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Storm
Data
 
A preliminary map of storm data report for May 10, 2010 is available here.
The official NWS Norman storm data report for May 2010 is available here.
The official NWS Tulsa storm data report for May 2010 is available here.
 

Preliminary SPC Storm Reports Associated with the
May 10, 2010 Tornado Outbreak in Oklahoma

 
 

Preliminary NWS Norman Storm Reports Associated with the
May 10, 2010 Tornado Outbreak in Oklahoma

 

The following are severe weather reports received and issued as local storm reports (LSRs) by the NWS Norman staff for the May 10, 2010 tornado outbreak.  These were the preliminary reports received by the NWS.  For the final severe weather documentation, refer to the Storm Data links above.

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

0245 PM     HAIL             NW ALVA                 36.80N 98.67W
05/10/2010  E1.50 INCH       WOODS              OK   PUBLIC

0249 PM     NON-TSTM WND GST GAGE                    36.32N 99.76W
05/10/2010  M63.00 MPH       ELLIS              OK   ASOS

0300 PM     NON-TSTM WND GST 8 WSW ARNETT            36.09N 99.90W
05/10/2010  M58.00 MPH       ELLIS              OK   MESONET

0303 PM     HAIL             E LAMBERT               36.68N 98.42W
05/10/2010  E1.75 INCH       ALFALFA            OK   TRAINED SPOTTER

0310 PM     HAIL             CHEROKEE                36.75N 98.35W
05/10/2010  E4.25 INCH       ALFALFA            OK   STORM CHASER

            NUMEROUS BUILDINGS HAD BROKEN WINDOWS. REPORT RELAYED
            FROM NWS TULSA.

0320 PM     HAIL             CHEROKEE                36.75N 98.35W
05/10/2010  E2.75 INCH       ALFALFA            OK   STORM CHASER

0333 PM     TORNADO          11 SW WAKITA            36.77N 98.06W
05/10/2010                   GRANT              OK   TRAINED SPOTTER

            ON THE GROUND FOR A MINUTE BEFORE LIFTING OFF THE GROUND.
            REPORTS FROM MULTIPLE SPOTTER AND CHASERS.

0343 PM     TORNADO          6 NW MEDFORD            36.87N 97.81W
05/10/2010                   GRANT              OK   NWS EMPLOYEE

            SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE REPORTED. LOCATION ESTIMATED.

0357 PM     HAIL             WAUKOMIS                36.28N 97.90W
05/10/2010  E1.00 INCH       GARFIELD           OK   AMATEUR RADIO

0400 PM     HAIL             3 SE RENFROW            36.89N 97.62W
05/10/2010  E2.75 INCH       GRANT              OK   PUBLIC

            DAMAGE REPORTED

0400 PM     HAIL             WAUKOMIS                36.28N 97.90W
05/10/2010  E1.75 INCH       GARFIELD           OK   AMATEUR RADIO

0402 PM     HAIL             5 E VANCE AIR FORCE BAS 36.34N 97.81W
05/10/2010  E1.00 INCH       GARFIELD           OK   AMATEUR RADIO

0408 PM     HAIL             3 E WAUKOMIS            36.28N 97.84W
05/10/2010  E1.75 INCH       GARFIELD           OK   PUBLIC

0410 PM     HAIL             1 SE FAIRMONT           36.34N 97.69W
05/10/2010  E2.00 INCH       GARFIELD           OK   AMATEUR RADIO

0415 PM     HAIL             6 E BILLINGS            36.53N 97.34W
05/10/2010  E4.75 INCH       NOBLE              OK   TRAINED SPOTTER

            DAMAGE TO CARS.

0417 PM     HAIL             GARBER                  36.44N 97.58W
05/10/2010  E2.50 INCH       GARFIELD           OK   PUBLIC

0425 PM     HAIL             GARBER                  36.44N 97.58W
05/10/2010  E1.75 INCH       GARFIELD           OK   AMATEUR RADIO

0430 PM     TORNADO          4 N BRAMAN              36.98N 97.33W
05/10/2010                   KAY                OK   EMERGENCY MNGR

            LOCATION ESTIMATED. DAMAGE REPORTED WITH TRANSPORTS
            FLIPPED.

0445 PM     TSTM WND DMG     5 NNW PERRY             36.36N 97.32W
05/10/2010                   NOBLE              OK   PUBLIC

            HALF OF A ROOF BLOWN OFF A HOME ON OLD JOHN DEERE ROAD.
            TIME IS APPROXIMATED BASED ON RADAR.

0450 PM     TSTM WND DMG     2 E CASHION             35.80N 97.64W
05/10/2010                   LOGAN              OK   EMERGENCY MNGR

            3 HAM ANTENNAS BLOWN DOWN...NUMEROUS SHEDS DAMAGED.
            SIDING FROM A HOUSE WAS DAMAGED.

0450 PM     TORNADO          4 SW YUKON              35.47N 97.80W
05/10/2010                   CANADIAN           OK   BROADCAST MEDIA

            VIA KOTV...AND NUMEROUS SPOTTER REPORTS.

0453 PM     TORNADO          1 NNE RED ROCK          36.47N 97.17W
05/10/2010                   NOBLE              OK   BROADCAST MEDIA

            TWO INDEPENDENT REPORTS OF A TORNADO NORTH OF RED ROCK.
            ONE REPORT SAID DEBRIS IN THE AIR.

0515 PM     TSTM WND DMG     3 N NORMAN              35.26N 97.44W
05/10/2010                   CLEVELAND          OK   PUBLIC

            BRADFORD PEAR TREE SHEARED OFF AT THE BOTTOM. FENCE BLOWN
            ACROSS ROAD. SOME SHINGLES OFF HOUSES. POWER POLES DOWN
            TOO.

0515 PM     HAIL             DEL CITY                35.45N 97.44W
05/10/2010  E3.75 INCH       OKLAHOMA           OK   PUBLIC

            3.5 TO 4 INCH DIAMETER HAIL. DELAYED REPORT.

0516 PM     HAIL             MOORE                   35.34N 97.49W
05/10/2010  E2.75 INCH       CLEVELAND          OK   AMATEUR RADIO

0518 PM     TORNADO          2 SW MOORE              35.32N 97.51W
05/10/2010                   CLEVELAND          OK   AMATEUR RADIO

            TORNADO ORIGINALLY REPORTED BY MULTIPLE SOURCES NEAR
            164TH AND JUST EAST OF WESTERN AVE IN MOORE. NUMEROUS
            TORNADO REPORTS TO THE EAST NORTHEAST THROUGH MOORE CITY
            LIMITS.

0520 PM     TSTM WND GST     2 NW NORMAN             35.24N 97.47W
05/10/2010  M63.00 MPH       CLEVELAND          OK   MESONET

0523 PM     HAIL             4 W MOORE               35.34N 97.56W
05/10/2010  M2.13 INCH       CLEVELAND          OK   NWS EMPLOYEE

0525 PM     TORNADO          3 ESE MOORE             35.32N 97.44W
05/10/2010                   CLEVELAND          OK   EMERGENCY MNGR

            POWER LINES DOWN AND REPORTS OF ROOFS BLOWN OFF HOUSES SE
            149TH BETWEEN SUNNYLANE AND SOONER RD.

0525 PM     HAIL             1 ENE MOORE             35.34N 97.47W
05/10/2010  E4.00 INCH       CLEVELAND          OK   NWS EMPLOYEE

            INITIAL OBSERVER REPORTED THAT THE HAIL WAS ACTUALLY
            LARGER BEFORE IT WAS LATER PHOTOGRAPHED AT AROUND 4
            INCHES IN DIAMETER.

0530 PM     HAIL             1 SE MOORE              35.33N 97.47W
05/10/2010  E2.75 INCH       CLEVELAND          OK   PUBLIC

            ALSO TREE DAMAGE REPORTED IN THE AREA.

0530 PM     HAIL             3 S CHOCTAW             35.44N 97.27W
05/10/2010  E1.75 INCH       OKLAHOMA           OK   PUBLIC

0532 PM     HAIL             RYAN                    34.02N 97.95W
05/10/2010  E1.75 INCH       JEFFERSON          OK   PUBLIC

0532 PM     TSTM WND GST     2 SE NORMAN             35.20N 97.42W
05/10/2010  M64.00 MPH       CLEVELAND          OK   NWS EMPLOYEE

            56 KNOT WIND GUST MEASURED BY ANEMOMETER AT NATIONAL
            WEATHER CENTER AS FUNNEL PASSED NEARBY.

0533 PM     TORNADO          2 SE NORMAN             35.20N 97.42W
05/10/2010                   CLEVELAND          OK   BROADCAST MEDIA

            FUNNEL CLOUD WAS ORIGINALLY OBSERVED DESCENDING RAPIDLY
            AT 532 PM FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER CENTER BUILDING.
            DAMAGE AND TOUCHDOWN REPORTED JUST EAST OF THE BUILDING
            ALONG HIGHWAY 9. TORNADO THEN GREW IN SIZE...SIGNIFICANT
            AND LARGE TORNADO STILL ON THE GROUND CAUSING DAMAGE.

0537 PM     HAIL             STILLWATER              36.12N 97.06W
05/10/2010  E1.75 INCH       PAYNE              OK   EMERGENCY MNGR

0538 PM     TORNADO          4 SE NORMAN             35.18N 97.39W
05/10/2010                   CLEVELAND          OK   NWS EMPLOYEE

            TORNADO THAT ORIGINALLY TOUCHED DOWN NEAR HIGHWAY 9
            CROSSED NEAR HIGHWAY 9 AND 60TH. MEASURED WINDS OF 103
            MPH REPORTED BY AN ANEMOMETER AT THAT LOCATION. TIME IS
            EXACT. TORNADO DAMAGE ALSO REPORTED.

0600 PM     HAIL             OSCAR                   33.98N 97.75W
05/10/2010  E2.00 INCH       JEFFERSON          OK   PUBLIC

0605 PM     TORNADO          7 W SEMINOLE            35.23N 96.80W
05/10/2010                   POTTAWATOMIE       OK   EMERGENCY MNGR

            LOCATION ESTIMATED BY EMERGENCY MANAGER WHO VIEWED THE
            TORNADO.

0615 PM     TORNADO          3 SE HEALDTON           34.20N 97.45W
05/10/2010                   CARTER             OK   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN CAUSING DAMAGE TO TREES AND POWER
            LINES...WITH MINOR STRUCTURAL DAMAGE.

0620 PM     HAIL             9 E OVERBROOK           34.07N 96.99W
05/10/2010  E1.75 INCH       CARTER             OK   PUBLIC

0620 PM     TORNADO          1 N SEMINOLE            35.24N 96.67W
05/10/2010                   SEMINOLE           OK   OTHER FEDERAL

            LARGE TORNADO REPORTED BY THE VORTEX TEAMS CROSSING JUST
            NORTH OF SEMINOLE. NEW INFORMATION...SEMINOLE COUNTY EM
            REPORTS SUBSTANTIAL DAMAGE AT SEMINOLE AIRPORT WITH
            HANGARS DESTROYED.

0625 PM     HAIL             2 SE NORMAN             35.20N 97.42W
05/10/2010  E1.00 INCH       CLEVELAND          OK   NWS EMPLOYEE

            FALLING AT THE NATIONAL WEATHER CENTER.

0630 PM     HAIL             5 SE DAVIS              34.45N 97.06W
05/10/2010  E1.00 INCH       MURRAY             OK   PUBLIC

            DELAYED REPORT RELAYED BY NWS AMARILLO EMPLOYEE

0630 PM     HAIL             10 NW MARIETTA          34.04N 97.25W
05/10/2010  E4.25 INCH       LOVE               OK   EMERGENCY MNGR

            REPORTS OF GOLFBALL...BASEBALL...UP TO SOFTBALL SIZE HAIL
            IN NORTHERN LOVE COUNTY. TIME APPROXIMATE.

0634 PM     TORNADO          ARDMORE                 34.17N 97.13W
05/10/2010                   CARTER             OK   EMERGENCY MNGR

            TORNADO NEAR ARDMORE...EXACT LOCATION UNSPECIFIED.

0638 PM     TORNADO          3 SW PURCELL            34.98N 97.41W
05/10/2010                   MCCLAIN            OK   EMERGENCY MNGR

            NUMEROUS REPORTS OF STRUCTURAL DAMAGE ALONG A LINE FROM
            THE MID AMERICA TECHNOLOGY CENTER...TO SE OF
            LEXINGTON...TO ALONG HIGHWAY 39 IN S CLEVELAND CO...AND
            JUST INTO SOUTHWEST POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY. THE SPATIAL
            CONSISTENCY OF THE REPORTS SUGGESTS A POSSIBLE TORNADO
            PATH. THIS PATH HAS NOT BEEN OFFICIALLY SURVEYED...AND
            THIS INFORMATION SHOULD BE CONSIDERED PRELIMINARY. TIME
            IS ESTIMATED.

DELAYED REPORT BASED ON SEVERAL DAMAGE ACCOUNTS.

0639 PM     TORNADO          5 W MANNSVILLE          34.19N 96.97W
05/10/2010                   CARTER             OK   EMERGENCY MNGR

0650 PM     HAIL             MEEKER                  35.50N 96.89W
05/10/2010  E1.00 INCH       LINCOLN            OK   EMERGENCY MNGR

            RADAR ESTIMATED TIME

0705 PM     HAIL             LAKE MURRAY             34.07N 97.07W
05/10/2010  E1.00 INCH       LOVE               OK   PUBLIC

0708 PM     TORNADO          LEBANON                 33.99N 96.91W
05/10/2010                   MARSHALL           OK   EMERGENCY MNGR

            LARGE TORNADO REPORTED JUST ON OKLAHOMA SIDE OF RED RIVER
            BY MULTIPLE SOURCES.

0719 PM     TORNADO          1 S LEBANON             33.97N 96.91W
05/10/2010                   MARSHALL           OK   NWS EMPLOYEE

            NEW TORNADO...DIFFERENT FROM PREVIOUSLY REPORTED
            TORNADO...JUST ON OKLAHOMA SIDE OF RED RIVER. ALSO
            REPORTED AS A LARGE TORNADO. RELAYED BY NWS FORT WORTH.

0720 PM     HAIL             MAUD                    35.13N 96.78W
05/10/2010  E1.00 INCH       POTTAWATOMIE       OK   PUBLIC

            APPROXIMATE TIME. ALSO SHINGLES BLOWN OFF ROOF AND TREE
            LIMBS BLOWN DOWN.

0720 PM     TSTM WND DMG     MAUD                    35.13N 96.78W
05/10/2010                   POTTAWATOMIE       OK   PUBLIC

            SHINGLES BLOWN OFF ROOF AND TREE LIMBS DOWN. ALSO QUARTER
            SIZE HAIL REPORTED. APPROXIMATE TIME.

0725 PM     TSTM WND GST     4 N ADA                 34.83N 96.66W
05/10/2010  M75.00 MPH       PONTOTOC           OK   EMERGENCY MNGR

            LOCATION APPROXIMATE.

0732 PM     HAIL             12 SW ADA               34.65N 96.81W
05/10/2010  E1.00 INCH       PONTOTOC           OK   EMERGENCY MNGR

0750 PM     HAIL             5 S DAVIS               34.43N 97.12W
05/10/2010  E1.00 INCH       MURRAY             OK   PUBLIC

            ALONG HWY 77

0810 PM     TORNADO          3 S MILL CREEK          34.36N 96.82W
05/10/2010                   JOHNSTON           OK   EMERGENCY MNGR

0811 PM     TORNADO          5 SW MILL CREEK         34.35N 96.89W
05/10/2010                   MURRAY             OK   EMERGENCY MNGR

0815 PM     HAIL             5 S FITTSTOWN           34.55N 96.63W
05/10/2010  E1.00 INCH       PONTOTOC           OK   EMERGENCY MNGR

0850 PM     TORNADO          3 S COLEMAN             34.23N 96.42W
05/10/2010                   JOHNSTON           OK   EMERGENCY MNGR

0857 PM     HAIL             4 SW MARIETTA           33.89N 97.17W
05/10/2010  E1.00 INCH       LOVE               OK   CO-OP OBSERVER

            RADAR ESTIMATED TIME.

0911 PM     TSTM WND GST     2 SW COLBERT            33.84N 96.53W
05/10/2010  E60.00 MPH       BRYAN              OK   EMERGENCY MNGR