August 31 Isolated Severe Weather Recap

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.

Severe Weather:
Here are a few "highlights" of the event, based on reports from storm spotters, local law enforcement/emergency management, and the public:

  • Quarter to half dollar size hail, 2 miles west of Alexandria Nebraska at 555 PM 
  • 4 inches of rain measured in Chester Nebraska, with some localized flooding reported across far southern Thayer County.

If you have any storm reports or storm photos, please feel free to share them with us. Just drop us an e-mail at: w-gid.webmaster@noaa.gov

 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.

 



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