Storm Event Summary

October 13, 2012

 
 
 
 

A broken line of thunderstorms produced wind damage and flooding across portions of southwestern Missouri and extreme southeastern Kansas Saturday evening. A National Weather Service storm survey concluded that an EF-0 tornado occurred on the extreme southwestern side of Willard. Reports of straight-line wind damage across the region were generally scattered in nature. Torrential rainfall did result in flash flooding across portions of Springfield and southern Greene County. Wilsons Creek and even the James River briefly flooded as locations saw over 3 inches of rainfall in just a couple of hours.


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