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Storm Damage From Frankfort Captured By WIBW-TV

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Pictures of storm damage in Frankfort as captured by WIBW-TV personnel. Trailers flipped after A severe thunderstorm rolled through #Frankfort KS this AM. From Justin Miller. pic.twitter.com/TokU5UWtVI — Collin Myers WIBW-TV (@CollinMyers_) October 2, 2014 Tree down on car, street filled with water in #Frankfort KS. Severe storm went through this AM. From Justin Miller pic.twitter.com/F2UAt7gOZJ — Collin Myers WIBW-TV ... Read More »

Severe Thunderstorms Cause Wind Damage; Road Detour

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Wind gusts to 60 mph, and hail ranging from .75 to one inch in diameter prompted thunderstorm warnings across the area Monday evening. Several locations reported downed tree limbs. Some power lines were also affected, with traffic detoured overnight northwest of Manhattan on U.S. Highway 24, from U.S. Highway 77 to Highway K-113. Read More »

Severe Weather Safety Tips

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STORM SAFETY INFORMATION A Severe weather watch has been issued by the National Weather Service in Topeka for a portion of Kansas. In the interest of public safety, the following safety information is provided. A watch means conditions are favorable for severe weather development within the watch area. There is no cause for immediate concern, and you may go about your ... Read More »

Washington County Storm Damage Report

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Washington, Palmer, Linn and Hanover seemed to take the brunt of the storm Saturday night as a severe thunderstorm and possibly a tornado did quite a bit of damage, especially in Washington. Sheriff Justin Cordry was driving down Main Street in Washington when the storm hit and he believes damage in Washington was caused by a tornado, maybe not on the ... Read More »

Gage County Storm report

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Gage County received more than five inches of rain Tuesday night, resulting in minor road damage as a thunderstorm system passed through the area.  Gage County Emergency Management Director Mark Meints reported minor crop damage from golf ball sized hail had also been reported. Winds stronger than 70 mph were reported in the Omaha area, knocking down trees and damaging ... Read More »