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October 1995 Storm Data

OKLAHOMA, Western, Central, and Southeastern (OKC) OKZ004>053                                                October, 1995
Beckham County,                   02    0550CST                   0      0                  Hail (0.88)
Harmon County,                    02    0625CST                   0      0                  TSTM Wind (69)
  5 E Hollis (OK Mesonet)         
Hughes County,                      02    0650CST                   0      0                  Hail (0.88)
  1 SW Atwood                     
Jackson County,                   02    0650CST-                  0      0                  TSTM Wind (54)
  3 S Altus (OK Mesonet)          02    0700CST
Hughes County,                    02    0710CST                   0      0                  Hail (0.75)
  5 WSW Lamar                     
Caddo County,                     02    0732CST                   0      0                  Hail (0.88)
Logan County,                     02    0800CST                   0      0                  Hail (0.75)
  Cimarron City                   
Cleveland County,                 02    0839CST                   0      0     3            Lightning
                                  Morning thunderstorms produced hail as large as nickels in Erick in Beckham County, 1 mile
                                  southwest of Atwood in Hughes County, and in Cement in Caddo County.  Severe thunderstorm
                                  winds reached 79 mph at the Oklahoma Mesonet site 5 miles east of Hollis in Harmon County.
                                  In Moore in Cleveland County, lightning struck the steeple of a church at 21st Street and
                                  Janeway, igniting a fire.  The fire was extinguished by the fire department and damage was
                                  limited mainly to one room and some smoke damage. 
Bryan County,                     02    1150CST                   0      0     3            TSTM Wind
Pushmataha County,                02    1315CST                   0      0                  Hail (0.88)
  8 NE Moyers                     
                                  Mid-day severe thunderstorms in southeast Oklahoma produced hail as large as nickels 8
                                  miles east of Moyers in Pushmataha County.  In Calera in Bryan County, severe thunderstorm
                                  winds uprooted a 2-foot pecan tree and blew it over onto a car and storage shed.   
Seminole County,                  25    0550CST                   0      0                  Hail (1.00)
Pontotoc County,                  25    0600CST                   0      0                  Lightning
  2 SE Ada
                                  Dime to Nickel sized hail covered the ground in Seminole in Seminole County, with some
                                  hailstones reaching the size of quarters.  
                                  In Pontotoc County a woman was struck by lightning while driving on SH 3 2 miles southeast
                                  of Ada.  The lightning melted the antenna rod and put a large dent in the roof.  The woman
                                  reported feeling only a sore throat and slight headache after the incident.  
TEXAS, North (OKC) TXZ083>090                                                                                October 1995
Hardeman County,                  02    0700CST                   0      0                  TSTM Wind (52)
Knox County,                      02    0759CST                   0      0                  Hail (0.88)
                                  Morning thunderstorms produced hail as large as nickels in Gilliland in Knox County and
                                  severe thunderstorm winds up to 60 mph in Quanah in Hardeman County.