PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
1227 PM CDT THU JUL 22 2010

...SUMMARY OF WIND DAMAGE FROM JULY 19 2010...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN LINCOLN CONDUCTED A DAMAGE SURVEY ON
TUESDAY JULY 20. IT CONCENTRATED ON THE DAMAGE FROM THE WIND STORMS
THAT OCCURRED ON MONDAY AFTERNOON JULY 19. SEVERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT PERSONNEL ASSISTED IN THE ANALYSIS OF THE DAMAGE IN THEIR
RESPECTIVE AREAS.

THE FOLLOWING IS A SUMMARY OF THE RESULTS OF THE SURVEY...

THE DAMAGE SURVEY CONCENTRATED ON SIGNIFICANT WIND DAMAGE THAT
OCCURRED AROUND SULLIVAN AND FINDLAY, TO VERIFY THE MOST LIKELY
CAUSE OF THE DAMAGE. ADDITIONAL SIGNIFICANT WIND DAMAGE OCCURRED
AROUND TAYLORVILLE, CHARLESTON/MATTOON, FLORA, OLNEY, AND
PALESTINE...WITH VARYING DEGREES OF CROP AND TREE DAMAGE BETWEEN
THOSE LOCATIONS.

MOULTRIE COUNTY...

BETWEEN 2 PM AND 215 PM IN THE CITY OF SULLIVAN...DOWNBURST WINDS
CAUSED STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO THE 4 BUILDINGS ALONG THE ENTIRE BLOCK
OF EAST JEFFERSON STREET IN THE TOWN SQUARE. THE ROOF AND FACADE OF
THE BUILDING ON THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SOUTH MAIN STREET AND EAST
JEFFERSON WERE BLOWN ONTO THE STREET BELOW...CRUSHING A CAR ON EAST
JEFFERSON STREET. THE DESTROYED ROOF WAS BLOWN ACROSS 3 OTHER
BUILDINGS ALONG EAST JEFFERSON STREET...CAUSING DAMAGE TO EACH ONE
BEFORE STRIKING ANOTHER BUILDING ACROSS SOUTH WASHINGTON STREET. THE
ROOF DEBRIS THEN LANDED ON THE STREET BELOW. WIND SPEEDS THAT
CAUSED THIS DAMAGE WERE ESTIMATED BETWEEN 80 AND 100 MPH. ON THE
SOUTH SIDE OF SULLIVAN...A ROOF WAS PARTIALLY REMOVED FROM THE APPLE
INN HOTEL...WITH ESTIMATED WIND SPEEDS OF 80-90 MPH. PIECES OF THE
ROOF AND BROKEN BRANCHES WERE CARRIED 200 YARDS AWAY BY THE WIND.

NUMEROUS 1 TO 2 FOOT DIAMETER TREES WERE BROKEN OFF OR UPROOTED IN
VARIOUS LOCATIONS AROUND SULLIVAN...WITH WIND SPEEDS ESTIMATED
AROUND 80-90 MPH. ADDITIONAL WIND DAMAGE OCCURRED TO LARGE TREES AND
CROPS WITH MINOR SHINGLE DAMAGE TO ROOFS IN VARIOUS LOCATIONS FOR
SEVERAL MILES SOUTH OF SULLIVAN ALONG HIGHWAY 32...AND SOUTHWEST OF
SULLIVAN TOWARD FINDLAY. THE POCKETS OF DOWNBURST WINDS THAT CAUSED
THE DAMAGE WERE ESTIMATED AT AROUND 80 MPH.

SHELBY COUNTY...

DOWNBURST WINDS CAUSED A LARGE CELL TOWER TO COLLAPSE 1 MILE EAST OF
FINDLAY ALONG COUNTY HWY 4...AROUND 150 PM. INVESTIGATION OF THE
SITE WITH THE EMERGENCY MANAGER FOUND THAT THE COLLAPSE WAS MOST
LIKELY CAUSED BY A SMALLER ANTENNA LOCATED CLOSE BY TO THE SOUTHWEST
OF THE CELL TOWER. IT APPEARED THAT THE ANTENNA WAS BLOWN DOWN INTO
THE CELL TOWER SUPPORT WIRES...CAUSING THE CELL TOWER TO COLLAPSE.
LITTLE ADDITIONAL TREE DAMAGE WAS OBSERVED NEAR THE COLLAPSED
TOWERS. WIND SPEEDS THAT CAUSED THE ANTENNA TO COLLAPSE WERE
ESTIMATED AT 80-90 MPH.

FINDLAY SUSTAINED WIDESPREAD DAMAGE. ONE MARINE STORAGE FACILITY ON
THE WEST SIDE OF TOWN HAD ALL 16 ALUMINUM DOORS BLOWN IN ON THE WEST
SIDE OF THE BUILDING...WITH A FEW DOORS ON THE EAST SIDE BLOWN
OUTWARD. THE ROOF REMAINED IN PLACE. NUMEROUS TREES SUSTAINED DAMAGE
IN FINDLAY...WITH SOME MINOR DAMAGE TO ROOFS OF A FEW HOMES.

ADDITIONAL WIND DAMAGE SURVEYED BY COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGERS...

CHRISTIAN COUNTY...

DOWNBURST WINDS CAUSE EXTENSIVE DAMAGE IN AND AROUND TAYLORVILLE
BETWEEN 105 PM AND 125 PM. NEAR THE HIGH SCHOOL...A MASONRY BRICK
OUTBUILDING WAS BLOWN DOWN AND AN EQUIPMENT STORAGE BUILDING LOST A
PORTION OF ITS ROOF. ONE HOME LOST A PORTION OF ITS ROOF...AND AN
ALUMINUM SHED WAS DESTROYED AND BLOWN INTO A HOME. NUMEROUS TREES
WERE BLOWN DOWN OR SNAPPED OFF. ONE TREE FELL INTO A CAR...WITH
SEVERAL HOMES ALSO DAMAGED BY TREES. WIND SPEEDS AROUND TAYLORVILLE
WERE ESTIMATED AT 80-90 MPH.

COLES COUNTY...

DOWNBURST WINDS CAUSED WIDESPREAD DAMAGE IN AND AROUND THE
CHARLESTON/MATTOON AREA...MAINLY AROUND 235 PM. TWO HOMES ON NORTH
6TH STREET IN CHARLESTON SUSTAINED SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE DUE TO A LARGE
4 FOOT DIAMETER TREE FALLING ON THEM. NUMEROUS LARGE TREES WERE
BLOWN DOWN OR SNAPPED OFF...WITH VARYING DEGREES OF YARD AND HOME
DAMAGE DUE TO THE FALLING DEBRIS. A LARGE TV/RADIO ANTENNA TOWER WAS
TORN FROM A HOME AND BLOWN OVER 2 MILES EAST OF CHARLESTON.

MOULTRIE/CLAY/RICHLAND/CRAWFORD COUNTIES...

DOWNBURST WINDS DAMAGED NUMEROUS 1 TO 2 FOOT DIAMETER TREES ACROSS
THESE COUNTIES BETWEEN 2 PM AND 310 PM. SOME LOCATIONS WITH MORE
CONCENTRATED DAMAGE WERE... ALLENVILLE... FLORA... OLNEY... AND
PALESTINE. A FEW POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN NEAR ALLENVILLE AND
PALESTINE... WITH SOME STRUCTURES DAMAGED BY FALLING TREES. CROP
DAMAGE WAS ALSO WIDESPREAD.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CONCERNING THIS SEVERE WEATHER
EVENT...CHECK THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN WEB SITE AT...
WEATHER.GOV/LINCOLN  /ALL LOWER CASE/

ED SHIMON - SENIOR METEOROLOGIST
KIRK HUETTL - METEOROLOGIST
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PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT...SUMMARY NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL 523 PM CDT MON JUL 19 2010 ..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON... ..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... ..REMARKS.. 1103 AM HAIL ASTORIA 40.23N 90.36W 07/19/2010 M1.00 INCH FULTON IL EMERGENCY MNGR 1145 AM TSTM WND DMG OAKFORD 40.10N 89.97W 07/19/2010 MENARD IL EMERGENCY MNGR 4 TO 5 INCH DIAMETER BRANCHES DOWN AND REPORTS OF LIGHT POLES DOWN. 1235 PM HEAVY RAIN 6 SSE SPRINGFIELD 39.70N 89.60W 07/19/2010 M1.07 INCH SANGAMON IL MESONET 1.07 INCHES OF RAINFALL MEASURED IN 50 MINUTES. COCORAHS REPORT. 1245 PM HEAVY RAIN 1 NW JACKSONVILLE 39.74N 90.25W 07/19/2010 M1.06 INCH MORGAN IL MESONET 1.06 INCHES OF RAIN FELL IN PREVIOUS 45 MINUTES. COCORAHS REPORT. 0105 PM TSTM WND GST 2 SW TAYLORVILLE 39.50N 89.29W 07/19/2010 E70.00 MPH CHRISTIAN IL CO-OP OBSERVER SOME TREE LIMBS DOWN WITH SIZE UNKNOWN AT THIS TIME. 0110 PM TSTM WND DMG TAYLORVILLE 39.52N 89.26W 07/19/2010 CHRISTIAN IL EMERGENCY MNGR MULTIPLE REPORTS OF TREES DWON, ROOF OFF HOME, METAL BUILDING INTO HOME AND TREE ONTO CAR IN TAYLORVILLE. 0110 PM TSTM WND DMG TAYLORVILLE 39.52N 89.26W 07/19/2010 CHRISTIAN IL EMERGENCY MNGR CONCRETE BUILDING LEVELED NORTH OF HIGH SCHOOL. EQUIPMENT STORAGE BUILDING LOST PORTION OF ROOF NEAR HIGH SCHOOL. TREE BLOWN OVER ONTO CAR. CARPORT WRAPPED AROUND HOUSE. TREE UPROOTED. 0125 PM TSTM WND GST TAYLORVILLE 39.52N 89.26W 07/19/2010 M51.00 MPH CHRISTIAN IL AWOS 0152 PM TSTM WND DMG FINDLAY 39.52N 88.75W 07/19/2010 SHELBY IL PUBLIC GARAGE DESTROYED AND TREES UPROOTED WITHIN TOWN. PUBLIC REPORT RELAYED THROUGH LAW ENFORCEMENT. 0156 PM TSTM WND GST MOUNT ZION 39.78N 88.88W 07/19/2010 E50.00 MPH MACON IL TRAINED SPOTTER SOME TREE LIMBS DOWN. 0200 PM HAIL 1 NE MATTOON 39.49N 88.36W 07/19/2010 M1.00 INCH COLES IL EMERGENCY MNGR 0200 PM TSTM WND DMG SULLIVAN 39.60N 88.61W 07/19/2010 MOULTRIE IL LAW ENFORCEMENT WIDESPREAD DAMAGE WITH ROOFS OFF HOMES AND TREES DOWN. 0203 PM HAIL 2 SSW MATTOON 39.45N 88.38W 07/19/2010 E0.75 INCH COLES IL TRAINED SPOTTER ONE MILE SOUTHWEST OF OLD STATE MOBILE HOME VILLAGE. 0214 PM TSTM WND GST MATTOON 39.48N 88.37W 07/19/2010 M53.00 MPH COLES IL ASOS 0218 PM TSTM WND GST 1 N MATTOON 39.49N 88.37W 07/19/2010 E70.00 MPH COLES IL EMERGENCY MNGR DEBRIS IN THE AIR. 0220 PM TSTM WND GST 3 N MATTOON 39.52N 88.37W 07/19/2010 M60.00 MPH COLES IL MESONET 0224 PM TSTM WND DMG 2 SE ALLENVILLE 39.54N 88.51W 07/19/2010 MOULTRIE IL MESONET AT 121 AND 1675 EAST. POWER LINES WERE BLOWN OVER AT NEAR 45 DEGREE ANGLE. SWOP REPORT. 0224 PM TSTM WND DMG ALLENVILLE 39.56N 88.54W 07/19/2010 MOULTRIE IL MESONET 8 TO 12 INCH DIAMETER TREES DOWN. ONE TREE ON TOP OF A GARAGE. SWOP REPORT. 0224 PM HAIL 1 E CHARLESTON 39.48N 88.16W 07/19/2010 M0.50 INCH COLES IL EMERGENCY MNGR 0224 PM TSTM WND GST 1 NE MATTOON 39.49N 88.36W 07/19/2010 E70.00 MPH COLES IL EMERGENCY MNGR 0224 PM TSTM WND DMG 3 N MATTOON 39.52N 88.37W 07/19/2010 COLES IL MESONET 1.5 FOOT DIAMETER HEALTHY TREE SNAPPED ACROSS 1000 NORTH. SWOP REPORT. 0236 PM HAIL CHARLESTON 39.48N 88.18W 07/19/2010 M1.50 INCH COLES IL MESONET SWOP REPORT. 0236 PM TSTM WND GST CHARLESTON 39.48N 88.18W 07/19/2010 E60.00 MPH COLES IL MESONET SWOP REPORT. 0236 PM TSTM WND GST MATTOON 39.48N 88.37W 07/19/2010 M62.00 MPH COLES IL ASOS 0236 PM TSTM WND DMG CHARLESTON 39.48N 88.18W 07/19/2010 COLES IL BROADCAST MEDIA TWO HOMES ON NORTH 6TH STREET SUSTAINED SIGNIFICANT STRUCTURAL DAMAGE DUE TO A LARGE 4 FOOT DIAMETER TREE FALLING ON THEM. CORRECTED TIME/LOCATION OF PREVIOUS REPORT THAT HAD DAMAGE IN MATTOON. 0238 PM TSTM WND DMG 2 E CHARLESTON 39.48N 88.14W 07/19/2010 COLES IL BROADCAST MEDIA LARGE TV/RADIO ANTENNA TOWER TORN FROM HOUSE AND BLOWN OVER. 0255 PM TSTM WND DMG FLORA 38.67N 88.48W 07/19/2010 CLAY IL EMERGENCY MNGR 10 INCH DIAMETER LIMBS DOWN. 0300 PM TSTM WND DMG 1 NW OLNEY 38.74N 88.10W 07/19/2010 RICHLAND IL TRAINED SPOTTER LARGE TREE DOWN IN PARK. POWER LINES DOWN IN COUNTY WEST OF TOWN. 0300 PM TSTM WND DMG PALESTINE 39.00N 87.61W 07/19/2010 CRAWFORD IL MESONET POWER LINES AND STREET SIGNS DOWN, 8-10 MATURE OAK TREES WITH 2-3 FEET IN DIAMETER DOWN, 10-12 INCH TREE LIMBS DOWN ALL OVER TOWN, POWER OUT. TIME ESTIMATED. 0305 PM TSTM WND DMG 2 W OLNEY 38.73N 88.12W 07/19/2010 RICHLAND IL TRAINED SPOTTER NUMEROUS 1.5 FOOT DIAMETER TREES DOWN ALONG WITH POWER LINE DONW. 0310 PM HAIL 3 N PALESTINE 39.05N 87.61W 07/19/2010 E0.75 INCH CRAWFORD IL MESONET SWOP REPORT. 0310 PM TSTM WND GST 3 N PALESTINE 39.05N 87.61W 07/19/2010 E60.00 MPH CRAWFORD IL MESONET SWOP REPORT.
              July 19th Wind Damage Photo Gallery
Telephone Pole down on the northwest side of Sullivan along highway 121. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.Bricks thrown off top of building by 100 mph wind gusts on Sullivan's Town Square. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.Bricks from rooftops blown on Sullivan's town square. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.Bricks from top of building thrown on car on Sullivan's Town Square. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon. Wind damage to buildings on Sullivan's Town Square July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.
Wind damage to buildings and trees by Sullivan's town square July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.  Wind damage on Sullivan's town square July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon. Wind damage on Sullivan's town square July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.  Wind damage on Sullivan's town square July 19th. Photo courtesty of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon. Wind Damage on Sullivan's Town Square July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.
Wind damage to trees near Sullivan's town square July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.  Wind damage on Sullivan's town square July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon. Wind damage on Sullivan's town square July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.  Wind damage on Sullivan's town square July 19th. Photo courtesty of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon. Wind Damage on Sullivan's Town Square July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.
Wind damage on Sullivan's town square July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.  Wind damage on Sullivan's town square July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon. Wind damage on Sullivan's town square July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.  People gathering around the court house in the middle of Sullivan's town square where clean up efforts were underway from the 100 mph wind damage on Monday afternoon July 19th. Photo courtesty of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon. Tree blown down by a house near Sullivan's town square July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.
Wind damage of Apple Inn's roof on Sullivan's south side July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.  Ed Shimon inspecting roof damage from the Apple Inn on Sullivan's south side. Photo courtesy of NWS employee Kirk Huettl. Wind damage off Apple Inn's roof Sullivan's south side July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.  Wind Damage to Apple Inn roof on Sullivan's south side July 19th. Photo courtesty of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon. Wind damaged roof of Apple Inn on Sullivan's south side July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.
Wind damage to trees in Sullivan Monday afternoon July 19th. Photo courtesy of Brad Emel. Wind damage to a brick building on Sullivan's town square Monday afternoon July 19th. Photo courtesy of Brad Emel. Wind damage to buildings on Sullivan's town square Monday afternoon July 19th. Photo courtesy of Brad Emel. Wind damage to trees in Sullivan Monday afternoon July 19th. Photo courtesy of Brad Emel. Wind damage to a brick building on Sullivan's town square Monday afternoon July 19th. Photo courtesy of Brad Emel.
Wind damage to trees in Sullivan Monday afternoon July 19th. Photo courtesy of Brad Emel. Wind damage to a brick building on Sullivan's town square Monday afternoon July 19th. Photo courtesy of Brad Emel. Wind damage in Sullivan from severe storms Monday afternoon July 19th. Photo courtesy of Miles Trueblood.  Wind Damage in Sullivan from severe storms Monday afternoon July 19th. Photo courtesy of Miles Trueblood.Wind damage in Sullivan from severe storms Monday afternoon July 19th. Photo courtesy of Miles Trueblood.
Large Trees blown down by a house on the south side of Sullivan July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.  Large trees blown down by a house on the south side of Sullivan July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon. Large trees blown down by a house on the south side of Sullivan July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.  Large trees blown down by a house on the south side of Sullivan July 19th. Photo courtesty of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon. Large trees blown down by a house on the south side of Sullivan July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.
Large Trees blown down by a house on the south side of Sullivan July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.  Wind blew down corn in southwest Moultrie county July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.  Trees blown down by a house near South Shores in southwest Moultrie county July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.  Trees blown down by a few houses near South Shores in southwest Moultrie county July 19th. Photo courtesty of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon. Trees blown down by a few houses near South Shores in southwest Moultrie county July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.
Trees blown down by a few houses near South Shores in southwest Moultrie county July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.  Corn blown down near South Shores in southwest Moultrie county July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.  Corn and Trees blown down near South Shores in southwest Moultrie county July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.  Trees blown down by a few houses near South Shores in southwest Moultrie county July 19th. Photo courtesty of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon. Trees blown down by a few houses near South Shores in southwest Moultrie county July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.
Trees blown down by a few houses near South Shores in southwest Moultrie county July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.  Corn blown down near South Shores in southwest Moultrie county July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.  Corn and Trees blown down near South Shores in southwest Moultrie county July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.  Trees blown down by a few houses near South Shores in southwest Moultrie county July 19th. Photo courtesty of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon. Trees and corn blown down by a few houses near South Shores in southwest Moultrie county July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.
Tree branches blown down by a house near South Shores in southwest Moultrie county July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.   Tower blown down 1 mile east of Findlay along highway 4 on Monday afternoon July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.   Tower blown down 1 mile east of Findlay along highway 4 on Monday afternoon July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.   Tower blown down 1 mile east of Findlay along highway 4 on Monday afternoon July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.   Tower blown down 1 mile east of Findlay along highway 4 on Monday afternoon July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.
Tower blown down 1 mile east of Findlay along highway 4 on Monday afternoon July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.  Tower blown down 1 mile east of Findlay along highway 4 on Monday afternoon July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.   Tower blown down 2 miles east of Findlay along highway 4 on Monday afternoon July 19th. Photo courtesy of Miles Trueblood. Tower blown down 2 miles east of Findlay along highway 4 on Monday afternoon July 19th. Photo courtesy of Miles Trueblood.  Tree branches being cleaned up in Findlay after the severe storms Monday afternoon July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.
Trees branches being cleaned up in Findlay after severe storms Monday afternoon July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.  Tree damage from severe winds in Findlay Monday afternoon July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.  Trees damaged from severe winds in Findlay Monday afternoon July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.   Trees damaged from severe winds in Findlay Monday afternoon July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.   Tree damage in Findlay from severe winds on Monday afternoon July 19th. Photo courtesy of NWS employees Kirk Huettl & Ed Shimon.
Wind damage to trees in Sullivan Monday afternoon July 19th. Photo courtesy of Brad Emel.  Shed blown into house on Springfield Road in Taylorville from severe winds Monday afternoon July 19th. Photo courtesy of Ray Wisemanl.     
Map of July 19th 2010 severe weather reports

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