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Severe storms move through area
06/12/2018

(KNZA)--Severe storms moved through southeast Nebraska and northeast Kansas Monday evening.

The storms contained winds up to 60 miles an hour, hail and heavy rain.

A tornado was reported by a trained spotter near Table Rock in Pawnee County just after 8:00.

A tornado warning was issued for Brown and Nemaha Counties after a squall line was reported capable of producing both tornadoes and extensive straight line wind damage.

A brief tornado touchdown was reported northwest of Morrill just before 9:00, but was not confirmed by the National Weather Service.

Initial storm reports indicate tree damage throughout the area.

Nemaha County Emergency Management Director Todd Swart says the only damage report he received was some tin being blown off a shed in Baileyville.

 

 

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