...Microburst Hit The Osage Beach Area July 8th...

...SIGNIFICANT WIND DAMAGE IN THE OSAGE BEACH AREA ON TUESDAY JULY 8TH...


A NATIONAL WEATHER STORM DAMAGE SURVEY INDICATED THAT A MICROBURST
CAUSED STRAIGHT LINE WIND DAMAGE IN THE HURRICANE DECK AND OSAGE BEACH
AREAS OF CAMDEN COUNTY IN CENTRAL MISSOURI.
TIME OF OCCURRANCE WAS APPROXIMATELY 520 PM.

THE DAMAGE FROM THE MICROBURST OCCURRED FROM THE HURRICANE DECK
AREA EAST TO THE GRAND GLAIZE/OSAGE BEACH AIRPORT JUST EAST OF
HIGHWAY 54. THE MOST CONCENTRATED AREA OF DAMAGE OCCURRED ON LAZY
DAYS ROAD EAST OF HIGHWAY 54...JUST SOUTHEAST OF THE
AIRPORT...WHERE WINDS WERE ESTIMATED TO HAVE BEEN 80 TO 90 MPH.
THERE WERE AN ESTIMATED 20 DOCKS DAMAGED ALONG WITH AN UNSPECIFIED
NUMBER OF BOATS. TREE DAMAGE WAS EXTENSIVE IN SOME AREAS.
ISOLATED TREES WERE DOWNED ELSEWHERE OVER PORTIONS OF CAMDEN AND 
MILLER COUNTIES. 

 



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