NWS
St. Louis, Missouri

May 12th - 13th, 2002 Severe Weather Event
Damaging Winds, Large Hail Isolated Tornadoes, and Substantial Flooding Across Much of the Bi-State Region

Damage Maps and Analysis:
Damage Pictures over
parts of Desloge, MO
(image loop)
Damage Pictures from
southern parts of
Chester, IL
(image loop)
Damage Map for
portions of
Southeast Missouri
Damage Map for
portions of
Southwest Illinois
Radar Derived
Precipitation for portions of
Southeastern Missouri and Southwest Illinois
 
Damage Survey Assessment:
NWS - ST. LOUIS COMPLETED A SURVEY OF THE DAMAGE OVER PARTS OF WASHINGTON, ST. FRANCOIS, STE. GENEVIEVE COUNTIES IN SOUTHEAST MISSOURI AND RANDOLPH COUNTY IN SOUTHWEST ILLINOIS. PRELIMINARY RESULTS SHOW THAT THREE TORNADOES AND MULTIPLE DOWNBURST WIND SWATHS OCCURRED OVER THIS AREA.

FIRST TORNADO (EASTERN WASHINGTON COUNTY MO)

THE FIRST OF THREE TORNADOES BRIEFLY TOUCHED DOWN ABOUT 6 MILES SOUTHEAST OF POTOSI, MISSOURI IN EASTERN WASHINGTON COUNTY. SEVERAL TREES WERE DAMAGED BY THE TORNADO. THE TORNADO OCCURRED AT APPROXIMATELY 610 PM CDT. THE DAMAGE PATH WAS ABOUT 100 YARDS LONG AND 30 YARDS WIDE. DAMAGE WAS RATED F0 ON THE FUJITA SCALE.

SECOND TORNADO (WESTERN AND CENTRAL ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY MO)

THE SECOND TORNADO INITIALLY TOUCHED DOWN JUST NORTH OF THE COMMUNITY OF FRANKCLAY ON HIGHWAY M IN WESTERN ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY AT APPROXIMATELY 618 PM CDT. A NUMBER OF TREES AND LARGE LIMBS WERE STRIPPED/DAMAGED BY THE TORNADO. THE TORNADO PATH OVER THIS AREA WAS APPROXIMATELY 30 YARDS AND DAMAGE WAS RATED F0. THE TORNADO MOVED EASTWARD ACROSS THE COMMUNITY OF DESLOGE MAINLY CAUSING TREE DAMAGE ALONG CHESTNUT STREET WEST OF HIGHWAY 8. THE TORNADO MOVED EAST OF HIGHWAY 8 ALONG AND SOUTH OF CHESTNUT STREET CAUSING SCATTERED TREE DAMAGE AND DESTROYING ONE UTILITY POLE NEAR ELM STREET AND THE MIDDLE SCHOOL. A FEW HOMES AND THE MIDDLE SCHOOL SUSTAINED MAINLY ROOF DAMAGE, ALTHOUGH ONE LARGE TREE FELL ONTO A HOUSE TRAILER. THE TORNADO PATH WAS APPROXIMATELY 40 YARDS AND RATED F0. THE TORNADO TURNED NORTHEAST ACROSS CHESTNUT STREET THEN MOVED OVER AN OPEN FIELD WEST OF STATE STREET. ONE HALF OF THE ROOF OF A LARGE MACHINE SHED WAS THROWN EAST OVER 200 YARDS. SEVERAL DOWNED TREES SHOWED THE CLASSIC CONVERGENT PATTERN NOTED WITH TORNADIC DAMAGE IMMEDIATELY SOUTH OF THE MACHINE SHED AND A LARGE HOME.

DAMAGE PATTERNS JUST NORTHEAST OF THE MACHINE SHED SUGGESTED A TOUCHDOWN OF A SECOND FUNNEL. BOTH FUNNELS APPEARED TO MERGE JUST WEST OF STATE STREET. SEVERAL LARGE TREES WERE SIGNIFICANTLY DAMAGED 80 YARDS EAST OF THE LARGE HOME AND MACHINE SHED. THREE HOMES ON THE WEST SIDE OF STATE STREET SUSTAINED MINOR ROOF AND SIDING DAMAGE. ONE TWO BY FOUR PIECE OF WOOD WAS DRIVEN INTO THE NORTH SIDE OF ONE HOME. A SMALL UTILITY SHED AND GARAGE BEHIND ONE OF THE HOMES WAS DESTROYED. PIECES OF MANGLED SHEET METAL FROM THE LARGE MACHINE SHED LANDED IN THE FRONT YARD OF TWO OF THE THREE HOMES. THE DAMAGE WAS APPROXIMATELY 100 YARDS WIDE OVER THIS AREA. THE TORNADO THEN HIT A VACANT TWO STORY BUILDING JUST EAST OF STATE STREET COMPLETELY UPLIFTING THE ROOF AND CAUSING CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE TO TWO SIDES OF THE BUILDING. THE TORNADIC DAMAGE PATH WAS LESS THAN 50 YARDS BUT THE DAMAGE WAS RATED F1 AT THIS LOCATION. THE TORNADO SKIPPED ACROSS HIGHWAY 67 AND HIT ANOTHER LARGE SHEET METAL BUILDING ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE HIGHWAY. THE NORTH SIDE OF THE ROOF OF A SECOND LARGE BUILDING WAS UPLIFTED AND DISPLACED SEVERAL TENS OF YARDS TO THE EAST. OVER 100 YARDS EAST OF THIS BUILDING ADDITIONALLY TREE DAMAGE WAS OBSERVED. THE WIDTH OF THE DAMAGE PATH OVER THIS AREA WAS LESS THAN 40 YARDS AND RATED F0. THE TOTAL LENGTH OF THE DAMAGE PATH OF THIS TORNADO WAS 7.0 MILES. DAMAGING DOWNBURST WINDS WERE DOCUMENTED ACROSS PARTS OF WESTERN AND CENTRAL STE. GENEVIEVE COUNTY MAINLY ALONG AND SOUTH OF COUNTY ROAD C AND NORTH OF HIGHWAY 32.

THIRD TORNADO (SOUTHWESTERN RANDOLPH COUNTY IL)

A THIRD BRIEF TORNADO TOUCHDOWN OCCURRED IN A SUBDIVISION OVER THE SOUTH SIDE OF CHESTER, ILLINOIS (SOUTH OF THE CITY PARK) IN SOUTHWEST RANDOLPH COUNTY. ONE HOME SUSTAINED ROOF DAMAGE WHILE A SECOND HOME EXPERIENCED MINOR STRIPPING DAMAGE. SEVERAL PINES WERE SNAPPED AT THE BASE WHILE A NUMBER OF LARGE WHITE OAK TREES WERE EITHER TORN OFF 15 FEET FROM THE BASE OF THE TREE OR TWISTED NEAR THE BASE OF THE TREE. A CONVERGENT DAMAGE PATTERN WAS OBSERVED OVER THIS AREA. THE LENGTH OF THE TORNADIC DAMAGE TRACK OVER THIS AREA WAS ROUGHLY 100 YARDS LONG AND 30 YARDS WIDE. THE DAMAGE WAS RATED F0. MINOR TREE DAMAGE WAS OBSERVED JUST SOUTH OF THE TORNADO TRACK ALONG AND WEST OF HIGHWAY 3.

FINAL DISCUSSION

THE TORNADOES WHICH CAUSED DAMAGE OVER PARTS OF EASTERN WASHINGTON AND ST. FRANCOIS COUNTIES IN MISSOURI AND FAR SOUTHWEST RANDOLPH COUNTY ILLINOIS ARE REFERRED TO AS 'NON-SUPERCELL TORNADOES' WHICH FORMED JUST NORTH OF THE APEX OF A BOW ECHO. A LOW-LEVEL OUTFLOW BOUNDARY FROM AN EARLIER STORM INTERSECTED THE BOW ECHO AND LIKELY ENHANCED THE POTENTIAL FOR TORNADIC ACTIVITY. THE TORNADO OVER ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY HAD A LONGER LIFESPAN COMPARED TO THE TORNADO OVER SHILOH, ILLINOIS ON APRIL 27, 2002.
 
Preliminary Storm Reports for May 12th:
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ST LOUIS MO
941 PM CDT SUN MAY 12 2002
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LOCATION (COUNTY)

(KNOX MO)




(SHELBY MO)



NOVELTY MO (KNOX)


(LEWIS MO)



(MARION MO)


(WARREN MO)



(GREENE IL)


JERSEYVILLE IL (JERSEY)


(MACOUPIN IL)



(LINCOLN MO)




GOLDEN IL (ADAMS)


MCBAINE MO (BOONE)

MCBAINE MO (BOONE)

COLUMBIA MO (BOONE)

DEER PARK MO (BOONE)

DEER PARK MO (BOONE)

MILLERSBURG MO (CALLAWAY)

MILLERSBURG MO (CALLAWAY)

8E KINGDOM CITY MO (CALLAWAY)

MONTGOMERY CITY MO (MONTGOMERY)

NEW LONDON MO (RALLS)


NEW LONDON MO (RALLS)

HAWK POINT MO (LINCOLN)

NEW LONDON MO (RALLS)


HAWK POINT MO (LINCOLN)

5N HANNIBAL MO (MARION)

GODFREY IL (MADISON)

GODFREY IL (MADISON)

CUBA MO (CRAWFORD)

JEFFERSON CITY MO (COLE)

1N STEELVILLE MO (CRAWFORD)

2N CALEDONIA MO (WASHINGTON)


5E POTOSI MO (WASHINGTON)



4S POTOSI MO (WASHINGTON)

1E POTOSI MO (WASHINGTON)


PARK HILLS MO (ST FRANCOIS)



3SE BONNE TERRE MO (ST FRANCOIS)


DESLOGE MO (ST FRANCOIS)

BISMARK MO (ST FRANCOIS)

4E FLAT RIVER MO (ST FRANCOIS)


WEINGARTEN MO (STE GENEVIEVE)

OATES MO (REYNOLDS)

ELLIS GROVE IL (RANDOLPH)


KASKASKIA IL (RANDOLPH)

BLACK MO (REYNOLDS)

2S CHESTER IL (RANDOLPH)

EVENT

FLOODING




FLOODING



FLOODING


FLOODING



FLOODING


FLOODING



FLOODING


FLOODING


FLOODING



FLOODING




FLOODING


0.88 INCH HAIL

0.88 INCH HAIL

0.75 INCH HAIL

0.75 INCH HAIL

0.75 INCH HAIL

1.75 INCH HAIL

1.75 INCH HAIL

1.75 INCH HAIL

1.25 INCH HAIL

1.00 INCH HAIL


1.75 INCH HAIL

1.00 INCH HAIL

1.75 INCH HAIL


1.00 INCH HAIL

FUNNEL CLOUD

WIND DAMAGE

WIND DAMAGE

0.75 INCH HAIL

0.75 INCH HAIL

0.88 INCH HAIL

WIND DAMAGE


WIND DAMAGE



WIND DAMAGE

WIND DAMAGE


WIND DAMAGE



WIND DAMAGE


WIND DAMAGE

FUNNEL CLOUD

WIND DAMAGE


WIND DAMAGE

1.00 INCH HAIL

WIND DAMAGE


70 MPH WIND GUST

1.00 INCH HAIL

WIND DAMAGE

REMARKS

REPORTED BY KNOX CO. SHERIFFS DEPT. FIFTEEN HIGHWAYS CLOSED DUE TO FLOODING... ROUTES 11,C,J,F,V,K,M,TT,151 NORTH AND SOUTH OF EDINA. 7AM PRECIP AT EDINA WAS 5.69 INCHES.

NUMEROUS COUNTY ROADS FLOODED INCLUDING HIGHWAYS N/151/K. THESE WERE CLOSED, WITH MANY OTHERS UNDER WATER BUT PASSABLE.

PUBLIC REPORT. OBSERVER AT NOVELTY REPORTED 2.23 INCHES OF RAINFALL...

NUMEROUS COUNTY ROADS FLOODED. OBSERVER AT LA BELLE REPORTED 2.53 AT 7 AM, OBSERVER AT CANTON 4.00

NUMEROUS COUNTY ROADS FLOODED, INCLUDING HIGHWAYS 337, 249, AND HIGHWAY 419.

NUMEROUS COUNTY ROADS FLOODED AND CLOSED. SEVERAL LOW WATER CROSSINGS ALSO CLOSED THROUGHOUT THE COUNTY.

NUMEROUS COUNTY ROADS FLOODED, INCLUDING STATE ROUTES 67,267.

STREET FLOODING. COOP OBSERVER REPORTED 2.25 INCHES OF RAIN.

PUBLIC REPORT. COOP OBSERVER AT VIRDEN  REPORTED 3.22 INCHES OF RAIN. PUBLIC REPORT MEASURED 4.00 INCHES OF RAINFALL OVERNIGHT.

NUMEROUS COUNTY ROADS FLOODED. OBSERVER AT TROY REPORTED 2.42 IN. HIGHWAY 79 BETWEEN WINDFIELD AND OLD MONROE CLOSED DUE TO HIGH WATER. HIGHWAY Y AT EE AND HIGHWAY V CLOSED.

OBSERVER AT 7 AM REPORTED 3.03 INCHES OR RAINFALL.

REPORTED BY EMS.

NICKEL SIZED HAIL

REPORTED ON SOUTH SIDE OF CITY BY EMS.

DIME SIZED

REPORTED AT HIGHWAY 63 AND COUNTY ROAD AB

REPORTED BY COUNTY SHERIFF ALONG I-70.

REPORTED IN MILLERSBURG AND ALONG I-70

REPORTED RELAYED VIA EMS.

REPORTED BY SPOTTER.

QUARTER SIZE HAIL COVERING THE GROUND. REPORTED BY COUNTY SHERIFF.

REPORTED BY SPOTTER.

REPORTED BY RADIO STATION.

QUARTER TO GOLF BALL SIZED HAIL COVERING THE GROUND.



PUBLIC REPORT OF TWO FUNNEL CLOUDS.

POWER LINES DOWN REPORTED BY MADISON CO. EMA

POWER LINES DOWN. REPORTED BY EMS.

REPORTED AT I-44 IN CUBA FROM THE COUNTY SHERIFF

REPORTED BY HAM RADIO OPERATOR.

REPORTED BY SPOTTER.

TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN. REPORTED BY COUNTY SHERIFF.

TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN OVER MANY LOCATIONS ACROSS THE EASTERN AND SOUTHERN PORTION OF THE COUNTY.

LARGE TREE LIMBS DOWN.

NUMEROUS TREES DOWN ALONG HIGHWAY P. FUNNEL CLOUD ALSO SIGHTED.

NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN IN THE BISMARK AND PARK HILLS AREA. APPROX. 4000-5000 HOMES WITHOUT POWER.

NUMEROUS TREES AND TREES LIMBS DOWN NEAR HIGHWAY 67

DAMAGE TO ROOF OF CHURCH. RELAYED FROM KTVI.

REPORTED BY COUNTY SHERIFF.

TREES DOWN AND HOME HAD ROOF BLOWN OFF IN LEADINGTON.

TREES DOWN ACROSS SEVERAL ROADS.

REPORTED BY COUNTY SHERIFF.

NUMEROUS TREES UP TO 2 FEET IN DIAMETER DOWN. REPORTED BY EMS.

REPORTED BY ISP.

REPORTED BY COUNTY SHERIFF.

NUMEROUS TREES TWISTED AND SNAPPED OFF. REPORTED BY EMS.
 
Preliminary Storm Reports for May 13th:
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ST LOUIS MO
1132 AM CDT MON MAY 13 2002
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LOCATION (COUNTY)

MONTGOMERY CITY MO (MONTGOMERY)

GODFREY IL (MADISON)

WENTZVILLE MO (ST CHARLES)

GODFREY IL (MADISON)


(ST CHARLES MO)

GODFREY IL (MADISON)


ST. CHARLES MO (ST CHARLES)


BOSCHERTOWN MO (ST CHARLES)


GODFREY IL (MADISON)

1W STEELVILLE MO (CRAWFORD)

POTOSI MO (WASHINGTON)

ROCKY RIDGE MO (STE GENEVIEVE)



BELLEVIEW MO (IRON)

IRONTON MO (IRON)


FREDERICKTOWN MO (MADISON)

IRONTON MO (IRON)

PILOT KNOB MO (IRON)

FREDERICKTOWN MO (MADISON)

BLACK MO (REYNOLDS)

IRONTON MO (IRON)





LESTERVILLE MO (REYNOLDS)




CHESTER IL (RANDOLPH)

FREDERICKTOWN MO (MADISON)







STEELVILLE MO (CRAWFORD)

IRON MOUNTAIN MO (ST FRANCOIS)



5W WEINGARTEN MO (STE GENEVIEVE)


PACIFIC MO (FRANKLIN)


3W GASCONADE MO (GASCONADE)

2SW MT. STERLING MO (GASCONADE)

(MONROE IL)

BIGSPRING MO (MONTGOMERY)

MASCOUTAH IL (ST. CLAIR)


TROY MO (LINCOLN)


CHESTERFIELD MO (ST LOUIS)


WILDWOOD MO (ST LOUIS)

WOOD RIVER IL (MADISON)

SALEM IL (MARION)

VANDALIA IL (FAYETTE)

HILLSBORO IL (MONTGOMERY)


CHLORIDE MO (IRON)



LESTERVILLE MO (REYNOLDS)





CARLINVILLE IL (MACOUPIN)


CARROLLTON IL (GREENE)


1W IRONTON MO (IRON)




MARTHASVILLE MO (WARREN)
EVENT

FLOODING

FLOODING

FLOODING

FLOODING


FLOODING

FLOODING


FLOODING


FLOODING


WIND DAMAGE

0.88 INCH HAIL

0.88 INCH HAIL

WIND DAMAGE



WIND DAMAGE

WIND DAMAGE


WIND DAMAGE

FLOODING

FLOODING

FLOODING

FLOODING

FLOODING





FLOODING




FLOODING

FLOODING







FLOODING

FLOODING



FLOODING


FLOODING


FLOODING

FLOODING

FLOODING

FLOODING

FLOODING


FLOODING


FLOODING


FLOODING

FLOODING

FLOODING

FLOODING

FLOODING


FLOODING



FLOODING





FLOODING


FLOODING


FLOODING




FLOODING
REMARKS

MINOR STREET FLOODING

MINOR STREET FLOODING IN SEVERAL SUBDIVISIONS

MINOR STREET FLOODING

CREEK OUT OF BANKS AT HIGHWAYS 111 AND 67. STREET FLOODING. THIGH DEEP WATER IN LOCATIONS.

FLOODING AT THE ROTARY PARK.

STREET FLOODING. FLOODING REPORTED AT LEWIS AND CLARK COLLEGE.

MINOR STREET FLOODING AT ELM POINT ROAD, AND ON NORTH MAIN STREET.

MINOR STREET FLOODING IN BOSCHERTOWN TRAILER PARK

LARGE TREE DOWNED

REPORTED BY SEVERE WEATHER SPOTTERS.

REPORTED BY SEVERE WEATHER SPOTTERS.

NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES DOWNED. TREE DAMAGE ALSO REPORTED IN LAKE FOREST AND OTHER SCATTERED LOCATIONS ACROSS THE COUNTY.

TREES DOWNED.

TREES DOWNED THROUGHOUT COUNTY. SEVERAL COUNTY ROADS BLOCKED.

NUMEROUS TREES DOWNED THROUGHOUT COUNTY.

STREET FLOODING.

ROUTE V FLOODED

MINOR STREET FLOODING

ROUTE 49 WATER COVERED IN SPOTS.

REPORTS RECEIVED BETWEEN 920PM AND 1110 PM... SEVERE FLOODING IN IRONTON AND MANY OTHER PORTIONS ACROSS THE COUNTY. NUMEROUS CARS WASHED OFF ROADS.. WATER RESCUES IN PROGRESS. EMERGENCY SHELTERS OPENED.

ROUTE N CLOSED..HWY 49 CLOSED BETWEEN LESTERVILLE AND BLACK. ROUTE J BETWEEN OATES AND BLACK/HWY 21 BETWEEN CENTERVILLE AND ELLINGTON CLOSED IN SPOTS.

STREET FLOODING. NUMEROUS ROADS MENTIONED

BETWEEN 950 PM AND 1115 PM SEVERE AND EXTENSIVE FLOODING IN NUMEROUS LOCATIONS, ESPECIALLY FREDERICKTOWN AND MARQUAND. MANY ROADS IMPASSABLE. SEVERAL WATER RESCUES IN PROGRESS DUE TO VEHICLES WASHED OFF ROADS. SEVERAL PEOPLE STRANDED AND CANNOT BE REACHED. EVACUATIONS UNDERWAY IN FREDERICKTOWN.

SEVERAL CITY STREETS CLOSED DUE TO FLOODING

NUMEROUS COUNTY ROADS AND LOW WATER CROSSINGS FLOODED ACROSS SOUTHERN PART OF THE COUNTY

ROUTE C FLOODED AND CLOSED IN SPOTS/MOST CREEKS AND STREAMS FLOODED/OUT OF BANKS.

SEVERAL ROADS CLOSED IN PACIFIC..ROBERTSVILLE. CATAWISSA AND OTHERS

ROUTE N CLOSED SOUTH OF MORRISON

ROUTE D FLOODED

SOME COUNTY ROADS UNDER WATER

ROUTE K WATER COVERED

ROUTE 177 E OF MASCOUTAH WATER COVERED IN SPOTS..SEVERAL COUNTY ROADS FLOODED.

SEVERAL ROADS FLOODED AND CLOSED IN TROY, WINFIELD, AND SOUTHERN PORTIONS OF THE COUNTY.

CREVE COEUR MILL ROAD FLOODED IN SPOTS...CREEKS AND STREAMS OVER ROADS

NUMBER OF STREAMS AND CREEKS FLOODED.

CREEK FLOODED ONTO BIRCH ROAD NEAR RT 143

COUNTY ROADS WATER COVERED BUT NOT CLOSED.

SEVERAL COUNTY ROADS WERE FLOODED.

A NUMBER OF COUNTY ROADS CLOSED INCLUDING HWY 16 CLOSED IN SPOTS EAST OF IRVING

WINNEBAGO MOTOR HOME WAS SWEPT OFF LITTLE CREEK ROAD NEAR CHLORIDE AND HAD TO BE RESCUED. MOTOR HOME WAS DESTROYED.

EXTENSIVE FLOODING. HARDEST HIT..OATES BLACK LESTERVILLE AND CENTERVILLE. NUMEROUS ROADS WATER COVERED AND CLOSED.  SEVERAL WATER RESCUES UNDERWAY IN OATES AND CENTERVILLE DUE TO VEHICLES WASHED OFF ROADS.

NUMEROUS COUNTY ROADS FLOODED...SOME RURAL ROADS WASHED AWAY.

NUMEROUS COUNTY ROADS FLOODED AND CLOSED, ALONG WITH RURAL ROADS.

*** 1 DEAD *** 43 YEAR OLD MALE SWEPT AWAY AFTER TRYING TO CROSS SWOLLEN STOUTS CREEK TO GET TO HIS RESIDENCE ON THE OTHER SIDE OF STOUTS CREEK TO RETRIEVE DOGS.

FLOODING ON HWY 94, SIX INCHES OF WATER ON HWY.
 
Precipitation Reports for May 13th:
MORNING PRECIPITATION SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ST LOUIS MO
910 AM CDT MON MAY 13 2002

VALUES REPRESENT YESTERDAY'S PRECIPITATION OVER THE LAST 24 HOURS ENDING AT 7 AM
STATION ID

STL
COU
JEF
SUS
SET
FAM
UIN
CPS
PPQ
SAR
SLO

NORTHEAST MISSOURI...

CANM7
CDAM7
CLKM7
HNNM7
NLDM7
PMYM7
PRSM7
SVRM7
SLBM7
TAYM7
VNDM7

CENTRAL MISSOURI...

CALM7
UMCM7
FREM7
FTNM7
JWPM7
RIFM7
CMSM7

EAST CENTRAL MISSOURI...

ARNM7
EBYM7
FARM7
FESM7
HRNM7
PCFM7
PTSM7
RSEM7
UNNM7
WHGM7

ST. LOUIS METRONET...

UCTM7
OFLM7
TBKM7
COTM7
MELM7
WNTM7
TRYM7
CAGM7
BCHM7
SPEM7
STCM7
OFNM7
VLLM7
LSX
HTVM7
ANSM7
STPM7
GRTI2
ALNI2

SOUTHEAST MISSOURI...

ELLM7
FRDM7
FRZM7
ROZM7
SAZM7
SGNM7
SEEM7
SLLM7
VBRM7

WEST CENTRAL ILLINOIS...

GGGI2
PAYI2
PEYI2
PTTI2
UIN
QLDI2
RIPI2

CENTRAL ILLINOIS...

BTWI2
KNMI2
PTKI2
LCFI2
RAMI2
SLOI2
VNDI2

SOUTHWEST ILLINOIS...

ABRI2
CAYI2
CNTI2
CHSI2
EDWI2
GNFI2
GRVI2
HGHI2
HLBI2
IUKI2
JVLI2
MTOI2
MEDI2
NSHI2
REDI2
STEI2
WHLI2
STATION NAME

ST. LOUIS
COLUMBIA
JEFFERSON CITY
CHESTERFIELD
ST CHARLES
FARMINGTON
QUINCY
CAHOKIA
PITTSFIELD
SPARTA
SALEM



CANTON L/D20
CANNON DAM
CLARKSVILLE L/D
HANNIBAL MO
NEW LONDON
PALMYRA
PARIS
SAVERTON L/D
SHELBINA
TAYLOR 5SW
VANDALIA



CALIFORNIA
COLUMBIA U OF M
FREEDOM
FULTON
JEFFERSON CITY
RICH FOUNTAIN 3E
CHAMOIS



ARNOLD 1N
ELSBERRY 1S
FARMINGTON
FESTUS
HERMANN
PACIFIC 3S
POTOSI 5SW
ROSEBUD
UNION
WASHINGTON



UNIVERSITY CITY MO
2SSW O FALLON MO
4E ARNOLD MO
HARVESTER I MO
3E COTTLEVILLE
MEHLVILLE 1E
WENTZVILLE MO
TROY MO
WINFIELD L/D
BOSCHERTOWN
ST CHARLES MO
ST CHARLES 7SSW
O FALLON MO
VALLEY PARK MO
WELDON SPRING NWS
HARVESTER III MO
HERITAGE LANDING
ST PETERS
GRANITE CITY
MELVIN PRICE



ELLINGTON
FREDERICKTOWN
FREDERICKTOWN 1W
ROSELLE
SACO
STE GENEVIEVE
STEELVILLE 2N
SULLIVAN 3SE
VIBURNAM



GRIGGSVILLE
PAYSON
PERRY 6NW
PITTSFIELD
QUINCY
QUINCY L/D 21
RIPLEY



BROWNSTOWN 4SW
KIMMUNDY
PATOKA
LITCHFIELD
RAMSEY
SALEM IL
VANDALIA



ALBERS
CARLYLE
CENTRALIA
CHESTER
EDWARDSVILLE 2W
GREENFIELD
GREENVILLE 2NE
HILLSBORO
IUKA 12SW
JERSEYVILLE 2SW
MOUNT OLIVE 1E
MEDORA
NASHVILLE 4NE
RED BUD
SIU EDWARDSVILLE
WHITE HALL 1E
24 HOUR AMOUNT

2.51
1.60
1.57
2.25
2.83
2.66
0.02
1.24
0.79
1.67
1.22



0.29
0.15
0.80
0.29
0.15
0.93
0.30
0.70
0.11
0.08
0.52



0.93
0.89
0.90
1.64
1.74
0.92
1.50



1.33
1.78
2.90
1.54
2.08
1.36
2.10
1.75
1.49
1.76



1.57
1.37
1.81
1.94
1.87
1.25
1.90
1.70
2.64
3.06
2.55
2.35
3.27
1.40
2.46
2.05
2.11
1.51
2.02
2.20



3.01
5.50
5.67
4.57
3.61
2.90
2.56
1.80
2.90



0.32
0.06
0.07
0.90
0.02
0.52
0.10



2.66
2.74
3.22
3.24
3.04
1.77
2.95



1.91
1.70
1.84
3.70
3.23
1.40
3.30
0.81
3.44
2.40
1.80
2.83
1.72
2.10
1.95
2.52
0.78

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