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July 11, 2006
Mini-Supercell Tornado Outbreak




Tornado Warning:
BULLETIN - EAS ACTIVATION REQUESTED
TORNADO WARNING
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON OH
745 PM EDT TUE JUL 11 2006

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN WILMINGTON HAS ISSUED A

* TORNADO WARNING FOR...
  SOUTHEASTERN MONTGOMERY COUNTY IN WEST CENTRAL OHIO

* UNTIL 815 PM EDT

* AT 741 PM EDT...STORM SPOTTERS REPORTED A TORNADO NEAR THE DAYTON 
  MALL. RADAR INDICATED THAT THE TORNADO PRODUCING STORM WAS 
  LOCATED NEAR WOODBOURNE-HYDE PARKAND WAS NEARLY STATIONARY.

* LOCATIONS IMPACTED INCLUDE...
  KETTERING...

IN ADDITION...WOODBOURNE-HYDE PARK...RIVERSIDE...OVERLOOK-PAGE MANOR
AND CENTERVILLE ARE NEAR THE PATH OF THIS DANGEROUS THUNDERSTORM.

IF YOU ARE NEAR THE PATH OF THIS STORM...TAKE COVER NOW! MOVE TO AN
INTERIOR ROOM ON THE LOWEST FLOOR OF A STURDY BUILDING. MOBILE HOMES
AND VEHICLES SHOULD BE ABANDONED FOR MORE SUBSTANTIAL SHELTER. AVOID
WINDOWS!

$$



Local Storm Report:
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON OH
1237 AM EDT WED JUL 12 2006
 
..TIME..    ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE..    ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
             ..REMARKS..
 
730 PM      TORNADO          CARLISLE                39.58N  84.32W 
07/11/2006                   WARREN             OH   EMERGENCY MNGR  
 
            MINOR DAMAGE TO APPROX 10 HOUSES  
 
 
827 PM      TORNADO          2 E MILFORD             39.17N  84.24W 
07/11/2006                   CLERMONT           OH   LAW ENFORCEMENT 
 
 
840 PM      TSTM WND DMG     14 N LONDON             40.09N  83.44W 
07/11/2006                   MADISON            OH   LAW ENFORCEMENT 
 
            BARN AND TREE DAMAGE IN ROSEDALE  
 
 
848 PM      TORNADO          5 N WILMINGTON          39.52N  83.83W 
07/11/2006                   CLINTON            OH   COOP            
 
 
848 PM      TSTM WND DMG     CATAWBA                 40.00N  83.62W 
07/11/2006                   CLARK              OH   EMERGENCY MNGR  
 
            DAMAGE TO TRAILER AND HOUSES  
 
 
910 PM      TORNADO          10 NNW OWENSVILLE       39.26N  84.21W 
07/11/2006                   CLERMONT           OH   LAW ENFORCEMENT 
 
            OCCURRED IN GOSHEN  
 
 
917 PM      TSTM WND DMG     3 S MORROW              39.31N  84.13W 
07/11/2006                   WARREN             OH   EMERGENCY MNGR  
 
            DAMAGE OCCURRED FROM S OF MAINVILLE TO S OF MORROW TO 
            CLINTON CO LINE  
 
 
942 PM      TORNADO          8 E BLANCHESTER         39.29N  83.83W 
07/11/2006                   CLINTON            OH   TRAINED SPOTTER 
 
            REPORTS OF CROP DAMAGE 

$$



PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON OH
1202 PM EDT WED JUL 12 2006

...TWO TORNADOES CONFIRMED IN CARLISLE AND MIAMI TOWNSHIP...

AN EXAMINATION OF DAMAGE WAS CONDUCTED FROM A STORM WHICH OCCURRED
TUESDAY EVENING JULY 11 IN WARREN AND MONTGOMERY COUNTIES.

AN INITIAL TORNADO TOUCHDOWN OCCURRED IN NORTHWEST WARREN COUNTY IN
FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP. THE TORNADO CONTINUED ON A PATH OF APPROXIMATELY
4 TO 5 MILES INTO THE CITY OF CARLISLE ENDING NEAR ROUTE 123.
MINOR DAMAGE TO SEVERAL HOMES AND A BUSINESS OCCURRED ALONG WITH
NUMEROUS TREES UPROOTED AND KNOCKED DOWN. THE DAMAGE WAS
PREDOMINANTLY F0 WITH EVIDENCE OF F1 DAMAGE IN CARLISLE. F1 WINDS
SPEEDS ARE FROM 73 TO 112 MPH.

A SECOND TOUCHDOWN OCCURRED IN MIAMI TOWNSHIP IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY.
THIS TOUCHDOWN LASTED APPROXIMATELY THREE QUARTERS OF A MILE WITH
MINOR DAMAGE TO A STRIP MALL...A CARPET BUSINESS AND A
RESTAURANT/COMEDY CLUB. MINOR DAMAGE OCCURRED AT A MUNICIPAL BUS
OUTLET WITH A FEW TREES DOWNED ALSO. ONCE AGAIN THE DAMAGE WAS
PREDOMINANTLY F0 WITH EVIDENCE OF F1 DAMAGE.

$$

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...PRELIMINARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON OH
219 PM EDT WED JUL 12 2006

...F0 TORNADO CONFIRMED EAST OF MAINEVILLE...

EXAMINATION OF DAMAGE NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF SHAMROCK AND MORROW-
COZADDALE ROAD SUGGESTS THAT AN F0 BRIEFLY TOUCHED DOWN.
THE DAMAGE CONSISTED OF A METAL SHED THAT WAS DAMAGED ALONG WITH
NUMEROUS LARGE LIMBS DOWNED. F0 WIND SPEEDS ARE FROM 40 TO 72 MPH.

$$

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON OH
700 PM EDT WED JUL 12 2006

...DAMAGE SURVEY CONDUCTED IN CLARK COUNTY TODAY...

A DAMAGE SURVEY WAS CONDUCTED IN CLARK COUNTY THIS AFTERNOON. THE
DAMAGE OCCURRED FROM A STORM THAT MOVED THROUGH NORTHEAST CLARK
COUNTY TUESDAY EVENING AT AROUND 800 PM TO 815 PM. TWO LOCATIONS WERE
SURVEYED. BOTH OF THE LOCATIONS WERE SOUTHEAST OF CATAWBA IN PLEASANT
TOWNSHIP. DAMAGE OCCURRED TO A MOBILE HOME AT ONE LOCATION AND A POLE
BARN AT ANOTHER LOCATION. THE SURVEY SUGGESTED THAT STRAIGHT LINE
WINDS OF AROUND 70 MPH CAUSED THE DAMAGE.

$$

PARKER

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON OH
725 PM EDT WED JUL 12 2006

...FO TORNADO CONFIRMED IN NORTHERN MADISON COUNTY EAST OF
ROSEDALE...

A DAMAGE SURVEY WAS CONDUCTED IN MADISON COUNTY THIS AFTERNOON AND
AN FO TORNADO WAS CONFIRMED. THE TORNADO OCCURRED AT ABOUT 845
PM EDT TUESDAY EVENING...JULY 11TH...AT A LOCATION ABOUT 1 AND 1/2
MILES EAST OF ROSEDALE. THE PATH LENGTH WAS ABOUT 1 MILE AND THE
WIDTH WAS ABOUT 20 YARDS. A GARAGE OR BARN TYPE OF STRUCTURE WAS
HEAVILY DAMAGED...NUMEROUS TREES WERE DOWNED OR UPROOTED...AND SOME
MINOR STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO AT LEAST ONE HOME OCCURRED. THE DAMAGE
WAS CONSISTENT WITH A HIGH END F0. F0 WIND SPEEDS ARE FROM 40 TO 72
MPH.

$$

PARKER

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON OH
347 PM EDT THU JUL 13 2006

...ADDITIONAL DETAILS ON THE NORTHERN CLERMONT TORNADO...

THE INITIAL TOUCHDOWN OCCURRED TWO MILES EAST OF MILFORD IN AN OPEN
FIELD. A SECOND TOUCHDOWN OCCURRED JUST TO THE WEST OF GOSHEN.

NEAR GOSHEN...THERE WAS A TRAILER SHIFTED A FEW INCHES OFF ITS
FOUNDATION ON DEERFIELD ROAD. IN THE VICINITY OF PHOENIX DRIVE AND
SNIDER ROAD TWO BUSINESSES WERE DAMAGED. ONE BUSINESS HAD A
LARGE DOOR BLOWN OUT...A FEW TREES WERE DOWNED...AND SOME HEAVY
INVENTORY SHIFTED. THE SECOND BUSINESS HAD ITS ROOF LIFTED WITH
SHINGLES AND WATER DEPOSITED INSIDE BEFORE THE ROOF WAS RETURNED TO
ITS ORIGINAL POSITION. THE ABOVE DAMAGE WAS CLASSIFIED AS AN F0.

IN THE VICINITY OF ST. RT. 48 JUST SOUTH OF ST. RT. 28 THERE
WAS A PATH THREE-QUARTERS OF A MILE LONG AND 350 YARDS WIDE WITH
EXTENSIVE F1 DAMAGE. THIS DAMAGE CONSISTED OF NUMEROUS HEALTHY
TREES...UP TO THREE FEET IN DIAMETER...BROKEN OFF OR UPROOTED. THE
TREES FELL IN DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS. IN A CEMETERY...TOMBSTONES WERE
KNOCKED DOWN IN OPPOSITE DIRECTIONS. PROPERTY ACROSS THE STREET AND
ADJACENT TO THE CEMETERY HAD NUMEROUS LARGE HEALTHIER TREES DOWNED
IN ALL DIRECTIONS WITH STRUCTURE DAMAGE TO THE ROOFS. NUMEROUS LARGE
TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN IN THE VICINITY OF A POND. A ROOF WAS DAMAGED
TO A NEARBY GARAGE.

THE TORNADO THEN WEAKENED WITH SEVERAL DOWNED TREES LEADING UP TO
ST. RT. 48 WEST OF GOSHEN.

F1 DAMAGE RELATES TO 73 TO 112 MPH. F0 DAMAGE RELATES TO 40
TO 72 MPH.

$$

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