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                        SPC TORNADO AND SEVERE THUNDERSTORM REPORTS
               UNOFFICIAL - FOR OFFICIAL REPORTS, SEE PUBLICATION `STORM DATA`
                    FOR 06CST SAT MAY  2  2015 THRU 06CST SUN MAY  3  2015

      EVENT    LOCATION                       REMARKS                 (CST)TIME

  .....TORNADO REPORTS..........TORNADO REPORTS..........TORNADO REPORTS.....


     NONE REPORTED



 .......LRG HAIL/STRONG WIND RPTS.............LRG HAIL/STRONG WIND RPTS......

   9  WNDG  GRAND FORKS ND      (5 ESE GFK)                              2/1500
            AN 8 INCH DIAMETER CHERRY TREE SPLIT           FGF/LSR   4792 9707
                    APPROXIMATELY 4FT ABOV
   3  A150  8 NE SCHUYLER NE      (21 ENE OLU)                           2/1840
                                                           OAX/LSR   4153 9695
   4  A175  SCHUYLER NE      (15 E OLU)                                  2/1912
                                                           OAX/LSR   4145 9706
  13  G 52  4 E WILEY CO      (6 NNE LAA)                                2/1917
            SPOTTER NETWORK REPORT.                        PUB/LSR   381610265
  10  WNDG  3 WNW COOLIDGE AZ      (39 SE PHX)                           2/2000
            POWER POLE AND POWER LINES KNOCKED DOWN FROM   PSR/LSR   330011158
                    WINDS ESTIMATED 50 MPH
   8  A150  2 S MORSE BLUFF NE      (30 E OLU)                           2/2004
                                                           OAX/LSR   4140 9677
  11  WNDG  2 E BLUE GRASS MN      (41 WNW BRD)                          2/2046
            3 LARGE JACK PINES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS      FGF/LSR   4654 9497
                    FENCING. ONE FELL ONTO
  14  G 54  5 S HARLAN IA      (27 S DNS)                                3/0055
            AT THE HARLAN IOWA AIRPORT.                    OAX/LSR   4158 9534


 .........OTHER SEVERE REPORTS..................OTHER SEVERE REPORTS.........

  12  G 50  2 ESE GRAFTON ND      (30 SW HCO)                            2/1515
            PEAK WIND REPORTED AT THE GRAFTON AIRPORT      FGF/LSR   4840 9736
                    /KGAF/ AT 2115 UCT.
   1  A100  5 ESE ROSEBUD SD      (25 NNW VTN)                           2/1657
                                                           UNR/LSR   431910076
   2  A100  5 S PLATTE CENTER NE      (7 W OLU)                          2/1800
                                                           OAX/LSR   4147 9749
   5  A100  CLARKS NE      (29 WSW OLU)                                  2/1934
                                                           GID/LSR   4122 9784
   6  A100  7 E GREELEY NE      (40 N GRI)                               2/1945
            DELAYED REPORT FROM SATURDAY EVENING. PUBLIC   GID/LSR   4155 9839
                    REPORTS DIME TO A FEW
   7  A100  3 W TILDEN NE      (23 W OFK)                                2/2000
                                                           OAX/LSR   4204 9789





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