Severe Storms Produce Large Hail & Damaging Winds
June 19th, 2014

Scattered thunderstorms moved from eastern Wyoming, into the Nebraska Panhandle then across parts of western Nebraska, on Monday evening, May 19th. 

One storm produced baseball sized hail 13 miles north of Imperial, in Perkins County.  Another storm produced hail to the size of tennis balls, and wind gusts estimated as high as 70 miles an hour, near Chappell.  Some areas that were affected by these severe storms as they marched east included Chase, Deuel, Garden,  Hayes, Lincoln and Perkins counties. 

Radar Reflectivity/Warning Polygon/Local Storm Report Animation
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Preliminary Local Storm Reports
Click on map above for a listing of the Preliminary Local Storm Reports

Photo credit: John Gnuechtel
Photo credit: John Gnuechtel
Taken from Kingsley Dam
 

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