Crazy weather continues to inundate Kansas this spring. Thursday’s storms brought heavy rain, large hail, high winds, funnel clouds and seven tornadoes to Kansas. According to the National Weather Service there were two tornadoes in Barton County. One was 3 miles north of Great Bend and another approximately one mile southwest of the city. Two were reported in Barber County, one in Pawnee County northwest of Larned, another south of the town of Seward in Stafford County A tornado one mile west of the airport in Salina did the most damage. The National Weather service reported hail across the state Thursday night. In addition, many communities reported street flooding and damage to trees. There were no injuries reported. It’s not behind us yet. Cleanup efforts are underway today in preparation for more severe weather is in the forecast.
Source: VNC News
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