. The ice jam on the Saint
                           Francis River led to flooding of
                           surrounding low lying areas but did not
                           threaten roads or homes. Flooding of
                           low lying agricultural land persisted
                           along the Saint John River From Grand
                           Isle to Van Buren.

                           Ice continued to move and jam across
                           the region during the 13th. River
                           levels finally began to recede during
                           the 14th leaving much of the ice either
                           grounded on river banks or along river
                           bottoms. During the 14th much of the
                           remaining flooding was confined to low
                           lying agricultural land bordering
                           rivers and streams. Ice jams persisted
                           through much of the next week ...
                           particularly along portions of the
                           Saint John river and Allagash river.
                           However ... the ice continued to decay
                           with the rivers the cutting paths
                           through the remaining ice with
                           ice also continuing to flush through
                           the rivers. River and lake levels
                           remained elevated enough to continue
                           spilling over onto some low lying
                           agricultural lands during this time.
                           Much of the remaining ice was finally
                           flushed through the river systems
                           from the 20th to the 22nd ... with
                           other ice left grounded on the river
                           banks to slowly melt. The ice jam on
                           the Saint John River in the vicinity
                           of Dickey and Big Rapids was considered
                           one of the worst in decades.

  MEZ004-010-031           Northern Piscataquis - Central
                           Piscataquis - Southern Piscataquis
                           24     2000EST
                           26     0500EST

                           Another in a series of heavy rain
                           producing storms brought 1.50 to 2.50
                           inches of rain to the region ... with
                           local totals to around 3.00 inches in
                           terrain enhanced areas. This heavy rain
                           falling on soil already saturated from
                           snow melt and several weeks of rain
                           produced rapid run-off into already
                           elevated rivers and streams. Rivers and
                           streams responded quickly to the heavy
                           rains causing many to overflow their
                           banks flooding low lying areas and
                           causing the closure of some roads and
                           bridges. The smaller rivers and streams
                           responded initially.... with mainstem
                           river flooding developing shortly
                           thereafter.

                           The Piscataquis River at Dover-Foxcroft
                           exceeded flood stage of 11.0 feet
                           during the morning of the 25th ...
                           cresting at around 12.0 feet that
                           evening ... then falling back below
                           flood stage during early morning hours
                           of the 26th. This flooding.... along
                           with flooding on the Pleasant River
                           and Kingsbury Stream ... led to road
                           closures around Guilford ...
                           Dover-Foxcroft and Brownville
                           Junction. The elevated waters
                           of the Piscataquis River tore
                           the Howland town docks from their
                           moorings and washed them downriver.
                           Water levels began to gradually recede
                           during the night of the 25th ...
                           with diminishing flooding ...
                           though river levels remained elevated.

  MEZ005-011-015           Northern Penobscot - Central
                           Penobscot - Southern Penobscot
                           25     1900EST
                           26     0800EST

                           Another in a series of heavy rain
                           producing storms brought 1.00 to 2.00
                           inches of rain to the region ... with
                           locally higher totals. This heavy rain
                           falling on soil already saturated from
                           snow melt and several weeks of rain
                           produced rapid run-off into already
                           elevated rivers and streams. Rivers and
                           streams responded quickly to the heavy
                           rains causing many to overflow their
                           banks flooding low lying areas and
                           causing the closure of some roads and
                           bridges. The smaller rivers and streams
                           responded initially ... with the
                           mainstem rivers then rising shortly
                           thereafter.

                           The East Branch of the Penobscot River
                           overflowed in the vicinity of
                           Grindstone flooding portions of Route
                           11 ... which had to be closed for a
                           time. Other ... mainly lesser ... small
                           stream flooding reported was across the
                           rest of the county. Flooding diminished
                           during the early morning hours
                           of the 26th.

  MEZ001>002-              Northwest Aroostook - Northeast
  005>006-011-             Aroostook - Northern Penobscot -
  015>016-029              Southeast Aroostook - Central
                           Penobscot - Southern Penobscot -
                           Interior Hancock - Coastal Hancock
                           27     1500EST
                           30     2359EST

                           Yet another low pressure system brought
                           abundant moisture and heavy
                           precipitation to the region ... shortly
                           after the previous system. The
                           storm brought heavy rain to the region
                           from the night of the 27th to the 28th.
                           Event rainfall totals of 1.50 to 3.00
                           inches were common across the region
                           ... with local totals in excess of 4.00
                           inches. The heaviest rains ...
                           exceeding 4.00 inches in spots ...
                           occurred across portions of Hancock
                           county. Some of the heavier rain totals
                           were also reported across terrain
                           enhanced are of Penobscot county.
                           Rivers and streams had little time to
                           recover from the previous heavy rains
                           occurring just shortly before this
                           event. These most recent heavy rains
                           ... combined with a month of snow melt
                           and several previous heavy rain events
                           ... caused rivers and streams to rise
                           rapidly from already elevated levels.
                           Across Aroostook county ... melting
                           snow provided additional water
                           particularly to the Saint John River
                           and tributaries. In addition ... water
                           releases from dams in preparation for
                           this event led to flooding along some
                           smaller rivers and streams before the
                           rains even began across portions of
                           Penobscot and Hancock counties.
                           Elevated lake levels caused increased
                           flows on streams and rivers draining
                           the lakes which also contributed to
                           flooding of roads and basements.

                           Rivers and streams rose rapidly in
                           response to the heavy rains. Reports of
                           lowland flooding and road closures
                           begain to be received during the
                           morning of the 28th. Across the North
                           Maine woods of northwest Aroostook
                           county many small streams and brooks
                           were reported over their banks leading
                           to flooding of many roads ... leading
                           to travel restrictions in that area.
                           The elevated water the Fish River in
                           northern Aroostook county contributed
                           to the flooding of some basements from
                           the vicinity of Soldier Pond to Fort
                           Kent. Elevated lake levels also flooded
                           camps and homes bordering the lakes.
                           The Saint John ... Allagash and
                           Aroostook Rivers of northern Aroostook
                           county were very elevated ... but
                           generally remained below flood stage
                           with the exception of some spillover
                           onto low lying agricultural land.

                           Across Penobscot county ... many
                           reports of lowland flooding were
                           received along with some road closures.
                           A portion of Route 11 was again closed
                           due to flooding in the vicinity of
                           Grindstone. Flooding was also reported
                           along the Millinocket Stream in
                           Millinocket. Around 250 people in
                           Millinocket were cut off from their
                           homes for a time due to flooding ...
                           requiring a school bus to provide
                           access across flooded roads. Around a
                           dozen homes on Route 2 near Milford
                           were surrounded by water ... with
                           several roads closed ... due to the
                           elevated Penobscot River. The Penobscot
                           River also spilled over onto the
                           parking lots of several businesses in
                           Old Town. The initial flooding was
                           reported along the smaller tributary
                           streams and rivers of the mainstem
                           Penobscot River. The Penobscot River
                           exceeded flood stage at both the West
                           Enfield and Eddington forecast points.
                           The flood stage at both West Enfield
                           and Eddington is 18.0 feet. Flood stage
                           at West Enfield was exceeded during the
                           early morning hours of the 29th ...
                           cresting at nearly 20.0 feet later that
                           night ... then falling back below flood
                           stage during the early morning hours of
                           May Flood stage at Eddington was
                           exceeded during the early morning hours
                           of the 30th ... cresting at around 18.5
                           feet that evening ... then falling back
                           below flood stage during the evening of
                           May 1st.

                           Across Hancock county lowland flooding
                           and road closures were common
                           particularly across the Blue Hill
                           peninsula and in Ellsworth along the
                           Union River.

  MEZ003>004-010-031       Northern Somerset - Northern
                           Piscataquis - Central Piscataquis -
                           Southern Piscataquis
                           28     0900EST
                           30     2359EST

                           Yet another low pressure system brought
                           abundant moisture and heavy
                           precipitation to the region ... shortly
                           after the previous system. The storm
                           brought heavy rain to the region from
                           the night of the 27th to the 28th.
                           Event rainfall totals of 1.50 inches to
                           3.50 inches occurred across the region ...
                           with the higher totals generally
                           occuring across terrain enhanced areas
                           of Piscataquis county. Rivers and
                           streams had little time to recover from
                           the previous heavy rain event occurring
                           just shortly before this event. These
                           most recent rains ... combined with a
                           month of snow melt and several previous
                           heavy rain events ... caused rivers and
                           streams to rise rapidly from already
                           elevated levels. Across northern
                           Somerset county ... melting snow
                           provided additional water particularly
                           to the Saint John River and its
                           tributaries.

                           Rivers and streams rose rapidly in
                           response to the heavy rains. Reports of
                           low land flooding and road closures
                           began to be received during the morning
                           of the 28th. Across the North Maine
                           woods of northern Somerset county many
                           small streams and brooks were reported
                           over their banks leading to flooding of
                           many roads ... leading to travel
                           restrictions there. Across Piscataquis
                           county ... many reports of small river and
                           stream flooding were initially
                           reported. The Pleasant River road was
                           closed between Milo and Brownville due
                           to a washout. The Back Abbot Road was
                           also closed in the vicinity of
                           Kingsbury Stream. Many other roads
                           across the county were also closed due
                           to flooding. Much of the initial
                           flooding was reported along the smaller
                           tributary streams and rivers of the
                           mainstem Piscataquis River. The
                           Piscataquis river did excceed flood
                           stage at the Dover - Foxcroft forecast
                           point. Flood stage at Dover - Foxcroft
                           is 11.0 feet. Flood Stage at Dover -
                           Foxcroft was exceeded during the
                           evening of the 28th ... cresting at
                           around 11.2 feet several hours later
                           ... then falling back below flood stage
                           during the morning of the 29th.

  MEZ017-030-032           Central Washington - Coastal
                           Washington - Northern Washington
                           28     1500EST
                           30     2359EST

                           Yet another low pressure system brought
                           abundant moisture and heavy
                           precipitation to the region ... shortly
                           after the previous system. The storm
                           brought heavy rain to the region from
                           the night of the 27th to the 28th.
                           Event rainfall totals of 1.50 to 3.00
                           inches were common across the region ...
                           with local totals in excess of 4.00
                           inches. Rivers and streams had little
                           time to recover from the previous heavy
                           rain event occurring just shortly
                           before this event. These most recent
                           heavy rains ... combined with a month
                           of snow melt and several previous heavy
                           rain events ... caused rivers and
                           streams to rise rapidly from already
                           elevated levels.

                           Rivers and streams rose rapidly in
                           response to the heavy rains. Reports of
                           lowland flooding and road closures
                           began to be received during the morning
                           of the 28th. Areas of flooding
                           continued to be reported through the
                           30th ... with water levels then
                           receding during the early morning hours
                           of May 1st.

  MEZ001                   Northwest Aroostook
                           29     0800EST
                                  1400EST

                           Cold air wrapping around exiting low
                           pressure changed rain to snow across
                           northwest Aroostook county. The result
                           was a late season snow event which
                           produced 5 to 10 inches of heavy wet
                           snow. The heavy wet snow accumulating
                           on tree branches weighed down the
                           branches causing then to contact power
                           lines or snap and fall onto power lines
                           ... contributing to power outages.
                           Around 3500 customers lost power at
                           various times during this event.

MAINE, South

                           NOT RECEIVED.

MARYLAND, Central

                           NOT RECEIVED.

MARYLAND, Northeast

  Kent County
    2 E Chestertown        02     1335EST

  Queen Anne'S County
    3 W Mc Ginnis          02     1335EST

                           A severe thunderstorm knocked down
                           several trees along the Kent and Queen
                           Anne's County border near Chestertown
                           (Kent County) and Kings Town (Queen
                           Anne's County).

  MDZ008                   Cecil
                           03     0950EST
                           06     0930EST

                           The combination of heavy rain on the
                           2nd and snowmelt runoff from northern
                           locations in the Susquehanna Basin
                           caused flooding along the Susquehanna
                           River from April 3rd through the 6th.
                           Rain began falling late in the evening
                           on April 1st and fell at its heaviest
                           during the day on the 2nd. The rain did
                           not end until around sunrise on April
                           3rd. Doppler radar storm total
                           estimates averaged around three inches
                           and caused poor drainage flooding. The
                           runoff led to the Susquehanna River at
                           Conowingo flooding (flood stage 23.5
                           feet) from 1050 a.m. EDT on the 3rd
                           through 1030 a.m. EDT on the 6th. It
                           crested 26.7 feet 945 a.m. EDT on the
                           4th. Flooding occurred at the north end
                           of Port Deposit.

                           The heavy rain was caused by a low
                           pressure system that moved from the
                           southern Gulf Coast States on the
                           morning of April 1st northeast to the
                           eastern Tennessee Valley during the
                           evening of the 1st, to far western
                           Virginia just after Midnight EST on the
                           2nd into central Virginia at 7 a.m. EST
                           on the 2nd, near Washington D.C. at 1
                           p.m. EST on the 2nd, near Lancaster,
                           Pennsylvania at 7 p.m. EST on the 2nd,
                           near Scranton, Pennsylvania at 2 a.m.
                           EDT on the 3rd, over the Finger Lakes
                           in New York at 8 a.m. EDT on the 3rd
                           and into eastern Lake Ontario at 2 p.m.
                           EDT on the 3rd. The strong southeast
                           flow preceding the low pressure system
                           was able to entrain Atlantic Ocean
                           moisture in addition to the Gulf of
                           Mexico moisture into the system. The
                           southeast flow also was ideal for
                           orographic lifting in the upper part of
                           the Susquehanna Basin. The flooding was
                           exacerbated by the already wet soil
                           conditions due to heavy rain on both
                           March 23rd and 28th.

MARYLAND, South

  Dorchester County
  7 S Hurlock              02     2030EST

                           Mobile home on Bailey Store Road pushed
                           2 feet off foundation. Water service
                           line broken.

MARYLAND, West

  MDZ001                   Garrett
                           03     1000EST
                                  1200EST

                           Surface low pressure passed over
                           Huntington, WV. Then it intensified and
                           moved into northeastern Pennsylvania.
                           Heavy snow started on the northwest
                           side of the storm by 1130 PM on 2nd.
                           Oakland reached 6 inches of snow by 10
                           AM on 3rd.

MASSACHUSETTS, Central and East

                           NONE REPORTED.

MASSACHUSETTS, West

                           NONE REPORTED.

MICHIGAN, East

  MIZ047>048-              Midland - Bay - Saginaw - Tuscola -
  053>055-060>063-         Sanilac - Shiawassee - Genesee -
  069>070                  Lapeer - St. Clair - Oakland - Macomb
                           23     1600EST
                           24     2000EST

                           A powerful spring storm tracked across
                           the Ohio Valley on Friday the 22nd, and
                           into the Eastern Great Lakes on the
                           23rd. The storm then deepened as it
                           slowly backed west toward Lake Huron on
                           the 24th.

                           This intense area of low
                           pressure dumped heavy snow along and
                           north of M-59, as well as producing
                           frequent wind gusts to 30 mph. Final
                           snowfall accumulations were generally
                           in the 6 to 12 inch range, with
                           slightly higher accumulations over the
                           higher terrain along and just south of
                           I-69. It should be noted considerable
                           melting occurred due to the warm ground
                           and air temperatures at or slightly
                           above freezing through the event. The
                           combination of heavy wet snow and
                           strong winds lead to numerous reports
                           of trees and tree limbs down, which
                           resulted in power outages.

                           Here are some of the higher snowfall reports
                           received from each county:
                           Bay City (Bay), 5.0 inches
                           Grand Blanc (Genesee), 13.0 inches
                           Dryden (Lapeer), 14.4 inches
                           Richmond (Macomb), 11.3 inches
                           Midland (Midland), 5.0 inches
                           White Lake NWS (Oakland), 15.0 inches
                           Saginaw (Saginaw), 6.0 inches
                           Brown City (Sanilac), 11.0 inches
                           Capac (St Clair), 14.0 inches
                           Fairgrove (Tuscola), 6.0 inches

  MIZ049                   Huron
                           23     1600EST
                           24     2000EST

                           Heavy snowfall up to 12 inches combined
                           with wind gusts to 45 mph created
                           blizzard conditions over Huron County.
                           Blowing and drifting snow lead to snow
                           drifts as high as 4 feet.

MICHIGAN, Extreme Southwest

                           NONE REPORTED.

MICHIGAN, North

  MIZO34                   Roscommon
                           16     1500EST
                           17     2300EST

                           A long period of warm and dry weather
                           affected northern Michigan from the end
                           of March through mid April. Once the
                           spring melt was completed, the fire
                           danger rapidly increased. A number of
                           wildfires developed in northern Lower
                           Michigan in mid April. By far the
                           largest occurred in Nester Township in
                           Roscommon County, south of Prudenville.
                           This fire (of unknown origin) started
                           on the afternoon of the 16th, and
                           burned over 1500 acres before it was
                           gradually brought under control over
                           the next several days. There was no
                           known structural damage, though sixteen
                           to twenty homes in the area were
                           evacuated.

  MIZ018-022-024-          Presque Isle - Otsego - Alpena -
  029>030                  Oscoda - Alcona
                           24     0400EST
                                  1300EST

                           A strong upper level disturbance sat
                           over the Great Lakes region from the
                           23rd through the 25th. This brought an
                           extended period of rain and wet snow to
                           the region. Accumulating snow was
                           confined largely to the nighttime and
                           morning hours, when temperatures were
                           just a touch cooler. A burst of heavier
                           snow brought 6 to 8 inches of
                           accumulation to parts of northeast
                           Lower Michigan, including Alpena,
                           Hubbard Lake, Comins, Presque Isle, and
                           Vanderbilt. The wet, clingy snow,
                           combined with wind gusts of 25 to 30
                           mph, was enough to down a few trees and
                           large tree limbs in Harrisville.

MICHIGAN, Upper

                           NONE REPORTED.

MICHIGAN, West

                           NONE REPORTED.

MINNESOTA, Central and South Central

  Kandiyohi County
    New London             05     1830CST

  Stearns County
    1 S Paynesville        05     1917CST

                           Hail covered County Road 55.
  Meeker County
    2 SW Manannah to       05     1934CST
    1 W Manannah                  1936CST

                           Dime to nickel sized hail fell.

  Swift County
    Benson                 05     1943CST

  Todd County
    6 N Grey Eagle         05     1952CST

  Swift County
    De Graff               05     2033CST

  Isanti County
    10 W Cambridge         05     2330CST

  Brown County
    Essig to               10     0800CST
      2 W New Ulm                 0804CST

  Watonwan County
    5 W Madelia            10     0820CST

                           Pea to nickel sized hail covered the
                           ground.

  Meeker County
    5 W Cedar Mills        10     2010CST

  Freeborn County
    Albert Lea             17     1610CST

  Pope County
    7 SW Starbuck          19     1606CST      0.1       25

                           A tornado briefly touched down in an
                           open field in Walden Township, Section
                           16. The touchdown occurred about 2.5
                           miles north-northwest of the west end
                           of Lake Emily. No damage was reported.

  Pope County
    6 W Gilchrist          19     1620CST

                           A funnel cloud was spotted by the
                           public about 5 miles northwest of Swift
                           Falls, or 6 miles west of Gilcrest.

MINNESOTA, Northeast

  Koochiching County
    Ranier                 18     1720CST

  Koochiching County
    Ranier                 18     1737CST

                           The hail fell for 10 minutes.

  Koochiching County
    International Falls    18     1844CST

MINNESOTA, Northwest

  MNZ007                   West Marshall
                           01     0000CST
                           08     2359CST

                           By the end of March, the only snow left
                           to melt was along the Canadian border,
                           mostly from Langdon (ND) to Roseau
                           (MN). The melt rate had been nearly
                           ideal, with warm daytime highs and
                           nights below freezing. Several late
                           season snowstorms had hit the Canadian
                           border region with some substantial
                           snowfall amounts. Snow depths ranged
                           around 20 inches at Langdon (ND), 15
                           inches at Pembina (ND) and Hallock
                           (MN), and 12 inches at the Agassiz
                           National Wildlife Refuge (MN). The snow
                           water equivalent measured at the
                           Agassiz Refuge was about 2.5 inches. As
                           warmer temperatures occurred in early
                           April, there was still a good amount of
                           moisture left to work into the river
                           system across northeast North Dakota
                           and northwest Minnesota. The Red River
                           started rising in the Oslo area in late
                           March. The river crested around 34.2
                           feet between April 4th and 5th, then
                           fell back below it moderate flood stage
                           around April 8th.

  MNZ004                   Kittson
                           01     0938CST
                           08     2359CST

                           The Two Rivers River at Hallock began
                           to rise in late March. The river
                           crested between 807 and 808 feet MSL on
                           April 4th, then fell back below its
                           moderate flood stage around April 8th.

  Lake Of The Woods
  County
    1 S Lude               18     1703CST

MINNESOTA, Southeast

  Dodge County
    3 N Mantorville        19     1545CST

                           Funnel clouds were sighted by law
                           enforcement officials and the public,
                           but none touched down.

MINNESOTA, Southwest

  Rock County
    2 S Magnolia           10     0515CST

  Nobles County
    Lismore                10     0522CST

                           Hail lightly covered the ground.

  Lincoln County
    3 SW Lake Benton       16     0940CST
                                  0945CST

  Lyon County
    1 S Florence           16     1044CST

  Rock County
    5 SE Jasper            17     1633CST

  Pipestone County
    2 SE Trosky            17     1645CST

  Cottonwood County
    5 SW Storden           17     2008CST

MINNESOTA, West

                           NONE REPORTED.

MINNESOTA, West Central

                           NONE REPORTED.

MISSISSIPPI, Central

                           NOT RECEIVED.

MISSISSIPPI, North

  Chickasaw County
    7 S Houston to         01     1149CST
    6 E Houston                   1205CST

  Tishomingo County
    Belmont                01     1253CST
                                  1300CST

  Lee County
    Tupelo                 06     1400CST
                                  1600CST

                           Six roads were flooded.

  Panola County
    Pope                   06     1412CST
                                  1420CST

  Panola County
    10 SE Batesville       06     1441CST
                                  1450CST

  Panola County
    10 SE Batesville       06     1441CST
                                  1450CST

                           One mobile home had roof damage. A
                           shed and a carport were badly damaged.
                           Some trees were knocked down.

  Panola County
    Batesville             06     1500CST
                                  1700CST

                           Flood waters reached several
                           businesses.

  Lafayette County
    7 W Oxford             06     1506CST
                                  1511CST

  Lafayette County
    2 SE Oxford            06     1527CST
                                  1532CST

                           One mobile home was damaged. Several
                           trees and power lines were blown down.

  Prentiss County
    1 E Booneville         07     1300CST
                                  1305CST

  Tate County
    Senatobia              11     1300CST
                                  1500CST

                           Several roads were flooded. The water
                           reached up to the doorways of several
                           cars.

  Prentiss County
    8 E Booneville         22     0220CST
                                  0225CST

  De Soto County
    South Haven            22     0427CST
                                  0435CST

  Panola County
    Sardis                 29     1942CST
                                  1950CST
  Monroe County
    2 NW Aberdeen to       29     2342CST
    2 N Aberdeen                  2344CST

MISSISSIPPI, South

  Jackson County
    7 W Vancleave          01     0103CST

  Pearl River County
    Picayune               01     0215CST

                           Hail ranging in size from pennies
                           to golfballs was reported.

  Pearl River County
    Countywide             01     0330CST
                                  0930CST

  Harrison County
    Countywide             01     0430CST
                                  1030CST

  Jackson County
    Countywide             01     0430CST
                                  1030CST

  MSZ077-081>082           Pearl River - Harrison - Jackson
                           01     0930CST
                           02     1800CST

                           Heavy rainfall that began on March
                           31st continued through the morning
                           hours of April 1st resulting in the
                           flooding of numerous roadways and
                           homes in sections of coastal and
                           south Mississippi. The hardest hit
                           area was Jackson County where 8 to 12
                           inches of rain fell during the
                           night and morning hours. The heavy
                           rain also resulted in signfcant
                           flooding in lower portions of several
                           rivers and streams in south
                           Mississippi, particularly along major
                           rivers in in Harrison and Jackson
                           Counties, such as the Escatawpa,
                           Biloxi and Tchoutacabouffa Rivers.
                           Overall 250 homes and numerous
                           roadways were flooded across
                           Jackson County, with the communities
                           of Moss Point and Ocean Springs were
                           especially hard hit. In Harrison
                           County, a number of roadways were
                           flooded and a few homes around
                           D'Iberville received water damage.
                           In Pearl River County, several roads
                           were flooded by the heavy rainfall.

  Pike County
    Progress to            06     0650CST       9        100
      2 ENE Holmesville           0715CST

                           A tornado touched down near the
                           community of Progress in Pike County
                           and moved north northeast to the
                           Barto area before crossing Highway 98
                           and moving out of Pike County and
                           into Walthall County about 2 miles
                           east northeast of Holmesville. Along
                           its path in Pike County, the tornado
                           destroyed a church and a couple of
                           mobile homes, damaged a number of
                           houses and businesses, and knocked
                           down numerous trees.

  Walthall County
    3 WNW Dinan to         06     0715CST       7        100
    2 W Sartinsville              0755CST

                           A tornado moved out of Pike County
                           and entered Walthall County about 3
                           miles west northwest of Dinan and
                           continued travelling north northeast
                           until it dissipated approximately 2
                           miles west of Sartinsville. The
                           tornado caused significant damage to
                           25 houses, 10 trailers, and 2
                           businesses in Walthall County.

                           A meso-cyclone thunderstorm produced
                           a tornado as moved on an intermittent
                           path northeastward across eastern
                           Pike County and northwest Walthall
                           County.

  Wilkinson County
    Ft Adams               06     0845CST

  Hancock County
    2 W Waveland           06     1035CST      1.5       30
                                  1038CST

                           A tornado moved through the community
                           of Bayside Park damaging around 30
                           houses and 8 mobile homes. Some of the
                           homes received severe damage. The
                           tornado also knocked down numerous
                           trees and damaged several vehicles.
                           Most of the damage was produced by
                           trees falling on structures and
                           automobiles.

  Amite County
    5 E Liberty            06     1315CST

  Jackson County
    5 NNE Ocean Spgs       06     1445CST
                                  1545CST

                           A bridge was washed out on Old Fort
                           Bayou Road.

  Amite County
    Gillsburg              11     1704CST

  Pike County
    Mc Comb Pike Co Arpt   11     1720CST

  Walthall County
    5 SE Tylertown         11     1755CST

                           Trees and power lines were blown down
                           in the southeast portion of Walthall
                           County.

  Walthall County
    5 E Tylertown          11     1755CST      0.1       25

                           A weak tornado was observed to
                           briefly touch down causing no damage.
  Hancock County
    Waveland               11     1920CST

                           Trees and power lines were knocked
                           down.

  Harrison County
    Saucier                11     2200CST

                           Thunderstorm winds knocked down power
                           lines and a street sign and caused
                           damage to a porch.

  Pike County
    3 W Summit             22     1845CST

  Amite County
    Smithdale              22     1845CST

  Walthall County
    5 N Salem              22     1910CST

                           Power lines were blown down in the
                           Sartinville area.

  Pike County
    3 W Mc Comb            22     1945CST

                           Nickel size hail fell in the
                           Pinehurst area along Highway 48.

  Pearl River County
    4 W Poplarville        26     1233CST

  Pearl River County
    9 W Poplarville        26     1235CST

  Harrison County
    Biloxi to              26     2005CST
    D Iberville

                           Penny size hail was reported in
                           Biloxi and D'Iberville.

  Walthall County
    Tylertown              30     0350CST

                           A tree was blown down near Tylertown.

  Pearl River County
    Countywide             30     0550CST
                                  0615CST

                           Numerous trees were reported down
                           across the county.

MISSISSIPPI, Southeast

  George County
    South Portion          01     0915CST
                                  1000CST

                           Heavy rains caused several roads in
                           the southern parts of the county to
                           flood.  Many of the roads had to be
                           closed for about an hour. It was
                           estimated that four to six inches of
                           rain fell across the area in a six
                           hour period.

  Perry County
    Runnelstown            11     1730CST
                                  1733CST

  Perry County
    Richton                11     1745CST
                                  1748CST

  Wayne County
    10 S Waynesboro        11     1807CST
                                  1810CST

  Wayne County
    Buckatunna             11     1820CST
                                  1823CST

  Wayne County
    10 W Clara             22     1735CST
                                  1738CST

                           Golfball size hail fell from a
                           thunderstorm near Strengthford. The
                           hail caused minor damage to some
                           vehicles.

  Wayne County
    Waynesboro             22     1755CST
                                  1757CST

  Perry County
    Richton                22     1810CST
                                  1815CST

                           Golfball size hail fell from a
                           thunderstorm near Richton. The large
                           hail damaged several vehicles.

  Greene County
    Bothwell               22     1815CST
                                  1817CST

  Wayne County
    Clara                  22     1850CST
                                  1853CST

  Greene County
    Rounsaville            22     1910CST      0.5       200
                                  1911CST

                           A weak tornado briefly touched down
                           near Rounsaville. The tornado blew
                           down several trees and caused minor
                           roof and siding damage to two homes.
                           The storm also dropped quarter size
                           hail.

  Wayne County
    Waynesboro             26     1210CST
                                  1212CST

  Stone County
    Wiggins                26     1250CST
                                  1253CST

  Wayne County
    Waynesboro             30     0400CST
                                  0403CST

                           High winds from a thunderstorm blew
                           down several trees and power lines
                           near Waynesboro. The high winds also
                           damaged some outbuildings in the
                           area.

  Stone County
    Wiggins                30     0500CST
                                  0503CST

                           High winds from a thunderstorm blew
                           down several trees and power lines
                           near Wiggins.

MISSOURI, East

  St. Louis County
    Chesterfield           12     1725CST
                                  1729CST

  St. Louis County
    Town And Country       12     1745CST
                                  2215CST

                           Very heavy rain fell in a short
                           amount of time over St. Louis county,
                           especially western sections of the
                           county. The area affected the most
                           was in Town and Country, along a
                           four mile stretch of Highway 141 from
                           Ladue  Road to Dutch Mill Road. The
                           highway was briefly closed at
                           Dutch Mill Road due to water over the
                           road. The county road department
                           was forced to close the flood gates
                           at Ladue Road where 2 and a half feet
                           of water was over the roadway. Also,
                           several side roads, including Conway,
                           White and Clayton had up to 8 inches
                           of water flowing over them for a
                           brief time.

  St. Louis County
    Affton                 12     1900CST
                                  2215CST

                           Very heavy rain fell in a short
                           amount of time over St. Louis County.
                           In Affton, Grant Road in Grantwood
                           Village, between Gravois Road and
                           Pardee Road, was briefly closed due
                           to fast rising water from the creek
                           along Grant Road.

  Monroe County
    Paris                  20     1220CST

                           Thunderstorm winds blew down several
                           trees, tree branches and power lines
                           in Paris.

  Callaway County
    3 SE Kingdom City      20     1334CST

                           Storm spotters reported hail up to
                           3/4 inch in diameter nearly covered
                           the ground.

  Franklin County
    Robertsville           20     1535CST

                           Storm spotters reported 3/4 inch hail.

  Crawford County
    Bourbon                20     1541CST

                           The County EOC reported nickel size
                           hail in Bourbon.

  St. Louis County
    Lemay                  21     0240CST

  Moniteau County
    California             21     1430CST

                           The Sheriff Department reported nickel
                           size hail.

  Moniteau County
    3 NW Jamestown         21     1500CST

  Moniteau County
    Jamestown              21     1510CST

                           Storm Chasers from the University of
                           Missouri reported half dollar size
                           hail. Local law enforcement reported
                           1 inch hail in Jamestown.

  Crawford County
    Bourbon                21     1530CST

                           Local law enforcement reported nickel
                           size hail in Bourbon.

  Boone County
    3 S Ashland            21     1530CST

  Boone County
    3 S Ashland            21     1535CST

                           The Boone County EOC reported hail
                           up to golfball size just south of
                           Ashland.

  Monroe County
    Paris                  21     1530CST

                           Thunderstorm winds downed a 2 foot
                           and 1 foot diameter tree on Cooper
                           Street. A large tree limb was also
                           downed on the grounds of the Monroe
                           County Courthouse. The "Stihl" sign
                           in front of Ed's Hardware was blown
                           down by the wind.

  Callaway County
    2 NE Wainwright        21     1605CST

  Callaway County
    1 N Holts Summit       21     1610CST

  Callaway County
    Tebbetts               21     1610CST

  Callaway County
    Tebbetts               21     1612CST

                           Hail up to 2.5 inches in diameter was
                           reported by storm chasers from the
                           University of Missouri and storm
                           spotters. Numerous vehicles along
                           Highway 94 from Tebbetts to Wainright
                           suffered broken windows.

  Osage County
    5 S Bonnots Mill       21     1610CST

  Osage County
    Loose Creek            21     1610CST

                           Stormchasers from the University of
                           Missouri reported nickel size hail in
                           Loose Creek. The public reported 3/4
                           inch hail south of Bonnotts Mill.

  Gasconade County
    Owensville             21     1620CST

  Gasconade County
    Owensville             21     1625CST

  Gasconade County
    7 N Owensville         21     1635CST

                           Storm chasers from the University of
                           Missouri, storm spotters and local law
                           enforcement reported hail from 3/4 to
                           1 inch in diameter in and north of
                           Owensville.

  Osage County
    15 SW Chamois          21     1625CST

                           A storm spotter reported 3/4 inch hail
                           at Highway 100 and Route C.

  Franklin County
    Gerald                 21     1630CST

                           Local law enforcement reported 3/4 inch
                           hail.

  Crawford County
    4 W Cuba               21     1640CST

  Crawford County
    Cuba                   21     1645CST

                           Local law enforcement reported hail
                           up to nickel size in and west of Cuba.

  Osage County
    1 SE Linn              21     1701CST

  Osage County
    Linn                   21     1705CST

                           Storm spotters reported hail up to
                           golfball size just southeast of Linn.
                           Local law enforcement reported 1 inch
                           hail in Linn.

  Washington County
    2 N Potosi             21     1705CST

  Washington County
    3 SE Richwoods         21     1705CST

                           The Sheriff Department reported 3/4
                           inch hail just north of Potosi. Storm
                           spotters reported about 10 minutes of
                           of nickel size hail southeast of
                           Richwoods.

  Washington County
    Potosi                 21     1725CST

                           A storm spotter reported 3/4 inch hail
                           in Potosi.

  Washington County
    Central Portion        21     1725CST
                           22     0530CST

                           Heavy rain from several thunderstorms
                           caused flash flooding in Washington
                           County, mainly in the central part of
                           the county. Some areas around Potosi
                           reported up to 7 inches of rain.
                           Flooding was reported on Highway F
                           10 miles north of Potosi. Breton Creek
                           in Potosi flooded, closing all the
                           road crossings over the creek. There
                           were reports of some basements
                           flooded, otherwise there was no
                           major damage.

  Jefferson County
    2 NE High Ridge        21     1815CST

                           The public reported nickel size hail
                           just northeast of High Ridge.

  St. Louis (C)
    St Louis               21     1820CST

                           The City of St. Louis EMA office
                           reported hail up to golfball size at
                           the intersection of Goodfellow and
                           Natural Bridge roads.

  St. Louis County
    Fenton                 21     1820CST

  St. Louis County
    Oakville               21     1825CST

                           Hail up to nickel size was reported in
                           south St. Louis County. 3/4 inch hail
                           fell for about 10 minutes in the
                           Oakville area.

  Osage County
    Westphalia             21     1855CST

  Osage County
    Westphalia             21     1905CST

                           The Sheriff Department reported hail
                           up to 1 inch in Westphalia.

  Boone County
    Columbia               21     1900CST

                           The Columbia EOC reported 3/4 inch
                           hail in Columbia.

  Cole County
    Brazito                21     1915CST

  Cole County
    7 SW Brazito           21     1917CST

  Cole County
    Brazito                21     1920CST

                           Law enforcement and fire department
                           personnel reported hail up to golfball
                           size in the Brazito area.

  Washington County
    Potosi                 21     1915CST

                           A storm spotter reported 1 inch hail
                           in Potosi.

  Boone County
    3 N Ashland            21     2000CST

                           Federal officials reported 3/4 inch
                           hail north of Ashland.

  Washington County
    Potosi                 21     2005CST

                           Local law enforcement reported nickel
                           size hail in Potosi.

  Callaway County
    Millersburg            21     2010CST

                           A storm spotter reported half dollar
                           size hail in Millersburg.

  Callaway County
    Fulton                 21     2030CST
                                  2040CST

                           A storm spotter reported hail up to 1
                           inch fell in Fulton for at least 10
                           minutes.

  Callaway County
    Fulton                 21     2115CST

                           The Sheriff Department reported power
                           lines down in Fulton.

  Boone County
    Columbia               21     2115CST
                                  2120CST

                           Boone County EMA reported 2-5 inch
                           treelimbs and power lines down near
                           the University of Missouri campus.

  Cole County
    3 W Jefferson City     21     2135CST

  Cole County
    St Martin              21     2135CST

  Cole County
    Jefferson City         21     2145CST

  Cole County
    1 E Jefferson City     21     2145CST

                           Local law enforcement reported hail up
                           to 1 inch in St. Martin and west of
                           Jefferson City. Hail up to nickel size
                           was reported in Jefferson City and
                           just east of the city.

  Callaway County
    New Bloomfield         21     2152CST

                           Local law enforcement reported power
                           lines down in New Bloomfield.

  Montgomery County
    New Florence           21     2205CST

                           Local law enforcement reported 3/4 inch
                           hail.

MISSOURI, Lower

                           NONE REPORTED.

MISSOURI, Northeast

                           NONE REPORTED.

MISSOURI, Northwest

  Bates County
    3 E Amoret             11     1700CST

  Bates County
    6 W Butler             11     1720CST

  Cass County
    Drexel                 11     1740CST

  Platte County
    Camden Pt              11     1842CST

  MOZ020                   Buchanan
                           12     0800CST
                                  2000CST

                           The Platte River near Agency crested
                           at 21.58 feet, or 1.58 feet above
                           flood stage.

  MOZ032                   Chariton
                           12     1800CST
                           13     0800CST

                           The Chariton River near Prairie Hill
                           crested at 17.59 feet, or 2.59 feet
                           above flood stage.

  Clinton County
    Gower                  20     0755CST

  Clinton County
    Lathrop                20     0847CST

  Jackson County
    Independence           20     0901CST

  De Kalb County
    Fairport               21     0800CST

  Cooper County
    4 NW Bellair           21     1406CST

  Cooper County
    3 NNW Bellair          21     1417CST

  Cooper County
    1 NE Bunceton          21     1434CST

  Cooper County
    3 SW Prairie Home      21     1452CST

  Cooper County
    Prairie Home           21     1452CST

  Cooper County
    Otterville             21     1618CST

  Cooper County
    3 SE Boonville         21     1650CST

  Cooper County
    Pilot Grove            21     1700CST

  Bates County
    Ballard                21     1545CST

  Bates County
    3 N Ballard            21     1609CST

  Henry County
    Calhoun                21     1610CST

  Henry County
    Urich                  21     1611CST

  Platte County
    Weston                 21     1618CST

  Platte County
    Parkville              21     1638CST

  Platte County
    Platte City            21     1652CST

  Buchanan County
    4 SE De Kalb           21     1621CST

  Johnson County
    1 W Whiteman Afb       21     1630CST

  Pettis County
    Green Ridge            21     1637CST

  Pettis County
    Hughesville            21     1652CST

  Clay County
    Liberty                21     1658CST

  Clay County
    1 S Claycomo           21     1700CST

  Clay County
    Smithville             21     1705CST

  Clay County
    2 N Gladstone          21     1707CST

  Clay County
    Liberty                21     1714CST

  Clay County
    Liberty                21     1716CST

  Clay County
    1 SSW Excelsior Spgs   21     1726CST

  Cass County
    West Line              21     1810CST

  Cass County
    1 NW Peculiar          21     1819CST

  Cass County
    2 NE Freeman           21     1835CST

  Cass County
    Harrisonville          21     1851CST

  Jackson County
    3 WSW Greenwood        21     1817CST

  Jackson County
    3 NE Atherton          21     1850CST       2        50
                                  1853CST

                           Tornado touched down in open country
                           near the Missouri River. Caught on
                           video tape by area residents. No
                           damage reported.

  Lafayette County
    Wellington             21     1817CST

  Lafayette County
    2 SSW Lexington        21     1833CST

  Lafayette County
    5 S Higginsville       21     1857CST

  Lafayette County
    1 N Higginsville       21     1900CST

  Lafayette County
    1 N Higginsville       21     1907CST

  MOZ023-046               Livingston - Cooper
                           22     1400CST
                           23     1800CST

                           The Grand River near Sumner crested
                           at 29.36 feet, or 3.36 feet above
                           flood stage. The Petite Saline Creek
                           near Boonville crested at 18.35 feet,
                           or 2.35 feet above flood stage.

MISSOURI, Southeast

  MOZ111                   Scott
                           11     1805CST
                                  1845CST

                           A farm equipment shed was heavily
                           damaged just north of Sikeston along
                           Highway 61. Trees and power lines were
                           blown down in Sikeston. Tree limbs
                           landed on the roof of a home. An
                           uprooted tree damaged a fence and
                           blocked a street. The strongest winds
                           appeared to be in the southern half of
                           the county. At the Cape Girardeau
                           Airport on the north end of the
                           county, peak wind gusts were measured
                           at 44 MPH. These winds were
                           associated with a mesoscale area of
                           low pressure in the wake of an area
                           of showers.

  Scott County
    Oran                   12     1025CST
                                  1035CST

                           A funnel cloud was observed over
                           northwest Scott County. The funnel
                           cloud was observed on a towercam
                           operated by a Cape Girardeau
                           television station. The funnel cloud
                           was also observed by trained
                           observers at the Cape Girardeau
                           airport.

  Cape Girardeau
  County
    Fruitland              12     1222CST

  Cape Girardeau
  County
    7 W Cape Girardeau     12     1235CST
    to
    2 S Jackson                   1310CST

                           The funnel cloud was captured by a
                           Cape Girardeau television station's
                           towercam, and the video was broadcast
                           live for over five minutes. The funnel
                           cloud associated with the nearly
                           stationary thunderstorm was visible
                           from time to time for over half an
                           hour.

  Scott County
    5 NW Lusk              12     1305CST

  Cape Girardeau
  County
    1.5 S Fruitland        12     1312CST

                           The sheriff department reported golf-
                           ball size hail on Interstate 55 at
                           exit 105. Many locations in and near
                           Fruitland reported an extended period
                           of large hail due to the very slow
                           movement of the storm. Hail depths
                           were reported up to 4 inches, creating
                           a winter-like scene and slippery road
                           conditions. The county highway
                           department was dispatched to clear
                           the roads.

                           A severe thunderstorm remained nearly
                           stationary over central Cape Girardeau
                           County for 30 to 45 minutes. The result was
                           a localized area of flash flooding and
                           copious amounts of hail, in addition
                           to a funnel cloud.

  Cape Girardeau
  County
    Jackson to             12     1330CST
    Fruitland                     1630CST

                           Flash flooding of creeks and roads
                           occurred as a result of a nearly
                           stationary severe thunderstorm. In
                           Jackson, Hubble Creek inundated
                           numerous roads and most of the
                           city park. Floodwaters swept debris
                           onto tennis courts and overflowed a
                           footbridge. On Main Street in the
                           city, a vehicle became stranded in
                           high water. The street was closed.
                           Water was over U.S. Highway 61 between
                           Jackson and Fruitland. A couple of
                           intersections on Highway W were
                           flooded. State roads 605, 603, and
                           601 in Fruitland were flooded. The
                           preliminary rainfall total from the
                           co-operative observer in Jackson was
                           2.20 inches, most of which fell within
                           an hour.

  Ripley County
    9 N Doniphan           21     1701CST

  Stoddard County
    Puxico                 21     1812CST

  Scott County
    2 N Miner              21     1928CST

  MOZ087                   Cape Girardeau
                           22     1300CST
                                  1700CST

                           Strong west winds occurred in the wake
                           of a cold front passage. The strongest
                           wind gust at the Cape Girardeau
                           Airport was 45 MPH.

  Bollinger County
    4 S Marble Hill        29     0025CST

                           Nickel-size hail was reported on
                           Highway 51.

  Stoddard County
    Bell City              29     0045CST

  Scott County
    Oran                   29     0100CST

                           A severe thunderstorm moved east
                           northeast across northern Stoddard
                           into western Scott County, producing
                           nickel-size hail.

MISSOURI, Southwest

  Newton County
    Hornet                 05     1910CST

  Jasper County
    Joplin                 05     1914CST

  Jasper County
    Joplin                 05     1930CST

  Vernon County
    Deerfeld               05     2000CST

  Barry County
    Cassville              05     2035CST

                           Severe thunderstorm wind gusts
                           damaged a farm store. Most of the
                           damage occurred to the store building,
                           however, a stock tank was blown about
                           one quarter of a mile from where it
                           was stored.

  Christian County
    2 SW Nixa              05     2143CST

                           Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed
                           a few trees near the city of Nixa.

  Christian County
    Nixa                   05     2145CST

                           Downburst winds downed trees and
                           caused roof and window damage to a
                           home in Nixa.

  Polk County
    2 E Pleasant Hope      06     1953CST
                                  2100CST

                           Strong thunderstorms caused flash
                           flooding to occur over a low water
                           crossing on Highway 215.

  Douglas County
    Ava                    11     1425CST
                                  1600CST

                           Sections of Highways FF and Y were
                           impassable due to flash flooding.

  Jasper County
    Webb City              11     1525CST

  Jasper County
    Carl Jet               11     1535CST

  Jasper County
    Carthage               11     1543CST

  Camden County
    Linn Creek             11     1604CST
                                  1800CST

                           Heavy thunderstorms caused flash
                           flooding over low water crossings
                           near the community of Linn Creek.

  Vernon County
    1 W Deerfield          11     1630CST

  Jasper County
    2 NE Avilla            11     1746CST

  Lawrence County
    Pierce City            11     1751CST


  Barry County
    Monett                 11     1800CST

  Wright County
    Grovespring            11     1800CST
                                  2100CST

                           Flash flooding occurred over low water
                           crossings near the community of
                           Grovespring.

  Ozark County
    1 S Noble              11     1830CST
                                  2100CST

                           Numerous low water crossings
                           experienced flash flooding south
                           of Noble.

  Wright County
    Hartville              11     1855CST
                                  2100CST

                           Heavy thunderstorms caused the Woods
                           Fork Tributary of the Gasconade river
                           to flow out of its banks in several
                           locations.

  Stone County
    2 S Elsey              11     1859CST

  Greene County
    1 E Battlefield        11     1955CST

  MOZ092                   Wright
                           12     0800CST
                                  1400CST

                           A low water crossing along Highway Z
                           over Elk Creek remained impassable for
                           several hours after heavy rain affect
                           the area.

  MOZ096                   Douglas
                           12     0800CST
                                  1200CST

                           A low water crossing along Highway EE
                           at the North Fork and White Rivers
                           remained flooded for several hours
                           after a flash flood event.

  MOZ105                   Ozark
                           12     0800CST
                                  1200CST

                           Several low water crossings countywide
                           remained impassable for a few hours
                           following a flash flood episode. Two
                           notable crossings that were flooded
                           include sections of Highway T at
                           Little Creek and Possum Walk Creek,
                           along with a section of Highway 95
                           at Bryant Creek.

  MOZ082                   Texas
                           12     0800CST
                                  1200CST

                           A low water crossing along Highway U
                           west of Highway 137 was impassable for
                           several hours following the occurrence
                           of heavy thunderstorms.

  Lawrence County
    3 W Halltown           12     2035CST

  Miller County
    Eldon                  20     1325CST

  Miller County
    3 NE Lake Ozark        20     1340CST

  Miller County
    Iberia                 20     1340CST

  Maries County
    5 S Brinktown          20     1415CST

  Pulaski County
    Hancock                20     1425CST

  Miller County
    Iberia                 20     1425CST

  Maries County
    Hayden                 20     1445CST

  Pulaski County
    Dixon                  20     1510CST

  Pulaski County
    Dixon                  20     1528CST

  Pulaski County
    Ft Leonard Wood        20     1545CST

  Pulaski County
    Waynesville            20     1545CST
                                  1730CST

                           Numerous roads and low lying areas
                           were inundated with flash flooding.
                           Several areas were impassable to
                           motorists.

  Pulaski County
    1 E Gospel Ridge       20     1545CST

  Pulaski County
    Ft Leonard Wood        20     1555CST

  Phelps County
    Edgar Spgs             20     1625CST

  Pulaski County
    Ft Leonard Wood        20     1650CST

  Phelps County
    Duke                   20     1659CST

  Texas County
    Licking                20     1720CST

  Miller County
    3 SE Iberia            20     1730CST
                                  2000CST

                           Several bridges and low water
                           crossings along the Tavern Creek and
                           Little Tavern Creek in far southeast
                           Miller County were impassable from
                           flash flooding.

  Maries County
    8 S Brinktown          20     1730CST
                                  2000CST

                           Several low water crossings in far
                           southwest Maries County became
                           impassable after heavy thunderstorms
                           affected the area. A section of
                           County Road 628 near Highway BB had
                           several inches of water flowing over
                           the roadway.

  Texas County
    Licking                20     1730CST

  Shannon County
    15 W Eminence          20     1825CST

  Texas County
    Summersville           20     1825CST

  Texas County
    2 E Summersville       20     1910CST

  Shannon County
    Birch Tree             20     1915CST

  Shannon County
    Birch Tree             20     1915CST

  Dent County
    2 N Turtle             21     0205CST

  Dent County
    Sligo                  21     0421CST
                                  0600CST

                           Heavy thunderstorms caused flash
                           flooding. over a section of Highway
                           TT near the community of Sligo.

  Jasper County
    Jasper                 21     1332CST

  Newton County
    3 S Neosho             21     1333CST

  Newton County
    5 SW Neosho            21     1334CST

  Newton County
    Neosho                 21     1355CST

  Taney County
    Taneyville             21     1420CST

  Taney County
    Protem                 21     1510CST

  Douglas County
    7 S Ava                21     1528CST

  Douglas County
    5 S Ava                21     1530CST

  Douglas County
    7 S Ava                21     1535CST

  Douglas County
    Ava                    21     1543CST

  Pulaski County
    Ft Leonard Wood        21     1545CST

  Douglas County
    2 S Ava                21     1545CST

  Wright County
    Mansfield              21     1607CST

  Texas County
    Bendavis               21     1745CST

  Maries County
    12 N Vienna            21     1750CST

  Maries County
    7 S (Vih)Rolla/        21     1758CST
    Vichy A

  Barton County
    1 W Mindenmines        21     1848CST

  Jasper County
    2 S Asbury             21     1857CST

  Jasper County
    4 S Jasper             21     1945CST

                           Several trees were downed from severe
                           thunderstorm wind gusts along Highway
                           71 south of Jasper.

  Dallas County
    Louisburg              21     2036CST

  Jasper County
    4 N Carthage           22     0817CST

                           Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed
                           a few several trees across rural
                           central Jasper County.

  Stone County
    Lampe                  28     0515CST

  Mcdonald County
    Anderson               28     0640CST

  Barry County
    Ridgley                28     0700CST

MONTANA, Central

  MTZ009                   North Rocky Mountain Front
                           01     1024MST

                           A high wind event occurred during the
                           morning hours of the 1st. Reported
                           wind speeds include a gust to 69 mph
                           at the Two Medicine Department of
                           Transportation site.

  MTZ050>051               Judith Basin - Fergus
                           09     1403MST
                                  1439MST

                           An early spring storm brought winter
                           conditions to Fergus and Judith Basin
                           counties during daylight hours on the
                           9th. Reported snow fall amounts
                           include: 10 inches at Havre 23S; 6
                           inches at Hobson 6ESE and 4 inches at
                           Lewistown 8E. In addition to the heavy
                           snow, strong winds created areas of
                           blowing snow that reduced visibilities
                           to less than 100 yards at times. The
                           heavy wet snow and high winds were
                           responsible for the downing of 141
                           power poles in Blaine county resulting
                           in the interruption of power to
                           nearly 400 homes. Additionally, an
                           estimated 170 trees were either blown
                           over or had their tops broken off at
                           the Montana Gulch Campground located
                           in the Little Rocky Mountains.

  MTZ009-048               North Rocky Mountain Front - Southern
                           Rocky Mountain Front
                           14     0800MST

                           A strong Pacific weather system
                           brought brought heavy snows to the
                           Rocky Mountain Front on the 14th.
                           Reported snow fall amounts include: 8
                           inches at Rogers Pass; 6 inches at
                           Marias Pass and 4 inches at Great
                           Falls.

  MTZ012-015-050>055       Cascade - Madison - Judith Basin -
                           Fergus - Jefferson - Broadwater -
                           Meagher - Gallatin
                           18     1400MST
                           19     0500MST

                           A powerful spring storm brought heavy
                           snow to a wide area of Southwest
                           Montana from the 18th through the
                           afternoon of the 19th. Reported snow
                           fall amounts include: 18 inches at
                           Lewistown 11SSE; 16 inches at Lewistown
                           22S; 12 inches at Clancy 3W, 12 inches
                           at Crstal Lake, 12 inches at Rogers
                           Pass; 11 inches at Bozeman; 10 inches
                           at Lewistown 10S, 10 inches at Half
                           Moon Pass; 9 inches at Big Sky 2WNW, 9
                           inches at Lima, 9 inches at Montana
                           State University (Bozeman) and 4 inches
                           at Lewistown, Utica 11 SW and Hobson
                           16SW.

  MTZ014>015-052-          Southern Lewis And Clark - Madison -
  054>055                  Jefferson - Meagher - Gallatin
                           27     0600MST
                                  1020MST

                           A vigorous spring storm brought heavy
                           snow to elevations above 6000 feet in
                           Southwest Montana. Reported snow fall
                           amounts include: 7 inches at Norris
                           14W, 7 inches at Jefferson City 9W, 7
                           inches at White Sulphur Springs 40N, 7
                           inches at Bozeman 13NE; 6 inches at
                           Rimini, 6 inches at Augusta 20W; 5
                           inches at Clancy 10SE, 5 inches at
                           Jefferson City 9W and 5 inches at
                           Belgrade 14NE.

MONTANA, East

  MTZ025>026-060           Dawson - Prairie - Little Rocky
                           Mountains
                           09     0600MST
                           10     1000MST

                           A strong and nearly stationary area of
                           low pressure across extreme northeast
                           Montana produced blizzard conditions
                           in the Little Rockies and Big Sheep
                           mountains, where up to 2 feet of wet
                           snow was reported across the higher
                           elevations. The snow was accompained
                           by wind gusts in excess of 70 mph which
                           produced considerable blowing and
                           drifting snow. Snow drifts of up to 6
                           feet were reported in the town of
                           Zortman, and the power was out in town
                           for about 24 hours. Many calves were
                           lost in the Little Rockies, and 100
                           year old trees were blown down due to
                           the high wind.

  MTZ016>017-              Central And Se Phillips - Central And
  021>023-026-059>061      Southern Valley - Petroleum -
                           Garfield - Mccone - Prairie - Northern
                           Phillips - Valley Little Rocky
                           Mountains - Northern Valley
                           09     1345MST
                           10     1000MST

                           A strong area of low pressure across
                           the extreme northeast corner of Montana
                           produced a period of strong wind along
                           the backside of the low. Sustained
                           winds of 40 to 50 mph were common with
                           wind gusts as high as 85 mph at the
                           Zortman Mine Raws site. A total of 348
                           power poles were snapped by a
                           combination of wet snow and sleet that
                           stuck to the poles and the strong wind
                           across Phillips, McCone, Garfield, and
                           Prairie Counties. One of the harder hit
                           area was in the Little Rockies where
                           shingles blew off of several houses in
                           the town of Zortman. The Gulch
                           Campground in the Little Rockies was
                           severely impacted by the storm as an
                           estimated 170 trees of varying sizes
                           were either totally blown over or the
                           tops broken off. Other areas that were
                           particularly hard hit included Brockway
                           and Brusett where many power poles
                           snapped. Although the power was
                           restored to most areas within a couple
                           of days, a few spots remained without
                           power for nearly a week. The lack of
                           electricity made calving operations
                           difficult for many ranchers. A few of
                           the higher wind gusts included:

                           Zortman Mine Raws Site (Phillips
                           county): 85 mph

                           King Coulee Raws Site (Valley county):
                           72 mph

                           Bluff Creek Raws Site (Valley county):
                           62 mph

  MTZ016>020-              Central And Se Phillips - Central And
  022>025-059-061>062      Southern Valley - Daniels - Sheridan -
                           Western Roosevelt - Garfield - Mccone -
                           Richland - Dawson - Northern Phillips -
                           Northern Valley - Eastern Roosevelt
                           14     1325MST
                                  1940MST

                           An intense area of low pressure tracked
                           from central Montana into southern
                           Saskatchewan sending a strong cold
                           front across northeast Montana. Strong
                           gradient winds in the wake of a cold
                           front produced a period of strong wind
                           across much of northeast Montana during
                           the afternoon and early evening hours.
                           The strong winds uprooted a large tree
                           in Plentywood, and caused a slide in
                           camper to flip over just outside of
                           Wolf Point. Sustained winds of 40 to 49
                           mph were common with wind gusts of 58
                           to 74 mph. A few of the more impressive
                           wind gusts included:

                           Bluff Creek Raws Site (Valley county):
                           74 mph

                           Whitewater (Phillips County): 67 mph

                           Malta (Phillips County): 65 mph

                           King Coulee Raws Site (Valley County):
                           64 mph

MONTANA, South

  MTZ029-066               Musselshell - Beartooth Foothills
                           09     0400MST
                                  1514MST

                           9 inches 5W Red Lodge (Cole Creek
                           Snotel 12-hour total); 10 inches 10S
                           Roundup

  MTZ028-034>035-          Southern Wheatland - Northern
  038-041-056-063          Stillwater - Yellowstone - Southern Big
                           Horn - Northern Sweet Grass - Red Lodge
                           Foothills - Judith Gap
                           20     0500MST
                           21     1546MST

                           A very moist spring storm system
                           brought abundant precipitation to South
                           Central Montana. This came both in the
                           form of rain and snow. They heaviest
                           amounts of snowfall occurred from the
                           Judith Gap area to the Beartooth
                           Mountains. Between April 18th and the
                           21st ... liquid precipitation was over
                           two inches in most areas of South
                           Central Montana. A few areas ...
                           particularly around Billings received
                           over 3 inches of liquid precipitation.
                           The Billings airport during this period
                           received 2.60 inches of liquid
                           precipitation from 19.8 inches of
                           snowfall. The following is a list of
                           the snowfall reports from this storm:

                           5 inches in Red Lodge; 11 inches in
                           Billings (7 inches of wet, heavy snow
                           fell between 6am and noon. This also
                           set a daily precipitation record with
                           0.55 inches or liquid); 8 inches in
                           Rapelje; 14 inches 14E Melville; 8
                           inches 4S Rapelje; 7 inches in Judith
                           Gap; 8 inches 7S Absarokee; 6 inches in
                           Molt, Pryor, and 10S Twodot

  MTZ056-066               Red Lodge Foothills - Beartooth
                           Foothills
                           27     0950MST
                                  2000MST

                           8 inches 6S Roscoe; 6 inches 7S Mc
                           Leod; 8 inches in Red Lodge

  MTZ056                   Red Lodge Foothills
                           28     0100MST

                           24 inches 5W Red Lodge (Cole Creek
                           Snotel 24-hour total)

MONTANA, West

  MTZ002-007-043           West Glacier Region - Butte / Pintlar
                           Region - Blackfoot Region
                           13     2100MST
                           14     1045MST

                           Late season winter storm averaged 6 to
                           10 inches of snow across portions of
                           Western  Montana. The heaviest snowfall
                           was recorded near Helmville with 14
                           inches and over the higher elevations
                           of Glacier National Park, where up to
                           two feet of new snow fell.

  MTZ007                   Butte / Pintlar Region
                           18     0300MST
                                  0900MST

                           Late season winter storm brought 6 to
                           13 inches of snow to the Butte/Pintlar
                           region, as well as north winds at 15 to
                           25 mph.

NEBRASKA, Central

  Custer County
    2 E Callaway           09     1930CST

  Custer County
    5 NW Merna             09     2000CST

  Perkins County
    2 S Venango            09     2000MST

  Blaine County
    14 SSE Brewster        09     2040CST

  Blaine County
    6 N Dunning            10     0000CST

  Logan County
    5 W Stapleton          10     0000CST

  Brown County
    22 S Johnstown         10     0030CST

  Perkins County
    1.5 S Grant            10     1335MST

                           Lightning struck a farm house and
                           damaged the phone lines as well as
                           electrical wiring to the well pump.

  Frontier County
    21 WSW Stockville      10     1459CST

  Hayes County
    12 E Hayes Center      10     1500CST

  Hooker County
    25 SW Mullen           15     0607MST

  Thomas County
    7 S Seneca             15     0801CST

  Thomas County
    5 SSE Seneca to        15     0813CST
    7 E Seneca                    0815CST

  Sheridan County
    19 N Rushville         18     1825MST

  Garden County
    30 N Lewellen          19     1445MST

  Garden County
    37 N Oshkosh           19     1642MST

  Cherry County
    58 SSW Merriman        19     1652MST

  Grant County
    23 SW Hyannis          19     1724MST

  Garden County
    32 NNE Lewellen        19     1726MST

  Garden County
    41 NNE Lewellen        19     1740MST

                           Hail covered the ground.

  Grant County
    19 SW Hyannis          19     1746MST

  Cherry County
    59 S Merriman          19     1801MST

                           Hail covered the ground.

  Arthur County
    10 NW Arthur           19     1809MST

                           Golfball to baseball size hail covered
                           the ground and broke out windows in a
                           house.

  Cherry County
    43 SSW Cody            19     1830CST      0.3       20
                                  1833CST

                           The tornado touched down in open
                           rangeland.

  Hooker County
    9 WSW Mullen           19     1928MST

  Hooker County
    Mullen                 19     1939MST

  Hooker County
    11 SE Mullen           19     2025MST

  Wheeler County
    Bartlett               19     2030CST

  Thomas County
    Seneca                 19     2053CST

  Lincoln County
    10 NNE North Platte    19     2230CST

  Lincoln County
    4 N North Platte       19     2238CST

  Wheeler County
    Southeast Portion      19     2300CST
                           20     0200CST

                           Over 3 inches of rain fell across
                           southeast Wheeler County as storms
                           moved slowly over the area producing
                           rapid runoff. Accumulated runoff caused
                           water to flow across Highway 281 south
                           of Bartlett. A few county roads
                           southeast of Bartlett were also
                           partially washed away due to water
                           flowing over them.

  Chase County
    3 W Champion           20     2214MST

  Perkins County
    1 S Grainton           20     2335MST

  Lincoln County
    2 E Wallace            21     0055CST

  Lincoln County
    North Platte to        21     0205CST
    North Platte Arpt             0220CST

                           Nickel to ping pong size hail fell in
                           North Platte and eastward 2 miles to
                           the NWS office. The hail did minor
                           damage to siding and roofs on homes and
                           businesses, broke windows in a few
                           vehicles, and did body damage to
                           numerous vehicles at car dealerships on
                           the east and south sides of North
                           Platte.

  Wheeler County
    8 E Ericson            21     1350CST
                                  1400CST

NEBRASKA, East

  Cedar County
    Hartington             05     2218CST

  Knox County
    5 S Verdel             10     0020CST

  Knox County
    Verdigre               10     0035CST

  Seward County
    6 N Utica to           10     1520CST
    9 N Utica

                           Thunderstorm wind gusts that were
                           estimated at 60 mph downed some 3 to 4
                           inch tree limbs north of Utica.

  Butler County
    Linwood                10     1535CST

                           Thunderstorm wind gusts were estimated
                           at 60 mph by a trained weather spotter.

  Colfax County
    1 N Schuyler           10     1620CST

  Dodge County
    10 N North Bend        10     1643CST

                           Thunderstorm wind gusts were estimated
                           at 60 mph by a trained weather spotter.

  Cuming County
    3 SE West Pt           10     1706CST

  Cuming County
    West Pt                10     1710CST

                           Thunderstorm wind gusts estimated at 60
                           mph blew down a few trees and caused
                           isolated power outages in town.

  Lancaster County
    1 NW Lincoln           11     1245CST

  Lancaster County
    2 W Lincoln            11     1300CST

  Jefferson County
    3 W Plymouth           11     1308CST

                           Dime to nickel size hail covered
                           Highway 4 near town.

  Saline County
    Crete                  11     1323CST

                           Dime to nickel size hail on the
                           northwest side of town.

  Lancaster County
    1 N Raymond            11     1348CST

  Lancaster County
    2 NW Denton            11     1350CST

  Seward County
    5 S Pleasant Dale      11     1352CST

  Saline County
    3 N Crete              11     1354CST

  Saline County
    3 NNE Crete            11     1405CST

  Seward County
    Pleasant Dale          11     1412CST

  Seward County
    5 S Pleasant Dale      11     1417CST

                           Hail up to 1.25 inches in diameter
                           covered Highway 103 south of town.

  Lancaster County
    Emerald                11     1427CST

  Saunders County
    3 SW Weston            11     1440CST

                           Dime to nickel size hail was reported
                           south to southwest of Weston.

  Douglas County
    Omaha                  11     1457CST

                           Near Harney and 1480.

  Otoe County
    3 E Syracuse           11     1505CST

  Douglas County
    Omaha                  11     1508CST

                           Near Cuming and 43rd Streets.

  Sarpy County
    Papillion              11     1511CST

  Otoe County
    2 W Dunbar             11     1515CST

  Douglas County
    Omaha                  11     1521CST

                           Near 72nd and State Streets.

  Gage County
    2 W Odell to           11     1526CST
    Odell                         1533CST

                           Hail up to 1.5 inches in diameter fell
                           in and just west of Odell.

  Jefferson County
    5 E Steele City        11     1530CST

  Sarpy County
    Papillion              11     1535CST

  Gage County
    1 E Wymore             11     1538CST

  Douglas County
    Omaha                  11     1545CST

                           Near 90th and Fort Streets.

  Gage County
    3 W Odell              11     1547CST

                           The hail covered Highway 8 and the
                           resultant slick roads caused a few
                           accidents.

  Cass County
    1 W Weeping Water      11     1550CST

  Saunders County
    Colon                  18     1610CST

  Saunders County
    8 ENE Cedar Bluffs     18     1624CST

  Butler County
    2 W Rising City        18     1634CST

  Dodge County
    Fremont                18     1637CST

  Dodge County
    1 E Nickerson          18     1644CST

  Seward County
    2 N Utica              18     1751CST

  Seward County
    5 NW Staplehurst       18     1802CST

  Saunders County
    10 WSW Wahoo           18     1903CST

  Saline County
    1 SW Tobias            18     1904CST

  Saunders County
    Valparaiso             18     1919CST

  Saunders County
    Ceresco                18     1933CST

  Saunders County
    2 SW Weston to         18     1933CST
    Weston                        1939CST

                           Hail up to nickel size was reported in
                           and just southwest of Weston.

  Saline County
    1 SW Tobias            18     1936CST

  Saline County
    Western                18     1947CST

  Saline County
    1 E Tobias             18     1947CST

  Saline County
    5 SW Wilber            18     2001CST

  Saline County
    1 N Swanton            18     2004CST

  Saunders County
    Wahoo                  18     2004CST

  Jefferson County
    2 W Daykin             18     2014CST

  Saline County
    1 SW Tobias            18     2046CST

  Gage County
    6 W Beatrice           18     2115CST

                           Law enforcement estimated thunderstorm
                           winds gusted over 60 mph west of
                           Beatrice. The winds caused some tree
                           damage near town.

  Gage County
    6 W Beatrice           18     2115CST

                           One inch hail was reported along with
                           Thunderstorm wind gusts estimated at
                           over 60 mph.

  Washington County
    3 NE Kennard           18     2200CST

  Gage County
    2 W Wymore to          18     2206CST
    Wymore                        2213CST

                           Hail up to 1 inch in diameter was
                           reported in Wymore and just west of
                           town.

  Lancaster County
    3 N Malcolm            18     2255CST

  Saline County
    Countywide             19     0000CST
                                  0230CST

                           Minor lowland flooding was reported
                           along small creeks and county roads due
                           to rainfall of 2 to 4 inches that fell
                           across the county.

  Cass County
    Plattsmouth            19     0315CST

  Colfax County
    2 E Clarkson           19     1900CST

                           Hail up to 1.25 inches in diameter
                           covered the ground near Clarkson.

  Stanton County
    15 SSE Stanton         19     1915CST

  Antelope County
    6 W Elgin              19     2045CST

  Antelope County
    5 W Elgin              19     2209CST

  Antelope County
    Elgin                  19     2232CST

  Antelope County
    8 W Elgin to           19     2241CST
    Elgin

                           Golfball size hail was reported from
                           Elgin to 8 miles west of town.

  Boone County
    6 N Albion             19     2250CST

  Antelope County
    7 SSE Oakdale          19     2310CST

  Antelope County
    7 W Elgin              19     2314CST
                           20     0130CST

                           Heavy rainfall from thunderstorms that
                           persisted over Antelope county for
                           several hours caused flash flooding
                           west of Elgin where water was reported
                           over highway 70 as high as the hood of
                           a car. There were unofficial reports
                           that 6 to 8 inches of rain fell 6 to 10
                           miles west of Elgin. The highway was
                           closed for several hours as flood
                           waters rushed over it. As the flood
                           waters receeded, a significant amount
                           of standing water persisted for a few
                           days around the Elgin area.

  Madison County
    Meadow Grove           19     2342CST

  Boone County
    2 N Albion             20     0005CST

  Pierce County
    Hadar                  20     0020CST

  Lancaster County
    2 NW Raymond           20     0255CST

  Sarpy County
    1 N La Platte          20     0445CST

  Boone County
    10 S Albion            21     1315CST

  Boone County
    10 S Albion            21     1358CST
                                  1530CST

                           Heavy rain fell on saturated ground and
                           caused flash flooding across a few
                           county roads south of Albion.

  Boone County
    4 W St Edward          21     1405CST

  Boone County
    3 S Albion             21     1410CST

  Gage County
    3 S Adams              21     1426CST

  Saline County
    Western                21     1430CST

  Saline County
    Swanton                21     1432CST

  Gage County
    Adams                  21     1437CST

  Pawnee County
    4 N Table Rock         21     1450CST

  Johnson County
    Sterling               21     1457CST
                                  1500CST

                           Hail up to 1.5 inches in diameter fell
                           for several minutes in the Sterling
                           area.

  Nemaha County
    2 W Johnson            21     1505CST

  Johnson County
    4 W Cook               21     1513CST

  Nemalta County
    11 W Auburn            21     1513CST

  Johnson County
    5 NE Sterling          21     1513CST

  Otoe County
    6 S Syracuse           21     1519CST

  Gage County
    Cortland               21     1520CST

  Johnson County
    5 SW Cook              21     1528CST

  Otoe County
    5 E Syracuse           21     1528CST

  Cass County
    Eagle                  21     1538CST

  Johnson County
    2 W Cook               21     1542CST

  Lancaster County
    2 NE Waverly           21     1544CST

  Gage County
    Adams                  21     1546CST

  Lancaster County
    1 E Lincoln to         21     1548CST
    1 NE Lincoln                  1553CST

                           Hail up to nickel size was reported
                           just east and northeast of Lincoln.

  Johnson County
    Cook                   21     1553CST

  Saunders County
    3 W Ashland            21     1557CST

  Otoe County
    Syracuse               21     1559CST

                           Quarter size hail filled ditches 6
                           inches deep in town.

  Cass County
    2 SE Elmwood           21     1559CST

  Johnson County
    Cook                   21     1601CST

  Otoe County
    5 SW Nebraska City     21     1603CST

  Otoe County
    1 W Talmage            21     1611CST

  Cass County
    1 SW Weeping Water     21     1615CST

  Otoe County
    5 E Syracuse           21     1615CST

  Otoe County
    4 S Nebraska City to   21     1616CST
    Nebraska City                 1639CST

                           Hail up to walnut size caused damage to
                           vehicles and trees in Nebraska City and
                           several miles west through south of
                           town. The hail was accompanied by heavy
                           rain that caused some street flooding
                           in town.

  Otoe County
    Nebraska City          21     1645CST
                                  1745CST

                           Heavy rain that fell in less than 1
                           hour caused extensive street flooding
                           in Nebraska City.

  Otoe County
    Lorton                 21     1721CST

                           Hail up to 1.5 inches in diameter
                           caused some tree and vehicle damage in
                           Lorton. The hail piled up a foot deep
                           in spots and snowplows were used to
                           clear some roads in the area.

  Otoe County
    Countywide             21     1730CST
                                  1900CST

                           Rainfall of around 2 inches and
                           significant amounts of hail fell at the
                           same time across parts of the county.
                           The hail clogged several culverts which
                           resulted in rural flooding over several
                           county roads near tributaries of the
                           Little Nemaha River.

NEBRASKA, Extreme Northeast

  Dakota County
    Jackson                19     2158CST
                                  2202CST

  Dakota County
    South Sioux City       20     0500CST
                                  0630CST

                           Runoff from heavy rain caused street
                           flooding, including water covering a
                           large part of Dakota Avenue.

NEBRASKA, Extreme Southwest

  NEZ079>080               Dundy - Hitchcock
                           05     2000MST
                                  2300MST

                           Strong gradient winds developed at the
                           surface resulting in sustained winds of
                           40 mph with gusts of 55 to 60 mph over
                           SW Nebraska.

  Dundy County
    4 W Haigler            20     2158MST

NEBRASKA, South Central

  Adams County
    Hastings               05     1937CST

  Hamilton County
    1 NW Aurora            10     0545CST

  Merrick County
    Central City           10     0553CST

  Clay County
    6 SE Clay Center       10     0655CST

                           Sunrise thunderstorms dropped hail
                           along State Highway 14 from Clay Center
                           to Central City, including penny size
                           hail covering the ground just north of
                           Aurora.

  York County
    York                   18     1530CST
                                  1830CST

  York County
    York                   18     1533CST

  York County
    1 NE York              18     1540CST

  York County
    4 W Waco               18     1545CST

  York County
    3 W Waco               18     1558CST

  Fillmore County
    5 N Fairmont           18     1618CST

  Hamilton County
    7 NE Stockham          18     1629CST

  York County
    5 NE Mc Cool Jct       18     1629CST

  York County
    5 S Waco               18     1640CST

  Fillmore County
    5 W Grafton            18     1705CST

  Fillmore County
    3 W Grafton            18     1715CST

  Fillmore County
    4 W Grafton to         18     1722CST      0.5       30
    3.5 W Grafton                 1725CST

                           A tornado in far northwest Fillmore
                           County knocked over an irrigation
                           center pivot on its short path.

  York County
    3 W Lushton            18     1730CST

  York County
    York                   18     1730CST
                                  1930CST

  York County
    1 S Lushton            18     1740CST      0.1       10
                                  1741CST

                           A brief tornado was reported by local
                           law enforcement near Lushton in
                           southwest York County. No damage was
                           reported.

  Fillmore County
    4 N Geneva             18     1745CST

  Fillmore County
    Exeter                 18     1800CST

  Fillmore County
    Geneva                 18     1800CST

  York County
    Waco                   18     1817CST
                                  2100CST

  Fillmore County
    3 S Geneva             18     1837CST

                           Baseball size hail pounded the vehicle
                           of the Fillmore County Emergency
                           Manager. The windshield was shattered
                           and glass flew into the eyes of the
                           Emergency Manager. He was able to drive
                           to the local hospital to receive
                           treatment and was released.

  Fillmore County
    4 E Shickley           18     1837CST

  Fillmore County
    Strang                 18     1900CST

  Nuckolls County
    3 W Ruskin             18     1900CST
                                  2230CST

  Polk County
    7 S Shelby             18     1900CST
                                  2300CST

  Fillmore County
    4 W Ohiowa             18     1910CST

  Thayer County
    5 W Bruning            18     1921CST

  Thayer County
    Bruning                18     1933CST

  Thayer County
    3 E Belvidere          18     1947CST

  Nuckolls County
    3 N Hardy              18     1958CST

  Thayer County
    Gilead                 18     2019CST

  Nuckolls County
    1 W Ruskin             18     2030CST

  Thayer County
    Deshler                18     2100CST

  Nuckolls County
    Ruskin                 18     2121CST

  Thayer County
    4 W Chester            18     2225CST

  Thayer County
    4 W Chester            18     2235CST

                           A wild night of weather became the
                           first major severe weather event of the
                           season in south central Nebraska.
                           Severe thunderstorms were responsible
                           for tornadoes, very large hail and
                           flash flooding, mainly east of Columbus
                           to Hastings line.

                           Fillmore County was hardest hit.
                           A tornado in the northwest corner
                           of the county damaged a center pivot.
                           The county Emergency Manager was
                           injured by flying glass after baseball
                           sized hail pummeled his vehicles'
                           windshield. He was treated and released
                           from the hospital that evening. The
                           hail hammered much of the county over
                           the course of 3 to 4 hours. Geneva
                           sustained some of the more widespread
                           property damage. Damage in Fillmore
                           County totaled in the millions. In
                           York County, a tornado was reported
                           south of Lushton, but not damaged was
                           noted. Drifts of golf ball size hail
                           and heavy rain pounded York County as
                           well.

                           Flash flooding was reported in York and
                           Polk counties. In York County, the
                           underpass north of downtown was full
                           of water and the Beaver Creek Trails
                           on the west side of town flooded. In
                           Polk County, there were several roads
                           reported under water around 8 pm in
                           eastern sections of the county. Heavy
                           rain of 1 to 3 inches in eastern
                           Nuckolls County caused damage to
                           county roads around Ruskin and Hardy.

  Nuckolls County
    Superior               20     2245CST

  Nuckolls County
    Nelson                 20     2305CST

  Thayer County
    2 N Hebron             20     2330CST

  Clay County
    4 E Clay Center        21     0010CST

  Hamilton County
    Stockham               21     0039CST

  Hamilton County
    Phillips               21     0048CST

  Merrick County
    4 SW Chapman           21     0053CST

  Merrick County
    1 SW Palmer            21     0120CST

  Nance County
    2 N Fullerton          21     0138CST

  Greeley County
    7 N Wolbach            21     0205CST

                           Scattered severe thunderstorms rumbled
                           across a section of south central
                           Nebraska, along and east of U.S.
                           Highway 281 in the evening and
                           overnight. Two inch in diameter hail
                           was reported southwest of Chapman in
                           Merrick County and golf ball size was
                           reported by trained spotters at
                           Phillips in Hamilton County. One
                           severe thunderstorm with golf ball
                           size hail flattened a one foot high
                           alfalfa field north of Wolbach. The
                           hail covered the ground, and
                           literally pulverized the alfalfa
                           right down to the ground.

  Greeley County
    4 NW Greeley           21     1320CST

  Greeley County
    14 N Greeley           21     1333CST

  Nance County
    3 N Fullerton          21     1400CST

                           Isolated severe thunderstorms rumbled
                           north of Nebraska State Highway 92 on
                           the afternoon of April 21st, and
                           dropped penny to slightly larger than
                           quarter size hail.

NEBRASKA, West

  Morrill County
    12 SE Bridgeport       18     1607MST
                                  1613MST

  Cheyenne County
    Sidney                 19     1510MST
                                  1519MST

                           Nickel to golfball-sized hail reported.

  Scotts Bluff County
    16 ENE Scottsbluff     19     1515MST
                                  1519MST

  Cheyenne County
    Sidney                 19     1529MST
                                  1534MST
  Box Butte County
    22 WSW Alliance        19     1607MST
                                  1611MST

                               Number of         Estimated
                                Persons            Damage

Location                   Killed   Injured   Property   Crops

MAINE, North

  MEZ004-010-031
                             0         0

                           Low pressure tracking slowly north
                           across New England to the Saint
                           Lawrence River Valley brought heavy
                           rains to the region. Event rainfall
                           totals generally ranged from 1.50 to
                           2.50 inches ... with localized totals
                           to around 3.00 inches across terrain
                           enhanced areas. Water levels on rivers
                           and streams were still elevated from a
                           heavy rain event less than a week
                           before which had led to flooding. The
                           combination of already elevated water
                           levels ... heavy rain ... snow melt and
                           lingering river ice contributed to new
                           flooding with this event.

                           Flooding initially developed along the
                           Piscataquis River ... Kingsbury Stream
                           and Pleasant River where several roads
                           were closed. The elevated river levels
                           caused the remaining river ice to move
                           and jam resulting in ice jams across
                           the region. Ice jams were reported on
                           the Piscataquis River ... Sebec River
                           ... Pleasant River and Kingsbury Stream.

  MEZ005-011-015
                             0         0

                           Low pressure tracking slowly north
                           across New England to the Saint
                           Lawrence River Valley brought heavy
                           rains to the region. Event rainfall
                           totals generally ranged from 1.00 to
                           2.50 inches. Water levels on rivers and
                           streams were still elevated from a
                           heavy rain event less than a week
                           before which had led to flooding. The
                           combination of already elevated water
                           levels ... heavy rains ... snow melt
                           and lingering river ice contributed to
                           new flooding with this event.

                           An ice jam developed along the East
                           Branch of the Penobscot River near the
                           town of Grindstone along Route 11. This
                           caused flooding of Route 11 from 5
                           miles north of Grindstone to 5 miles
                           south of Grindstone ... resulting in
                           the closure of this 10 mile stretch of
                           road. Several homes were also evacuated
                           in this area due to the rising waters.
                           Lesser flooding of smaller rivers and
                           streams was also reported across the
                           rest of the county ... especially along
                           portions of the Mattawamkeag River.

  MEZ001>002-006
                             0         0

                           A combination of heavy late winter
                           snows ... several heavy rain events and
                           thick extensive ice on area rivers and
                           streams set the stage for a prolonged
                           ice jam event across Aroostook county.
                           Rising river levels due to a
                           combination of heavy rain and snowmelt
                           caused river ice to begin to move and
                           jam in early April.

                           An ice jam developed on the Aroostook
                           River between Caribou and Fort
                           Fairfield during the night of the 6th
                           causing the river to overflow ...
                           resulting in the closure of a road
                           along the Caribou - Fort Fairfield town
                           line. Elevated waters from this ice jam
                           backed up into several brooks and
                           streams entering the Aroostook River
                           near the point of the ice jam causing
                           them to overflow their banks and
                           threaten other roads.

                           Another ice jam developed along the
                           Aroostook River ... upriver of the
                           Caribou dam during the morning of the
                           7th. River levels rose quickly in the
                           vicinity of the ice jam leading to
                           flooding near the town of Parkhurst and
                           along several roads bordering the
                           river. During the night of the 7th ...
                           ice began to move on the Saint John
                           River near Big Rapids and Dickey. Ice
                           also began to move on the Allagash
                           river ... which feeds into the Saint
                           John River near Dickey. Water levels on
                           the Saint John and Allagash rivers ...
                           along with tributary streams and brooks
                           ... continued to rise through the
                           night. This produced continued ice
                           movement and jamming.

                           The ice jam on the Saint John River in
                           the vicinity of Big Rapids and Dickey
                           continued to grow during the 8th with
                           ice accumulating to depths of 30 feet
                           in spots. Ice jams continued to produce
                           rapid fluctuations across the Saint
                           John ... Allagash and Aroostook river
                           basins during the 8th along both
                           mainstem rivers and smaller streams and
                           brooks. Another ice jam developed on
                           the Saint John River between the towns
                           of Grand Isle and Lille with continuing
                           increases in river levels. Along the
                           Aroostook River ... ice jammed against
                           the Route IA bridge at Fort Fairfield
                           where rising water levels closed the
                           road for a time in the vicinity of the
                           bridge.

                           Melting snow continued to supply water
                           to area rivers during the 9th and 10th.
                           The Saint John river continued to rise
                           in the vicinity of Grand Isle and Lille
                           ... with the river spilling over onto
                           surrounding low lying agricultural
                           lands in spots during the morning of the
                           9th. Elevated levels on the Aroostook
                           River in the vicinity of Fort Fairfield
                           continued to affect roads near the
                           river. Other ice jams were scattered
                           along the length of the Aroostook River
                           leading to localized lowland flooding
                           which affected some roads bordering the
                           river. Along the Aroostook River ... in
                           the vicinity of Washburn ... low lying
                           areas of the town park and boat launch
                           were flooded ... with a portion of
                           Route 164 near the river closed due to
                           flooding. The Aroostook river briefly
                           exceeded the flood stage at the
                           Washburn forecast point. Flood stage at
                           Washburn is 14.0 feet and the river
                           briefly crested at 14.1 feet during an
                           ice jam on the 9th. The ice jam on the
                           Saint John River near Dickey and Big
                           Rapids remained active resulting in the
                           flooding of a private road which cut
                           off access to several homes.

                           A 2 mile long ice jam on the Aroostook
                           River in the vicinity of Fort Fairfield
                           continued to produce elevated river
                           levels with spillover onto low lying
                           lands and roads bordering the river.
                           Ice jams persisted across the Saint
                           John ... Allagash and Aroostook River
                           basins on both mainstem rivers and
                           smaller streams and brooks. Many towns
                           and roads were affected by elevated
                           water levels due to ice jams. The ice
                           jam near the Caribou dam finally
                           released and moved downriver toward the
                           Fort Fairfield ice jam during the night
                           of the 10th leading to occasional
                           flooding between Caribou and Fort
                           Fairfield.

                           Ice jams persisted on rivers and
                           streams across northern Aroostook
                           county during the 11th. A three mile
                           ice jam existed on the Aroostook River
                           near Fort Fairfield. Ice jams persisted
                           along the length of the Saint John
                           River from near Nine Mile Bridge in
                           northwest Aroostook county to Van Buren
                           in northeast Aroostook county along the
                           border of Maine and New Brunswick. The
                           ice jam on the Saint John River in the
                           vicinity of Dickey and Big Rapids had
                           grown to nearly 12 miles in length ...
                           with ice piled 30 feet deep in spots.
                           Reports of bridge damage and closures
                           from the North Maine woods began to be
                           received during the morning of the 11th
                           due to ice damage along both the Saint
                           John River and Allagash Rivers.
                           Flooding of low lying agricultural land
                           persisted along portions of the Saint
                           John and Aroostook rivers with sections
                           of some roads remaining closed due to
                           flooding.

                           Ice continued to move and jam during
                           the 12th with snowmelt contributing to
                           further increases on rivers and streams
                           ... with numerous reports of ice jam
                           flooding on both mainstem rivers along
                           with smaller streams and brooks.
                           Another ice jam developed near the
                           mouth of the Saint Francis River where
                           it feeds into the Saint John River
                           ... where an extensive ice jam still
                           existed. The ice jam on the Saint
                           Francis River led to flooding of
                           surrounding low lying areas but did not
                           threaten roads or homes. Flooding of
                           low lying agricultural land persisted
                           along the Saint John River From Grand
                           Isle to Van Buren.

                           Ice continued to move and jam across
                           the region during the 13th. River
                           levels finally began to recede during
                           the 14th leaving much of the ice either
                           grounded on river banks or along river
                           bottoms. During the 14th much of the
                           remaining flooding was confined to low
                           lying agricultural land bordering
                           rivers and streams. Ice jams persisted
                           through much of the next week ...
                           particularly along portions of the
                           Saint John river and Allagash river.
                           However ... the ice continued to decay
                           with the rivers the cutting paths
                           through the remaining ice with
                           ice also continuing to flush through
                           the rivers. River and lake levels
                           remained elevated enough to continue
                           spilling over onto some low lying
                           agricultural lands during this time.
                           Much of the remaining ice was finally
                           flushed through the river systems
                           from the 20th to the 22nd ... with
                           other ice left grounded on the river
                           banks to slowly melt. The ice jam on
                           the Saint John River in the vicinity
                           of Dickey and Big Rapids was considered
                           one of the worst in decades.

  MEZ004-010-031
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                           Another in a series of heavy rain
                           producing storms brought 1.50 to 2.50
                           inches of rain to the region ... with
                           local totals to around 3.00 inches in
                           terrain enhanced areas. This heavy rain
                           falling on soil already saturated from
                           snow melt and several weeks of rain
                           produced rapid run-off into already
                           elevated rivers and streams. Rivers and
                           streams responded quickly to the heavy
                           rains causing many to overflow their
                           banks flooding low lying areas and
                           causing the closure of some roads and
                           bridges. The smaller rivers and streams
                           responded initially.... with mainstem
                           river flooding developing shortly
                           thereafter.

                           The Piscataquis River at Dover-Foxcroft
                           exceeded flood stage of 11.0 feet
                           during the morning of the 25th ...
                           cresting at around 12.0 feet that
                           evening ... then falling back below
                           flood stage during early morning hours
                           of the 26th. This flooding.... along
                           with flooding on the Pleasant River
                           and Kingsbury Stream ... led to road
                           closures around Guilford ...
                           Dover-Foxcroft and Brownville
                           Junction. The elevated waters
                           of the Piscataquis River tore
                           the Howland town docks from their
                           moorings and washed them downriver.
                           Water levels began to gradually recede
                           during the night of the 25th ...
                           with diminishing flooding ...
                           though river levels remained elevated.

  MEZ005-011-015
                             0         0

                           Another in a series of heavy rain
                           producing storms brought 1.00 to 2.00
                           inches of rain to the region ... with
                           locally higher totals. This heavy rain
                           falling on soil already saturated from
                           snow melt and several weeks of rain
                           produced rapid run-off into already
                           elevated rivers and streams. Rivers and
                           streams responded quickly to the heavy
                           rains causing many to overflow their
                           banks flooding low lying areas and
                           causing the closure of some roads and
                           bridges. The smaller rivers and streams
                           responded initially ... with the
                           mainstem rivers then rising shortly
                           thereafter.

                           The East Branch of the Penobscot River
                           overflowed in the vicinity of
                           Grindstone flooding portions of Route
                           11 ... which had to be closed for a
                           time. Other ... mainly lesser ... small
                           stream flooding reported was across the
                           rest of the county. Flooding diminished
                           during the early morning hours
                           of the 26th.

  MEZ001>002-
  005>006-011-
  015>016-029
                             0         0

                           Yet another low pressure system brought
                           abundant moisture and heavy
                           precipitation to the region ... shortly
                           after the previous system. The
                           storm brought heavy rain to the region
                           from the night of the 27th to the 28th.
                           Event rainfall totals of 1.50 to 3.00
                           inches were common across the region
                           ... with local totals in excess of 4.00
                           inches. The heaviest rains ...
                           exceeding 4.00 inches in spots ...
                           occurred across portions of Hancock
                           county. Some of the heavier rain totals
                           were also reported across terrain
                           enhanced are of Penobscot county.
                           Rivers and streams had little time to
                           recover from the previous heavy rains
                           occurring just shortly before this
                           event. These most recent heavy rains
                           ... combined with a month of snow melt
                           and several previous heavy rain events
                           ... caused rivers and streams to rise
                           rapidly from already elevated levels.
                           Across Aroostook county ... melting
                           snow provided additional water
                           particularly to the Saint John River
                           and tributaries. In addition ... water
                           releases from dams in preparation for
                           this event led to flooding along some
                           smaller rivers and streams before the
                           rains even began across portions of
                           Penobscot and Hancock counties.
                           Elevated lake levels caused increased
                           flows on streams and rivers draining
                           the lakes which also contributed to
                           flooding of roads and basements.

                           Rivers and streams rose rapidly in
                           response to the heavy rains. Reports of
                           lowland flooding and road closures
                           begain to be received during the
                           morning of the 28th. Across the North
                           Maine woods of northwest Aroostook
                           county many small streams and brooks
                           were reported over their banks leading
                           to flooding of many roads ... leading
                           to travel restrictions in that area.
                           The elevated water the Fish River in
                           northern Aroostook county contributed
                           to the flooding of some basements from
                           the vicinity of Soldier Pond to Fort
                           Kent. Elevated lake levels also flooded
                           camps and homes bordering the lakes.
                           The Saint John ... Allagash and
                           Aroostook Rivers of northern Aroostook
                           county were very elevated ... but
                           generally remained below flood stage
                           with the exception of some spillover
                           onto low lying agricultural land.

                           Across Penobscot county ... many
                           reports of lowland flooding were
                           received along with some road closures.
                           A portion of Route 11 was again closed
                           due to flooding in the vicinity of
                           Grindstone. Flooding was also reported
                           along the Millinocket Stream in
                           Millinocket. Around 250 people in
                           Millinocket were cut off from their
                           homes for a time due to flooding ...
                           requiring a school bus to provide
                           access across flooded roads. Around a
                           dozen homes on Route 2 near Milford
                           were surrounded by water ... with
                           several roads closed ... due to the
                           elevated Penobscot River. The Penobscot
                           River also spilled over onto the
                           parking lots of several businesses in
                           Old Town. The initial flooding was
                           reported along the smaller tributary
                           streams and rivers of the mainstem
                           Penobscot River. The Penobscot River
                           exceeded flood stage at both the West
                           Enfield and Eddington forecast points.
                           The flood stage at both West Enfield
                           and Eddington is 18.0 feet. Flood stage
                           at West Enfield was exceeded during the
                           early morning hours of the 29th ...
                           cresting at nearly 20.0 feet later that
                           night ... then falling back below flood
                           stage during the early morning hours of
                           May Flood stage at Eddington was
                           exceeded during the early morning hours
                           of the 30th ... cresting at around 18.5
                           feet that evening ... then falling back
                           below flood stage during the evening of
                           May 1st.

                           Across Hancock county lowland flooding
                           and road closures were common
                           particularly across the Blue Hill
                           peninsula and in Ellsworth along the
                           Union River.

  MEZ003>004-010-031
                             0         0

                           Yet another low pressure system brought
                           abundant moisture and heavy
                           precipitation to the region ... shortly
                           after the previous system. The storm
                           brought heavy rain to the region from
                           the night of the 27th to the 28th.
                           Event rainfall totals of 1.50 inches to
                           3.50 inches occurred across the region ...
                           with the higher totals generally
                           occuring across terrain enhanced areas
                           of Piscataquis county. Rivers and
                           streams had little time to recover from
                           the previous heavy rain event occurring
                           just shortly before this event. These
                           most recent rains ... combined with a
                           month of snow melt and several previous
                           heavy rain events ... caused rivers and
                           streams to rise rapidly from already
                           elevated levels. Across northern
                           Somerset county ... melting snow
                           provided additional water particularly
                           to the Saint John River and its
                           tributaries.

                           Rivers and streams rose rapidly in
                           response to the heavy rains. Reports of
                           low land flooding and road closures
                           began to be received during the morning
                           of the 28th. Across the North Maine
                           woods of northern Somerset county many
                           small streams and brooks were reported
                           over their banks leading to flooding of
                           many roads ... leading to travel
                           restrictions there. Across Piscataquis
                           county ... many reports of small river and
                           stream flooding were initially
                           reported. The Pleasant River road was
                           closed between Milo and Brownville due
                           to a washout. The Back Abbot Road was
                           also closed in the vicinity of
                           Kingsbury Stream. Many other roads
                           across the county were also closed due
                           to flooding. Much of the initial
                           flooding was reported along the smaller
                           tributary streams and rivers of the
                           mainstem Piscataquis River. The
                           Piscataquis river did excceed flood
                           stage at the Dover - Foxcroft forecast
                           point. Flood stage at Dover - Foxcroft
                           is 11.0 feet. Flood Stage at Dover -
                           Foxcroft was exceeded during the
                           evening of the 28th ... cresting at
                           around 11.2 feet several hours later
                           ... then falling back below flood stage
                           during the morning of the 29th.

  MEZ017-030-032
                             0         0

                           Yet another low pressure system brought
                           abundant moisture and heavy
                           precipitation to the region ... shortly
                           after the previous system. The storm
                           brought heavy rain to the region from
                           the night of the 27th to the 28th.
                           Event rainfall totals of 1.50 to 3.00
                           inches were common across the region ...
                           with local totals in excess of 4.00
                           inches. Rivers and streams had little
                           time to recover from the previous heavy
                           rain event occurring just shortly
                           before this event. These most recent
                           heavy rains ... combined with a month
                           of snow melt and several previous heavy
                           rain events ... caused rivers and
                           streams to rise rapidly from already
                           elevated levels.

                           Rivers and streams rose rapidly in
                           response to the heavy rains. Reports of
                           lowland flooding and road closures
                           began to be received during the morning
                           of the 28th. Areas of flooding
                           continued to be reported through the
                           30th ... with water levels then
                           receding during the early morning hours
                           of May 1st.

  MEZ001
                             0         0

                           Cold air wrapping around exiting low
                           pressure changed rain to snow across
                           northwest Aroostook county. The result
                           was a late season snow event which
                           produced 5 to 10 inches of heavy wet
                           snow. The heavy wet snow accumulating
                           on tree branches weighed down the
                           branches causing then to contact power
                           lines or snap and fall onto power lines
                           ... contributing to power outages.
                           Around 3500 customers lost power at
                           various times during this event.

MAINE, South

                           NOT RECEIVED.

MARYLAND, Central

                           NOT RECEIVED.

MARYLAND, Northeast

  Kent County
    2 E Chestertown          0         0

  Queen Anne'S County
    3 W Mc Ginnis            0         0

                           A severe thunderstorm knocked down
                           several trees along the Kent and Queen
                           Anne's County border near Chestertown
                           (Kent County) and Kings Town (Queen
                           Anne's County).

  MDZ008
                             0         0

                           The combination of heavy rain on the
                           2nd and snowmelt runoff from northern
                           locations in the Susquehanna Basin
                           caused flooding along the Susquehanna
                           River from April 3rd through the 6th.
                           Rain began falling late in the evening
                           on April 1st and fell at its heaviest
                           during the day on the 2nd. The rain did
                           not end until around sunrise on April
                           3rd. Doppler radar storm total
                           estimates averaged around three inches
                           and caused poor drainage flooding. The
                           runoff led to the Susquehanna River at
                           Conowingo flooding (flood stage 23.5
                           feet) from 1050 a.m. EDT on the 3rd
                           through 1030 a.m. EDT on the 6th. It
                           crested 26.7 feet 945 a.m. EDT on the
                           4th. Flooding occurred at the north end
                           of Port Deposit.

                           The heavy rain was caused by a low
                           pressure system that moved from the
                           southern Gulf Coast States on the
                           morning of April 1st northeast to the
                           eastern Tennessee Valley during the
                           evening of the 1st, to far western
                           Virginia just after Midnight EST on the
                           2nd into central Virginia at 7 a.m. EST
                           on the 2nd, near Washington D.C. at 1
                           p.m. EST on the 2nd, near Lancaster,
                           Pennsylvania at 7 p.m. EST on the 2nd,
                           near Scranton, Pennsylvania at 2 a.m.
                           EDT on the 3rd, over the Finger Lakes
                           in New York at 8 a.m. EDT on the 3rd
                           and into eastern Lake Ontario at 2 p.m.
                           EDT on the 3rd. The strong southeast
                           flow preceding the low pressure system
                           was able to entrain Atlantic Ocean
                           moisture in addition to the Gulf of
                           Mexico moisture into the system. The
                           southeast flow also was ideal for
                           orographic lifting in the upper part of
                           the Susquehanna Basin. The flooding was
                           exacerbated by the already wet soil
                           conditions due to heavy rain on both
                           March 23rd and 28th.

MARYLAND, South

  Dorchester County
    7 S Hurlock              0         0        5K

                           Mobile home on Bailey Store Road pushed
                           2 feet off foundation. Water service
                           line broken.

MARYLAND, West

  MDZ001
                             0         0

                           Surface low pressure passed over
                           Huntington, WV. Then it intensified and
                           moved into northeastern Pennsylvania.
                           Heavy snow started on the northwest
                           side of the storm by 1130 PM on 2nd.
                           Oakland reached 6 inches of snow by 10
                           AM on 3rd.

MASSACHUSETTS, Central and East

                           NONE REPORTED.

MASSACHUSETTS, West

                           NONE REPORTED.

MICHIGAN, East

  MIZ047>048-
  053>055-060>063-
  069>070
                             0         0

                           A powerful spring storm tracked across
                           the Ohio Valley on Friday the 22nd, and
                           into the Eastern Great Lakes on the
                           23rd. The storm then deepened as it
                           slowly backed west toward Lake Huron on
                           the 24th.

                           This intense area of low
                           pressure dumped heavy snow along and
                           north of M-59, as well as producing
                           frequent wind gusts to 30 mph. Final
                           snowfall accumulations were generally
                           in the 6 to 12 inch range, with
                           slightly higher accumulations over the
                           higher terrain along and just south of
                           I-69. It should be noted considerable
                           melting occurred due to the warm ground
                           and air temperatures at or slightly
                           above freezing through the event. The
                           combination of heavy wet snow and
                           strong winds lead to numerous reports
                           of trees and tree limbs down, which
                           resulted in power outages.

                           Here are some of the higher snowfall reports
                           received from each county:
                           Bay City (Bay), 5.0 inches
                           Grand Blanc (Genesee), 13.0 inches
                           Dryden (Lapeer), 14.4 inches
                           Richmond (Macomb), 11.3 inches
                           Midland (Midland), 5.0 inches
                           White Lake NWS (Oakland), 15.0 inches
                           Saginaw (Saginaw), 6.0 inches
                           Brown City (Sanilac), 11.0 inches
                           Capac (St Clair), 14.0 inches
                           Fairgrove (Tuscola), 6.0 inches

  MIZ049
                             0         0

                           Heavy snowfall up to 12 inches combined
                           with wind gusts to 45 mph created
                           blizzard conditions over Huron County.
                           Blowing and drifting snow lead to snow
                           drifts as high as 4 feet.

MICHIGAN, Extreme Southwest

                           NONE REPORTED.

MICHIGAN, North

  MIZ034
                             0         0

                           A long period of warm and dry weather
                           affected northern Michigan from the end
                           of March through mid April. Once the
                           spring melt was completed, the fire
                           danger rapidly increased. A number of

                           wildfires developed in northern Lower
                           Michigan in mid April. By far the
                           largest occurred in Nester Township in
                           Roscommon County, south of Prudenville.
                           This fire (of unknown origin) started
                           on the afternoon of the 16th, and
                           burned over 1500 acres before it was
                           gradually brought under control over
                           the next several days. There was no
                           known structural damage, though sixteen
                           to twenty homes in the area were
                           evacuated.

  MIZ018-022-024-
  029>030
                             0         0        3K

                           A strong upper level disturbance sat
                           over the Great Lakes region from the
                           23rd through the 25th. This brought an
                           extended period of rain and wet snow to
                           the region. Accumulating snow was
                           confined largely to the nighttime and
                           morning hours, when temperatures were
                           just a touch cooler. A burst of heavier
                           snow brought 6 to 8 inches of
                           accumulation to parts of northeast
                           Lower Michigan, including Alpena,
                           Hubbard Lake, Comins, Presque Isle, and
                           Vanderbilt. The wet, clingy snow,
                           combined with wind gusts of 25 to 30
                           mph, was enough to down a few trees and
                           large tree limbs in Harrisville.

MICHIGAN, Upper

                           NONE REPORTED.
MICHIGAN, West

                           NONE REPORTED.

MINNESOTA, Central and South Central

  Kandiyohi County
    New London               0         0

  Stearns County
    1 S Paynesville          0         0

                           Hail covered County Road 55.

  Meeker County
    2 SW Manannah to         0         0
    1 W Manannah

                           Dime to nickel sized hail fell.

  Swift County
    Benson                   0         0

  Todd County
    6 N Grey Eagle           0         0

  Swift County
    De Graff                 0         0

  Isanti County
    10 W Cambridge           0         0

  Brown County
    Essig to                 0         0
      2 W New Ulm

  Watonwan County
    5 W Madelia              0         0

                           Pea to nickel sized hail covered the
                           ground.

  Meeker County
    5 W Cedar Mills          0         0

  Freeborn County
    Albert Lea               0         0

  Pope County
    7 SW Starbuck            0         0

                           A tornado briefly touched down in an
                           open field in Walden Township, Section
                           16. The touchdown occurred about 2.5
                           miles north-northwest of the west end
                           of Lake Emily. No damage was reported.

  Pope County
    6 W Gilchrist            0         0

                           A funnel cloud was spotted by the
                           public about 5 miles northwest of Swift
                           Falls, or 6 miles west of Gilcrest.

MINNESOTA, Northeast

  Koochiching County
    Ranier                   0         0

  Koochiching County
    Ranier                   0         0

                           The hail fell for 10 minutes.

  Koochiching County
    International Falls      0         0

MINNESOTA, Northwest

  MNZ007
                             0         0

                           By the end of March, the only snow left
                           to melt was along the Canadian border,
                           mostly from Langdon (ND) to Roseau
                           (MN). The melt rate had been nearly
                           ideal, with warm daytime highs and
                           nights below freezing. Several late
                           season snowstorms had hit the Canadian
                           border region with some substantial
                           snowfall amounts. Snow depths ranged
                           around 20 inches at Langdon (ND), 15
                           inches at Pembina (ND) and Hallock
                           (MN), and 12 inches at the Agassiz
                           National Wildlife Refuge (MN). The snow
                           water equivalent measured at the
                           Agassiz Refuge was about 2.5 inches. As
                           warmer temperatures occurred in early
                           April, there was still a good amount of
                           moisture left to work into the river
                           system across northeast North Dakota
                           and northwest Minnesota. The Red River
                           started rising in the Oslo area in late
                           March. The river crested around 34.2
                           feet between April 4th and 5th, then
                           fell back below it moderate flood stage
                           around April 8th.

  MNZ004
                             0         0

                           The Two Rivers River at Hallock began
                           to rise in late March. The river
                           crested between 807 and 808 feet MSL on
                           April 4th, then fell back below its
                           moderate flood stage around April 8th.

  Lake Of The Woods
  County
    1 S Lude                 0         0

MINNESOTA, Southeast

  Dodge County
    3 N Mantorville          0         0

                           Funnel clouds were sighted by law
                           enforcement officials and the public,
                           but none touched down.

MINNESOTA, Southwest

  Rock County
    2 S Magnolia             0         0

  Nobles County
    Lismore                  0         0

                           Hail lightly covered the ground.

  Lincoln County
    3 SW Lake Benton         0         0

  Lyon County
    1 S Florence             0         0

  Rock County
    5 SE Jasper              0         0

  Pipestone County
    2 SE Trosky              0         0

  Cottonwood County
    5 SW Storden             0         0

MINNESOTA, West

                           NONE REPORTED.

MINNESOTA, West Central

                           NONE REPORTED.

MISSISSIPPI, Central

                           NOT RECEIVED.

MISSISSIPPI, North

  Chickasaw County
    7 S Houston to           0         0       0.15K
    6 E Houston

  Tishomingo County
    Belmont                  0         0       0.01K

  Lee County
    Tupelo                   0         0        1K

  Panola County
    Pope                     0         0       0.05K

  Panola County
    10 SE Batesville         0         0       0.01K

  Panola County
    10 SE Batesville         0         0        20K

                           One mobile home had roof damage. A
                           shed and a carport were badly damaged.
                           Some trees were knocked down.

  Panola County
    Batesville               0         0        5K

                           Flood waters reached several
                           businesses.

  Lafayette County
    7 W Oxford               0         0       0.10K

  Lafayette County
    2 SE Oxford              0         0        15K

                           One mobile home was damaged. Several
                           trees and power lines were blown down.

  Prentiss County
    1 E Booneville           0         0       0.05K

  Tate County
    Senatobia                0         0        1K

                           Several roads were flooded. The water
                           reached up to the doorways of several
                           cars.

  Prentiss County
    8 E Booneville           0         0       0.75K

  De Soto County
    South Haven              0         0       0.01K

  Panola County
    Sardis                   0         0       0.01K

  Monroe County
    2 NW Aberdeen to         0         0        25K
    2 N Aberdeen

MISSISSIPPI, South

  Jackson County
    7 W Vancleave            0         0

  Pearl River County
    Picayune                 0         0

                           Hail ranging in size from pennies
                           to golfballs was reported.

  Pearl River County
    Countywide               0         0        25K

  Harrison County
    Countywide               0         0        50K

  Jackson County
    Countywide               0         0       200K

  MSZ077-081>082
                             0         0       325K

                           Heavy rainfall that began on March
                           31st continued through the morning
                           hours of April 1st resulting in the
                           flooding of numerous roadways and
                           homes in sections of coastal and
                           south Mississippi. The hardest hit
                           area was Jackson County where 8 to 12
                           inches of rain fell during the
                           night and morning hours. The heavy
                           rain also resulted in signfcant
                           flooding in lower portions of several
                           rivers and streams in south
                           Mississippi, particularly along major
                           rivers in in Harrison and Jackson
                           Counties, such as the Escatawpa,
                           Biloxi and Tchoutacabouffa Rivers.
                           Overall 250 homes and numerous
                           roadways were flooded across
                           Jackson County, with the communities
                           of Moss Point and Ocean Springs were
                           especially hard hit. In Harrison
                           County, a number of roadways were
                           flooded and a few homes around
                           D'Iberville received water damage.
                           In Pearl River County, several roads
                           were flooded by the heavy rainfall.

  Pike County
    Progress to              0         2       200K
      2 ENE Holmesville
                           A tornado touched down near the
                           community of Progress in Pike County
                           and moved north northeast to the
                           Barto area before crossing Highway 98
                           and moving out of Pike County and
                           into Walthall County about 2 miles
                           east northeast of Holmesville. Along
                           its path in Pike County, the tornado
                           destroyed a church and a couple of
                           mobile homes, damaged a number of
                           houses and businesses, and knocked
                           down numerous trees.

  Walthall County
    3 WNW Dinan to           0         0       300K
    2 W Sartinsville

                           A tornado moved out of Pike County
                           and entered Walthall County about 3
                           miles west northwest of Dinan and
                           continued travelling north northeast
                           until it dissipated approximately 2
                           miles west of Sartinsville. The
                           tornado caused significant damage to
                           25 houses, 10 trailers, and 2
                           businesses in Walthall County.

                           A meso-cyclone thunderstorm produced
                           a tornado as moved on an intermittent
                           path northeastward across eastern
                           Pike County and northwest Walthall
                           County.

  Wilkinson County
    Ft Adams                 0         0

  Hancock County
    2 W Waveland             0         0        50K

                           A tornado moved through the community
                           of Bayside Park damaging around 30
                           houses and 8 mobile homes. Some of the
                           homes received severe damage. The
                           tornado also knocked down numerous
                           trees and damaged several vehicles.
                           Most of the damage was produced by
                           trees falling on structures and
                           automobiles.

  Amite County
    5 E Liberty              0         0

  Jackson County
    5 NNE Ocean Spgs         0         0

                           A bridge was washed out on Old Fort
                           Bayou Road.

  Amite County
    Gillsburg                0         0

  Pike County
    Mc Comb Pike Co Arpt     0         0

  Walthall County
    5 SE Tylertown           0         0        2K

                           Trees and power lines were blown down
                           in the southeast portion of Walthall
                           County.

  Walthall County
    5 E Tylertown            0         0

                           A weak tornado was observed to
                           briefly touch down causing no damage.
  Hancock County
    Waveland                 0         0        2K

                           Trees and power lines were knocked
                           down.

  Harrison County
    Saucier                  0         0       1.5K

                           Thunderstorm winds knocked down power
                           lines and a street sign and caused
                           damage to a porch.

  Pike County
    3 W Summit               0         0

  Amite County
    Smithdale                0         0

  Walthall County
    5 N Salem                0         0        1K

                           Power lines were blown down in the
                           Sartinville area.

  Pike County
    3 W Mc Comb              0         0

                           Nickel size hail fell in the
                           Pinehurst area along Highway 48.

  Pearl River County
    4 W Poplarville          0         0

  Pearl River County
    9 W Poplarville          0         0

  Harrison County
    Biloxi to                0         0
    D Iberville
                           Penny size hail was reported in
                           Biloxi and D'Iberville.

  Walthall County
    Tylertown                0         0

                           A tree was blown down near Tylertown.

  Pearl River County
    Countywide               0         0        2K

                           Numerous trees were reported down
                           across the county.

MISSISSIPPI, Southeast

  George County
    South Portion            0         0

                           Heavy rains caused several roads in
                           the southern parts of the county to
                           flood.  Many of the roads had to be
                           closed for about an hour. It was
                           estimated that four to six inches of
                           rain fell across the area in a six
                           hour period.

  Perry County
    Runnelstown              0         0

  Perry County
    Richton                  0         0

  Wayne County
    10 S Waynesboro          0         0

  Wayne County
    Buckatunna               0         0

  Wayne County
    10 W Clara               0         0        3K

                           Golfball size hail fell from a
                           thunderstorm near Strengthford. The
                           hail caused minor damage to some
                           vehicles.

  Wayne County
    Waynesboro               0         0

  Perry County
    Richton                  0         0        4K

                           Golfball size hail fell from a
                           thunderstorm near Richton. The large
                           hail damaged several vehicles.

  Greene County
    Bothwell                 0         0

  Wayne County
    Clara                    0         0

  Greene County
    Rounsaville              0         0        25K

                           A weak tornado briefly touched down
                           near Rounsaville. The tornado blew
                           down several trees and caused minor
                           roof and siding damage to two homes.
                           The storm also dropped quarter size
                           hail.

  Wayne County
    Waynesboro               0         0

  Stone County
    Wiggins                  0         0

  Wayne County
    Waynesboro               0         0        15K

                           High winds from a thunderstorm blew
                           down several trees and power lines
                           near Waynesboro. The high winds also
                           damaged some outbuildings in the
                           area.

  Stone County
    Wiggins                  0         0        8K

                           High winds from a thunderstorm blew
                           down several trees and power lines
                           near Wiggins.

MISSOURI, East

  St. Louis County
    Chesterfield             0         0

  St. Louis County
    Town And Country         0         0

                           Very heavy rain fell in a short
                           amount of time over St. Louis county,
                           especially western sections of the
                           county. The area affected the most
                           was in Town and Country, along a
                           four mile stretch of Highway 141 from
                           Ladue  Road to Dutch Mill Road. The
                           highway was briefly closed at
                           Dutch Mill Road due to water over the
                           road. The county road department
                           was forced to close the flood gates
                           at Ladue Road where 2 and a half feet
                           of water was over the roadway. Also,
                           several side roads, including Conway,
                           White and Clayton had up to 8 inches
                           of water flowing over them for a
                           brief time.

  St. Louis County
    Affton                   0         0

                           Very heavy rain fell in a short
                           amount of time over St. Louis County.
                           In Affton, Grant Road in Grantwood
                           Village, between Gravois Road and
                           Pardee Road, was briefly closed due
                           to fast rising water from the creek
                           along Grant Road.

  Monroe County
    Paris                    0         0

                           Thunderstorm winds blew down several
                           trees, tree branches and power lines
                           in Paris.

  Callaway County
    3 SE Kingdom City        0         0

                           Storm spotters reported hail up to
                           3/4 inch in diameter nearly covered
                           the ground.

  Franklin County
    Robertsville             0         0

                           Storm spotters reported 3/4 inch hail.

  Crawford County
    Bourbon                  0         0

                           The County EOC reported nickel size
                           hail in Bourbon.

  St. Louis County
    Lemay                    0         0

  Moniteau County
    California               0         0

                           The Sheriff Department reported nickel
                           size hail.
  Moniteau County
    3 NW Jamestown           0         0

  Moniteau County
    Jamestown                0         0

                           Storm Chasers from the University of
                           Missouri reported half dollar size
                           hail. Local law enforcement reported
                           1 inch hail in Jamestown.

  Crawford County
    Bourbon                  0         0

                           Local law enforcement reported nickel
                           size hail in Bourbon.
  Boone County
    3 S Ashland              0         0

  Boone County
    3 S Ashland              0         0

                           The Boone County EOC reported hail
                           up to golfball size just south of
                           Ashland.

  Monroe County
    Paris                    0         0

                           Thunderstorm winds downed a 2 foot
                           and 1 foot diameter tree on Cooper
                           Street. A large tree limb was also
                           downed on the grounds of the Monroe
                           County Courthouse. The "Stihl" sign
                           in front of Ed's Hardware was blown
                           down by the wind.

  Callaway County
    2 NE Wainwright          0         0        5K

  Callaway County
    1 N Holts Summit         0         0

  Callaway County
    Tebbetts                 0         0

  Callaway County
    Tebbetts                 0         0        1K

                           Hail up to 2.5 inches in diameter was
                           reported by storm chasers from the
                           University of Missouri and storm
                           spotters. Numerous vehicles along
                           Highway 94 from Tebbetts to Wainright
                           suffered broken windows.

  Osage County
    5 S Bonnots Mill         0         0

  Osage County
    Loose Creek              0         0

                           Stormchasers from the University of
                           Missouri reported nickel size hail in
                           Loose Creek. The public reported 3/4
                           inch hail south of Bonnotts Mill.

  Gasconade County
    Owensville               0         0

  Gasconade County
    Owensville               0         0

  Gasconade County
    7 N Owensville           0         0

                           Storm chasers from the University of
                           Missouri, storm spotters and local law
                           enforcement reported hail from 3/4 to
                           1 inch in diameter in and north of
                           Owensville.

  Osage County
    15 SW Chamois            0         0

                           A storm spotter reported 3/4 inch hail
                           at Highway 100 and Route C.

  Franklin County
    Gerald                   0         0

                           Local law enforcement reported 3/4 inch
                           hail.

  Crawford County
    4 W Cuba                 0         0

  Crawford County
    Cuba                     0         0

                           Local law enforcement reported hail
                           up to nickel size in and west of Cuba.

  Osage County
    1 SE Linn                0         0

  Osage County
    Linn                     0         0

                           Storm spotters reported hail up to
                           golfball size just southeast of Linn.
                           Local law enforcement reported 1 inch
                           hail in Linn.

  Washington County
    2 N Potosi               0         0

  Washington County
    3 SE Richwoods           0         0

                           The Sheriff Department reported 3/4
                           inch hail just north of Potosi. Storm
                           spotters reported about 10 minutes of
                           of nickel size hail southeast of
                           Richwoods.

  Washington County
    Potosi                   0         0

                           A storm spotter reported 3/4 inch hail
                           in Potosi.

  Washington County
    Central Portion          0         0

                           Heavy rain from several thunderstorms
                           caused flash flooding in Washington
                           County, mainly in the central part of
                           the county. Some areas around Potosi
                           reported up to 7 inches of rain.
                           Flooding was reported on Highway F
                           10 miles north of Potosi. Breton Creek
                           in Potosi flooded, closing all the
                           road crossings over the creek. There
                           were reports of some basements
                           flooded, otherwise there was no
                           major damage.

  Jefferson County
    2 NE High Ridge          0         0

                           The public reported nickel size hail
                           just northeast of High Ridge.

  St. Louis (C)
    St Louis                 0         0

                           The City of St. Louis EMA office
                           reported hail up to golfball size at
                           the intersection of Goodfellow and
                           Natural Bridge roads.

  St. Louis County
    Fenton                   0         0

  St. Louis County
    Oakville                 0         0

                           Hail up to nickel size was reported in
                           south St. Louis County. 3/4 inch hail
                           fell for about 10 minutes in the
                           Oakville area.

  Osage County
    Westphalia               0         0

  Osage County
    Westphalia               0         0

                           The Sheriff Department reported hail
                           up to 1 inch in Westphalia.

  Boone County
    Columbia                 0         0

                           The Columbia EOC reported 3/4 inch
                           hail in Columbia.

  Cole County
    Brazito                  0         0

  Cole County
    7 SW Brazito             0         0

  Cole County
    Brazito                  0         0

                           Law enforcement and fire department
                           personnel reported hail up to golfball
                           size in the Brazito area.

  Washington County
    Potosi                   0         0

                           A storm spotter reported 1 inch hail
                           in Potosi.

  Boone County
    3 N Ashland              0         0

                           Federal officials reported 3/4 inch
                           hail north of Ashland.

  Washington County
    Potosi                   0         0

                           Local law enforcement reported nickel
                           size hail in Potosi.

  Callaway County
    Millersburg              0         0

                           A storm spotter reported half dollar
                           size hail in Millersburg.

  Callaway County
    Fulton                   0         0

                           A storm spotter reported hail up to 1
                           inch fell in Fulton for at least 10
                           minutes.

  Callaway County
    Fulton                   0         0

                           The Sheriff Department reported power
                           lines down in Fulton.

  Boone County
    Columbia                 0         0

                           Boone County EMA reported 2-5 inch
                           treelimbs and power lines down near
                           the University of Missouri campus.

  Cole County
    3 W Jefferson City       0         0

  Cole County
    St Martin                0         0

  Cole County
    Jefferson City           0         0

  Cole County
    1 E Jefferson City       0         0

                           Local law enforcement reported hail up
                           to 1 inch in St. Martin and west of
                           Jefferson City. Hail up to nickel size
                           was reported in Jefferson City and
                           just east of the city.

  Callaway County
    New Bloomfield           0         0

                           Local law enforcement reported power
                           lines down in New Bloomfield.

  Montgomery County
    New Florence             0         0

                           Local law enforcement reported 3/4 inch
                           hail.
MISSOURI, Lower

                           NONE REPORTED.

MISSOURI, Northeast

                           NONE REPORTED.

MISSOURI, Northwest

  Bates County
    3 E Amoret               0         0

  Bates County
    6 W Butler               0         0

  Cass County
    Drexel                   0         0

  Platte County
    Camden Pt                0         0

  MOZ020
                             0         0

                           The Platte River near Agency crested
                           at 21.58 feet, or 1.58 feet above
                           flood stage.

  MOZ032
                             0         0

                           The Chariton River near Prairie Hill
                           crested at 17.59 feet, or 2.59 feet
                           above flood stage.

  Clinton County
    Gower                    0         0

  Clinton County
    Lathrop                  0         0

  Jackson County
    Independence             0         0

  De Kalb County
    Fairport                 0         0

  Cooper County
    4 NW Bellair             0         0

  Cooper County
    3 NNW Bellair            0         0

  Cooper County
    1 NE Bunceton            0         0

  Cooper County
    3 SW Prairie Home        0         0

  Cooper County
    Prairie Home             0         0

  Cooper County
    Otterville               0         0

  Cooper County
    3 SE Boonville           0         0

  Cooper County
    Pilot Grove              0         0

  Bates County
    Ballard                  0         0

  Bates County
    3 N Ballard              0         0

  Henry County
    Calhoun                  0         0

  Henry County
    Urich                    0         0

  Platte County
    Weston                   0         0

  Platte County
    Parkville                0         0

  Platte County
    Platte City              0         0

  Buchanan County
    4 SE De Kalb             0         0

  Johnson County
    1 W Whiteman Afb         0         0

  Pettis County
    Green Ridge              0         0

  Pettis County
    Hughesville              0         0

  Clay County
    Liberty                  0         0

  Clay County
    1 S Claycomo             0         0

  Clay County
    Smithville               0         0

  Clay County
    2 N Gladstone            0         0

  Clay County
    Liberty                  0         0

  Clay County
    Liberty                  0         0

  Clay County
    1 SSW Excelsior Spgs     0         0

  Cass County
    West Line                0         0

  Cass County
    1 NW Peculiar            0         0

  Cass County
    2 NE Freeman             0         0

  Cass County
    Harrisonville            0         0

  Jackson County
    3 WSW Greenwood          0         0

  Jackson County
    3 NE Atherton            0         0

                           Tornado touched down in open country
                           near the Missouri River. Caught on
                           video tape by area residents. No
                           damage reported.

  Lafayette County
    Wellington               0         0

  Lafayette County
    2 SSW Lexington          0         0

  Lafayette County
    5 S Higginsville         0         0

  Lafayette County
    1 N Higginsville         0         0

  Lafayette County
    1 N Higginsville         0         0

  MOZ023-046
                             0         0

                           The Grand River near Sumner crested
                           at 29.36 feet, or 3.36 feet above
                           flood stage. The Petite Saline Creek
                           near Boonville crested at 18.35 feet,
                           or 2.35 feet above flood stage.

MISSOURI, Southeast

  MOZ111
                             0         0        15K

                           A farm equipment shed was heavily
                           damaged just north of Sikeston along
                           Highway 61. Trees and power lines were
                           blown down in Sikeston. Tree limbs
                           landed on the roof of a home. An
                           uprooted tree damaged a fence and
                           blocked a street. The strongest winds
                           appeared to be in the southern half of
                           the county. At the Cape Girardeau
                           Airport on the north end of the
                           county, peak wind gusts were measured
                           at 44 MPH. These winds were
                           associated with a mesoscale area of
                           low pressure in the wake of an area
                           of showers.

  Scott County
    Oran                     0         0

                           A funnel cloud was observed over
                           northwest Scott County. The funnel
                           cloud was observed on a towercam
                           operated by a Cape Girardeau
                           television station. The funnel cloud
                           was also observed by trained
                           observers at the Cape Girardeau
                           airport.

  Cape Girardeau
  County
    Fruitland                0         0

  Cape Girardeau
  County
    7 W Cape Girardeau       0         0
    to
    2 S Jackson

                           The funnel cloud was captured by a
                           Cape Girardeau television station's
                           towercam, and the video was broadcast
                           live for over five minutes. The funnel
                           cloud associated with the nearly
                           stationary thunderstorm was visible
                           from time to time for over half an
                           hour.

  Scott County
    5 NW Lusk                0         0

  Cape Girardeau
  County
    1.5 S Fruitland          0         0

                           The sheriff department reported golf-
                           ball size hail on Interstate 55 at
                           exit 105. Many locations in and near
                           Fruitland reported an extended period
                           of large hail due to the very slow
                           movement of the storm. Hail depths
                           were reported up to 4 inches, creating
                           a winter-like scene and slippery road
                           conditions. The county highway
                           department was dispatched to clear
                           the roads.

                           A severe thunderstorm remained nearly
                           stationary over central Cape Girardeau
                           County for 30 to 45 minutes. The result was
                           a localized area of flash flooding and
                           copious amounts of hail, in addition
                           to a funnel cloud.

  Cape Girardeau
  County
    Jackson to               0         0        50K
    Fruitland

                           Flash flooding of creeks and roads
                           occurred as a result of a nearly
                           stationary severe thunderstorm. In
                           Jackson, Hubble Creek inundated
                           numerous roads and most of the
                           city park. Floodwaters swept debris
                           onto tennis courts and overflowed a
                           footbridge. On Main Street in the
                           city, a vehicle became stranded in
                           high water. The street was closed.
                           Water was over U.S. Highway 61 between
                           Jackson and Fruitland. A couple of
                           intersections on Highway W were
                           flooded. State roads 605, 603, and
                           601 in Fruitland were flooded. The
                           preliminary rainfall total from the
                           co-operative observer in Jackson was
                           2.20 inches, most of which fell within
                           an hour.

  Ripley County
    9 N Doniphan             0         0

  Stoddard County
    Puxico                   0         0

  Scott County
    2 N Miner                0         0

  MOZ087
                             0         0        1K

                           Strong west winds occurred in the wake
                           of a cold front passage. The strongest
                           wind gust at the Cape Girardeau
                           Airport was 45 MPH.

  Bollinger County
    4 S Marble Hill          0         0

                           Nickel-size hail was reported on
                           Highway 51.

  Stoddard County
    Bell City                0         0

  Scott County
    Oran

                           A severe thunderstorm moved east
                           northeast across northern Stoddard
                           into western Scott County, producing
                           nickel-size hail.

MISSOURI, Southwest

  Newton County
    Hornet                   0         0

  Jasper County
    Joplin                   0         0

  Jasper County
    Joplin                   0         0

  Vernon County
    Deerfeld                 0         0

  Barry County
    Cassville                0         0        15K        0

                           Severe thunderstorm wind gusts
                           damaged a farm store. Most of the
                           damage occurred to the store building,
                           however, a stock tank was blown about
                           one quarter of a mile from where it
                           was stored.

  Christian County
    2 SW Nixa                0         0

                           Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed
                           a few trees near the city of Nixa.

  Christian County
    Nixa                     0         0        5K         0

                           Downburst winds downed trees and
                           caused roof and window damage to a
                           home in Nixa.

  Polk County
    2 E Pleasant Hope        0         0

                           Strong thunderstorms caused flash
                           flooding to occur over a low water
                           crossing on Highway 215.

  Douglas County
    Ava                      0         0

                           Sections of Highways FF and Y were
                           impassable due to flash flooding.

  Jasper County
    Webb City                0         0

  Jasper County
    Carl Jet                 0         0

  Jasper County
    Carthage                 0         0

  Camden County
    Linn Creek               0         0

                           Heavy thunderstorms caused flash
                           flooding over low water crossings
                           near the community of Linn Creek.

  Vernon County
    1 W Deerfield            0         0

  Jasper County
    2 NE Avilla              0         0

  Lawrence County
    Pierce City              0         0

  Barry County
    Monett                   0         0

  Wright County
    Grovespring              0         0

                           Flash flooding occurred over low water
                           crossings near the community of
                           Grovespring.

  Ozark County
    1 S Noble                0         0

                           Numerous low water crossings
                           experienced flash flooding south
                           of Noble.

  Wright County
    Hartville                0         0

                           Heavy thunderstorms caused the Woods
                           Fork Tributary of the Gasconade river
                           to flow out of its banks in several
                           locations.

  Stone County
    2 S Elsey                0         0

  Greene County
    1 E Battlefield          0         0

  MOZ092
                             0         0

                           A low water crossing along Highway Z
                           over Elk Creek remained impassable for
                           several hours after heavy rain affect
                           the area.

  MOZ096
                             0         0

                           A low water crossing along Highway EE
                           at the North Fork and White Rivers
                           remained flooded for several hours
                           after a flash flood event.

  MOZ105
                             0         0

                           Several low water crossings countywide
                           remained impassable for a few hours
                           following a flash flood episode. Two
                           notable crossings that were flooded
                           include sections of Highway T at
                           Little Creek and Possum Walk Creek,
                           along with a section of Highway 95
                           at Bryant Creek.

  MOZ082
                             0         0

                           A low water crossing along Highway U
                           west of Highway 137 was impassable for
                           several hours following the occurrence
                           of heavy thunderstorms.

  Lawrence County
    3 W Halltown             0         0

  Miller County
    Eldon                    0         0

  Miller County
    3 NE Lake Ozark          0         0

  Miller County
    Iberia                   0         0

  Maries County
    5 S Brinktown            0         0

  Pulaski County
    Hancock                  0         0

  Miller County
    Iberia                   0         0

  Maries County
    Hayden                   0         0

  Pulaski County
    Dixon                    0         0

  Pulaski County
    Dixon                    0         0

  Pulaski County
    Ft Leonard Wood          0         0

  Pulaski County
    Waynesville              0         0

                           Numerous roads and low lying areas
                           were inundated with flash flooding.
                           Several areas were impassable to
                           motorists.

  Pulaski County
    1 E Gospel Ridge         0         0

  Pulaski County
    Ft Leonard Wood          0         0

  Phelps County
    Edgar Spgs               0         0

  Pulaski County
    Ft Leonard Wood          0         0

  Phelps County
    Duke                     0         0

  Texas County
    Licking                  0         0

  Miller County
    3 SE Iberia              0         0

                           Several bridges and low water
                           crossings along the Tavern Creek and
                           Little Tavern Creek in far southeast
                           Miller County were impassable from
                           flash flooding.

  Maries County
    8 S Brinktown            0         0

                           Several low water crossings in far
                           southwest Maries County became
                           impassable after heavy thunderstorms
                           affected the area. A section of
                           County Road 628 near Highway BB had
                           several inches of water flowing over
                           the roadway.

  Texas County
    Licking                  0         0

  Shannon County
    15 W Eminence            0         0

  Texas County
    Summersville             0         0

  Texas County
    2 E Summersville         0         0

  Shannon County
    Birch Tree               0         0

  Shannon County
    Birch Tree               0         0

  Dent County
    2 N Turtle               0         0

  Dent County
    Sligo                    0         0

                           Heavy thunderstorms caused flash
                           flooding. over a section of Highway
                           TT near the community of Sligo.

  Jasper County
    Jasper                   0         0

  Newton County
    3 S Neosho               0         0

  Newton County
    5 SW Neosho              0         0

  Newton County
    Neosho                   0         0

  Taney County
    Taneyville               0         0

  Taney County
    Protem                   0         0

  Douglas County
    7 S Ava                  0         0

  Douglas County
    5 S Ava                  0         0

  Douglas County
    7 S Ava                  0         0

  Douglas County
    Ava                      0         0

  Pulaski County
    Ft Leonard Wood          0         0

  Douglas County
    2 S Ava                  0         0

  Wright County
    Mansfield                0         0

  Texas County
    Bendavis                 0         0

  Maries County
    12 N Vienna              0         0

  Maries County
    7 S (Vih)Rolla/          0         0
    Vichy A

  Barton County
    1 W Mindenmines          0         0

  Jasper County
    2 S Asbury               0         0

  Jasper County
    4 S Jasper               0         0

                           Several trees were downed from severe
                           thunderstorm wind gusts along Highway
                           71 south of Jasper.

  Dallas County
    Louisburg                0         0

  Jasper County
    4 N Carthage             0         0

                           Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed
                           a few several trees across rural
                           central Jasper County.

  Stone County
    Lampe                    0         0

  Mcdonald County
    Anderson                 0         0

  Barry County
    Ridgley                  0         0

MONTANA, Central

  MTZ009
                             0         0

                           A high wind event occurred during the
                           morning hours of the 1st. Reported
                           wind speeds include a gust to 69 mph
                           at the Two Medicine Department of
                           Transportation site.

  MTZ050>051
                             0         0

                           An early spring storm brought winter
                           conditions to Fergus and Judith Basin
                           counties during daylight hours on the
                           9th. Reported snow fall amounts
                           include: 10 inches at Havre 23S; 6
                           inches at Hobson 6ESE and 4 inches at
                           Lewistown 8E. In addition to the heavy
                           snow, strong winds created areas of
                           blowing snow that reduced visibilities
                           to less than 100 yards at times. The
                           heavy wet snow and high winds were
                           responsible for the downing of 141
                           power poles in Blaine county resulting
                           in the interruption of power to
                           nearly 400 homes. Additionally, an
                           estimated 170 trees were either blown
                           over or had their tops broken off at
                           the Montana Gulch Campground located
                           in the Little Rocky Mountains.

  MTZ009-048
                             0         0

                           A strong Pacific weather system
                           brought brought heavy snows to the
                           Rocky Mountain Front on the 14th.
                           Reported snow fall amounts include: 8
                           inches at Rogers Pass; 6 inches at
                           Marias Pass and 4 inches at Great
                           Falls.

  MTZ012-015-050>055
                             0         0

                           A powerful spring storm brought heavy
                           snow to a wide area of Southwest
                           Montana from the 18th through the
                           afternoon of the 19th. Reported snow
                           fall amounts include: 18 inches at
                           Lewistown 11SSE; 16 inches at Lewistown
                           22S; 12 inches at Clancy 3W, 12 inches
                           at Crstal Lake, 12 inches at Rogers
                           Pass; 11 inches at Bozeman; 10 inches
                           at Lewistown 10S, 10 inches at Half
                           Moon Pass; 9 inches at Big Sky 2WNW, 9
                           inches at Lima, 9 inches at Montana
                           State University (Bozeman) and 4 inches
                           at Lewistown, Utica 11 SW and Hobson
                           16SW.

  MTZ014>015-052-
  054>055
                             0         0

                           A vigorous spring storm brought heavy
                           snow to elevations above 6000 feet in
                           Southwest Montana. Reported snow fall
                           amounts include: 7 inches at Norris
                           14W, 7 inches at Jefferson City 9W, 7
                           inches at White Sulphur Springs 40N, 7
                           inches at Bozeman 13NE; 6 inches at
                           Rimini, 6 inches at Augusta 20W; 5
                           inches at Clancy 10SE, 5 inches at
                           Jefferson City 9W and 5 inches at
                           Belgrade 14NE.

MONTANA, East

  MTZ025>026-060
                             0         0       100K

                           A strong and nearly stationary area of
                           low pressure across extreme northeast
                           Montana produced blizzard conditions
                           in the Little Rockies and Big Sheep
                           mountains, where up to 2 feet of wet
                           snow was reported across the higher
                           elevations. The snow was accompained
                           by wind gusts in excess of 70 mph which
                           produced considerable blowing and
                           drifting snow. Snow drifts of up to 6
                           feet were reported in the town of
                           Zortman, and the power was out in town
                           for about 24 hours. Many calves were
                           lost in the Little Rockies, and 100
                           year old trees were blown down due to
                           the high wind.

  MTZ016>017-
  021>023-026-059>061
                             0         0       746K

                           A strong area of low pressure across
                           the extreme northeast corner of Montana
                           produced a period of strong wind along
                           the backside of the low. Sustained
                           winds of 40 to 50 mph were common with
                           wind gusts as high as 85 mph at the
                           Zortman Mine Raws site. A total of 348
                           power poles were snapped by a
                           combination of wet snow and sleet that
                           stuck to the poles and the strong wind
                           across Phillips, McCone, Garfield, and
                           Prairie Counties. One of the harder hit
                           area was in the Little Rockies where
                           shingles blew off of several houses in
                           the town of Zortman. The Gulch
                           Campground in the Little Rockies was
                           severely impacted by the storm as an
                           estimated 170 trees of varying sizes
                           were either totally blown over or the
                           tops broken off. Other areas that were
                           particularly hard hit included Brockway
                           and Brusett where many power poles
                           snapped. Although the power was
                           restored to most areas within a couple
                           of days, a few spots remained without
                           power for nearly a week. The lack of
                           electricity made calving operations
                           difficult for many ranchers. A few of
                           the higher wind gusts included:

                           Zortman Mine Raws Site (Phillips
                           county): 85 mph

                           King Coulee Raws Site (Valley county):
                           72 mph

                           Bluff Creek Raws Site (Valley county):
                           62 mph

  MTZ016>020-
  022>025-059-061>062
                             0         0

                           An intense area of low pressure tracked
                           from central Montana into southern
                           Saskatchewan sending a strong cold
                           front across northeast Montana. Strong
                           gradient winds in the wake of a cold
                           front produced a period of strong wind
                           across much of northeast Montana during
                           the afternoon and early evening hours.
                           The strong winds uprooted a large tree
                           in Plentywood, and caused a slide in
                           camper to flip over just outside of
                           Wolf Point. Sustained winds of 40 to 49
                           mph were common with wind gusts of 58
                           to 74 mph. A few of the more impressive
                           wind gusts included:

                           Bluff Creek Raws Site (Valley county):
                           74 mph

                           Whitewater (Phillips County): 67 mph

                           Malta (Phillips County): 65 mph

                           King Coulee Raws Site (Valley County):
                           64 mph

MONTANA, South

  MTZ029-066
                             0         0

                           9 inches 5W Red Lodge (Cole Creek
                           Snotel 12-hour total); 10 inches 10S
                           Roundup

  MTZ028-034>035-
  038-041-056-063
                             0         0

                           A very moist spring storm system
                           brought abundant precipitation to South
                           Central Montana. This came both in the
                           form of rain and snow. They heaviest
                           amounts of snowfall occurred from the
                           Judith Gap area to the Beartooth
                           Mountains. Between April 18th and the
                           21st ... liquid precipitation was over
                           two inches in most areas of South
                           Central Montana. A few areas ...
                           particularly around Billings received
                           over 3 inches of liquid precipitation.
                           The Billings airport during this period
                           received 2.60 inches of liquid
                           precipitation from 19.8 inches of
                           snowfall. The following is a list of
                           the snowfall reports from this storm:

                           5 inches in Red Lodge; 11 inches in
                           Billings (7 inches of wet, heavy snow
                           fell between 6am and noon. This also
                           set a daily precipitation record with
                           0.55 inches or liquid); 8 inches in
                           Rapelje; 14 inches 14E Melville; 8
                           inches 4S Rapelje; 7 inches in Judith
                           Gap; 8 inches 7S Absarokee; 6 inches in
                           Molt, Pryor, and 10S Twodot

  MTZ056-066
                             0         0

                           8 inches 6S Roscoe; 6 inches 7S Mc
                           Leod; 8 inches in Red Lodge

  MTZ056
                             0         0

                           24 inches 5W Red Lodge (Cole Creek
                           Snotel 24-hour total)

MONTANA, West

  MTZ002-007-043
                             0         0

                           Late season winter storm averaged 6 to
                           10 inches of snow across portions of
                           Western  Montana. The heaviest snowfall
                           was recorded near Helmville with 14
                           inches and over the higher elevations
                           of Glacier National Park, where up to
                           two feet of new snow fell.

  MTZ007
                             0         0

                           Late season winter storm brought 6 to
                           13 inches of snow to the Butte/Pintlar
                           region, as well as north winds at 15 to
                           25 mph.

NEBRASKA, Central

  Custer County
    2 E Callaway             0         0

  Custer County
    5 NW Merna               0         0

  Perkins County
    2 S Venango              0         0

  Blaine County
    14 SSE Brewster          0         0

  Blaine County
    6 N Dunning              0         0        1K

  Logan County
    5 W Stapleton            0         0

  Brown County
    22 S Johnstown           0         0

  Perkins County
    1.5 S Grant              0         0        2K

                           Lightning struck a farm house and
                           damaged the phone lines as well as
                           electrical wiring to the well pump.

  Frontier County
    21 WSW Stockville        0         0

  Hayes County
    12 E Hayes Center        0         0

  Hooker County
    25 SW Mullen             0         0

  Thomas County
    7 S Seneca               0         0

  Thomas County
    5 SSE Seneca to          0         0
    7 E Seneca

  Sheridan County
    19 N Rushville           0         0

  Garden County
    30 N Lewellen            0         0

  Garden County
    37 N Oshkosh             0         0        1K

  Cherry County
    58 SSW Merriman          0         0        2K

  Grant County
    23 SW Hyannis            0         0

  Garden County
    32 NNE Lewellen          0         0

  Garden County
    41 NNE Lewellen          0         0

                           Hail covered the ground.

  Grant County
    19 SW Hyannis            0         0

  Cherry County
    59 S Merriman            0         0        1K

                           Hail covered the ground.

  Arthur County
    10 NW Arthur             0         0        5K

                           Golfball to baseball size hail covered
                           the ground and broke out windows in a
                           house.

  Cherry County
    43 SSW Cody              0         0

                           The tornado touched down in open
                           rangeland.

  Hooker County
    9 WSW Mullen             0         0

  Hooker County
    Mullen                   0         0

  Hooker County
    11 SE Mullen             0         0

  Wheeler County
    Bartlett                 0         0        1K

  Thomas County
    Seneca                   0         0

  Lincoln County
    10 NNE North Platte      0         0

  Lincoln County
    4 N North Platte         0         0

  Wheeler County
    Southeast Portion        0         0        3K

                           Over 3 inches of rain fell across
                           southeast Wheeler County as storms
                           moved slowly over the area producing
                           rapid runoff. Accumulated runoff caused
                           water to flow across Highway 281 south
                           of Bartlett. A few county roads
                           southeast of Bartlett were also
                           partially washed away due to water
                           flowing over them.

  Chase County
    3 W Champion             0         0        1K

  Perkins County
    1 S Grainton             0         0

  Lincoln County
    2 E Wallace              0         0

  Lincoln County
    North Platte to          0         0        65K
    North Platte Arpt

                           Nickel to ping pong size hail fell in
                           North Platte and eastward 2 miles to
                           the NWS office. The hail did minor
                           damage to siding and roofs on homes and
                           businesses, broke windows in a few
                           vehicles, and did body damage to
                           numerous vehicles at car dealerships on
                           the east and south sides of North
                           Platte.

  Wheeler County
    8 E Ericson              0         0

NEBRASKA, East

  Cedar County
    Hartington               0         0

  Knox County
    5 S Verdel               0         0

  Knox County
    Verdigre                 0         0

  Seward County
    6 N Utica to             0         0
    9 N Utica

                           Thunderstorm wind gusts that were
                           estimated at 60 mph downed some 3 to 4
                           inch tree limbs north of Utica.

  Butler County
    Linwood                  0         0

                           Thunderstorm wind gusts were estimated
                           at 60 mph by a trained weather spotter.

  Colfax County
    1 N Schuyler             0         0

  Dodge County
    10 N North Bend          0         0

                           Thunderstorm wind gusts were estimated
                           at 60 mph by a trained weather spotter.

  Cuming County
    3 SE West Pt             0         0

  Cuming County
    West Pt                  0         0

                           Thunderstorm wind gusts estimated at 60
                           mph blew down a few trees and caused
                           isolated power outages in town.

  Lancaster County
    1 NW Lincoln             0         0

  Lancaster County
    2 W Lincoln              0         0

  Jefferson County
    3 W Plymouth             0         0

                           Dime to nickel size hail covered
                           Highway 4 near town.

  Saline County
    Crete                    0         0

                           Dime to nickel size hail on the
                           northwest side of town.

  Lancaster County
    1 N Raymond              0         0

  Lancaster County
    2 NW Denton              0         0

  Seward County
    5 S Pleasant Dale        0         0

  Saline County
    3 N Crete                0         0

  Saline County
    3 NNE Crete              0         0

  Seward County
    Pleasant Dale            0         0

  Seward County
    5 S Pleasant Dale        0         0

                           Hail up to 1.25 inches in diameter
                           covered Highway 103 south of town.

  Lancaster County
    Emerald                  0         0

  Saunders County
    3 SW Weston              0         0

                           Dime to nickel size hail was reported
                           south to southwest of Weston.

  Douglas County
    Omaha                    0         0

                           Near Harney and 1480.

  Otoe County
    3 E Syracuse             0         0

  Douglas County
    Omaha                    0         0

                           Near Cuming and 43rd Streets.

  Sarpy County
    Papillion                0         0

  Otoe County
    2 W Dunbar               0         0

  Douglas County
    Omaha                    0         0

                           Near 72nd and State Streets.

  Gage County
    2 W Odell to             0         0
    Odell

                           Hail up to 1.5 inches in diameter fell
                           in and just west of Odell.

  Jefferson County
    5 E Steele City          0         0

  Sarpy County
    Papillion                0         0

  Gage County
    1 E Wymore               0         0

  Douglas County
    Omaha                    0         0

                           Near 90th and Fort Streets.

  Gage County
    3 W Odell                0         0

                           The hail covered Highway 8 and the
                           resultant slick roads caused a few
                           accidents.

  Cass County
    1 W Weeping Water        0         0

  Saunders County
    Colon                    0         0

  Saunders County
    8 ENE Cedar Bluffs       0         0

  Butler County
    2 W Rising City          0         0

  Dodge County
    Fremont                  0         0

  Dodge County
    1 E Nickerson            0         0

  Seward County
    2 N Utica                0         0

  Seward County
    5 NW Staplehurst         0         0

  Saunders County
    10 WSW Wahoo             0         0

  Saline County
    1 SW Tobias              0         0

  Saunders County
    Valparaiso               0         0

  Saunders County
    Ceresco                  0         0

  Saunders County
    2 SW Weston to           0         0
    Weston

                           Hail up to nickel size was reported in
                           and just southwest of Weston.

  Saline County
    1 SW Tobias              0         0

  Saline County
    Western                  0         0

  Saline County
    1 E Tobias               0         0

  Saline County
    5 SW Wilber              0         0

  Saline County
    1 N Swanton              0         0

  Saunders County
    Wahoo                    0         0

  Jefferson County
    2 W Daykin               0         0

  Saline County
    1 SW Tobias              0         0

  Gage County
    6 W Beatrice             0         0

                           Law enforcement estimated thunderstorm
                           winds gusted over 60 mph west of
                           Beatrice. The winds caused some tree
                           damage near town.

  Gage County
    6 W Beatrice             0         0

                           One inch hail was reported along with
                           Thunderstorm wind gusts estimated at
                           over 60 mph.

  Washington County
    3 NE Kennard             0         0

  Gage County
    2 W Wymore to            0         0
    Wymore

                           Hail up to 1 inch in diameter was
                           reported in Wymore and just west of
                           town.

  Lancaster County
    3 N Malcolm              0         0

  Saline County
    Countywide               0         0

                           Minor lowland flooding was reported
                           along small creeks and county roads due
                           to rainfall of 2 to 4 inches that fell
                           across the county.

  Cass County
    Plattsmouth              0         0

  Colfax County
    2 E Clarkson             0         0

                           Hail up to 1.25 inches in diameter
                           covered the ground near Clarkson.

  Stanton County
    15 SSE Stanton           0         0

  Antelope County
    6 W Elgin                0         0

  Antelope County
    5 W Elgin                0         0

  Antelope County
    Elgin                    0         0

  Antelope County
    8 W Elgin to             0         0
    Elgin

                           Golfball size hail was reported from
                           Elgin to 8 miles west of town.

  Boone County
    6 N Albion               0         0

  Antelope County
    7 SSE Oakdale            0         0

  Antelope County
    7 W Elgin                0         0

                           Heavy rainfall from thunderstorms that
                           persisted over Antelope county for
                           several hours caused flash flooding
                           west of Elgin where water was reported
                           over highway 70 as high as the hood of
                           a car. There were unofficial reports
                           that 6 to 8 inches of rain fell 6 to 10
                           miles west of Elgin. The highway was
                           closed for several hours as flood
                           waters rushed over it. As the flood
                           waters receeded, a significant amount
                           of standing water persisted for a few
                           days around the Elgin area.

  Madison County
    Meadow Grove             0         0

  Boone County
    2 N Albion               0         0

  Pierce County
    Hadar                    0         0

  Lancaster County
    2 NW Raymond             0         0

  Sarpy County
    1 N La Platte            0         0

  Boone County
    10 S Albion              0         0

  Boone County
    10 S Albion              0         0

                           Heavy rain fell on saturated ground and
                           caused flash flooding across a few
                           county roads south of Albion.

  Boone County
    4 W St Edward            0         0

  Boone County
    3 S Albion               0         0

  Gage County
    3 S Adams                0         0

  Saline County
    Western                  0         0

  Saline County
    Swanton                  0         0

  Gage County
    Adams                    0         0

  Pawnee County
    4 N Table Rock           0         0

  Johnson County
    Sterling                 0         0

                           Hail up to 1.5 inches in diameter fell
                           for several minutes in the Sterling
                           area.

  Nemaha County
    2 W Johnson              0         0

  Johnson County
    4 W Cook                 0         0

  Nemalta County
    11 W Auburn              0         0

  Johnson County
    5 NE Sterling            0         0

  Otoe County
    6 S Syracuse             0         0

  Gage County
    Cortland                 0         0

  Johnson County
    5 SW Cook                0         0

  Otoe County
    5 E Syracuse             0         0

  Cass County
    Eagle                    0         0

  Johnson County
    2 W Cook                 0         0

  Lancaster County
    2 NE Waverly             0         0

  Gage County
    Adams                    0         0

  Lancaster County
    1 E Lincoln to           0         0
    1 NE Lincoln

                           Hail up to nickel size was reported
                           just east and northeast of Lincoln.

  Johnson County
    Cook                     0         0

  Saunders County
    3 W Ashland              0         0

  Otoe County
    Syracuse                 0         0

                           Quarter size hail filled ditches 6
                           inches deep in town.

  Cass County
    2 SE Elmwood             0         0

  Johnson County
    Cook                     0         0

  Otoe County
    5 SW Nebraska City       0         0

  Otoe County
    1 W Talmage              0         0

  Cass County
    1 SW Weeping Water       0         0

  Otoe County
    5 E Syracuse             0         0

  Otoe County
    4 S Nebraska City to     0         0
    Nebraska City

                           Hail up to walnut size caused damage to
                           vehicles and trees in Nebraska City and
                           several miles west through south of
                           town. The hail was accompanied by heavy
                           rain that caused some street flooding
                           in town.

  Otoe County
    Nebraska City            0         0

                           Heavy rain that fell in less than 1
                           hour caused extensive street flooding
                           in Nebraska City.

  Otoe County
    Lorton                   0         0

                           Hail up to 1.5 inches in diameter
                           caused some tree and vehicle damage in
                           Lorton. The hail piled up a foot deep
                           in spots and snowplows were used to
                           clear some roads in the area.

  Otoe County
    Countywide               0         0

                           Rainfall of around 2 inches and
                           significant amounts of hail fell at the
                           same time across parts of the county.
                           The hail clogged several culverts which
                           resulted in rural flooding over several
                           county roads near tributaries of the
                           Little Nemaha River.

NEBRASKA, Extreme Northeast

  Dakota County
    Jackson                  0         0

  Dakota County
    South Sioux City         0         0

                           Runoff from heavy rain caused street
                           flooding, including water covering a
                           large part of Dakota Avenue.

NEBRASKA, Extreme Southwest

  NEZ079>080
                             0         0

                           Strong gradient winds developed at the
                           surface resulting in sustained winds of
                           40 mph with gusts of 55 to 60 mph over
                           SW Nebraska.

  Dundy County
    4 W Haigler              0         0

NEBRASKA, South Central

  Adams County
    Hastings                 0         0         0         0

  Hamilton County
    1 NW Aurora              0         0         0         0

  Merrick County
    Central City             0         0         0         0

  Clay County
    6 SE Clay Center         0         0        10K        0

                           Sunrise thunderstorms dropped hail
                           along State Highway 14 from Clay Center
                           to Central City, including penny size
                           hail covering the ground just north of
                           Aurora.

  York County
    York                     0         0       100K        0

  York County
    York                     0         0        1M         0

  York County
    1 NE York                0         0         0         0

  York County
    4 W Waco                 0         0         0         0

  York County
    3 W Waco                 0         0         0         0

  Fillmore County
    5 N Fairmont             0         0         0         0

  Hamilton County
    7 NE Stockham            0         0         0         0

  York County
    5 NE Mc Cool Jct         0         0         0         0

  York County
    5 S Waco                 0         0         0         0

  Fillmore County
    5 W Grafton              0         0       100K        0

  Fillmore County
    3 W Grafton              0         0         0         0

  Fillmore County
    4 W Grafton to           0         0         0         0
    3.5 W Grafton

                           A tornado in far northwest Fillmore
                           County knocked over an irrigation
                           center pivot on its short path.

  York County
    3 W Lushton              0         0         0         0

  York County
    York                     0         0       100K        0

  York County
    1 S Lushton              0         0         0         0

                           A brief tornado was reported by local
                           law enforcement near Lushton in
                           southwest York County. No damage was
                           reported.

  Fillmore County
    4 N Geneva               0         0       100K        0

  Fillmore County
    Exeter                   0         0         0         0

  Fillmore County
    Geneva                   0         0       1.5M        0

  York County
    Waco                     0         0       100K        0

  Fillmore County
    3 S Geneva               0         1       100K        0

                           Baseball size hail pounded the vehicle
                           of the Fillmore County Emergency
                           Manager. The windshield was shattered
                           and glass flew into the eyes of the
                           Emergency Manager. He was able to drive
                           to the local hospital to receive
                           treatment and was released.

  Fillmore County
    4 E Shickley             0         0       100K        0

  Fillmore County
    Strang                   0         0       100K        0

  Nuckolls County
    3 W Ruskin               0         0        25K        0

  Polk County
    7 S Shelby               0         0        50K        0

  Fillmore County
    4 W Ohiowa               0         0       250K        0

  Thayer County
    5 W Bruning              0         0         0         0

  Thayer County
    Bruning                  0         0       250K        0

  Thayer County
    3 E Belvidere            0         0         0         0

  Nuckolls County
    3 N Hardy                0         0        25K        0

  Thayer County
    Gilead                   0         0         0         0

  Nuckolls County
    1 W Ruskin               0         0         0         0

  Thayer County
    Deshler                  0         0         0         0

  Nuckolls County
    Ruskin                   0         0       250K        0

  Thayer County
    4 W Chester              0         0         0         0

  Thayer County
    4 W Chester              0         0         0         0

                           A wild night of weather became the
                           first major severe weather event of the
                           season in south central Nebraska.
                           Severe thunderstorms were responsible
                           for tornadoes, very large hail and
                           flash flooding, mainly east of Columbus
                           to Hastings line.

                           Fillmore County was hardest hit.
                           A tornado in the northwest corner
                           of the county damaged a center pivot.
                           The county Emergency Manager was
                           injured by flying glass after baseball
                           sized hail pummeled his vehicles'
                           windshield. He was treated and released
                           from the hospital that evening. The
                           hail hammered much of the county over
                           the course of 3 to 4 hours. Geneva
                           sustained some of the more widespread
                           property damage. Damage in Fillmore
                           County totaled in the millions. In
                           York County, a tornado was reported
                           south of Lushton, but not damaged was
                           noted. Drifts of golf ball size hail
                           and heavy rain pounded York County as
                           well.

                           Flash flooding was reported in York and
                           Polk counties. In York County, the
                           underpass north of downtown was full
                           of water and the Beaver Creek Trails
                           on the west side of town flooded. In
                           Polk County, there were several roads
                           reported under water around 8 pm in
                           eastern sections of the county. Heavy
                           rain of 1 to 3 inches in eastern
                           Nuckolls County caused damage to
                           county roads around Ruskin and Hardy.

  Nuckolls County
    Superior                 0         0         0         0

  Nuckolls County
    Nelson                   0         0         0         0

  Thayer County
    2 N Hebron               0         0         0         0

  Clay County
    4 E Clay Center          0         0         0         0

  Hamilton County
    Stockham                 0         0         0         0

  Hamilton County
    Phillips                 0         0       100K        0

  Merrick County
    4 SW Chapman             0         0       100K        0

  Merrick County
    1 SW Palmer              0         0        25K        0

  Nance County
    2 N Fullerton            0         0         0         0

  Greeley County
    7 N Wolbach              0         0        25K      100K

                           Scattered severe thunderstorms rumbled
                           across a section of south central
                           Nebraska, along and east of U.S.
                           Highway 281 in the evening and
                           overnight. Two inch in diameter hail
                           was reported southwest of Chapman in
                           Merrick County and golf ball size was
                           reported by trained spotters at
                           Phillips in Hamilton County. One
                           severe thunderstorm with golf ball
                           size hail flattened a one foot high
                           alfalfa field north of Wolbach. The
                           hail covered the ground, and
                           literally pulverized the alfalfa
                           right down to the ground.

  Greeley County
    4 NW Greeley             0         0         0         0

  Greeley County
    14 N Greeley             0         0         0         0

  Nance County
    3 N Fullerton            0         0         0         0

                           Isolated severe thunderstorms rumbled
                           north of Nebraska State Highway 92 on
                           the afternoon of April 21 st, and
                           dropped penny to slightly larger than
                           quarter size hail.

NEBRASKA, West

  Morrill County
    12 SE Bridgeport         0         0

  Cheyenne County
    Sidney                   0         0

                           Nickel to golfball-sized hail reported.

  Scotts Bluff County
    16 ENE Scottsbluff       0         0

  Cheyenne County
    Sidney                   0         0

  Box Butte County
    22 WSW Alliance          0         0

Location                   Character of Storm

MAINE, North

  MEZ004-010-031
                           Flood

                           Low pressure tracking slowly north
                           across New England to the Saint
                           Lawrence River Valley brought heavy
                           rains to the region. Event rainfall
                           totals generally ranged from 1.50 to
                           2.50 inches ... with localized totals
                           to around 3.00 inches across terrain
                           enhanced areas. Water levels on rivers
                           and streams were still elevated from a
                           heavy rain event less than a week
                           before which had led to flooding. The
                           combination of already elevated water
                           levels ... heavy rain ... snow melt and
                           lingering river ice contributed to new
                           flooding with this event.

                           Flooding initially developed along the
                           Piscataquis River ... Kingsbury Stream
                           and Pleasant River where several roads
                           were closed. The elevated river levels
                           caused the remaining river ice to move
                           and jam resulting in ice jams across
                           the region. Ice jams were reported on
                           the Piscataquis River ... Sebec River
                           ... Pleasant River and Kingsbury Stream.

  MEZ005-011-015
                           Flood

                           Low pressure tracking slowly north
                           across New England to the Saint
                           Lawrence River Valley brought heavy
                           rains to the region. Event rainfall
                           totals generally ranged from 1.00 to
                           2.50 inches. Water levels on rivers and
                           streams were still elevated from a
                           heavy rain event less than a week
                           before which had led to flooding. The
                           combination of already elevated water
                           levels ... heavy rains ... snow melt
                           and lingering river ice contributed to
                           new flooding with this event.

                           An ice jam developed along the East
                           Branch of the Penobscot River near the
                           town of Grindstone along Route 11. This
                           caused flooding of Route 11 from 5
                           miles north of Grindstone to 5 miles
                           south of Grindstone ... resulting in
                           the closure of this 10 mile stretch of
                           road. Several homes were also evacuated
                           in this area due to the rising waters.
                           Lesser flooding of smaller rivers and
                           streams was also reported across the
                           rest of the county ... especially along
                           portions of the Mattawamkeag River.

  MEZ001>002-006
                           Flood

                           A combination of heavy late winter
                           snows ... several heavy rain events and
                           thick extensive ice on area rivers and
                           streams set the stage for a prolonged
                           ice jam event across Aroostook county.
                           Rising river levels due to a
                           combination of heavy rain and snowmelt
                           caused river ice to begin to move and
                           jam in early April.

                           An ice jam developed on the Aroostook
                           River between Caribou and Fort
                           Fairfield during the night of the 6th
                           causing the river to overflow ...
                           resulting in the closure of a road
                           along the Caribou - Fort Fairfield town
                           line. Elevated waters from this ice jam
                           backed up into several brooks and
                           streams entering the Aroostook River
                           near the point of the ice jam causing
                           them to overflow their banks and
                           threaten other roads.

                           Another ice jam developed along the
                           Aroostook River ... upriver of the
                           Caribou dam during the morning of the
                           7th. River levels rose quickly in the
                           vicinity of the ice jam leading to
                           flooding near the town of Parkhurst and
                           along several roads bordering the
                           river. During the night of the 7th ...
                           ice began to move on the Saint John
                           River near Big Rapids and Dickey. Ice
                           also began to move on the Allagash
                           river ... which feeds into the Saint
                           John River near Dickey. Water levels on
                           the Saint John and Allagash rivers ...
                           along with tributary streams and brooks
                           ... continued to rise through the
                           night. This produced continued ice
                           movement and jamming.

                           The ice jam on the Saint John River in
                           the vicinity of Big Rapids and Dickey
                           continued to grow during the 8th with
                           ice accumulating to depths of 30 feet
                           in spots. Ice jams continued to produce
                           rapid fluctuations across the Saint
                           John ... Allagash and Aroostook river
                           basins during the 8th along both
                           mainstem rivers and smaller streams and
                           brooks. Another ice jam developed on
                           the Saint John River between the towns
                           of Grand Isle and Lille with continuing
                           increases in river levels. Along the
                           Aroostook River ... ice jammed against
                           the Route IA bridge at Fort Fairfield
                           where rising water levels closed the
                           road for a time in the vicinity of the
                           bridge.

                           Melting snow continued to supply water
                           to area rivers during the 9th and 10th.
                           The Saint John river continued to rise
                           in the vicinity of Grand Isle and Lille
                           ... with the river spilling over onto
                           surrounding low lying agricultural
                           lands in spots during the morning of the
                           9th. Elevated levels on the Aroostook
                           River in the vicinity of Fort Fairfield
                           continued to affect roads near the
                           river. Other ice jams were scattered
                           along the length of the Aroostook River
                           leading to localized lowland flooding
                           which affected some roads bordering the
                           river. Along the Aroostook River ... in
                           the vicinity of Washburn ... low lying
                           areas of the town park and boat launch
                           were flooded ... with a portion of
                           Route 164 near the river closed due to
                           flooding. The Aroostook river briefly
                           exceeded the flood stage at the
                           Washburn forecast point. Flood stage at
                           Washburn is 14.0 feet and the river
                           briefly crested at 14.1 feet during an
                           ice jam on the 9th. The ice jam on the
                           Saint John River near Dickey and Big
                           Rapids remained active resulting in the
                           flooding of a private road which cut
                           off access to several homes.

                           A 2 mile long ice jam on the Aroostook
                           River in the vicinity of Fort Fairfield
                           continued to produce elevated river
                           levels with spillover onto low lying
                           lands and roads bordering the river.
                           Ice jams persisted across the Saint
                           John ... Allagash and Aroostook River
                           basins on both mainstem rivers and
                           smaller streams and brooks. Many towns
                           and roads were affected by elevated
                           water levels due to ice jams. The ice
                           jam near the Caribou dam finally
                           released and moved downriver toward the
                           Fort Fairfield ice jam during the night
                           of the 10th leading to occasional
                           flooding between Caribou and Fort
                           Fairfield.

                           Ice jams persisted on rivers and
                           streams across northern Aroostook
                           county during the 11th. A three mile
                           ice jam existed on the Aroostook River
                           near Fort Fairfield. Ice jams persisted
                           along the length of the Saint John
                           River from near Nine Mile Bridge in
                           northwest Aroostook county to Van Buren
                           in northeast Aroostook county along the
                           border of Maine and New Brunswick. The
                           ice jam on the Saint John River in the
                           vicinity of Dickey and Big Rapids had
                           grown to nearly 12 miles in length ...
                           with ice piled 30 feet deep in spots.
                           Reports of bridge damage and closures
                           from the North Maine woods began to be
                           received during the morning of the 11th
                           due to ice damage along both the Saint
                           John River and Allagash Rivers.
                           Flooding of low lying agricultural land
                           persisted along portions of the Saint
                           John and Aroostook rivers with sections
                           of some roads remaining closed due to
                           flooding.

                           Ice continued to move and jam during
                           the 12th with snowmelt contributing to
                           further increases on rivers and streams
                           ... with numerous reports of ice jam
                           flooding on both mainstem rivers along
                           with smaller streams and brooks.
                           Another ice jam developed near the
                           mouth of the Saint Francis River where
                           it feeds into the Saint John River
                           ... where an extensive ice jam still
                           existed. The ice jam on the Saint
                           Francis River led to flooding of
                           surrounding low lying areas but did not
                           threaten roads or homes. Flooding of
                           low lying agricultural land persisted
                           along the Saint John River From Grand
                           Isle to Van Buren.

                           Ice continued to move and jam across
                           the region during the 13th. River
                           levels finally began to recede during
                           the 14th leaving much of the ice either
                           grounded on river banks or along river
                           bottoms. During the 14th much of the
                           remaining flooding was confined to low
                           lying agricultural land bordering
                           rivers and streams. Ice jams persisted
                           through much of the next week ...
                           particularly along portions of the
                           Saint John river and Allagash river.
                           However ... the ice continued to decay
                           with the rivers the cutting paths
                           through the remaining ice with
                           ice also continuing to flush through
                           the rivers. River and lake levels
                           remained elevated enough to continue
                           spilling over onto some low lying
                           agricultural lands during this time.
                           Much of the remaining ice was finally
                           flushed through the river systems
                           from the 20th to the 22nd ... with
                           other ice left grounded on the river
                           banks to slowly melt. The ice jam on
                           the Saint John River in the vicinity
                           of Dickey and Big Rapids was considered
                           one of the worst in decades.

  MEZ004-010-031
                           Flood

                           Another in a series of heavy rain
                           producing storms brought 1.50 to 2.50
                           inches of rain to the region ... with
                           local totals to around 3.00 inches in
                           terrain enhanced areas. This heavy rain
                           falling on soil already saturated from
                           snow melt and several weeks of rain
                           produced rapid run-off into already
                           elevated rivers and streams. Rivers and
                           streams responded quickly to the heavy
                           rains causing many to overflow their
                           banks flooding low lying areas and
                           causing the closure of some roads and
                           bridges. The smaller rivers and streams
                           responded initially.... with mainstem
                           river flooding developing shortly
                           thereafter.

                           The Piscataquis River at Dover-Foxcroft
                           exceeded flood stage of 11.0 feet
                           during the morning of the 25th ...
                           cresting at around 12.0 feet that
                           evening ... then falling back below
                           flood stage during early morning hours
                           of the 26th. This flooding.... along
                           with flooding on the Pleasant River
                           and Kingsbury Stream ... led to road
                           closures around Guilford ...
                           Dover-Foxcroft and Brownville
                           Junction. The elevated waters
                           of the Piscataquis River tore
                           the Howland town docks from their
                           moorings and washed them downriver.
                           Water levels began to gradually recede
                           during the night of the 25th ...
                           with diminishing flooding ...
                           though river levels remained elevated.

  MEZ005-011-015
                           Flood

                           Another in a series of heavy rain
                           producing storms brought 1.00 to 2.00
                           inches of rain to the region ... with
                           locally higher totals. This heavy rain
                           falling on soil already saturated from
                           snow melt and several weeks of rain
                           produced rapid run-off into already
                           elevated rivers and streams. Rivers and
                           streams responded quickly to the heavy
                           rains causing many to overflow their
                           banks flooding low lying areas and
                           causing the closure of some roads and
                           bridges. The smaller rivers and streams
                           responded initially ... with the
                           mainstem rivers then rising shortly
                           thereafter.

                           The East Branch of the Penobscot River
                           overflowed in the vicinity of
                           Grindstone flooding portions of Route
                           11 ... which had to be closed for a
                           time. Other ... mainly lesser ... small
                           stream flooding reported was across the
                           rest of the county. Flooding diminished
                           during the early morning hours
                           of the 26th.

  MEZ001>002-
  005>006-011-
  015>016-029
                           Flood

                           Yet another low pressure system brought
                           abundant moisture and heavy
                           precipitation to the region ... shortly
                           after the previous system. The
                           storm brought heavy rain to the region
                           from the night of the 27th to the 28th.
                           Event rainfall totals of 1.50 to 3.00
                           inches were common across the region
                           ... with local totals in excess of 4.00
                           inches. The heaviest rains ...
                           exceeding 4.00 inches in spots ...
                           occurred across portions of Hancock
                           county. Some of the heavier rain totals
                           were also reported across terrain
                           enhanced are of Penobscot county.
                           Rivers and streams had little time to
                           recover from the previous heavy rains
                           occurring just shortly before this
                           event. These most recent heavy rains
                           ... combined with a month of snow melt
                           and several previous heavy rain events
                           ... caused rivers and streams to rise
                           rapidly from already elevated levels.
                           Across Aroostook county ... melting
                           snow provided additional water
                           particularly to the Saint John River
                           and tributaries. In addition ... water
                           releases from dams in preparation for
                           this event led to flooding along some
                           smaller rivers and streams before the
                           rains even began across portions of
                           Penobscot and Hancock counties.
                           Elevated lake levels caused increased
                           flows on streams and rivers draining
                           the lakes which also contributed to
                           flooding of roads and basements.

                           Rivers and streams rose rapidly in
                           response to the heavy rains. Reports of
                           lowland flooding and road closures
                           begain to be received during the
                           morning of the 28th. Across the North
                           Maine woods of northwest Aroostook
                           county many small streams and brooks
                           were reported over their banks leading
                           to flooding of many roads ... leading
                           to travel restrictions in that area.
                           The elevated water the Fish River in
                           northern Aroostook county contributed
                           to the flooding of some basements from
                           the vicinity of Soldier Pond to Fort
                           Kent. Elevated lake levels also flooded
                           camps and homes bordering the lakes.
                           The Saint John ... Allagash and
                           Aroostook Rivers of northern Aroostook
                           county were very elevated ... but
                           generally remained below flood stage
                           with the exception of some spillover
                           onto low lying agricultural land.

                           Across Penobscot county ... many
                           reports of lowland flooding were
                           received along with some road closures.
                           A portion of Route 11 was again closed
                           due to flooding in the vicinity of
                           Grindstone. Flooding was also reported
                           along the Millinocket Stream in
                           Millinocket. Around 250 people in
                           Millinocket were cut off from their
                           homes for a time due to flooding ...
                           requiring a school bus to provide
                           access across flooded roads. Around a
                           dozen homes on Route 2 near Milford
                           were surrounded by water ... with
                           several roads closed ... due to the
                           elevated Penobscot River. The Penobscot
                           River also spilled over onto the
                           parking lots of several businesses in
                           Old Town. The initial flooding was
                           reported along the smaller tributary
                           streams and rivers of the mainstem
                           Penobscot River. The Penobscot River
                           exceeded flood stage at both the West
                           Enfield and Eddington forecast points.
                           The flood stage at both West Enfield
                           and Eddington is 18.0 feet. Flood stage
                           at West Enfield was exceeded during the
                           early morning hours of the 29th ...
                           cresting at nearly 20.0 feet later that
                           night ... then falling back below flood
                           stage during the early morning hours of
                           May Flood stage at Eddington was
                           exceeded during the early morning hours
                           of the 30th ... cresting at around 18.5
                           feet that evening ... then falling back
                           below flood stage during the evening of
                           May 1st.

                           Across Hancock county lowland flooding
                           and road closures were common
                           particularly across the Blue Hill
                           peninsula and in Ellsworth along the
                           Union River.

  MEZ003>004-010-031
                           Flood

                           Yet another low pressure system brought
                           abundant moisture and heavy
                           precipitation to the region ... shortly
                           after the previous system. The storm
                           brought heavy rain to the region from
                           the night of the 27th to the 28th.
                           Event rainfall totals of 1.50 inches to
                           3.50 inches occurred across the region ...
                           with the higher totals generally
                           occuring across terrain enhanced areas
                           of Piscataquis county. Rivers and
                           streams had little time to recover from
                           the previous heavy rain event occurring
                           just shortly before this event. These
                           most recent rains ... combined with a
                           month of snow melt and several previous
                           heavy rain events ... caused rivers and
                           streams to rise rapidly from already
                           elevated levels. Across northern
                           Somerset county ... melting snow
                           provided additional water particularly
                           to the Saint John River and its
                           tributaries.

                           Rivers and streams rose rapidly in
                           response to the heavy rains. Reports of
                           low land flooding and road closures
                           began to be received during the morning
                           of the 28th. Across the North Maine
                           woods of northern Somerset county many
                           small streams and brooks were reported
                           over their banks leading to flooding of
                           many roads ... leading to travel
                           restrictions there. Across Piscataquis
                           county ... many reports of small river and
                           stream flooding were initially
                           reported. The Pleasant River road was
                           closed between Milo and Brownville due
                           to a washout. The Back Abbot Road was
                           also closed in the vicinity of
                           Kingsbury Stream. Many other roads
                           across the county were also closed due
                           to flooding. Much of the initial
                           flooding was reported along the smaller
                           tributary streams and rivers of the
                           mainstem Piscataquis River. The
                           Piscataquis river did excceed flood
                           stage at the Dover - Foxcroft forecast
                           point. Flood stage at Dover - Foxcroft
                           is 11.0 feet. Flood Stage at Dover -
                           Foxcroft was exceeded during the
                           evening of the 28th ... cresting at
                           around 11.2 feet several hours later
                           ... then falling back below flood stage
                           during the morning of the 29th.

  MEZ017-030-032
                           Flood

                           Yet another low pressure system brought
                           abundant moisture and heavy
                           precipitation to the region ... shortly
                           after the previous system. The storm
                           brought heavy rain to the region from
                           the night of the 27th to the 28th.
                           Event rainfall totals of 1.50 to 3.00
                           inches were common across the region ...
                           with local totals in excess of 4.00
                           inches. Rivers and streams had little
                           time to recover from the previous heavy
                           rain event occurring just shortly
                           before this event. These most recent
                           heavy rains ... combined with a month
                           of snow melt and several previous heavy
                           rain events ... caused rivers and
                           streams to rise rapidly from already
                           elevated levels.

                           Rivers and streams rose rapidly in
                           response to the heavy rains. Reports of
                           lowland flooding and road closures
                           began to be received during the morning
                           of the 28th. Areas of flooding
                           continued to be reported through the
                           30th ... with water levels then
                           receding during the early morning hours
                           of May 1st.

  MEZ001
                           Heavy Snow

                           Cold air wrapping around exiting low
                           pressure changed rain to snow across
                           northwest Aroostook county. The result
                           was a late season snow event which
                           produced 5 to 10 inches of heavy wet
                           snow. The heavy wet snow accumulating
                           on tree branches weighed down the
                           branches causing then to contact power
                           lines or snap and fall onto power lines
                           ... contributing to power outages.
                           Around 3500 customers lost power at
                           various times during this event.

MAINE, South

                           NOT RECEIVED.

MARYLAND, Central

                           NOT RECEIVED.

MARYLAND, Northeast

  Kent County
    2 E Chestertown        Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

  Queen Anne'S County
    3 W Mc Ginnis          Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

                           A severe thunderstorm knocked down
                           several trees along the Kent and Queen
                           Anne's County border near Chestertown
                           (Kent County) and Kings Town (Queen
                           Anne's County).

  MDZ008
                           Flood

                           The combination of heavy rain on the
                           2nd and snowmelt runoff from northern
                           locations in the Susquehanna Basin
                           caused flooding along the Susquehanna
                           River from April 3rd through the 6th.
                           Rain began falling late in the evening
                           on April 1st and fell at its heaviest
                           during the day on the 2nd. The rain did
                           not end until around sunrise on April
                           3rd. Doppler radar storm total
                           estimates averaged around three inches
                           and caused poor drainage flooding. The
                           runoff led to the Susquehanna River at
                           Conowingo flooding (flood stage 23.5
                           feet) from 1050 a.m. EDT on the 3rd
                           through 1030 a.m. EDT on the 6th. It
                           crested 26.7 feet 945 a.m. EDT on the
                           4th. Flooding occurred at the north end
                           of Port Deposit.

                           The heavy rain was caused by a low
                           pressure system that moved from the
                           southern Gulf Coast States on the
                           morning of April 1st northeast to the
                           eastern Tennessee Valley during the
                           evening of the 1st, to far western
                           Virginia just after Midnight EST on the
                           2nd into central Virginia at 7 a.m. EST
                           on the 2nd, near Washington D.C. at 1
                           p.m. EST on the 2nd, near Lancaster,
                           Pennsylvania at 7 p.m. EST on the 2nd,
                           near Scranton, Pennsylvania at 2 a.m.
                           EDT on the 3rd, over the Finger Lakes
                           in New York at 8 a.m. EDT on the 3rd
                           and into eastern Lake Ontario at 2 p.m.
                           EDT on the 3rd. The strong southeast
                           flow preceding the low pressure system
                           was able to entrain Atlantic Ocean
                           moisture in addition to the Gulf of
                           Mexico moisture into the system. The
                           southeast flow also was ideal for
                           orographic lifting in the upper part of
                           the Susquehanna Basin. The flooding was
                           exacerbated by the already wet soil
                           conditions due to heavy rain on both
                           March 23rd and 28th.

MARYLAND, South

  Dorchester County
    7 S Hurlock            Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           Mobile home on Bailey Store Road pushed
                           2 feet off foundation. Water service
                           line broken.

MARYLAND, West

  MDZ001
                           Heavy Snow

                           Surface low pressure passed over
                           Huntington, WV. Then it intensified and
                           moved into northeastern Pennsylvania.
                           Heavy snow started on the northwest
                           side of the storm by 1130 PM on 2nd.
                           Oakland reached 6 inches of snow by 10
                           AM on 3rd.

MASSACHUSETTS, Central and East

                           NONE REPORTED.

MASSACHUSETTS, West

                           NONE REPORTED.

MICHIGAN, East

  MIZ047>048-
  053>055-060>063-
  069>070
                           Winter Storm

                           A powerful spring storm tracked across
                           the Ohio Valley on Friday the 22nd, and
                           into the Eastern Great Lakes on the
                           23rd. The storm then deepened as it
                           slowly backed west toward Lake Huron on
                           the 24th.

                           This intense area of low
                           pressure dumped heavy snow along and
                           north of M-59, as well as producing
                           frequent wind gusts to 30 mph. Final
                           snowfall accumulations were generally
                           in the 6 to 12 inch range, with
                           slightly higher accumulations over the
                           higher terrain along and just south of
                           I-69. It should be noted considerable
                           melting occurred due to the warm ground
                           and air temperatures at or slightly
                           above freezing through the event. The
                           combination of heavy wet snow and
                           strong winds lead to numerous reports
                           of trees and tree limbs down, which
                           resulted in power outages.

                           Here are some of the higher snowfall reports
                           received from each county:
                           Bay City (Bay), 5.0 inches
                           Grand Blanc (Genesee), 13.0 inches
                           Dryden (Lapeer), 14.4 inches
                           Richmond (Macomb), 11.3 inches
                           Midland (Midland), 5.0 inches
                           White Lake NWS (Oakland), 15.0 inches
                           Saginaw (Saginaw), 6.0 inches
                           Brown City (Sanilac), 11.0 inches
                           Capac (St Clair), 14.0 inches
                           Fairgrove (Tuscola), 6.0 inches

  MIZ049
                           Blizzard

                           Heavy snowfall up to 12 inches combined
                           with wind gusts to 45 mph created
                           blizzard conditions over Huron County.
                           Blowing and drifting snow lead to snow
                           drifts as high as 4 feet.

MICHIGAN, Extreme Southwest

                           NONE REPORTED.

MICHIGAN, North

  MIZ034
                           Wildfire

                           A long period of warm and dry weather
                           affected northern Michigan from the end
                           of March through mid April. Once the
                           spring melt was completed, the fire
                           danger rapidly increased. A number of
                           wildfires developed in northern Lower
                           Michigan in mid April. By far the
                           largest occurred in Nester Township in
                           Roscommon County, south of Prudenville.
                           This fire (of unknown origin) started
                           on the afternoon of the 16th, and
                           burned over 1500 acres before it was
                           gradually brought under control over
                           the next several days. There was no
                           known structural damage, though sixteen
                           to twenty homes in the area were
                           evacuated.

  MIZ018-022-024-
  029>030
                           Heavy Snow

                           A strong upper level disturbance sat
                           over the Great Lakes region from the
                           23rd through the 25th. This brought an
                           extended period of rain and wet snow to
                           the region. Accumulating snow was
                           confined largely to the nighttime and
                           morning hours, when temperatures were
                           just a touch cooler. A burst of heavier
                           snow brought 6 to 8 inches of
                           accumulation to parts of northeast
                           Lower Michigan, including Alpena,
                           Hubbard Lake, Comins, Presque Isle, and
                           Vanderbilt. The wet, clingy snow,
                           combined with wind gusts of 25 to 30
                           mph, was enough to down a few trees and
                           large tree limbs in Harrisville.

MICHIGAN, Upper

                           NONE REPORTED.
MICHIGAN, West

                           NONE REPORTED.

MINNESOTA, Central and South Central

  Kandiyohi County
    New London             Hail (1.00)

  Stearns County
    1 S Paynesville        Hail (1.00)

                           Hail covered County Road 55.
  Meeker County
    2 SW Manannah to       Hail (0.88)
    1 W Manannah

                           Dime to nickel sized hail fell.

  Swift County
    Benson                 Hail (0.75)

  Todd County
    6 N Grey Eagle         Hail (0.75)

  Swift County
    De Graff               Hail (0.75)

  Isanti County
    10 W Cambridge         Hail (0.75)

  Brown County
    Essig to               Hail (0.75)
      2 W New Ulm

  Watonwan County
    5 W Madelia            Hail (0.88)

                           Pea to nickel sized hail covered the
                           ground.

  Meeker County
    5 W Cedar Mills        Hail (0.75)

  Freeborn County
    Albert Lea             Hail (0.75)

  Pope County
    7 SW Starbuck          Tornado (F0)

                           A tornado briefly touched down in an
                           open field in Walden Township, Section
                           16. The touchdown occurred about 2.5
                           miles north-northwest of the west end
                           of Lake Emily. No damage was reported.

  Pope County
    6 W Gilchrist          Funnel Cloud

                           A funnel cloud was spotted by the
                           public about 5 miles northwest of Swift
                           Falls, or 6 miles west of Gilcrest.

MINNESOTA, Northeast

  Koochiching County
    Ranier                 Hail (1.75)

  Koochiching County
    Ranier                 Hail (1.25)

                           The hail fell for 10 minutes.

  Koochiching County
    International Falls    Hail (1.00)

MINNESOTA, Northwest

  MNZ007
                           Flood

                           By the end of March, the only snow left
                           to melt was along the Canadian border,
                           mostly from Langdon (ND) to Roseau
                           (MN). The melt rate had been nearly
                           ideal, with warm daytime highs and
                           nights below freezing. Several late
                           season snowstorms had hit the Canadian
                           border region with some substantial
                           snowfall amounts. Snow depths ranged
                           around 20 inches at Langdon (ND), 15
                           inches at Pembina (ND) and Hallock
                           (MN), and 12 inches at the Agassiz
                           National Wildlife Refuge (MN). The snow
                           water equivalent measured at the
                           Agassiz Refuge was about 2.5 inches. As
                           warmer temperatures occurred in early
                           April, there was still a good amount of
                           moisture left to work into the river
                           system across northeast North Dakota
                           and northwest Minnesota. The Red River
                           started rising in the Oslo area in late
                           March. The river crested around 34.2
                           feet between April 4th and 5th, then
                           fell back below it moderate flood stage
                           around April 8th.

  MNZ004
                           Flood

                           The Two Rivers River at Hallock began
                           to rise in late March. The river
                           crested between 807 and 808 feet MSL on
                           April 4th, then fell back below its
                           moderate flood stage around April 8th.

  Lake Of The Woods
  County
    1 S Lude               Hail (0.88)

MINNESOTA, Southeast

  Dodge County
    3 N Mantorville        Funnel Cloud

                           Funnel clouds were sighted by law
                           enforcement officials and the public,
                           but none touched down.

MINNESOTA, Southwest

  Rock County
    2 S Magnolia           Hail (0.88)

  Nobles County
    Lismore                Hail (0.75)

                           Hail lightly covered the ground.

  Lincoln County
    3 SW Lake Benton       Hail (0.88)

  Lyon County
    1 S Florence           Hail (0.75)

  Rock County
    5 SE Jasper            Hail (1.00)

  Pipestone County
    2 SE Trosky            Hail (0.75)

  Cottonwood County
    5 SW Storden           Hail (0.75)

MINNESOTA, West

                           NONE REPORTED.

MINNESOTA, West Central

                           NONE REPORTED.

MISSISSIPPI, Central

                           NOT RECEIVED.

MISSISSIPPI, North

  Chickasaw County
    7 S Houston to         Hail (1.00)
    6 E Houston

  Tishomingo County
    Belmont                Hail (0.75)

  Lee County
    Tupelo                 Flash Flood

                           Six roads were flooded.

  Panola County
    Pope                   Hail (0.88)

  Panola County
    10 SE Batesville       Hail (0.75)

  Panola County
    10 SE Batesville       Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

                           One mobile home had roof damage. A
                           shed and a carport were badly damaged.
                           Some trees were knocked down.

  Panola County
    Batesville             Flash Flood

                           Flood waters reached several
                           businesses.

  Lafayette County
    7 W Oxford             Hail (1.00)

  Lafayette County
    2 SE Oxford            Thunderstorm Wind (C50)

                           One mobile home was damaged. Several
                           trees and power lines were blown down.

  Prentiss County
    1 E Booneville         Hail (0.88)

  Tate County
    Senatobia              Flash Flood

                           Several roads were flooded. The water
                           reached up to the doorways of several
                           cars.

  Prentiss County
    8 E Booneville         Hail (1.75)

  De Soto County
    South Haven            Hail (0.75)

  Panola County
    Sardis                 Hail (0.75)

  Monroe County
    2 NW Aberdeen to       Tornado (F1)
    2 N Aberdeen

MISSISSIPPI, South

  Jackson County
    7 W Vancleave          Hail (0.75)

  Pearl River County
    Picayune               Hail (1.75)

                           Hail ranging in size from pennies
                           to golfballs was reported.

  Pearl River County
    Countywide             Flash Flood

  Harrison County
    Countywide             Flash Flood

  Jackson County
    Countywide             Flash Flood

  MSZ077-081>082
                           Flood

                           Heavy rainfall that began on March
                           31st continued through the morning
                           hours of April 1st resulting in the
                           flooding of numerous roadways and
                           homes in sections of coastal and
                           south Mississippi. The hardest hit
                           area was Jackson County where 8 to 12
                           inches of rain fell during the
                           night and morning hours. The heavy
                           rain also resulted in signfcant
                           flooding in lower portions of several
                           rivers and streams in south
                           Mississippi, particularly along major
                           rivers in in Harrison and Jackson
                           Counties, such as the Escatawpa,
                           Biloxi and Tchoutacabouffa Rivers.
                           Overall 250 homes and numerous
                           roadways were flooded across
                           Jackson County, with the communities
                           of Moss Point and Ocean Springs were
                           especially hard hit. In Harrison
                           County, a number of roadways were
                           flooded and a few homes around
                           D'Iberville received water damage.
                           In Pearl River County, several roads
                           were flooded by the heavy rainfall.

  Pike County
    Progress to            Tornado (F2)
      2 ENE Holmesville

                           A tornado touched down near the
                           community of Progress in Pike County
                           and moved north northeast to the
                           Barto area before crossing Highway 98
                           and moving out of Pike County and
                           into Walthall County about 2 miles
                           east northeast of Holmesville. Along
                           its path in Pike County, the tornado
                           destroyed a church and a couple of
                           mobile homes, damaged a number of
                           houses and businesses, and knocked
                           down numerous trees.

  Walthall County
    3 WNW Dinan to         Tornado (F2)
    2 W Sartinsville

                           A tornado moved out of Pike County
                           and entered Walthall County about 3
                           miles west northwest of Dinan and
                           continued travelling north northeast
                           until it dissipated approximately 2
                           miles west of Sartinsville. The
                           tornado caused significant damage to
                           25 houses, 10 trailers, and 2
                           businesses in Walthall County.

                           A meso-cyclone thunderstorm produced
                           a tornado as moved on an intermittent
                           path northeastward across eastern
                           Pike County and northwest Walthall
                           County.

  Wilkinson County
    Ft Adams               Hail (1.00)

  Hancock County
    2 W Waveland           Tornado (F1)

                           A tornado moved through the community
                           of Bayside Park damaging around 30
                           houses and 8 mobile homes. Some of the
                           homes received severe damage. The
                           tornado also knocked down numerous
                           trees and damaged several vehicles.
                           Most of the damage was produced by
                           trees falling on structures and
                           automobiles.

  Amite County
    5 E Liberty            Hail (0.75)

  Jackson County
    5 NNE Ocean Spgs       Flash Flood

                           A bridge was washed out on Old Fort
                           Bayou Road.

  Amite County
    Gillsburg              Funnel Cloud

  Pike County
    Mc Comb Pike Co Arpt   Funnel Cloud

  Walthall County
    5 SE Tylertown         Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           Trees and power lines were blown down
                           in the southeast portion of Walthall
                           County.

  Walthall County
    5 E Tylertown          Tornado (F0)

                           A weak tornado was observed to
                           briefly touch down causing no damage.
  Hancock County
    Waveland               Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           Trees and power lines were knocked
                           down.

  Harrison County
    Saucier                Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           Thunderstorm winds knocked down power
                           lines and a street sign and caused
                           damage to a porch.

  Pike County
    3 W Summit             Hail (0.75)

  Amite County
    Smithdale              Hail (0.75)

  Walthall County
    5 N Salem              Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           Power lines were blown down in the
                           Sartinville area.

  Pike County
    3 W Mc Comb            Hail (0.88)

                           Nickel size hail fell in the
                           Pinehurst area along Highway 48.

  Pearl River County
    4 W Poplarville        Hail (0.75)

  Pearl River County
    9 W Poplarville        Hail (1.00)

  Harrison County
    Biloxi to              Hail (0.75)
    D Iberville

                           Penny size hail was reported in
                           Biloxi and D'Iberville.

  Walthall County
    Tylertown              Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           A tree was blown down near Tylertown.

  Pearl River County
    Countywide             Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           Numerous trees were reported down
                           across the county.

MISSISSIPPI, Southeast

  George County
    South Portion          Flash Flood

                           Heavy rains caused several roads in
                           the southern parts of the county to
                           flood.  Many of the roads had to be
                           closed for about an hour. It was
                           estimated that four to six inches of
                           rain fell across the area in a six
                           hour period.

  Perry County
    Runnelstown            Hail (0.75)

  Perry County
    Richton                Hail (0.75)

  Wayne County
    10 S Waynesboro        Hail (0.75)

  Wayne County
    Buckatunna             Hail (0.75)

  Wayne County
    10 W Clara             Hail (1.75)

                           Golfball size hail fell from a
                           thunderstorm near Strengthford. The
                           hail caused minor damage to some
                           vehicles.

  Wayne County
    Waynesboro             Hail (0.75)

  Perry County
    Richton                Hail (1.75)

                           Golfball size hail fell from a
                           thunderstorm near Richton. The large
                           hail damaged several vehicles.

  Greene County
    Bothwell               Hail (0.75)

  Wayne County
    Clara                  Hail (0.88)

  Greene County
    Rounsaville            Tornado (F0)

                           A weak tornado briefly touched down
                           near Rounsaville. The tornado blew
                           down several trees and caused minor
                           roof and siding damage to two homes.
                           The storm also dropped quarter size
                           hail.

  Wayne County
    Waynesboro             Hail (0.75)

  Stone County
    Wiggins                Hail (0.75)

  Wayne County
    Waynesboro             Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           High winds from a thunderstorm blew
                           down several trees and power lines
                           near Waynesboro. The high winds also
                           damaged some outbuildings in the
                           area.

  Stone County
    Wiggins                Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           High winds from a thunderstorm blew
                           down several trees and power lines
                           near Wiggins.

MISSOURI, East

  St. Louis County
    Chesterfield           Hail (0.75)

  St. Louis County
    Town And Country       Flash Flood

                           Very heavy rain fell in a short
                           amount of time over St. Louis county,
                           especially western sections of the
                           county. The area affected the most
                           was in Town and Country, along a
                           four mile stretch of Highway 141 from
                           Ladue  Road to Dutch Mill Road. The
                           highway was briefly closed at
                           Dutch Mill Road due to water over the
                           road. The county road department
                           was forced to close the flood gates
                           at Ladue Road where 2 and a half feet
                           of water was over the roadway. Also,
                           several side roads, including Conway,
                           White and Clayton had up to 8 inches
                           of water flowing over them for a
                           brief time.

  St. Louis County
    Affton                 Flash Flood

                           Very heavy rain fell in a short
                           amount of time over St. Louis County.
                           In Affton, Grant Road in Grantwood
                           Village, between Gravois Road and
                           Pardee Road, was briefly closed due
                           to fast rising water from the creek
                           along Grant Road.

  Monroe County
    Paris                  Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           Thunderstorm winds blew down several
                           trees, tree branches and power lines
                           in Paris.

  Callaway County
    3 SE Kingdom City      Hail (0.75)

                           Storm spotters reported hail up to
                           3/4 inch in diameter nearly covered
                           the ground.

  Franklin County
    Robertsville           Hail (0.75)

                           Storm spotters reported 3/4 inch hail.

  Crawford County
    Bourbon                Hail (0.88)

                           The County EOC reported nickel size
                           hail in Bourbon.

  St. Louis County
    Lemay                  Hail (0.88)

  Moniteau County
    California             Hail (0.88)

                           The Sheriff Department reported nickel
                           size hail.

  Moniteau County
    3 NW Jamestown         Hail (1.25)

  Moniteau County
    Jamestown              Hail (1.00)

                           Storm Chasers from the University of
                           Missouri reported half dollar size
                           1 inch hail in Jamestown.

  Crawford County
    Bourbon                Hail (0.88)

                           Local law enforcement reported nickel
                           size hail in Bourbon.

 Boone County
    3 S Ashland            Hail (0.88)

  Boone County
    3 S Ashland            Hail (1.75)

                           The Boone County EOC reported hail
                           up to golfball size just south of
                           Ashland.

  Monroe County
    Paris                  Thunderstorm  Wind (G55)

                           Thunderstorm winds downed a 2 foot
                           and 1 foot diameter tree on Cooper
                           Street. A large tree limb was also
                           downed on the grounds of the Monroe
                           County Courthouse. The "Stihl" sign
                           in front of Ed's Hardware was blown
                           down by the wind.

  Callaway County
    2 NE Wainwright        Hail (2.50)

  Callaway County
    1 N Holts Summit       Hail (1.75)

  Callaway County
    Tebbetts               Hail (0.88)

  Callaway County
    Tebbetts               Hail (1.75)

                           Hail up to 2.5 inches in diameter was
                           reported by storm chasers from the
                           University of Missouri and storm
                           spotters. Numerous vehicles along
                           Highway 94 from Tebbetts to Wainright
                           suffered broken windows.

  Osage County
    5 S Bonnots Mill       Hail (0.75)

  Osage County
    Loose Creek            Hail (0.88)

                           Stormchasers from the University of
                           Missouri reported nickel size hail in
                           Loose Creek. The public reported 3/4
                           inch hail south of Bonnotts Mill.

  Gasconade County
    Owensville             Hail (1.00)

  Gasconade County
    Owensville             Hail (0.75)

  Gasconade County
    7 N Owensville         Hail (0.75)

                           Storm chasers from the University of
                           Missouri, storm spotters and local law
                           enforcement reported hail from 3/4 to
                           1 inch in diameter in and north of
                           Owensville.

  Osage County
    15 SW Chamois          Hail (0.75)

                           A storm spotter reported 3/4 inch hail
                           at Highway 100 and Route C.

  Franklin County
    Gerald                 Hail (0.75)

                           Local law enforcement reported 3/4 inch
                           hail.

  Crawford County
    4 W Cuba               Hail (0.88)

  Crawford County
    Cuba                   Hail (0.75)

                           Local law enforcement reported hail
                           up to nickel size in and west of Cuba.

  Osage County
    1 SE Linn              Hail (1.75)

  Osage County
    Linn                   Hail (1.00)

                           Storm spotters reported hail up to
                           golfball size just southeast of Linn.
                           Local law enforcement reported 1 inch
                           hail in Linn.

  Washington County
    2 N Potosi             Hail (0.75)

  Washington County
    3 SE Richwoods         Hail (0.88)

                           The Sheriff Department reported 3/4
                           inch hail just north of Potosi. Storm
                           spotters reported about 10 minutes of
                           of nickel size hail southeast of
                           Richwoods.

   Washington County
    Potosi                 Hail (0.75)

                           A storm spotter reported 3/4 inch hail
                           in Potosi.

  Washington County
    Central Portion        Flash Flood

                           Heavy rain from several thunderstorms
                           caused flash flooding in Washington
                           County, mainly in the central part of
                           the county. Some areas around Potosi
                           reported up to 7 inches of rain.
                           Flooding was reported on Highway F
                           10 miles north of Potosi. Breton Creek
                           in Potosi flooded, closing all the
                           road crossings over the creek. There
                           were reports of some basements
                           flooded, otherwise there was no
                           major damage.

  Jefferson County
    2 NE High Ridge        Hail (0.88)

                           The public reported nickel size hail
                           just northeast of High Ridge.

  St. Louis (C)
    St Louis               Hail (1.75)

                           The City of St. Louis EMA office
                           reported hail up to golfball size at
                           the intersection of Goodfellow and
                           Natural Bridge roads.

  St. Louis County
    Fenton                 Hail (0.88)

  St. Louis County
    Oakville               Hail (0.75)

                           Hail up to nickel size was reported in
                           south St. Louis County. 3/4 inch hail
                           fell for about 10 minutes in the
                           Oakville area.

  Osage County
    Westphalia             Hail (1.00)

  Osage County
    Westphalia             Hail (0.88)

                           The Sheriff Department reported hail
                           up to 1 inch in Westphalia.

  Boone County
    Columbia               Hail (0.75)

                           The Columbia EOC reported 3/4 inch
                           hail in Columbia.

  Cole County
    Brazito                Hail (1.00)

  Cole County
    7 SW Brazito           Hail (1.75)

  Cole County
    Brazito                Hail (1.75)

                           Law enforcement and fire department
                           personnel reported hail up to golfball
                           size in the Brazito area.

  Washington County
    Potosi                 Hail (1.00)

                           A storm spotter reported 1 inch hail
                           in Potosi.

  Boone County
    3 N Ashland            Hail (0.75)

                           Federal officials reported 3/4 inch
                           hail north of Ashland.

  Washington County
    Potosi                 Hail (0.88)

                           Local law enforcement reported nickel
                           size hail in Potosi.

  Callaway County
    Millersburg            Hail (1.25)

                           A storm spotter reported half dollar
                           size hail in Millersburg.

  Callaway County
    Fulton                 Hail (1.00)

                           A storm spotter reported hail up to 1
                           inch fell in Fulton for at least 10
                           minutes.

  Callaway County
    Fulton                 Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           The Sheriff Department reported power
                           lines down in Fulton.

  Boone County
    Columbia               Thunderstorm  Wind (G50)

                           Boone County EMA reported 2-5 inch
                           treelimbs and power lines down near
                           the University of Missouri campus.

  Cole County
    3 W Jefferson City     Hail (1.00)

  Cole County
    St Martin              Hail (1.00)

  Cole County
    Jefferson City         Hail (0.75)

  Cole County
    1 E Jefferson City     Hail (0.88)

                           Local law enforcement reported hail up
                           to 1 inch in St. Martin and west of
                           Jefferson City. Hail up to nickel size
                           was reported in Jefferson City and
                           just east of the city.

  Callaway County
    New Bloomfield         Thunderstorm
                           Wind (G50)

                           Local law enforcement reported power
                           lines down in New Bloomfield.

  Montgomery County
    New Florence           Hail (0.75)

                           Local law enforcement reported 3/4 inch
                           hail.

MISSOURI, Lower
                           NOT REPORTED.

MISSOURI, Northeast
                           NOT REPORTED.

MISSOURI, Northwest

  Bates County
    3 E Amoret             Hail (1.00)

  Bates County
    6 W Butler             Hail (1.75)

  Cass County
    Drexel                 Hail (0.75)

  Platte County
    Camden Pt              Hail (0.88)

  MOZ020
                           Flood

                           The Platte River near Agency crested
                           at 21.58 feet, or 1.58 feet above
                           flood stage.

  MOZ032
                           Flood

                           The Chariton River near Prairie Hill
                           crested at 17.59 feet, or 2.59 feet
                           above flood stage.

  Clinton County
    Gower                  Hail (0.75)

  Clinton County
    Lathrop                Hail (0.75)

  Jackson County
    Independence           Hail (0.75)

  De Kalb County
    Fairport               Hail (1.25)

  Cooper County
    4 NW Bellair           Hail (0.88)

  Cooper County
    3 NNW Bellair          Hail (1.00)

  Cooper County
    1 NE Bunceton          Hail (1.00)

  Cooper County
    3 SW Prairie Home      Hail (1.75)

  Cooper County
    Prairie Home           Hail (1.00)

  Cooper County
    Otterville             Hail (0.75)

  Cooper County
    3 SE Boonville         Hail (0.88)

  Cooper County
    Pilot Grove            Hail (0.88)

  Bates County
    Ballard                Hail (2.75)

  Bates County
    3 N Ballard            Hail (2.75)

  Henry County
    Calhoun                Hail (1.00)

  Henry County
    Urich                  Hail (0.88)

  Platte County
    Weston                 Hail (1.75)

  Platte County
    Parkville              Hail (1.75)

  Platte County
    Platte City            Hail (1.25)

  Buchanan County
    4 SE De Kalb           Hail (1.00)

  Johnson County
    1 W Whiteman Afb       Hail (1.50)

  Pettis County
    Green Ridge            Hail (1.00)

  Pettis County
    Hughesville            Hail (1.00)

  Clay County
    Liberty                Hail (1.00)

  Clay County
    1 S Claycomo           Hail (1.00)

  Clay County
    Smithville             Hail (1.00)

  Clay County
    2 N Gladstone          Hail (1.75)

  Clay County
    Liberty                Hail (1.00)

  Clay County
    Liberty                Hail (1.00)

  Clay County
    1 SSW Excelsior Spgs   Hail (1.00)

  Cass County
    West Line              Hail (1.00)

  Cass County
    1 NW Peculiar          Hail (0.88)

  Cass County
    2 NE Freeman           Hail (1.00)

  Cass County
    Harrisonville          Hail (0.88)

  Jackson County
    3 WSW Greenwood        Hail (0.75)

  Jackson County
    3 NE Atherton          Tornado (F0)

                           Tornado touched down in open country
                           near the Missouri River. Caught on
                           video tape by area residents. No
                           damage reported.

  Lafayette County
    Wellington             Hail (1.00)

  Lafayette County
    2 SSW Lexington        Hail (1.00)

  Lafayette County
    5 S Higginsville       Hail (0.88)

  Lafayette County
    1 N Higginsville       Hail (0.88)

  Lafayette County
    1 N Higginsville       Hail (1.75)

  MOZ023-046
                           Flood

                           The Grand River near Sumner crested
                           at 29.36 feet, or 3.36 feet above
                           flood stage. The Petite Saline Creek
                           near Boonville crested at 18.35 feet,
                           or 2.35 feet above flood stage.

MISSOURI, Southeast

  MOZ111
                           High Wind
                           (G52)

                           A farm equipment shed was heavily
                           damaged just north of Sikeston along
                           Highway 61. Trees and power lines were
                           blown down in Sikeston. Tree limbs
                           landed on the roof of a home. An
                           uprooted tree damaged a fence and
                           blocked a street. The strongest winds
                           appeared to be in the southern half of
                           the county. At the Cape Girardeau
                           Airport on the north end of the
                           county, peak wind gusts were measured
                           at 44 MPH. These winds were
                           associated with a mesoscale area of
                           low pressure in the wake of an area
                           of showers.

  Scott County
    Oran                   Funnel Cloud

                           A funnel cloud was observed over
                           northwest Scott County. The funnel
                           cloud was observed on a towercam
                           operated by a Cape Girardeau
                           television station. The funnel cloud
                           was also observed by trained
                           observers at the Cape Girardeau
                           airport.

  Cape Girardeau
  County
    Fruitland              Hail (0.75)

  Cape Girardeau
  County
    7 W Cape Girardeau     Funnel Cloud
    to
    2 S Jackson

                           The funnel cloud was captured by a
                           Cape Girardeau television station's
                           towercam, and the video was broadcast
                           live for over five minutes. The funnel
                           cloud associated with the nearly
                           stationary thunderstorm was visible
                           from time to time for over half an
                           hour.

  Scott County
    5 NW Lusk              Hail (0.75)

  Cape Girardeau
  County
    1.5 S Fruitland        Hail (1.75)

                           The sheriff department reported golf-
                           ball size hail on Interstate 55 at
                           exit 105. Many locations in and near
                           Fruitland reported an extended period
                           of large hail due to the very slow
                           movement of the storm. Hail depths
                           were reported up to 4 inches, creating
                           a winter-like scene and slippery road
                           conditions. The county highway
                           department was dispatched to clear
                           the roads.

                           A severe thunderstorm remained nearly
                           stationary over central Cape Girardeau
                           County for 30 to 45 minutes. The result was
                           a localized area of flash flooding and
                           copious amounts of hail, in addition
                           to a funnel cloud.

  Cape Girardeau
  County
    Jackson to             Flash Flood
    Fruitland

                           Flash flooding of creeks and roads
                           occurred as a result of a nearly
                           stationary severe thunderstorm. In
                           Jackson, Hubble Creek inundated
                           numerous roads and most of the
                           city park. Floodwaters swept debris
                           onto tennis courts and overflowed a
                           footbridge. On Main Street in the
                           city, a vehicle became stranded in
                           high water. The street was closed.
                           Water was over U.S. Highway 61 between
                           Jackson and Fruitland. A couple of
                           intersections on Highway W were
                           flooded. State roads 605, 603, and
                           601 in Fruitland were flooded. The
                           preliminary rainfall total from the
                           co-operative observer in Jackson was
                           2.20 inches, most of which fell within
                           an hour.

  Ripley County
    9 N Doniphan           Hail (0.75)

  Stoddard County
    Puxico                 Hail (0.88)

  Scott County
    2 N Miner              Hail (0.75)

  MOZ087
                           Strong Wind

                           Strong west winds occurred in the wake
                           of a cold front passage. The strongest
                           wind gust at the Cape Girardeau
                           Airport was 45 MPH.

  Bollinger County
    4 S Marble Hill        Hail (0.88)

                           Nickel-size hail was reported on
                           Highway 51.

  Stoddard County
    Bell City              Hail (0.88)

  Scott County
    Oran                   Hail (0.88)

                           A severe thunderstorm moved east
                           northeast across northern Stoddard
                           into western Scott County, producing
                           nickel-size hail.

MISSOURI, Southwest

  Newton County
    Hornet                 Hail (0.75)

  Jasper County
    Joplin                 Hail (0.75)

  Jasper County
    Joplin                 Hail (0.88)

  Vernon County
    Deerfeld               Hail (0.75)

  Barry County
    Cassville              Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

                           Severe thunderstorm wind gusts
                           damaged a farm store. Most of the
                           damage occurred to the store building,
                           however, a stock tank was blown about
                           one quarter of a mile from where it
                           was stored.

  Christian County
    2 SW Nixa              Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

                           Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed
                           a few trees near the city of Nixa.

  Christian County
    Nixa                   Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

                           Downburst winds downed trees and
                           caused roof and window damage to a
                           home in Nixa.

  Polk County
    2 E Pleasant Hope      Flash Flood

                           Strong thunderstorms caused flash
                           flooding to occur over a low water
                           crossing on Highway 215.

  Douglas County
    Ava                    Flash Flood

                           Sections of Highways FF and Y were
                           impassable due to flash flooding.

  Jasper County
    Webb City              Hail (0.75)

  Jasper County
    Carl Jet               Hail (0.75)

  Jasper County
    Carthage               Hail (0.75)

  Camden County
    Linn Creek             Flash Flood

                           Heavy thunderstorms caused flash
                           flooding over low water crossings
                           near the community of Linn Creek.

  Vernon County
    1 W Deerfield          Hail (0.88)

  Jasper County
    2 NE Avilla            Hail (0.88)

  Lawrence County
    Pierce City            Hail (0.75)

  Barry County
    Monett                 Hail (1.00)

  Wright County
    Grovespring            Flash Flood

                           Flash flooding occurred over low water
                           crossings near the community of
                           Grovespring.

  Ozark County
    1 S Noble              Flash Flood

                           Numerous low water crossings
                           experienced flash flooding south
                           of Noble.

  Wright County
    Hartville              Flash Flood

                           Heavy thunderstorms caused the Woods
                           Fork Tributary of the Gasconade river
                           to flow out of its banks in several
                           locations.

  Stone County
    2 S Elsey              Hail (0.75)

  Greene County
    1 E Battlefield        Hail (0.75)

  MOZ092
                           Flood

                           A low water crossing along Highway Z
                           over Elk Creek remained impassable for
                           several hours after heavy rain affect
                           the area.

  MOZ096
                           Flood

                           A low water crossing along Highway EE
                           at the North Fork and White Rivers
                           remained flooded for several hours
                           after a flash flood event.

  MOZ105
                           Flood

                           Several low water crossings countywide
                           remained impassable for a few hours
                           following a flash flood episode. Two
                           notable crossings that were flooded
                           include sections of Highway T at
                           Little Creek and Possum Walk Creek,
                           along with a section of Highway 95
                           at Bryant Creek.

  MOZ082
                           Flood

                           A low water crossing along Highway U
                           west of Highway 137 was impassable for
                           several hours following the occurrence
                           of heavy thunderstorms.

  Lawrence County
    3 W Halltown           Hail (0.75)

  Miller County
    Eldon                  Hail (0.88)

  Miller County
    3 NE Lake Ozark        Hail (1.00)

  Miller County
    Iberia                 Hail (1.00)

  Maries County
    5 S Brinktown          Hail (0.88)

  Pulaski County
    Hancock                Hail (1.00)

  Miller County
    Iberia                 Hail (0.88)

  Maries County
    Hayden                 Hail (1.00)

  Pulaski County
    Dixon                  Hail (1.00)

  Pulaski County
    Dixon                  Hail (0.88)

  Pulaski County
    Ft Leonard Wood        Hail (0.88)

  Pulaski County
    Waynesville            Flash Flood

                           Numerous roads and low lying areas
                           were inundated with flash flooding.
                           Several areas were impassable to
                           motorists.

  Pulaski County
    1 E Gospel Ridge       Hail (1.00)

  Pulaski County
    Ft Leonard Wood        Hail (1.00)

  Phelps County
    Edgar Spgs             Hail (1.00)

  Pulaski County
    Ft Leonard Wood        Hail (1.50)

  Phelps County
    Duke                   Hail (1.75)

  Texas County
    Licking                Hail (1.00)

  Miller County
    3 SE Iberia            Flash Flood

                           Several bridges and low water
                           crossings along the Tavern Creek and
                           Little Tavern Creek in far southeast
                           Miller County were impassable from
                           flash flooding.

  Maries County
    8 S Brinktown          Flash Flood

                           Several low water crossings in far
                           southwest Maries County became
                           impassable after heavy thunderstorms
                           affected the area. A section of
                           County Road 628 near Highway BB had
                           several inches of water flowing over
                           the roadway.

  Texas County
    Licking                Hail (1.00)

  Shannon County
    15 W Eminence          Hail (1.00)

  Texas County
    Summersville           Hail (1.00)

  Texas County
    2 E Summersville       Hail (1.00)

  Shannon County
    Birch Tree             Hail (0.88)

  Shannon County
    Birch Tree             Hail (0.88)

  Dent County
    2 N Turtle             Hail (1.00)

  Dent County
    Sligo                  Flash Flood

                           Heavy thunderstorms caused flash
                           flooding. over a section of Highway
                           TT near the community of Sligo.

  Jasper County
    Jasper                 Hail (1.00)

  Newton County
    3 S Neosho             Hail (0.75)

  Newton County
    5 SW Neosho            Hail (0.75)

  Newton County
    Neosho                 Hail (0.75)

  Taney County
    Taneyville             Hail (0.75)

  Taney County
    Protem                 Hail (0.88)

  Douglas County
    7 S Ava                Hail (1.00)

  Douglas County
    5 S Ava                Hail (1.00)

  Douglas County
    7 S Ava                Hail (0.88)

  Douglas County
    Ava                    Hail (1.00)

  Pulaski County
    Ft Leonard Wood        Hail (0.75)

  Douglas County
    2 S Ava                Hail (1.00)

  Wright County
    Mansfield              Hail (1.00)

  Texas County
    Bendavis               Hail (1.00)

  Maries County
    12 N Vienna            Hail (1.00)

  Maries County
    7 S (Vih)Rolla/        Hail (1.25)
    Vichy A

  Barton County
    1 W Mindenmines        Hail (0.75)

  Jasper County
    2 S Asbury             Hail (0.88)

  Jasper County
    4 S Jasper             Thunderstorm
                           Wind (G55)

                           Several trees were downed from severe
                           thunderstorm wind gusts along Highway
                           71 south of Jasper.

  Dallas County
    Louisburg              Hail (0.75)

  Jasper County
    4 N Carthage           Thunderstorm
                           Wind (G55)

                           Severe thunderstorm wind gusts downed
                           a few several trees across rural
                           central Jasper County.

  Stone County
    Lampe                  Hail (0.75)

  Mcdonald County
    Anderson               Hail (0.75)

  Barry County
    Ridgley                Hail (0.75)

MONTANA, Central

  MTZ009
                           High Wind (G60)

                           A high wind event occurred during the
                           morning hours of the 1st. Reported
                           wind speeds include a gust to 69 mph
                           at the Two Medicine Department of
                           Transportation site.

  MTZ050>051
                           Winter Storm

                           An early spring storm brought winter
                           conditions to Fergus and Judith Basin
                           counties during daylight hours on the
                           9th. Reported snow fall amounts
                           include: 10 inches at Havre 23S; 6
                           inches at Hobson 6ESE and 4 inches at
                           Lewistown 8E. In addition to the heavy
                           snow, strong winds created areas of
                           blowing snow that reduced visibilities
                           to less than 100 yards at times. The
                           heavy wet snow and high winds were
                           responsible for the downing of 141
                           power poles in Blaine county resulting
                           in the interruption of power to
                           nearly 400 homes. Additionally, an
                           estimated 170 trees were either blown
                           over or had their tops broken off at
                           the Montana Gulch Campground located
                           in the Little Rocky Mountains.

  MTZ009-048
                           Winter Storm

                           A strong Pacific weather system
                           brought brought heavy snows to the
                           Rocky Mountain Front on the 14th.
                           Reported snow fall amounts include: 8
                           inches at Rogers Pass; 6 inches at
                           Marias Pass and 4 inches at Great
                           Falls.

  MTZ012-015-050>055
                           Winter Storm

                           A powerful spring storm brought heavy
                           snow to a wide area of Southwest
                           Montana from the 18th through the
                           afternoon of the 19th. Reported snow
                           fall amounts include: 18 inches at
                           Lewistown 11SSE; 16 inches at Lewistown
                           22S; 12 inches at Clancy 3W, 12 inches
                           at Crstal Lake, 12 inches at Rogers
                           Pass; 11 inches at Bozeman; 10 inches
                           at Lewistown 10S, 10 inches at Half
                           Moon Pass; 9 inches at Big Sky 2WNW, 9
                           inches at Lima, 9 inches at Montana
                           State University (Bozeman) and 4 inches
                           at Lewistown, Utica 11 SW and Hobson
                           16SW.

  MTZ014>015-052-
  054>055
                           Winter Storm

                           A vigorous spring storm brought heavy
                           snow to elevations above 6000 feet in
                           Southwest Montana. Reported snow fall
                           amounts include: 7 inches at Norris
                           14W, 7 inches at Jefferson City 9W, 7
                           inches at White Sulphur Springs 40N, 7
                           inches at Bozeman 13NE; 6 inches at
                           Rimini, 6 inches at Augusta 20W; 5
                           inches at Clancy 10SE, 5 inches at
                           Jefferson City 9W and 5 inches at
                           Belgrade 14NE.

MONTANA, East

  MTZ025>026-060
                           Blizzard

                           A strong and nearly stationary area of
                           low pressure across extreme northeast
                           Montana produced blizzard conditions
                           in the Little Rockies and Big Sheep
                           mountains, where up to 2 feet of wet
                           snow was reported across the higher
                           elevations. The snow was accompained
                           by wind gusts in excess of 70 mph which
                           produced considerable blowing and
                           drifting snow. Snow drifts of up to 6
                           feet were reported in the town of
                           Zortman, and the power was out in town
                           for about 24 hours. Many calves were
                           lost in the Little Rockies, and 100
                           year old trees were blown down due to
                           the high wind.

  MTZ016>017-
  021>023-026-059>061
                           High Wind (G74)

                           A strong area of low pressure across
                           the extreme northeast corner of Montana
                           produced a period of strong wind along
                           the backside of the low. Sustained
                           winds of 40 to 50 mph were common with
                           wind gusts as high as 85 mph at the
                           Zortman Mine Raws site. A total of 348
                           power poles were snapped by a
                           combination of wet snow and sleet that
                           stuck to the poles and the strong wind
                           across Phillips, McCone, Garfield, and
                           Prairie Counties. One of the harder hit
                           area was in the Little Rockies where
                           shingles blew off of several houses in
                           the town of Zortman. The Gulch
                           Campground in the Little Rockies was
                           severely impacted by the storm as an
                           estimated 170 trees of varying sizes
                           were either totally blown over or the
                           tops broken off. Other areas that were
                           particularly hard hit included Brockway
                           and Brusett where many power poles
                           snapped. Although the power was
                           restored to most areas within a couple
                           of days, a few spots remained without
                           power for nearly a week. The lack of
                           electricity made calving operations
                           difficult for many ranchers. A few of
                           the higher wind gusts included:

                           Zortman Mine Raws Site (Phillips
                           county): 85 mph

                           King Coulee Raws Site (Valley county):
                           72 mph

                           Bluff Creek Raws Site (Valley county):
                           62 mph

  MTZ016>020-
  022>025-059-061>062
                           High Wind (G64)

                           An intense area of low pressure tracked
                           from central Montana into southern
                           Saskatchewan sending a strong cold
                           front across northeast Montana. Strong
                           gradient winds in the wake of a cold
                           front produced a period of strong wind
                           across much of northeast Montana during
                           the afternoon and early evening hours.
                           The strong winds uprooted a large tree
                           in Plentywood, and caused a slide in
                           camper to flip over just outside of
                           Wolf Point. Sustained winds of 40 to 49
                           mph were common with wind gusts of 58
                           to 74 mph. A few of the more impressive
                           wind gusts included:

                           Bluff Creek Raws Site (Valley county):
                           74 mph

                           Whitewater (Phillips County): 67 mph

                           Malta (Phillips County): 65 mph

                           King Coulee Raws Site (Valley County):
                           64 mph

MONTANA, South

  MTZ029-066
                           Heavy Snow

                           9 inches 5W Red Lodge (Cole Creek
                           Snotel 12-hour total); 10 inches 10S
                           Roundup

  MTZ028-034>035-
  038-041-056-063
                           Heavy Snow

                           A very moist spring storm system
                           brought abundant precipitation to South
                           Central Montana. This came both in the
                           form of rain and snow. They heaviest
                           amounts of snowfall occurred from the
                           Judith Gap area to the Beartooth
                           Mountains. Between April 18th and the
                           21st ... liquid precipitation was over
                           two inches in most areas of South
                           Central Montana. A few areas ...
                           particularly around Billings received
                           over 3 inches of liquid precipitation.
                           The Billings airport during this period
                           received 2.60 inches of liquid
                           precipitation from 19.8 inches of
                           snowfall. The following is a list of
                           the snowfall reports from this storm:

                           5 inches in Red Lodge; 11 inches in
                           Billings (7 inches of wet, heavy snow
                           fell between 6am and noon. This also
                           set a daily precipitation record with
                           0.55 inches or liquid); 8 inches in
                           Rapelje; 14 inches 14E Melville; 8
                           inches 4S Rapelje; 7 inches in Judith
                           Gap; 8 inches 7S Absarokee; 6 inches in
                           Molt, Pryor, and 10S Twodot

  MTZ056-066
                           Heavy Snow

                           8 inches 6S Roscoe; 6 inches 7S Mc
                           Leod; 8 inches in Red Lodge

  MTZ056
                           Heavy Snow

                           24 inches 5W Red Lodge (Cole Creek
                           Snotel 24-hour total)

MONTANA, West

  MTZ002-007-043
                           Heavy Snow

                           Late season winter storm averaged 6 to
                           10 inches of snow across portions of
                           Western  Montana. The heaviest snowfall
                           was recorded near Helmville with 14
                           inches and over the higher elevations
                           of Glacier National Park, where up to
                           two feet of new snow fell.

  MTZ007
                           Winter Storm

                           Late season winter storm brought 6 to
                           13 inches of snow to the Butte/Pintlar
                           region, as well as north winds at 15 to
                           25 mph.

NEBRASKA, Central

  Custer County
    2 E Callaway           Hail (0.88)

  Custer County
    5 NW Merna             Hail (1.00)

  Perkins County
    2 S Venango            Hail (0.75)

  Blaine County
    14 SSE Brewster        Hail (0.75)

  Blaine County
    6 N Dunning            Hail (1.25)

  Logan County
    5 W Stapleton          Hail (0.75)

  Brown County
    22 S Johnstown         Hail (1.00)

  Perkins County
    1.5 S Grant            Lightning

                           Lightning struck a farm house and
                           damaged the phone lines as well as
                           electrical wiring to the well pump.

  Frontier County
    21 WSW Stockville      Hail (0.75)

  Hayes County
    12 E Hayes Center      Hail (0.75)

  Hooker County
    25 SW Mullen           Hail (1.00)

  Thomas County
    7 S Seneca             Hail (1.00)

  Thomas County
    5 SSE Seneca to        Hail (1.00)
    7 E Seneca

  Sheridan County
    19 N Rushville         Hail (0.88)

  Garden County
    30 N Lewellen          Hail (0.88)

  Garden County
    37 N Oshkosh           Hail (1.75)

  Cherry County
    58 SSW Merriman        Hail (2.50)

  Grant County
    23 SW Hyannis          Hail (1.00)

  Garden County
    32 NNE Lewellen        Hail (1.00)

  Garden County
    41 NNE Lewellen        Hail (0.75)

                           Hail covered the ground.

  Grant County
    19 SW Hyannis          Hail (0.88)

  Cherry County
    59 S Merriman          Hail (1.25)

                           Hail covered the ground.

  Arthur County
    10 NW Arthur           Hail (2.75)

                           Golfball to baseball size hail covered
                           the ground and broke out windows in a
                           house.

  Cherry County
    43 SSW Cody            Tornado (F0)

                           The tornado touched down in open
                           rangeland.

  Hooker County
    9 WSW Mullen           Hail (0.88)

  Hooker County
    Mullen                 Hail (0.88)

  Hooker County
    11 SE Mullen           Hail (0.75)

  Wheeler County
    Bartlett               Hail (1.75)

  Thomas County
    Seneca                 Hail (0.75)

  Lincoln County
    10 NNE North Platte    Hail (1.00)

  Lincoln County
    4 N North Platte       Hail (1.00)

  Wheeler County
    Southeast Portion      Flash Flood

                           Over 3 inches of rain fell across
                           southeast Wheeler County as storms
                           moved slowly over the area producing
                           rapid runoff. Accumulated runoff caused
                           water to flow across Highway 281 south
                           of Bartlett. A few county roads
                           southeast of Bartlett were also
                           partially washed away due to water
                           flowing over them.

  Chase County
    3 W Champion           Hail (1.75)

  Perkins County
    1 S Grainton           Hail (0.75)

  Lincoln County
    2 E Wallace            Hail (0.88)

  Lincoln County
    North Platte to        Hail (1.50)
    North Platte Arpt

                           Nickel to ping pong size hail fell in
                           North Platte and eastward 2 miles to
                           the NWS office. The hail did minor
                           damage to siding and roofs on homes and
                           businesses, broke windows in a few
                           vehicles, and did body damage to
                           numerous vehicles at car dealerships on
                           the east and south sides of North
                           Platte.

  Wheeler County
    8 E Ericson            Hail (0.88)

NEBRASKA, East

  Cedar County
    Hartington             Hail (0.75)

  Knox County
    5 S Verdel             Hail (0.75)

  Knox County
    Verdigre               Hail (0.88)

  Seward County
    6 N Utica to           Thunderstorm Wind (G50)
    9 N Utica

                           Thunderstorm wind gusts that were
                           estimated at 60 mph downed some 3 to 4
                           inch tree limbs north of Utica.

  Butler County
    Linwood                Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           Thunderstorm wind gusts were estimated
                           at 60 mph by a trained weather spotter.

  Colfax County
    1 N Schuyler           Hail (0.75)

  Dodge County
    10 N North Bend        Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           Thunderstorm wind gusts were estimated
                           at 60 mph by a trained weather spotter.

  Cuming County
    3 SE West Pt           Hail (0.75)

  Cuming County
    West Pt                Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

                           Thunderstorm wind gusts estimated at 60
                           mph blew down a few trees and caused
                           isolated power outages in town.

  Lancaster County
    1 NW Lincoln           Hail (0.88)

  Lancaster County
    2 W Lincoln            Hail (1.00)

  Jefferson County
    3 W Plymouth           Hail (0.88)

                           Dime to nickel size hail covered
                           Highway 4 near town.

  Saline County
    Crete                  Hail (0.88)

                           Dime to nickel size hail on the
                           northwest side of town.

  Lancaster County
    1 N Raymond            Hail (1.00)

  Lancaster County
    2 NW Denton            Hail (1.75)

  Seward County
    5 S Pleasant Dale      Hail (0.88)

  Saline County
    3 N Crete              Hail (0.88)

  Saline County
    3 NNE Crete            Hail (1.00)

  Seward County
    Pleasant Dale          Hail (0.75)

  Seward County
    5 S Pleasant Dale      Hail (1.25)

                           Hail up to 1.25 inches in diameter
                           covered Highway 103 south of town.

  Lancaster County
    Emerald                Hail (0.75)

  Saunders County
    3 SW Weston            Hail (0.88)

                           Dime to nickel size hail was reported
                           south to southwest of Weston.

  Douglas County
    Omaha                  Hail (0.75)

                           Near Harney and 1480.

  Otoe County
    3 E Syracuse           Hail (0.88)

  Douglas County
    Omaha                  Hail (0.88)

                           Near Cuming and 43rd Streets.

  Sarpy County
    Papillion              Hail (0.75)

  Otoe County
    2 W Dunbar             Hail (0.88)

  Douglas County
    Omaha                  Hail (0.75)

                           Near 72nd and State Streets.

  Gage County
    2 W Odell to           Hail (1.50)
    Odell

                           Hail up to 1.5 inches in diameter fell
                           in and just west of Odell.

  Jefferson County
    5 E Steele City        Hail (0.75)

  Sarpy County
    Papillion              Hail (0.88)

  Gage County
    1 E Wymore             Hail (0.88)

  Douglas County
    Omaha                  Hail (0.75)

                           Near 90th and Fort Streets.

  Gage County
    3 W Odell              Hail (1.00)

                           The hail covered Highway 8 and the
                           resultant slick roads caused a few
                           accidents.

  Cass County
    1 W Weeping Water      Hail (0.75)

  Saunders County
    Colon                  Hail (0.75)

  Saunders County
    8 ENE Cedar Bluffs     Hail (1.00)

  Butler County
    2 W Rising City        Hail (0.88)

  Dodge County
    Fremont                Hail (0.75)

  Dodge County
    1 E Nickerson          Hail (0.75)

  Seward County
    2 N Utica              Hail (1.75)

  Seward County
    5 NW Staplehurst       Hail (0.75)

  Saunders County
    10 WSW Wahoo           Hail (0.75)

  Saline County
    1 SW Tobias            Hail (1.50)

  Saunders County
    Valparaiso             Hail (0.88)

  Saunders County
    Ceresco                Hail (0.75)

  Saunders County
    2 SW Weston to         Hail (0.88)
    Weston

                           Hail up to nickel size was reported in
                           and just southwest of Weston.

  Saline County
    1 SW Tobias            Hail (0.88)

  Saline County
    Western                Hail (1.75)

  Saline County
    1 E Tobias             Hail (1.75)

  Saline County
    5 SW Wilber            Hail (1.00)

  Saline County
    1 N Swanton            Hail (1.00)

  Saunders County
    Wahoo                  Hail (0.75)

  Jefferson County
    2 W Daykin             Hail (1.75)

  Saline County
    1 SW Tobias            Hail (0.88)

  Gage County
    6 W Beatrice           Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

                           Law enforcement estimated thunderstorm
                           winds gusted over 60 mph west of
                           Beatrice. The winds caused some tree
                           damage near town.

  Gage County
    6 W Beatrice           Hail (1.00)

                           One inch hail was reported along with
                           Thunderstorm wind gusts estimated at
                           over 60 mph.

  Washington County
    3 NE Kennard           Hail (0.75)

  Gage County
    2 W Wymore to          Hail (1.00)
    Wymore

                           Hail up to 1 inch in diameter was
                           reported in Wymore and just west of
                           town.

  Lancaster County
    3 N Malcolm            Hail (0.88)

  Saline County
    Countywide             Flash Flood

                           Minor lowland flooding was reported
                           along small creeks and county roads due
                           to rainfall of 2 to 4 inches that fell
                           across the county.

  Cass County
    Plattsmouth            Hail (0.75)

  Colfax County
    2 E Clarkson           Hail (1.25)

                           Hail up to 1.25 inches in diameter
                           covered the ground near Clarkson.

  Stanton County
    15 SSE Stanton         Hail (0.88)

  Antelope County
    6 W Elgin              Hail (1.00)

  Antelope County
    5 W Elgin              Hail (1.75)

  Antelope County
    Elgin                  Hail (0.88)

  Antelope County
    8 W Elgin to           Hail (1.75)
    Elgin

                           Golfball size hail was reported from
                           Elgin to 8 miles west of town.

  Boone County
    6 N Albion             Hail (0.75)

  Antelope County
    7 SSE Oakdale          Hail (0.75)

  Antelope County
    7 W Elgin              Flash Flood

                           Heavy rainfall from thunderstorms that
                           persisted over Antelope county for
                           several hours caused flash flooding
                           west of Elgin where water was reported
                           over highway 70 as high as the hood of
                           a car. There were unofficial reports
                           that 6 to 8 inches of rain fell 6 to 10
                           miles west of Elgin. The highway was
                           closed for several hours as flood
                           waters rushed over it. As the flood
                           waters receeded, a significant amount
                           of standing water persisted for a few
                           days around the Elgin area.

  Madison County
    Meadow Grove           Hail (0.88)

  Boone County
    2 N Albion             Hail (1.75)

  Pierce County
    Hadar                  Hail (0.75)

  Lancaster County
    2 NW Raymond           Hail (1.00)

  Sarpy County
    1 N La Platte          Hail (1.25)

  Boone County
    10 S Albion            Hail (1.00)

  Boone County
    10 S Albion            Flash Flood


                           Heavy rain fell on saturated ground and
                           caused flash flooding across a few
                           county roads south of Albion.

  Boone County
    4 W St Edward          Hail (1.00)

  Boone County
    3 S Albion             Hail (1.75)

  Gage County
    3 S Adams              Hail (1.50)

  Saline County
    Western                Hail (0.75)

  Saline County
    Swanton                Hail (0.88)

  Gage County
    Adams                  Hail (0.88)

  Pawnee County
    4 N Table Rock         Hail (1.00)

  Johnson County
    Sterling               Hail (1.50)

                           Hail up to 1.5 inches in diameter fell
                           for several minutes in the Sterling
                           area.

  Nemaha County
    2 W Johnson            Hail (0.88)

  Johnson County
    4 W Cook               Hail (1.75)

  Nemalta County
    11 W Auburn            Hail (0.88)

  Johnson County
    5 NE Sterling          Hail (1.50)

  Otoe County
    6 S Syracuse           Hail (0.75)

  Gage County
    Cortland               Hail (0.88)

  Johnson County
    5 SW Cook              Hail (1.00)

  Otoe County
    5 E Syracuse           Hail (0.75)

  Cass County
    Eagle                  Hail (1.00)

  Johnson County
    2 W Cook               Hail (1.25)

  Lancaster County
    2 NE Waverly           Hail (0.88)

  Gage County
    Adams                  Hail (0.75)

  Lancaster County
    1 E Lincoln to         Hail (0.88)
    1 NE Lincoln

                           Hail up to nickel size was reported
                           just east and northeast of Lincoln.

  Johnson County
    Cook                   Hail (1.00)

  Saunders County
    3 W Ashland            Hail (0.75)

  Otoe County
    Syracuse               Hail (1.00)

                           Quarter size hail filled ditches 6
                           inches deep in town.

  Cass County
    2 SE Elmwood           Hail (1.00)

  Johnson County
    Cook                   Hail (1.00)

  Otoe County
    5 SW Nebraska City     Hail (1.00)

  Otoe County
    1 W Talmage            Hail (1.00)

  Cass County
    1 SW Weeping Water     Hail (0.75)

  Otoe County
    5 E Syracuse           Hail (0.75)

  Otoe County
    4 S Nebraska City to   Hail (1.50)
    Nebraska City

                           Hail up to walnut size caused damage to
                           vehicles and trees in Nebraska City and
                           several miles west through south of
                           town. The hail was accompanied by heavy
                           rain that caused some street flooding
                           in town.

  Otoe County
    Nebraska City          Flash Flood

                           Heavy rain that fell in less than 1
                           hour caused extensive street flooding
                           in Nebraska City.

  Otoe County
    Lorton                 Hail (1.50)

                           Hail up to 1.5 inches in diameter
                           caused some tree and vehicle damage in
                           Lorton. The hail piled up a foot deep
                           in spots and snowplows were used to
                           clear some roads in the area.

  Otoe County
    Countywide             Flash Flood

                           Rainfall of around 2 inches and
                           significant amounts of hail fell at the
                           same time across parts of the county.
                           The hail clogged several culverts which
                           resulted in rural flooding over several
                           county roads near tributaries of the
                           Little Nemaha River.

NEBRASKA, Extreme Northeast

  Dakota County
    Jackson                Hail (0.75)

  Dakota County
    South Sioux City       Flash Flood

                           Runoff from heavy rain caused street
                           flooding, including water covering a
                           large part of Dakota Avenue.

NEBRASKA, Extreme Southwest

  NEZ079>080
                           High Wind (G50)

                           Strong gradient winds developed at the
                           surface resulting in sustained winds of
                           40 mph with gusts of 55 to 60 mph over
                           SW Nebraska.

  Dundy County
    4 W Haigler            Hail (1.00)

NEBRASKA, South Central

  Adams County
    Hastings               Hail (0.75)

  Hamilton County
    1 NW Aurora            Hail (0.75)

  Merrick County
    Central City           Hail (0.75)

  Clay County
    6 SE Clay Center       Hail (1.50)

                           Sunrise thunderstorms dropped hail
                           along State Highway 14 from Clay Center
                           to Central City, including penny size
                           hail covering the ground just north of
                           Aurora.

  York County
    York                   Heavy Rain

  York County
    York                   Hail (1.75)

  York County
    1 NE York              Funnel Cloud

  York County
    4 W Waco               Hail (1.00)

  York County
    3 W Waco               Funnel Cloud

  Fillmore County
    5 N Fairmont           Hail (0.88)

  Hamilton County
    7 NE Stockham          Hail (0.75)

  York County
    5 NE Mc Cool Jct       Hail (0.75)

  York County
    5 S Waco               Hail (1.00)

  Fillmore County
    5 W Grafton            Hail (1.75)

  Fillmore County
    3 W Grafton            Funnel Cloud

  Fillmore County
    4 W Grafton to         Tornado (F0)
    3.5 W Grafton

                           A tornado in far northwest Fillmore
                           County knocked over an irrigation
                           center pivot on its short path.

  York County
    3 W Lushton            Funnel Cloud

  York County
    York                   Flash Flood

  York County
    1 S Lushton            Tornado (F0)

                           A brief tornado was reported by local
                           law enforcement near Lushton in
                           southwest York County. No damage was
                           reported.

  Fillmore County
    4 N Geneva             Hail (1.75)

  Fillmore County
    Exeter                 Hail (0.88)

  Fillmore County
    Geneva                 Hail (1.75)

  York County
    Waco                   Flash Flood

  Fillmore County
    3 S Geneva             Hail (2.75)

                           Baseball size hail pounded the vehicle
                           of the Fillmore County Emergency
                           Manager. The windshield was shattered
                           and glass flew into the eyes of the
                           Emergency Manager. He was able to drive
                           to the local hospital to receive
                           treatment and was released.

  Fillmore County
    4 E Shickley           Hail (1.75)

  Fillmore County
    Strang                 Hail (1.75)

  Nuckolls County
    3 W Ruskin             Heavy Rain

  Polk County
    7 S Shelby             Flash Flood

  Fillmore County
    4 W Ohiowa             Hail (2.75)

  Thayer County
    5 W Bruning            Funnel Cloud

  Thayer County
    Bruning                Hail (1.75)

  Thayer County
    3 E Belvidere          Funnel Cloud

  Nuckolls County
    3 N Hardy              Hail (1.25)

  Thayer County
    Gilead                 Hail (0.75)

  Nuckolls County
    1 W Ruskin             Hail (1.00)

  Thayer County
    Deshler                Hail (0.75)

  Nuckolls County
    Ruskin                 Hail (1.75)

  Thayer County
    4 W Chester            Hail (0.75)

  Thayer County
    4 W Chester            Funnel Cloud

                           A wild night of weather became the
                           first major severe weather event of the
                           season in south central Nebraska.
                           Severe thunderstorms were responsible
                           for tornadoes, very large hail and
                           flash flooding, mainly east of Columbus
                           to Hastings line.

                           Fillmore County was hardest hit.
                           A tornado in the northwest corner
                           of the county damaged a center pivot.
                           The county Emergency Manager was
                           injured by flying glass after baseball
                           sized hail pummeled his vehicles'
                           windshield. He was treated and released
                           from the hospital that evening. The
                           hail hammered much of the county over
                           the course of 3 to 4 hours. Geneva
                           sustained some of the more widespread
                           property damage. Damage in Fillmore
                           County totaled in the millions. In
                           York County, a tornado was reported
                           south of Lushton, but not damaged was
                           noted. Drifts of golf ball size hail
                           and heavy rain pounded York County as
                           well.

                           Flash flooding was reported in York and
                           Polk counties. In York County, the
                           underpass north of downtown was full
                           of water and the Beaver Creek Trails
                           on the west side of town flooded. In
                           Polk County, there were several roads
                           reported under water around 8 pm in
                           eastern sections of the county. Heavy
                           rain of 1 to 3 inches in eastern
                           Nuckolls County caused damage to
                           county roads around Ruskin and Hardy.

  Nuckolls County
    Superior               Hail (0.75)

  Nuckolls County
    Nelson                 Hail (1.00)

  Thayer County
    2 N Hebron             Hail (1.00)

  Clay County
    4 E Clay Center        Hail (1.00)

  Hamilton County
    Stockham               Hail (0.75)

  Hamilton County
    Phillips               Hail (1.75)

  Merrick County
    4 SW Chapman           Hail (2.00)

  Merrick County
    1 SW Palmer            Hail (1.50)

  Nance County
    2 N Fullerton          Hail (1.00)

  Greeley County
    7 N Wolbach            Hail (1.75)

                           Scattered severe thunderstorms rumbled
                           across a section of south central
                           Nebraska, along and east of U.S.
                           Highway 281 in the evening and
                           overnight. Two inch in diameter hail
                           was reported southwest of Chapman in
                           Merrick County and golf ball size was
                           reported by trained spotters at
                           Phillips in Hamilton County. One
                           severe thunderstorm with golf ball
                           size hail flattened a one foot high
                           alfalfa field north of Wolbach. The
                           hail covered the ground, and
                           literally pulverized the alfalfa
                           right down to the ground.

  Greeley County
    4 NW Greeley           Hail (0.75)

  Greeley County
    14 N Greeley           Hail (0.75)

  Nance County
    3 N Fullerton          Hail (1.25)

                           Isolated severe thunderstorms rumbled
                           north of Nebraska State Highway 92 on
                           the afternoon of April 21 st, and
                           dropped penny to slightly larger than
                           quarter size hail.

NEBRASKA, West

  Morrill County
    12 SE Bridgeport       Hail (0.75)

  Cheyenne County
    Sidney                 Hail (1.75)

                           Nickel to golfball-sized hail reported.

  Scotts Bluff County
    16 ENE Scottsbluff     Hail (1.00)

  Cheyenne County
    Sidney                 Hail (1.00)

  Box Butte County
    22 WSW Alliance        Hail (1.75)

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