Survey Information from June 13, 2024 Severe Weather (Updated June 27th) (2024)

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A widespread area of enhanced wind damage occurred in a 10 to 15 mile wide corridor, from northeast McLean County into southern Ford County. The strongest wind gusts were around 100 mph between Lexington and the Livingston County border, with 75-90 mph winds in the Colfax and Anchor areas. Over 30 high-tension electrical transmission towers were severely damaged by the wind. The downburst became more focused as it moved into Ford County.

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Evolution of severe storms

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8:25 pm CDT8:30 pm CDT8:36 pm CDT8:47 pm CDT

This sequence of radar images is focused over northeast McLean County, with reflectivity on the left half of the image, and storm relative velocity on the right half. Green velocity colors represent motion toward the radar (which is off to the lower left), and red colors show motion away from the radar.

At 8:25 pm, an east-west line of heavier showers had formed, and was feeding into the storms coming in from the west. It is believed this helped enhanced the incoming storms, and caused them to bring stronger winds to the surface. Some circulations began to appear, along with enhanced wind speeds. As the storms approached, no significant rotation was noted, and it is felt the damage in this area was caused by straight-line winds. However, by the time the storms passed Anchor (8:47 pm image), a tornadiccirculation had developed, and persisted into Ford County.

Storm Reports

Survey Information from June 13, 2024 Severe Weather (Updated June 27th) (10)

Preliminary Local Storm Report...SummaryNational Weather Service Lincoln IL927 PM CDT Fri Jun 14 2024..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON.....DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... ..REMARKS..0708 PM Tstm Wnd Dmg 4 S Beardstown 39.95N 90.44W06/13/2024 Cass IL Public Report from mPING: 1-inch tree limbs broken; Shingles blown off.0743 PM Tstm Wnd Dmg 2 NNW Groveland 40.63N 89.55W06/13/2024 Tazewell IL Emergency Mngr power line down near interchange of E Muller Rd and Springfield Rd.0745 PM Hail Mackinaw 40.53N 89.35W06/13/2024 M0.88 Inch Tazewell IL Emergency Mngr0756 PM Tstm Wnd Dmg Curran 39.74N 89.77W06/13/2024 Sangamon IL Public Power line down south of Curran.0800 PM Rain 1 E Creve Coeur 40.63N 89.58W06/13/2024 M1.00 Inch Tazewell IL Trained Spotter0805 PM Tstm Wnd Dmg Chillicothe 40.92N 89.48W06/13/2024 Peoria IL Public 3 inch tree limbs down.0805 PM Tstm Wnd Dmg 1 SSW Chillicothe 40.91N 89.50W06/13/2024 Peoria IL Emergency Mngr House fire due to power lines down.0808 PM Hail 2 S Grandview 39.79N 89.62W06/13/2024 M0.88 Inch Sangamon IL Broadcast Media0812 PM Hail 2 SW Kappa 40.65N 89.03W06/13/2024 M0.88 Inch McLean IL Emergency Mngr0815 PM Tstm Wnd Gst 3 SSE Metamora 40.75N 89.33W06/13/2024 M55 MPH Woodford IL Public0820 PM Tstm Wnd Gst 3 WNW Benson 40.86N 89.17W06/13/2024 E60 MPH Woodford IL Public0820 PM Tstm Wnd Gst 3 S Minonk 40.87N 89.03W06/13/2024 E60 MPH Woodford IL Public0825 PM Tstm Wnd Dmg 1 NNE Lexington 40.65N 88.77W06/13/2024 McLean IL Emergency Mngr Downed power lines north Lexington.0825 PM Tstm Wnd Dmg Lexington 40.64N 88.78W06/13/2024 McLean IL Emergency Mngr Tree down on home.0828 PM Flood 2 SW Rome 40.86N 89.52W06/13/2024 Peoria IL Public Report from mPING: Street/road flooding.0830 PM Tstm Wnd Gst 2 SSW Chenoa 40.72N 88.74W06/13/2024 E70 MPH McLean IL Trained Spotter Semi trailer turned over on Interstate 55 just south of Chenoa.0830 PM Tstm Wnd Gst Washington 40.70N 89.41W06/13/2024 E60 MPH Tazewell IL Public0833 PM Tstm Wnd Dmg Colfax 40.57N 88.62W06/13/2024 McLean IL Emergency Mngr Numerous large tree limbs down.0835 PM Tstm Wnd Dmg Colfax 40.56N 88.61W06/13/2024 McLean IL Emergency Mngr Large whole trees down on power lines.0836 PM Tstm Wnd Gst 5 ESE Chenoa 40.71N 88.62W06/13/2024 M71 MPH McLean IL Public A personal weather station measured a 71 mph wind gust 2 miles south of Weston.0839 PM Tstm Wnd Gst Cooksville 40.54N 88.72W06/13/2024 M65 MPH McLean IL Public Personal weather station KILCOOKS5.0840 PM Tstm Wnd Dmg 3 N Ellsworth 40.49N 88.72W06/13/2024 McLean IL Emergency Mngr Tree down across route 9 near the Cooksville-Ellsworth Blacktop.0840 PM Tstm Wnd Dmg 2 N Mackinaw 40.56N 89.36W06/13/2024 Tazewell IL Emergency Mngr Shingle and siding damage to a house. Time estimated by radar.0840 PM Tstm Wnd Gst 2 SSW Deer Creek 40.60N 89.35W06/13/2024 E65 MPH Tazewell IL Broadcast Media0844 PM Tstm Wnd Gst Anchor 40.57N 88.54W06/13/2024 E60 MPH McLean IL Emergency Mngr0845 PM Tstm Wnd Dmg Cropsey 40.61N 88.48W06/13/2024 McLean IL Public Numerous trees down. Time estimated.0845 PM Tstm Wnd Dmg Arrowsmith 40.45N 88.63W06/13/2024 McLean IL Emergency Mngr Numerous trees damaged, with one large tree down. Time estimated by radar.0850 PM Tstm Wnd Dmg Saybrook 40.43N 88.53W06/13/2024 McLean IL Broadcast Media Trees and powerlines down. Time estimated from radar.0900 PM Rain Wataga 41.03N 90.28W06/13/2024 M1.18 Inch Knox IL Trained Spotter SWOP observer reported 1.18 inches from 7pm to 9pm.0900 PM Tstm Wnd Dmg Foosland 40.36N 88.43W06/13/2024 Champaign IL Broadcast Media Tree down on powerlines. Time estimated from radar.0908 PM Tstm Wnd Dmg 1 N Fisher 40.33N 88.35W06/13/2024 Champaign IL Public Barn door blown off along route 47 north of town. Large tree branch broken off. Time estimated from radar.0910 PM Tstm Wnd Dmg Ludlow 40.39N 88.13W06/13/2024 Champaign IL Broadcast Media Tree blown down. Time estimated from radar.0911 PM Tstm Wnd Dmg Mahomet 40.20N 88.40W06/13/2024 Champaign IL Public Large trees down and power poles down. Time estimated from radar.0915 PM Tstm Wnd Dmg 1 NE Lake of the Woods 40.22N 88.35W06/13/2024 Champaign IL Broadcast Media Trees down. Time estimated from radar.0920 PM Tstm Wnd Dmg 1 NNE Rantoul 40.32N 88.15W06/13/2024 Champaign IL Public Large tree branch down. Time estimated from radar.0920 PM Tstm Wnd Dmg 5 SW Thomasboro 40.20N 88.27W06/13/2024 Champaign IL Public Power pole down on county road 2200N between 1000E and 1100E. Time estimated from radar.0925 PM Tstm Wnd Dmg Urbana 40.11N 88.20W06/13/2024 Champaign IL Public Two 50 foot trees snapped. Time estimated from radar.0930 PM Tstm Wnd Dmg 1 NE Saint Joseph 40.12N 88.03W06/13/2024 Champaign IL Public Large tree broken. Chimney blown off a farmhouse. Time estimated from radar.0945 PM Tstm Wnd Dmg 1 N Homer 40.06N 87.96W06/13/2024 Champaign IL Public Tree fell on a house, causing damage to the roof. Time estimated from radar.0953 PM Tstm Wnd Dmg 2 NE Urbana 40.14N 88.19W06/13/2024 Champaign IL Public Report from mPING: 1-inch tree limbs broken; Shingles blown off.1003 PM Flood Saint Joseph 40.11N 88.05W06/13/2024 Champaign IL Public Report from mPING: Street/road flooding.1010 PM Tstm Wnd Gst Potomac 40.31N 87.80W06/13/2024 M71 MPH Vermilion IL Broadcast Media Time estimated from radar.0700 AM Rain 2 ENE Urbana 40.11N 88.18W06/14/2024 M1.58 Inch Champaign IL Public 24 hour total from storms overnight.0937 AM Rain 3 N Towanda 40.60N 88.90W06/14/2024 M1.03 Inch McLean IL Public 24 hour total from storms last night.1100 AM Tstm Wnd Dmg Lexington 40.64N 88.78W06/14/2024 McLean IL Public 2 large trees down.
Survey Information from June 13, 2024 Severe Weather (Updated June 27th) (2024)

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