Tornado Touchdown: Interactive Storm Report Map and Timeline

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4:35AM - The severe weather is moving NE of the viewing area. We will still have some T-Storms in our NE counties through 7:00am but the main severe threat is over for our area.

2:34AM Jeremy Goodwin and Brian Dorman are on their way to Cloud County to survey the tornado damage from a tornado that ripped through Mitchell county early on Friday Morning.

1:55AM Washington County reporting heavy and moderate rain. Lots of lightning.

1:55AM Cloud County reporting damage in Jamestown. Also reporting lots of trees and power lines down. No injuries. No road closures.

1:44AM Mitchell County Sheriff reporting that Beloit has been hit the hardest in their county. They are reporitng several structures that are damage, one home in particular hard hit 3 miles north of Beloit. Several trees down and power out in much of Beloit.

1:41AM Republic County Sheriff reporting they have a reported tornado near Agenda, not able to confirm if it is on the ground. Sirens are being sounded at this time in Agenda.

1:35AM Cloud County Sheriffs Office reporting that there are several trees down, several broken limbs, areas without power. Scottsville area and Jamestown both hit the hardest.

1:15AM - Tornado Watch for Brown, Clay, Cloud, Jackson, Marshall, Nemaha, Pottawatomie, Republic, Riley, Washington until 7:00AM

12:19AM - Hanover - Golf Ball Size Hail

11:35PM - Tornado Warning for Jewell County until Midnight. A persistant wall cloud has been spotted across Osborn county with frequent brief touchdowns.
11:25PM - Thunderstorms have deveoloped and will continue overnight. Large hail seems to be the main threat with the potential to see baseball size hail and an isolated brief tornado is not out of the question.

10:21PM - TOP issues Severe Thunderstorm Watch for Brown, Clay, Cloud, Dickinson, Geary, Jackson, Jefferson, Marshall, Nemaha, Ottawa, Pottawatomie, Republic, Riley, Shawnee, Wabaunsee, Washington [KS] till 6:00 AM CDT

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