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Displaying AFOS PIL: LSRFGF Received: 2012-06-11 21:33 UTC


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LSRFGF

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT...SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE EASTERN ND/GRAND FORKS ND
433 PM CDT MON JUN 11 2012

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0607 PM     TORNADO          2 SSW DRAYTON           48.54N 97.20W 
06/03/2012  F0               WALSH              ND   EMERGENCY MNGR  

            EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT REPORTED A BRIEF TORNADO TOUCHDOWN 
            ALONG I29 NEAR THE SOUTH DRAYTON EXIT. THE TORNADO THEN 
            TRACKED INTERMITTENTLY TO THE SOUTHEAST FOR ABOUT 3 MILES
            BEFORE CROSSING THE RED RIVER AROUND 3.5 SSE OF DRAYTON 
            BY 616 PM CDT. THE TORNADO SNAPPED TREE LIMBS AND 
            SCATTERED BRANCHES IN AT LEAST THREE SETS OF SHELTER 
            BELTS ALONG THIS ROUTE. MAXIMUM PATH WIDTH ESTIMATED TO 
            40 YARDS. PEAK WINDS ESTIMATED TO 80 MPH.

0616 PM     TORNADO          13 WNW STEPHEN          48.52N 97.14W 
06/03/2012                   MARSHALL           MN   NWS STORM SURVEY

            THIS TORNADO CONTINUED FROM NORTHEASTERN WALSH COUNTY 
            INTO MARSHALL COUNTY. IT TRACKED INTERMITTENTLY FOR ABOUT
            3 MORE MILES TO ABOUT 10 WNW OF STEPHEN BY 625 PM CDT. 
            SEVERAL TREE LIMBS WERE SNAPPED AND BRANCHES WERE 
            SCATTERED FROM AT LEAST TWO SHELTER BELTS ALONG THIS 
            PATH. MAXIMUM PATH WIDTH ESTIMATED TO 40 YARDS. PEAK 
            WINDS ESTIMATED TO 80 MPH. 

0655 PM     HAIL             1 E OAKWOOD             48.43N 97.27W 
06/03/2012  E0.25 INCH       WALSH              ND   PUBLIC          

0702 PM     TORNADO          3 ENE WARSAW            48.31N 97.19W 
06/03/2012  F0               WALSH              ND   911 CALL CENTER 

            A PERSISTENT FUNNEL WAS VIEWED FROM EXIT 168 ON 
            INTERSTATE 29. INTERMITTENT TORNADO TOUCHDOWNS OCCURRED 
            ALONG ABOUT A 3 MILE PATH TO NEAR 5 E OF WARSAW BY 709 PM
            CDT. SEVERAL TREE LIMBS WERE SNAPPED AND BRANCHES 
            SCATTERED IN AT LEAST THREE SETS OF SHELTER BELTS ALONG 
            THIS PATH. MAXIMUM WIDTH ESTIMATED TO 25 YARDS AND PEAK 
            WINDS ESTIMATED TO 80 MPH.

0716 PM     TORNADO          2 NNW VALLEY CITY       46.95N 98.02W 
06/03/2012  F0               BARNES             ND   BROADCAST MEDIA 

            PUBLIC REPORT WITH PICTURES MADE VIA FACEBOOK TO LOCAL 
            MEDIA AND THEN WITH YOUTUBE VIDEO POST. TIME ESTIMATED 
            FROM RADAR. THE TORNADO APPEARS TO HAVE STARTED AS GROUND
            BASED DUSTDEVIL WHICH GREW VERTICALLY INTO A LANDSPOUT 
            BUT DISSIPATED AFTER ABOUT ONE MINUTE. PATH WAS TO THE 
            EAST FOR ABOUT ONE QUARTER MILE OVER OPEN FIELDS. MAXIMUM
            WIDTH ESTIMATED TO 20 YARDS AND PEAK WINDS ESTIMATED TO 
            65 MPH. 

0720 PM     TORNADO          5 WNW ALVARADO          48.22N 97.10W 
06/03/2012  F1               MARSHALL           MN   TRAINED SPOTTER 

            THIS TORNADO TRACKED TO THE EAST-SOUTHEAST FOR ABOUT 3 
            MILES TO AROUND 2 WSW OF ALVARADO BY 729 PM CDT. THE 
            TORNADO SNAPPED SEVERAL TREES AND LIMBS WHILE SCATTERING 
            BRANCHES FROM AT LEAST 3 SETS OF SHELTER BELTS ALONG ITS 
            PATH. SHINGLES WERE TORN FROM FARM BUILDINGS. MAXIMUM 
            PATH WIDTH ESTIMATED TO 40 YARDS AND PEAK WINDS ESTIMATED
            TO 90 MPH.

0750 PM     FUNNEL CLOUD     4 WNW TABOR             48.10N 96.94W 
06/03/2012                   POLK               MN   TRAINED SPOTTER 

            THE FUNNEL WAS PARTIALLY RAIN WRAPPED. 

0821 PM     HAIL             4 W RED LAKE FALLS      47.89N 96.36W 
06/03/2012  E0.75 INCH       RED LAKE           MN   LAW ENFORCEMENT 


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