Severe Thunderstorms of July 1, 2001

 

A sharp cold front and strong upper level trough combined to produce widespread severe weather across eastern New York and adjacent western New England on July 1, 2001.  A squall line developed across western New York during the morning and moved rapidly east producing some of the severe weather.  However, many of the severe storms developed out ahead of the squall line in a warm unstable airmass.

Local Storm Report for the Albany Forecast Area

On site storm survey of microburst damage in Gardiner Ulster, County, NY

Damage Pictures from Gardiner in Ulster County

     Truck crushed by tree      Downed trees     Large limb downed by high winds

Local storm report for the New York City Area

Local Storm Report for Boston Forecast Area

Local Storm Report for Binghamton Forecast Area

Local Storm Report for the Buffalo Forecast Area