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Overview

Several rounds of storms producing widespread severe weather and flooding occurred across southeastern Kansas and the Missouri Ozarks during the afternoon and overnight hours on April 30th. This system produced 26 tornadoes across area.

 


Tornado Tracks

Tornadoes:

Tornado - Pleasant Ridge MO
Barry County, MO

Date 04/30/2019
Time (Local) 4:25 PM CDT
EF Rating EF-0
Est. Peak Winds 85 mph
Path Length 5 miles
Max Width 200 yards
Injuries/Deaths 0/0

Summary:  The supercell that caused the Wheaton tornado produced a second tornado southwest of Pleasant Ridge. Distant damage to trees was noted in inaccessible areas west of Highway BB before causing roof panels to be torn off outbuildings along the highway, and then again to distant trees into Prairie Run Hollow.  The damage to trees became convergent as it tracked into forested areas along FR 2032 before resuming an intermittent path to trees along portions of FR 1140 with the last evidence found to be northeast of Pleasant Ridge north of Highway Z.  The tornado was on the ground for about 10 minutes.  

Tornado - Wheaton MO
McDonald/Barry Counties MO

Date 4/30/2019
Time (Local) 3:42 PM CDT
EF Rating EF-1
Est. Peak Winds 110 mph
Path Length 12 miles
Max Width 880 yards
Injuries/Deaths 0/0

Summary:  A Missouri Highway Patrolman and Sheriff Department Deputy observed the tornado to have touched down along Carnell Road southwest of Rocky Comfort in McDonald County and intermittently caused light damage to trees before causing minor damage to the roof of an outbuilding along Chitwood Rd…then substantial damage as it tracked into Barry County near a commercial farming operation near the intersection of Highways 76 and 86.  While multiple large barns were heavily damaged, the most striking damage at this location was the destruction of a two story home, though it appeared that the lower walls had collapsed as the second story was more or less intact.  Wind speeds associated with the damage to the home were reduced due to the lack of damage to nearby trees and power lines. The tornado continued to cause mainly roof damage to a number of homes as it crossed through the southern section of Wheaton.  Clusters of more intense and a cyclonic tree fall pattern involving hundreds of trees were noted east of Wheaton interspersed with sections of limited damage as the tornado tracked northeast along portions of Highway W, through rural areas along Shoal Cr, and then on FRs 1035, 1040, Highway HH, and 1045 before the last visible damage to trees north of FR 2095.The tornado was on the ground for about 18 minutes.

Tornado - Miller #1 (Southeast)
Lawrence County, MO

Date 4/30/2019
Time (Local) 3:22 PM CDT
EF Rating EF-1
Est. Peak Winds 95 mph
Path Length 4 miles
Max Width 100 yards
Injuries/Deaths 0/0

Summary:  This was the first of two tornadoes that touched down in the Miller area.  The most concentrated damage was to a metal  building on Highway 39 that had a large portion of the roof torn off.  The occupant of the building saw the tornado approaching.  Damage to trees southwest of that location marked the beginning of the track.  Intermittent damage then extended along a path through the southern and eastern portions of Miller, along DD near the intersection of Main St. 

The tornado continued northeast into inaccessible areas though damage to trees and an outbuilding was again noted along FR 1140.   The tornado was on the ground for about 12 minutes.

Tornado - Ozark/SE Greene Co
Christian/Greene Counties MO

Date 4/30/2019
Time (Local) 8:28 PM
EF Rating EF-2
Est. Peak Winds 134 mph
Path Length 10 miles
Max Width 400 yards
Injuries/Deaths 3/0

Summary:  Numerous homes heavily damaged and a few destroyed...several outbuildings damaged or destroyed....and thousands of trees uprooted.

Tornado - Miller #2 (North)
Lawrence/Dade Counties MO

Date 4/30/2019
Time (Local) 7:38 PM CDT
EF Rating EF-1
Est. Peak Winds 95 mph
Path Length 0.6 miles
Max Width 50 yards
Injuries/Deaths 0/0

Summary:  This is the second tornado to have touched down in the Miller area during this storm event. This tornado touched down northwest of Miller along the Dade County line and was produced by a cluster of storms that had followed several hours after a supercell produced a tornado southwest to northeast of Miller.  Tree fall patterns were determined to be tornadic along a short intermittent path from west of Highway UU to along Highway NN (the Dade/Lawrence Co line) before the last sign of damage north of the intersection of FR 1085 and Highway NN where trees were uprooted, including one that heavily damaged a home as it fell.  The tornado was on the ground for about two minutes.

Tornado - Eudora MO
Polk County MO

Date 4/30/2019
Time (Local) 7:40 PM CDT
EF Rating EF-1
Est. Peak Winds 95 mph
Path Length 2 miles
Max Width 100 yards
Injuries/Deaths 0/0

Summary: Damage associated with the Eudora tornado was first noted with the downing of limbs west of Highway 123.  The tornado intensified as it crossed the highway with several trees snapped before continuing into remote areas.  The damage path was again visible along FR 546 were the tornado took the roof off a home, damaged another and overturned a recreational vehicle before diminishing to broken limbs along and east of FR 60.  

Tornado - Willard #1 North
Greene County MO

Date 4/30/2019
Time (Local) 8:15 PM CDT
EF Rating EF-1
Est. Peak Winds 100 mph
Path Length 2 miles
Max Width 200 yards
Injuries/Deaths 0/0

Summary:  A cyclonic tree fall pattern was observed within an intermittent  path of trees and a few outbuildings that began just east of Highway 123 and continued along FR 64 to east of Highway Z.  A noticeable break along the southern (right)  flank of this tornadic path which separated a path of up to 70 mph straight line wind damage along and south of FR 68 that continued into the northern parts of Willard. The tornado was on the ground for about two minutes.

Tornado - Willard #2 Northeast
Greene County MO

Date 4/30/2019
Time (Local) 8:21 PM CDT
EF Rating EF-1
Est. Peak Winds 100 mph
Path Length 2 miles
Max Width 200 yards
Injuries/Deaths 0/0

Summary:  The first observed signs of this tornado was substantial damage to a farm house and several outbuildings within an area of a cyclonic tree fall pattern.  Observers noted similar tree patterns along the ridge top back to the west and other light tree damage along the Little Sac River Valley.  An intermittent period of mainly light tree damage was then noted eastward to FR 123. 

Similar to the earlier Willard tornado and after a break in damage along the southern flank of the tornado, a swath of up to 70 mph winds were noted that damaged trees south of this path along and south of FR 54. This tornado was on the ground for about two minutes.

Tornado - Galena/S Christian
Stone/Christian Counties MO

Date 4/30/2019
Time (Local) 8:42 PM CDT
EF Rating EF-1
Est. Peak Winds 95 mph
Path Length 18.2 miles
Max Width 100 yards
Injuries/Deaths 0/0

Summary:  This tornado presented a long lived TDS on radar from central Stone County into rural Christian County.  This tornado may not have been on the ground during its entire life cycle, but may instead have touched down intermittently throughout its track. A pickup truck was lifted and rolled for approximately 40 yards and slammed into a house.  Thousands of trees were damaged or destroyed, while approximately six outbuildings were damaged.  This tornado was on the ground for about 18 minutes.

Tornado - Theodosia
Taney/Ozark Counties, MO

Date 4/30/2019
Time (Local) 3:50 PM CDT
EF Rating EF-1
Est. Peak Winds 100 mph
Path Length 5.4 miles
Max Width 100 yards
Injuries/Deaths 0/0

Summary:  This tornado was video taped at a Theodosia storage business, and was also observed by a local pharmacist.  The path of damage was traced back to into southeast Taney County, before crossing into Ozark County.  Hundreds of trees were damaged along it's path, with many snapped trunks.  One or two outbuildings were damaged north of Highway 160.  The tornado was on the ground for about 8 minutes.

Tornado - Squires
Douglas County

Date 4/30/2019
Time (Local) 6:44 PM CDT
EF Rating EF-1
Est. Peak Winds 107 mph
Path Length 9.2 miles
Max Width 200 yards
Injuries/Deaths 0/0

Summary:  This tornado was observed by a local resident, and also presented multiple TDSs on radar.  This tornado damaged thousands of trees and a couple of outbuildings.  The tornado became the most intense east northeast of Squires.  The tornado was on the ground for about 15 minutes.

Track Map

Track Map EF-Scale

Downloadable KMZ File

 

Tornado - Macomb
Wright County

Date 4/30/2019
Time (Local) 7:30 PM CDT
EF Rating EF-1
Est. Peak Winds 105 mph
Path Length 1.4 miles
Max Width 75 yards
Injuries/Deaths 0/0

Summary:  Several trees damaged; a saw mill and office building sustained structural damage between HWY K and US 60. The tornado was on the ground for about four minutes.

Tornado - Mountain Grove
Wright County

Date 4/30/2019
Time (Local) 7:58 PM CDT
EF Rating EF-0
Est. Peak Winds 84 mph
Path Length 2.4 miles
Max Width 100 yards
Injuries/Deaths 0/0

Summary:  Numerous videos and pictures were taken of this tornado as it touched down just southwest of Mountain Grove, and tracked northeast toward the city.  The tornado barely missed the Mountain Grove Airport, but damaged hundreds of trees, and approximately a dozen outbuildings.  Minor damage to approximately 5 homes occurred..  The tornado was on the ground for about seven minutes.

Tornado - Hunter Creek
Douglas County

Date 04/30/2019
Time (Local) 7:06 PM CDT
EF Rating EF-1
Est. Peak Winds 100 mph
Path Length 3.05 miles
Max Width 200 yards
Injuries/Deaths 0/0

Summary:

This tornado touched down just east northeast of where the Squires Tornado ended.  It was also spawned from the same supercell thunderstorm as the Squires Tornado, however, this tornado is from a different mesocyclone within this same supercell.  The tornado touched down near Hunter Creek and tracked northeast toward Highway 76 damaging thousands of trees.  The tornado lifted prior to crossing Highway 76 by just a few yards. The tornado was on the ground for about four minutes.

Tornado - North Buffalo
Dallas County

Date 04/30/2019
Time (Local) 8:30 PM CDT
EF Rating EF-0
Est. Peak Winds 65 mph
Path Length 1.5 miles
Max Width 50 yards
Injuries/Deaths 0/0

Summary:

Significant damage near touchdown occurred to a barn, throwing portions of the structure northeast, southeast and south. A pole barn ENE of the first barn was completely destroyed with posts, sunk 3ft into the ground, lifted out and thrown to the ENE.  The pole barns orientation was such that winds easily entered the west facing door side. From this location, intermittent tree damage occurred before the tornado destroyed another 20'x40' pole barn and rolled the structure to the SE. A 3 ft diameter walnut tree was uprooted at this location.  This tornado was on the ground for about three minutes.

Tornado - NE Jerome
Phelps County

Date 04/30/2019
Time (Local) 10:03 PM CDT
EF Rating EF-1
Est. Peak Winds 95 mph
Path Length 0.6 mile
Max Width 75 yards
Injuries/Deaths 0/0

Summary:

The tornado initially touched down in a field west of the Gasconade River and uprooted and snapped/twisted numerous trees as it proceeded to the northeast across the river and up a bluff.  A vehicle and home at the bottom of the bluff sustained minor damage along with numerous trees. Several large oak and hickory trees in excess of 2 ft in diameter were snapped off or twisted at the top of the bluff in front of a home overlooking the river. Some minor damage occurred to an expansive deck and retaining wall with some minor shingle damage to the home. The tornado then lifted and damaged several trees northeast of the home before lifting.  The tornado was on the ground for about a minute.

Tornado - Norwood
Wright County

Date 04/30/2019
Time (Local) 9:34 PM CDT
EF Rating EF-1
Est. Peak Winds 105 mph
Path Length 2.2 miles
Max Width 100 yards
Injuries/Deaths 0/0

Summary:

The tornado briefly touched down in rural sections of southern Wright County, where it destroyed three outbuildings, and snapped several hardwood trees at the trunk.  The tornado was on the ground for about one minute.

Tornado - Brushyknob
Douglas County

Date 04/30/2019
Time (Local) 9:40 PM CDT
EF Rating EF-0
Est. Peak Winds 80 mph
Path Length 2.86 miles
Max Width 100 yards
Injuries/Deaths 0/0

Summary:

This tornado begin just east of where the Hunter Creek Tornado ended, however, the Brushyknob Tornado was associated with a squall line later in the evening. The tornado damaged hundreds of trees, and meandered back and forth across Highway 76 just west of Brushyknob.  No outbuildings or structures were damaged.  The tornado was on the ground for about four minutes.

Tornado - Goodhope
Douglas County

Date 04/30/2019
Time (Local) 6:15 PM CDT
EF Rating EF-0
Est. Peak Winds 80 mph
Path Length 1.86 miles
Max Width 50 yards
Injuries/Deaths 0/0

Summary:

The tornado touched down near Guffy Creek in extreme eastern Christian County, and tracked into western Douglas County.  Numerous trees were damaged or destroyed.  This tornado was observed by a local resident, and also presented a TDS on radar.  The tornado was on the ground for about eight minutes.

Tornado - Branson
Taney County

Date 04/30/2019
Time (Local) 5:15 PM CDT
EF Rating EF-0
Est. Peak Winds 75 mph
Path Length 1.02 miles
Max Width 75 yards
Injuries/Deaths 0/0

Summary:

This tornado was observed by numerous people in the Branson area, and there was weak tree and structural damage along it's path.. The tornado lasted about two minutes and lifted about a mile northwest of downtown Branson.

Track Map

Track Map EF-Scale

                                                                           Downloadable KMZ File

Tornado - Cassville
Barry County

Date 04/30/2019
Time (Local) 6:48 PM CDT
EF Rating EF-0
Est. Peak Winds 75 mph
Path Length 1.89 miles
Max Width 75 yards
Injuries/Deaths 0/0

Summary:

The tornado was on the ground intermittently for approximately 5 minutes along its 1.9 mile total track with maximum wind speeds estimated at 75 mph. Several large trees were damaged or uprooted with one large tree falling on and damaged a house.

Track Map

Track Map EF-Scale

                                                                       Downloadable KMZ File

 

Tornado - Bucyrus
Texas County

Date 04/30/2019
Time (Local) 9:51 PM CDT
EF Rating EF-1
Est. Peak Winds 94 mph
Path Length 5.67 miles
Max Width 100 yards
Injuries/Deaths 0/0

Summary:

This storm had a convergent debris path that was consistent with a tornado along its entire path. Winds at track start based on numerous large trees being uprooted, while winds downstream were based on a pole barn being destroyed (roof lifted off) and numerous large trees being uprooted.  Some of the roof panels were blown onto a mobile home, but caused relatively minor damage. This tornado was on the ground for about five minutes.

Tornado - Northern Texas
Texas/Phelps Counties

Date 04/30/2019
Time (Local) 9:58 PM CDT
EF Rating EF-0
Est. Peak Winds 85 mph
Path Length 6.0 miles
Max Width 50 yards
Injuries/Deaths 0/0

Summary:

Narrow swath of trees uprooted, falling convergently with no other structural damage noted.  The tornado was on the ground for about five minutes.

Tornado - Edgar Springs
Phelps County

Date 04/30/2019
Time (Local) 10:06 PM CDT
EF Rating EF-0
Est. Peak Winds 85 mph
Path Length 5.18 miles
Max Width 75 yards
Injuries/Deaths 0/0

Summary:

Numerous trees uprooted along path with convergent pattern, with no other structural damage noted. The tornado was on the ground for about seven minutes.

Tornado - Willow Springs
Howell County

Date 04/30/2019
Time (Local) 10:17 PM CDT
EF Rating EF-0
Est. Peak Winds 85 mph
Path Length 2.2 miles
Max Width 100 yards
Injuries/Deaths 0/0

Summary:

At touchdown, a barn had sheet metal blown straight west while nearby trees fell in a strongly convergent pattern. Shingles were removed from two homes. Strong convergent damage continued downstream with trees uprooted and snapped. Trees grazed a pole barn and house and destroyed a shed as the tornado crossed near Highway 137. A tree fell on and  destroyed a small barn/shed near the end of the track.  This tornado was on the ground for about three minutes.

Tornado - Shell Knob
Barry County

Date 04/30/2019
Time (Local) 5:41 PM CDT
EF Rating EF-0
Est. Peak Winds 60 mph
Path Length 0.5 miles
Max Width 50 yards
Injuries/Deaths 0/0

Summary:

This tornado was determined to have touched down northeast of Shell Knob.   While the circulation was clearly evident and a condensation funnel was on the ground from video, no damage could be observed due to the distance from which the video was taken.  The tornado moved across a heavily treed and inaccessible areas, making the beginning and end points estimated.  Numerous trees had small branches (<1") broken.  This tornado was on the ground for about two minutes.

The Enhanced Fujita (EF) Scale classifies tornadoes into the following categories:

EF0
Weak

65-85 mph
EF1
Moderate
86-110 mph
EF2
Significant
111-135 mph
EF3
Severe
136-165 mph
EF4
Extreme
166-200 mph
EF5
Catastrophic
200+ mph
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Storm Reports

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

0145 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 S PITTSBURG           37.39N 94.70W
04/30/2019                   CRAWFORD           KS   PUBLIC           

            INTERSECTIONS OF S BROADWAY ST AND FORD AVE,
            AND 4TH ST NEAR HWY 69 UNDER WATER. HEAVY
            RAINFALL CONTINUING.

0221 PM     HAIL             3 SE SAGINAW            37.00N 94.43W
04/30/2019  M0.75 INCH       NEWTON             MO   LAW ENFORCEMENT  

            NICKLE SIZE HAIL AT I-49 AND HWY V SOUTH OF
            JOPLIN. TIME ESTIMATED FROM RADAR. DELAYED
            REPORT.

0222 PM     FLASH FLOOD      FRANKLIN                37.53N 94.71W
04/30/2019                   CRAWFORD           KS   LAW ENFORCEMENT  

            POLICE OFFICER REPORTS FLOODING ON ROADWAYS
            IN FRANKLIN. DELAYED REPORT.

0230 PM     FLASH FLOOD      NEVADA                  37.84N 94.35W
04/30/2019                   VERNON             MO   EMERGENCY MNGR   

            REPORTS OF WATER OVER THE ROADWAYS IN
            NEVADA. DELAYED REPORT.

0237 PM     FLASH FLOOD      PITTSBURG               37.41N 94.70W
04/30/2019                   CRAWFORD           KS   PUBLIC           

            PICTURE VIA SOCIAL MEDIA SHOWING WATER
            PONDING IN YARDS IN PITTSBURG, KS. DELAYED
            REPORT.

0241 PM     HAIL             3 ENE FIDELITY          37.08N 94.26W
04/30/2019  M1.25 INCH       JASPER             MO   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            CORRECTS PREVIOUS HAIL REPORT FROM 2 ENE
            FIDELITY. TRAINED SPOTTER MEASURES HALF
            DOLLAR SIZE HAIL 2 MILES NE OF FIDELITY.

0311 PM     HAIL             ANDERSON                36.65N 94.44W
04/30/2019  E1.25 INCH       MCDONALD           MO   PUBLIC           

            PICTURE VIA SOCIAL MEDIA OF HALF DOLLAR
            SIZED HAIL IN ANDERSON. TIME ESTIMATED FROM
            RADAR.

0322 PM     TORNADO          MILLER                  37.21N 93.84W
04/30/2019                   LAWRENCE           MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN NWS SURVEY CONFIRMED AN EF1 TORNADO THAT
            TRACKED FROM 2 MILES SW OF MILLER, MO TO 2
            MILES NE OF MILLER, MO. MAXIMUM WIND GUSTS
            WERE ESTIMATED AT 95 MPH, WITH A PATH WIDTH
            OF 100 YDS AND A PATH LENGTH OF 4 MILES. THE
            TORNADO STATED AT 3:22 PM AND LIFTED AROUND
            3:34 PM. METAL OUT-BUILDINGS WERE DAMAGED OR
            DESTROYED, INCLUDING THE DESTRUCTION OF A
            COUPLE BARNS. THERE WAS ALSO DAMAGE TO
            NUMEROUS TREES ALONG THE TORNADO PATH.

0328 PM     TSTM WND DMG     1 SW MILLER             37.21N 93.85W
04/30/2019                   LAWRENCE           MO   PUBLIC           

            PICTURE VIA SOCIAL MEDIA OF PARTIAL ROOF AND
            WALL COLLAPSE ON AN OUTBUILDING WITH DEBRIS
            STREWN AROUND ON THE SOUTHSIDE OF MILLER.
            TIME ESTIMATED FROM RADAR.
              

0332 PM     HAIL             5 WSW STELLA            36.73N 94.28W
04/30/2019  E1.75 INCH       MCDONALD           MO   PUBLIC           

            GOLF BALL SIZED HAIL EAST OF GOODMAN, MO.
            REPORT VIA PICTURE ON SOCIAL MEDIA. TIME
            ESTIMATED FROM RADAR.

0342 PM     TORNADO          4 SSE STELLA            36.71N 94.17W
04/30/2019                   MCDONALD           MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN NWS SURVEY CONFIRMED AN EF1 TORNADO THAT
            TRACKED FROM 5 MILES SW OF ROCKY COMFORT TO
            5 MILES NE OF WHEATON, MO. MAXIMUM WIND
            GUSTS WERE ESTIMATED AT 110 MPH, WITH A PATH
            WIDTH OF 0.5 MILES AND A PATH LENGTH OF 12
            MILES. THE TORNADO STARTED AT 3:42 PM AND
            ENDED AROUND 4:04 PM. NUMEROUS BUILDINGS
            WERE DAMAGED OR DESTROYED, INCLUDING THE
            DESTRUCTION OF 4 BARNS. THERE WAS ALSO
            DAMAGE TO HUNDREDS OF TREES ALONG THE
            TORNADO PATH.

0343 PM     TORNADO          STELLA                  36.76N 94.19W
04/30/2019                   NEWTON             MO   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            STELL FD REPORTS CONE TORNADO ON GROUND WITH
            DEBRIS.

0345 PM     FUNNEL CLOUD     5 NE PROTEM             36.57N 92.79W
04/30/2019                   TANEY              MO   FIRE DEPT/RESCUE

            SPOTTER REPORTS FUNNEL CLOUD. POSSIBLE
            DEBRIS IN THE AIR.

0346 PM     TORNADO          1 E ROCKY COMFORT       36.74N 94.07W
04/30/2019                   MCDONALD           MO   EMERGENCY MNGR   

            

0350 PM     TORNADO          4 ENE PROTEM            36.54N 92.78W
04/30/2019                   TANEY              MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            A NWS STORM SURVEY TEAM CONFIRMED AN EF-1
            TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN FOUR MILES NORTHEAST OF
            PROTEM. THE TORNADO WAS ON THE GROUND FOR
            APPROXIMATELY EIGHT MINUTES BEFORE LIFTING
            FIVE MILES NORTHWEST OF THEODOSIA. THE PATH
            WAS 5.4 MILES LONG. MAX WIDTH 100 YARDS.
            NUMEROUS TREES WERE DOWN. ONE OUTBUILDING
            WAS DESTROYED.

0356 PM     TORNADO          WHEATON                 36.76N 94.06W
04/30/2019                   BARRY              MO   FIRE DEPT/RESCUE

            TORNADO WITH DEBRIS REPORTED.
 

0411 PM     TORNADO          THORNFIELD              36.71N 92.65W
04/30/2019                   OZARK              MO   FIRE DEPT/RESCUE

            REPORT OF A TORNADO.

0424 PM     TSTM WND DMG     PLEASANT RIDGE          36.90N 93.79W
04/30/2019                   BARRY              MO   PUBLIC           

            LARGE TREES UPROOTED AND A POWER POLE
            SNAPPED ON THE WEST SIDE OF PLEASANT RIDGE.
            TIME ESTIMATED BY RADAR.

0425 PM     TORNADO          4 WNW MCDOWELL          36.85N 93.85W
04/30/2019                   BARRY              MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            CORRECTS PREVIOUS TORNADO REPORT FROM 4 WNW
            MCDOWELL. AN NWS SURVEY CONFIRMED AN EF-0
            TORNADO 5 MILES NE OF PURDY IN NORTHERN
            BARRY COUNTY. THE TORNADO WAS ON THE GROUND
            FOR 10 MINUTES AND DESTROYED SEVERAL
            OUTBUILDINGS WITH NUMEROUS TREES UPROOTED.
            THE PATH WIDTH WAS 200 YARDS AND THE TORNADO
            WAS ON THE GROUND FOR 5 MILES.

0425 PM     HAIL             1 NW LAMPE              36.57N 93.45W
04/30/2019  E1.25 INCH       STONE              MO   PUBLIC           

            BROADCAST MEDIA RELAYED PICTURE FROM THE
            PUBLIC OF LARGE HAIL NEAR LAMPE ON H
            HIGHWAY.

0450 PM     HAIL             3 WNW KIMBERLING CITY   36.65N 93.46W
04/30/2019  E1.00 INCH       STONE              MO   PUBLIC           

            BROADCAST MEDIA RELAYED A REPORT FROM THE
            PUBLIC OF QUARTER SIZE HAIL IN THE AUNTS
            CREEK AREA ON WELCH ROAD.

0515 PM     TORNADO          2 WNW BRANSON           36.66N 93.26W
04/30/2019                   TANEY              MO   EMERGENCY MNGR   

            TREE DAMAGE AND MINOR STRUCTURAL DAMAGE.
            PATH LENGTH 1.02 MILES. MAX WINDS 75 MPH.
            MAX WIDTH 75 YARDS. LIFTED ABOUT A MILE
            NORTHWEST OF BRANSON.

0615 PM     TORNADO          5 W GOODHOPE            36.90N 92.89W
04/30/2019                   DOUGLAS            MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            NWS STORM SURVEY CONFIRMED A TORNADO WEST OF
            GOODHOPE IN DOUGLAS COUNTY. SEVERAL TREES
            WERE DAMAGED. PATH LENGTH WAS 2 MILES.

0615 PM     TSTM WND DMG     FRONTENAC               37.46N 94.69W
04/30/2019                   CRAWFORD           KS   FIRE DEPT/RESCUE

            SEVERAL POWER POLES DOWN RANDOMLY THROUGHOUT
            FRONTENAC AND EASTERN CRAWFORD COUNTY.

0627 PM     TSTM WND DMG     GOODHOPE                36.91N 92.80W
04/30/2019                   DOUGLAS            MO   BROADCAST MEDIA  

            LARGE TREE FELL ON A HOUSE IN GOODHOPE.
            REPORT RELAYED FROM SOCIAL MEDIA.

0644 PM     TORNADO          SQUIRES                 36.86N 92.62W
04/30/2019                   DOUGLAS            MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            A NWS SURVEY CONFIRMED AN EF-1 TORNADO THAT
            TRACKED FROM 4 MILES SW OF SQUIRES, MO TO 5
            MILES NE OF SQUIRES, MO. MAXIMUM WIND GUSTS
            WERE ESTIMATED AT 107 MPH, WITH A PATH WIDTH
            OF 200 YDS AND A PATH LENGTH OF 9 MILES. THE
            TORNADO STARTED AT 6:44 PM AND LIFTED AROUND
            7:04 PM. NUMEROUS TREES WERE DAMAGED ALONG
            THE PATH, WITH SIGNIFICANT TREE DAMAGE AND
            SOME STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO A CHURCH NEAR HWY
            14 AND VV.

0648 PM     TORNADO          2 SSW CASSVILLE         36.65N 93.88W
04/30/2019                   BARRY              MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            A NWS SURVEY DETERMINED AN EF-0 TORNADO
            TRACKED FROM 2 SSW CASSVILLE TO 1 WSW
            CASSVILLE. LARGE TREES WERE DOWNED OR
            DAMAGED. ONE LARGE TREE FELL AND DAMAGED A
            HOUSE. THE PATH WAS INTERMITTENT. PATH
            LENGTH WAS 1.89 MILES. MAX WIDTH WAS 75
            YARDS.

0650 PM     TSTM WND DMG     CASSVILLE               36.68N 93.87W
04/30/2019                   BARRY              MO   PUBLIC           

            TREE UPROOTED IN CASSVILLE.

0650 PM     TORNADO          3 SE EXETER             36.65N 93.91W
04/30/2019                   BARRY              MO   LAW ENFORCEMENT  

            BRIEF TOUCHDOWN.

0653 PM     HAIL             2 SSE AVA               36.92N 92.64W
04/30/2019  E1.75 INCH       DOUGLAS            MO   PUBLIC           

            PICTURES OF QUARTER TO GOLF BALL SIZE HAIL
            JUST SOUTH OF AVA.

0658 PM     TSTM WND DMG     1 SE JOPLIN             37.07N 94.49W
04/30/2019                   JASPER             MO   PUBLIC           

            TREE LIMBS DOWN.

0659 PM     TSTM WND DMG     SQUIRES                 36.85N 92.62W
04/30/2019                   DOUGLAS            MO   FIRE DEPT/RESCUE

            TREES DOWN ALONG HIGHWAY JJ SOUTHWEST OF
            SQUIRES. SUBSEQUENT REPORTS OF A BARN
            DESTROYED AND POWER LINES DOWN AS WELL.
            DAMAGE WAS COINCIDENT WITH AN POSSIBLE
            TORNADO SIGNATURE FROM DOPPLER RADAR.

0700 PM     FLASH FLOOD      CARTHAGE                37.18N 94.32W
04/30/2019                   JASPER             MO   PUBLIC           

            MEDIA PARTNER REPORTS MULTIPLE VEHICLES
            STALLED DUE TO FLOODED ROADWAYS, ESPECIALLY
            ON CENTRAL AVE (HWY 96).

0706 PM     TORNADO          5 WSW BRUSHYKNOB        36.93N 92.57W
04/30/2019                   DOUGLAS            MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            NWS STORM SURVEY CONFIRMED AN EF-1 TORNADO
            WITH MAXIMUM WINDS OF 100 MPH THAT SNAPPED
            NUMEROUS LARGE TREES ALONG AND NORTH OF
            HUNTER CREEK IN DOUGLAS COUNTY. MORE MINOR
            TREE DAMAGE OCCURRED ALONG THE PATH, ENDING
            BETWEEN CO ROAD 213 AND HIGHWAY 76. TOTAL
            PATH LENGTH WAS 3 MILES.

0714 PM     TSTM WND GST     2 NE EL DORADO SPRINGS  37.90N 93.99W
04/30/2019  M58 MPH          CEDAR              MO   MESONET          

            MESONET STATION WKTM7 WAH KON TAH RAWS.

0718 PM     FLASH FLOOD      JOPLIN                  37.08N 94.51W
04/30/2019                   JASPER             MO   EMERGENCY MNGR   

            WATER RESCUE AT INTERSECTION OF 32ND AND ST.
            JOHNS BLVD. DELAYED REPORT.

0719 PM     FLASH FLOOD      GOODHOPE                36.91N 92.81W
04/30/2019                   DOUGLAS            MO   AMATEUR RADIO    

            FLASH FLOODING BEING REPORTED IN GOODHOPE.
            DELAYED REPORT.

0720 PM     HAIL             2 SE AVA                36.93N 92.63W
04/30/2019  E1.00 INCH       DOUGLAS            MO   AMATEUR RADIO    

            QUARTER SIZE HAIL NEAR THE SOUTH SIDE OF
            AVA. TIME ESTIMATED FROM RADAR.

0727 PM     FLASH FLOOD      NORWOOD                 37.11N 92.42W
04/30/2019                   WRIGHT             MO   LAW ENFORCEMENT  

            FLOODING AND PEA SIZED HAIL IN NORWOOD.
            DELAYED REPORT.

0730 PM     TORNADO          4 WSW NORWOOD           37.10N 92.49W
04/30/2019                   WRIGHT             MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            A NWS SURVEY TEAM CONFIRMED AN EF-1 TORNADO
            WHICH TOUCHED DOWN AROUND 7:30 PM CDT ON 30
            APRIL ABOUT 0.5 MILE SOUTHEAST OF MACOMB.
            THE TORNADO WAS ON THE GROUND FOR ABOUT 4
            MINUTES LIFTING AROUND 7:34 PM ABOUT 1 MILE
            NORTHEAST OF MACOMB. THE TORNADO PATH WAS
            ABOUT 75 YARDS WIDE AND 1.4 MILES LONG.
            SEVERAL TREES WERE DAMAGED, AND A SAW MILL
            AND OFFICE BUILDING SUSTAINED STRUCTURAL
            DAMAGE.

0735 PM     TSTM WND DMG     1 S MOUNTAIN GROVE      37.12N 92.26W
04/30/2019                   WRIGHT             MO   EMERGENCY MNGR   

            *** 1 INJ ***
            SEVERAL STRUCTURES DAMAGED. SURVEY FOR
            POSSIBLE TORNADO DAMAGE PENDING. TIME
            ESTIMATED BY RADAR.

0738 PM     TSTM WND DMG     2 N WALNUT GROVE        37.44N 93.55W
04/30/2019                   POLK               MO   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            BARN DEBRIS ON HWY 123 NORTH OF WALNUT GROVE
            AND MULTIPLE TREES DOWN.

0738 PM     FLASH FLOOD      3 SW REDINGS MILL       37.00N 94.55W
04/30/2019                   NEWTON             MO   BROADCAST MEDIA  

            ROAD WAY FLOODED ON DOUGLAS FIR ROAD AT
            MO-43 NORTH OF SENECA, MO.

0738 PM     TORNADO          6 NW MILLER             37.29N 93.91W
04/30/2019                   LAWRENCE           MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN NWS STORM SURVEY CONFIRMED AN EF1 TORNADO
            THAT BRIEFLY TOUCHED DOWN 6 MILES NW OF
            MILLER MO. MAXIMUM WIND GUSTS WERE ESTIMATED
            AT 95 MPH, WITH A PATH WIDTH OF 50 YARDS AND
            A PATH LENGTH OF 0.6 MILES. THE TORNADO
            STARTED AT 7:38 PM AND LIFTED AROUND 7:40
            PM. NUMEROUS TREES WERE UPROOTED AND ONE
            HOME WAS DAMAGED BY A FALLING TREE.

0740 PM     TORNADO          1 SW EUDORA             37.45N 93.56W
04/30/2019                   POLK               MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN NWS STORM SURVEY CONFIRMED AN EF1 TORNADO
            THAT TRACKED FROM 1 MILE SW OF EUDORA MO TO
            1 MILE SE OF EUDORA. MAXIMUM WIND GUSTS WERE
            ESTIMATED AT 100 MPH, WITH AN ESTIMATED PATH
            WIDTH OF 100 YARDS AND A PATH LENGTH OF 2
            MILES. THE TORNADO STARTED AT 7:40 PM AND
            LIFTED AROUND 7:42 PM. THE ROOF WAS REMOVED
            FROM ONE HOME AND ANOTHER HOME WAS DAMAGED.
            MULTIPLE TREES WERE UPROOTED/SNAPPED AND A
            CAMPER WAS OVERTURNED.

0758 PM     TORNADO          4 SW MOUNTAIN GROVE     37.09N 92.32W
04/30/2019                   WRIGHT             MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            A NWS SURVEY TEAM CONFIRMED AN EF-0 TORNADO
            WHICH TOUCHED DOWN AROUND 7:58 PM CDT ON 30
            APRIL ABOUT 4 MILES SOUTHWEST OF MOUNTAIN
            GROVE. THE TORNADO WAS ON THE GROUND FOR
            ABOUT 7 MINUTES LIFTING ABOUT 8:05 PM CDT
            ABOUT 2 MILES SOUTHWEST OF MOUNTAIN GROVE.
            THE TORNADO PATH WAS ABOUT 100 YARDS WIDE
            AND 2.4 MILES LONG. NUMEROUS TREES WERE
            DAMAGED ALONG THE PATH, WITH SOME TREES
            SNAPPED AND LYING IN DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS.
            SEVERAL OUTBUILDINGS WERE DAMAGED OR
            DESTROYED. MINOR DAMAGE TO A HOME.

0758 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 W STOCKTON            37.70N 93.82W
04/30/2019                   CEDAR              MO   EMERGENCY MNGR   

            PORTIONS OF HWY 32 EASTBOUND INTO STOCKTON
            ARE IMPASSABLE DUE TO FLASH FLOODING. THERE
            ARE ALSO SEVERAL COUNTY ROADS AND A FEW CITY
            STREETS FLOODED.

0800 PM     FLASH FLOOD      5 NNW AVA               37.02N 92.70W
04/30/2019                   DOUGLAS            MO   AMATEUR RADIO    

            FLASH FLOODING OCCURRED ALONG COWSKIN CREEK
            AT COUNTY ROAD 514 AND STATE HIGHWAY K. TIME
            ESTIMATED.

0805 PM     TSTM WND DMG     BOLIVAR                 37.61N 93.41W
04/30/2019                   POLK               MO   PUBLIC           

            TREE DOWN IN BOLIVAR.

0815 PM     TSTM WND DMG     WILLARD                 37.30N 93.43W
04/30/2019                   GREENE             MO   EMERGENCY MNGR   

            MULTIPLE TREES DOWN IN TOWN. THIS IS SOUTH
            OF THE TORNADO TRACK WHICH WENT JUST NORTH
            OF WILLARD.

0815 PM     TORNADO          2 NW WILLARD            37.33N 93.46W
04/30/2019                   GREENE             MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            CORRECTS PREVIOUS TORNADO REPORT FROM 2 NW
            WILLARD. AN NWS STORM SURVEY CONFIRMED AN
            EF1 TORNADO THAT TRACKED FROM 2 MILES NW OF
            WILLARD, MO TO 2 MILES N OF WILLARD. MAXIMUM
            WIND GUSTS WERE ESTIMATED AT 100 MPH, WITH
            AN ESTIMATED PATH WIDTH OF 200 YARDS AND A
            PATH LENGTH OF 2 MILES. THE TORNADO STARTED
            AT 8:15 PM AND LIFTED AROUND 8:17 PM. A
            SWATH OF 60-70 MPH STRAIGHT LINE WINDS WAS
            NOTED JUST SOUTH OF THE TORNADO TRACK.
            NUMEROUS TREES WERE UPROOTED/SNAPPED.

0815 PM     FLASH FLOOD      AVA                     36.95N 92.66W
04/30/2019                   DOUGLAS            MO   BROADCAST MEDIA  

            DELAYED REPORT. SOCIAL MEDIA PHOTOS SHOW
            MAJOR STREET FLOODING ACROSS AVA.

0821 PM     TORNADO          4 NE WILLARD            37.36N 93.39W
04/30/2019                   GREENE             MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            AN NWS STORM SURVEY CONFIRMED AN EF1 TORNADO
            THAT TRACKED FROM 4 MILES NE OF WILLARD, MO
            TO 5 MILES NE OF WILLARD. MAXIMUM WIND GUSTS
            WERE ESTIMATED AT 100 MPH, WITH AN ESTIMATED
            PATH WIDTH OF 200 YARDS AND A PATH LENGTH OF
            2 MILES. THE TORNADO STARTED AT 8:21 PM AND
            LIFTED AROUND 8:23 PM. A SWATH OF 60-70 MPH
            STRAIGHT LINE WINDS WAS NOTED JUST SOUTH OF
            THE TORNADO TRACK. THE ROOF WAS REMOVED FROM
            ONE HOME, SOME OUTBUILDINGS WERE DESTROYED,
            AND NUMEROUS TREES WERE UPROOTED.

0828 PM     TORNADO          2 N OZARK               37.07N 93.20W
04/30/2019                   CHRISTIAN          MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            *** 3 INJ ***
            CORRECTS PREVIOUS TORNADO REPORT FROM 2 N
            OZARK. AN NWS STORM SURVEY CONFIRMED AN EF2
            TORNADO THAT TRACKED FROM 2 MILES N OF
            OZARK, MO TO 5 MILES NW OF ROGERSVILLE, MO.
            MAXIMUM WIND GUSTS WERE ESTIMATED AT 134
            MPH, WITH A PATH WIDTH OF 400 YARDS AND A
            PATH LENGTH OF 10 MILES. THE TORNADO STARTED
            AT 8:28 PM AND LIFTED AROUND 8:40 PM. 3
            INJURIES HAVE BEEN REPORTED. NUMEROUS HOMES
            WERE HEAVILY DAMAGED AND A FEW WERE
            DESTROYED. SEVERAL OUTBUILDINGS WERE DAMAGED
            OR DESTROYED AND HUNDREDS OF TREES WERE
            UPROOTED.

0830 PM     FLASH FLOOD      2 ESE CARL JUNCTION     37.17N 94.53W
04/30/2019                   JASPER             MO   PUBLIC           

            HIGHWAY 171 IN CARTHAGE WAS CLOSED DUE TO
            FLOODING. TIME ESTIMATED.

0830 PM     TORNADO          3 WSW PUMPKIN CENTER    37.73N 93.11W
04/30/2019                   DALLAS             MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            NWS STORM SURVEY CONFIRMED A EF-0 TORNADO
            NORTH OF BUFFALO IN DALLAS COUNTY. SEVERAL
            OUTBUILDINGS AND A POLE BARN WERE DESTROYED
            ALONG WITH UPROOTED AND SNAPPED TREES. PATH
            LENGTH WAS 1.5 MILE. DAMAGE OCCURRED ON SODA
            CREEK AND NEW HOPE ROADS.

0835 PM     TORNADO          3 S ELSEY               36.81N 93.54W
04/30/2019                   STONE              MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            CORRECT PREVIOUS TORNADO TRACK (NOT A NEW
            TRACK), MOVING THE START LOCATION BACK TO
            THE WEST. A NWS DAMAGE SURVEY TEAM CONFIRMED
            AN EF-1 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN 3S ELSEY. THE
            TORNADO WAS ON THE GROUND FOR APPROXIMATELY
            25 MINUTES AND LIFTED SIX MILES SOUTHWEST OF
            CHADWICK. THERE WAS ROOF DAMAGE TO ONE HOME,
            THREE OUT BUILDINGS DESTROYED OR DAMAGED, A
            PICKUP TRUCK ROLLED, AND NUMEROUS TREES
            UPROOTED OR SNAPPED INCLUDING ONE THAT FELL
            ON AND DAMAGED A HOME.

0837 PM     TSTM WND DMG     2 WSW PLAD              37.74N 93.01W
04/30/2019                   DALLAS             MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            DELAYED REPORT. NWS STORM SURVEY CONCLUDED
            THAT STRAIGHT LINE WINDS OF 80 MPH TOSSED
            TWO METAL CARPORTS AND UPROOTED A COUPLE OF
            TREES.

0840 PM     FLASH FLOOD      3 E MANSFIELD           37.11N 92.52W
04/30/2019                   WRIGHT             MO   LAW ENFORCEMENT  

            US HIGHWAY 60 CLOSED 1 MILE WEST OF MACOMB
            WITH WATER OVER THE ROAD. 1 CAR OFF THE ROAD
            IN A CREEK.

0842 PM     TORNADO          1 NE GALENA             36.82N 93.45W
04/30/2019                   STONE              MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            A NWS DAMAGE SURVEY TEAM CONFIRMED AN EF-1
            TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ONE MILE NORTHEAST OF
            GALENA. THE TORNADO WAS ON THE GROUND FOR
            APPROXIMATELY 18 MINUTES AND LIFTED SIX
            MILES SOUTHWEST OF CHADWICK. THERE WAS ROOF
            DAMAGE TO ONE HOME, TWO OUT BUILDINGS
            DESTROYED, A PICKUP TRUCK ROLLED, AND
            NUMEROUS TREES UPROOTED OR SNAPPED INCLUDING
            ONE THAT FELL ON AND DAMAGED A HOME.

0849 PM     TORNADO          1 E LONG LANE           37.61N 92.89W
04/30/2019                   DALLAS             MO   NWS EMPLOYEE     

            CORRECTS PREVIOUS TORNADO REPORT FROM 1 E
            LONG LANE. NWS SURVEY CONFIRMED A BRIEF EF-1
            TORNADO THAT TRACKED FROM 1.25 MILES EAST OF
            LONG LANE AND LIFTED 1.75 MILES WEST OF THE
            DALLAS/LACLEDE COUNTY LINE. LARGE SOFTWOOD
            TREES AND A COUPLE HARDWOOD TREES WERE
            SNAPPED, SEVERAL OTHERS WERE UPROOTED. TWO
            SMALL BARNS WERE DESTROYED. NUMEROUS ITEMS
            WERE TOSSED MULTIPLE DIRECTIONS.

0850 PM     TSTM WND DMG     5 E ELKLAND             37.45N 92.94W
04/30/2019                   WEBSTER            MO   PUBLIC           

            TREES DOWN.

0850 PM     FLASH FLOOD      STOCKTON                37.70N 93.80W
04/30/2019                   CEDAR              MO   PUBLIC           

            BROADCAST MEDIA RELAYED PICTURE FROM THE
            PUBLIC OF FLASH FLOODING OCCURING AT THE
            STOCKTON PARK.

0900 PM     FLASH FLOOD      3 NNE ELKTON            37.89N 93.41W
04/30/2019                   HICKORY            MO   AMATEUR RADIO    

            FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 83 SOUTH OF
            WHEATLAND.

0900 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 NE NEMO               37.89N 93.25W
04/30/2019                   HICKORY            MO   AMATEUR RADIO    

            FLOODING AT D HIGHWAY NORTH OF NEMO.

0900 PM     TSTM WND DMG     1 E ROGERSVILLE         37.12N 93.04W
04/30/2019                   WEBSTER            MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            CORRECTS PREVIOUS NON-TSTM WND DMG REPORT
            FROM 1 E ROGERSVILLE. DELAYED REPORT.
            SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE TO INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS
            WITH SHEET METAL PEELED OFF AND BLOWN
            TOWARDS THE EAST AND SOUTHEAST. DEGREE OF
            DAMAGE INDICATES 70 MPH WIND SPEEDS.

0900 PM     TSTM WND DMG     4 WNW PONCE DE LEON     36.90N 93.42W
04/30/2019                   STONE              MO   PUBLIC           

            DELAYED REPORT. TREES DOWN.

0900 PM     FLASH FLOOD      HERMITAGE               37.94N 93.32W
04/30/2019                   HICKORY            MO   AMATEUR RADIO    

            FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 254 SOUTH OF
            HERMITAGE.

0902 PM     TSTM WND DMG     5 N PHILLIPSBURG        37.63N 92.78W
04/30/2019                   LACLEDE            MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            NUMEROUS TREES WERE DAMAGED OR SNAPPED IN A
            SWATH ABOUT 50 YARDS WIDE. ALL TREES WERE
            LAYING TOWARDS THE NORTHEAST.

0903 PM     TSTM WND DMG     LEBANON                 37.68N 92.66W
04/30/2019                   LACLEDE            MO   EMERGENCY MNGR   

            UTILITY POLE SNAPPED AND A TRANSFORMER FELL
            ON A VEHICLE. THE TRANSFORMER STARTED A CAR
            FIRE IN THE PARKING LOT OF ELM STREET EATERY
            IN LEBANON.

0905 PM     TSTM WND DMG     1 SSE LEBANON           37.67N 92.66W
04/30/2019                   LACLEDE            MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            A NWS STORM SURVEY CONFIRMED THAT 75 MPH
            WINDS CAUSED DAMAGE TO SEVERAL ROOFS ON THE
            SOUTH SIDE OF LEBANON. MULTIPLE TREES WERE
            ALSO UPROOTED.

0910 PM     TSTM WND DMG     3 SSE FORDLAND          37.12N 92.92W
04/30/2019                   WEBSTER            MO   UTILITY COMPANY  

            POWERLINES AND POLES DOWN ON STATE HIGHWAY Z
            SOUTH OF FORDLAND.

0911 PM     TSTM WND DMG     2 SSW LEBANON           37.66N 92.67W
04/30/2019                   LACLEDE            MO   PUBLIC           

            PUBLIC REPORT RELAYED VIA SOCIAL MEDIA.
            LARGE TREES DOWN ON LACY DRIVE IN LEBANON.

0917 PM     TSTM WND DMG     DOGWOOD                 37.04N 92.83W
04/30/2019                   DOUGLAS            MO   PUBLIC           

            TREE DOWN NEAR DOGWOOD.

0918 PM     TSTM WND DMG     LAKELAND                38.22N 92.63W
04/30/2019                   MILLER             MO   PUBLIC           

            TREE LIMBS DOWN ON STATE HIGHWAY W NEAR LAKE
            OZARK.

0920 PM     TSTM WND DMG     ROGERSVILLE             37.12N 93.06W
04/30/2019                   WEBSTER            MO   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            TWO PEOPLE TRAPPED IN A BUILDING. RESCUE IN
            PROGRESS.

0927 PM     TORNADO          3 NW HARTVILLE          37.28N 92.56W
04/30/2019                   WRIGHT             MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            NWS STORM SURVEY CONFIRMED AN EF-0 TORNADO
            BRIEFLY TOUCHED DOWN JUST NORTHWEST OF
            HARTVILLE IN WRIGHT COUNTY. THE TORNADO
            REMOVED ROOF SHINGLES, DAMAGED MOBILE HOMES,
            AND UPROOTED MULTIPLE TREES.

0932 PM     TSTM WND DMG     1 SSW LAQUEY            37.75N 92.31W
04/30/2019                   PULASKI            MO   EMERGENCY MNGR   

            POWER POLE AND LINES DOWN HIGHWAY AB AND
            HIGHWAY AA AREA.

0935 PM     TORNADO          4 N NORWOOD             37.17N 92.42W
04/30/2019                   WRIGHT             MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            NWS STORM SURVEY CONFIRMED A EF-1 TORNADO
            NORTH OF NORWOOD IN WRIGHT COUNTY. NUMEROUS
            TREES WERE DOWN ALONG WITH A DESTROYED BARN.

0935 PM     TSTM WND DMG     LAQUEY                  37.77N 92.30W
04/30/2019                   PULASKI            MO   PUBLIC           

            PICTURE VIA SOCIAL MEDIA OF TREE SNAPPED OFF
            AT TRUNK AND ANOTHER UPROOTED. TIME
            ESTIMATED FROM RADAR.

0940 PM     TORNADO          2 WSW BRUSHYKNOB        36.96N 92.51W
04/30/2019                   DOUGLAS            MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            NWS STORM SURVEY CONFIRMED AN EF-0 TORNADO
            NEAR BRUSHYKNOB IN DOUGLAS COUNTY. NUMEROUS
            TREES WERE DOWN WITH A FEW SNAPPED. PATH
            LENGTH WAS 2.86MILES.

0942 PM     TORNADO          3 E FREMONT HILLS       37.07N 93.20W
04/30/2019                   CHRISTIAN          MO   PUBLIC           

            ROOFS OFF HOMES NEAR HWY NN AND E WATERFORD
            BLVD IN NORTH OZARK. DELAYED REPORT.

0942 PM     TORNADO          DAWSON                  37.26N 92.31W
04/30/2019                   WRIGHT             MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            NWS STORM SURVEY CONFIRMED AN EF-1 TORNADO
            TRACKED FROM NEAR DAWSON IN WRIGHT COUNTY TO
            JUST SOUTHEAST OF HUGGINS IN TEXAS COUNTY.
            ONE BARN WAS DESTROYED. DAMAGE OCCURRED TO A
            MOBILE HOME. MULTIPLE OUTBUILDINGS WERE
            DAMAGED. NUMEROUS TREES WERE UPROOTED OR
            SNAPPED.

0945 PM     TSTM WND DMG     SAINT ROBERT            37.83N 92.18W
04/30/2019                   PULASKI            MO   EMERGENCY MNGR   

            TREE FELL THROUGH A HOME IN ST ROBERT.

0951 PM     TORNADO          4 E HUGGINS             37.32N 92.12W
04/30/2019                   TEXAS              MO   PUBLIC           

            NWS STORM SURVEY CONFIRMED AN EF-1 TORNADO
            TRACKED FROM JUST EAST OF HUGGINS TO JUST
            NORTHWEST OF BUCYRUS IN TEXAS COUNTY. ONE
            BARN ROOF WAS REMOVED. NUMEROUS TREES WERE
            UPROOTED OR SNAPPED.

0954 PM     TSTM WND DMG     5 WSW BUCYRUS           37.31N 92.10W
04/30/2019                   TEXAS              MO   EMERGENCY MNGR   

            HUNDREDS OF TREES DOWNED, MAINLY IN THE SAME
            DIRECTION FROM SOUTHWEST TO NORTHEAST.
            DELAYED REPORT. TIME ESTIMATED BY RADAR.

0955 PM     FLASH FLOOD      4 S PONCE DE LEON       36.82N 93.37W
04/30/2019                   STONE              MO   EMERGENCY MNGR   

            FLASH FLOODING ON COON RIDGE ROAD.

0958 PM     TORNADO          3 ENE HAZELTON          37.55N 91.97W
04/30/2019                   TEXAS              MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            NWS STORM SURVEY CONFIRMED AN EF-0 TORNADO
            TRACKED FROM 7 MILES NW OF LICKING AND
            LIFTED ABOUT 7 MILES NNW OF LICKING INTO
            PHELPS CO. NUMEROUS LARGE TREES WERE
            UPROOTED AND LYING IN DIFFERENT DIRECTION
            THAN STORM MOTION.

1000 PM     TSTM WND DMG     JEROME                  37.92N 91.98W
04/30/2019                   PHELPS             MO   LAW ENFORCEMENT  

            LINES DOWN AND A TREE ON A HOUSE IN THE
            JEROME/ARLINGTON AREA.

1002 PM     TSTM WND DMG     4 NNE JEROME            37.98N 91.95W
04/30/2019                   PHELPS             MO   LAW ENFORCEMENT  

            LARGE TREES ALONG WITH POWER LINES DOWN, AND
            MODERATE DAMAGE TO SEVERAL STRUCTURES IN THE
            21000 BLOCK OF PRIVATE DRIVE. TIME ESTIMATED
            BY RADAR.

1003 PM     TORNADO          4 NNE JEROME            37.98N 91.96W
04/30/2019                   PHELPS             MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            NWS STORM SURVEY CONFIRMED A EF-1 TORNADO
            NORTH OF JEROME IN PHELPS COUNTY. MULTIPLE
            TREES WERE SNAPPED AT THE TOP WITH TWISTED
            TREE LIMB DEBRIS FACING DIFFERENT
            DIRECTIONS. PATH LENGTH WAS 0.6 MILE.

1005 PM     TSTM WND DMG     3 SE LICKING            37.47N 91.81W
04/30/2019                   TEXAS              MO   PUBLIC           

            DELAYED REPORT. LARGE BARN COLLAPSED; OUT
            BUILDINGS DESTROYED; LARGE TREE DOWNED ON
            HOUSE. 2 MILES EAST OF 137 ON HWY VV. TIME
            ESTIMATED BY RADAR.

1006 PM     TORNADO          4 SSE EDGAR SPRINGS     37.65N 91.85W
04/30/2019                   PHELPS             MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            NWS STORM SURVEY CONFIRMED AN EF-0 TORNADO
            TRACKED FROM 5 MILES SOUTH OF EDGAR SPRINGS
            TO 5 MILES NORTHEAST OF EDGAR SPRINGS IN
            SOUTHERN PHELPS COUNTY. NUMEROUS TREES WERE
            SNAPPED OR UPROOTED.

1008 PM     TSTM WND DMG     3 S EDGAR SPRINGS       37.67N 91.86W
04/30/2019                   PHELPS             MO   PUBLIC           

            SEVERAL LARGE TREES DOWNED WITH SOME TOPS OF
            TREES TWISTED. SOUTH OF HWY H. REPORT
            RELAYED VIA SOCIAL MEDIA. DELAYED REPORT.

1017 PM     TORNADO          3 NNW WILLOW SPRINGS    37.03N 91.99W
04/30/2019                   HOWELL             MO   NWS STORM SURVEY

            NWS STORM SURVEY CONFIRMED A BRIEF EF-0
            TORNADO OCCURRED NORTH OF WILLOW SPRINGS, MO
            IN HOWELL COUNTY. A BARN WAS DAMAGED WITH
            SHINGLES REMOVED FROM TWO ROOFS. NUMEROUS
            TREES WERE SNAPPED OR UPROOTED.

1017 PM     TSTM WND DMG     4 NW WILLOW SPRINGS     37.03N 92.01W
04/30/2019                   HOWELL             MO   PUBLIC           

            TREES UPROOTED AND DAMAGE TO PROPERTY ALONG
            A NEARLY STRAIGHT EASTERLY DIRECTION.
            DELAYED REPORT. TIME ESTIMATED BY RADAR.

1021 PM     FLASH FLOOD      2 W OZARK               37.02N 93.25W
04/30/2019                   CHRISTIAN          MO   AMATEUR RADIO    

            2-3 FEET OF WATER OVER MCCAULEY ROAD SOUTH
            OF HIGHWAY 14.

1025 PM     TSTM WND DMG     5 NNE WILLOW SPRINGS    37.05N 91.92W
04/30/2019                   HOWELL             MO   PUBLIC           

            MANY TREES DOWN ON WEST SIDE OF HIGHWAY 137
            SOUTH OF PINE CREEK BRIDGE.

1025 PM     TSTM WND DMG     3 E BEULAH              37.63N 91.87W
04/30/2019                   PHELPS             MO   PUBLIC           

            TREES UPROOTED AND POWER LINES DOWN AT THE
            INTERSECTION OF HWY 63 AND HWY K. TIME
            ESTIMATED BY RADAR.

1030 PM     FLASH FLOOD      3 SSW CLEAR SPRINGS     37.06N 91.89W
04/30/2019                   TEXAS              MO   PUBLIC           

            FLASH FLOODING ALONG PINE CREEK WITH LOW
            WATER CROSSINGS FLOODED AND IMPASSABLE ON
            BARTLETT DRIVE. MEASURED 4.65INCHES OF
            RAINFALL.

1100 PM     TSTM WND DMG     3 NNW MONTIER           37.03N 91.59W
04/30/2019                   SHANNON            MO   UTILITY COMPANY  

            POWER LINES DOWN.

1200 AM     FLASH FLOOD      3 S BRUSHYKNOB          36.92N 92.50W
05/01/2019                   DOUGLAS            MO   BROADCAST MEDIA  

            *** 1 FATAL ***
            CAMPER FOUND DEAD IN FLOODING ALONG HUNTER
            CREEK AT A STATE CONSERVATION AREA. EXACT
            TIME UNKNOWN.

1240 AM     HAIL             1 SW WAYNESVILLE        37.82N 92.22W
05/01/2019  M0.75 INCH       PULASKI            MO   PUBLIC           

            CORRECTS PREVIOUS HAIL REPORT FROM 1 SW
            WAYNESVILLE. MPING REPORT.

0100 AM     FLASH FLOOD      3 N LOCKWOOD            37.43N 93.95W
05/01/2019                   DADE               MO   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS

            STATE HIGHWAY 97 CLOSED DUE TO FLOODING
            NORTH OF LOCKWOOD.

0115 AM     FLASH FLOOD      ROCKAWAY BEACH          36.70N 93.16W
05/01/2019                   TANEY              MO   BROADCAST MEDIA  

            LAKE TANEYCOMO OUT OF ITS BANKS AT ROCKAWAY
            BEACH. DELAYED REPORT RELAYED VIA MEDIA
            PARTNER.

0145 AM     FLOOD            5 WNW EAGLE ROCK        36.59N 93.84W
05/01/2019                   BARRY              MO   AMATEUR RADIO    

            ROARING RIVER STATE PARK EVACUATED DUE TO
            FLOODING.

0159 AM     FLASH FLOOD      7 SE PINEVILLE          36.54N 94.29W
05/01/2019                   MCDONALD           MO   EMERGENCY MNGR   

            WATER RESCUE IN THE JANE AREA AT A LOW WATER
            CROSSING.

0433 AM     FLASH FLOOD      JOPLIN                  37.08N 94.51W
05/01/2019                   JASPER             MO   PUBLIC           

            PICTURE VIA SOCIAL MEDIA OF A FLOODED
            PARKING LOT WITH A PARTIALLY SUBMERGED CAR.
            DELAYED REPORT.

0452 AM     HEAVY RAIN       APPLETON CITY           38.19N 94.03W
05/01/2019  M2.03 INCH       ST. CLAIR          MO   CO-OP OBSERVER   

            APPLETON CITY CO-OP OBSERVER REPORTS A 24-HR
            RAINFALL ACCUMULATION OF 2.03 INCHES.

0557 AM     HEAVY RAIN       3.5 SE MARSHFIELD       37.30N 92.86W
05/01/2019  M2.22 INCH       WEBSTER            MO   AMATEUR RADIO    

            CORRECTS PREVIOUS HEAVY RAIN REPORT FROM 3.5
            SE MARSHFIELD. 24 HOUR RAIN ACCUMULATION.

0609 AM     HEAVY RAIN       FRONTENAC               37.46N 94.69W
05/01/2019  M4.09 INCH       CRAWFORD           KS   FIRE DEPT/RESCUE

            24 HOUR RAINFALL ACCUMULATION IN FRONTENAC.

0610 AM     HEAVY RAIN       1 NW VERONA             36.97N 93.81W
05/01/2019  M3.91 INCH       LAWRENCE           MO   PUBLIC           

            EVENT TOTAL RAINFALL OF 3.91 INCHES MEASURED
            FROM 4-INCH DIAMETER RAIN GAUGE.

0615 AM     FLOOD            1 W FRONTENAC           37.45N 94.71W
05/01/2019                   CRAWFORD           KS   FIRE DEPT/RESCUE

            WATER FLOWING OVER MCKAY ST AT COWSKIN CREEK
            IN FRONTENAC.

0647 AM     HEAVY RAIN       HURRICANE DECK          38.13N 92.79W
05/01/2019  M3.90 INCH       CAMDEN             MO   PUBLIC           

            24 HOUR RAINFALL TOTAL REPORTED AT SUNRISE
            BEACH.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       PITTSBURG               37.41N 94.70W
05/01/2019  M4.25 INCH       CRAWFORD           KS   CO-OP OBSERVER   

            24 HOUR RAINFALL ACCUMULATION FROM CO-OP
            OBSERVER.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       FLEMINGTON              37.80N 93.50W
05/01/2019  M4.75 INCH       POLK               MO   CO-OP OBSERVER   

            24 HOUR RAINFALL ACCUMULATION FROM CO-OP
            OBSERVER.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       ROUND SPRING            37.28N 91.41W
05/01/2019  M2.45 INCH       SHANNON            MO   CO-OP OBSERVER   

            24 HOUR RAINFALL ACCUMULATION FROM CO-OP
            OBSERVER.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       2 NNE FORT LEONARD WOOD 37.73N 92.14W
05/01/2019  M2.49 INCH       PULASKI            MO   CO-OP OBSERVER   

            24 HOUR RAINFALL ACCUMULATION FROM CO-OP
            OBSERVER.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       1 NE AIRPORT DRIVE      37.15N 94.50W
05/01/2019  M4.37 INCH       JASPER             MO   ASOS             

            24 HOUR RAINFALL ACCUMULATION FROM THE
            JOPLIN ASOS.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       NEVADA                  37.84N 94.35W
05/01/2019  M4.37 INCH       VERNON             MO   CO-OP OBSERVER   

            24 HOUR RAINFALL ACCUMULATION FROM CO-OP
            OBSERVER.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       1 NNW VICHY             38.13N 91.77W
05/01/2019  M2.83 INCH       MARIES             MO   ASOS             

            24 HOUR RAINFALL ACCUMULATION FROM THE VIH
            ASOS.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       5 SSE WILLARD           37.24N 93.40W
05/01/2019  M2.46 INCH       GREENE             MO   NWS EMPLOYEE     

            24 HOUR ACCUMULATION FROM RAIN GAUGE AT NWS
            SPRINGFIELD OFFICE.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       5 SSE WILLARD           37.24N 93.39W
05/01/2019  M2.87 INCH       GREENE             MO   ASOS             

            24 HOUR RAINFALL ACCUMULATION FROM THE SGF
            ASOS.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       LOCKWOOD                37.39N 93.95W
05/01/2019  M4.71 INCH       DADE               MO   CO-OP OBSERVER   

            24 HOUR RAINFALL ACCUMULATION FROM CO-OP
            OBSERVER.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       COLE CAMP               38.46N 93.20W
05/01/2019  M2.80 INCH       BENTON             MO   CO-OP OBSERVER   

            24 HOUR RAINFALL ACCUMULATION FROM CO-OP
            OBSERVER.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       EL DORADO SPRINGS       37.88N 94.02W
05/01/2019  M3.52 INCH       CEDAR              MO   CO-OP OBSERVER   

            24 HOUR RAIN ACCUMULATION FROM CO-OP
            OBSERVER.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       1 NE POMONA             36.88N 91.90W
05/01/2019  M2.74 INCH       HOWELL             MO   ASOS             

            WEST PLAINS ASOS 24 HOUR RAINFALL
            ACCUMULATION.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       OSAGE BEACH             38.15N 92.62W
05/01/2019  M2.44 INCH       CAMDEN             MO   CO-OP OBSERVER   

            24 HOUR RAINFALL ACCUMULATION FROM CO-OP
            OBSERVER.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       WASOLA                  36.79N 92.58W
05/01/2019  M4.77 INCH       OZARK              MO   CO-OP OBSERVER   

            24 HOUR RAIN ACCUMULATION FROM CO-OP
            OBSERVER.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       WASHBURN                36.59N 93.96W
05/01/2019  M4.90 INCH       BARRY              MO   CO-OP OBSERVER   

            24 HOUR RAIN ACCUMULATION FROM CO-OP
            OBSERVER.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       MARSHFIELD              37.34N 92.91W
05/01/2019  M2.66 INCH       WEBSTER            MO   CO-OP OBSERVER   

            24 HOUR RAIN ACCUMULATION FROM CO-OP
            OBSERVER.

0700 AM     FLOOD            BROWNBRANCH             36.80N 92.83W
05/01/2019                   TANEY              MO   PUBLIC           

            BEAVER CREEK FLOODED AND CLOSED STATE
            HIGHWAY 76 AT STATE HIGHWAY W. ACCORDING TO
            LOCALS THIS IS A RARE OCCURRENCE. ROAD WAS
            CLOSED FOR TWO HOURS.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       REDFIELD                37.84N 94.88W
05/01/2019  M7.00 INCH       BOURBON            KS   PUBLIC           

            24 HOUR RAINFALL ACCUMULATION. RELAYED VIA
            CO-OP OBSERVER.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       GIRARD                  37.51N 94.84W
05/01/2019  M4.11 INCH       CRAWFORD           KS   CO-OP OBSERVER   

            24 HOUR RAIN ACCUMULATION FROM CO-OP
            OBSERVER.

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       COLUMBUS                37.17N 94.84W
05/01/2019  M3.97 INCH       CHEROKEE           KS   CO-OP OBSERVER   

            24 HOUR RAIN ACCUMULATION FROM CO-OP
            OBSERVER.

0736 AM     HEAVY RAIN       2 WSW ROME              36.83N 92.81W
05/01/2019  M5.25 INCH       DOUGLAS            MO   CO-OP OBSERVER   

            24 HOUR RAINFALL ACCUMULATION FROM CO-OP
            OBSERVER.

0800 AM     HEAVY RAIN       4 S ASH GROVE           37.26N 93.59W
05/01/2019  M2.20 INCH       GREENE             MO   CO-OP OBSERVER   

            24 HOUR RAINFALL ACCUMULATION FROM CO-OP
            OBSERVER.

0830 AM     FLOOD            4 WNW AVA               36.97N 92.73W
05/01/2019                   DOUGLAS            MO   PUBLIC           

            COWSKIN CREEK WAS FLOODED WITH SEVERAL FEET
            OF WATER OVER THE ROADWAY ON HIGHWAY Y AND
            THE ROAD IS CLOSED.

0900 AM     HEAVY RAIN       1 ESE LAMAR             37.49N 94.27W
05/01/2019  M3.55 INCH       BARTON             MO   UTILITY COMPANY  

            LAMAR WATER STATION OBSERVED RAINFALL.

0900 AM     HEAVY RAIN       NEOSHO                  36.87N 94.37W
05/01/2019  M2.72 INCH       NEWTON             MO   CO-OP OBSERVER   

            24 HOUR RAINFALL ACCUMULATION FROM CO-OP
            OBSERVER.

0900 AM     HEAVY RAIN       ROLLA                   37.95N 91.77W
05/01/2019  M3.07 INCH       PHELPS             MO   CO-OP OBSERVER   

            24 HOUR RAINFALL ACCUMULATION FROM CO-OP
            OBSERVER.

0900 AM     HEAVY RAIN       2 SSE NOEL              36.52N 94.47W
05/01/2019  M4.00 INCH       MCDONALD           MO   CO-OP OBSERVER   

            24 HOUR RAINFALL ACCUMULATION FROM 7 MILES
            SW OF PINEVILLE.

0911 AM     HEAVY RAIN       4 ENE POLK              37.76N 93.24W
05/01/2019  M2.64 INCH       POLK               MO   AMATEUR RADIO    

            STORM TOTAL ACCUMULATION OF 2.64 INCHES 5.5
            MILES WEST OF LOUISBURG.

0920 AM     HEAVY RAIN       5 ESE BENNETT SPRINGS   37.70N 92.77W
05/01/2019  M3.50 INCH       LACLEDE            MO   BROADCAST MEDIA  

            STORM TOTAL ACCUMULATION ON HIGHWAY 64
            BETWEEN LEBANON AND BENNETT SPRINGS. PICTURE
            RELAYED VIA MEDIA PARTNER.

0921 AM     HEAVY RAIN       1 WNW CAPE FAIR         36.74N 93.52W
05/01/2019  M4.75 INCH       STONE              MO   BROADCAST MEDIA  

            STORM TOTAL ACCUMULATIONS JUST WEST
            NORTHWEST OF CAPE FAIR. REPORT RELAYED VIA
            MEDIA PARTNER.

0923 AM     HEAVY RAIN       AVA                     36.96N 92.66W
05/01/2019  M8.20 INCH       DOUGLAS            MO   COCORAHS         

            48 HOUR RAINFALL ACCUMULATION IN AVA.

1000 AM     HEAVY RAIN       STOUTLAND               37.81N 92.51W
05/01/2019  M3.30 INCH       CAMDEN             MO   EMERGENCY MNGR   

            24 HOUR RAINFALL ACCUMULATION IN STOUTLAND.

1000 AM     HEAVY RAIN       CAMDENTON               38.01N 92.74W
05/01/2019  M2.50 INCH       CAMDEN             MO   EMERGENCY MNGR   

            24 HOUR RAINFALL ACCUMULATION IN CAMDENTON.

1242 PM     HEAVY RAIN       1 NE SOUTH GREENFIELD   37.39N 93.83W
05/01/2019  M2.80 INCH       DADE               MO   BROADCAST MEDIA  

            STORM TOTAL ACCUMULATION. REPORT RELAYED VIA
            MEDIA PARTNER.

1242 PM     HEAVY RAIN       MANSFIELD               37.11N 92.58W
05/01/2019  M4.45 INCH       WRIGHT             MO   BROADCAST MEDIA  

            STORM TOTAL RAINFALL ACCUMULATION. REPORT
            RELAYED BY MEDIA PARTNER.

1242 PM     HEAVY RAIN       KIMBERLING CITY         36.64N 93.42W
05/01/2019  M4.00 INCH       STONE              MO   BROADCAST MEDIA  

            STORM TOTAL RAINFALL ACCUMULATION. REPORT
            RELAYED VIA MEDIA PARTNER.

1242 PM     HEAVY RAIN       3 W PRESTON             37.94N 93.26W
05/01/2019  M4.60 INCH       HICKORY            MO   BROADCAST MEDIA  

            STORM TOTAL ACCUMULATION 3 MILES EAST OF
            HERMITAGE. RELAYED VIA MEDIA PARTNER.

1242 PM     HEAVY RAIN       FORSYTH                 36.69N 93.12W
05/01/2019  M5.00 INCH       TANEY              MO   BROADCAST MEDIA  

            STORM TOTAL RAINFALL ACCUMULATION. REPORT
            RELAYED VIA MEDIA PARTNER.

1242 PM     HEAVY RAIN       OLDFIELD                36.98N 93.04W
05/01/2019  M4.60 INCH       CHRISTIAN          MO   BROADCAST MEDIA  

            STORM TOTAL RAINFALL ACCUMULATION. RELAYED
            VIA MEDIA PARTNER.

0230 PM     FLOOD            3 S NIXA                37.00N 93.29W
05/01/2019                   CHRISTIAN          MO   AMATEUR RADIO    

            FINLEY RIVER WAS FLOODED OVER RIVERDALE
            ROAD.

 

 


Flooding

Widespread rainfall amounts of 2" to 4" with localized amounts up to around 8" fall across the area during the afternoon through the overnight hours on April 30th.  The heavy rainfall caused flooding including widespread low water crossings becoming impassible.

  

       
       

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