Two days of severe storms... (5/14/2014)

By: NWS Wichita

May 10th & 11th 2014 severe storms

Storms developed during the afternoon hours of Saturday May 10th across the Flint Hills as a dryline retreated to the northwest.  These storms produced numerous reports of large hail along with a couple brief tornado touchdowns.  On Sunday, storms once again developed along this same dryline, but this time it was over western and central Kansas. These storms slowly tracked east through the evening hours producing damaging winds, large hail and tornadoes over Rice and McPherson counties. Significant damage was not reported with these tornadoes.


Storm reports

Storm reports from May 10th 2014. Click image for more detail.

Storm reports from May 11th 2014. Click image for more detail.

 


 Radar

May 10th radar animation

May 11th radar animation

 


 Pictures

 Supercell storm near Howard KS on May 10th. Picture courtesy of Basehunters Chasing.

Tornado near Severy KS on May 10th. Picture taken by Cory Mottice

Large hail in Augusta on May 10th. Picture taken by Justin Londagin and courtesy of KAKE.

 

Large hail in Augusta on May 10th. Picture taken by Becky Henry.

Tornado south of McPherson on May 11th around 10 pm. Picture taken by Cory Inmon.

Tornado near McPherson on May 11th around 10 pm. Picture taken by Travis Heying and courtesy of Kansas.com

Supercell with developing tornado near Sterling KS around 9 pm. Picture courtesy Tornado Titans.

 

Storm approaching western Sedgwick county on May 11th around 10:30 pm.

 

Supercell near Atlanta KS on May 10th. Picture taken by Tom Dolan

Supercell near Severy KS on May 10th. Picture taken by Tom Dolan.



 

 

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