July 31 Severe Weather

July 31, 2008 1 Comment

Storm Reports coming in:

1316 58 4 W MORRISTOWN RICE MN 4422 9353 TREES DOWN NEAR HWY 60. (MPX)
1323 UNK 1 S MORRISTOWN RICE MN 4421 9344 LARGE HAY BALES BLOWN ACROSS ROAD. 18 INCH DIAMETER TREE BLOWN DOWN. (MPX)
1330 UNK OWATONNA STEELE MN 4409 9322 LARGE TREES DOWN IN CENTRAL PARK. MINOR STREET FLOODING. PORT-O-POTTY BLOWN 20 FEET. SMALL TO MEDIUM LIMBS ON GROUND…DEBRIS EVERYWHERE. (MPX)
1335 72 OWATONNA STEELE MN 4409 9322 AIRPORT. (MPX)
1336 UNK MANKATO BLUE EARTH MN 4417 9399 MN VIKINGS TRAINING CAMP TENTS AND CROWD CONTROL FENCES ALL BLOWN DOWN. 8 INCH DIAMETER LIMB OFF TREE…ON MSMU CAMPUS. SEVERAL OTHER 2 TO 4 INCH DIAMETER BRANCHES. POW (MPX)
1338 68 4 N MORRISTOWN RICE MN 4428 9344 CEDAR LAKE. (MPX)
1340 UNK 1 N MANCHESTER FREEBORN MN 4374 9345 8 INCH DIAMETER BRANCH DOWN. (MPX)
1352 84 1 W DODGE CENTER DODGE MN 4403 9287 (ARX)
1440 61 ROCHESTER OLMSTED MN 4401 9248 (ARX)

 

9:45 a.m. update: A Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Fillmore and Winona counties until 10:15 a.m..

8:35 a.m. update: A Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Dodge, Mower counties until 9:15 a.m., and a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Goodhue county until 9:30 a.m..

8:20 a.m. update: A Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Freeborn county until 9:15 a.m..

8:10 a.m. update: A Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Rice, Steele counties until 9:00 a.m..

8:00 a.m. update: A Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Faribault, Martin counties until 9:00 a.m.. 

7:50 a.m. update: A bow echo (line of severe storms) is moving quickly through west central Minnesota this morning. A Severe Thunderstorm Watch is in effect until noon for the area. This line of storms has produced some very powerful winds as it moved out of the eastern Dakotas into western Minnesota this morning. Winds to over 70 mph have been reported, taking trees straight down. This line is moving to the east southeast around 35 mph. While damaging winds will be the main threat, hail and torrential rain will also be likely, and we may be looking at some flash flooding concerns as well. Stay tuned….

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  1. Jason says:

    Randy & Ted, Great Job this morning bringing us the severe weather. You guys were truly the Leaders to Turn to for severe weather coverage. You are second to none here.

    Steph, nice job updating the blog while the guys were on the air.

    You showed today, and all Spring and Summer, why we should Turn to the Leader, KTTC for severe weather coverage.

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