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September 17, 2021

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Sep 17   8:40 pm  EDT
OKLAHOMA   -   HARPER COUNTY   -   1 MILE NORTH OF LAVERNE
 
WIND  -  72 mph  -    (Oklahoma City, OK)
 
Sep 17   8:00 pm  EDT
OKLAHOMA   -   HARPER COUNTY   -   3 MILES NORTH OF ROSSTON
 
WIND  -  86 mph  -    (Oklahoma City, OK)
 
Sep 17   8:00 pm  EDT
OKLAHOMA   -   HARPER COUNTY   -   3 MILES NORTH OF ROSSTON
 
WIND  -  BACK WINDOW BLOWN OUT OF VEHICLE BLOWN OUT AND MULTIPLE POWER LINES DOWNED.   (Oklahoma City, OK)
 
Sep 17   8:00 pm  EDT
OKLAHOMA   -   HARPER COUNTY   -   4 MILES NORTH OF ROSSTON
 
WIND  -  80 mph  -    (Oklahoma City, OK)
 
Sep 17   8:00 pm  EDT
OKLAHOMA   -   HARPER COUNTY   -   3 MILES NORTH OF ROSSTON
 
HAIL  -  1.00 in  -    (Oklahoma City, OK)
 
Sep 17   5:13 pm  EDT
MISSOURI   -   DEKALB COUNTY   -   3 MILES WEST-NORTHWEST OF STEWARTSVILLE
 
HAIL  -  1.00 in  -    (Kansas City/Pleasant Hill, MO)
 
Sep 17   12:58 pm  EDT
SOUTH DAKOTA   -   MINNEHAHA COUNTY   -   HUMBOLDT
 
WIND  -  SPOTTER SENT PICTURES OF MULTIPLE DAMAGED TREES AND BLOWN OVER UTILITY TRAILERS.   (Sioux Falls, SD)
 
Sep 17   12:58 pm  EDT
SOUTH DAKOTA   -   MINNEHAHA COUNTY   -   HUMBOLDT
 
WIND  -  SPOTTER SENT PICTURES OF THE ELEVATOR GRAIN BIN DAMAGE.   (Sioux Falls, SD)
 
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