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Morning storms led to warnings

(MSC News)--Despite severe weather, including tornado warnings issued Wednesday morning, no major damage is reported in the local area.

That word comes after preliminary assessments are made following the severe storm outbreak.

Tornado warnings were issued around 7:30 Wednesday morning for northwestern Jackson County and southern Nemaha County by the National Weather Service.

The tornado was radar indicated, according to Nemaha County officials, but no reports were made regarding an actual tornado sighting.

County Emergency Preparedness Director Russ Lierz told MSC News there’s no immediate word on any damage.

No damage has yet been reported from the storms that rolled across Jackson County.

Other areas of the immediate area were also impacted by Wednesday morning storms that led to the issuance of several severe thunderstorm warnings until 9:00.

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