June 4 Tornado and Flooding

One tornado occurred the morning of June 4, flooding developed across much of the area, and a round of afternoon storms brought additional wind damage to parts of the area.

Greene County Tornado:

The morning tornado has been rated as an EF-0 and impacted Bloomfield. This tornado was within an area of straight line wind damage.

Below are reports received by the NWS for the events of the day:

 PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT...SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
700 PM EDT WED JUN 04 2008
..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON... ..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... ..REMARKS..
0356 PM TSTM WND DMG SHELBURN 39.18N 87.40W 06/04/2008 SULLIVAN IN LAW ENFORCEMENT POWER LINES DOWN AND A TREE ON A HOUSE
0358 PM TSTM WND DMG SULLIVAN 39.10N 87.41W 06/04/2008 SULLIVAN IN LAW ENFORCEMENT POWER LINES DOWN
0358 PM TSTM WND DMG HYMERA 39.19N 87.30W 06/04/2008 SULLIVAN IN LAW ENFORCEMENT POWER OUT TO A LARGE PORTION OF THE TOWN
0402 PM HAIL SPENCER 39.29N 86.77W 06/04/2008 E1.00 INCH OWEN IN TRAINED SPOTTER
0410 PM TSTM WND DMG TERRE HAUTE 39.47N 87.38W 06/04/2008 VIGO IN BROADCAST MEDIA TREES DOWN AND ALSO 61 MPH WIND GUST
0413 PM TSTM WND DMG TERRE HAUTE 39.47N 87.38W 06/04/2008 VIGO IN AMATEUR RADIO TREES DOWN ON POPLAR AND OHIO STREET. TREES ALSO DOWN ON WABASH AVENUE.
0413 PM TSTM WND DMG TERRE HAUTE 39.47N 87.38W 06/04/2008 VIGO IN AMATEUR RADIO TREES AND POWERLINES DOWN
0414 PM TSTM WND GST 2 S TERRE HAUTE 39.44N 87.38W 06/04/2008 E60.00 MPH VIGO IN BROADCAST MEDIA
0415 PM HAIL S BLOOMINGTON 39.17N 86.52W 06/04/2008 E0.88 INCH MONROE IN TRAINED SPOTTER
0420 PM HAIL S SPENCER 39.29N 86.77W 06/04/2008 E1.00 INCH OWEN IN AMATEUR RADIO
0420 PM TSTM WND DMG 8 SE BRAZIL 39.44N 87.02W
06/04/2008 CLAY IN CO-OP OBSERVER 50 TO 60 MPH WIND GUST WITH A TREE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS STATE ROAD 46 EAST OF BOWLING GREEN.
0424 PM FUNNEL CLOUD 8 SW SPENCER 39.21N 86.87W 06/04/2008 OWEN IN LAW ENFORCEMENT

0425 PM HAIL BLOOMINGTON 39.17N 86.52W 06/04/2008 E1.00 INCH MONROE IN AMATEUR RADIO STATE ROAD 37
0435 PM TSTM WND DMG 1 S SPENCER 39.27N 86.77W 06/04/2008 OWEN IN AMATEUR RADIO TREES DOWN AND A 57 MPH WIND GUST
0439 PM TSTM WND GST 8 NNE SPENCER 39.39N 86.71W 06/04/2008 M65.00 MPH OWEN IN TRAINED SPOTTER WIND GUST NEAR QUINCY AND 3 INCH TREE LIMBS DOWN AS WELL
0445 PM TSTM WND GST 3 S PARAGON 39.35N 86.56W 06/04/2008 E50.00 MPH MORGAN IN TRAINED SPOTTER
0447 PM TSTM WND GST GREENCASTLE 39.64N 86.84W 06/04/2008 E55.00 MPH PUTNAM IN EMERGENCY MNGR ESTIMATED 55 TO 60 MPH
0450 PM TSTM WND DMG COATESVILLE 39.69N 86.67W 06/04/2008 HENDRICKS IN AMATEUR RADIO ROOF OFF BARN
0455 PM FLASH FLOOD 7 S SPENCER 39.19N 86.77W 06/04/2008 OWEN IN TRAINED SPOTTER 2.49 INCHES OF RAIN IN THE PAST 60 MINUTES. FLASH FLOODING IS IN PROGRESS.
0500 PM FLASH FLOOD 9 SW SPENCER 39.19N 86.89W 06/04/2008 OWEN IN CO-OP OBSERVER SOUTH OF FREEDOM OVER SIX INCHES OF WATER IS OVER STATE ROUTE 67
0502 PM TSTM WND DMG COLUMBUS 39.21N 85.91W 06/04/2008 BARTHOLOMEW IN TRAINED SPOTTER SEVERAL LARGE TREE LIMBS DOWN
0503 PM TSTM WND DMG MOORESVILLE 39.62N 86.37W 06/04/2008 MORGAN IN TRAINED SPOTTER TREES DOWN AND TRANSFORMERS STRUCK BY LIGHTNING. PEA SIZE HAIL ALSO REPORTED.
0505 PM TSTM WND DMG MARTINSVILLE 39.42N 86.42W 06/04/2008 MORGAN IN AMATEUR RADIO EIGHT INCH DIAMETER TREE DOWN
0505 PM TSTM WND GST 10 NE NASHVILLE 39.31N 86.10W 06/04/2008 M62.00 MPH BROWN IN AMATEUR RADIO GUST NEAR SPEARSVILLE
0510 PM FLASH FLOOD BLOOMINGTON 39.17N 86.52W 06/04/2008 MONROE IN PUBLIC STREETS FLOODED AT SHERIDAN AND HAWTHORNE. WATER IS KNEE DEEP IN ADJACENT YARDS. SMALL LIMBS WERE REPORTED DOWN.
0515 PM FLASH FLOOD 8 SW SPENCER 39.21N 86.87W 06/04/2008 OWEN IN CO-OP OBSERVER TRAFFIC DOWN TO ONE LANE ON STATE ROAD 67
0525 PM TSTM WND DMG NORTH VERNON 39.01N 85.63W
06/04/2008 JENNINGS IN PUBLIC TREES DOWN AND STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO A RESTAURANT
0538 PM TSTM WND GST COLUMBUS 39.21N 85.91W 06/04/2008 M52.00 MPH BARTHOLOMEW IN AMATEUR RADIO
0640 PM FLASH FLOOD 5 N NORTH VERNON 39.08N 85.63W 06/04/2008 JENNINGS IN LAW ENFORCEMENT CONSIDERABLE FLOODING. A COUPLE OF WATER RESCUES WERE OCCURRING IN THE NORTH PART OF JENNINGS COUNTY.

 


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