...Severe Weather from 04/07/13...

Long Lived Thunderstorm Produces a Path of Large Hail From Southeast Kansas Into Missouri 04/07/13

A severe thunderstorm tracked from southeast Kansas into the Missouri Ozarks late Sunday afternoon and evening producing large hail. Reports from spotters indicated hail as large as tennis balls (2.50 inch diameter) from this storm. Some damage to windows and homes were reported. Here is a list of reports received yesterday:

Hail Reports

 

Time (CDT)     

Size (Inches) 

LocationCountyState
5:00 PMQUARTER (1.00)BRONSONBOURBONKS
5:07 PMGOLF BALL(1.75)UNIONTOWNBOURBONKS
5:25 PMTENNIS BALL (2.50)FORT SCOTTBOURBONKS
5:29 PMGOLF BALL(1.75)FORT SCOTTBOURBONKS
6:01 PMPING PONG BALL (1.50)2 S NEVADAVERNONMO
6:07 PMGOLF BALL(1.75)5 S NEVADAVERNONMO
6:12 PMGOLF BALL(1.75)SHELDONVERNONMO
6:35 PMGOLF BALL(1.75)JERICO SPRINGSCEDARMO
6:54 PMGOLF BALL(1.75)STOCKTONCEDARMO
7:15 PMPING PONG BALL (1.50)2 NW ALDRICHPOLKMO
7:22 PMQUARTER (1.00)FAIR PLAYPOLKMO
7:23 PMQUARTER (1.00)3 NW BOLIVARPOLKMO
7:30 PMGOLF BALL(1.75)BOLIVARPOLKMO
7:32 PMGOLF BALL(1.75)BOLIVARPOLKMO
7:50 PMGOLF BALL(1.75)HALF WAYPOLKMO
8:00 PMQUARTER(1.00)BUFFALODALLASMO
8:27 PMGOLF BALL(1.75)CONWAYLACLEDEMO
8:31 PMGOLF BALL(1.75)CONWAYLACLEDEMO
8:31 PMGOLF BALL(1.75)PHILLIPSBURGLACLEDEMO
8:45 PMQUARTER (1.00)LEBANONLACLEDEMO
9:05 PMNICKEL(0.88)DRY KNOBLACLEDEMO
9:13 PMNICKEL(0.88)FALCONLACLEDEMO

 

Here is a radar loop from late afternoon into the evening hours: