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Storm
Data
 
The official NWS Norman storm data report for November 2011 is available here.
 

Preliminary Storm Reports on November 7, 2011
Compiled by the Storm Prediction Center

 
 

Preliminary Storm Reports on November 7, 2011 from NWS Norman

 
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK

120 AM CST MON NOV 07 2011
..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

1100 PM     FLASH FLOOD      RINGLING                34.18N 97.59W
11/06/2011                   JEFFERSON          OK   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            SOME COUNTRY ROADS IMPASSABLE. PINE STREET CLOSED JUST
            WEST OF TOWN. 1S OF TOWN HWY 89 NEAR LONG BRANCH CREEK
            PARTIALLY UNDERWATER.

1130 PM     FLASH FLOOD      HEALDTON                34.23N 97.49W
11/06/2011                   CARTER             OK   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            SOME STREET FLOODING IN TOWN. A FEW STREETS WERE BLOCKED
            OFF.

1245 AM     FLOOD            SULPHUR                 34.51N 96.98W
11/07/2011                   MURRAY             OK   TRAINED SPOTTER

            RESIDENT REPORTED 5.25 INCHES OF RAIN HAVING FALLEN WITH
            MORE RAIN FALLING AT TIME OF REPORT. OVER 1 FOOT OF
            STANDING WATER OBSERVED IN A BACK YARD.

0100 AM     FLASH FLOOD      TURNER FALLS            34.42N 97.15W
11/07/2011                   MURRAY             OK   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            SEVERAL FOOT BRIDGES DAMAGED IN THE PARK. SEVERAL
            BUILDINGS FLOODED IN THE PARK. SEVERAL PEOPLE STRANDED
            ACROSS A CREEK IN THE PARK.

0200 AM     FLASH FLOOD      SULPHUR                 34.51N 96.98W
11/07/2011                   MURRAY             OK   FIRE DEPT/RESCUE

            SOME STREETS IN TOWN WERE CLOSED, BUT WERE REOPENED BY
            LATE MORNING.

0200 AM     FLASH FLOOD      DAVIS                   34.50N 97.12W
11/07/2011                   MURRAY             OK   EMERGENCY MNGR

            CULVERT WASHED OUT ON HANOVER ST BETWEEN CHERRY RD AND
            HWY 7

0320 AM     FLASH FLOOD      SULPHUR                 34.51N 96.98W
11/07/2011                   MURRAY             OK   PUBLIC

            HOMES FLOODED ALONG 10TH STREET AND ALONG 15TH STREET
            NEAR MUSKOGEE AND VINITIA STREETS. FLOODING ALSO AT A
            NEARBY ATHLETIC COMPLEX. REPORT RELAYED BY WFO SJT.

0150 PM     HAIL             5 W HOLLIS              34.69N 100.00W
11/07/2011  E1.75 INCH       HARMON             OK   TRAINED SPOTTER

0225 PM     HAIL             1 W REED                34.90N 99.70W
11/07/2011  E1.75 INCH       GREER              OK   STORM CHASER

0230 PM     HAIL             10 W MANGUM             34.88N 99.68W
11/07/2011  E1.75 INCH       GREER              OK   EMERGENCY MNGR

0254 PM     TORNADO          3 S TIPTON              34.46N 99.14W 
11/07/2011                   TILLMAN            OK   AMATEUR RADIO   

            THIS LONG-LIVED TORNADO WAS OBSERVED PASSING TO THE SOUTH
            AND EAST OF TIPTON. IT LIKELY DEVELOPED IN EXTREME 
            NORTHERN WILBARGER COUNTY TEXAS ABOUT 4 MILES 
            EAST-NORTHEAST OF FARGO TEXAS AT AROUND 238 PM CST, AND 
            DISSIPATED ABOUT 3 MILES NORTHEAST OF TIPTON AT AROUND 
            315 PM CST.

0315 PM     TORNADO          2 NW MANITOU            34.53N 99.01W 
11/07/2011                   TILLMAN            OK   TRAINED SPOTTER 

            A TORNADO DEVELOPED TO THE WEST OR NORTHWEST OF MANITOU 
            AT APPROXIMATELY 315 PM CST.. MOVED NORTHEAST AND 
            DISSIPATED NEAR US HIGHWAY 183 LIKELY JUST NORTH OF THE 
            KIOWA/TILLMAN COUNTY LINE SOUTH OF SNYDER.

0320 PM     HAIL             LUGERT                  34.90N 99.27W
11/07/2011  E1.25 INCH       KIOWA              OK   EMERGENCY MNGR

0325 PM     TSTM WND GST     10 S SNYDER             34.51N 98.95W
11/07/2011  E70 MPH          TILLMAN            OK   TRAINED SPOTTER

0338 PM     TORNADO          3 E SNYDER              34.66N 98.90W 
11/07/2011                   KIOWA              OK   TRAINED SPOTTER 

0350 PM     TORNADO          6 ENE MOUNTAIN PARK     34.72N 98.84W 
11/07/2011                   KIOWA              OK   TRAINED SPOTTER 

            A TORNADO DEVELOPED SOUTHEAST OF THE INTERSECTION OF 
            STATE HIGHWAYS 49 AND 54 IN SOUTHEASTERN KIOWA COUNTY. 
            THIS TORNADO MOVED NORTHEAST THROUGH THE WICHITA 
            MOUNTAINS WILDLIFE REFUGE IN NORTHWESTERN COMANCHE 
            COUNTY.. THEN MOVED BACK INTO KIOWA COUNTY AND DISSIPATED
            AT APPROXIMATELY 425 PM CST EAST-NORTHEAST OF SADDLE 
            MOUNTAIN.

0350 PM     HAIL             1 N SNYDER              34.67N 98.95W
11/07/2011  E2.00 INCH       KIOWA              OK   CO-OP OBSERVER

0412 PM     HAIL             10 S SAYRE              35.15N 99.63W
11/07/2011  E1.75 INCH       BECKHAM            OK   EMERGENCY MNGR

0434 PM     HAIL             1 W TONKAWA             36.68N 97.33W
11/07/2011  E1.00 INCH       KAY                OK   EMERGENCY MNGR

0445 PM     TORNADO          7 SSE CARNEGIE          35.01N 98.55W 
11/07/2011                   CADDO              OK   TRAINED SPOTTER 

            THIS TORNADO WAS OBSERVED TO THE SOUTH-SOUTHEAST OF 
            CARNEGIE AND TO THE SOUTHWEST OF FORT COBB AND LASTED FOR
            A FEW MINUTES.

0448 PM     TSTM WND GST     BURNS FLAT              35.36N 99.18W
11/07/2011  M92 MPH          WASHITA            OK   ASOS

            KCSM MEASURED WINDS OF 80 KNOTS.

0500 PM     TORNADO          3 NW FORT COBB          35.13N 98.47W 
11/07/2011                   CADDO              OK   TRAINED SPOTTER 

            THIS MULTIPLE-VORTEX TORNADO DEVELOPED AT APPROXIMATELY 
            500 PM CST TO THE NORTHWEST OF FORT COBB... AND MOVED 
            NORTH AFFECTING AREAS AROUND FORT COBB LAKE. THIS TORNADO
            LASTED 10 TO 15 MINUTES.

0518 PM     HAIL             4 W BESSIE              35.38N 99.06W
11/07/2011  E1.75 INCH       WASHITA            OK   FIRE DEPT/RESCUE
            ALSO REPORTED 60 MPH WINDS.

0531 PM     HAIL             CORN                    35.38N 98.78W
11/07/2011  E1.75 INCH       WASHITA            OK   TRAINED SPOTTER

            ALSO REPORTED 60 MPH WINDS.

0605 PM     HAIL             CEDAR VALE              37.11N 96.50W
11/07/2011  E0.88 INCH       CHAUTAUQUA         KS   TRAINED SPOTTER

0606 PM     HAIL             HYDRO                   35.55N 98.58W
11/07/2011  E1.00 INCH       CADDO              OK   LAW ENFORCEMENT

0608 PM     HAIL             1 E CEDAR VALE          37.11N 96.48W
11/07/2011  E0.88 INCH       CHAUTAUQUA         KS   EMERGENCY MNGR

0610 PM     HAIL             5 E CEDAR VALE          37.11N 96.41W
11/07/2011  E1.75 INCH       CHAUTAUQUA         KS   EMERGENCY MNGR

            HAIL WAS MOSTLY DIME TO QUARTER SIZE...BUT A FEW WERE UP
            TO GOLFBALL SIZE. THE HAIL OCCURRED WITH 50 MPH WINDS.

0639 PM     HAIL             7 W ALTUS               34.64N 99.46W
11/07/2011  E1.75 INCH       JACKSON            OK   AMATEUR RADIO

0639 PM     HAIL             MARTHA                  34.73N 99.39W
11/07/2011  E1.00 INCH       JACKSON            OK   AMATEUR RADIO

0641 PM     HAIL             2 N BLAIR               34.81N 99.33W
11/07/2011  E1.75 INCH       JACKSON            OK   AMATEUR RADIO

0643 PM     HAIL             MARTHA                  34.73N 99.39W
11/07/2011  E1.75 INCH       JACKSON            OK   AMATEUR RADIO

0712 PM     TSTM WND GST     ALTUS AIR FORCE BASE    34.66N 99.29W
11/07/2011  M67 MPH          JACKSON            OK   ASOS

            KLTS REPORTED WIND GUST MEASURED AT 58 KNOTS.

0814 PM     TSTM WND GST     ALTUS AIR FORCE BASE    34.66N 99.29W
11/07/2011  M72 MPH          JACKSON            OK   ASOS

0815 PM     TSTM WND GST     3 N ALTUS               34.68N 99.33W
11/07/2011  E62 MPH          JACKSON            OK   AWOS

            ALTUS/QUARTZ MOUNTAIN AIRPORT

0825 PM     TSTM WND GST     2 NNW PERKINS           36.00N 97.05W
11/07/2011  M66 MPH          PAYNE              OK   MESONET

0830 PM     TSTM WND GST     2 NNW PERKINS           36.00N 97.05W
11/07/2011  M81 MPH          PAYNE              OK   MESONET

0930 PM     HAIL             7 SSW FORT COBB         35.01N 98.49W
11/07/2011  E1.00 INCH       CADDO              OK   AMATEUR RADIO

1045 PM     HAIL             4 W NEWCASTLE           35.25N 97.67W
11/07/2011  E1.00 INCH       GRADY              OK   TRAINED SPOTTER


1100 PM     TSTM WND DMG     2 NW NORMAN             35.24N 97.47W 
11/07/2011                   CLEVELAND          OK   PUBLIC          

            DAMAGE REPORTED TO HANGARS AND PLANES AT MAX WESTHEIMER 
            AIRPORT. TIME ESTIMATED FROM RADAR.

1106 PM     TSTM WND GST     NORMAN                  35.22N 97.44W
11/07/2011  E70 MPH          CLEVELAND          OK   NWS EMPLOYEE

            12TH AVE NE AND TECUMSEH RD


1200 AM     TSTM WND DMG     2 NW NORMAN             35.24N 97.47W 
11/08/2011                   CLEVELAND          OK   PUBLIC          

            DAMAGE REPORTED TO HANGARS AND PLANES AT MAX WESTHEIMER 
            AIRPORT. TIME ESTIMATED FROM RADAR.