Skip to main content.

SPC Storm Reports



Yesterday's Reports      Today's Reports
Archived Reports
Month, Date or Year not selected

TODAY'S STORM REPORTS
Total reports today: 15 -Tornado 8-Wind 6-Hail     
Storm map

Report times reflect CDT

10:15 pm   IL  -   JACKSON COUNTY - CARBONDALE
HAIL - 1.00"
8:26 pm   OH  -   HAMILTON COUNTY - 4 MILES SW OF BLUE ASH
WIND - NUMEROUS LARGE BRANCHES KNOCKED DOWN.
7:53 pm   IN  -   DEARBORN COUNTY - BRIGHT
HAIL - 1.00"
7:48 pm   IN  -   POSEY COUNTY - WADESVILLE
HAIL - 1.00" QUARTER SIZE HAIL REPORTED. LOCAL POWER OUTAGES.
7:21 pm   IN  -   RIPLEY COUNTY - NAPOLEON
HAIL - 1.75"
7:13 pm   IN  -   DECATUR COUNTY - 5 MILES S OF GREENSBURG
HAIL - 1.75" HAIL COVERING GROUND.
7:13 pm   IN  -   BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY - 2 MILES ESE OF COLUMBUS
WIND - 60 MPH TREES DOWN ACROSS THE AREA. WINDS AROUND 50-60 MPH. PEA SIZED HAIL.
6:42 pm   IN  -   BROWN COUNTY - 2 MILES SW OF GNAW BONE
WIND - TREES DOWN IN THE AREA. TIME RADAR ESTIMATED.
6:30 pm   IN  -   BROWN COUNTY - 2 MILES NE OF STONE HEAD
WIND - TREE FELL ON HOUSE... MAN TRAPPED INSIDE. TREES DOWN ACROSS THE TOWNSHIP... BLOCKING ROADWAYS... DELAYING EMERGENCY RESPONDERS. TIME RADAR ESTIMATED.
6:12 pm   IN  -   MONROE COUNTY - 2 MILES NNW OF SMITHVILLE
WIND - POWER LINES DOWN. SOCIAL MEDIA REPORT. TIME RADAR ESTIMATED.
6:12 pm   IN  -   MONROE COUNTY - 4 MILES S OF WHITEHALL
WIND - A COUPLE OF TREES (APPROX. 1.5 FT DIAMETER) HAVE FALLEN DOWN. POWER HAS BEEN KNOCKED OUT. WINDS WERE ESTIMATED TO BE AROUND 50-60 MPH.
4:45 pm   IL  -   LAWRENCE COUNTY - BRIDGEPORT
WIND - TREES AND NUMEROUS POWER LINES BLOWN DOWN COUNTY-WIDE... INCLUDING BRIDGEPORT... LAWRENCEVILLE... SUMNER... AND CHAUNCEY...FROM 445 PM TO 515 PM
1:30 pm   MO  -   CAPE GIRARDEAU COUNTY - GORDONVILLE
HAIL - 1.00" BETWEEN GORDONVILLE AND JACKSON
4:00 pm   IL  -   RICHLAND COUNTY - CALHOUN
WIND - STRAIGHT LINE WINDS BLEW NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN COUNTY-WIDE... INCLUDING NOBLE... CALHOUN... AND CLAREMONT...FROM 400 PM TO 450 PM
* 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 CDT timezone, the daily reports start at 7:00am and ends at 6:59am the following day. Reports sorted above reflect CDT and start with the most recent. All reports are considered preliminary and should be treated as such.