During the mid to late afternoon hours on Tuesday, August 31, 2010, a narrow corridor of strong to severe thunderstorms flared up across southeast sections of the NWS Hastings coverage area, generally along a line from near Hebron Nebraska through Osborne Kansas. These storms formed along a well-defined cold front that had already pushed through much of the area earlier in the day.
Here are a few "highlights" of the event, based on reports from storm spotters, local law enforcement/emergency management, and the public:
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CLICK THE IMAGE BELOW for an "interactive" map of PRELIMINARY storm reports across the NWS Hastings coverage area. Each icon on the map indicates the location of a report of hail, heavy rain, or a thunderstorm wind gust or wind damage report. These same reports from within the NWS Hastings area are also listed below:
This page was composed by the staff at the National Weather Service in Hastings, Nebraska.