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Wind damage & confirmed tornado Sunday, June 28

Storms developed quickly Sunday afternoon near a cold front which was slowly moving south. Very unstable air and wind shear caused the storms to rotate. We had many sightings of wall clouds and funnel clouds with these storms, one which touched down briefly 3 miles north-northeast of New Bloomfield at 5:47 PM. Debris was seen in the air with this tornado just west of HWY 54 but we have not recieved any reports of structural damage.

As storms developed at the Lake of the Ozarks, they strengthened quickly and a tornado warning was issued for Camden County at 6:21. We did receive any confirmed reports of a tornado touching down but had sightings of a funnel cloud near Camdenton. This photo was taken by Kevin Patrick of Camdenton.

The first report of severe weather came at 4:30 pm from Centralia where strong winds caused power lines and trees to come down. Fulton reported quarter size hail at 5:10 pm and at 5:25 pm half dollar size hail was reported 9 miles south of Fulton. A tornado touched down at 5:47 pm 3 miles NNE of New Bloomfield and at 6:13 pm Gasconade we received a report of 60 mph winds in Gasconade. Here are the storm reports.

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