storm Archive

  • Thunderstorms Cause Damage in Black Rock and Imboden Saturday Night

    At 9:14 pm Lawrence County was placed under a severe thunderstorm warning until 10:00 pm. At 9:22 pm, as the storm passed through Lawrence County, reports of power outages began to come into the Lawrence County Dispatch center in the Portia area. At 9:51 pm […]

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  • Winds Of 76 mph Cause Widespread Damage Across Lawrence County Early Wednesday

      Shortly after 3 am on Wednesday morning a strong front moved across Lawrence County, as it did the Lawrence County 911 center received numerous 911 calls beginning in the Lynn/Strawberry area moving through the county at an estimated 60-70 mph producing 76 mph recorded […]

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  • Storms Roll Across Lawrence County Early Monday Morning

    Storms moving across Lawrence County early Monday morning made for a challenging commute for some. Beginning around 1 am Lawrence County was placed under a Flash Flood Warning until 6 am as a line of storms moved through the area. Lawrence County Deputies reported hail […]

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  • Strong Storms Move through Lawrence County On Wednesday

    On Wednesday strong storms moved through Lawrence County. Several fallen trees were reported after strong winds accompanied heavy rain as it moved through. Several fire departments across the county were sent out to clear roadways and check for downed power lines. The Walnut Ridge Fire […]

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  • Storms Leave Widespread Damage In Lawrence County

    Shortly after noon on Thursday, storms in Lawrence County caused one death and created widespread damage across the entire county. Fire Departments were busy all afternoon with trees across power lines, trees on houses and damage caused by high winds. Unofficial stats from the National […]

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  • Storms Bring Much Needed Rain To Imboden Area On Thursday

    Around 6 pm on Thursday, a front moved through Lawrence County bringing some much needed rain to the area, but it may not be enough. Reports show that our area is some 12 to 15 inches below normal for the year when it comes to […]

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