Damage Survey in McCurtain Co

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SHREVEPORT LA
645 PM CDT SAT SEP 23 2006

..DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FOR MCCURTAIN COUNTY OKLAHOMA

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN SHREVEPORT CONDUCTED A DAMAGE SURVEY
TODAY IN NORTHERN MCCURTAIN COUNTY OKLAHOMA. THIS WAS FOR A STORM
WHICH MOVED ACROSS PORTIONS OF SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA ON THE EVENING OF
SEPTEMBER 21.

DAMAGE WAS CONFINED MAINLY TO THE MOUNT HERMAN COMMUNITY ON THE
EAST SIDE OF ROUTE 259 IN THE NORTH CENTRAL PORTION OF THE COUNTY. A
TIN ROOF WAS ROLLED BACK ON A HAY STORAGE BUILDING IN THE COMMUNITY
AND A METAL ROOF OF A HOME WAS SLIGHTLY DAMAGED. SEVERAL TREES WERE
ALSO BLOWN OVER. A FEW TREES WERE BLOWN OVER 2 MILES TO THE
NORTHEAST IN THE SHERWOOD COMMUNITY. THIS DAMAGE WAS THE RESULT OF
STRAIGHT LINE WINDS. OTHER MINOR DAMAGE IN THE COUNTY WAS ISOLATED
IN THE FORM OF OF A TREE DOWN AT VARIOUS PLACES…MAINLY WEST OF
ROUTE 259.

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