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Daily reports for the entire US issued by the Storm Prediction Center*

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Total reports today: 49 -Tornado 24-Wind 25-Hail     
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12:01 am   LA  -   CADDO COUNTY - 2 MILES SW OF SHREVEPORT
WIND - 60 MPH A 60 MPH WIND GUST WAS MEASURED AT THE SHREVEPORT REGIONAL AIRPORT.
10:55 pm   TX  -   CHEROKEE COUNTY - 3 MILES SE OF RUSK
WIND - TREES WERE DOWN ALONG HIGHWAY 69 SOUTH NEAR COUNTY ROAD 1102.
8:37 pm   TX  -   RED RIVER COUNTY - 7 MILES N OF CLARKSVILLE
WIND - REPORTS OF TREE DOWN AND LOTS OF DEBRIS ON HWY 37 NORTH OF CLARKSVILLE. TREE OVER ROAD AT HWY 37 AND FM2120.
7:45 pm   OK  -   LE FLORE COUNTY - SPIRO
WIND - 60 MPH DELAYED REPORT. LOCAL RESIDENT REPORTED WIND GUSTS UP TO 60 MILES PER HOUR ON THE NORTH SIDE OF SPIRO.
7:27 pm   MO  -   NEWTON COUNTY - 2 MILES S OF FIDELITY
WIND - 58 MPH
7:15 pm   MO  -   JASPER COUNTY - 1 MILE NNE OF AIRPORT DRIVE
WIND - 62 MPH
7:10 pm   TX  -   FANNIN COUNTY - BAILEY
WIND - BARN BLOWN OVER ON CR 1552 IN BAILEY.
7:05 pm   MO  -   NEWTON COUNTY - 5 MILES SW OF IRON GATES
HAIL - 1.00"
7:00 pm   TX  -   FANNIN COUNTY - TRENTON
WIND - REPORT OF ROOF BLOWN OFF HOME NEAR TRENTON. TIME ESTIMATED.
7:00 pm   TX  -   TARRANT COUNTY - 2 MILES ENE OF ARLINGTON
WIND - NUMEROUS POWER LINES AND TREES DOWN NEAR PIONEER PKWY AND COLLINS. TIME ESTIMATED.
6:50 pm   OK  -   PITTSBURG COUNTY - 1 MILE ESE OF QUINTON
WIND - TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN EAST OF QUINTON ALONG MUSTANG ROAD. PUBLIC REPORT RELAYED VIA SOCIAL MEDIA.
6:50 pm   TX  -   TARRANT COUNTY - 3 MILES NW OF GRAND PRAIRIE
WIND - SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE TO AT LEAST 4 STRUCTURES NEAR 360 AND PARK ROW.
6:49 pm   OK  -   DELAWARE COUNTY - 5 MILES NNW OF GROVE
WIND - 63 MPH DELAYED REPORT... A PERSONAL WEATHER STATION ON THE WEST BANK OF THE NEOSHO RIVER ABOUT 3 MILES EAST OF COPELAND REPORTED A WIND GUST OF 63 MILES PER HOUR.
6:43 pm   KS  -   CHEROKEE COUNTY - 2 MILES W OF HALLOWELL
HAIL - 1.00" DIME TO QUARTER SIZE HAIL REPORTED BY EMERGENCY MANAGER.
6:38 pm   OK  -   BRYAN COUNTY - 2 MILES WNW OF UTICA
WIND - SHINGLES BLOWN OFF... ITEMS BLOWN AROUND... TRAMPOLINE BLEW AWAY. NO STRUCTURAL DAMAGE. TIME ESTIMATED BY RADAR.
6:30 pm   KS  -   LABETTE COUNTY - 1 MILE NW OF BARTLETT
HAIL - 1.25"
6:22 pm   KS  -   LABETTE COUNTY - EDNA
WIND - 60 MPH ACCOMPANIED BY HALF DOLLAR SIZE HAIL.
6:19 pm   KS  -   LABETTE COUNTY - EDNA
HAIL - 1.25" ACCOMPANIED BY 60 MPH WINDS.
6:15 pm   KS  -   LABETTE COUNTY - 1 MILE SW OF EDNA
HAIL - 1.50"
6:15 pm   OK  -   PITTSBURG COUNTY - MCALESTER
WIND - METAL AWNING DESTROYED. ALSO RELAYED NUMEROUS LARGE HAIL REPORTS ACROSS THE COUNTY WITH THE LARGEST STONES GOLF BALL SIZED.
6:12 pm   OK  -   PITTSBURG COUNTY - 3 MILES N OF MCALESTER
HAIL - 1.00"
5:57 pm   OK  -   PITTSBURG COUNTY - 4 MILES W OF HAYWOOD
HAIL - 1.00"
5:55 pm   TX  -   DENTON COUNTY - 2 MILES SSW OF KRUM
WIND - 65 MPH KRUM FIRE DEPT MEASURES 65MPH WIND GUST NEAR INTERSECTION OF 380 AND 156. TIME ESTIMATED.
5:53 pm   OK  -   PITTSBURG COUNTY - ARPELAR
HAIL - 1.75" PHOTO SEEN VIA FACEBOOK
5:50 pm   KS  -   MONTGOMERY COUNTY - TYRO
WIND - 60 MPH WINDS ACCOMPANIED BY QUARTER SIZE HAIL THAT COVERED THE GROUND.
5:50 pm   KS  -   MONTGOMERY COUNTY - TYRO
HAIL - 1.00" HAIL COVERED THE GROUND. ACCOMPANIED BY 60 MPH WINDS.
5:45 pm   OK  -   NOWATA COUNTY - WANN
HAIL - 1.50" PHOTO POSTED TO WASHINGTON COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT FACEBOOK PAGE. SIZE ESTIMATED FROM PHOTO AND TIME ESTIMATED FROM RADAR.
5:37 pm   TX  -   PARKER COUNTY - 3 MILES WSW OF COOL
WIND - 64 MPH MINERAL WELLS ASOS REPORTS GUST TO 56 KTS.
5:35 pm   OK  -   WASHINGTON COUNTY - COPAN
HAIL - 1.75"
5:30 pm   OK  -   WASHINGTON COUNTY - BARTLESVILLE
HAIL - 1.75"
4:45 pm   OK  -   OSAGE COUNTY - 1 MILE E OF RALSTON
HAIL - 1.00" REPORT RELAYED BY BROADCAST MEDIA VIA NWSCHAT.
4:33 pm   OK  -   OSAGE COUNTY - BURBANK
HAIL - 1.75" HAIL COVERED THE ROADS. SIZE WAS MOSTLY NICKEL AND QUARTER BUT THE LARGEST STONE WAS GOLF BALL SIZED. TIME ESTIMATED FROM RADAR.
4:25 pm   OK  -   LOGAN COUNTY - 1 MILE S OF GUTHRIE
HAIL - 1.25"
4:13 pm   KS  -   SEDGWICK COUNTY - WICHITA
WIND - 59 MPH ACCUWEATHER METEOROLOGIST MEASURED 59 MPH AT THE INTERSECTION OF CENTRAL AND WEST STREETS.
4:10 pm   KS  -   SEDGWICK COUNTY - WICHITA EISENHOWER NATI
WIND - 61 MPH .
3:48 pm   KS  -   SUMNER COUNTY - 4 MILES ESE OF NORWICH
WIND - POWER LINES DOWNED DUE TO HIGH WINDS.
2:50 pm   KS  -   BARBER COUNTY - HAZELTON
WIND - WIND GUST OF UNKNOWN INTENSITY DAMAGED A CARPORT NEAR HAZELTON... KS.
1:51 pm   OK  -   CUSTER COUNTY - 2 MILES S OF CLINTON
HAIL - 1.00"
1:28 pm   OK  -   WASHITA COUNTY - 4 MILES E OF BURNS FLAT
HAIL - 1.00"
1:25 pm   OK  -   WOODWARD COUNTY - 2 MILES WSW OF WOODWARD
WIND - 58 MPH WOODWARD MESONET.
1:08 pm   OK  -   HARPER COUNTY - 5 MILES SW OF BUFFALO
HAIL - 1.00"
1:06 pm   TX  -   POTTER COUNTY - 4 MILES SSW OF FRITCH
HAIL - 1.25" HAIL FELL ON TX HIGHWAY 136.
12:20 pm   TX  -   LIPSCOMB COUNTY - 3 MILES N OF FOLLETT
HAIL - 1.00" LIGHT ACCUMULATION REPORTED.
12:18 pm   TX  -   HEMPHILL COUNTY - GLAZIER
HAIL - 1.00" LIGHT ACCUMULATION OF HAIL.
12:05 pm   TX  -   HEMPHILL COUNTY - 1 MILE SW OF CANADIAN
HAIL - 1.00" ACCUMULATING HAIL UP TO AN INCH OR TWO DEEP.
12:05 pm   TX  -   HEMPHILL COUNTY - 1 MILE W OF CANADIAN
HAIL - 1.00" ACCUMULATING HAIL REPORTED... UP TO AN INCH OR TWO DEEP.
11:46 am   TX  -   ROBERTS COUNTY - 4 MILES NW OF MIAMI
HAIL - 1.75" SHERIFFS OFFICE REPORTED GOLF BALL HAIL WITH DAMAGE TO VEHICLE.
11:32 am   OK  -   BEAVER COUNTY - 2 MILES E OF BRYANS CORNER
HAIL - 1.00" SPOTTER REPORT OF QUARTER SIZE HAIL.
12:53 pm   OK  -   ELLIS COUNTY - 2 MILES SSW OF GAGE
WIND - 64 MPH GAGE AIRPORT.
* Time of reports. The Storm Prediction Center 24 hour daily reports are generated between 1200 UTC and 1159 UTC for a common time reference across the US. The actual "day" starts at noon UTC and ends at one minute before noon UTC the next day. For the PST timezone, the daily reports start at 4:00am and ends at 3:59am the following day. Reports sorted above reflect PST and start with the most recent.
All of the reports are considered preliminary and should be treated as such.