Storm Events Database
|Begin Date||09/02/2010 14:30:00 CST-6|
|Begin Location||WHITE CITY|
|End Date||09/02/2010 14:30:00 CST-6|
|Deaths Direct/Indirect||0/0 (fatality details below, when available...)|
|Episode Narrative||Beginning in the late afternoon hours of Thursday, a batch of showers and thunderstorms developed in Ottawa and Cloud Counties behind a cold front. At the time, the storms were not severe, but as they moved east southeast, winds in excess of 60 mph and hail to the size of quarters were reported.
Storm reports consisted of quarter-sized hail near the towns of Eskridge, Carbondale, and Scranton in Wabaunsee and Osage Counties respectively. As the storm moved over southern Wabaunsee County at 4:00 PM, a localized microburst with estimated winds in excess of 70 mph caused extensive damage to trees, power lines, and small structures. One report from the town of Chalk in Wabaunsee County had two-foot diameter trees uprooted, bales of hay blown apart, power poles downed, and a dome on top of a silo collapsed.
All events for this episode:
|WHITE CITY||MORRIS CO.||KS||09/02/2010||14:30||CST-6||Hail||0.75 in.||0||0||0.00K||0.00K|
|CHALK MOUND||WABAUNSEE CO.||KS||09/02/2010||14:46||CST-6||Thunderstorm Wind||65 kts. EG||0||0||20.00K||0.00K|
|ESKRIDGE||WABAUNSEE CO.||KS||09/02/2010||15:05||CST-6||Hail||1.00 in.||0||0||0.00K||0.00K|
|BURLINGAME||OSAGE CO.||KS||09/02/2010||15:18||CST-6||Thunderstorm Wind||61 kts. EG||0||0||2.00K||0.00K|
|LYNDON POMONA LK ARP||OSAGE CO.||KS||09/02/2010||15:30||CST-6||Hail||1.00 in.||0||0||0.00K||0.00K|
|LYNDON POMONA LK ARP||OSAGE CO.||KS||09/02/2010||15:38||CST-6||Hail||1.00 in.||0||0||0.00K||0.00K|
|OTTAWA||FRANKLIN CO.||KS||09/02/2010||16:03||CST-6||Thunderstorm Wind||61 kts. EG||0||0||1.00K||0.00K|